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23rd February 2022

Beneteau Launched a New Oceanis Yacht 60 Flagship

Beneteau launched a new Oceanis Oceanis Yacht 60 Flagship, an advanced version of its 54-foot sister. A subtle interplay of proportions and a reverse sheer create a space typically find on a 62-footer, while retaining an elegant design and excellent sea-keeping abilities. With a clean design, optimised layout and top-quality fittings, the new Oceanis Yacht 60 is a clear step in pursuit of excellence. Built in Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France, the Oceanis Yacht 60 will be on show at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2022.

The huge cockpit offers safe, free-flowing movement. Wide side-decks run round the helm stations and offer obstaclefree circulation to the fore deck. This unique layout reinvents the central cockpit concept. Although the two identical tables and sun bathing areas are standard on Oceanis Yachts, special attention has been paid to the helm consoles. With two real helm stations, controlling the boat’s course is as convenient as trimming the sails, windward or leeward. The owner can carry out all the usual manoeuvres without leaving the helm, which is a definite plus on a big boat when sailing short-handed.

An innovative bimini is supported by the mainsail arch, keeping sheets safe and out of the way, and comes in an optional rigid version. Maintained by two lateral supports, the central section slides forward to adjust the amount of cover in the cockpit. Depending on the weather and the time of day, the crew will always find the best compromise between protection and air flow.

Since cruising goes hand in hand with anchorages the large bathing platform provides access to the tender garage, the area is capable of housing a 2.8 m jet-propelled tender. A system with double wires and guiding rollers makes for effortless launching and retrieval, promising active stopovers and great amount of fun. The yacht is equipped with onboard systems such as “Ship Control” and “Seanapps” respectively manage all the boat’s systems and make for effortless maintenance and monitoring.

The interior is spacious and offers an overall impression of volume and balanced proportions. The Oceanis Yacht 60’s galley is now positioned midship, less likely to be bothered by movement, and it is full beam, with storage and a fridge to port, and a sink, oven and dishwasher to starboard. There is substantial storage space and worktop surfaces are ample.

The saloon layout provides a variety of spaces to enjoy social life onboard; six people can sit comfortably around the table which faces a lounge area with a soft sofa, ideal for relaxing at sea or at anchor. And the curved chart table allows the skipper to swivel round and take part in conversations on board.

Available in a 3-cabin version with 3 heads, the Oceanis Yacht 60 comes with two different finishes: walnut as standard and light oak as an option. The master cabin guarantees privacy and at the same time offers a stunning view of the sea. The linings have been chosen carefully to create a feeling of hull depth in association with the portholes.

Contact our team at beneteau@simpsonmarine.com to enquire about the Oceanis Yacht 60 in Asia, or any other of the popular models from Beneteau.

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