Beneteau First 25.7 s

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The Beneteau First 25.7 s Yacht has already joined the ranks of the greats, whatever the intended sailing programme. Her sleek hull, fixed or pivoting keel and high aspect sail plan are guarantees of sailing efficiency and speed. She is responsive to the helm and the simplicity of her deck layout provides plenty of room for a family of four adults in the cockpit.

With the lift keel up (only 62 cms draft!) she can reach the most secluded up-creek paradises, as well as reach any drying or shallow moorings.

  • Performs at all points of sail
  • Easy to handle and maintain
  • Seperate forecabin and heads
  • Twin rudders
  • Excellent stowage
  • Double berth in saloon


  • L.O.A 7.90 m
  • Length of hull 7.50 m
  • L.W.L. 7.35 m
  • Width of hull 2.75 m
  • Draught with retractable keel 0.85 m / 1.85 m
  • Ballast with retractable keel 620 kg
  • Short draught 1.45 m
  • Short ballast weight 615 kg
  • Air draught 12.50 m
  • Light displacement EC 2 150 kg
  • Fuel tank capacity 30 l
  • Freshwater capacity 40 l
  • Engine power 14 HP


  • Finot Conq et Associés


  • Category B - 4 persons
  • Category C - 5 persons
  • Category D - 6 persons
  • Mainsail 19.90 m²
  • Genoa 100 %-16.70 m²
  • Symmetric spi 51.53 m²
  • Asymmetric spi 46.10 m²
  • I 10.30m
  • J 2.96 m
  • P 9.80 m
  • E 3.50 m

The hull is a single-skinned GRP laminate. A structural inner moulding formed with unidirectional materials is bonded and laminated to the hull at various points. This plays an important structural role by absorbing the loads and pressure points (shroud chain-plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) throughout the structure, spreading these to reduce stresses on the hull. The surface material of the inner moulding makes it easier to clean and provides a better finish.
The hull gel coat is grey in colour.

The deck is of glass fibre / balsa / polyester resin sandwich construction to achieve an improved balance of rigidity/lightness and optimal insulation.
All working and circulation areas are treated with 'Picot' non-slip coating. An inner moulding is bonded to the deck interior to improve its finish.

The hull deck joint is formed by an unvarnished teak toerail, bonded and screwed in position. It's mechanised assembly ensures that the hull deck joint is watertight, and provides extra safety while moving about on

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