2019 Miami International Boat Show – Feb 14th to 18th, 2018

SAILING TODAY BOAT REVIEW: Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 tested
January 7, 2019
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January 17, 2019

First 18

A large progressively chined hull gives you a taste of what is to come. The First 18 offers speed and sensations, whatever your programme. Stable and lightweight, with a planning hull and high-performance rigging, the First 18 makes the most of the slightest puff of wind to reach speeds that can equal it!  Stiff in a breeze, she is also perfectly at ease when the wind picks up. Certified for four people aboard, the First 18 handles easily with a crew of two or solo, even under spinnaker. Thanks to her lifting keel, you can beach wherever you want.

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First 27

The First 27 was designed for offshore racing by naval architect Sam Manuard, taking inspiration from his own racing experience. Featuring a hard chine as far as the stem, vertical sides, a good beam on the waterline and twin rudders, she has all the makings of a robust competitive boat. Her hull shape, carbon rig, and deep draught lead keel, combine to make here remarkably stable. With her keel taking up 50% of her weight, she is an incredibly powerful yacht. The cockpit is spacious and comfortable, and has two foot chocks over the full length. With a manually operated hydraulic jack to lift the keel, the First 27 is easy to tow.


Oceanis 38.1

The Oceanis 38.1’s chined hull offers particularly surprising cruising comfort. Good and taut to aft and low on the water, the rigidity under sail of this cruiser takes her further and faster, with exceptional stability. It is a joy to have two helm stations, a mainsail arch and a huge swim platform on a sailing yacht this size.

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Oceanis 41.1

The Oceanis 41.1 is designed with the mast slightly aft, her self-tacking jib and German sheet system built on a Finot Conq- designed chined hull guarantee impeccable balance in all wind conditions. Her cockpit is the largest of any boat her size. To further extend outdoor space, the transom once lowered, doubles as a swim platform offering direct access to the water. 

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Oceanis 46.1

The Oceanis 46.1 is based on a Finot-Conq plan, keeping the distinctive stepped hull of the 51.1. Apart from her performance at sea and the huge amount of space that set this boat apart, this architecture makes optimal use of the cockpit beam. An incredibly efficient deck plan makes her wonderfully safe and easy to use. The furling mast, self-tailing jib and all the halyards and sheets brought back to a single winch at each of the helm stations, make maneuvering simple when short-handed sailing.


Oceanis 51.1

One third of the Oceanis 51.1’s hull is now stepped. In addition to the aesthetics of this flared shape, the new hull creates additional interior space allowing for exciting new layouts on a boat this size. With emphasis on taut cruiser lines, she is a joy to move around and reassuringly safe. The spacious cockpit, many relaxation and sun bathing areas, as well as an aft swim platform, promise true comfort. 


Oceanis Yacht 62

The Oceanis Yacht 62 has a distinctive line recognized by all. Elegant on the water, she is encircled by large windows adding to her striking appearance.  Designed for impeccable balance and maneuverability, her chined hull, twin rudders and perfectly centered sail plan surpass all expectations. 



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Michael James
Michael James
Michael James has been with Murray Yacht Sales since 1995 and is in the the New Orleans office.

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