New Beneteau Sailing Yachts for Sale

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Whether from our UK or Mediterranean locations, Sunbird can fulfil your new boat. We are the UKs longest established Beneteau dealer and experts in the market leading Oceanis, Oceanis Yacht, First Yacht and First models.

If you're looking for the best in new sail take a look at our current models

Beneteau Oceanis range

Oceanis

With eight models ranging from 31 to 60 feet, the Oceanis is a safe and efficient sailing yacht.

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Beneteau Oceanis Yacht range

Oceanis Yacht

A new generation of high-end cruisers that optimize cockpit and interior layouts without any sacrifices to performance, practicality, or comfort.

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Beneteau First Yacht range

First Yacht

Heir to more than 40 years of experience of the First range launched by BENETEAU in 1977, the First Yacht sets the course for high-performance cruising.

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Beneteau First range

First & First SE

High-tech performance from the cutting edge of racing into the hands of the recreational sailors.

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Figaro Beneteau 3 range

Figaro

the first production foiling one-design monohull ever to be designed, a distillation of technology and innovation.

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Beneteau Océanis Yacht Range
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Beneteau First Yachts Range
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Beneteau First SE Yachts Range
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Beneteau Figaro Range
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Beneteau One Design

 

A one-design class is only possible thanks to the existence and initiative of owners’ clubs and national or international organizations. 


The one-design BENETEAU yachts fall into two different programmes: 


• The FIGARO BENETEAU II: developed for the FIGARO owner’s class »
• The BENETEAU 25: (international) class rule. complies with an ISAF »

 

At BENETEAU, one-design is not only a real challenge, but also a real manufacturing success story, since the specification of a one-design (the aim being to produce racing boats that can compete on equal terms) reduces tolerances and imposes the need for very high levels of precision in production.