Beneteau Sailing Yachts Range

Beneteau have been building boats since 1884 and introduced their first sail yacht in 1977, the First 30. Since then they have become the worlds largest yacht builder with a continuous program of development and innovation, always pushing the boundaries in terms of performance, style and comfort. 130 years of experience has gone into today’s range of yachts.

Beneteau OCEANIS

Beneteau Oceanis 38


The current generation of Oceanis yachts are designed for sharing and enjoying life at sea together. From 30′ to 62′, the Beneteau Oceanis is a safe and efficient sailing yacht. Designed with a stable hull, clear deck plan, simplified manoeuvring, equipment and interiors lending themselves to personalisation, the Beneteau Oceanis range continues to improve the cruising experience.

The dream is subtly falling into place….

Beneteau FIRST

Beneteau First 27


The Beneteau FIRST range has earned a place in the hearts of those who love to feel excitement of fast and beautiful boats. Over forty years of innovation have created the Beneteau FIRST range, developing one of Beneteau’s renowned sailing yacht lines.

Created by the most talented yacht designers of the moment with interiors by the top names in design, each new generation incorporates the latest technology and innovation. Every one of these innovations delivers more impressive race performance and greater cruising pleasure making it a pedigree that others can only envy, from the Beneteau FIRST 14 to the FIRST YACHT 53.

Beneteau FIGARO

Figaro 3 Beneteau


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

The specification defines the FB3 monohull as being as reliable as its predecessor, the FB2. It is equipped with foils, a better performing ballast-free hull, a more slender and deeper keel, a setback mast and a more extensive and larger sail plan. The FB3 monohull as being as reliable as its predecessor, the FB2. The prototype has been launched and has been tested in St Gilles Croix de Vie, the birthplace of Bénéteau and will enter the ISO/World Sailing design category A.
The Story continues on the water destination – circuit figaro bénéteau 2019.