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Oceanis 34.1

Designed for simplicity, the 7th generation Oceanis 34.1 handles beautifully and is a very reliable cruiser on offer at a great price point. Sleeker, lighter, more spacious, and with more sail area than her predecessor, the 34.1 comes in a range of options and packages to suite.

Design team Marc Lombard and NAUTA Design have combined their efforts to create a unique flared hull shape and long chine, which sits wide above the waterline allowing for maximum volume, performance and stability at anchor. Dip your toes into the sea from the aft transom or simply soak up the sun from numerous perches on deck, the Oceanis 34.1 promises unforgettable days on the water.


  • Flared hull design with slim profile and square-top mainsail
  • Optional 2 or 3 cabin layout
  • Optional Standard or First Line package
  • Shallow, deep or hydraulic swing-keel ballast options
  • Luxury opening transom and bathing platform
  • No backstay freeing up transom area
  • Ample cockpit seating and drop down table
  • Wide gangways for safe movement
  • Alpi walnut or white oak woodwork interior
  • Choice of interior upholstery
  • L-shaped galley
  • 21hp or 30hp Yanmar engine propeller shaft
  • B&G Electronics pack
  • Classic mast and Dacron self-tacking jib
  • 1 rigging winch on the coachroof
  • Self-tacking jib
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The 34.1 comes in an optional configuration of 3 cabin, 1 head or 2 cabin ,1 head with large separate shower area and the option of either a walnut or light oak finish. The saloon features a drop-leaf table, L-shaped galley and a chart table seat and lounge able to combine for another berth. The forward cabin has two generous hanging lockers. The interior has four deck hatches, four portholes and long side windows in the coamings that provide exceptional ventilation and light. The overall look is contemporary and chic, with a layout that prioritises practicality.

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The redesigned cockpit on the 34.1 no longer has a back stay and instead favours a clutter-free, spacious and safe layout synonymous with this new generation of cruisers. The lines for the halyard and the furling system run forward of the cockpit with a winch on either side easily accessed by the helmsman. The transom folds down to form a luxurious bathing platform while anchored with easy access to the ocean.

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Designed for easy and comfortable cruising with more sail area than her predecessor, while being even easier to use. The hull chine helps to reduce heel and the slim profile lends itself well to the First Line performance package option. A standard equipment package (Easy Sail) welcomes a conventional 31m² mainsail and 18m² self-tacking jib and is the perfect configuration for single handed sailing. Option for an in-mast furling system makes life even easier onboard.

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The design brief was to have maximum living space, with unmatched performance, and Marc Lombard’s team achieved this through adding extra width to a third of the bow for better close-hauled pitch control and a more stable helm when heeling. Her overall look is stylish and contemporary with a unique design that promises great livability. The flared hull design and long chine running aft ensures ample living space below deck and a high-quality cruising experience.

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The First Line package is a great option for thrill seekers wanting greater performance underway. The package offers a powerful square-top mainsail thanks to its rigidity and its volume at the masthead, combined with a FlatDeck genoa furler, the latter providing a larger genoa area than a traditional furler. This Performance version should preferably be combined with the standard deep-draught ballast or the hydraulic swing keel to make the most of the hull’s potential.

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"The new design from the French builder combines a family friendly cruiser with a budget friendly price which will be of interest to anyone serious about adventuring under sail." READ MORE


  • Naval architect: Marc LOMBARD Yacht Design
  • Interior design: Nauta Design
  • Length Over All: 10.77
  • Hull Length: 9.96
  • Hull Beam: 3.57
  • Light Displacement: 5470
  • Fuel tank capacity: 130L
  • Fresh water capacity: 231L
  • Max Engine Power (Hp): 30hp
  • CE Certification: A6/B8/C10
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