Beneteau Horizons iNewsletter for December 2016

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Beneteau Horizons iNewsletter for December 2016

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DECEMBER 2016
 
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Heighten Your Senses
 
Beneteau recently announced the American launch of the newly redesigned Sense range at the upcoming Strictly Sail Miami Boat Show, February 16-20 2017.

Leveraging Beneteau’s ability to innovate, the two new models – Sense 51 and Sense 57 – 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.

REGISTER TO SEE THE SENSES IN MIAMI
 

 
‘Tis the Holiday Shopping Season
 
Late for your Christmas shopping? Looking for a gift idea for Uncle Bob?
Beneteau’s got you covered!Check out all the great Beneteau gear including jackets, hats, tableware, gift cards and much more.
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How Beneteau Builds Boats
 
Take a tour of the Beneteau factories in France with BoatTest.com and get an exclusive inside peek at how our boats are constructed.
Click on the links below to start your visit:
+ Resin and coring: Sailboats / Powerboats
+ Hull and deck: Sailboats / Powerboats
+ Wood workshop31′ to 45′ sailboats distributed in North America are proudly built in Marion, SC, USA.
 
 

 
 
 
The team at Beneteau America sends you their best wishes for a fun-filled holiday season and the joy of Beneteau boating in the new year!

We look forward to bringing you even more fun, informative, and exclusive contents in Horizons in 2017.

Happy reading and Happy New Year!

 
 

 
  VIDEO OF THE MONTH  
 
 
 
Sense 57 by Beneteau
Michael James
Michael James
Michael James has been with Murray Yacht Sales since 1995 and is in the the New Orleans office.

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