Beneteau Yachts

Enter a new dimension and experience the infinite sea: the Oceanis 58 is a truly exceptional boat in which everything is light,luxury and at one with itself and the sea.

Oceanis 58 will be the largest ever offered in this range. Beneteau is adding this fabulous new model to its range in response to increasing worldwide demand for larger yachts. A large yacht that will be the flagship of the Oceanis range

With its sleek lines, trademark large saloon windows and now a fully integrated mainsheet arch, the Oceanis 58 has combined everything that is best about Beneteau and created a boat that is safe, powerful, comfortable and easy to handle. It will be the perfect complement to the Oceanis range of ultra-contemporary yachts from 31 to 54 feet, and will set the pattern for the future of Beneteau cruising! It will deliver a new interpretation of comfort and luxury under sail.
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In addition this model also offers true blue water cruising solutions with the new arch designed for solar panels and wind generators, and the hull now contains class leading capacities for fuel and water.

With a choice of either three or four spacious cabin layouts, both providing unique views of the sea from the aft cabin windows, and both versions available with an optional crew cabin, there is a layout to suit everyone.

  • Fagship of the Oceanis range
  • Safe, powerful, comfortable and easy to handle.
  • True blue water cruising
  • With a choice of either three or four spacious cabin layouts
Naval Architect Berret Racoupeau
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 18.24 m
Hull Length 17.75 m
Hull Beam 4.99 m
Max. Engine Power 140 HP
Fuel Capacity 480 Lt
Water Capacity 1 020 lt
Draught 2.10 m
Air Draught 27.50 m
CE Certification A12/B13/C14
Light Displacement 21 658 kg
Sail Area Mainsail 89.00 m² • Genoa 120 % 97.50 m²

Design made following European Directive requirements and according to EC certification

  • Monolithic hull design in polyester
  • Monolithic structural counter moulding laminated and stuck to hull • Deck in balsa and glass fibre sandwich covered in «diamond point» type non-slip surface • Deck hull join screwed, stuck and banded with 1 soild wood bulwark, screwed
  • Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless steel veneer and stuck
  • Rudder hung with glass compound stock
  • White coloured hull - Grey metal hull decoration

 

Designed to eat up the miles shorthanded, fast, safely and in utmost comfort, the Beneteau 57 Yacht is the fruit of all the experience gathered by Beneteau and Farr Yacht Design, a pair of winners.

For a perfect control of the sail plan whatever the conditions, the running rigging is led back to the central cockpit, protected by a solid hood.

As for the high quality equipment from the most renowned manufacturers, it has been chosen to offer long range and self reliability: generator, electric manoeuvre winch, standard bow thruster - An exceptional Yacht for demanding sailors with blue water cruising in mind.

Beneteau_57

Naval Architect Farr Design
Length Overall 17.80 m
Hull Length 17.20 m
Hull Beam 4.93 m
Max. Engine Power 160 CV
Fuel Capacity 480 L
Water Capacity 1000 l
Dry Weight 21500 kg
Draught 2.10 m or 2.60 m
Air Draught 23.50 m
CE Certification A10 - B12
Light Displacement 22 055 Kg
Berths 5 - 7 - 9
Sail Area 155.5 m2

CONSTRUCTION

Structure

Hull :
solid GRP laminate with balsa rib band
Structural hull liner bonded and laminated to hull

Deck :
Balsa sandwich for rigidity, weight saving, thermal and sound insulation
Hull and deck in white gel coat
Stainless steel rubbing strake on hull sides

Keel
Standard lead keel : deep draft 2.60 m, weight 6 900 kg
Option lead keel : shoal draft 2.10 m, weight 7 500 kg

Steering system
Spade rudder with composite-glass and stainless steel bearings
Hydraulic steering mounted on forward port bulkhead
Leather sheathed steering wheel (800)
Bow thruster (185 24 V / 125 kg) with remote control at helm station
Optional pedestal steering wheel
Emergency tiller
Hydraulic pump for autopilot (option)

 

The Oceanis 54 is an invitation to long voyages This high-class yacht is elegant; the generous space attracts the most demanding owners Everything is designed for the enjoyment of living on board

A perfect balance between speed, comfort and appearance

  • Balanced, comfortable hull for good cruising averages
  • Wide, safe side decks
  • well-thought out deck plan for sailing shorthanded
  • Spacious cockpit twin steering wheel positions.
  • Various different layout ideas: Owner's 3 cabins or Family 4 cabins and forepeak cabin
  • Spacious sea galley
  • Long cruising range
  • 2 luxury standards of finish: Avantage and Elegance

oceanis54

Length Overall 16.70 m
Hull Length 16.26 m
Hull Beam 4.90 m
Max. Engine Power 110 HP
Fuel Capacity 475 l
Water Capacity 970 l
Light Displacement 14 895 kg
Berths A,B,C

CONSTRUCTION

Design made following European Directive requirements and according to EC certification

  • Monolithic hull design in polyester
  • Monolithic structural counter moulding laminated and stuck to hull
  • Deck in balsa and glass fibre sandwich covered in «diamond point» type non-slip surface
  • Deck hull join screwed, stuck and banded with 1 soild wood bulwark, screwed
  • Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless steel veneer and stuck
  • Rudder hung with glass compound stock
  • White coloured hull - Hull decorated in pearl grey

 

A prestigious yacht that heralds a new era in the history of blue water cruising yachts, the Oceanis 50 is an unequivocal invitation to delight in her design, comfort and performance.

  • Two levels of finish offered . Standard (with a high level of equipment) and Exclusive for even more luxury and distinction
  • A spacious interior whose flowing lines are made possible by the horizontal layout of fittings
  • Airy and light due to openings and light fitings
  • Well-balanced, powerful hull with sleek, high performance bow lines
  • Practical cockpit, with rope handling and sailing area and dedicated relaxation space

oceanis_50

Naval Architect Berret Racoupeau
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 15.10 m
Hull Length 14.75 m
Hull Beam 4.49 m
Max. Engine Power 110 cv
Fuel Capacity 235 ltr
Water Capacity 565 ltr
CE Certification A8/B9/C14
Light Displacement 12935 k
Berths 6 / 8 pers
Sail Area 115,80 m²

HULL
The hull is monolithic GRP construction. Reinforced points (keel, rudder , chain plates, hull deck joint) help to strengthen the structure. A structural monolithic inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role isimportant as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (shrouds, chain plate tie rods, keel, rudder etc) and spreads any loads guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. The surface material of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish. The standard hull colour is white with silver livery. Steel Blue is available as an option.

DECK
The deck is sandwich construction (glass fibre and balsa) for an optimal strength/weight ratio and excellent thermal and sound insulation. A 'diamond point' non-slip surface is applied to all areas of work and movement on deck.

HULL DECK JOINT
The hull/deck joint is screwed and bonded and surrounded by a teak bulwark screwed in position. This mechanical joint ensures a watertight assembly and improves safety when moving around on deck.

 

The new Beneteau Oceanis 46 designed by the naval architects Berret/Racoupeau with the stylizing collaboration of the design firm of Nauta Yachts, will make her premiere at the fall 2006 boat shows.

The flowing, beautiful lines attract attention at first glance. Together with the Beneteau 49, this new model boldly leads the way for a new generation of Beneteau sailing yachts.

  • A 46 footer which offers all the winning points of a 50' yacht
  • A spacious interior whose flowing lines are made possible by the horizontal layout of fittings
  • Well balanced, powerful hull with sleek, high performance bow lines
  • Spacious galley with built-in sink under the companionway
  • Carefully selected materials: light wood finishes and hull linings, leather and stainless steel

OCEANIS_46

Naval Architect Berret Racoupeau Design
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 14.09 m
Hull Length 13.70 m
Hull Beam 4.30 m
Max. Engine Power 75 cv
Fuel Capacity 235 ltr
Water Capacity 565 ltr
Air Draught 19,30
CE Certification A8/B9/C14
Light Displacement 10 000 kg
Berths 6/8
Sail Area 101,00 m²

HULL -
The hull is of single-skinned GRP construction. Local areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chain plates, hull deck joint) serve to strengthen the structure.

A single skinned structurl inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressur points (chainplate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) guaranteeing reduced strain on hull.

The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish. The standard hull colour is white with silver livery. Steel blue is available as an option.

DECK -
The deck is sandwich construction (glass fibre and balsa)for optimum strength/weight ratio as well as excellent heat and sound insulation.
All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a moulded diamond non-slip finish.

HULL/DECK -
The hull/deck joint is screwed and bonded and is surrounded by a teak bulwark which is screwed. The mechanical join ensures a watertight assembly and also improves safety when moving around on deck.

 

The Oceanis 43 is an unequivocal invitation to delight in her design, comfort and performance. The hull and deck plan are the work of the Berret Racoupeau design office. Their designs have led to the creation of an aesthetically powerful and attractive yacht with remarkable sea keeping qualities. The interior architecture and design are by Nauta Design. This great Italian name, a benchmark in the super yacht world, has helped the Oceanis 43 achieve her true personality - one of contemporary lines where luminosity, comfort and wellbeing take precedence on board.

  • Fine bow entry for good performance
  • Clear cockpit
  • Twin steering wheels
  • Two layouts available
  • Electric windlass as standard
Beneteau_Oceanis_43
Naval Architect Nauta Interior Design
Boat Designer Berret Racoupeau
Length Overall 13,10 m
Hull Length 12,75 m
Hull Beam 4,12 m
Max. Engine Power 54 hp
Fuel Capacity 200 L
Water Capacity 360 L
Draught 2 m / 1.76 m
Air Draught 18,50 m
CE Certification A10/B11/C12
Light Displacement 8,875 kg
Sail Area 91 msq

HULL

The hull is of single-skinned GRP construction. Local areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chainplates, hull / deck joint) serve to strengthen the structure.

A single-skinned structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chainplate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) ensuring their distribution and so guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish.

DECK

The deck is of glass fibre and balsa sandwich construction for optimum strength / weight ratio as well as excellent heat and sound insulation. All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a non-slip "diamond point" finish.

HULL / DECK JOINT -

The hull / deck joint is screwed and bonded and surrounded by a teak rubbing strake. This mechanical join ensures a watertight assembly whilst also improving safety when moving around on deck.

KEEL

The keel is fitted to the boat by a system of screws and stainless steel backing plates and by bonding. The keel is cast-iron. To increase its life, the keel is given an anti-corrosion treatment and improved finish in the factory before assembly, using epoxy-based coatings and paint.

STEERING SYSTEM

Underhung rudder with stainless steel stock. Twin helm positions in aft cockpit: 2 leather trimmed, 915 mm diameter, columnmounted steering wheels. Twin bulkhead mounted steering gear. Metal cable transmission system. Deck access point for emergency steering, and emergency tiller.

Similar to her sister ships the Beneteau Oceanis 40 was designed by naval architects Berret/Racoupeau with the stylizing colllaboration of Nauta Design for the interior. In the cockpit, the Beneteau Oceanis 40 is appointed with two steering stations with navigation instruments nearby for ease of handling.

The spacious and luminous interior of the Beneteau Oceanis 40 is highlighted with rich, light colored select Maobi hardwood and stainless steel to create an essence of warmth and comfort.

  • Twin helm positions with wheels
  • Comfortable, clear cockpit for sailing aswell as for relaxing
  • Incomparable interior space for a 12m yacht
  • Two levels of finish and equipment - standard or exclusive
  • Separate U-shaped galley and sofa in the saloon with the 2 cabin version

Oceanis_40

Naval Architect Berret Racoupeau Design
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 12,17 m
Hull Length 11,87 m
Hull Beam 3,96 m
Max. Engine Power 40 cv
Fuel Capacity 200 ltr
Water Capacity 360 ltr
Air Draught 17.35
CE Certification A8/B9/C10
Light Displacement 7 680 kg
Berths 4/6
Sail Area 75,85 m²

HULL -
The hull is of single-skinned GRP construction. Local areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chainplates, hull / deck joint) serve to strengthen the structure. A single-skinned structural inner moulding is bonded and laminated to the hull. Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (chainplate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) ensuring their distribution and so guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish. The standard hull colour is white with silver livery; a Steel Blue colour hull is available as an option.

DECK -
The deck is of glassfibre and balsa sandwich construction for optimum strength/weight ratio aswell as excellent heat and sound insulation. All working areas and areasof movement around the deck are provided with a non-slip diamond print finish.

DECK/JOINT-
The hull/deck joint is screwed and bonded andsurrounded by a teak bulwark. This mechanical joint ensures a watertight assembly whilst also improving safety when moving around on deck.

 

Handsome and well thought-out, the Beneteau Oceanis 37 follows in the footsteps of its bigger brothers, with a contemporary belowdecks interior by Nauta Design and clean dynamic external lines by Groupe Finot Conq.

Innovation dominates the design of this exceptional new boat, which takes the principle of design serving function to a completely new level.

 
  • High performance hull
  • Ergonomic design
  • Well balanced cruiser
  • Light and spacious below
  • 2 layout versions 2 or 3 cabin

oceanis37

Naval Architect Groupe FINOT
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 12.17 m.
Hull Length 11.11 m
Hull Beam 3.91 m.
Max. Engine Power 30 CV.
Fuel Capacity 140 L.
Water Capacity 346 L.
Dry Weight 7680 Kg
Draught 1.65m / 1.90 m.
Air Draught 17.65 m.
CE Certification A8 / B79 / C10 / D10 in progress
Light Displacement 7680 Kg
Sail Area 78.40 m2

 

HULL
The hull is of single-skinned GRP construction. Local areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chain plates, hull-deck joint) serve to strengthen the structure. A single-skinned structural inner moulding is bonded to the hull.
Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (mast foot, keel, rudder etc.) so guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull.
The surface makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish.
The standard hull colour is white with silver livery.

DECK
The deck is sandwich injection construction (glass fibre and balsa) for optimum strength/lightness ratio as well as excellent heat and sound insulation.
All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a "diamond point" non-slip finish.

HULL/DECK JOINT
The hull/deck joint is screwed and bonded and is surrounded by a solid wood bulwark. This mechanical join ensures a watertight assembly and also improves safety when moving around on deck.

KEEL
The cast-iron keel is fitted to the boat by a system of screws and stainless steel backing plates and bonded. To increase its life, the keel is given an anti-corrosion treatment and improved finish in the factory before assembly, using epoxy-based coatings and paint.

STEERING SYSTEM

• Underhung rudder with stainless steel stock.
• 1 helm position in aft cockpit

As a family, between friends or as a couple, it is the boat of dreams for pleasure-seeking customers. With its spacious, welcoming living spaces (cockpit, saloon, galley) the Oceanis 34 offers good living and sharing on board. This sleek, elegant cruiser promises the best performance.

  • Fast, balanced hull
  • Sail plan for ease of use
  • Maximum use of cockpit space:
  • Very large liferaft
  • Gas locker at sea level
  • Patented sliding, foldaway companionway door
  • Huge, well-equipped galley
  • 2 layout versions: 2 or 3 cabins, 1 head compartment

Beneteau Oceanis 34

Boat Designer Finot Conq et associés
Length Overall 10.34 m
Hull Length 9.99
Hull Beam 3.65 m
Max. Engine Power 21 CV
Fuel Capacity 130 l
Water Capacity 15.45 m
Dry Weight 5 700 kg
CE Certification A6/B7/C8 in progress

CONSTRUCTION

  • Design made following European Directive requirements and according to EC certification
  • Monolithic hull design in polyester
  • Monolithic structural counter moulding laminated and stuck to hull
  • Deck in sandwich (glass fibre and balsa wood) - Diamond tip type non-slip surface
  • Deck hull join screwed, stuck and banded with 1 soild wood bulwark, screwed
  • Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless steel veneer and stuck
  • Hung rudder with stainless steel stock
  • White coloured hull - Hull decorated in pearl grey
Boat Designer Finot Conq et associés
Length Overall 10.34 m
Hull Length 9.99
Hull Beam 3.65 m
Max. Engine Power 21 CV
Fuel Capacity 130 l
Water Capacity 15.45 m
Dry Weight 5 700 kg
CE Certification A6/B7/C8 in progress

CONSTRUCTION

  • Design made following European Directive requirements and according to EC certification
  • Monolithic hull design in polyester
  • Monolithic structural counter moulding laminated and stuck to hull
  • Deck in sandwich (glass fibre and balsa wood) - Diamond tip type non-slip surface
  • Deck hull join screwed, stuck and banded with 1 soild wood bulwark, screwed
  • Cast iron keel fixed with bolts and stainless steel veneer and stuck
  • Hung rudder with stainless steel stock
  • White coloured hull - Hull decorated in pearl grey

OCÉANIS 34

All the attractions of an OCEANIS in 9.99 metres!

In response to great demand, BENETEAU are launching on the market a model of under 10 metres length, a cruiser offered with two layout versions. Whether fitted with two or three cabins, the Océanis 34 offers spacious and friendly living spaces.

The lines plan by Finot-Conq guarantees, as one would expect, a high level of performance on the water. The new Océanis 34 thus enthusiastically continues the renewal of the range begun in 2006.

Seaworthy and elegant
Throughout its 9.99m length, the Océanis 34 enjoys a marvellously well-balanced hull with stretched, elegant lines for the thrill of sailing in all weathers. Designed with all types of crew in mind, it gives cockpit and deck ergonomics that allow easy handling and moving around in maximum safety.

Priority to life on board
Whether for families or friends, on deck or down below, the Océanis 34 gives more than its due to shared moments: wide cockpit; galley designed for concocting great food; spacious, light and comfortable saloon. Principal features:

  • Hull length: 9.99m
  • Fast, balanced hull
  • Sail plan for easy use: Genoa with small overlap (105 %)
  • Maximum use of cockpit space: Ergonomically designed cockpit benches around the steering wheel – Helm seat opens vertically for access to the generous stern skirt –
  • Very large liferaft locker and gas locker giving onto the sea
  • Sliding door and patented folding companionway
  • Vast, well-equipped galley: double stainless steel sinks; refrigeration unit; dresser; 2-burner gas hob and oven and stowage
  • Two layout versions: 2 or 3 cabins, 1 head compartment

The OCEANIS 34 will be introduced at the Cannes, La Rochelle, Southampton, Genoa and Barcelona Boat Shows. Chantiers

 

Oceanis 31 European Boat of the Year!

Oceanis 31 follows on from the Oceanis 37 by combining elegance with ingenuity for pleasurable cruising with friends and family. With its elegant profile and sleek coachroof, the Oceanis 31 builds on the innovative features introduced by its bigger brother (including the patented companionway hatch and highly-practical liferaft locker with sea hatch). The Oceanis 31 combines functionality with visual appeal and real elegance in a size of boat where design often comes a poor second to function.
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  • Fast, well-balanced hull
  • Sail plan designed for easy handling
  • Wheel steering as standard
  • very easy-to-use liferaft locker opening directly to the sea
  • Patented companionway system (sliding foldable companionway hatch)
  • Very large and well-equipped galley
  • Two equipment levels: Standard and Exclusive

 

Naval Architect Finot / Conq Associés
Boat Designer Nauta Design Associés
Length Overall 9.66 m.
Hull Length 9.30 m.
Hull Beam 3.39 m.
Max. Engine Power 20 HP
Fuel Capacity 130 L
Water Capacity 130 L
Dry Weight 4 052 Kg
Draught 1.80 m. or 1.30 m.
Air Draught 14.2 m.
CE Certification B8 / C8 / D8 requested
Sail Area 47.4 m2.

HULL

The hull is of single-skinned GRP construction. Local areas of reinforcement (keel, rudder, chainplates, hull/deck joint) serve to strengthen the structure. A single-skinned structural inner moulding is bonded to the hull.

Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at pressure points (mast foot, keel, rudder, etc.), ensuring their distribution and so guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull.

The surface of the inner moulding makes cleaning easier and provides a better finish.The standard hull colour is white with silver graphics.

DECK

The deck is of glass fibre and balsa sandwich injection construction for optimum strength / lightness ratio as well as excellent heat and sound insulation. All working areas and areas of movement around the deck are provided with a non-slip “diamond point” finish.

HULL / DECK JOINT

The hull/deck joint is screwed and bonded and surrounded by a solid wooden bulwark. This mechanical join ensures a watertight assembly whilst also improving safety when moving about on deck.

 

Starting from a blank page the aim of the Sence Range is to create the most seaworthy of yachts and design new ways of living on the water SENSE opens spaces. The many and generous openings let in lots of light and open space from the cockpit to the office. The links between each living area give you plenty of room to breathe

Sense is organised around three major living areas. Aft: outside, life stretches out quite logically between the shore, the uncluttered helm position and the spacious cockpit designed like a terrace. Beneath this space lies ample stowage and all of the machinery.
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Amidships, the living area is linked in novel ways to the outside. Forward, the peaceful area accommodates the bedrooms and bathrooms

Bringing together under the cockpit all of the systems, machines and stowage areas makes maintenance so easy. This well laid-out technical zone is accessible by real steps and can house a washing machine and even an additional berth

  • Two spacious cabins forward
  • Life on board is organised around three main living
  • Extra-large cockpit
  • Clear access to the water.
  • Vast saloon and galley.
Naval Architect Berret Racoupeau
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 43,31 ft
Hull Length 41,99 ft
Hull Beam 14,04 ft
Max. Engine Power 75 hp
Fuel Capacity 58,12 gal
Water Capacity 87,19 gal
Dry Weight
Draught 6,56 ft deep : 5,41 ft shallow
Light Displacement 22 002,13 lbt
Sail Area

Summary of the basics of the SENSE concept:

A – Live the magic of the sea Life on board SENSE is organised around three main living areas, from stem to stern:

1. Exterior living with bathing platform, helm position and a cockpit width never seen before. 2. Daytime life in perfect harmony with the exterior: saloon and galley. 3. Life after dark at the forward end of the boat: bedrooms and bathrooms.

1) An innovative cockpit design

BENETEAU have designed a low cockpit which radically alters life on board. Thanks to this real innovation, SENSE combines stretched and flowing lines with ease of access to the sea and the saloon. The ultra wide, spacious and safe cockpit is designed to accommodate sailors and guests in novel and distinctive spaces, free from the constraints normally generated by aft cabins. Under the cockpit there is still a technical area, which can be converted for use as an occasional cabin on the 50’ and over versions.

2) A well protected living space having perfect communication with the cockpit The companionway is ultra convenient. The cockpit is separated from the saloon by just 3 steps raked at a 45° angle to provide safe and easy access, whilst everywhere the generously wide hand and safety rails ensure safety while moving about on board. A wide glass area and openings on both sides of the companionway promote a sense of harmony allowing life below and above deck to blend smoothly together.

3) Life after dark at the forward end of the boat: bed- and bathrooms Ainsi, les cabines bénéficient d’une meilleure ventilation et l’intimité sera privilégiée avec des chambres éloignées des bruits du cockpit et du quai. These choices confirm the hedonistic commitment of SENSE to provide increased levels of comfort for the owner and his guests. Additionally, all the systems, machines and deck equipment are brought together under the cockpit to ensure that noise is separated from the living area.

B - A boat that simplifies life on board On board SENSE, priority is given to the pleasure of being on the water.

1- Innovative deck plan For the comfort of guests, the controls (winches, halyards, genoa sheets, etc.) are located aft of the ?relaxing? cockpit area. The mainsheet is led back to a fixed arch which allows the companionway to be unrestricted. 2- More freedom!

SENSE is designed for sailing with complete freedom with large fresh water and fuel capacities. It is also ready for renewable energy equipment (solar, wind).

C – SENSE: seaworthy boats designed for sailing on a more even keel When cruising, comfort and therefore enjoyment also include comfort when sailing. The hull design has been created in collaboration with Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design, to deliver maximum performance with 15° heeling angle instead of the normal 20°. The advantage of this is clear - movement around the boat while sailing is safer and easier.

Olivier Racoupeau The trio of BENETEAU, Nauta Design and Berret/Racoupeau together form a team of proven and complementary talents, who already have to their credit the complete renewal of the nine models of the OCEANIS range.

D - Interior beauty Insight into the latest design trends The quality of the design being fundamental to the well-being of the crew, SENSE extends an invitation to view interiors that are elegant and contemporary in style. Gloss Alpi fruitwood finish, bleached oak laminated sole, ?homestyle? upholstery, synthetic resin work surfaces with built in sinks and high-tech equipment have been selected with care in collaboration with the Nauta design studio.

Certain items fold away when not in use such as the gas cooker, TV, seats, etc. SENSE: seaworthy boats which provide owners and their guests an exceptional quality of life on board.

 

Beneteau SenSe is a fast cruising sailing boat predominantly designed for comfortable, extended periods of life on board. SenSe is not some sort of hybrid between First and Oceanis, and neither is it a boat built to be an alternative to another brand.....SenSe will be a sailing yacht which has been designed to be enjoyed by one and all by keeping one element central in all of the design processes and equipment choices..... maximum comfort for extended periods of life on board.
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The first of the SenSe range will be a 50 foot version and which will be displayed at the Cannes Boat Show 2010 and will also be present at the Southampton show in September.

  • Fast cruising sailing
  • Designed for comfortable
  • Extended cruising
  • Ses the new Sense 50 at Southampton Boat Show
  • The Sense 42 will be launched at Paris boat show 2010
Naval Architect Berret Racoupeau
Boat Designer Nauta Design
Length Overall 14.98 m
Hull Length 14.98 m
Hull Beam 4.86 m
Max. Engine Power 75 CV
Fuel Capacity 415 L
Water Capacity 530 L
CE Certification A8/B9/C14

SENSE : Live the magic of the sea

Give full expression to all your senses, beginning with the pleasure of living on board a contemporary yacht with a totally innovative design. One does not need to be a great sailor to enjoy the happiness of life at sea and discover new horizons, sense is moving the boundaries of pleasure. From stem to stern, you will be surprised by the extremely well thought-out organisation of your life aboard with a sense of well-being, simplicity and beauty

 

Figaro Beneteau II Yacht

Naval Architect Marc Lombard
Length Overall 10.15 m
Hull Length 10,11 m
Hull Beam 3.43 m
Max. Engine Power 20 CV
Fuel Capacity 40 L
CE Certification A
Light Displacement 3 030 Kg

CONSTRUCTION

HULL

Balsa cored sandwich, multiaxial E- glass, vinylester resin made by infusion techniques

Viewing porthole for the keel and the propeller

Cone-shaped keel casing

STRUCTURE

Polyester structure of the open inner lining type, structural bonding and repetition of the

stratification in areas under strain.

Infusion made structural bulkheads in balsa cored sandwich, structural bonding of the hull and

repetition of stratification

Watertight bulkhead to the aft with Lewmar 44 x 44 hatch to gain access from inside.

DECK

Balsa cored sandwich deck, multiaxial E- glass, vinylester resin made by infusion moulding

CP reinforcements for fittings

Screwed down toerail between the deck and hull

1 44 x 44 Lewmar hatch to the bow

2 lateral portholes bonded to the coachroof sides

1 T0 hinged ventilation panel in the cabin

2 T 0 hinged portholes on the vertical side of the cockpit

1 Dorade style ventilator in the cabin

1 drainage hole for passing the hoisting sling through

2 stainless steel hand rails

INTERIOR FITTINGS

GALLEY

Polyester storage unit with 1 burner gimballed stove to starboard

Polyester storage unit with plastic basin

NAVIGATION STATION

Fixed chart table unit with seat and instrument holder

SALON

2 watch seats on either side of the hatchway

2 aluminium framed berths with canvas on either side underneath the cockpit

Stainless steel companionway ladder with wooden steps

ENGINE / ELECTRICITY

Volvo 2030 engine

Power pack including tank, batteries, engine control panel,

Rotomoulded 40 L diesel tank

140 amph alternator

Load dispatchor

Propellor shaft/bracket propulsion

Retractable clutch lever in the cockpit

Anti- fouling on the shaft

Folding propellor

1 70 amph starter battery

2 140 amph engine compartment batteries

Electrical panel with 7 functions on instrument panel

Electrical panel with 7 functions in the companionway

Manual bilge pump

Electrical bilge pump

BALLAST

1 260 L ballast in stratified polyester on portside and starboard plating with inspection hatches

Diaphragm 45 L/minute electric filling pump, which can be handled from the cockpit.

Gravitational transfer through Ø 125 mm pipe

Transfer sluice in the bottom of the cockpit near the helm

Filling and draining bailer

EXTERIOR FITTINGS

2 T44 Lewmar primary winches

Transverse genoa car with vertically adjustable ball-bearing sheave

Clews inside for tweaker tuning

2 genoa flying blocks

Mainsail ball-bearing traveller track on aluminium base

Mainsail tackle with fine tune tackle leading back to the helmsman

Traveller tuning leading back to the helmsman

Cascade kicking strap tackle

Mainsail Cunningham blocks

Cascade running blocks and tackles or split backstays leading to the helmsman

4 spinnaker blocks

Spinnaker tweaker blocks

Kicking strap spinnaker pole blocks

Helmsman adjustable toe-clip bracket

Stainless steel extendable tiller

2 manoeuvring winches on T40 Lewmar coachroof

8 halyard and manoeuvring blocks and jammers on protective companionway bulwark

6 sheaves organizer astern of jammers

2 mini towers for cascade tuning of the vang

2 cleats on coachroof for tuning the spinnaker pole downhaul

1 mainsail Cunningham cleat

1 mainsail foot cleat

1 pulpit with emergency lights

2 stern pulpits

8 stanchions with struts

Deck eyes to tie safety harness to in the cockpit

1 bulkhead compass

2 simple winch crank handles

RIGGING

MAST

Carbon mast in two sections painted white with bolt rope fixed to deck

Spreaders at an angle of 20° to the stern

Red, white and blue lights on masthead

Flexible batten on masthead for forestay downwash

Exterior shroud chain plates

Lower shroud sunken chain plates for the jib to pass through

BOOM

Anodized aluminium boom with rear mainsheet system.

Foot tuning by boom tackle

Sheet and vang blocks on straps

Rigid boom kicker vang

SPINNAKER POLE

Ø 75mm carbon spinnaker pole

Automatic end pieces

Pennants

STANDING RIGGING

Discontinuous rigging rod

Dyneema backstay

Full Nord Foil foresaty

RUNNING RIGGING

Complete mainsail tackle

Complete kicking strap

Complete jib and sheet tuning system

Spinnaker sheets

Spinnaker tweaker

Spinnaker pole downhaul

Mainsail halyards, 2 genoas/spinnakers, spinnaker pole uphaul

Complete backstay system with safety device

STEERING SYSTEM

Twin rudder with sandwich oar blade on stainless steel core

2 automatically aligning engine bearings with needle bearing

Main piece with aluminium crossbeam on automatically aligning engine bearings with needle

bearings.

Pilot guy on main piece

Aluminium tiller stops

Stainless steel extendable tiller

LEST

Composite cast iron lead with calibration flyweights

Epoxy resin protection injected from the exterior into a mould

Assembly by bell- shaped joining in a moulding casing

Beneteau 25 Platu Yacht

This yacht is designed as a moderated cost, fast but easily handled, one design club racer. It is also capable of being raced in the IMS Racing Division with few minor addition to the otherwise empty interior to suit IMS Regulations.

Farr Yacht Design, Ltd. was commissioned to design the Platu as a racing sailboat suitable for teaching sailing skills and racing skills to “new sailors”. The yacht will be fast and sporty with no interior fit out as it is intended for day racing only. The light displacement hull shape combines a long waterline, fine bow sections and powerful stern sections, all carefully balanced to deliver exceptional performance. The combinations of wide, flaring topsides that increase the effective stability from crew weight and a highly refined keel geometry will give the high stability essential for a well-rounded, light displacement design.
Beneteau 25 Platu Yacht

The SG cast iron keel design has evolved from the keels seen on our most recent Whitbread designs featuring a large bulb carefully integrated into a slender fin. The highly refined rudder profile and sections shapes, unique to Farr designs, call for a carbon rudder stock, glass and foam rudder blade.

An efficient, no nonsense deck layout has been designed to make the yacht easy to sail for either the novice or regatta veteran. Complete with sail and rig controls, emphasis has been placed on the careful placement of gear.

Configuration of a double swept-spreader, fractional rig with short over-lapping headsail and large mainsail will allow for a high performance rig that is strong and reliable yet allows for effective adjustment of sails for varying wind conditions. The large spinnaker is set on an “over-length” pole.

 
  • A strict one design
  • Keel : whitbread 60 type deep fin and bulb (1.58 m)
  • Outboard engine locker in cockpit sole
Naval Architect Farr Yacht Design
Length Overall 7.51m
Hull Length 7.48 m
Hull Beam 2.52 m
CE Certification C
Light Displacement 1 180 Kg env.
Sail Area 29.35 m²

Beneteau First Class 7.5 Yacht

Designed by Groupe Finot with the insight of the French Sailing Federation, the new First Class 7.5 is a modern, versatile and high performance one design; which will be equally at ease entering a club race or a high level match racing championship.

  • Trailer-sailer
  • Strictly a one-design
  • Single rudder for greater feel and fun at the helm
  • Asymmetric spinnaker with retractable carbon fibre bowsprit
  • Hydraulically-lifted composite (lead/GRP) keel
  • Ergonomically-designed deck layout for smooth handling

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Naval Architect Groupe Finot
Boat Designer Groupe Finot
Length Overall 7,90 m
Hull Length 7,49 m
Hull Beam 2,54 m
Max. Engine Power 7 cv
Dry Weight 3.28 Tons
Draught 0.90 / 2.05 m.
Air Draught 12.1m.
CE Certification C6 / D6
Light Displacement 1175 Kg
Sail Area 36.6 m²


CONSTRUCTION

  • Hull with resin infused longitudinals for optimisation and consistency of the weight, guaranteeing One-Design compliance.
  • Resin infused glass / balsa sandwich deck for optimisation and consistency of the weight, guaranteeing One-Design compliance.
  • Glass / polyester resin injected rudder.
  • Injected composite keel fin and lead bulb.
  • Lifting keel by means of a hydraulic jack (Draught: 0.9m to 2.05 m).

Beneteau First 50 Yacht

  • Flush deck
  • Exceptional price
  • Improved 'S' Version
  • Many new design innovations
  • Sail drive with folding propeller
  • Keel options available

A sports cruiser inspired by the Megayachts
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Naval Architect Philip Briand Yacht Design
Boat Designer Veerle Battiau
Length Overall 14.98 m
Hull Length 14,98 m
Hull Beam 4,37 m
Max. Engine Power 75 cv (proposé)
Fuel Capacity 237 ltr
Water Capacity 568 ltr
Draught 2.8 m
CE Certification A8/B9/C14
Light Displacement 13780 kg
Berths 8
Sail Area 138,70 m²

HULL
The hull is monolithic GRP and glass fibre construction. Its overall structure is reinforced by longitudinal and local reinforcements (e.g. near keel, rudder, chain plates, deck line). The hull is given optimal protection from osmosis by applying a first coat of protective resin. A structural monolithic inner moulding of bi-axial and unidirectional fabrics is bonded and laminated to the hull at various points.
Its structural role is important as it takes and absorbs the stresses at stress points (e.g. chain plate tie rods, keel, rudder, etc.) and spreads any loads, guaranteeing reduced strain on the hull. It also ensures a good finish to the bilges and makes cleaning and maintenance easier.
The floors support the mechanical elements (engine, et.) and wate tanks. Structural marine plywood bulkheads are fixed to the hull for improved rigidity. The hull is white or grey in colour with grey livery.

DECK
The deck is manufactured by infusion (sandwich/glass fibre/balsa/synthesis polyester) construction for optimal strength/weight ratio. Reinforced monolithic areas are laid under the deck gear (winches, rails, chain plates, cleats). All working and circulation areas on deck are non-slip. An inner moulding is bonded to the deck interior to improve its finish.
An integral monolithic inner moulding containing the structural deck-beams is bonded to the deck for a perfect finish (integral lighting, finish, acccess to screw points for fixing the deck gear, etc.).

HULL/DECK JOINT The deck is fixed mechanically to the hull by screws fixing the teak toe rails and items of deck gear (cleats, chain plates, bow fittings etc.).
The deck is bonded to the hull with polyurethane bonding for improved holding, and a joint guarantees watertightness.
At stress points the hull/deck is reinforced with lamination around the transom.

Beneteau First 45

Inspired by the First 50 (sleek silhouette, clear lines and interior design) this super yacht exhibits a serious cruiser-racer profile.
It will appeal for its performance and the choice of versions that have been optimised for racing without ignoring comfort and safety

 
  • Short cast iron bulb keel (2.4 m) for sailing everywhere
  • cockpit made safer with a stern cross-member
  • Safe cockpit coamings due to their height,
  • 3 cabins - 2 head compartments and a well-equipped galley for optimum comfort.
  • Mainsheet track on cockpit sole for the fastest possible adjustment.
  • A sail plan optimised for IRC
  • Deep draught (2.70m) lead keel without bulb.

S version: for even more comfort and appeal
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Boat Designer P. Briand Design
Length Overall 14,07m
Hull Length 13,68m
Hull Beam 4,20m
Max. Engine Power 54HP
Fuel Capacity 200L
Water Capacity 530L
Draught 2,40m
Air Draught 20,70m
CE Certification A8/ B9/ C14
Light Displacement 10 600
Sail Area 115

Beneteau First 40 Yacht

Loyal to the tradition of the First 40.7 over 750 boats sold, the new First 40 has the distinctive family characteristics unique to the new generation of large First yachts: thoroughbred lines and sophistication.
Designed for cruising, and eminently adaptable for racing, the interior layout is unashamedly modern and comfortable. Comfortable cruising High-performance competition a winning combination.

  • Injection-moulded deck, infusion-moulded hull and balsa sandwich topsides
  • Optimum hull shape and no-overlap foresail for optimum IRC rating
  • Standard aluminium rig or aluminium or carbon racing rig
  • Cockpit adaptable for cruising or racing
  • Eeyelid coachroof, light woodwork, stainless steel and leather
  • 1 layout: 3 cabins / 1 head compartment

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Naval Architect Architect Naval: Farr Yatcht Design
Boat Designer Architecture interior: Nauta Design
Length Overall 12.58 m
Hull Length 12.24 m
Hull Beam 3.89 m
Max. Engine Power 40 HP
Fuel Capacity 130 l
Water Capacity 200 l
Dry Weight
Draught 1.95 m
Air Draught 18.00 m
Light Displacement 7 536 kg


CONSTRUCTION

Design made following European Directive requirements and according to EC certification.

  • Hull in infusion (Glass - Polyester) - Dead work in sandwich - Monolithic quick works
  • Structural counter moulding made with unidirectional fabrics laminated and stuck evenly to the hull
  • Injection mouulded hull (Sandwich / Glass fibre / Balsa wood / Polyester resin)
  • Accessible areas covered in a ’’picot’’ type non-slip surface
  • Deck hull join screwed, stuck and banded with 1 solid wood bulwark natural
  • The keel is fixed to the boat by a system of screws and stainless steel veneer
  • Keel Shallow keel (Standard) - Bulbous bow - in cast iron
  • Keel Deep keel (optional extra) - T-shape - lead/cast iron mix
  • Hung rudder - Self-aligning rocker bearings - Glass fibre compound stock / resin
  • White coloured hull - Anthracite grey hull decoration

As the latest in the First range developed by Beneteau in collaboration with Farr Yacht Design.

the Beneteau First 35 builds on the success of its predecessors tough enough for every sea, designed for cruising but adaptable for racing, incredibly spacious with two double cabins and a saloon as big as the one in the First 40 you ll be amazed by this thirty five footer and the way she combines ingenuity with elegance
Beneteau_First_35

 
  • hull is optimised for IRC racing
  • comes with the option of two draughts
  • A choice of two zero-overlap rigs
  • Injection moulded hull
  • ergonomically-designed cockpit offers high levels of safety
  • hugely comfortable layout with two cabins and one heads
Boat Designer Farr Yacht Design
Length Overall 10.85 m
Hull Length 10.66 m
Hull Beam 3.64 m
Max. Engine Power 29 HP
Fuel Capacity 75 l
Water Capacity 200 l
Air Draught 17.26 m
CE Certification A8/B8/C8/D10
Light Displacement 6 060 kg
Sail Area Mainsail 41.47 m² - Genoa 108 % 31.00 m²mage

Design made following European Directive requirements and according to EC certification.

  •  Monolithic hull design in polyester
  •  Structural counter moulding made with unidirectional fabrics laminated and stuck evenly to the hull 
  •  Injection moulded hull (Sandwich / Glass fibre / Balsa wood / Polyester resin)
  • Accessible areas covered in a ’’picot’’ type non-slip surface 
  •  Deck hull join screwed, stuck and banded with 1 solid wood bulwark plain
  • The keel is fixed to the boat by a system of screws and stainless steel veneer
  •  Keel Shallow draught keel (optional extra) - Bulbous bow - in cast iron 
  •  Keel Deep draught keel (Standard) - T-shape - in cast iron
  •  Hung rudder - Self-aligning rocker bearings - Glass fibre compound stock / resin
  • White coloured hull - Anthracite grey hull decoration

Following on from the legendary Beneteau First 30 in 1976 and the worldwide success of the First 31.7 since 1007 Beneteau continue the revolution with the FIRST30. Beneteau are making a clear statment with this new First through its architectural choices, its bold design, its equipment level. June 18, 2010: BENETEAU is launching the new FIRST 30, designed by the talented Juan Kouyoumdjian, well known for his contributions in the America's Cup and the Volvo Ocean Race. The new FIRST 30 by Beneteau combines the best of both worlds, Beneteau comfort and First performance.
first_30

 
  • The First 30 is a performance boat with a high level of comfort
  • forward cabin has a double door for privacy
  • the salon table is forward of the mast post
  • An aft cabin and generous head compartment
  • Woodwork is light oak
  • dedicated liferaft locker in the cockpit
  • A 20HP Yanmar diesel with sail drive and folding propeller
  • absence of backstay with the mast controlled by the 25 Deg angle
  • A deep draft T-shaped keel for the lowest possible center of gravity
  • two rudders
Boat Designer Juan Kouyoumdjian
Length Overall 9,81 m
Hull Length 8,49 m
Hull Beam 3,20 m
Max. Engine Power 20 Hp
Draught Std 6.32' / Shoal 4.92'
Light Displacement 3750 kg
Sail Area 61.5m

More than ever before, the smallest of the FIRST family is a big cruising yacht with plenty of style. A completely new interior with more living space, more stowage and light wood finishes and a new deck layout, with even more comfortable coamings. Following in the wake of the First 50, the new Beneteau First 21.7 s will feature a hull livery from autumn 2008.

  • Trailer-sailer
  • Maximum draught of 1.80m
  • Generous sail plan
  • Twin rudders
  • 4 full-size berths
  • generous cockpit

 

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Naval Architect Groupe Finot
Length Overall 6,40 m
Hull Length 6,25 m
Hull Beam 2,48 m
Max. Engine Power 8/11 CV
Fuel Capacity Outboard
Water Capacity 35 ltr
Draught 0.70/1.80 m
Air Draught 10.40
CE Certification B4/C6
Light Displacement 1245 Kg
Berths 4 pers.

Sail Area

 

25,20 m²

 

 

HULL
The hull is a single-skinned GR 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 mouldings make it easier to clean and provides a better finish. DECK
The deck is of injection moulded (glass fibre /balsa/resin sandwich) construction for enhanced strength and optimal insulation.

HULL / DECK JOINT
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 deck.

KEEL
The cast-iron keel can be pivoted and manoeuvred by a manual worm-screw system, operated by a winch handle. To improve their durability, the keels undergo treatment prior to assembly in the factory (anti-corrosion and improved finish, being coated and painted with an epoxy-compound based material). Adjustable runners are used for controlling this assembly.

STEERING SYSTEM
The twin GRP rudders are raised by a sleeve system. The teak tiller has an extension with universal joint roller.

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.
first_25.7

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

GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • 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

ARCHITECTS

  • Finot Conq et Associés

EC CERTIFICATE

  • Category B - 4 persons
  • Category C - 5 persons
  • Category D - 6 persons
  • STANDARD SAIL LAYOUT AND AREA
  • 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

HULL
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.

DECK
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.

HULL / DECK JOINT
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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