With the Oceanis 46.1, Bénéteau presents a family cruiser that offers a balanced blend of elegance, large volume and good sailing performance.
Equipped with a remarkably wide and voluminous hull, the new 46.1 has very stable sailing characteristics and provides a comfortable and generous ambience below deck. The technical equipment is state-of-the-art and guarantees easy navigation. The refined equipment below deck, which can be individually adapted, provides extra comfort. The Oceanis 46.1 will be available in two three-cabin versions, as well as a four-cabin and a five-cabin version for charterers.
Designed for safety The renowned Finot-Conq design office was in charge of the design of the Oceanis 46.1. The 46.1 adopts the voluminous hull lines of the Oceanis 51.1 and virtually inherits its excellent sailing characteristics and wide cockpit. On deck, the 46.1 is completely designed for safety and ease of use. Mast furling system , self-tacking jib and the halyards and sheets, which are all guided to individual winches easily accessible from the steering positions of the twin steering system, enable sailing of the yacht even with a small crew. The cockpit can accommodate up to 8 people and sun loungers are located on the sun deck on both sides of the companionway.
Bright atmosphere Below deck on the 46.1, the many large hull windows and skylights flush with the deck and roof ensure a bright and friendly atmosphere. In the standard version there is a fully equipped, l-shaped kitchen with double sink and two-burner stove for the culinary treatment of the guests on board. The spacious saloon and dining area offers a large U-shaped seating area around a large dining table, a separate navigation area and an additional couch for relaxation.
Luxurious Master Suite The large master suite in the foredeck of the 46.1 has, in addition to the obligatory large double bed, an en-suite bathroom with shower and sink, as well as a separate toilet, also with sink. The other two double cabins are located at the stern of the Oceanis 46.1 and also offer large double beds for sleeping comfort. They share a spacious bathroom with a separate shower cabin accessible from the saloon. A second bathroom can also be added on request, but this means that the living area below deck is somewhat smaller.
Technical data: Length over all: 14,60 m Width: 4,50 m Draught: 1.75 m / 2.35 m / 2.65 m Displacement: 10.597 kg Engine power: 57 HP
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