Description of the boat

With her sleek, modern lines, low-slung coachroof and stylish overhang, the largest yacht in the Oceanis range looks fast even at anchor. Below deck she offers enough volume, light and air for fully crewed long-range cruising, and her responsive helm, impressive performance under sail and general ease of use will make her the perfect boat for any scenerio. 

NAVAL ARCHITECT : Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design

INTERIOR DESIGN : Nauta Design

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Exterior design

True to the Oceanis spirit, her deck and cockpit layout are a harmonious blend of form and function, offering plenty of space for relaxing, entertaining, but also for spirited sailing. Her stylish mainsail arch keeps deck fittings out of the way and all lines conveniently lead back to the cockpit. Her foredeck offers ample lounging options, and her wide, electrically operated swim platform provides ideal access to the water. The cockpit is safe yet comfortable, and the twin helm stations offer perfect sightlines down the sidedecks, as well as unique control over the yacht's systems. 

Interior design

Bathed in natural light, her serene and comfortable interior will truly feel like a home away from home - even for larger crews. The modern feel is perfectly in tune with BENETEAU's avant-garde spirit, and offers layouts perfectly suited for any owner's needs. Her capacious storage ensures blue-water passage shall be undertaken in absolute safety and comfort. 

Bright and a joy to live on

Whether at sea or at anchor, the Oceanis 55.1 exemplifies the perfect modern-day cruiser - safe, stylish, comfortable and fast - and offers a way to the limitless possibilities just beyond the horizon. 

sUNBATHING AREA

Combined with the cockpit’s L-shaped seats, the two sun-loungers on the roof cleverly provide extra places to relax outside. At anchor, the huge aft platform lowers to provide a terrace at sea level. 

hull

Her hull stands out for its bold taut lines and its color can be personalized over and over again, making her an unprecedentedly stylish cruiser.

Winches at the helm 

The unique design centers all the winches at the helm station so that all manoeuvres can be carried out solo. This is very reassuring on a 55 foot sailing yacht. 

SPECIFICATIONS

Length overall :
55'1"
Hull Length :
52'6"
Hull Beam :
16'3"
Light displacement :
37.258 lbs
Fuel tank capacity :
106 / 159 Gal (option)
Fresh water capacity :
183 / 269 Gal (option)
Engine Power (Hp) :
80 HP / 110 HP (option)
Propulsion :
POD 120
CE Certification :
A12 / B14 / C16

Profiles

with self-tacking jib

with jib

  • CE certification A12/B14/C16.

  • B&G Electronics Pack.

  • Twin steering station: integrated multifunction helm consoles (storage, drink holder, grab rails, electronics, etc.) Helmsman's seat on full length of skirt, helmsman's seat for heeling.

  • Sail drive engine compatible with Dock&Go technology.

  • Flush deck hatches emphasizing the clear deck lines.

  • Drop-down transom, opening completely, converting into a swim platform (2,85 m x 0,77 m / 9'4" x 2'6"). Electrically-controlled opening. Natural solid wood decking on swim platform. 1 stainless steel swim ladder, removable - solid wood steps.

  • Master suite: very spacious with island bed - mounted on jacks - surrounded by shelves, storage and two large hanging lockers. A cleverly designed chest of drawers with sliding top creating an office space with specific housing for a laptop. Two large aft cabins.

  • A large convivial fully-fitted galley at the bottom of the companionway, with a side view of and close to the saloon: separating unit, large Kerrock worktop, double sink .

  • An ensuite bathroom in the owner suite with separate toilet, a second bathroom with separate shower at the stern.

  • Comfortable gently sloping 45° companionway.

  • An enormous modular saloon: rotating chart table seat with special retractable back increasing the open space around the table. A rotating extra seat forming an L increasing the number of seating during meals. A large sofa (2 m/ 6’7’’) faces this space and puts the finishing touch to the comfort of this space.

  • Coachroof surrounded by flush hatches and skylights for incredible comfort and brightness inside. Windows at the forward end of the coachroof for the master cabin.

  • Master suite: very spacious with island bed - mounted on jacks - surrounded by shelves, storage and two large hanging lockers. A cleverly designed chest of drawers with sliding top creating an office space with specific housing for a laptop. Two large aft cabins. Heads with marine toilet (option).

  • A large convivial fully-fitted galley at the bottom of the companionway, with a side view of and close to the saloon: separating unit, large Kerrock worktop, double sink.

  • An ensuite bathroom in the owner suite with separate toilet, two other bathrooms at the stern, on of which with shower.

  • Comfortable gently sloping 45° companionway.

  • An enormous modular saloon: rotating chart table seat with special retractable back increasing the open space around the table. A rotating extra seat forming an L increasing the number of seating during meals. A large sofa (2 m/ 6’7’’) faces this space and puts the finishing touch to the comfort of this space.

  • Coachroof surrounded by flush hatches and skylights for incredible comfort and brightness inside. Windows at the forward end of the coachroof for the master cabin.

  • Three symmetrical fore cabins: double bed and ensuite bathroom including shower, manual marine toilet, washbasin in grey Kerrock top, storage and mirror. Three double aft cabins, one of which with bunk beds. Heads with marine toilet (option).

  • A large convivial fully-fitted galley at the bottom of the companionway, with a side view of and close to the saloon: separating unit, large Kerrock worktop, double sink.

  • Three bathrooms.

  • Comfortable gently sloping 45° companionway.

  • An enormous modular saloon: rotating chart table seat with special retractable back increasing the open space around the table. A rotating extra seat forming an L increasing the number of seating during meals. A large sofa (2 m/ 6’7’’) faces this space and puts the finishing touch to the comfort of this space.

  • Coachroof surrounded by flush hatches and skylights for incredible comfort and brightness inside. Windows at the forward end of the coachroof for the master cabin.

PARTNERS

B&G Incidence Yanmar HARKEN HARDWARE

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OTHER MODELS

Oceanis 40.1

Oceanis 40.1

Following in the wake of her elder sister the Oceanis 46.1, this 40-foot cruiser, with a new hull design by Marc Lombard, offers unrivalled deck volume and interior space, with zero concessions to performance. The Oceanis 40.1 is available in different layouts, drafts and rig options, adapting to the most demanding sailor’s cruising requirements and satisfying their need for comfort and pleasure under sail.

Oceanis 30.1

Oceanis 30.1

  « SUMMER 2019 debut» The Oceanis 30.1 is easy to sail, yet lively to helm and promises new experiences and thrills. This robust, little smart cruiser is small enough to trail, opening up endless possibilities for lake and river sailing, as well as coastal sailing and high sea adventures.

Oceanis 46.1

Oceanis 46.1

The Oceanis 46.1 offers a true balance between elegance, performance, and comfort. Her stepped hull adds massive amounts of volume below with no compromise to seakeeping abilities. Her deck and cockpit layout make her an easy boat to sail doublehanded, and a large number of custom options and trims ensure she will be tailored to each sailor’s expectations and requirements.

Oceanis 51.1

Oceanis 51.1

With sleek lines, a new stepped hull and a stylish deck plan, the Oceanis 51.1 is the first of a new generation. Easy to shorthand, comfortable and smart, she offers more than seven hundred combinations of customizations, ensuring there is an Oceanis 51.1 for every sailor’s requirements.  

Oceanis 38.1

Oceanis 38.1

In the tradition of the latest 41.1, the Oceanis 38.1 cleverly combines practical features, performance, and elegance on a boat size where function generally outweighs personalization. The Oceanis range continues to stand by its desire to offer a wide range of options.

Oceanis 35.1

Oceanis 35.1

Loyal to spirit of this earlier generation and in the tradition of the 38.1, the Oceanis 35.1 combines performance and comfort at sea. The Oceanis 35.1 interiors have been rethought and their exteriors redesigned, delivering significant developments and offering a choice of four versions in all.

Oceanis 41.1

Oceanis 41.1

The Oceanis 41.1 sets the highest standard for mid-sized yachts. She offers the most in comfort, performance and customizable space at an even more competitive price.