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NEW Oceanis 30.1

Smart. Easy. Comfort. Volume. These are the four founding design points of the smallest yacht in the Oceanis range by Beneteau, and together they make for an impressive little cruiser. Easy to sail but lively to helm, the robust Oceanis 30.1 opens up plenty of opportunities for families, short handed sailors, and cruisers alike. With unbeatibable living space for it’s size, and a focus on simplicity, this yacht is stylish, fast, and comes with a competitive ready-to-sail price. 

Key Features: 

  • Large benches seating six guests with fold away table
  • Rotating mast 
  • B&G Electronics pack
  • Tiller or twin steering wheels on twin rudders
  • Square-top mainsail
  • L-Shaped fitted galley
  • Lounge bench seats convert to extra berths
  • Aft cabin with twin berths
  • Gently sloping companionway
  • Self tacking jib
  • Chined hull construction
  • Lifting keel
  • Long hull portholes
Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau interior galley saloon
Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau interior Galley sink stove
Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau interior Cabin Twin bed master

Interior

This is a boat which truly maximises every inch of space. Two decent-sized cabins have berths which run length wise, and an open entry way which makes them feel particularly spacious. Two benches in the saloon give you an extra couple of berths, and a large shower room is divided into a marine toilet on one side and shower/washbasin on the other. There’s plenty of storage in the L-Shaped galley, which features a 75-litre refrigerator and also a real oven under the gas hob. Everything has it’s place and is smartly laid out for functionality as the designers intended. 

Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau Aft deck 6
Oceanis 30.1 Beneteau exterior dining
Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau Under sail deck

Exterior

The Oceanis 30.1 is stable to sail thanks to her chined construction which reduces heel, and a pleasure to be aboard with plenty of cockpit space for a boat of this size. The absence of a backstay frees up space out the back and ensures free movement on deck. With slender bow, optimised weight, stiff canvas and square-top mainsail, she performs well at all points of sail. The self-tailing jib and single winch make an easy sailing set up for beginners or short-handed sailors, and the spread of three sails includes large overlapping genoa, furling code zero, and asymmetric spinnaker. 

Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau navigation 10
Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau navigation 18
Oceanis 31.1 Beneteau navigation 5

Performance & Design

The self-tailing jib and single winch make an easy sailing set up for beginners or short-handed sailors, and the spread of three sails includes large overlapping genoa, furling code zero, and asymmetric spinnaker. With a stemhead and her hard-chine hull and well-proportioned sides and coachroof, the Oceanis 30.1 is stylish while meeting the double challenge of power and simple navigation.

Specifications

  • Naval architect: Finot-Conq
  • Interior design: Nauta Design
  • Length Over All: 9.53m
  • Hull Length: 8.99m
  • Hull Beam: 2.99m
  • Light Displacement: 3995kg
  • Fuel tank capacity: 130L
  • Fresh water capacity: 160L
  • Max Engine Power (Hp): 15HP
  • CE Certification: B6/C8/D10 in progress
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Oceanis 30.1 Beneteau layout

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