How can something this luxurious and well built, be so quick, so maneuverable?
It’s much easier when you have a firm grasp of the fundamentals, and Beneteau has had that form grasp for over 130 years. In that time, Beneteau has created then recreated a hull of unrivaled quickness and agility that you see today in the Oceanis 41, 45 and 48.
Designed by naval architects Finot-Conq and Associates, the Oceanis 41 has a sleek low profile cabin with long coachroof windows and a continuous chine over the length of the boat. Major highlights of this Oceanis include a luminous interior plus an ingenious full width, electrically operated transom enclosure that provides easy access to the sea.
On deck the maximum beam of the Oceanis 41 practically extends from midship to stern. This design allows the 41 to have a huge cockpit and also two good-sized cabins in the stern quarters as well as an engine room and a head.
With the Oceanis 41, the heart of the Oceanis range has a yacht of incomparable volume and a design with elegant taut lines.
Proudly built in Marion, South Carolina.
Interior layout and design : Nauta Design
Length Over All :
12,43 m - 40’9’’
Hull Length : 11,97 m - 39’3’’
Hull Beam : 4,20 m - 13’9’’
Light displacement : 8,777 kg - 19,350 lbs
Fuel tank capacity : 200 L - 53 US Gal
Fresh water capacity : 370 L - 98 US Gal
Max Engine Power (Hp) : 40 CV POD 60 - 40 HP POD 60
Propulsion : Sail Drive
CE Certification : A10/ B11/C14
With an innovative modular design and impressive sailing performances, the Beneteau 55 ft cruiser took top honors in Vancouver.
"Beneteau Magazine is now embarking. Published twice a year, as you page through it you will discover everything that has contributed to the success of our boats and our brand's reputation for over a hundred years. You will recognize a certain family spirit which is particularly important to us."