Beneteau Oceanis 40 Yacht

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Similar to her sister ships the Beneteau Oceanis 40 was designed by naval architects Berret/Racoupeau with the stylizing colllaboration of Nauta Design for the interior. In the cockpit, the Beneteau Oceanis 40 is appointed with two steering stations with navigation instruments nearby for ease of handling.

The spacious and luminous interior of the Beneteau Oceanis 40 is highlighted with rich, light colored select Maobi hardwood and stainless steel to create an essence of warmth and comfort.

  • Twin helm positions with wheels
  • Comfortable, clear cockpit for sailing aswell as for relaxing
  • Incomparable interior space for a 12m yacht
  • Two levels of finish and equipment - standard or exclusive
  • Separate U-shaped galley and sofa in the saloon with the 2 cabin version


Naval Architect Berret Racoupeau Design
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 12,17 m
Hull Length 11,87 m
Hull Beam 3,96 m
Max. Engine Power 40 cv
Fuel Capacity 200 ltr
Water Capacity 360 ltr
Air Draught 17.35
CE Certification A8/B9/C10
Light Displacement 7 680 kg
Berths 4/6
Sail Area 75,85 m²

The hull is of single-skinned GRP construction. Local areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chainplates, hull / deck joint) serve to strengthen the structure. A single-skinned structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chainplate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) ensuring their distribution and so guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish. The standard hull colour is white with silver livery; a Steel Blue colour hull is available as an option.

The deck is of glassfibre and balsa sandwich construction for optimum strength/weight ratio aswell as excellent heat and sound insulation. All working areas and areasof movement around the deck are provided with a non-slip diamond print finish.

The hull/deck joint is screwed and bonded andsurrounded by a teak bulwark. This mechanical joint ensures a watertight assembly whilst also improving safety when moving around on deck.


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