Beneteau releases new Oceanis 41.1 at the Nautic Boat Show in Paris

Beneteau Oceanis 41.1

Four years after Beneteau launched the Oceanis 41, 45 and 48, the company has chosen to unveil its new 41 foot cruiser at the Nautic boat show in Paris.

Beneteau says the new yacht is “true to the spirit of this earlier generation” and that the Oceanis 41.1 combines performance and a wide scope for personalisation.

Built on a chined hull for performance and space below, the company says you can quickly distinguish her from her counterparts by her Nauta Design line. With plenty of beam at the stern, she has a large cockpit for a boat this size.

The transom, closed to protect the boat during sailing, opens out automatically, converting into a big aft swimming platform. This affords 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 Architects. With the mast now further aft, the sail plan is now optimal and Beneteeau says she demonstrates outstanding stability under sail.

Equipped with the Performance Pack (German system and ‘carbon look’ set of sails), the Oceanis 41.1 promises comfortable sailing at good speeds for the most seasoned sailor.

A gently sloping companionway of just a few steps brings you into the interior by Nauta Design. This new choice between elegant and contemporary, light or dark oak and a cosy mahogany ambience illuminates the interior living spaces, the media release claims.

With a choice of woodwork, colours and lining materials, and also the number of cabins and shower rooms, the Oceanis 41.1 allows different crew configurations and lifestyles on board.

The generous space in the owner cabin is worthy of a much larger cruiser and enables you to face the bed forward.

For more details go to www.beneteau.co.

Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 Saloon

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