Grand Yachts Inc‘s Robb Butler on the new Beneteau 41.1

Robb Butler

Oct 24, 2016

Canadian Yachting met up with Robb Butler of Grand Yachts at the Annapolis Boat Show on board the new Beneteau 41.1.

Here is what Robb had to say, “Upon viewing the new Beneteau 41.1 I was struck with the new ultra-sleek lines. The trademark hard chine stretches for the entire length of the hull creating a reduced heeling angle and optimizing the interior volume. The flush deck hatches add to the overall sleekness. With the 22 square foot swim platform in the down position the twin wheel cockpit becomes an enormous entertainment area.”

“Very noticeable is the new deck joint which does away with the traditional wood toe rail which always requires maintenance.

The full beam salon with a U-shaped can accommodate 6 to 8 guests.

With a choice of 2 or 3 cabins, 1 or 2 heads and two interior wood colours, the 41.1 offers a high level customization.

The 41.1 is another stunning addition to the Beneteau stable.”

Dealers: Grand Yachts Inc. Located at Port Sidney Marina and Coal Harbour, Vancouver BC
Beneteau 41

 

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