About the Oceanis 370
The Oceanis 370 is a monohull cruiser. She was built by the shipyard of Bénéteau in France. The yacht was designed by naval architect Philippe Briand and is 10.6 m long. The overall length is 10.85 m and the waterline length is 9.63 m. The main beam is 3.80 m and the draft of the standard version is 1.55 m. The sail area has a sloop type of rigging in head. The sail area is approximately 58.00 m2 with a mainsail of 27.00 m2. It has a recommended engine power of 27 hp and a fuel volume of 100 L.
The Oceanis 370 Model Yacht
The model of the Oceanis 370 is 60 cm long, 17 cm wide and 80 cm high. All model materials used in the construction are selected and prepared from selected hardwoods with polished metal fittings and the sails are hand-sewn. All models are ready to be displayed and come with a wooden base and brass nameplate. This Oceanis 370 model is the result of extensive research and careful planning. Each motor yacht model is built by our experienced craftsmen using the traditional plank-on-frame construction technique and requires several hundred hours of work. We also offer a selection of attractive display cases so that your model can be displayed in a dust-free environment.
At Premier Ship Models, we work with reputable suppliers around the world, including manufacturers in the Indian Ocean. We partnered with our manufacturer in Mauritius, and have been able to work together to better respond to the needs of the International market. We produce hand-made wooden ship models for museums, associations, foreign enthusiasts and collectors and even hold workshops for visitors who are interested in how our models are made.