Beneteau Oceanis 45
“The Oceanis 45 is no exception in keeping with Beneteau tradition. Years of innovation and precise attention to detail leave a distinguished performance in her wake.”
Aboard the Oceanis 45, harmony reigns supreme: everything is in its place on this beautiful yacht, which aspires to meet the needs of a varied of sailors and liveaboards.
The Oceanis 45’s distinctive hard chine promotes stability and increases interior space, and her unique flip-down transom provides an unparalleled access to the sea.
With 4 layout options to choose from, the Oceanis 45 is a yacht that adapts to all requirements.
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Design : Fino-Conq architectes
Interior layout and design : Nauta Design
Length Over All : 13,94 m – 45’9’’
Hull Length : 13,50 m – 44’3’’
Hull Beam : 4,50 m – 14’9’’
Light displacement : 10,549 kg – 23,257 lbs
Fuel tank capacity : 200 L – 53 US Gal
Fresh water capacity : 370 L – 98 US Gal
Max Engine Power (Hp) : 54 CV POD 90 – 54 HP POD 90
Propulsion : Sail Drive
CE Certification : A10/B11/C12
Built to combine safety, luxury and performance, the Oceanis 45’s distinctive hard chine promotes stability and increases interior space. Boasting a large cockpit with dual helms, open deck plan, roomy seating and a transom that doubles as a swim platform, this yacht corners the market in function and comfort.
Intelligent use of space allows a range of options below deck, including two heads with a choice of two, three, or four cabins. The skilfully designed interior, in either contemporary light oak or traditional mahogany, is bright and maximizes storage space.
CONFIDENTLY ANSWERING THE CALL OF THE OCEAN
The Oceanis 45’s many innovations simplify life on board as much as they do sailing.
The ocean beckons.
Safe and very convivial, the enormous cockpit is equipped with a table that can contain a refrigerated icebox. It also features a tactile multi-function screen and outdoor lighting.
An important characteristic of the latest generation of large Oceanis yachts, the 45° companionway connects the sizable cockpit with the boat’s spacious interior, contributing considerably to the ease of movement and lifestyle onboard.
To optimize performance, a set of Elvström Carbon sails, combined with the German System that produced the ability to trim all the sails from the helm is a desired option.