|This new world designed by Beneteau stems from a collaboration between Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design and the Italian stylist Pierrangelo Andreani. The first in the range, the Oceanis Yacht 62 offers the key to a new art of having a wonderful time at sea together.
The Oceanis Yacht has that distinctive line recognized by all. She is elegant on the water, encircled with large windows, and her appearance has everything you would expect of an exceptional boat. The Oceanis Yacht 62 has a reassuring design that is balanced and maneuverable, with a performance oriented chined hull, twin rudders and a perfectly centered sail plan.
New deck plan, new silhouette, new art of having a wonderful time at sea together, new sensations at the helm...
The incredibly original layout of the Oceanis Yacht 62 is centred on a spacious saloon and separate spaces enjoying great privacy. Bathed in light by huge hull portholes, this luxuriously designed yacht offers noble materials and exclusive woodwork finishes.
The transom opens wide creating a rear platform designed like a terrace over the sea, accessed by a few safe steps located on either side of the dinghy garage. It all opens and closes with hydraulics. Really easy to access, the dinghy garage makes launching considerably easier.
SUN BATHING AREAS
The six sun beds are ideally distributed between the stern of the yacht, cockpit, coachroof and foredeck (double sun bed with lights and speakers built in), offering endless opportunities for pleasure and relaxation.
Located at the stern of the boat, the cockpit galley with plancha and sink adjusts to the right height automatically. Drink holders, lights, chopping board - everything detail been thought of.
With an opening roof, the Bimini hard top is an innovative solution protecting from the sun and bad weather. With built-in light and atomiser to refresh the cockpit, it can easily support solar panels or a wind turbine.
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||Oceanis Yacht 62|
||62' 7" - 19.07m|
|Keel / Ballast
||2.90m deep and 2.3m shallow keel options.|
||Rushcutters Bay NSW|
||New South Wales|
||Berret Racoupeau/Andreani Design.|
||Fibreglass/GRP Infused balsa sandwich hull. Infused solid laminate base of hull.|
||Deck in balsa and fiberglass sandwich covered in "diamond point" type non-slip surface. Optional teak decking.|
||YANMAR 6BY3- 160 CV/HP - SD|
||3 blade feathering propeller|
||Optional bow and stern thrusters.|
||Optional 17.5 kVA Generator.|
||3 Fuel tanks (2 x 230 L + 1 x 540 L - Electronic gauge - 3 Deck fillers|
||Various options to suit an owners requirement including a fixed composite bimini top.|
||3 or 4 cabin layouts in light oak or Mahaogany with various trimmings, options and colours for personalisation.|
||Luxury inline galley to starboard.
Headroom: 2,06 m / 6'9''
2 Météor leather sheathed stainless steel handrails
Oven / grill / hob with 3 burners on stainless steel Luxe mounting (retractable top and front)
Cupboard and drawers for pans and lids
Cooler with cooling unit (1 x 300 L - 2 openings from the top, 1 front door)
Lacquered upper units
Corian Deep Mink work top with built-in fiddles
Large rectangular stainless steel sink, with hot/cold water mixer tap (2 covers in Corian)
3 Hull portholes with blackout blinds
1 Fixed coachroof side window with blind
5 LED ceiling lights
1 LED strip light under upper lockers
2 x 2 Sockets 230V
||Stainless steel bowsprit with single stem roller, Tack for asymmetrical spinnaker or Code 0
Self-draining chain locker
Lockable access panel to the chain locker in the sail locker
24 V - 2 000 W vertical electrical windlass - Remote control
8 aluminium mooring cleats (400mm / 1'4'')
||Electric, manual and automatic bilge pumps.|
||12,24 and 240V systems fitted.|
|Various B&G pacgakes available.|
||Dacron furling genoa, double thickness with UV protection strip
Fully-battened Dacron mainsail with logo, double thickness
Lazy Jack and Lazy Bag in Natural colour
Carbon composte sails
Selft tacking jib or staysail
Code Zero and Assymetrical spinnakers.
|Mast / Rigging
||Traditional 9/10ths tapered anodised aluminium mast - deck-stepped - 3 sets of swept back spreaders, steaming light. Available in carbon or black/white painted alloy.
Optional in mast furling.
Folding mast steps
Anodised aluminium boom with optional Carbon canoe boom.
Stainless steel standing rigging
Single backstay split to bridle (hydraulic option)
Rigid boom vang (hydraulic option)
Genoa furler (electrical option) - drum on deck
2 Stand-up blocks for mainsail on fixed composite arch
2 Genoa tracks with piston adjusted traveller cars - 2 genoa sheet turning blocks
Complete running rigging:
- 2:1 Dyneema purchase mainsail halyard
- Dyneema genoa halyard on tensioning rail
- Boom topping lift
- 2 Genoa sheets (2 single-line reef - 1 dual-line reef)
9 Jammers (2 as an option for staysail halyard and spinnaker halyard)
2 Rope tail bags
Preparation for downwind sail rigging (asymmetrical spinnaker - Code 0)
(accessible from each helm station)
2 Genoa sheet manual winches (Code 0 / Spinnaker) - self tailing 70.2 STC
2 Manual manoeuvre winches - 46.2 STC
2 Speedgrip winch handles
2 Winch handle boxes
||The most advanced and well thought out tender garage in this size of yacht.
1 Access hatch in the cockpit sole between the 2 helm stations for access without opening
Tender garage: 3,49 x 1,70 m / 11'5'' x 5'7''
Canvas cover to close tender compartment and textile stowage bags
A stair case leading to the cockpit on either side allowing very easy access for an owner.