BENETEAU Oceanis 34.1

Sleeker, lighter, with more sail area and more volume in the bow for the master cabin than its predecessor, the new Oceanis 34.1 sets a new standard of excellence for sailing yachts in the 35-foot range, a stunning combination of style, spirit, and comfort. From the drawing board of famed naval architect Mark Lombard, she is an embodiment of modern hull design, and the collaboration with Nauta Design for the deck and interior layouts has produced a yacht of such graceful proportions and irreproachable uses of spaces and volumes that it might best be described with one word: perfect.

CUSTOM-DESIGNED DECK, BALLAST AND RIGGING

Life on board with family or friends has always been the core focus of all Oceanis designs, and the Oceanis 34.1 is the perfect example of this approach, providing the promise of safe cruising experiences aboard a boat that is easy to handle no matter who is aboard. Select the standard equipment (Easy Sail) for basic navigation: a conventional 334 sq/ft mainsail and 197 sq/ft self- tacking jib. The perfect configuration for doublehanded sailing, or when enjoying the boat with an inexperienced crew. An optional in-mast furling system is also available. More experienced sailors will opt for the upgraded rigging packs which include a bowsprit for downwind sails, extra winches and a 26m² furling genoa for longer cruises.

THE ILLUSION OF 35 FEET

Even a cursory glance at the renderings reveals that La Rochelle-based architect Mark Lombard has surpassed himself once again, with this flared hull design and long chine running aft that provide greater interior spaces yet guarantee a high-quality cruising experience. These choices give the 7th generation of Oceanis yachts a strong visual identity that downloads itself to the experience of actually being under sail. Narrow waterline entries, a lower angle of heel and a hull that rests on the chine s   will always deliver unrivalled comfort and stability on the water. 

True to their reputation of excellence, the NAUTA Design firm have delivered an absolutely unique design concept for this generation of Oceanis. The distinctive style is instantly recognizable, from the general feel down to the smallest details. The layouts prioritize comfort, ease of use and movement, and always capitalize on the power of light.

THE PERFECT COMBINATION

In both versions, the interiors are bright and airy, with four deck hatches and four hull portholes guaranteeing loads of natural light and ventilation throughout the cabin. The starboard L-shaped galley, the head compartment to port, the large full-beam salon with two sofas and a large table for convivial dining ensure maximum cruising comfort for up to 8 passengers. In addition to  the cabins, there are 2 single berths, one of which is cleverly tucked under the folding chart table. 

Loyal to the spirit of classic BENETEAU design for more than 35 years, the Oceanis 34.1 is the versatile cruiser with stunning good looks that everyone has been waiting for.

TRUE COMFORT, WORTHY OF THE GREATEST BOATS

These options are further enhanced by a choice of elegant finishes in oak or walnut, perfectly complemented by a beautiful fabric selection with optional seat upholstery.

A SPACIOUS, CONTEMPORARY STYLE COCKPIT

The uncluttered deck plan has been specifically designed to provide maximum comfort and safety when moving about the boat, whether you are taking the helm or settling down for a few evenings at anchor. As you would expect, all lines conveniently lead to perfectly placed winches. The result is a cockpit that functions equally well as the yacht’s control center and a prime space for relaxation. Lastly, the lack of backstay provides easy access to the large swim platform.

A HIGH-PERFORMANCE BOAT

Marc Lombard’s team has taken the design of the new-generation hulls one step further, adding extra width to a third of the bow for better close-hauled pitch control and a more stable helm when heeling. Less underwater area improves the boat’s performance and ensures pleasurable sailing in lightwind and medium conditions.

 

 

 

  • Length overall : 35’4”
  • Hull Length : 32’8”
  • Hull Beam : 11’9”
  • Light displacement : 12,046 lbs
  • Fuel tank capacity : 34 US Gal
  • Fresh water capacity : 61 US Gal
  • Engine Power (Hp) : 21 HP\
  • CE Certification : A6 – B8 – C10
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  • STANDARD EQUIPMENT
    CONSTRUCTION _________________________________
    • Design made following European Directive requirements and
    according to CE certification
    • Monolithic hull in polyester
    • Monolithic structural hull liner bonded to the hull
    • Fibreglass and balsa wood sandwich contact deck, with diamond
    pattern non-slip coating
    • Hull-deck joint screwed, bonded and trimmed with 1 toerail
    • Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless steel backing plates
    • 2 Underhung rudders with stainless steel stock
    • White hull – Grey metal hull decoration
    DECK EQUIPMENT________________________________
    RIGGING
    • Standard mast 9/10 anodized aluminum deck stepped, 2 aft-swept
    spreaders – Without backstay
    • Anodized aluminum boom
    • Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging
    • Rigid boom vang
    • Self-tacking jib rigging with on-deck furler
    • Mainsail stay rope on the roof (with 2 chainplates)
    • 1 Self-tacking jib track with traveller
    • Complete running rigging: Main halyard, Genoa halyard with cleat
    on mast, Boom topping lift with cleat on mast, Mainsheet, 1 Self-
    tacking jib sheet
    • 8 Clutches
    • 2 Flag halyards
    WINCHES
    • 1 Self-tailing winch (H35.2 STA) to port, on the roof
    • 1 Aluminum “Speed Grip” winch handle
    • 1 Winch handle holder
    SAILS
    • Classic Dacron mainsail with Natural UV protection, cross cut, semi
    full batten
    • Self-tacking jib Dacron with UV protection Natural, horizontal cut
    • Lazy jacks
    MOORING – ANCHORING GEAR
    • Self-draining chain locker – Clench bolt – Hatch cover
    • Single bow roller
    • 6 Aluminum mooring cleats – Stainless steel chafing plate
    SAFETY ON DECK
    • Stainless steel pulpit 2 sections
    • 2 Stainless steel aft pushpits
    • 1 Ring lifebuoy bracket
    • Double life lines and stainless steel stanchions
    • Welded ring on pushpit for flag
    • Emergency ladder on pushpit
    COCKPIT
    • Self-bailing cockpit
    • 1 Cockpit locker under port side bench
    • 2 Lockers in cockpit bottom
    • Side helm seats (aft helm seats in trim)
    • 1 Liferaft locker to aft of cockpit (Usable dimensions:
    800 mm x 505 mm x 370 mm / 2’7’’ x 1’8’’ x 1’3’’)
    • Natural solid wood slatted cockpit benches (1,56 m x 0,50 m /
    5’1’’ x 1’8’’)
    • Polyester drop-leaf cockpit table, Stainless steel handrail
    • Tilling positon: Stainless steel steering wheels – 800 mm diameter /
    2’7’’ – Leather covered – Steering gear at the helm station – Steering
    line transmission system – Stainless steel handrail – 1 Cup holder
    • 1 Steering compass to starboard of the companionway
    • 2 Deck access points to tiller system
    • 1 Emergency tiller
    • Engine throttle and control panel on starboard
    • 2 Hinged PMMA companionway doors – Sliding hatch made of
    PMMA
    • 1 Fixed, telescopic stainless steel swimming ladder
    SWIM PLATFORM / AFT TRANSOM (in trim level)
    • Fully opening transom, convertible into swim platform
    (2,35 m x 0,70 m / 7’9’’ x 2’4’’)
    • Manual opening using hoist, assisted by 2 pull cylinders
    • Teak decking on swim deck
    • 1 Fixed, telescopic stainless steel swimming ladder
  • July 21, 2021 – (non-binding document) Code Bénéteau V12805 (B) US
    General Equipment list (Provisional) – North America
    Oceanis 34.1
    INTERIOR _______________________________________
    • Woodwork Alpi Walnut
    • Rovere Alevé Parquet type laminated floorboards
    • Beige padding upholstery: Salon & Cabins
    • Néo 05 fabric interior upholstery
    • Mattresses in the cabins, HR35kg/m³ foam
    Standard version: 2 cabins + 1 head
    COMPANIONWAY
    Headroom: 1,89 m / 6’2’’
    • GRP salon companionway steps are coated with non-slip surface
    • 2 Stainless steel handrails covered with anthracite leather
    SALON
    Headroom: 1,90 – 1,85 m / 6’3’’ – 6’1’’
    • 2 Lengthways salon bench sets, can be used as a single berth: an
    extension cushion for the port side bench seat is stowed against the
    bulkhead under the chart table
    • Salon table with 2 drop-leaves and 2 central top-access storage
    spaces. For the retractable keel version, the dimensions of the table
    are larger to accommodate the keel raising system
    • Storage under bench seats
    • 2 LED ceiling lights
    • 1 USB socket on the 12V electrical panel
    • 2 Panoramic roof windows
    • 2 Hull portholes with curtain
    • 1 Flush deck hatch with fan, T44, blind and mosquito net
    STARBOARD GALLEY
    L-shaped kitchen – to starboard
    Headroom: 1,85 m / 6’1’’
    • Counter top in compact Clay with painted wooden fiddles
    • 1 1 rectangular stainless steel sink (320 mm x 300 mm / 1’1’’ x 1’)
    • 1 Faucet with hot/cold water under pressure
    • 1 Gas stove 2 burners – Stainless steel oven on gimbal – Stainless
    steel protection handrail
    • Cool box 100 L / 26 US Gal top opening (Positive cold)
    • Storage and lockers
    • 1 Dual compartment slide-out bin (2 x 15 L / 2 x 4 US Gal)
    • 1 115 V Power outlet (in trim level)
    • 1 Opening porthole on coaming in the side window with mosquito
    net
    PORT SIDE CHART TABLE
    Headroom: 1,85 m / 6’1’’
    • Chart table with folding tray against the starboard bulkhead with
    shelves fitted with fiddles in the upper part
    • 12 V electrical panel nearby
    • 1 Adjustable LED spotligh
    • 1 115 V Power outlet (in trim level)
    • 1 Single USB socket
    • 1 Fixed coaming window with pleated blind
    OWNER’S CABIN
    Headroom: 1,86 m / 6’1’’
    • 1 Central double bed (2,02 m x 1,60 m – 0,55 m / 6’8’’ x 5’3’’ –
    1’10’’)
    • 2 Hanging closets with 1 open shelf on top, open lockers along the
    hull
    • 2 Adjustable LED spotlights in the headboard
    • 1 dual USB port outlet on each side of the bed (in trim level)
    • 1 115 V Power outlet (in trim level) – to port
    • 1 Flush deck hatch with fan, T44, blind and mosquito net
    • 2 Hull portholes with curtain
    • Double door
    STARBOARD AFT CABIN
    Headroom: 1,80 m / 5’11’’
    • 1 Double bed (2,00 m x 1,60 m x 1,30 m / 6’7’’ x 5’3’’ x 4’3’’)
    • 1 Hanging closet with 1 open shelf on the top
    • 1 Bed access sideboard
    • 2 Adjustable LED spotlights in the headboard
    • 1 dual USB port (in trim level)
    • 1 115 V Power outlet (in trim level)
    • 1 Opening porthole below cockpit seat with curtain (Mosquito net in
    trim level)
    AFT PORT SIDE HEAD
    Access through salon
    Headroom: 1,92 m / 6’4’’
    • Shower with plexiglass door – Self-draining storage bin – 1 Mixer tap
    – White polyester shower base
    • 1 Manual marine toilet
    • 1 80 L / 21 US Gal Rigid holding tank
    • 1 Polyester basin – 1 mixing tap hot/cold water
    • 1 Cabinet
    • 1 Mirror
    • Toilet accessories
    • 1 Opening porthole in coaming
    • 2 LED ceiling lights
    • 1 115 V Power outlet (in trim level, except for 3 cabins 1 head
    version)
    3 cabins 1 head version (Option)
    The head has a shower function mixer tap (no 115 V socket in trim
    level)
    2 SYMMETRICAL AFT CABINS
    Headroom: 1,80 m / 5’11’’
    • 1 Double bed (2,00 m x 1,40 m x 1,13 m / 6’7’’ x 4’7’’ x 3’8’’)
    • 1 Hanging closet with 1 open shelf on the top
    • 1 Bed access sideboard
    • 2 Adjustable LED spotlights in the headboard
    • 1 dual USB port (in trim level)
    • 1 115 V Power outlet (in trim level)
    • 1 Opening porthole below cockpit seat with curtain (Mosquito net in trim level)
  • ENGINE ______________________________________________________________________________________________
    • Engine Yanmar Diesel (Propeller shaft):
    – 21 CV/HP (standard)
    – 29 CV/HP (Option)
    • Engine control – Control panel in cockpit (to starboard)
    • Engine compartment: Soundproofing foam – Ventilation: 2 air intakes and 1 powered air expulsion
    • 1 Alternator (12 V / 125 Amp)
    • 1 Rotomolded diesel tank 130 L / 34 US Gal (below aft starboard cabin berth) – Gauge on electrical panel – 1 Tank filling access
    • Filters: Sea water – Diesel – Water separator
    • Stainless steel shaft line
    • Fixed three blade propeller
    • 1 Engine access through companionway (opening with 2 gas pistons)
    • 2 Access to side engine: Head & Aft cabin
    ELECTRICITY _________________________________________________________________________________________
    • 12 V Circuit
    • 1 AGM service battery (75 Amp) – 1 AGM engine battery (50 Amp)
    • 1 Load balancer
    • 12 V electrical panel (Fuses – Voltmeter – 1 Fuel gauge)
    • 1 Single USB socket at chart table
    • LED lighting: Overhead lights, Adjustable spotlight in cabins & at chart table
    • LED navigation lights: 1 Masthead light – 1 Steaming light for motoring – 1 Mooring light on masthead
    PLUMBING ___________________________________________________________________________________________
    • 1 Rotomolded freshwater tank 206 L / 54 US Gal, under berth in forward cabin
    • Electrical gauge on 12 V panel
    • 1 Tank filling access
    • Waterpressure system – Expansion tank – Inline filter
    • 25 L / 7 US Gal Electric water heater (engine use) below salon starboard bench
    • 1 80 L / 21 US Gal Rigid holding tank
    • 1 Electric bilge pump – 1 Manual bilge pump
    • 1 Electric shower drain pump
    GAS _________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • Gas cylinder locker – starboard aft cockpit
    • Regulator and solonoid
    • Gas leak detector
    MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS _______________________________________________________________________________
    • Smoke detector