Beneteau Oceanis 31

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Beneteau Oceanis 31

As the range entry model, the Oceanis 31 sailboat bears a strong family resemblance to its sisters, combining elegance with ingenuity for maximum cruising pleasure. In addition to a keel boat version, there is a lested lifting keel and twin-rudder version. The interior surprises with plenty of storage in a boat this size, and a very spacious aft cabin.

The Océanis 31 was elected European Yacht of the Year in the Family Cruiser class in 2009.

  • Naval architect :  Finot – Conq et associés
  • Interior design :  Nauta Design
  • Length Over All  :  9,66 m – 31’8’’
  • Hull Length  :  9,30 m – 30’6’’
  • Hull Beam :  3,39 m – 11’1’’
  • Light displacement :  4 850 kg – 10,689 lbs
  • Fuel tank capacity :  130 L – 34 US Gal
  • Fresh water capacity :  130 L – 34 US Gal
  • Max Engine Power (Hp) :  21 CV – 21 HP

 

Contact Us about the Oceanis 31 Sailboat
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Innerspring mattresses
  • Furling 105% Genoa
  • Varnished Alpi Interior
  • 110 Volt Shorepower System
  • Propane Stove
  • 2 Bilge Pumps
  • 12v Refrigeration
  • LED Lighting
  •  Water Heater
  • 20 amp Battery Charger
  • Large Head w/ Shower
  • Self Tailing Winches
  • MP3 Stereo w/Speakers
  • Swim Ladder
  • Hot/Cold Cockpit Shower
  • 2 Cabin/ 1 head
  • Freight
  • Bottom Paint
  • Commissioning
  • Roller furling mainsail
  • Yanmar Diesel Engine
  • Hatch screens with shades
  • Depth & Speed Transducers
  • Anchor & Safety Package
  • Dock lines & Fenders
  • Covers for Winches & Pedestal
  • Macerator for Holding Tank
  • Teak Oil on Exterior Wood
  • Simrad Plotter, D/S/W
  • Spreader Flag Halyard
  • Grey hull stripes
  • Cockpit Table
  • Simrad VHF
  •  Upgrade to AGM Batteries

Groupe Finot created a hull with a fine entry and beam carried well aft; its larger siblings have all been enjoyable sailers, and the 31 didn’t disappoint. The interior, meanwhile, benefits from the straight-lined and elegant thinking of Nauta Design. There are no curved settees and whimsical doodads on this cruiser. Instead, purposeful and comfortable seats on either side of a drop-leaf table can, with the addition of lee cloths, double as sea berths or places to stash little crewmembers once the spacious athwartships aft-cabin berth and V-berth have been filled.

– Cruising World Boat Review from the September 2008 issue

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