Beneteau Oceanis 37.1

Mosman 1/6th share


48 Months

The new 37 footer capitalizes on the innovations evident in the seventh generation Beneteau Oceanis cruisers, which it Launched in 2023 she is a NEW addtion to the highly successful and award winning Oceanis range.

Intelligently Designed

The Oceanis 37.1 interior is remarkable spacious, something you would not guess from its sleek elegant profile. The generous space in the saloon and foard owners berth is nearly as large as on a 40 footer!

The hull is flared thta is narrow below the water line, with a rib that maintains fluid lines below water and achieves greater performance and stability. It also improves the hull rigidity, controlling the weight well, and providing greater volume inside the hull.

Comfortable and Welcoming

The Oceanis 37.1 cruiser’s saloon is offset to port, and has plenty of room with a U shaped 6 seater lounge area for relaxing and a large dining table. It faces a large fully euipped lengthwise galley, seperate from the lounge area  

The guests are not disturbed by the passageway to the fore cabin, where you will find a resting space with a breathtaking view of the horizon through the large portholes in either side of the hull.

Amazing Accomodation

With a head, washbasin and integrated shower of generous proportions. Combined with two rear double size  berths  she sleeps 6 in comfort.

37.1 On Deck

The sensation of space continues around the central cockpit table in the vast and extremely open cockpit over 3 metres long to realx at anchor and enjoy is a must!

Once the helm seats have been lifted, the wide walkway opens onto a lowered bathing platform, guaranteeing easy access to and from the water and perfect for a pleasant swim.

Excellent Performance

The outdoor space is very open, with an absence of backstay – a layout used successfully on the Oceanis 30.1 and 34.1. The rig is tall  and promise excellent performance from the Oceanis 37.1. With an overlapping furling Jib and mainsail that drops down into a lazy bag, she is an easy boat to sail shorthanded, with all controls coming back to the cockpit. The large Dodger and Bimini provide shade and shelter from the elements.

The instruments, including a 7-inch plotter can be found on the starboard helm console.

Sustainable and Stylish

Iroko, a great alternative to teak coming from Africa, is used for the cockpit seating. Called Iro-Deck and perfected by BENETEAU, each of strip of plywood decking is made up of several laminated layers.

The Oceanis 37.1 is designed for cruising and this can also be seen in its engine a powerful 40HP sail drive.

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