Oceanis 38


Over a Century at Sea

Oceanis 38

The Beneteau Oceanis 38 made its splash in 2013 and shook up the sailing industry with its innovative characteristics. The excitement and buzz was centered on a boat that could be completely customizable.
 
On a budget but want the ability to upgrade down the road? No problem. Order the day sailor!  Modules come from the US-based manufacturing facility to upgrade from a day sailor to a weekender or a full-on cruiser.
 
A sensible sail plan, minimum heel, and single handed sailing characteristics make this a boat that fits you rather than the opposite.

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Day Sailer

The 38 fitted to this model features open uncluttered spaces inside and out. Unobstructed by any bulkheads the interior is spacious with plenty of storage space aft.

Weekender

A selection of a two or three, open or closed cabin layout, separate shower and fitted galley give this model the greatest choice in potential modifications.

Cruiser

The Cruiser version includes two or three fitted cabins, a large galley and a head with a separate shower to sustain comfort on longer journeys.

45° Companionway

The mainsail arch, characteristic of all the large Oceanis yachts, is an important innovation that has led to many architectural developments, among which is a very gently sloping 45° companionway.

Layout

Specifications

Length Overall

37' 9'' 

 

Hull Length

36' 6" 

 

Beam

13'1" 

 

Displacement

14,433 lbs 

 

Fuel Tank Capacity

34 gal 

 

Engine Power

30 hp 

 

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