|draft||4’11" / 6’7" / 4’1"-8’4""|
|light displacement||12,046 lbs|
|designer (s)||Marc Lombard|
|water||61 + 34|
|displacement hull speed|
DESCRIPTION OF THE BOAT
Sleeker, lighter, with more sail area, and more space in the bow than its predecessor for the owner’s cabin, the Oceanis 34.1 promises unforgettable days out on the water. Once again, Marc Lombard and NAUTA Design have combined their efforts to produce a unique design concept, true to the spirit of the 7th generation Oceanis range.
NAVAL ARCHITECT : Marc Lombard
INTERIOR DESIGN : Nauta Design
The deck layout has been redesigned to ensure maximum comfort and safety when moving around the boat, taking the helm and for onboard living when at anchor. The ropes for the halyard and the furling system are forward of the cockpit while there is a winch on each side for the helmsman to set the foresails. The result is an uncluttered cockpit ideal for relaxation, with easy access to the aft swim platform.
The Nauta designers have created a chic, contemporary interior, in an elegant walnut or light oak finish. The deck hatches and multiple hull and roof portholes bring natural light into the boat and provide an excellent means of ventilation. In the saloon, the cleverly designed chart table with its folding top provides for two extra single berths.
A distinctive style, instantly recognisable even in the smallest details with layouts that prioritise comfort, user-friendliness, bright and airy interiors and ease of movement.
WHERE DESIGN MEETS DELIGHT
Life on board with family or friends new to sailing is the very essence of all new Oceanis designs. The Oceanis 34.1 is the perfect example of this approach, promising to provide safe cruising experiences aboard a boat that is easy to handle whoever is crewing it.
Inside, the boat has two or three double cabins and a head compartment. Whichever version is chosen, the boat interiors are bright and airy. The boat has four deck hatches, four hull portholes and long windows in the coamings so you can live the cruising experience to the full from the Oceanis saloon.
The uncluttered layout and roof-top position of the mainsheet provides a spacious cockpit that is ideal for relaxation whether under sail or at anchor. A stylish swim platform provides easy access to the sea.
Marc Lombard’s team has taken the design of the new-generation hulls one step further, adding extra width to a third of the bow for better close-hauled pitch control and a more stable helm when heeling. Less underwater area improves the boat’s performance and ensures pleasurable sailing in lightwind and medium conditions.