Following the introduction of the Oceanis 58, the new Oceanis 50 features the same sleek coachroof, long side windows, a fully integrated mainsail arch with all the ergonomic ease of detailed design to make the most of all her generous space. Continuing the partnership with Berret/Racoupeau and Nauta Design, the Oceanis 50 showcases an enriched interior that feels even more contemporary and open. On deck, the new direction is more evident. Along with the Oceanis 58, the Oceanis 50 will be one of the first production cruising yachts to benefit from a fixed spray hood arch on which the mainsheet is integrated into a visually pleasing addition.
Access to the saloon by a gently sloping companionway stair (made possible by the deck mounted arch which keeps the mainsheet clear of the cockpit) with handrails for security is very comfortable to navigate. To port is a truly home sized galley with high, deep cabinets, a multitude of drawers and plenty of storage. Forward, the splendic owner's cabin offers magnificent space and numerous well-thought out storage compartments. This sailing yacht with its clean lines offers a choice of two or three cabin versions for sailing as a couple or cruising with a bigger family. The design is luxurious and contemporary in this Oceanis with woodwork in lustrous mahogany Alpi, LED lighting, and stainless steel and leather.
Draft: 5 ft. 9 in.
Beam: 14 ft. 9 in.
Fuel tank capacity: 62
Water tank capacity: 149