Beneteau 50 SENSE

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Every charter includes: Linen Starter Pack Wet Weather Gear PFD's Safety Harnesses Starter Pack Vessel Orientation

Airport & Ferry Shuttle (Subject to availability)


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Board the evening before your charter for a $99 fee.


Full Provisioning available including delicious choices for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks. From $30 per person per day. Contact us for further information.

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Beneteau 50 Sense - Coming soon

Is luxury what you're after? The Beneteau 50 Sense combines extraordinary
interior comfort, volume and light with bluewater strength. The launch the New generation of long-range cruising boats in the company’s line, with a powerful new Beneteau Sense 50, which debuted in Miami 2012 and was in Annapolis last October.

The builder’s collection, is the sweeping fixed arch just forward of the cockpit, stylish and contemporary in appearance, the arch is also strong and useful, providing a solid framework for a dodger and a bimini—which, when in place, effectively open up the living area down below by sheltering the wide, generously sized companionway—as well as the fixed point for the mainsheet block and tackle that’s rigged conveniently nearby at the end of the boom (for trimming, the sheet itself is ultimately led aft to the cockpit. With a pair of elongated “eyebrow” ports that flow nicely with the no-nonsense lines of the low-profile deckhouse, a near plumb bow, and an almost razor-sharp sheer line, the 50 is a very modern, purposeful-looking design. Stainless-steel handrails abound, there’s plenty of light and ventilation  via a plethora of portholes, deck panels, and hatches, and there’s a massive forward sail locker just aft of the vertical anchor windlass.

There are choices to be made in the interior plan, too, the furnishings for which are now rendered in easy-on-the-eyes Alpi mahogany and highlighted by LED internal lighting; LEDs are also used for the navigation lights. Owners can opt for the double-cabin version, with a spacious stern stateroom, or a triple-cabin model, with twin doubles aft and the owner’s suite stationed in the bow; both come with two heads. That decision will probably depend on whether you’re sailing off as a couple or bringing your next generation along for the journey.

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Hull Tanks Accomodation
  • LOA: 50'1''
  • LWL: 49'2''
  • Displacement: 33,720 lbs
  • Beam: 15'11''
  • Draft: 6'11"
  • Fuel: 2200L
  • Water: 193 Gal
  • Holding: 2 x 80 L
  • Berths:6
  • Head: 2
  • Cabin Heat: Yes
  • Stereo: Yes
  • Staterooms: 3
  • Head room 6' 10"
Galley Equipment Electrical Engine
  • Stove/Oven: 3 burner
  • Hot Water: Yes
  • Pressure Water: Yes
  • Refridgeration: Yes
  • Freezer: Yes
  • Microwave: Yes
  • Batteries: 3
  • 110V Wiring: Yes
  • Battery Charger: Yes
  • Water Heater :Yes
  • Inverter: Yes
  • Bilge Pumps: 1 electric, 1 manual
  • Type: Yanmar
  • HP: 75
  • Drive: Sail
  • Cooling: Fresh Water
  • Propeller: 3 Blade folding
Navigation Equipment On Deck Extras
  • Depth Sounder: Yes
  • Knot Meter : Yes
  • Bow Thruster YES
  • GPS: Yes
  • Radar: Yes
  • Autopilot: Yes
  • Plotter: Yes
  • VHF radio : Yes
  • Binoculars: Yes
  • Hand compass : Yes
  • Main sail: Furling
  • Dodger: Yes
  • Bimini: Yes
  • Steering: 2 station
  • Windlass: Yes
  • Anchor 1: Bruce
  • Chain: 100'
  • Rode: 200'
  • Anchor 2:
  • Bimini
  • Dinghy
  • Outboard
  • BBQ
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit shower
  • Crab trap
  • Teak decks
  • TV & DVD
  • Cruising Chute


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