THE NEW OCEANIS 30.1
Boot Dusseldorf is the leading watersports trade fair in the marine industry. Vendors and enthusiasts from all over the world make the voyage to Germany to indulge in all of the newest nautical technology and innovation. This year, Boot Dusseldorf is celebrating its 50th anniversary and Beneteau is celebrating with them; unveiling its new Oceanis 30.1 at the show.
Meticulously designed by Finot-Conq, the 30.1 boasts a combination of comfort and maneuverability, with its home-like double cabins, that resemble those of her larger Oceanis predecessors, and the unmistakable agility of Beneteau’s ‘First’ racing line. She’s small enough to light-footedly weave through canals, yet large enough to tackle high offshore winds with paramount steadiness and elegance. She’s the perfect vessel for dinghy racers and coastal cruisers alike.
As with all Beneteaus, owners can customize her in many ways, as she can come equipped with a tiller on double rudders, paying homage to Beneteau’s history of racing legends, or with a double-helm, freeing up space in the cockpit for ultimate comfort. She leaves the factory outfitted with an overlapping genoa, code zero or asymmetric spinnaker, making her the ultimate sailing machine for any and all excursions.
At just under four tons, she’s ideal for trailering, and with four keel options, full B&G electronics and a hard chine, the Beneteau 30.1 proves that big things really do come in small packages.