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NEW Oceanis 30.1 to be unveiled at Boot Düsseldorf 2019

Small, but oh so big! Beneteau have just announced the newest and smallest addition to their cruising range, to be unveiled at Boot Düsseldorf 2019!

Join Flagstaff’s Graham Raspass at Boot Düsseldorf 2019 for VIP tours across all the latest models from Beneteau and AMEL, including the bold new EXCESS catamaran range.

The NEW Oceanis 30.1 boasts trailability and incredible living space for her size, and because Beneteau is committed to making sailing accessible to everyone, the NEW Oceanis 30.1 has a ready-to-sail price that beats other cruisers in her category.

NEW Oceanis 30.1

NEW Oceanis 30.1

The NEW Oceanis 30.1 design is based on the balance between reducing the boat’s size and increasing the deck and interior space by precious centimetres, which really makes the difference in terms of living space and comfort.

The Finot-Conq designed hull, characteristic of this new generation of Oceanis, ensures performance and easy sailing.

The NEW Oceanis 30.1 is a robust category B sailing yacht, fitted out for offshore sailing but also perfect for inland waterways and harbour cruising.

Your choice

Your choice

The NEW Oceanis 30.1 is available in a range of options to suit every type of sailor.

Thrill seekers will love the unusual tiller on twin rudders. Those looking for comfortable cruising will choose the twin steering wheels.

For beginners or for shorthanded sailing, the self-tailing jib and the single winch will be perfect. If you’re chasing performance, the NEW Oceanis 30.1 can be equipped with a large overlapping genoa and a furling code zero or an asymmetric spinnaker.

Go further

Go further

The NEW Oceanis 30.1 is equipped to take you wherever your sailing journey leads you.

It is equally suited to coastal cruising, days on the harbour and/or exploring inland waterways.

The lifting keel and rotating mast version opens up new destinations. With an overall size of under 9×3 metres and a light displacement of less than 4 tonnes, the NEW Oceanis 30.1 can be trailered without having to deal with an extra-wide load.

On deck

On deck

With a hard-chine hull and well-proportioned sides and coachroof, the NEW Oceanis 30.1 looks as stylish as her elder sisters. The clever deck plan moves the double steering wheels aft, freeing space on the cockpit, allowing generous seating for six.

In the version with a tiller lifting on anchoring, there is even more space available. The mainsail sheet is placed forward of the companionway, freeing up space while making manoeuvres safer. An aft step allows easy access to the water.

Below deck

Below deck

Below decks strategic design has maximised volume allowing two double cabins, a large shower room, double benches in the saloon that convert to berths and head room just shy of two metres midship.

At the foot of the companionway, the L-shaped galley has top and bottom storage, a 75-litre refrigerator and a real oven under the gas hob.

The gently sloping companionway (three steps at 33°) – a feature on all of the Oceanis range – adds another element of comfort.

Join Flagstaff’s Graham Raspass for the premiere of the NEW Oceanis 30.1 at Boot Düsseldorf 2019!

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