Beneteau Sea Trials
18th -25th April
This Spring’s Beneteau Sea Trials will be taking place against the beautiful backdrop of sunny Palma Mallorca, and will run from the 18th -25th April.
Always an exhilarating experience, this year will give us all the opportunity to board the Sense 55 the Oceanis 55 and Oceanis 35, undoubtedly three of Beneteau’s most successful models to date. We are also extremely excited to be able to give Ancasta’s customers a taste of the brand new Oceanis 60 which made her debut in Cannes last year. Taking all the very best features of the Oceanis 58 this stunning new addition to the range offers four key features which completely set this model aside from any potential competition.
For more information about any of the models being trialled or to join us in Palma, please contact.
Beneteau Sales Manager
DDI: +44 (0) 2380 450026
Email: [email protected]
The Oceanis 60 brings us the eagerly anticipated developments to the traditional Oceanis 58 and with it, the four key features which completely set this model aside from any potential competition. A tender space designed specifically for easy handling below the lounge area, an aft cockpit extension and the choices and options of new interior and exterior finishes..
“A new lifestyle at sea”. In conjunction with yacht designers Berret Racoupeau and the Nauta Design interior stylists, Beneteau have strived to make a cruising yacht with clean modern lines, using contemporary design benchmarks, where there is a pleasing ambient feeling of brightness and space inside and a striking avant-garde appearance outside from her taut lines.
Benefitting from the award winning design and options which saw the Oceanis 38 achieve such huge success, the Beneteau Oceanis 35 provides the redefinition of the Day Sailer, Weekender and Cruiser concept which allows her owners to customise and create a boat to suit their wishes and requirements.
The Sense concept marks a new era in lifestyle at sea. The new Sense 55 has reached new maturity and has become even more relevant. The opening up of the interior and exterior spaces, new access to the sea, overall organisation of the boat into subtly linked but independent living areas, hull reducing the heel angle providing seakeeping second to none, all make good Sense, as does the increase in size.