New Oceanis 30.1

15.01.2019
New Oceanis 30.1  The new Oceanis 30.1 is the smallest yacht in BENETEAU’s cruising range. It boasts trailability, incredible living space for her size and focuses on simplicity, yet she is as stylish and beautiful as ever. There’s a good chance that she will rank ‘best in class’ throughout her career. She will be unveiled in all her splendour at upcoming Boot Düsseldorf 2019.

Although it is rare to start with size when presenting boats, the new Oceanis 30.1 is an exception. Her design is based on the balance between reducing the boat’s size and increasing the deck and interior space by precious centimetres, which really make the difference in terms of living space and comfort.

With an overall size of under 9×3 metres and a light displacement of less than 4 tonnes, the Oceanis can be trailed by road by a professional, without having to deal with an extra-wide load. If you prefer to go to your sailing grounds by canals and rivers, the lifting keel and rotat-ing mast version opens limitless programmes. Perfect for sailing on lakes or for coastal hop-ping, this new Oceanis is, never theless, a robust category B sailing yacht, fitted out for off-shore sailing. The smallest of the range offers the biggest choice of programmes!

The Oceanis 30.1 has a hull designed by Finot-Conq and meets the performance and easy sailing challenge of the recent generation inaugurated in 2017 with the 51.1. She boasts a slender stem widening in a hard chine above the waterline, optimized weight, stiff canvas, and a square-top mainsail as standard, giving her everything she needs to perform well in all points of sailing. Thrill seekers and new sailors from the world of dinghy sailing will love the unusual tiller on twin rudders. Sailors who prefer comfort will choose the twin steering wheels. For beginners or for shorthanded sailing, the self-tailing jib and the single winch will be perfect. For high performance, Oceanis 30.1 can be equipped with an large overlapping genoa, a furling code zero or an asymmetric spinnaker (stemhead built into the hull design).