BJ Marine (Dublin)
Greystones Harbour Marina
Dublin, IE
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2024 Beneteau Oceanis 37.1

location icon Ireland
Year 2024
Length 39'2 ft / 11.94 m

Launch to huge acclaim in late 2023, the new Beneteau Oceanis 37.1 delivers sailing performance, style, comfort, flexibility, luxury and loads and loads of fun!

This boat represents and opportunity to get afloat for the start of the season with a truly fantastic spec.

P/X opportunities available


Year Built 2024
Category Sail
Length Overall 39'2 ft / 11.93 m
Beam 12'10 ft / 3.91 m
Max Draft 6'11 ft / 2.11 m
Cabins 3
Construction Fiberglass
Min Draft 6'11 ft / 2.1 m
Drive Type Sail
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 40 hp
Fuel Tank Cap. 129 L
Water Tank Cap. 356 L
Dry Weight 6861.95 kg
Bridge Clearance 54'6 ft / 16.61 m
Tax Status Not Paid

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Yanmar
Model: 3JH40
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 40hp
Type: Inboard
Drive Type: SailDrive

Yanmar 3JH40 (40hp) diesel engine

Deep cast iron keel

3 cabins, 2 heads configuration in white oak alpi

Family Trim Level

Iro-Deck slatted aft platform  
Iro-Deck slatted helm seats  
Hot/cold water cockpit shower  
Galley: Compact sink cover with cutting board  
Hifi Fusion RA210 + Interior loudspeakers & Waterproof exterior  
Dual USB socket: in the saloon (x 1), in the forward cabin (x 1), in  
the aft cabins (x 1), Starboard helmstation (x 1)  
Full 230 V system (5 Inside sockets, 1 Shore power socket)  
40 Amperes battery charger, IBS sensor, Navicolor 3''5 screen  
1 AGM amperes additional service battery (95Ah)  
Mosquito nets for opening portholes  
Saloon: LED indirect lighting  
Galley: Stainless steel 2 burner oven/grill cooker on gimbal (in lieu 
of standard)  
Bottle storage under floor  
1 000 W Electric windlass (Remote control)  
Aft transom protection  
Bow stainless steel protection  
"Luxe" polyester drop-leaf cockpit table  
Outboard engine bracket  
Double berth in saloon  
Galley: Sea water foot pump with cool box draining function  
Saloon & Cabins: Fans 

PVC Marlin Weiss Upholstery

In-Mast Furling

Upwind and Downwind Pack

Starboard manual (H35.2 STA) rigging winch to replace the winch feeder
+ 1 Cadet Grey halyard bag  
Polyester bowsprit with integrated anchoring gear and bobstay (for  
Code 0 and asymmetric spinnaker)  
Asymmetrical spinnaker rigging / Code 0 (sheets, Blocks, Halyards)  
Additional jammers (on the roof for the halyard or on the coaming  
for the Genoa sheet, depending on the pack)  
Rigging run back to cockpit (except boom topping lift)  
2 Manual (H40.2 STA) genoa sheet winches + Aluminum "Speed Grip"  
winch handle + Winch handle box  
Genoa sheet tracks on roof with traveller (pulls back the traveller on
the self-trimming jib rail)  
Genoa sheet on furler, high strength Dacron C-breeze (to replace the  
standard self-tacking jib) 

Raymarine offshore pack

1 i70s display at port side helm station  
DST810 Sensor (Log, Speedometer, Temperature)  
Wind Sensor (Windvane, Anenometer) 

Starboard helmstation:  
- 1 Steering console  
- 1 7'' Axiom + multi-function touchscreen (GPS, Chart plotter, Card  
reader - Navionics®+ Blank cartography included)  
- 1 Console cover, Cadet Grey  
P70s autopilot + control (to port)  
Chart table: RAY73 VHF, AIS receiver function

Aft fairleads

Windlass control in the cockpit

Luxe cadet grey Sprayhood and Bimini

2 Black composite steering wheels

Bow thruster

Electric quiet flush sea water toilets forward and aft

White hull

Opening porthole in the cockpit for aft cabins

Pleated blind for hull portholes

Iro-deck cockpit floor

Antifouled, launched and commissioned

Manufacturer Provided Description

The 37 footer capitalizes on the innovations of the seventh generation of Oceanis cruisers, which it completes. The Oceanis 37.1 is the eighth model launched since 2017 and it has all the line’s hallmarks and offers eco-friendly solutions like an optional electric motor or iroko slatted cockpit floor. The outdoor space is very open, with an absence of back stays – a layout used successfully on the Oceanis 30.1 and Oceanis 34.1. The generous double spreaders on the Oceanis 37.1 promise excellent performances. To retain easy handling shorthanded, all the rigging is brought back to the two aft winches. Only the halyards remain grouped around the coachroof. All the instruments, including a 7-inch plotter can be found on the starboard helm console.

The hull is flared with a rib giving it fluid lines below water and achieving greater power and stability. It also improves the hull rigidity, controls the weight well, and provides greater volume inside the bow. The Oceanis 37.1 cruiser’s volume is remarkable. The generous space in the saloon is nearly as large as a 40 footer. TThe saloon is offset to port with a sofa for relaxing and a comfortable table for six, facing the lengthwise galley. The fore cabin has a breathtaking view of the horizon through two large portholes integrated in the hull side. In the two-bathroom version, the bed is positioned against the starboard hull and is of generous proportions. Comfort at the stern is optimal. In the standard version, there is a king-size double bed and a huge sail locker can be accessed from inside or out.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.