Beneteau Announces New Monte Carlo 6

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Laurent Fabre, president of Beneteau America introduced the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show crowds to the new Monte Carlo 6, the latest Monte Carlo launch and a model that fills an important space in the Monte Carlo line. The announcement took place at their invitation-only cocktail reception in the Beneteau booth at the show. The Beneteau brand has made great advances in both global markets and in North America recently with a steady stream of exciting new models. With its Monte Carlo line, Beneteau is leading the way bringing more than just a distinctive new style to the market. The Monte Carlo design innovations and features are literally changing the buyer’s expectations in new yachts.

Look for a full review of the Monte Carlo 6 with accompanying video in a future issue of Canadian Yachting magazine.

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