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Simpson Marine Limited - Simpson Marine - Singapore (Marina Club)
+65 6274 3359
Available April 2022, Suited for Asia Comfort Cruising
As there is no one way to sail, and because everyone cruises at their own pace, this recent addition to the Oceanis line comes in several versions. Sailors keen on performance can choose the First Line version, with a longer mast and a greater draught. The in-mast furling system and self-tacking jib will make shorthanded manoeuvring easier. A standard mast for a semi full battened mainsail is also available.
In terms of accommodations, the Oceanis 40.1 comes in 4 different versions, with a choice of two basic types of woodwork as standard: walnut or floated oak. The many alternatives and options to customize your boat ensure there is an Oceanis 40.1 for each and every sailor.
Delivery possible in Asia such as Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand etc. List of options can be modified as delivery in 2022. Speak to our team to find out more about this Beneteau Oceanis 40.1.
Following in the wake of her elder sister the Oceanis 51.1, this 40-foot cruiser, with a new hull design by Marc Lombard, offers unrivalled deck volume and interior space, an there are no concessions to performance. The 12-metre long Oceanis 40.1 is available in different layouts, draughts and rigs, adapting to the most demanding sailor’s cruising requirements and satisfying their need for comfort and pleasure under sail.
How can you enjoy life at anchor as much as sailing? With the innovative flared hull design of the Oceanis 40.1, and steps extending over a third of the bow, 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!
With a walnut or light oak ambiance, the styling of the interior by Italian designers Nauta, is remarkably bright and excels in the skilful arrangement of the living spaces. She is available with two, three or four cabins and a C-shaped galley on the starboard, offering lots of storage and a spacious worktop. On the port side, there is a large saloon with a table and a removable bench, and a chart table at the foot of the companionway provides ample working space. Everything is modular, so that everyone can live the way they want and enjoy sailing wherever the wind takes them.
Port Side Helm Station + Starboard Helmstation: 1 Multifunction Touchscreen Zeus 7'' Wide Wireless (GPS, Chart Plotter, Card Reader - Navionics Silver Cartography
Included) ; Sensor(Log,Speedometer, Temperature); Wind Sensor (Windvane, Anenometer); Windex Windvane; Nac3 Autopilot + Control
Fixed V60 Vhf, Ais Receiver Function; Wr10 Wireless
Autopilot Remote Control ; PC Interface
Stainless Steel Cooker 2 Burner Oven/Grill On Gimbal
Front Opening For Icebox;
Compact Sink Cover Clay With Cutting Board
Microwave Oven 220V
Classical 9/10 anodised aluminium mast
Mainsail semi full batten
Lazy Jack and Lazy Bag in Natural colour
Rigging run back to cockpit(except boom topping lift)
2 Genoa winches (H46.2 STA)
Polyester bowsprit with integrated anchoring gear and bobstay (for Code 0 and
Symmetrical spinnaker rigging / Code 0 Genoa sheet tracks on side decks (pulls back the traveller on the self-trimming jib rail)
Furling Dacron genoa (to replace the standard self-tacking jib)