Beneteau Oceanis 41

4.7 from 3 Reviews


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Flexibility, sea keeping ability and comfort

Jim Marshall  
Reviewed Sep 2016
With the hull design innovation that creates both space on deck and below along with solid performance, in a boat that can cruise comfortably for thousands of miles, the Oceanis 41.1 is set up for someone seeking value in an enjoyable, low-maintenance sailing yacht with the features of boats much larger...
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Beneteau’s revamp of this model is so welcome

Zuzana Prochazka  
Reviewed Sep 2016
What’s better than something that works? Something that works even better. With this in mind, Beneteau reviewed its Oceanis 41—a model at a very popular length—and with owner feedback and some clever engineering, launched the new and improved Beneteau Oceanis 41.1 at this year’s Miami Boat Show. The result is better performance and a more ergonomic interior, not to mention fun sailing, even in light winds...
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Redefines the cruiser-racer concept

John Kretschmer  
Reviewed Sep 2016
Beneteau introduced its latest model at the Strictly Sail Miami boat show in February, and while the sleek Oceanis 41.1 had a steady stream of admirers, dreamers and serious buyers, I confess it left me feeling just a bit nostalgic.

Don’t get me wrong, the 41.1 is undeniably modern. Silky smooth lines with a full-length chine, a low-slung cabintop gracefully disguising generous freeboard, wide beam carried aft and long ends leave no doubt that the Finot-Conq 41.1 hull design will look fresh a decade from now. What intrigued me was the multifaceted aspect of the design...
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