This is the little boat that sails like a big boat. The main difference between the Beneteau and other manufacturers in this size of boat is the heavy keel. This allows the boat to point higher, makes her more responsive in a blow and easier to manoeuvre under engine. With her twin adjustable height rudders, she will happily fry out and is easily transportable between venues or different cruising grounds.
Cockpit is large and spacious with two lockers aft. One of these houses the fuel tank for the engine whilst the other is ideal for storing your cleaning materials.
Below decks is spacious with "Tardis" like accommodation. There are 4 decent sized berths, a sink, space for a small hob and a porti-potti.
Sails well with deck stepped aluminium spars. Slab reefing main mounted in a lazy bag and a furling headsail with UV strip. All lines are led aft for easy sailing at helm.
Comes complete with Road Trailer.
Great accommodation&a mp;nbsp;for a boat of this size with four berths in open plan layout.
Light and airy cabin providing comfortable sitting headroom.
Privacy curtains separate the forward V berth from the rest of the saloon.
Space for a single burner gas hob which can be mounted on port side.
Plastic sink and faucet on starboard side, providing fresh water from flexible water tank stowed forward.
Folding table, which can be used in the saloon or the cockpit.
Twin axled road trailer
Anchor with chain and warp
Lazy jack bag
Yamaha outboard mounted on adjustable height bracket at transom
Remote tank with primer bulb in aft locker.
12V battery with isolator stored in battery box forward.
12V switch panel.
Rigging & Sails:
Deck stepped aluminium mast and boom
Stainless steel standing rigging
Terylene running rigging led aft to helm
Coach roof mounted winches.
Slab reefing mainsail and roller furling headsail
Lazy bag with lines