Groupe Beneteau, the world’s largest boatbuilder, has re-started production and a much anticipated batch of new models is its on way to Australia.
The Oceanis Yacht 54 is equally ready for a fast ocean passage or a leisurely double-handed sunset cruise.
Beneteau’s Oceanis 46.1 is proving a big hit with sailors all over the globe. Hull #86 was recently delivered by Flagstaff Marine to its new owner in Sydney.
Flagstaff Marine recently hosted the annual Beneteau Cup on Sydney Harbour, with the fleet reflecting a wide spectrum of popular designs from the world’s biggest boat-builder.
After two years in development, Beneteau’s eagerly awaited First Yacht 53 will make waves this year at the major yacht shows.
The Beneteau Pittwater Regatta was held on Sydney Harbour, bringing together sailors from the Beneteau community, each with a range of experience and knowledge.
Beneteau’s new Oceanis 46.1 epitomises the best of modern production yacht design, where the emphasis is firmly on ‘user friendly’, but with enhanced performance.
Launched at boot Düsseldorf, Beneteau’s Oceanis 30.1 is a smaller design packed full of big features.
Beneteau injects new vitality into the legendary First range.
It’s high time for yachting enthusiasts to get on board the 2018 Sydney International Boat Show.
Groupe Beneteau presented three Asian premieres at the biggest show in the region.
A big contingent of Beneteau owners braved weather conditions initially more reminiscent of the Normandy coast rather than Sydney Harbour, for the Beneteau Cup.
Beneteau is going ahead with full-scale production of the world’s first foiling monohull – the Figaro 3.
Beneteau’s highly-anticipated Oceanis 51.1 has premiered at Cannes, promising new standards in comfort and performance.