New product : France, Beneteau unveils at Cannes Boat Show from 10 to 15 September 2013 Oceanis 38, a Singular Oceanis.

Imagine a cruiser.  Imagine your very own cruiser... BENETEAU innovates by unveiling the Oceanis 38, a new yacht with a revolutionary concept. DAY SAILER, WEEKENDER, CRUISER, the Oceanis 38 adapts to three worlds and evolves to match your needs, desires, and lifestyle. A new page of sailing is being written.

Learn about this new concept at the Festival de la Plaisance de Cannes (Cannes Boat Show), from 10 to 15 September 2013 and at all the main boat shows.

A concept that evolves to match stages in life

Cruising at everyone's pace on seas the world over. Sailing single-handed, as a couple, with the family or with friends, the Oceanis 38 can make all sailing dreams come true. On board this yacht, sailing is free of needless constraints. Its very use has been redesigned to leave the owner the choice of layout. Designed to evolve, it can adapt to stages in life through the addition and subtraction of elements.

In its initial layout, the Oceanis 38 is designed like a loft, at sea. Inside, the comfortable companionway opens onto a single area in which bulkheads have been removed. You get a striking feeling of space. The view to the bow is completely clear, large sofas and a deliberately minimalist galley stand before you. The fittings are reduced to essential needs. The rear of the yacht is dedicated to storage and the cockpit is uncluttered. The
DAY SAILER version is for people who sail for a few hours.

For a few days, the Oceanis 38 WEEKENDER is an excellent progression. It offers a choice between 2 layouts (2 or 3 cabins to be fitted out) which the customer configures as he wishes: open or closed cabins, separate shower cubicle, fitted galley, extra table inside/out, helm seats, etc. to create a boat he can call his own.

Bursting at the seams with numerous clever, elegant and entertaining ideas, this Oceanis offers another way of enjoying life at sea.

Philippe Cassegrain, Chairman of Longchamp, has designed an exclusive set of luggage for Beneteau.

Stylish and clever, the „Rolling Locker‰ houses all the accessories needed to make storage easier on board. Prepare it on shore so you do not forget anything. Then roll it along the pontoon to your boat, and position it in the dedicated space in your cabin – an instant hanging locker!

A new concept built on the genetic makeup of the Oceanis.
Its modern hull is signed by Finot-Conq Architects.

Under sail, she offers good sea-keeping and performance thanks to a balanced sail plan: central mast, jib with little overlap, mainsail sheet on arch. Her chined construction on the full length of the hull helps maintain a moderate angle of heel.
The Nauta Design office has put all its talent into the design of the interior fittings and for the first time with

Beneteau they sign a deck plan. On board, there is a boldly modern feel: taupe textile linings, light-coloured wood and brown oak flooring, giving a light and harmoniously warm atmosphere, thanks to 4 large hull portholes

OCEANIS 38 – Provisional General Specifications
Naval Architect Finot-Conq Architectes
Interior Design Nauta Design
Length Overall 11.50 m 37Ê9
Waterline length 10.72 m 35Ê2
Beam 3.99 m 13Ê1
Air draught 16.55 m 54Ê4
Short draught (option) 1.60 m 5Ê3
Shallow ballast weight 2 060 kg 4,540 lbs
Long draught (Standard) 2.05 m 6Ê9
Deep ballast weight 1 790 kg 3Ê945 lbs
Water capacity (max) 330 L 87 US Gal
Puissance moteur 30 HP – Elligible for Dock&Go
CE certification requested A8/B9/C10

Discover this new concept on  evolving-oceanis.com

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