Beneteau’s latest Oceanis 30.1 will be joining the industry’s latest at the 59th Genoa International Boat Show. Simple, easy to live on and the outcome of leading designer names, this model is the smallest member of the cruiser line from the French shipyard.
The Finot-Conq studio and Nauta Design lend their signature designs to this 9-metre which offers spacious interiors, a rare quality for such a compact size and which, displacing less than 4 tonnes, does not require special transport.
The cockpit, equipped with a double helm, offers a foldable central table and all manoeuvres are designed to be as simple as possible. As for the interiors, the square shape includes a fully-equipped kitchen, a bathroom and 2-metre long couches, one of which can become a double bed that, counting the two cabins to bow and to stern, brings the total bed capacity up to six.