Mar 27, 2008
By Jeremy McGeary (More articles by this author)
|Large ports in the house are typical of Beneteau, as is the big mooring cleat; nonskid on the cabin top extends onto the cabin sides.|
Perhaps they were remembering the late 1980s, when “decorators” forced sailors to live among curved surfaces—hard to do on the level, never mind heeled at 20 degrees. To everyone’s relief, the most recent approach by Beneteau has proven to be refreshingly rectilinear, and the resulting layouts are both practical and comfortable.