ANNAPOLIS, Md. – Beneteau America announces the launch of the Oceanis 41.1 at the upcoming Strictly Sail Miami boat show in February. The Oceanis 41.1 is available in two- and three-cabin layouts, each with one or two heads.
The midsize cruiser is the result of Beneteau’s effort to streamline a 41-footer from bow to stern and define a new standard of openness at this size. The Oceanis 41.1 comes with the hard chine that have become the trademark of Beneateau’s Oceanis range, which aim to reduce heeling angle and optimize living spaces inside.
The cockpit features twin helms with folding helm seats and is equipped with standard courtesy lights. The new deck joint has been redesigned in fiberglass for easier maintenance and is fitted with the navigation lights for a streamlined profile.
The flip-down swim platform, which offers nearly 22 square foot of access to the water, can be operated with optional electric controls. When folded, the platform conceals a folding step into the transom.
The salon is full beam and is equipped with a U-shape seating area with center table that can accommodate six to eight guests. It also includes a bench and chart table to port, opposite the dining area.
The Oceanis 41.1 is customizable with multiple layout configuration options, two interior wood colors and three padding options.
For more information, visit Beneteau.com.