Oceanis Yacht 62 - Elegant Innovation

Oceanis Yacht 62 - Elegant Innovation

Naval Architect : Finot-Conq Architects
Interior Design : Nauta Design

Key features

  • Pop-up galley in the aft cockpit including grill, sink and fridge
  • Dual helm stations, with carbon fibre steering wheels, duplicate 12” chartplotters, sailing instruments, engine and thruster controls
  • Full dodger and bimini with side enclosures
  • Alpi mahogany woodwork interior and ultra-leather upholstery
  • Natural light below from windows all around hull and cabin top
  • Large sunbaking areas on the fore deck, midships and in the cockpit
  • Incredible value

The new Beneteau Oceanis Yacht 62 is  elegance on water, with luxurious and spacious light-bathed interiors, smooth sailing lines, easily managed sail plans and attention to detail.

The electronically controlled hydraulic rear platform is designed like a terrace over the sea, and an outdoor galley allows you to entertain from the cockpit.

The first in a new range, this new world yacht designed by Beneteau stems from a collaboration between Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design and the Italian stylist Pierrangelo Andreani.

62 On Deck

62 On Deck

The Beneteau Oceanis Yacht 62 is a truly exceptional boat, with a clean, unencumbered deck and reassuring design that is balanced and manoeuvrable, a chined hull, twin rudders for better control and a perfectly balanced sail plan.

The new Oceanis Yacht 62 has a brand new deck plan and new silhouette, with six sun beds distributed between the stern of the yacht, cockpit, coachroof and foredeck.

The innovative bimini is like a hard top with an opening roof, so it can easily support solar panels or a wind turbine and you stay in control of the on-deck ambience.

The transom opens wide creating a rear platform designed like a terrace over the sea, accessed by a few safe steps located on either side of the dinghy garage. And the easily accessible dinghy garage makes launching so much easier.

The entire aft deck serves as a sunpad and hides a galley module below. An electrically activated grill, sink and prep station levitate out of the transom, allowing the chef to be a part of the action on board while preparing meals. Sink, drink holders, lights, chopping board, fridge … a brand new kind of outdoor luxury on board.

62 Interior

62 Interior

Six gentle steps lead down from the cockpit at a 45 degree angle with handrails on both sides. The elegant Oceanis Yacht 62 is all about clean lines, smooth surfaces and hidden functionality, especially in the galley where you’ll find hiding behind the cabinetry and counter a microwave, three-burner stove-oven combination, top and side-loading refrigeration, icemaker, wine cooler, dishwasher and twin sinks.

To port is a very large dinette with settees so wide they feel like loungers. The electric high-low folding table in the middle is built of solid wood, and to starboard is a straight-line galley, divided from the saloon by a console that holds a pop-up flatscreen TV and a bar.

The unique layout of the Oceanis Yacht 62 is designed around a spacious saloon and private cabins. The master stateroom forward offers a generous amount of real living space: plenty of room to move about the cabin without bumping into things, large hanging lockers and drawers, book shelves and reading lamps and a number of other smart treatments to make an overnight or an extended cruise a real joy.

Bathed in light by huge hull portholes, Beneteau have introduced personal choice with this new range. Add a touch of you to the glorious Oceanis Yacht 62, with impressive customisation options and materials and exclusive woodwork finishes.

BW Sailing Review

BW Sailing Review

The 62 signals the beginning of a new line for the French builder, adding the word ‘Yacht’ to the Oceanis name for models 60 feet and longer. Beneteau will also be offering more unique options with additional choices in layouts, amenities and finishes beyond what production builds generally provide.

The model is the work of Beneteau’s longtime design firm, Berret-Racoupeau and the hull was drawn from scratch. She has a sleek low profile, a signature dark hull stripe that minimises her freeboard and hides a dozen large hull ports and a rig so tall we could pick it out before we actually arrived in the harbour.

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BoatTest Review

BoatTest Review

Just recently introduced to the US and world markets, Beneteau has once again introduced an attractive, voluminous, easy-to-handle yacht.

The new Beneteau Oceanis 62 is state of the art with smooth sailing lines, generous accommodations on deck, and below, easily managed sail plan and attention to details, large and small.

She incorporates proven concepts from the rest of the successful 10-boat line of Oceanis yachts.

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YW Review

YW Review

You’ll notice the 62 has a certain Italian flair to it for a French yacht. This is perhaps because Oceanis Yachts’ co-designer and Beneteau’s new sailing director are both Italian. The design and styling were a collaborative effort between Berret Racoupeau and the Italian designer Pierangelo Andreani.

“In order to explore something beyond what we are currently doing, we went to a powerboat designer to find something new,” says Beneteau’s sailing yachts director, Gianguido Girotti (ex Grand Soleil and Dufour).

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