28.5' Beneteau Oceanis 281 Cruising Monohull Rental in Baden, France
PRICES from 01.01 till 17.04 - €850 18.04 - 10.07 --------- €1050 11.07 - 21.08 --------- €1300 22.08 - 11.09 --------- €1050 12.09 - 31.12 --------- €850 Launched in 1995, and d Cruising World's 'Boat of the Year' in the 'Best Pocket Cruiser' category just a few months later, the Oceanis 281 still has a strong following amongst blue water yacht enthusiasts over a decade later. The Oceanis 281 was designed by Groupe Finot to be a safe yet exciting family cruiser and she remains a popular family yacht and charter boat thanks to her easy, stable handling and comfortable accommodation. Constructed by Beneteau in GRP, it was heralded as a marvel of naval engineering thanks to its solid reinforced monohull, which was based on a glued and laminated inner moulding to create an internal frame. Groupe Finot (who may not have heard what the builders of the Titanic said about theirs) describe the Oceanis 281 as 'unsinkable' and it is certainly the case that this yacht has a sturdy feel to it and offers stable sailing in the harshest weather conditions. The 'sandwich' design of the fibreglass deck gives a similar double layer of protection against ocean mishaps above board, including those of a 'winch handle on teak deck' nature. The roller furling genoa and semi-battened main make for relatively easy rigging and this is a yacht that offers relaxed blue water cruising. The deck design certainly makes the accommodation well-insulated and the Oceanis 281 provides snug cruising in colder waters, with sufficiently good ventilation for warmer climes. The U-shaped saloon comfortably seats six around the table and the yacht has good natural lighting from the fixed port lights on either side of the hull. The L-shaped galley is well laid out and there are thoughtful touches such as the opening porthole above the gimballed stove.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 6 guests
- Cruising Monohull
pThis charming marina has allnbspbr the amenities: a captaincy with modern toilet, restaurant, food shop in the village.ppnbspppDiscover the cruise in the Gulf to Vannes,nbspbr the island of Arz, the river Auray ... and the Quiberon bay with multiple stops always sheltered from prevailing winds.ppnbspppA cruise between land and sea in a magical sitenbspbr with lights constantly renewed.p
Features & Details
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Inboard Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.