Each of the three models has been upgraded to be better equipped – more stowage, more options, more of your personality.
A chined hull, twin helm stations, vertical bow and the possibility to opt for a beachable lifting keel version complement a highly seductive interior atmosphere by Nauta Design.
The daysailor features a massive interior space for socializing, an uncluttered cockpit and a minimalist galley. This vessel boast an attractive price for new clients who want to sail fast for short periods and with minimum constraints.
The most adaptable version of the Oceanis 35 is the Weekender. Inside the owner configures the layout according to his desires. The owner benefits over the long term with dedicated after sales service and packs that are available from Spare Parts post purchase.
The Cruiser is available in a two or three cabin version and is equipped with numerous packs. It is a fine example of the traditional concept. The cabins are segregated allowing guests private areas to enjoy some quiet time. The large linear galley opposite the saloon accommodates up to six people.
As on the Weekender and the Daysailor, the configuration of the exterior layout is decided by the owner. The majority of modules can be ordered from Spare Parts and fitted by the agent whenever the customer wishes, even as part of the after-sales service.
Contact our Group Sales Manager of Beneteau, Richard Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or +852 2555 8377.
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