Beneteau ASA First 22

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Beneteau First 22

 

Beneteau America and the ASA are revealing the fruit of their collaboration: the ASA First 22.
A new ASA-exclusive sail training vessel using Beneteau’s popular First 20 as its inspiration.

Beneteau gets back to basics with the First 22. This trainer/daysailer has been designed specifically for the novice. Her sail plan is simple and designed to wring the last knot out of any breeze. She also features a hull with positive flotation and an extended cockpit to accommodate more family, friends or students. She is nimble, safe, easy to handle and – most importantly – FUN!

Some of its features include an extended cockpit to give students and instructors more room, a rig designed specifically for sail training, and ergonomic and safety innovations to ensure that every sail is comfortable and safe.

The research and development team at Beneteau used input from ASA instructors, schools, and leading competitive sailors to refine and adapt the design of its very successful First 20.

 

  • Design : Finot, Conq & Associates
  • Length Over All : 6,40 m – 21′
  • Hull Length : 6,25 m – 20’6″
  • Hull Beam : 2,48 m – 8’2″
  • Light displacement : 1 238 kg – 2,729 lbs
  • CE Certification : C5 / D5

 

Contact Us about the First ASA 22 Sailboat
  • ASYMMETRICAL SPINNAKER RIGGING + BOWSPRIT
  • MAINSAIL LAZY BAG
  • ASYMMETRICAL SPINNAKER
  • ANCHORING KIT
  • 12V SYSTEM
  • BULKHEAD COMPASS
  • NAVIGATION LIGHTS
  • CHEMICAL TOILET
  • OUTBOARD ENGINE MOUNT
  • WIND INDICATOR
  • TRIFUNCTION DISPLAY

Our South Coast Yachts Service Department will provide you with initial yacht commissioning, warranty support, optional equipment additions, repairs, and routine preventative maintenance packages to ensure you enjoy the best possible ownership experience. [/fusion_old_tab] [tab]Price listed is for a typical boat, fully commissioned and ready to go, delivered to San Diego.

Beneteau America and the ASA initially announced their partnership at last year’s Annapolis boat show and are now eager to reveal the fruit of their collaboration, a new ASA-exclusive sail training vessel using Beneteau’s popular First 20 as its inspiration.