The Beneteau Oceanis Clipper 361 was designed by Berret Racoupeau in 2001 as a successor to the popular Oceanis 352, with new features including a different cockpit and deck design, separate galley and head, forward facing nav station and generous salon. This family sized cruising yacht combines ease of handling with a well laid out interior and the quality of finish one would expect of a Beneteau Oceanis. She is a popular choice of yacht for charter sailing and her balance and responsiveness under sail and smooth motoring have won her many friends amongst blue water enthusiasts.
This is a yacht than can be easily handled by two people in moderate to bad weather, and she feels balanced and responsive under sail, whatever the conditions. Her performance is good and the Beneteau 361 is an excellent example of what a 36 foot cruiser can do when sailing or motoring.
The Oceanis 361 has been well laid out for casual and relatively effortless sailing, hence her popularity with those looking for a blue water or coastal charter yacht. Visibility from the helm station is good and the self-tailing genoa wiches, bracing places for feet and console-mounted throttle controls are located within easy reach of the helm.
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