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When Beneteau commissioned us to design the new 41 and 45 feet Oceanis, following on our 35 years of collaboration, our first mission was to redefine the exterior design of the Oceanis range. A lean, modern and elegant style, which will make the pride of the owners of these new yachts. They are a significant milestone in the evolution of the Oceanis range. The hull is powerful and features a slight chine on its aft half, for increased stability and inside volume. The sail plan is well balanced, the sails have a high aspect ratio and are generous in area. Overall, these are easy and very fast boats in their category.

The deck design was given a lot of care. It is full of innovations, which make manoeuvre and life easier, both at sea and at anchor, with a huge cockpit. An arch carries the the mainsail sheet and the sprayhood. The aft bench transforms into a large platform for easy access to the sea by the push of a button. 

Inside the boat, the Beneteau/Nauta/finot-conq collaboration is once again fruitful, as on the Oceanis 31, 34, and 37. A lean design, a confortably sloped companionway, large glassed surfaces and a high-quality finish make the accomodations a pleasure to live in.

The Oceanis 45 is featured in 4 versions, from 2 to 4 cabins and from 2 to 3 bathrooms.


Lenght OA : 13,94 m

Beam : 4,50 m

Draft short : 1,75 m

Draft long : 2,27 m

Light displacement : 10,55 t

Upwind sail area : 100 m2

Downwind sail area : 206 m2

Fresh water capacity maxi : 570l                           

Gasoil capacity : 200l                            

Engine : 57HP


Architects Finot-conq

Exterior design Pierre Forgia/ Finot-Conq 
Interior design. Nauta

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