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Beneteau 62


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Year:
1996
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Length:
62'
Engine/Fuel Type:


This sailing yacht is as remarkable for her performance as for her elegance and comfort. Bruce Farr's powerful hull, the efficient sail plan and the high-tech lead bulb-wing keel guarantee performance under sail that is out of the ordinary. Her six-cylinder engine will silently take over and power her along at an impressive cruising speed. The Beneteau 62 offers many choices to adapt to your requirements. There are several different transom configurations to choose from; either a shallow draft bulb-wing keel or deep keel; and there is a choice of rigs, with either three or four sets of spreaders. This variety is even more evident in the choice of accommodation and interior finish: forward or aft owner's cabin, immense saloon, large totally independent galley and a choice of a wide range of woods: Finnish birch, mahogany, cherry or teak. Her equipment is also the very best of its kind. A 300 litre refrigerator, 160 litre freezer, 1000 litre of fresh water and a water maker with a capacity of 180 litre-hour guarantee the necessary autonomy for the longest crossings. The deck layout is at one and the same time simple, elegant and efficient: the two separate cockpits allow guests to relax in comfort without impeding any maneuvers, whilst allowing a small crew to control this powerful hull with surprising ease. The magnificent teak deck has varnished mahogany toe-rails and integral fairleads, as well as a remotely controlled opening transom. The hydraulic and electric systems include electric winches and furling genoa, hydraulic adjustment of the rig tension and the mainsail. Any maneuver becomes child's play. The Beneteau 62 is the quintessential yacht, embodying all Beneteau's experience acquired over more than a century on all the oceans of the world.
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