The Oceanis 41.1 has a sail plan that guarantees excellent balance under sail for comfortable sailing a very good speeds. This boat has ample room below deck and through six large portholes, natural light floods the interior keeping below deck as bright as above. To further extend outdoor space, the transom once lowered, doubles as a swim platform offering direct access to the water.
$ 6,500.00 (Annual fee)
$ 10,900.00 (Annual fee)
Beneteau Oceanis 35.1
The chined hull stands for comfort and good balance under sail, making a particularly noteworthy entry into the market for this size of boat.
With twin rudders, a mast positioned further aft and optimized sail plans, the hulls delivers excellent performance and offers incredible stability underway. The 35.1 offers more space in the salon, greater privacy in the owner cabin, and maintains the visual perspective of her opening to the bow.
The new L-shaped galley makes a facing seat salon arrangement possible. The space has been well optimized to allow eight people to sit around the table.
$ (Annual fee)
$ 8,200.00 (Annual fee)
Beneteau Oceanis 38.1
The Oceanis 38.1’s chined hull offers particularly surprising cruising comfort. Good and taut to aft and low on the water, the rigidity under sail of this cruiser takes her further and faster, with exceptional stability. It is a joy to have two helm stations, a mainsail arch and a huge swim platform on a sailing yacht this size.
$ (Annual fee)
$ 9,600.00 (Annual fee)
The 33’s deck has a sleek, modern profile with large windows allowing for increased interior light. A fold-down swim platform extends the cockpit. Overall, the interior has a richer look and feel winning the Marlow Hunter 33 Boat of The Year (BOTY).
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