Living on board an Oceanis is a lifestyle in its own right. Her swiftness and safety find an echo in her elegance, comfort and a feeling of well-being. Each new Oceanis requires the passionate commitment of architects and designers, whose challenge it is to extend the limits of space, while increasing the craft’s performance at sea.
FINOT-CONQ ARCHITECTS: In forty years, Jean-Marie Finot and Pascal Conq have forged the reputation of designing perfectly balanced and admirably seaworthy yachts. For the latest generation of Oceanis yachts, they succeeded in providing new solutions for evolving lifestyles on board, while rendering each craft even more powerful as it confronts the sea and the wind.
Built on a chined hull making her remarkably habitable, you can quickly distinguish her from her counterparts. With plenty of beam at the stern, she has a large cockpit for a boat this size.
On the Oceanis 41.1, sailing is comfortable and well-balanced thanks to a hull, designed by Finot-Conq Architects. With the mast now further aft, the sail plan is now optimal, and she demonstrates outstanding stability under sail. The transom, closed to protect the boat during sailing, opens out automatically, converting into a huge aft swimming platform. This is an ingenious idea affording direct access to the sea without encroaching on the space and comfort of the helm stations.
Access to the Oceanis 41.1’s harmonious interior bathed in light is by a gently sloping companionway. It offers new features in each of its four accommodation versions. In the two-cabin version, the utility room for a dishwasher and storage, as well as a large cockpit locker affording access from inside are examples of details that mark the difference. With its double door, bed head facing forward and the choice of an ensuite bathroom, the master cabin is unquestionably the most attractive feature of the Oceanis 41.1.