The latest generation Oceanis 38.1 continues in the tradition of exceptionally well-balanced and seaworthy yachts, designed by naval architects Jean-Marie Finot and Pascal Conq for over forty years.
The 38.1 boasts an abundance of practical features and stellar performance, while maintaining an elegance and beauty unmatched in her class – striking the perfect balance between performance and livability. And as the entire Oceanis range has become known for, the 38.1 is available in a wide variety of layout and draught options to suit every cruising lifestyle.
Sailors will delight in the easy-handling and superb performance delivered by the 38.1. The chined hull, twin helm station, self-tacking jib and mainsail arch are just a few of the features that contribute to her sailability and unmatched stability. Choose from a deep draught, short draught or lifting keel; with or without mainsail arch.
Under sail, she is quick and responsive and supremely easy to sail even when shorthanded. And her spacious cockpit can easily seat a crew of 8. The large fold-down swim platform on the transom makes it easy to enter the water or access the dinghy.
Below, the saloon space is airy with plenty of natural light. Galley and cabin layout options abound to suit the needs of your crew. A new L-shaped galley option allows for a spacious facing bench seat arrangement with space for eight at the table. While the “long galley” option supports an L-shaped seating arrangement.
Cabin layouts include a 3-cabin/1-bath, or 2-cabin/1-bath option with a large storage locker.