Beneteau Ocea­nis 46.1

Yachting Monthly - - NEW BOATS -

Seen for the first time in the UK, the new Ocea­nis 46.1 is avail­able with three, four or five cabin lay­outs. The for­ward area can ei­ther be a large owner’s cabin with en suite toi­let and shower com­part­ments on ei­ther side or can be two dou­ble cab­ins, each with its own en suite heads/shower com­part­ment.

The lay­out op­tions don’t end there. There are two lay­out choices for the gal­ley: a long, lin­ear U-shaped gal­ley tak­ing up the port side, or a smaller L-shaped gal­ley aft – with brac­ing pro­vided by a unit in­board along­side the com­pan­ion­way. With the L-shaped gal­ley the chart ta­ble is for­ward at the bulk­head, while for the lin­ear gal­ley it’s aft fac­ing in the star­board sa­loon seat­ing – un­less one opts for the Pullman cabin as the fifth cabin op­tion then it dis­ap­pears to make room for the two ex­tra berths. Aft of the sa­loon area are two dou­ble cab­ins, both with large, rec­tan­gu­lar berths.

On deck, the cock­pit is a large, so­cial area and has the op­tion of a wet bar and grill in the seats, aft of the helm, to be used from the wide bathing plat­form. There are plenty of loung­ing ar­eas in­clud­ing a sun­pad ei­ther side of the com­pan­ion­way. Those want­ing bet­ter per­for­mance can opt for the ‘First Line’ ver­sion with 28% more sail area and a deeper keel.

In­te­rior op­tions abound for the Ocea­nis 46.1 Up­grade to the ‘First Line’ edi­tion for a big­ger rig and deeper keel

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