Balanced Performance & Style
The Beneteau Oceanis 35.1 is loyal to her earlier generation roots, while also borrowing from the tradition of the larger 41.1. Naval architects Jean-Marie Finot and Pascal Conq are known for designing yachts of outstanding performance and balance, and the 35.1 is no exception. With twin rudders, a chined hull and an optimized sail plan, Beneteau has achieved a boat of incredible stability underway.
The focus on performance did not detract from the 35.1’s sleek and stylish good-looks and superior comfort both underway and on the hook. And with a variety of layout and keel options, each sailor can find the right fit for their cruising style.
Crucial to her exceptional cruising comfort is the 35.1’s chined hull, and her twin helm stations and mainsail arch make her a joy to sail. The spacious cockpit features a folding table, comfortable bench seating and a fold-down swim platform for enhancing leisure time outdoors.
The 35.1 is available with a short or deep draught keel, and with or without the mainsail arch.
Designed for Choice
Designed by Nauta Design, the bright interior saloon with bench seating for 8 has been redesigned, and is available in a variety of layout versions to suit any sailing lifestyle: an L-shaped galley with facing bench seat configuration, L-shaped bench seating with a long-style galley, 2-cabin/1-bath,or 3-cabin/1-bath.
The forward owner cabin is accessed by a double-opening door for an open feel, while still allowing for supreme comfort and privacy.