Buy sailing cruisers Beneteau used in Dorset

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    Sailing cruiser Beneteau First 31.7

    42.583 €

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Dorset (United Kingdom)
    • Year : 2002
    • Length: 9,35m.
    • Beneteau First 31.7 9.35 m from Length 1,88 m from Draft. Observations: [b]construction[/b][p]built by beneteau yachts in france, 2002designed by jean marine finot grp hull, deck ...

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    Sailing cruiser Beneteau First 285

    17.494 €

    • Verified second-hand boat
    • Dorset (United Kingdom)
    • Year : 1988
    • Length: 8,4m.
    • Beneteau First 285 8.4 m from Length 1,9 m from Draft. Observations: [b]construction:[/b][p]grp hull, deck and superstructure last antifouled - winter 2018/19 tiller direction ...

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  • Type: Sailing cruisers
  • Boat Condition : used
  • Model: beneteau
  • Location: Dorset (United Kingdom)

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Cruisers are sailing yachts designed for long voyages and for this reason, they have large and spacious cabins for maximum comfort on board and a high freeboard to ensure a higher level of safety. The more modern versions are equipped with internal and external cabinets and cubbyholes to store food, clothing and all kinds of equipment. They provide a simple, dry and comfortable navigation, especially in windy conditions. Unlike regatta sailing boats, they sacrifice part of their speed for greater strength, stability and resistance, they have a more affordable price and are easier to handle, even by a small crew.

Cruisers usually have the bathroom, kitchen and a small table below deck. Most of these boats have heating and air conditioning, an electric generator and boiler. Generally, they have the same equipment as larger yachts, but come at a lower price. Additionally, they don't require a team of professional skippers on board to be taken out to sea. Normally, in addition to the sails, they also have a motor for when there is no wind.