Specifications of Beneteau Oceanis 51.1

The sailing yacht Beneteau Oceanis 51.1 is produced by the brand Beneteau since 2017. Beneteau Oceanis 51.1 is a 15.94 meters cruising yacht with a Mediterranean cockpit with 5 guest cabins and the draft of 2.30 meters. The yacht with fiberglass / grp hull has CE certification class (A) and can go in open ocean. The base price of new Beneteau Oceanis 51.1 is €296.5 thousand.

Length
15.94m  / 52' 4"
Width
4.80m  / 15' 9"
Draft
2.30m  / 7' 7"
Tonnage
Displacement, t
13.9 (half load)
Fuel capacity, l
200
Water tank, l
440
Max. people
Max people
14
Cabins
5
Berths for guests
10
Bathrooms
3
Crew
1
Sail plan and keel
Rig
Single-masted (sloop)
Keel
Fixed
Classification
CE class
A – Ocean
Hull type
Monohull
Hull material
Fiberglass / GRP
Design
Modern / Mainstream
Type by usage
Cruiser
Deck arrangement
With mediterranean cockpit
Manufacturer's data
Builder
Country of origin
France
Model
Oceanis 51.1
Release period
from 2017

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Documents for Beneteau Oceanis 51.1

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Price
from €296,500
Ex Works, standard
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