The new Beneteau Oceanis 60


The new Oceanis flagship cruiser has all the characteristics of a masterpiece. It looks majestic, its cockpit is exceptional and comfort on board is second to none, on a voyage or at anchor. With 130 years of constant innovation, once again the Beneteau yard champions its seafaring vocation and  opens boundless horizons to cruising.

The Oceanis range, which Beneteau created in 1986, has been extended by the Oceanis 60, to be shown at the coming autumn boat shows. This new flagship is characterized by an exceptionally large cockpit, an exclusive look and comfort at sea. This large boat champions the vocation of the yard to always offer new cruising prospects.

An original deck layout, an elegant and efficient hull extending into a stainless steel nose section, very spacious interiors with refined fittings and fixtures… Beneath its appearance of a big yacht, the Oceanis 60 definitely is a boat cut out for long trips.

Quite uniquely, the Oceanis 60 extends life outdoors well beyond the two helm wheels. The stern deckconstitutes a marvellous new lounge area, putting the Oceanis 60 in the lead in terms of the dimensions of its cockpit. Beneath the deck, the swimdeck automatically closes over the storage space reserved for the tender: in the twinkling of an eye the tender effortlessly slips back into its ‘cabin’.


A seafaring vessel, the Oceanis 60 has a hull designed to perform with moderate list. The ropes are channelled towards the stern and meet around the helmsman. The fixed roll bar ingeniously clears all of the mainsail rigging for safe and easy sailing. Finally, for long journeys the boat can be equipped with wind turbines, solar panels and large water and fuel tanks (1,020 and 1,080 litres maximum respectively).

New harmonies created by the anthracite hull lining combined with shiny varnished woods steep interiors in an enveloping softness.

Bathed in light thanks to the extra-wide glazing over the companionway, and XXL portholes, the entire boat is stamped with the mark of unrivalled generosity: living areas on a single level foster communication between the big L-shaped galley, the office area with map table, the dining area with its fold-away, pivoting wooden table, and the settee.

Whether you choose the version with three cabins or with four – rounded off with a cabin for the skipper if so desired – you will enjoy the comfort of showers separate from the heads and splendid views of the sea from each cabin.

1 Forward cabin - 1 Head version, 2 Aft cabins
2 head compartments + Forepeak cabin (optional)
2 forward cabins - 2 head compartments, 2 Aft cabins
2 head compartments + Forepeak cabin (optional)