Beneteau Boat Service and Owners Manual PDF

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Beneteau is a French manufacturer of sailing and motor boats, with production facilities in France and the United States.

In 1884, in the small town of Croix de Vie in western France, Benjamin Beneto built his shipyard. The first ships lowered from the stocks of the Beneto shipyard were wooden sailing fishing trawlers. The shipyard began to produce motor boats since 1912, and they were also fishing, primarily adapted for fishing tuna. The founder of the shipyard managed it until 1928, when, having reached his majority, the reins of power were taken by his son Andre. At that time, the shipyard flourished. Neither the war, nor the country's domestic financial and political problems could affect the importance of fishing boats for French fishermen, and therefore the shipyard successfully continued to build them.

 

Having existed for 80 years without any changes, in 1964 the Beneto family shipyard, managed by the third generation, changed its image. Fundamental changes also affected the principles of construction - it was decided to use the most modern technologies and new materials, in particular fiberglass, and types of boats - since 1964 the shipyard has been producing boats not only for professional fishing, but also boats and yachts for recreation and yachting . The latest history of the company dates back to 1965, when the Beneto shipyard exhibited the first development embodying a new concept of the company at the boat exhibition in Paris. Participation in that exhibition completely changed the fate of the company and brought it to a new level.

Beneto was among the world leaders in the production of yachts in 1982. The next step forward - the successful release of Beneto shares on the Paris Stock Exchange - was timed to coincide with the centenary of the shipyard in 1984. Gradually acquiring new shipyards, and quite well-known in the market (Lagoon, Jeanneau, CNB, Wauquiez), the Beneto company grows and turns into a group of companies - the Beneteau Group. In addition to the main activity, which remains shipbuilding, the company is developing the real estate sector, as well as building Microcar cars with fiberglass bodies (these cars can be driven without a driver’s license).

 

Currently, Beneto is the largest European manufacturer of yachts (sailing and motor) and boats. In Europe, Beneto has about 25% of the market, in France - more than 40%. In Russia, as well as in Europe, boats of this company are highly respected and in the same demand, both among professionals and amateurs.

 

More than 4,000 new boats and yachts of various sizes and classes, most of which are motorized, are launched from the berths of Beneto shipyards in France, Poland, and the USA each year. They are sold in almost 40 countries. Famous sailing series: traditional high-speed First (produced since the 1970s, at the time this series was the embodiment of a new direction of the company), cruise yachts - luxury Oceanis and comfortable Cyclades, sports Figaro. All of them confirm the quality of the company with their consistently high performance in various sailing regattas. Motor boats “Beneto” are produced in series: beautiful high-speed boats Flyer, stylish high-speed yachts Monte Carlo, cruise Antares and, of course, Swift Trawler - sailing yachts that have already received the title of “Trawler of the Year” twice.

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