German premiere at Düsseldorf with a fresh appearance
A direct legacy of all the owner experiences of a range that needs no introduction, the new Oceanis 41.1 proves itself to be a distillation of performance and intelligence. Built on a chined hull making her remarkably habitable, you can quickly distinguish her from her counterparts by a large stern accommodating the biggest cockpit on this size of boat.
Direct access to the sea The transom, closed to protect the boat during sailing, opens out automatically, converting into a huge aft swimming platform. This is an ingenious idea affording direct access to the sea without encroaching on the space and comfort of the helm stations. On the Oceanis 41.1, sailing is comfortable and well-balanced thanks to a hull, designed by Finot Conq. With the mast now further aft, the sail plan is now optimal and she demonstrates outstanding speed and stability under sail.
Adaptation to different lifestyles With the minutest details lending themselves to personalisation, the lines of the Oceanis 41.1 interior are airy and harmonious in all layouts. With a choice of woodwork, colours and lining materials, not to mention the number of cabins and shower rooms, there has been a considerable leap forwards on the Oceanis 41.1 in the way it adapts to different crew configurations and lifestyles on board. The generous space in the owner cabin is worthy of a 45’ cruiser and enables you to face the bed forward.
Technical Specifications: Length over all: 12,43 m Beam: 4,20 m Displacement: 8.777 kg Fresh water: 240 l Engine: Sail Drive 45 PS
A beautiful, round bow, a delicate small stern, the superstructure flat and angular and at the same time skilfully fitted into the lines. An important prerequisite for a successful Daysailer. The Eagle 37 is a real eye-catcher and celebrates its world premiere at boot 2019.