2023 Beneteau America Oceanis Yacht 54

The two architects behind this free-flowing, wonderfully nimble 54-footer are Roberto Biscontini and Lorzenzo Argento, whose creation paves the way for a new generation of high-end cruisers that optimize cockpit and interior layouts without any sacrifices to performance, practicality, or comfort. The yacht carries the unmistakable DNA of the Oceanis range, a delicate balance of form and function that make her as pretty as she is capable, and as focussed as she is versatile, equally ready for a fast ocean passage or a leisurely double-handed sunset cruise. With an emphasis on build quality, high-end materials, and the innovative vision that has always been a staple of the BENETEAU brand, the Oceanis Yacht 54 truly represents the pinnacle of the modern monohull cruising design.

With a straight stem allowing for new interior volumes in the bow area, and a maximum beam (16.3 feet) carried further aft, the Oceanis Yacht 54 offers a state-of-the-art, perfectly balanced hull that maximizes thrills in all conditions. Movement on deck was given special attention, particularly around the cockpit, which modernizes the traditional center cockpit design into a flush layout with distinct areas dedicated to lounging and sailing. Aptly drawn coamings and high bulwarks provide increased safety while transiting to the foredeck, and access to the sea is provided by the spacious swim platform, which, when deployed, reveals the space below the cockpit to store an eight-foot inflatable tender. The Oceanis Yacht 54 is available with three different drafts: shoal, deep and performance, which measure 6.4, 8.2 and 9.9 feet respectively.

Lorenzo Argento’s objective in designing the interior was to create a warm, modern atmosphere with as much natural light and ventilation as possible. The Oceanis Yacht 54’s layouts reflect a desire to meet the needs of modern-day owners, through well-engineered, versatile cabin arrangements that provide unrivaled levels of comfort and capacious storage space. Tables and seating areas have been reimagined to offer both conviviality and practicality, and access to all major systems and components hides in plain sight. There are two versions available, a 3-cabin 2-head or a 3-cabin 3-head, and both can be built using light oak or walnut.

Basic Boat Info

Make: Beneteau America
Model: Oceanis Yacht 54
Year: 2023
Condition: New
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Keel Type: Other Keel


Length: 56'2 ft
Length Overall: 56'2 ft
Length Of Deck: 52'5 ft
Waterline Length: 50'6 ft
Beam: 16'5 ft
Max Draft: 8'2 ft
Min Draft: 6'7 ft
Bridge Clearance: 78'9 ft
Dry Weight: 36586 lb
Ballast: 9376 lb


Fuel Tank Capacity: 106 gal
Water Tank Capacity: 190 gal


Boat Class: Cruisers
More Info :
  • Design made following European Directive requirements and according to CE certification

  • ISO 12215 certified structure

  • Balsa sandwich infused hull

  • Vacuum infused structural inner liner (Fabric - resin) bonded to the hull

  • Deck in glass fiber/balsa wood sandwich infusion, with non-slip "diamond point" surface

  • Cast iron keel attached with bolts and bonded stainless steel backplate

  • Twin rudders affixed with stainless steel stock

  • White hull - Aluminum grey hull decoration

  • 8 Hull portlights

Deck Equipment


  • Depending on version:
    - Aluminimum mast with in-mast furling deck-stepped, 2 Aft swept spreaders
    - Performance classical aluminimum mast deck-stepped (+ 1,80 m / 5’11’’) 3 Aft swept spreaders

  • Split backstay (Hydraulic optional extra)

  • Single-strand rigging

  • Anodized aluminum boom

  • Harken blocks at mast foot

  • Rigid boom vang

  • 2 Stand-up blocks for mainsail sheet on mainsail cradle

  • 1 Self-tacking jib track with traveller

  • All lines lead back to the helm stations (except boom uphaul and
    Genoa halyard)

  • Complete running rigging:
    - Main halyard
    - Genoa halyard with tensionning track on the mast - Boom topping lift with cleat on mast
    - Mainsheet
    - 1 Self-tacking jib sheet

  • Mainsail furler and self-clinching jib furler on deck

  • 7 Halyard clutches (1 triple to starboard, 2 doubles to port)

  • Halyard covers

  • 1 Flag halyard


  • 1 Manual self-tailing winch to starboard (H50.2 STA)
  • 1 Port side manual self-tailing winch (H50.2 STA)
  • 1 Aluminum Speed Grip winch handle
  • Stowage of which handles in dedicated space in rope bags


  • Dacron furling mainsail with Natural UV protection
  • Dacron self-tacking jib with Natural UV protection


  • Polyester bowsprit with integrated anchoring gear and bobstay with spinnaker chainplate (for Code 0 and asymmetric spinnaker)

  • Self-draining chain locker, Clench bolt, Piston-driven cover

  • Single roller stainless steel bow fitting

  • 12 V - 1 500 W vertical electric windlass - Remote control in mooring locker

  • 6 Aluminum mooring cleats (Length: 40 cm / 1’4’’)

  • Stainless steel chafing plate


Access through T70 deck hatch, Passage width: 0,65 x 0,65 m / 2’2’’ x 2’2’’

  • Stainless steel ladder
  • Shelving and stowage trays
  • LED lighting
  • 1 115 V Power outlet


  • 1 Stainless steel open pulpit

  • 2 Stainless steel aft pulpits with integrated fairlead

  • 1 Stainless steel aft central pulpit (Height: 960 mm / 3’2’’)

  • 4 stainless steel handrails on coachroof (2 Genoa track)

  • 1 Lifebuoy support bracket on aft pulpit

  • Wooden flagstaff (1 m/3’3’’) with integrated support on deck

  • Double life lines and stainless steel stanchions (Height: 620 mm / 2’) - Side boarding gate on either side

  • Emergency ladder on pushpit



  • Self-bailing cockpit
  • Teak decking
  • 2 Sail lockers below cockpit seating
  • 2 Stowage lockers behind the cockpit with stainless steel support for the fenders (650 x 390 mm / 2’2’’ x 1’3’’)
  • 1 Access hatch to tender garage
  • 2 Cockpit tables on stainless steel fixed base, teak table top with 2 extension leaves, stainless steel cup holders on the ends with handrail function and 1 long handrail along its full length (electric base in trim)
  • Teak slats on cockpit benches
  • 2 Aft helmsman's seat with stowage, teak slats
  • Side helm seats, slatted teak
  • Foldaway helmsman foot chock
  • 2 Steering wheel consoles: 
  • Stainless steel steering wheels with anthracite leather covering (diameter 900 mm/2’11’’) fixed on white, aluminum lacquered pedestral
  • Steering gear at the helm station
  • Stainless steel steering chain transmission system
  • Black lacquered stainless steel hand rail
  • 1 Emergency tiller
  • 1 Steering compass on port console
  • Engine throttle and control panel on starboard
  • 1 PPMA folding companionway door in the bottom of the cockpit -Sliding hatch made of PMMA
  • Liferaft locker in front of the companionway (Space for 12 person liferaft: 0,96 m x 0,59 m x 0,40 m / 3’2’’ x 1’11’’ x 1’4’’)
  • Courtesy lighting (7 LED lighting points, warm white lighting)
  • 2 Waterproof exterior speakers


  • Fully opening transom, convertible into swim platform (2,61 m x 0,93 m / 8’7’’ x 3’1’’)
  • 3 Folding access steps to the cockpit to starboard
  • Electrically controlled opening on console
  • Teak decking on swim deck
  • 1 Stainless steel, removable bathing ladder with dedicated stowage
    in the cockpit

Accessible from the platform and from the cockpit
Can be used to house a Highfield UL240 type tender (2,48 m x 1,69 m x 0,80 m / 8’2’’ x 5’7’’ x 2’7’’)

  • 1 Touch-operated ceiling LEDs
  • Tender launching system, avaliable as an option
  • 1 Cockpit shower with mixer tap in the tender garage

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