Oceanis 37.1

Renewing a model is always a challenge, particularly when it is one of the best sellers on the market, which the BENETEAU Oceanis 38.1 was in its 9 years on the water. The brief Marc Lombard and Nauta Design were given contained two key features: Greater volume and improved performance! While retaining the ease of use that has been a hallmark of the Oceanis cruisers since they were first launched in 1986.

The Oceanis 37.1 interior is remarkable, something you would not guess from its elegant profile. The generous space in the saloon is nearly as large as a 40-footer!
The hull is flared with a rib that maintains fluid lines below water and achieves greater power and stability. It also improves the hull rigidity, controlling the weight well, and providing greater volume inside the bow.

The BENETEAU Oceanis 37.1 cruiser’s saloon is offset to port and has plenty of room with a sofa for relaxing and a comfortable table for six. It faces the lengthwise galley, where the crew can go about their business without getting in the way. The guests are not disturbed by the passageway to the fore cabin, where you will find a resting space with a breathtaking view of the horizon through the large portholes integrated into the hull side. In the two-bathroom version, the bed is positioned against the starboard hull and is of generous proportions. And what about the stern? It offers top levels of comfort. In the standard version, there is a king-size double bed, and a vast sail locker, aft of the bathroom, which can be accessed from inside or out. And we find good-sized bedding even in the 3-cabin version.

Iroko, a great alternative to teak coming from Africa, is used for the cockpit decking using a new assembly process, called Iro-Deck and perfected by BENETEAU. Each strip of plywood decking is made up of several laminated layers, which guarantee a uniform color, excellent sustainability, and rule out the risk of cracks, which are frequent on solid wood decks. The BENETEAU Oceanis 37.1 meets the challenges of the times extremely well, and this can also be seen in its engine power. For a cruising program on inland waterways, carbon-free sailing is popular, which is why the Oceanis 37.1 is available with an electric motor with a 12 kW pod and 10 kWh batteries. Enough for a cruising range of 2 hours at 5 knots between two charges, all emission-free and in eco-friendly silence.



Oceanis Yacht 60

With a hull length of almost 18 meters, the BENETEAU Oceanis Yacht 60 has an elegant and sophisticated silhouette while preserving its elegant design and excellent marine qualities. The new cockpit layout provides a sense of ease and security: access to the foredeck is at the same level via deep side decks. The two helm stations have been optimized so that all maneuvers can be carried out without leaving the helm. On-board systems such as Ship Control and Seanapps provide control of all onboard systems and allow for easy maintenance. The bimini is available in 2 configurations. The rigid version has a central section that slides forward to adjust the amount of cover in the cockpit. The crew will therefore always find the best compromise between protection and ventilation. The generous dinghy garage holds a 2.8 m jet-propelled tender. This tender is operated by an electric winch with a double wire system and guiding rollers to make it effortless to launch and raise.

The galley, positioned in the center of the boat, extends across the entire width: on the port side, storage and refrigeration; on the starboard side, the sink, the oven, and the dishwasher. There is substantial storage space and an innovative worktop layout. The large saloon where six people can seat around the table facing the relaxation area with its soft sofa. The curved chart table allows the navigator to participate in all the discussions on board. Available in a 3-cabin version with 3 heads, the BENETEAU Oceanis Yacht 60 comes with two different finishes: walnut as standard and light oak on option.  The luxurious and relaxing owner’s cabin offers privacy and a stunning view of the sea. The bed is only revealed on the starboard side once you have passed the private head, which is equipped with ample storage space.

Oceanis 34.1

The new BENETEAU Oceanis 34.1 sets a new standard of excellence for sailing yachts in the 35-foot range, a stunning combination of style, spirit, and comfort. Select between the standard equipment or an upgraded rigging package for more experienced sailors. Natural light provides a bright and airy interior with a choice between a two or three-cabin layout. A starboard L-shaped galley and large full-beam salon with two sofas and a large table for dining ensure maximum cruising comfort for up to 8 passengers.

Oceanis Yacht 54

The BENETEAU Oceanis Yacht 54 has been designed with the latest and greatest sailing technology to ensure your cruising experience is as easy and enjoyable as possible. A flush cockpit allows easy movement between the helm stations and the companionway. A spacious swim platform allows easy access to the sea and space to store an eight-foot inflatable tender.

A warm and modern interior welcomes you below deck, matched with the amenities and space found at home. Finding your favorite spot to relax will be a breeze with a dedicated chart table with lounge-style seating and a large bright saloon with windows strategically placed to provide views of the sea at every angle. Choose between a three-cabin, two-head, or a three-cabin, three-head layout.


The BENETEAU Oceanis 40.1 offers unrivaled deck and interior space, with zero concessions to performance. Those keen on performance can choose the First Line version, with a longer mast and a greater draft. The in-mast furling system and self-tacking jib will make maneuvering easier when short-handed. A classic mast with a semi-full batten mainsail is also available.

Feel at home onboard the BENETEAU 40.1 with several layout options available. Accommodate the entire family with cabin layouts ranging from two to four cabins. The large saloon offers a table complete with a removable bench across from the C-shaped galley and workspace. Above deck, a large swim platform can be lowered from the transom providing easy access to the sea.

Oceanis 30.1

The BENETEAU Oceanis 30.1 is as versatile as it gets, offering a great sailing experience from the high seas to lakes and rivers. The self-tacking jib and single winch make her easy to handle for beginners or short-handed sailing. Comfortably seat up to six guests around a fold-away table in the cockpit. Two double cabins each have berths running lengthwise with space in the saloon for two additional berths.

Oceanis 46.1

The BENETEAU Oceanis 46.1 offers a true balance between elegance, performance, and comfort. The spacious cockpit provides seating around a large table for eight guests comfortably or transforms into two reclining sun loungers. Feel at home with custom options and layouts to choose from, including selecting from three cabins, two heads, and up to five cabins, three heads.

Sailing the Oceanis 46.1 is extremely simple, with an in-mast furling system, self-tacking jib, and all the halyards and sheets brought aft to a single winch on either side of the cockpit. Enjoy that confident feeling you get from being perfectly in control of the situation even during the trickiest maneuvers

Oceanis 51.1

The BENETEAU Oceanis 51.1 features a new stepped hull and stylish deck plan. Offered with more than seven hundred combinations to customize from, she’s sure to impress every sailor. Large portholes fill the interior with natural lighting and offer views of the outside regardless of whether you’re sitting or standing. Spacious and well fitted, the U-shaped galley is a living space in its own right and is as pleasant under sail as it is at anchor. The owner’s cabin includes a wide island bed with an attached en-suite shower room and toilet. The BENETEAU Oceanis 51.1 is available in a three-cabin two head layout with options ranging up to five cabins three heads layouts.

Oceanis 38.1

The BENETEAU Oceanis 38.1 offers a wide range of options combining practical features, performance, and elegance. She is easy to sail shorthanded but has a large enough cockpit to accommodate a bigger crew. The Oceanis 38.1 is as close to perfect as you can get with 6 versions available to choose from with options ranging from cabins, heads and interior features. Gather around an L-shaped galley with space to comfortably seat eight people around the table.