Beneteau Oceanis 40.1 Shared Ownership

Deposit 24,695 Tax Paid | UK


  • Make Beneteau
  • Model Oceanis 40.1 Shared Ownership
  • Year 2021
  • LOA 40ft/12m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Sail Drive
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 3
  • Aft Cabins 2
  • Ancasta Ref 35315
  • Name Beneteau Oceanis 40.1 Shared Ownership


A fantastic opportunity to own this brand new Beneteau Oceanis 40.1 as part of our Shared Ownership program.
This is the future of boat ownership; where outlay and depreciation are equal to your time spent aboard. We have developed this program to take all the stress out of boat ownership, enabling owners to have turn key enjoyment without the time consuming hassle of maintenance. If you don't have the time for outright ownership, you can own quarter, third or half of this boat through our program and we will take care of the rest!

You can be a part owner on this Brand New Model Beneteau Oceanis 40.1 with a deposit of £24,695 including VAT and a monthly payment of £1,254 - which covers all the costs of ownership including; boat finance, maintenance, servicing, winterisation, insurance and more. We have also factored in a contingency so you will not be required to reach into your pocket for the duration of the partnership agreement. Ancasta are offering a guaranteed buyback on the boat at the end of the agreed term if the syndicate members wish to upgrade or move on. You can read more on our Shared Ownership Program at

All new 2020 model Beneteau Oceanis 40.1 from the drawing board of Lombard with interior by Nauta Design.

A brand new yacht to the Beneteau range, the Oceanis 40.1 offers an excellent combination of easy to handle sail plan, exciting and rewarding cruising plus spacious and flexible accommodation below decks.
This three double cabin layout example comes fully equipped with extras such as comprehensive B&G navigation electronics, solid wood decks and cockpit sole, electric fold down bathing platform, in-mast furling main with upgraded headsail, retractable bowthruster plus much more. As part of the Shared Ownership Program we have factored into the costs a Boat Manager, who will take care of the daily running of the boat, including maintenance and servicing so the owners can sit back and enjoy their time aboard.

For any further details on our program, please contact the Swanwick Ancasta on 0044 (0)1489 854455 or email


Naval Architect: Marc Lombard
Outside & interior design: Nauta Design
Oceanis 40.1 comfort trim level 2021
Oceanis 40.1 up & downwind pack
Oceanis 40.1 offshore electronics pack 2021
Oceanis 40.1 mooring/anchor pack

Pearl Grey GRP hull
Deep iron keel
Twin wheel steering
Twin rudders hung with stainless steel stock
Electrically opening bathing platform c/w 2 remotes
Solid wood slatted side decks, bathing platform, helm seats & cockpit floor

L.O.A 12,87m 42’3’’
L.W.L. 11,70m 38’5’’
Beam 4,18m 13’9’’
Deep draft (Cast iron) 2,17m 7’1’’
Deep ballast weight 2 007kg 4,423 lbs
Air draft 18,33m 60’2’’
Light displacement 8180kg 18,290 lbs

All figures approximate


Anodised aluminium mast, deck stepped with in-mast furling system, 2 Aft swept spreaders
Anodised aluminium boom
Classic stainless steel wire standing rigging
Split backstay
Rigid boom vang with tackle
Complete running rigging: main halyard, genoa halyard with cleat on mast, boom topping lift with cleat on mast, mainsheet bridle
9 x clutches
2 x flag halyards
2 x halyard bags

2 x Self tailing coachroof winches (H40.2 STA) on the coachroof
2 x Genoa sheet winches
Electric halyard winch upgrade - port

Dacron furling mainsail
Dacron furling genoa in lieu of self tacker
Oceanis 40.1 laminate Code 0 (Ultimate Sails)

2 x genoa sheet winches
Additional clutches
GRP bowsprit with integral anchor stowage
Code O / Spinnaker rigging
Genoa sheet tracks on side decks

All figures approximate


Comfort trim level
Three cabins two heads
2 Electric quiet flush toilets
Interior woodwork white oak alpi
Brown oak laminated flooring - white oak only
Winner Silver 135 - upholstery in saloon
Beige padding in cabins
LED indirect lighting in saloon
LED courtesy lighting in cockpit
Fusion Stereo
Dual USB sockets at chart table and each cabin
Mosquito nets for all opening portholes
Opening cockpit portholes to both aft cabins
Full 6 person interior pack
3 Maximus custom double mattress protector
Eberspacher D5 4 outlet heating system for Oceanis 40.1 3 cabin

Headroom: 2,00m / 6’7’’
U shaped saloon bench - double density foam
Additional bench seat in saloon - winner silver 139
Saloon table, wooden top, 2 fixed aluminium legs
Storage under bench seats
1 Hull porthole
2 Coaming windows with pleated blinds
2 Opening deck hatches with mosquito screen/blinds

Headroom: 1,97m / 6’6’’
Nav table with fiddle
Switch panel on bulkhead for access to electrical functions
Stowage against the bulkhead below the chart table
1 Opening porthole in coaming
1 Fixed coaming window with pleated blind

Headroom: 1,91m / 6’3’’
C-shaped galley
Stainless steel sink 2 rectangular basins - 1 Mixer tap with hot/cold pressurised water
Gas cooker 2 burners - Stainless steel oven on gimbal - Stainless steel handrail
220v Microwave
190L / 50 US Gal fridge with icebox, top opening and front opening
Fitted lockers and closed shelving
Open shelving above stove and sink
Low-level stowage below sink
Bin with access on the work top
2 Coaming windows with pleated blinds
1 Hull porthole
1 Flush deck hatch with blind/mosquito net

OWNER'S CABIN (Forward cabin):
Headroom: 1,94m / 6’4’’
1 Central double bed (2,03 x 1,60 - 1,31m / 6’8’’ x 5’3’’ - 4’4’’)
2 Hanger closets, open storage compartment along the hull
1 bedside table on each side of the bed
2 Spotlights on the headboard
3 Flush deck hatches with blind/mosquito net
2 Portholes with sliding blind

The forward cabin has a large head to starboard comprising:
Private entrance through forward cabin
Shower with Perspex door - self-draining storage tray - 1 mixer tap
1 Manual toilet
1 50 L / 131 US Gal rigid holding tank
1 Polyester basin - 1 Hot/cold water mixer tap
1 Cabinet + Storage space under the basin
1 Mirror
1 Deck hatch with blind/mosquito net

Headroom: 1,93m / 6’4’’
1 Double bed (2,04 x 1,37 x 1,21m / 6’8’’ x 4’6’’ x 4’)
1 Hanging locker
1 Spotlight on the headboard
1 Hull porthole with curtain
1 Opening porthole below cockpit seat with curtain

Headroom: 1,95m / 6’5’’
Access from the saloon or the starboard aft cabin
Shower with Perspex door - self-draining storage tray - 1 mixer tap -
White polyester shower base
1 Manual toilet
1 80 L / 21 US Gal rigid holding tank
1 Polyester basin - 1 Hot/cold water mixer tap
1 Cabinet + Storage space under the basin
2 Mirrors
1 Opening porthole in coaming

Headroom: 1,93m / 6’4’’
1 Double bed (2,04 x 1,37 x 1,21m / 6’8’’ x 4’6’’ x 4’)
1 Hanging locker
1 Spotlight on the headboard
1 Hull porthole with curtain
1 Opening porthole below cockpit seat with curtain

All figures approximate


Saildrive to three bladed folding propeller
Retractable bowthruster

12V circuit
All batteries upgraded to AGM
Battery charge display
4 x service batteries (115 Ah) - 1 x Engine battery (120 Ah)
12 V electrical panel on the chart table with single USB socket
220v system with sockets, 60A battery charger and shore power socket

Rigid 195L diesel tank.
Rigid 195L fresh water tank - plus additional 330l water tank
Rigid black water holding tank for each WC

Pressurised hot and cold water system
Hot & cold cockpit shower
40L electric calorifier using engine or shore power to heat water.

All figures approximate


B&G 7" Zeus Plotter at port and starboard helm station.
B&G V60 VHF with AIS receiver
Speed, log and depth sensor.
NAC3 Autopilot with helm control
WR10 wireless autopilot remote
PC Interface.
Wind sensor

Anchor, chain, and warp - Delta 20KG - Chain x 32M, Warp x 45M
Electric windlass 1000w with cockpit control and chain counter
Mooring lines and fenders

1 Ocean ISO9650 raft 6M C
1 Fire blanket (1.1m x 1.1m)
3 Fire extinguisher 1Kg dry powder
1 Fire extinguisher (for engine bay) GTFE1000 1KG
1 Gas foghorn & canister set
1 Offshore First Aid kit
1 Ocean Safety coastal flare pack
1 Throwing line & holder
6 KRU Sports Pro automatic lifejacket with harness
6 Ocean Signal Rescue Me personal AIS/DSC
6 Safety line 2 hook locking
1 Jonbuoy rescue sling
1 Softwood bungs pack
1 Jonbuoy inflatable danbuoy c/w light
1 Echomax x-band radar target enhancer (mast mounted)
1 Lifebuoy & holder c/w Apollo light, lifebuoy drogue & pocket, reflective tape & whistle for MCA

Luxe coachroof sprayhood - cadet grey
Aft Fairleads
Auxiliary outboard motor bracket (for tender)
Electrically opening bathing platform c/w remote
Luxe Polyester/Wood Cockpit Table with white PVC cover
Side boarding gates
Solid wood helm seats
Fusion system with interior and exterior speakers
Dolce 51 cockpit cushions with backrests
Luxe cockpit bimini - cadet grey
330L Additional rigid water tank
Hot/cold cockpit shower
Full mooring kit
1 Zodiac Cadet 270 Aero dinghy
1 Yamaha F4 BMHS outboard

1 Big sphere fender (55cm diameter)
1 Telescopic boathook
1 Deck brush
1 Additional cleaning kit (above basic deck brush)
1 Galley crash-bar strap
1 Tool kit
1 Cordless 18v reversible drill with light, hammer option
1 Gerber Bear Grylls compact multi-tool
1 Hose reel & fittings
1 Anchor ball
1 Pilot book
1 Log book
1 Nautical almanac
1 VHF radio procedure card
1 Clock & barometer set
1 Portland course plotter kit
1 Dividers & parallel rule
1 Local chart set (UK only)
1 Binoculars
1 Hand-held compass
2 Bucket (10 litres)
1 Water jerry can (10 litres)
3 x 1 litre manufacturer recommended engine oil; 3 x 1 litre recommended coolant
1 Funnel
1 Garmin GPSMAP 78SC hand-held GPS (waterproof/colour/plotter)
1 Icom M35 hand-held VHF (it floats)
1 Navionics Platinum Plus cartridge
4 x floating LED waterproof torches
1 12v search light
1 Signal (motor-sailing) cone

Ancasta are acting as brokers for the vendor who is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended only as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and to have the vessel fully surveyed by a qualified marine surveyor. Details are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Ancasta brokerages. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. Please Note: where the vessel’s status shows as “Preliminary”, details of the vessel have not yet been confirmed by the Vendor.