Best Boats 2012 Nominee: Beneteau Oceanis 41

One of two new models from the French builder, the Oceanis 41 echoes the styling of the bigger boats in Beneteau’s cruising lineup. Hull chines, a more angular look and a mainsheet arch are the most obvious new features. beneteauusa.com SPECS LOA: 40ft, 7in Beam: 13ft, 9in Displacement: 18, 624lbs.
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One of two new models from the French builder, the Oceanis 41 echoes the styling of the bigger boats in Beneteau’s cruising lineup. Hull chines, a more angular look and a mainsheet arch are the most obvious new features. beneteauusa.com

SPECS

LOA: 40ft, 7in

Beam: 13ft, 9in

Displacement: 18, 624lbs.

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