|model year introduced||2020|
|draft||3.08’ - 7.66’ centerboard / 4.25’ Shoal Fin / 6.17’ Fin|
|max hp||21 hp|
|designer (s)||Pascal Conq / Nauta Design|
|displacement hull speed||7.14 kts|
Description of the Vessel
The Oceanis 30.1 is easy to sail, yet lively to helm and promises new experiences and thrills. This robust, little smart cruiser is small enough to trail, opening up endless possibilities for lake and river sailing, as well as coastal sailing and high sea adventures.
She is suited to everyone’s programs and all sailing grounds, with:
- Optional tiller for sailors who love thrills and excitement or who come from dinghy sailing or Twin steering wheels for a cruiser spirit and the feel of a small
- 4 Keel Options so you can sail, whatever kind of configuration you have in your favorite sailing area: Deep fixed keel or shallow draft fixed, performance lifting, or cruising keel centerboard
- Pivoting mast option to adapt to the constraints of inland waterways.
- Optional Rollerfurling Mainsail/Mast or Flat-top performance Mainsail/Traditional mast
With a stemhead, hard-chine hull, and well-proportioned sides and coachroof, the Oceanis 30.1 looks unashamedly like a small yacht. The Finot-Conq plan has met the double challenge of power and simple navigation. With her slender bow, optimized weight, and square-top mainsail, she performs well in all points of sail. For beginners or for short-handed sailing, the self-tacking jib and the single winch make her easy to handle. For performance, the Oceanis 30.1 has a large overlapping genoa, a furling code zero, and an asymmetric spinnaker. Aft, a step affords access to the sea via a lifting platform.
With a few extra inches won in strategic places, the Oceanis 30.1 differs from other boats, thanks to a headspace of 6.5 ft in all the areas inside where it is comfortable to stand. The two sizable double cabins each have berths running lengthwise and an open entryway making them feel particularly spacious. The two benches in the salon provide an additional place for two extra berths. The large shower room is divided into a marine toilet on one side and shower and washbasin on the other. At the foot of the gently sloping companionway, the L-shaped galley has top and bottom storage, a 20 US Gal refrigerator and a real oven under the gas hob stovetop.
NAVAL ARCHITECT: Jean-Marie Finot and Pascal Conq
INVENTIVENESS AND RELIABILITY
Both very close and complementary, in forty years, the Jean-Marie Finot and Pascal Conq duo has forged the reputation of designing perfectly balanced and admirably seaworthy boats. Whether racing yachts, cruisers or large yachts, each of their creations is marked with the stamp of inventiveness and reliability.
Reliability: Out of the eighteen 60-foot yachts designed and built for seven Vendée Globe races, the IMOCAs designed by Finot Conq took to the starting line 33 times and 24 of them made a name for themselves at the finish. Winning, in particular, four consecutive victories and two second places.
Innovation: Finot-Conq invented and perfected the following for the 60-foot Imocas:
- Twin rudders
- *Deck-mounted booms and sheer-mounted shrouds
- Vacuum-cured prepreg carbon and Nomex honeycomb hulls
- Composite keel fins
- The first canting keel to sail around the world
- Integral pivot composite canting keels
- Ballast system adapted to canting keels
- Twin asymmetrical daggerboards
- Wing masts with deck spreaders
- Lifting rudders in the event of a collision
Finot-Conq’s forty years of experience has been interspersed with many wins and awards. More than 40,000 boats built to their plans sail all over the world.
For the latest generation of Oceanis yachts between 31 and 45 feet, Finot-Conq was able to provide new solutions for evolving lifestyles on board, while rendering each craft even more powerful as it confronts the sea and the wind.