At first glance, the Oceanis 40 looks like a race car, with its flat and streamlined deck. But this is true only at first sight, as it doesn’t have the speed of a race car. Architects have chosen comfort above velocity, though it doesn’t prevent the Oceanis 40 from being a great performer in light airs. However, when the wind increases, you may need to reduce the area of sail to improve stability. Inside, this sailboat has everything a limo has; it is spacious, comfortable and elegant.
Deck & Cockpit equipment:
Anchor windlass electric , Main anchor-chain , Fenders , Hand bilge pump and handle , Door panels-keys , Boat hook , Winch handles , Dinghy, pump, oars , Outboard motor , Plastic bucket , Water Jerrycan , Diesel jerrycan , Engine oil , Fuel funnel , Deckbrush , Gas bottles , Spare Anchor , Mooring lines , Cockpit table
Cockpit compass , Speed log , Echo sounder , Wind instruments , Hand bearing comp , Divider , Parallel ruler , Greek Waters Pilot , GPS , Plotter , Clock , Barometer , Binoculars , Autopilot
Sails & Rigging
Furling Genoa , Main sail , Bimini top , Sprayhood , Lazy Jacks , Lazy bag Safety equipment :Horseshoe lifebuoy , Floating light , Emergency helm , Life raft , Torch light , Bosun's chair , Radar reflector , Black Ball , Fire extinguishers , Safety belts , Life jackets , Box of flares , First aid kit , Fog horn
Gas stove & oven , Electric fridge , Cuttlery - Kitchen equipment , Pans, plates, glasses, spoons, knifes, etc. - Bed sheets , Pillows , Pillows cases , Blankets , Towels