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Beneteau Oceanis 41 - 2012
Sailboat Name: Tootsie
Designed by Finot-Conq, this generation of Oceanis yachts by Beneteau are simply stunning. And this one is not just a pretty face. There is no question that her Euro-styling is sleek, streamlined and gorgeous, but she’s sensibly functional as well.
There are too many features to detail here, but I will note the highlights and you can discover the rest when you visit us in Tortola. The genius of this yacht begins with the continuous chine added to her impressive new hull design (which helps limit healing) ... and builds from there.
Her mast has been moved aft, allowing almost equal sail area for both the headsail and main. Because the genoa doesn't overlap the main by much, she glides across the water with virtually no weather helm. Fingertip steering, stability, comfort, space and sailing efficiency is what this sailboat is all about! Two additional bonus features the cutter rig has provided, is the fact that it has reduced the amount of heel to less than 15% and she has a very expansive foredeck (with flush mounted hatches), ideal for sunbathing or stargazing on a warm Caribbean night.
She carries all but a few inches of her maximum beam all the way aft to the push button, drop down transom, allowing for an immense cockpit with gobs of space. I have never seen a larger cockpit on a 41' sailboat. Very Nice!
She has what appears to be a radar arch ... but isn’t. The mainsail sheeting is fed to the arch with the arch itself providing your anchor point. This means there is no traveler to get in your way. This clever line handling arrangement does away with the tangle of lines found in most cockpits. The arch also provides an anchor position for the full bimini and dodger and has LED lights installed for handy overhead lighting. Handholds mounted on the outboard sides of the arch make transition from side deck to cockpit much easier for those of us who may not be as spry as we once were.
When at anchor, you will appreciate the electric drop down transom that becomes a very large swim platform. Boarding your dinghy or getting in and out of the water has never been easier.
The companionway stairs are sloped on a 45 degree angle allowing for easy entry to your main salon and her well designed, L-shaped galley. Corian countertops grace the galley as well as a 2 burner stove, oven, refrigerator and double sink. Simple, straight forward and easy to move around.
A Butler's pantry is located adjacent to the galley for additional dry storage and there is a massive lazarette behind that. So ladies, you may bring as much luggage as you like (within reason) and there will be room left over for a cooler, scuba equipment or beach toys!
Both cabins offer irregular queen berths, en suite head with shower, hanging locker space, ample storage and good flow through ventilation!
Plan your British Virgin Islands sailing vacation soon and be sure to book early. The Beneteau Oceanis 41 is a very popular yacht!
Note: ASA Sailing lessons (levels 101, 103 and 104) are available aboard this yacht. Candidates must be at least 12 years of age or over to acquire bareboat certification.
Model: Oceanis 41
Overall length: 40' 7"
Beam: 13' 9"
Draft: 6' 9"
Main sail: Fully battened
Lazy jacks and stack pack
Headsail: Roller furling
Sail area: 902 sq. ft.
Engine make: Yanmar saildrive
Engine size: 40 Hp
Fuel capacity: 53 Gallons
Water capacity: 140 Gallons
Manual heads: 2
10' RIB Dinghy with 9.8 Hp
Electric | Electronics
Inverter/charger: Yes - 12V/220
Shoreside air conditioning
Wi-Fi available for rent
Helm | Cockpit
Cockpit bimini: Canvas
Transom: Electric drop down
Oven and 2 burner stove
Top opening freezer
Stove top coffee maker
Hot & cold water
Large Pantry and Storage
Note: The equipment list is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed. The charter company reserves the right to substitute the dinghy, outboard or any other equipment listed which, from time to time, may need repair or replacement.
Cabins and berths - Maximum 2 to 4 persons
This yacht offers:
2 Queen cabins -
in the following configuration:
Note: Prices and seasonal dates are subject to change without notice.
Pricing and booking information
If considering booking your BVI sailing vacation and would like the price for Tootsie, enter your preferred charter dates at the top of this page and return to the charter rate section to see your net charter fee, including any applicable discounts. Note: The minimum charter period over Christmas or New Years is 7 nights. A sleep aboard is not considered a charter day.
Bareboat charter rates displayed do not include:
BVI Cruising Tax, NPT daytime mooring fees, yacht insurance, hired crew costs, cell phone rental, short term turn around fee (if applicable), security deposit, V.I.S.A.R. donation, prior night sleep aboard fees, fuel charges or cancellation insurance.
Prices indicated are for 7 nights aboard and all charters begin and end at 12:00 noon. If requested, your sleep aboard will begin at 5:00 pm the night prior to your start date.
Until you request a "hold" be placed on Tootsie (and we confirm), availability cannot be guaranteed. A deposit in the amount of 50% of the total charter fee is required within 5 days of placing your hold. Note: The minimum charter period over Christmas or New Years is 7 nights. A sleep aboard is not considered a charter day.
Interested in booking the Beneteau Oceanis 41, Tootsie?
Photos of Tootsie - Beneteau Oceanis 41
BVIYC Repeat Guests: Will receive 10% off BVI sailing vacations lasting 5 nights or longer, regardless of season. Note: A sleep aboard is not considered a charter night.
Last Minute Bargains: Yacht charters booked 42 days or less prior to your start date will receive a 10% discount.
Multiple Yachts: Hire two or more sailboats for the same dates and save. Savings are determined on a case by case basis.
Early Booking: Reserve 365 days or more prior to your charter start date and get 10% off the base yacht price, regardless of season.
Important Note: From time to time, special offers may be available that are not noted above but will be reflected in your full quote, if requested. No two discounts may be combined.
Our Guarantee: You will always receive the best offer available, first time ... every time. Count on it!
Standard bareboat equipment
Pots & pans, dinnerware, glassware and cutlery are provided in quantities matching the capacity of this yacht.
Small first aid kit, binoculars, navigational tools, charts and a cruising guide to the Virgin Islands.
Life jackets are supplied for all aboard. However, if you will have a toddler or very small child aboard, it would be wise to bring a zip up life jacket to Tortola as small life jackets are in very limited supply and fit is not guaranteed.
Towels, bed linens and snorkel gear are supplied for all aboard. Beach towels are not provided.
One roll of toilet paper is provided for each head to get you through your first night aboard. All consumable items such as soap, dish liquid, trash bags, spices, cleaning supplies, etc. are the responsibility of the charter guests.
Notes about hired crew
Accommodations suitable for your captain: Midships bunk cabin | quarter berth cabin | double or queen cabin.
You may also assign an adult forepeak berth provided the captain will have clear access to a head (bathroom) that does not require entering a private cabin occupied by members of your party.
If your group is of a size that requires the use of open berths such as an open midships berth or saloon table conversion, please designate members of your party to fill those spaces.
Please note that captains are hired at your request and are non-cancellable less than 30 days prior to the start of your charter. Should you wish to cancel the captain hired on your behalf less than 30 days in advance, 50% of their fee will become due and payable.