Following on from the success of elder sister 51.1, the Oceanis 40.1 is a yacht designed for endless cruising opportunities. Be it inshore coastal sailing, or your next Bluewater adventure, the OC40.1 can do it all. Featuring an innovative stepped hull, spacious deck area, voluminous interior and performance ability unheard of for a yacht this size. Single-handed sailors, couples, families and friends are all welcome to the 40.1; easily adapted to a versatile mix of cruising needs. Available in multiple layout options, draughts and rigs to make her truly your own.

Key Features:
  • Innovative flared bottom and stepped hull for great performance and sail stiffness
  • Optional First Line version; performance mast, deck gear upgrades
  • Ultra-spacious interior.
  • 2-4 cabin layout options.
  • Optional draught and rigs.
  • Choice of 3 keels.
  • Easy handling; in-mast furling system, self-tacking jib, 2 winches on the roof.
  • Wide folding swim platform, mechanical or manual optional.
  • C-shaped functional galley.
  • Long U-shaped saloon sofa.
  • Ample light and airflow with generous portholes


Available in an outstanding 4 cabin layout option; 2, 3 and 4 cabins to suit a wide range of needs onboard. Quality woodwork comes in an option of 2 different finishes. The owner’s version features a master island bed and ensuite, while the 4 cabin layout features double bed cabins and an additional cabin with bunk beds. The C-shaped galley features excellent storage and functionality and is softened by the comfortable seating area opposite. The many hull and coachroof portholes flood the interior with light and ventilation. A chart table at the foot of the companionway provides ample working space.


The wide beam hull increases the cockpit area and allows for easier and safer movement on deck. Seating areas and helm stations are incredibly generous, creating a highly functional yet liveable exterior space. Lines and halyards run neatly aft to the double helm stations, now located further aft in this model. L-shaped couches sit uninterrupted as the halyard winches and mainsail sheets sit on the coachroof. Angled coamings, a low coachroof and clear side decks make transition forward and aft a breeze. The large swim platform comes in an option of electrical or manual operation.
  • Lifting aft helm seats
  • Foldaway helmsman foot chock
  • Large convenient anchor locker


The new Hull design by Marc Lombard, promises unrivalled deck volume and interior space. Greater movement, safety and liveability has been increased whilst keeping easy manoeuvrability central to her design. For the interior, Nauta Design have once again delivered contemporary, functional living quarters with a distinctive European style, of which the Oceanis range is revered.


Naval architect:Marc LombardFuel tank capacity:195L
Interior design:Nauta DesignFresh water capacity:235L
Length Over All:12.87mMax Engine Power (Hp):45hp
Hull Length:11.99mCE CertificationA10/B10/C10
Hull Beam:4.18m