The Beneteau Oceanis 41 is available with three different interior layouts, one of which has three cabins and two private heads. She also comes in both deep-draft and shoal-draft versions. Like many of Beneteau’s sailboats, twin wheels are standard and note in the image above the high arch for the mainsheet blocks which keeps the boom over 7′ (2.13 m) off the cockpit deck. She is powered by a 40-hp diesel and the Beneteau-exclusive “Dock & Go” joystick is optional.
From bow to stern, the Oceanis 41 has been carefully designed to appeal to a wide range of boaters. And, like most Beneteau sailboats, she has been designed for easy sail handling by a couple or even single-handed. By offering a layout option with three cabins and two heads she should appeal to families, couples, singles and even to entrepreneurs who want to put a boat into the charter trade.
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