PREVIEW FROM PARIS: THE SMALLEST TRAWLER BY BÉNÉTEAU

//
Leggi l’articolo in italiano

The small Trawler by Bénéteau, presented at the last Boat Show of Paris, makes you want to live there: 30 feet studied and well-exploited for a comfortable and quiet on board life. Swift Trawlers have been successful since 2003, the year when the range was launched: they are stable, comfortable, marine, easy to drive and live. They combine the desire of sea with the desire to travel with comfort.

The small 30-foot boat has a stylish design and high marine qualities. Bénéteau has in fact decided to reproduce the semi-gliding hull, already tested in Swift Trawler 34 and 44, also on this boat by improving consumption: the autonomy at a 15knot cruising speed is 200 miles, which, combined with 300-litre water tank, makes this small trawler a good boat for long travels.

ST 30  - 8

Interiors are functional and you have the sensation to miss nothing in little more than 10 metres: Swift Trawler 30′ can have one or two double cabins, and the sofa in the dinette can be converted into a huge bed for six people! Seats are convertible and the table can disappear under them to create more space. The helmsman’s post is entirely in glass: this way, view is excellent and the dinette is very bright.

Exteriors, too, are well-arranged: the rear pilot house can be totally opened and the astern zone is a beautiful terrace where you can have your open-air lunch or dinner. The fly bridge is equipped with a table which can be turned or removed in order to use spaces according to your needs. Gangways are everywhere, topsides are high and they protect the passage towards the bow.

ST30_int

ST 30 top 1 end 2 room

ST 30 top fly

Technical file:

Overall Length: 9,99 m. (10,39 mt. with optional bathroom platform)

Boat length: 3,53 m

Displacement: 6.000 kg

Draught: 1,05 m

Fuel tank: 720 l

Water tank: 300 l

Engine: 300 or 370 horsepower

CE category: B8

Basic price: 169,000 Euros, VAT excluded

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Previous Story

PARIS EXHIBITION, BÉNÉTEAU PRESENTS ITS NEW 41.1 BOAT

Next Story

Mooring to a buoy: with bow or … poop!