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A direct legacy of all the owner experiences of a range that needs no introduction, the new Oceanis 41.1 proves itself to be a distillation of performance and intelligence.

With the boldness of a ‘best in class’, the Oceanis 41.1 embarks on a new era of performance and personalisation. Built on a chined hull making her remarkably habitable, you can quickly distinguish her from her counterparts by a large stern accommodating the biggest cockpit on this size of boat.

The transom, closed to protect the boat during sailing, opens out automatically, converting into a huge aft swimming platform. This is an ingenious idea affording direct access to the sea without encroaching on the space and comfort of the helm stations.

On the Oceanis 41.1, sailing is comfortable and well-balanced thanks to a hull, designed by Finot Conq. With the mast now further aft, the sail plan is now optimal and she demonstrates outstanding speed and stability under sail.

With the minutest details lending themselves to personalisation, the lines of the Oceanis 41.1 interior are airy and harmonious in all layouts. With a choice of woodwork, colours and lining materials, not to mention the number of cabins and shower rooms, there has been a considerable leap forwards on the Oceanis 41.1 in the way it adapts to different crew configurations and lifestyles on board. The generous space in the owner cabin is worthy of a 45’ cruiser and enables you to face the bed forward.

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Boattest.com Review

The new Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 comes in both deep and shoal draft keel options. Offered in a two or three stateroom configuration with one or two heads, this intermediate-sized sailing yacht provides both the flexibility of day sailing or racing as well as intermediate to long distance cruising. By any measure, this is a 41’ (12 m) boat that offers the space and elbow room one would typically find in a more traditional sailing yacht of a much larger scale. The cockpit area is large and allows ease of movement accented by the dual helm stations. This spaciousness allows captain, crew and guests, at least six, if not more, room to move about without the all too familiar stepping on of hands and feet. Capable of extended transits, the Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 is designed for a wide range of applications at a competitive price.

Key Features
Available in two and three-cabin layouts, the choice of one or two heads
Hard chine stretches nearly the entire length of the hull, providing more room on deck and in the cabin, greater stability, and better performance
Rig and sail plan purposely moved a bit aft for better balance and easy sailing
German main sheet system simplifies line handling and keeps the cockpit clean
Six oversized hull windows
Spacious cockpit features twin helm stations, with folding helm seats and standard courtesy lights
Electrically operated full beam-width swim platform with concealed folding step integrates into transom
Large owner stateroom forward with plenty of storage space in hanging lockers, drawers and under bunk
L-shaped galley to port offers a large refrigerator space with access from both the top and the front and a deep stainless steel sink

Naval architect : Finot Conq
Interior design : Nauta Design
Length Over All : 12.43 m - 40'9"
Hull Length : 11.98 m - 39'4"
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 : 240 l - 63 US Gal
Max Engine Power (Hp) : 45 HP - 45 HP
Propulsion : Sail Drive
CE Certification : A8/B9/C14