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The Beneteau Oceanis 390 shares the angular good looks of the rest of the Oceanis line and also breaks new ground in the area of interior design. Like most of Beneteau’s recent designs, the Oceanis 390 has aggressive angular lines with a nearly plumb bow and a slightly reverse transom. The low cabin top provides a nice profile while belying the amount of volume and headroom below.
Beam is carried well aft to a wide stern, regardless of heel angle. A hard chine flowing from well forward all the way aft also helps keep the Oceanis 390 sailing up to five degrees flatter than it otherwise would. For anyone who’s had to brace themselves in a gust, that certainly makes a difference.
The hull is molded in polyester, with a hull liner bonded in at the beginning of the assembly process to increase stiffness. The deck is injection molded with a Saerfoam core to increase strength and reduce weight, after which it is secured to the hull with adhesives and screws, and then “trimmed” with a 1-inch toe rail. The keel is cast iron. The rudder stocks are stainless steel.