New Models

The Figaro Beneteau 3 is the first production foiling one-design monohull ever to be designed. A distillation of technology and innovation, it results from a collaboration between group Beneteau’s best experts and the Van Peteghem Lauriot-Prévost (VPLP) office, the architects of the two last boats to win the Vendée Globe.

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The 7th generation of First sailing yachts is a distillation of sensations and simplicity. Competitive sailing is entering a new era with high-spirited boats designed for family and friends. Fun, Intuitive, tough, simple, smart: a brilliant reinvention of the FIRST legend!

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The world reference in cruising. With eight models ranging from 31 to 60 feet, the Oceanis is a safe and efficient sailing yacht. With increasingly stable hulls, clear deck plans, simplified manoeuvring, equipment and interiors lending themselves to personalization, the Oceanis range continues to improve the cruising experience. The dream is subtly falling into place.

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A sailing yacht for all horizons. The Sense began with a completely innovative architectural concept, making way for new cruising opportunities. The Sense’s new deck plan and well-organized spaces and circulation on board did away with interior and exterior boundaries. Enjoy a lifestyle with a view.

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Chuck & Amanda

Ron tells us that it was the two of you who made all the boat ownership papers happen so quickly.  They arrived yesterday afternoon.  It sure makes things easier for us to have them arrive so promptly.  We thank you for all the extra effort and for sending them Priority Mail Express 1-Day.  You guys at St. Barts sure run a first class operation.

The boat arrived Friday and we went over to see it immediately.  She is lookin’ really good!  We are already in contact with Eddie and have exchanged a couple of phone calls and texts with him. It is great to be working with him again.  We had to give him the bad news that they did not install the 2nd cabintop winch in the factory, again.  This is a bummer for him as it was very difficult last time to get the tool from Beneteau that he must use to get the job done.  We feel bad for him but are not worried at all.  Eddie lets nothing stop him.

Next time we get over to All Seasons we will take a photo and email it to you,

Thank you Amanda, Chuck and Ron for all you do for us.

Sincerely,

— Marjorie and Juergen