Beneteau Sense 51

Jan 3, 2017

Beneteau announces the American launch of the new Sense 51 and Sense 57 at the upcoming Strictly Sail Miami boat show in February.

Leveraging Beneteau’s ability to innovate, these models remain loyal to the line’s basic concept. With all the cabins located in the bow, the deck plan of the Senses is both clever and exceptional. With this distinct layout, the cockpit is closer to water level, emphasizing a slender profile. The new Senses are perfectly balanced under sail and highly maneuverable.

“By making some design and functionality changes to the Sense range, Beneteau has proven once again that we listen to our customers and dealers’ feedback to continuously improve our boats” comments Chris Doscher, Sales Director for the Sailboats division. “Our open lines of communication and innovative building techniques are enabling us to bring the best blue-water sailing boats to the market” adds Doscher. 

The incredibly spacious cockpit is sheltered by a semi-hard bimini top and converts into an expansive sunbathing area.   The boat’s aft space has been upgraded: the large swim platform functioning by a hydraulic system lifts to close off the cockpit entirely for safety. The exterior galley offers a plancha grill and a sink that is cleverly concealed below the helm seats.

Join Beneteau to celebrate the American Premiere of the Sense 51 and 57 at Strictly Sail Miami at Miamarina at Bayside, February 16-20 2017.

For more details and specifications, visit Sense 51 and Sense 57.

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