SMALL, YET OH SO BIG!
BENETEAU’s stylish new Oceanis 30.1 is the smallest yacht in the brand’s cruising range, boasting trailability, simplicity and lots of living space for her size.
The Oceanis 30.1 balances small size with optimal deck area and interior volume to make a difference in terms of living space and comfort.
At just under 9m long (9.53m overall) with a beam of 2.99m and a light displacement of less than four tonnes, the Oceanis can be trailed by road. A lifting keel and rotating mast version is also available.
The newest Oceanis is a robust category B sailing yacht, fitted out for offshore sailing. It features twin wheel or tiller-steer options for its twin rudders and the mast is unstayed for simplicity.
Headroom is 1.98m amidships and 1.85m in two good-sized double cabins with lengthwise berths. Two 2 metre benches in the saloon provide extra berths.
The large shower room is divided into a marine toilet on one side and shower and washbasin on the other. At the foot of the companionway, the L-shaped galley has generous storage, a 75-litre refrigerator and a real oven under the gas hob.
The Oceanis 30.1 boasts a slender stem widening in a hard chine above the waterline, optimised weight, stiff canvas, and a square-top mainsail as standard.
For higher performance, a large overlapping genoa, a furling code zero or an asymmetric spinnaker are available.