First unveiled to the world at the Cannes International Boat & Yacht Show, the new Oceanis
50 ushers in the fifth generation of the Oceanis range, with a new look and new, practical
and functional design solutions.
As with the Oceanis 58, the Oceanis 50 is designed by Nauta Design.
The Oceanis 58 and Oceanis 50 are the first production cruising yachts to be fitted with a fixed
sprayhood arch to carry the mainsail sheet track.
The arch offers many benefits, including:
– uncluttered companionway and forward coachroof for easier saloon access
– easier mainsail trimming
– rigid, secure fixing for sprayhood and bimini
– easier cockpit exit thanks to grabrails
The new Oceanis 50 achieves a generally more dynamic deck line without compromising the
ergonomics of the cockpit, helm positions and liferaft storage.
The design of this Oceanis features Alpi Mahogany wood
finishes, white padding for the mast foot bulkhead
and extensive use of premium materials, such as
stainless steel and leather.
The Oceanis 50 also offers LED navigation
lights and internal lighting and a 2-speed refrigeration compressor.
– 2 cabins – 2 heads compartments
– 3 cabins – 2 heads compartments
– 4 cabins – 4 heads compartments + optional bow cabin (Family)
– 5 cabins – 5 heads compartments + optional bow cabin (Family)
Key technical features (provisional):
Yacht designed by: Berret – Racoupeau
Interior designed by: Interior
design: Nauta Design
Hull length: 14.75m (Family 14.98m)
Max. beam: 4.49m (Family 4.82m)
Light displacement: 13,000kg (Family 12,680kg)
Optional shallow draught: 1.75m
Standard draught: 2.10m (Family 2.00m)
Mainsail area: 57.20m² (Family 63.10m²)
Genoa area: 130% 66.70m² (Family 105% 54.70m²)
Engine: 110hp Yanmar
Fuel capacity: 235 litres (Family 400 litres)
Freshwater capacity: 565 litres (Family 400 litres)
Certification category applied for: A
Recommended retail price (ex. VAT) at 7 July, 2009:
The Oceanis 50 will be presented at Nautic 2009 in Paris