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New Beneteau Oceanis 35.1 and 38.1: two yachts, ten possiblilities

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New Beneteau Oceanis 35.1 and 38.1: two yachts, ten possiblilities
New Beneteau Oceanis 35.1 and 38.1: two yachts, ten possiblilities

Beneteau will show the two new cruising yachts of the Oceanis range this autumn. These are a step further in customization, with a view to satisfying the increasingly pronounced desire among owners for a personalized organization of their lifestyle on board. The Oceanis 35.1 and 38.1 interiors have been rethought and their exteriors redesigned, delivering significant developments and offering a choice of ten versions in all.

PERFORMANCE: FIRST AND FOREMOST AN OCEANIS
Loyal to spirit of this earlier generation and in the tradition of the 41.1, the Oceanis 35.1 and 38.1 combine performance and comfort at sea.

The chined hull by the architects Finot-Conq stands for comfort and good balance under sail, making a particularly noteworthy entry into the market for this size of boat. With twin rudders, masts positioned further aft and optimized sail plans, the two hulls deliver excellent performance and offer incredible stability underway.

A redesigned deck plan with a strop on the coachroof gives the boat a sleeker profile while maintaining the cruising features of the cockpit completely free of manoeuvres under sail.

As for the mainsail arch, it is the ideal choice for a cockpit protected in all circumstances, since large sidings can be fitted with ease.

COMFORT ON BOARD: LIVING SPACES A PRIORITY

Thanks to this distinctive new chined hull accentuating their sleek profiles, the two Oceanises 35.1 and 38.1 boast an elegant design and layout by Nauta Design. For the Italian design team, the challenge was to multiply the living spaces in the saloon and offer greater privacy in the owner cabin, while maintaining the visual perspective that her opening to the bow offered in previous versions.

An L-shaped galley offering a more spacious saloon

A new L-shaped galley, located on the port side of the 45° companionway, makes a facing seat saloon arrangement possible. The space has been well optimised to allow eight people to sit around the table. For anyone who prefers a more contemporary version, a long galley layout is still available. In the same spirit, the chart table has been redesigned. Practical and effective, it folds away to leave more room in the saloon.

Separate owner cabin
Now accessed by a double door, the owner cabin offers wonderful privacy. This new separate space still has a pleasant forward view of the boat when the doors are open.

Tailor-made interior atmospheres
Light Oak or Mahogany Alpi: the two new Oceanises offer a choice between a contemporary light oak or more classic Mahogany Alpi atmosphere. Once the cabinetwork has been decided upon, a wide choice of linings and upholstery colours and materials adds the finishing personal touches. Designed to suit a variety of sailing programmes and increasingly different lifestyles on board, the Oceanis 35.1 and 38.1 is available respectively in 4 and 6 versions with varied layouts: number of cabins and bathrooms, modularity of the saloon, choice of galley, storage capacity, etc. In the tradition of the latest 41.1, these two new cruisers cleverly combine practical features, performance, and elegance on boat sizes where function generally outweighs personalisation: the Oceanis range continues to stand by its desire to offer a wide choice to demanding customers.

General Specifications
The Oceanis 35.1 is available in 4 different layouts

 

Length overall

 

10,45 m

34’3’’

Hull length

 

9,97 m

32’9’’

LWL

 

9,70 m

31’10’’

Hull beam

 

3,72 m

12’2’’

Lightweight

 

5533 kg

12,195 lbs

Deep draught

 

1,85 m

6’1’’

Deep ballast weight

 

1559 kg

3,436 lbs

Shallow draught

 

1,45 m

4’9’’

Shallow ballast weight

 

1825 kg

4,022 lbs

Air draught

 

15,45 m

50’8’’

Drifter draught

 

1,15 m / 2,30 m

3’9’’ / 7’7’’

Drifter ballast

 

2151 kg

4,741 lbs

Freshwater capacity (standard)

 

130 L

34 US Gal

Freshwater capacity (optional)

 

200 L

53 US Gal

Fuel capacity

 

130 L

34 US Gal

Engine power

 

20 CV - 30 CV

20 HP - 30 HP

 

STANDARD SAIL LAYO UT AND AREA

 

Mainsail

 

27,50 m²

297 sq/ft

Furling mainsail

 

23,00 m²

248 sq ft

Genoa (102 %)

 

26,72 m²

288 sq/ft

Asymmetric spinnaker

 

83,45 m²

898 sq/ft

Code 0

 

50,9 m²

548 sq/ft

Tacking jib/h3>

 

25,5 m²

274 sq/ft

I

 

12,45 m

40’10’’

J

 

4,29 m

14’1’’

P

 

12,20 m

40’

E

 

3,90 m

12’10’’

 

Oceanis 38.1

General Specifications

Length overall

 

11,50 m/h3>

37’9’’

Hull length

 

11,13 m

36’6’

LWL

 

10,72 m/h3>

35’2’’

Hull beam

 

3,99 m

13’1’’

Lightweight

 

6850 kg

15,102 lbs

Deep draught

 

2,08 m

6’10’’

Deep ballast weight

 

1790 kg

3,946 lbs

Shallow draught

 

1,64 m

5’5’’

Shallow ballast weight

 

2060 kg

4,542 lbs

Air draught

 

16,55 m

54’4’’

Drifter draught

 

1,26 m / 2,40 m

4’2’’ / 7’10’’

Drifter ballast

 

2393 kg

5,274 lbs

Freshwater capacity (standard)

 

130 L

34 US Gal

Freshwater capacity (optional)

 

200 L

53 US Gal

Fuel capacity

 

130 L

34 US Gal

Engine power

 

20 CV - 30 CV

20 HP - 30 HP

 

STANDARD SAIL LAYO UT AND AREA

 

Mainsail

 

32,70 m²

393 sq/ft

Furling mainsail

 

30,00 m²

323 sq/ft

Genoa (102 %)

 

33,00 m²

355 sq/ft

Asymmetric spinnaker

 

114 m²

1,227 sq/ft

Code 0

 

65 m²

700 sq/ft

Tacking jib/h3>

 

25 m²

269 sq/ft

I

 

14,01 m

46’

J

 

4,79 m

15’9’’

P

 

13,25 m

43’6’’

E

 

4,21 m

13’10’’