Oceanis 40.1 profile drawing
 

 

Model Oceanis 40.1
Builder Beneteau
Length Overall 42’3″
Load Waterline Length 38’5″
Beam 13’9″
Displacement 18,290 lbs
Draft(s) 5’6″ / 7’1″ / 7’5″
Ballast 4,930 lbs / 4,423 lbs / 4,417 lbs
Mast Height 60’2″ / 61’7″
Headroom 6’3″ to 6’7″
Designer Mark Lombard / Nauta Design
Layout 2 Cabins / 1 Head, 3 Cabins / 1 Head, 3 Cabins / 2 Heads, 4 Cabins / 2 Heads
CE Rating A10 / B10 / C10

 

 

 

DESCRIPTION OF THE BOAT

 

Following in the wake of her elder sister the Oceanis 51.1, this 40-foot cruiser, with a new hull design by Marc Lombard, offers unrivaled deck volume and interior space, and there are no concessions to performance. The 40 foot long Oceanis 40.1 is available in different layouts, draughts, and rigs, adapting to the most demanding sailor’s cruising requirements and satisfying their need for comfort and pleasure under sail.

 

NAVAL ARCHITECT: Marc Lombard

 

INTERIOR & DECK DESIGN: Nauta Design

 

 

 

EXTERIOR DESIGN

 

How can you enjoy life at anchor as much as sailing? With the innovative flared hull design of the Oceanis 40.1, and steps extending over a third of the bow, BENETEAU has broken new ground but made no concessions. The result is a hull that has true speed potential and is stiff under sail. Above the waterline, her deck plan and ultra-spacious interior by Nauta Design is unheard of on a boat this size. You cannot help feeling that you are aboard a 45 foot cruiser!

 

 

 

INTERIOR DESIGN

 

With a walnut or light oak ambiance, the styling of the interior by Italian designers Nauta, is remarkably bright and excels in the skillful arrangement of the living spaces. She is available with two, three or four cabins and a C-shaped galley on the starboard, offering lots of storage and a spacious worktop. On the port side, there is a large saloon with a table and a removable bench, and a chart table at the foot of the companionway provides ample working space. Everything is modular so that everyone can live the way they want and enjoy sailing wherever the wind takes them.

 

 

 

40 FEET OF SPACE!

 

The philosophy of the Oceanis 40.1 is to make sailing and mooring really pleasurable. The strengths of this cruiser, studied in detail by the architect Marc Lombard and the BENETEAU design office, are unrivaled space inside, a huge deck plan and the ability to clock up miles when you are cruising.