|Overall Length (L.O.A)||12,87 m||42’3’’|
|Hull length||11,99 m||39’4’’|
|Hull Beam||4,18 m||13’9’’|
|Deep draft (Cast iron)||2,17 m||7’1’’|
|Deep ballast weight||2 007 kg||4,423 lbs|
|Shallow draft (Cast iron)||1,68 m||5’6’’|
|Light displacement||7 985 kg||17,600 lbs|
|Fuel tank capacity (standard)||195 L||52 US Gal|
|Fresh water capacity (optional)||330 L||87 US Gal|
|Engine power (standard)||45 HP||45 HP|
|Furling mainsail (standard)||34,70 m²||373 sq ft|
|Self-tacking jib (standard)||26,90 m²||290 sq ft|
Double bed cabins :3
Twin beds cabins :1
Beths 8 + 2
How can you enjoy life at anchor as much as while sailing?
With the innovative flared hull design of the Oceanis 40.1, BENETEAU has broken new ground but made no concessions.
The result is a hull that has true speed potential and is stiff under sail.
Above the waterline, her deck plan and ultra-spacious interior by Nauta Design is unheard-of on a boat this size.
You cannot help feeling that you are aboard a 45 foot cruiser!
The styling of the interior by Italian designer Nauta, is remarkably bright and excels in the skillful arrangement of the living spaces.
She is available four cabins, and a C-shaped galley to the starboard offers an abundance of storage and a spacious countertop.
On the port side, there is a large salon with a table complete with a removable bench, and a chart table at the foot of the companionway provides ample working space.
Deck equipment: Bimini Top, Cockpit shower, Cockpit speakers, Cockpit table, Dinghy, Sprayhood, Steering wheel (2), Wind Instruments, Windlass
Rigging / Sails: Roller Main Sail, Roller furling Self Tacking Genoa
Electronics & facilities: Autopilot, Bluetooth, Bow Thruster, Depth sounder, Electric fridge, Funs in all cabins, GPS ploter, Gas oven, Log & speed, Radio, USB sockets in all cabins, VHF, Wind instruments, electric toilets, solar panel