Beneteau Oceanis 43 Yacht

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The Oceanis 43 is an unequivocal invitation to delight in her design, comfort and performance. The hull and deck plan are the work of the Berret Racoupeau design office. Their designs have led to the creation of an aesthetically powerful and attractive yacht with remarkable sea keeping qualities. The interior architecture and design are by Nauta Design. This great Italian name, a benchmark in the super yacht world, has helped the Oceanis 43 achieve her true personality - one of contemporary lines where luminosity, comfort and wellbeing take precedence on board.

  • Fine bow entry for good performance
  • Clear cockpit
  • Twin steering wheels
  • Two layouts available
  • Electric windlass as standard
Naval Architect Nauta Interior Design
Boat Designer Berret Racoupeau
Length Overall 13,10 m
Hull Length 12,75 m
Hull Beam 4,12 m
Max. Engine Power 54 hp
Fuel Capacity 200 L
Water Capacity 360 L
Draught 2 m / 1.76 m
Air Draught 18,50 m
CE Certification A10/B11/C12
Light Displacement 8,875 kg
Sail Area 91 msq


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 deck is of glass fibre and balsa sandwich construction for optimum strength / weight ratio as well as excellent heat and sound insulation. All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a non-slip "diamond point" finish.


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


The keel is fitted to the boat by a system of screws and stainless steel backing plates and by bonding. The keel is cast-iron. To increase its life, the keel is given an anti-corrosion treatment and improved finish in the factory before assembly, using epoxy-based coatings and paint.


Underhung rudder with stainless steel stock. Twin helm positions in aft cockpit: 2 leather trimmed, 915 mm diameter, columnmounted steering wheels. Twin bulkhead mounted steering gear. Metal cable transmission system. Deck access point for emergency steering, and emergency tiller.

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