Beneteau Oceanis 55 Oceanis 55.1

Over a Century at Sea

Description

The Beneteau Oceanis 55 made its debut in 2013. The Beret Racoupeau designed hull boast a beam of over 16’ and continues in tradition with Beneteau’s long history of innovation, quality, and sheer beauty.
The companionway is magnificent.  Steps gradually flow into the cockpit. Gone are the days of clamoring down a ladder.

There are several options for keels, including one with a 4’9” draft, making this sailing yacht a capable platform for cruising the shallow waters of Florida and the Bahamas.

Contact Beneteau Sailing Yacht dealer Denison Yacht Sales for a private showing.

Overview

  • Length Overall 55' 1''
  • Beam 16'3"
  • Draft 5'1"
  • Keel Type Cast Iron Keel
  • Displacement 37,258 lbs
  • Engine Yanmar
  • Horsepower 80 Hp
  • Fuel Capacity 159 gal
  • Fresh Water Capacity 183 gal

Hull

Eye catching with her bold taut lines and choice of personalized hull color, this vessel sets a precedent for stylish cruisers.

Skipper Cabin

The fourteen berth version features a double fore cabin for the skipper, meaning that any crew configuration can be envisaged.

Sunbathing Areas

Combined with the cockpit’s L-shaped seats, the two sun-loungers on the roof cleverly provide extra places to relax outside.

Winches at Helm

The unique design centers all the winches at the helm station so that all maneuvers can be carried out alone.