The small, smart and robust cruiser opens up countless possibilities, whether on the lake, a river, an excursion along the coast or on the open sea.
Interior design The Oceanis 30.1 reaches a standing height of 1.98 meters, everywhere where you like to stay upright. In the two large, elegant double cabins, the beds are arranged along the long side of the boat, creating space and a feeling of freedom. There are two additional beds in the saloon. The large bathroom is divided into two parts. One is the toilet, the other is the shower. At the end of the staircase is the L-shaped kitchen, which features hanging and standing cupboards, a 75-litre fridge and an oven under the stove top.
Exterior design Bowsprit, steep keel and the successful proportions of freeboard and deckhouse give the Oceanis 30.1 a yacht look. From Finot-Conq's pen, it offers both performance and easy manoeuvrability. Slim stem, optimised weight, stiffness of sails and gaff rigging ensure safe sailing pleasure. The self-tacking jib and single winch make the boat suitable for the first steps while sailing with a smaller crew. For greater performance, the Oceanis 30.1 features a large genoa, retractable Code Zero and asymmetric spy sail. At the stern there is an simple step for access to the water and a movable bathing platform can be installed.
Oceanis 30.1 in pictures
Cockpit The double steering wheel provides amazing space on board. In addition to the large folding table, there are two large benches with room for six people.
Accessible to all The boat offers an unbeatable comfort for its size. The focus is on practical simplicity. The smallest model in the Kreuzer range is sensibly designed and agile at a competitive price.
Technical data: Length over all: 9,53 m Width: 2,99 m Draught: 1.88 m Displacement: 3,995 kg Weight: 4,0 t