It has been exciting times for Beneteau lately, with the recently held Beneteau Cup Hong Kong, two new models – the First Yacht 53 and Oceanis Yacht 54 – arriving into Hong Kong, and a recent order of the sailing range flagship, the Oceanis Yacht 62, into Hong Kong. Beneteau has indeed became the buzz word in the city – everyone wants one!
We are pleased to announce that the Oceanis Yacht 62 will arrive towards the end of the year into Hong Kong and will officially become the city’s flagship sailing Beneteau, heading the fleet of 200+ Beneteau boats based in Hong Kong.
The Beneteau Oceanis Yacht 62 is a truly exceptional yacht, with a clean, unencumbered deck and reassuring design that is balanced and manoeuvrable, a chined hull, twin rudders for better control and a perfectly balanced sail plan.
The transom opens wide creating a rear platform designed like a terrace over the sea, accessed by a few safe steps located on either side of the dinghy garage. This easily accessible dinghy garage of voluminous dimensions – 3.5m x 1.7m – is the biggest on similarly sized yachts in her class, and makes launching the dinghy so much easier.
Six sun beds are ideally distributed between the stern of the yacht, cockpit, coach roof and foredeck (double sun bed with lights and speakers built in), offering endless opportunities for pleasure and relaxation.
Her interior styling is modern and clean; the layout is very uncluttered and most appliances are hidden behind covers to keep the overall look simple and elegant.
The original layout of the Oceanis Yacht 62 is centred around a spacious saloon and separate spaces, allowing guests to enjoy great privacy. Bathed in light by huge hull portholes, this luxuriously designed yacht offers luxurious materials and exclusive woodwork finishes.
The forward cabin in particular is a apogee of comfort, with a real feeling of space and luxury plus plenty of headroom. As you’d expect, the yacht is absolutely loaded with electric gizmos and the options list is substantial.
We are all delighted to see this super sailor arriving into Hong Kong this year and she will be certainly making her mark on the local racing/cruising scene.