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Boattest.com Review: Beneteau Sense 46

Beneteau Sense 46 Review From Boatest.com On June 27, 1898 Joshua Slocum (age 54) became the first person to sail around the world singlehanded. He did it in the wooden sloop “Spray” which was just 36’9″ (11.2 m) long with 14’2″ (2.40 m) beam. Perhaps that puts the new Beneteau Sense 46 in some perspective. [...]

When the wind blows in San Diego….We go SAILING!

When the wind blows in San Diego....We go SAILING!!  (Sorry if you called the office and got the machine!) Sailing the Beneteau Sense 50 in rare big breeze for San Diego, gust to 35 knots offshore and boat speed of 9.6.  This Sense 50 is equipped with a custom cutter rig with Hoyt jib boom [...]

Boattest.com Review: Beneteau Sense 55

Boattest.com Review The Beneteau Sense 55 is a striking yacht not only because of her modern styling, but also because of everything she has that can’t be seen from the dock. First of all is her comfort — made possible because of her wide beam and luxurious lounging platforms in her huge cockpit. Second is [...]

Sail Magazine’s Best Boats 2013 – Beneteau Sense 55

Sail Magazine chooses the Beneteau Sense 55 as “Boat of The Year”  as “Best Flagship Monohull Over 51 Feet”!  Thank you Sail magazine! From Sail Magazine.. With their compact cockpits, full keels and narrow hulls, the cruising boats of old are like a lone watch-stander, bundled up in foul weather gear, head bowed, arms folded, [...]

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