Nearly 50 Thousand Yachts Later and Millions of Miles Across Seven Seas...
Some sailors race, some cruise. Other sailors just live for the romance and adventure. One thing that all Beneteau owners have in common is that they all have great confidence in (and compliments for) their Beneteau. Whether it’s new standards for innovation or higher levels of sophistication, each year garners more rave reviews. So while elements of the Beneteau traditional styling continue the visual appeal of the classic mode, the engineering staff works with the foremost experts and suppliers to apply the latest advances in naval technology and materials. Beneteau’s devotion to this craft and the determination to maintain a tradition of reliable excellence is one of the main reasons Beneteau is the world leader in sailing.
The flawless execution of a beautiful plan = The perfect global sailing cruiser.
Year after year, Beneteau yachts are noted to be exceptional in their respective classes by the sailing press, marine industry organizations and the thousands of sailors who sail them. This is evidenced by accolades such as SAIL magazine’s “Best Boats Editor’s Choice,” CSI Award for “Excellence In Customer Customer Satisfaction” and Cruising World’s “Boat of the Year Award”. As an owner of one of the world’s finest sailing yachts, you will also become a member of Club Beneteau. In it you’ll enjoy access to owners’ events, special promotions, discounts and exclusive entry to the Club Beneteau section of the Beneteau website.
The new Oceanis 50 features a sleek coachroof, long side windows, a fully-integrated mainsail arch with all the ergonomic ease of detailed design to make the most of all her generous space. Continuing the partnership with Berret/Racoupeau and Nauta Design, the Oceanis 50 showcases an enriched interior that feels even more contemporary and open. On deck, the new direction is more evident. Along with the Oceanis 58, the Oceanis 50 is one of the first production cruising yachts to benefit from a fixed spray hood arch on which the mainsheet is integrated into a visually pleasing addition.
Many other new features underscore Beneteau’s commitment to innovation, luxury, comfort and security, whether anchored in your own private bay or underway on a passage. Access to the saloon is by a gently sloping companionway stair. This is made possible by the deck mounted arch which keeps the mainsheet clear of the cockpit. Below decks is designed for easy and beautiful living. To port is a truly home sized galley with high, deep cabinets, a multitude of drawers and plenty of storage. Forward, the splendid owner’s cabin offers magnificent space and numerous well-thought out storage compartments. This sailing yacht with its clean lines offers a choice of two or three cabin versions for sailing as a couple or cruising with a bigger family. The design is luxurious and contemporary in this Oceanis with woodwork in lustrous mahogany Alpi, LED lighting, stainless steel and leather.
Everything conceivable has been done to make the Beneteau 43 a balanced, seaworthy cruiser of remarkable performance and versatility. Step into the attractive and superbly
functional cockpit and examine the twin wheels and controls. All are within easy reach for comfortable, confident sailing.
And when it’s time to relax with family and friends, the interior is all you would expect from Beneteau. Clean, open lines provide inviting perspectives while rich Moabi hardwoods and generous accents of stainless steel provide the stylish flair for which Beneteau is famous. The option of two or three stateroom layouts is available, complete with two heads and showers for the ultimate in spacious livability. Abundant storage space and shelves, comfortable seating, secure deck areas and an ergonomically designed cockpit are ample evidence of the serious cruising ambitions of this high performance, exceptionally appointed Beneteau yacht. From across the bay to the crossing for Bimini and beyond, your 43 will get you there with the confidence sailors have been expecting of Beneteau for well over a century!
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