BENETEAU FIRST 40BENETEAU OCEANIS 40
SYDNEY HARBOUR BAREBOAT RATES AUD$: till March 2020
Yacht 4hrs 6hrs 8hrs 24hrs 48hrs Bond
Sydney 36 750 900 1125 1300 1875 1100
Dufour 335 850 1020 1258 1300 2100 1100
Dufour 36 950 1150 1425 1650 2370 2200
Beneteau 40.7 850 1025 1275 1500 2100 2200
Beneteau 40 1000 1200 1500 1700 2500 2200
Beneteau 47.7 1100 1320 1650 1900 2750 2200
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Enjoy a scenic sail past the Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House, or anchor in a quiet cove next to one of Sydney’s beautiful sandy beaches.
Two available for offshore bareboat charters – fancy a trip up the picturesque Sydney coast to Palm Beach or The Hawkesbury? Please choose the Beneteau 40 “Leeward” or “Breakthrough”.
BENETEAU FIRST 40
The Farr-designed First 40 is the follow-up to Beneteau’s highly successful First 40.7,.The hull shape is beamier, lower and sleeker than the 40.7’s. It is also a foot longer than the 40.7 with 25 percent more righting moment, thanks to a number of new build technologies that have lowered the center of gravity and reduced the overall hull weight. The cockpit is excellent. The interior finish is very nice and the production techniques for the wood joinery present a uniformly high quality appearance throughout the boat. The layout below decks is similar to the 40.7, with the head forward, creating an ensuite cabin arrangement in the bow. The V-berth is 6ft 8in long and about 2ft at its narrowest.
The light oak veneer creates an airy, contemporary ambience. The nav station has lots of flat surface area and easy access for mounting instruments. The twin aft cabins are spacious, with 6ft of headroom, hanging lockers and decent sized berths measuring 6ft 6in long with a good 5ft at their maximum width. The saloon is accommodating and pleasant; the atmosphere is ideal for evening meals while cruising or relaxing after a race.
BENETEAU OCEANIS 40
At first glance, the Oceanis 40 looks like a race car, with its flat and streamlined deck. But this is true only at first sight, as it doesn’t have the speed of a race car. Architects have chosen comfort above velocity, though it doesn’t prevent the Oceanis 40 from being a great performer in light airs. However, when the wind increases, you may need to reduce the area of sail to improve stability. Inside, this sailboat has everything a limo has; it is spacious, comfortable and elegant.
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