Take a Trip on our Beneteau Cyclades 50.5 From Gothenburg, Sweden

Cruising Monohull
50 ft
12 Guests

About This Boat

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Enjoy the beautiful west coast of Sweden by boat! Charter the 50ft Beneteau Cyclades 50.5 Sailing Yacht for up to 11 people. Rates as low as €2,700 per week. Skipper services is available at additional cost. Reserve this boat and enjoy your unforgettable Sweden experience with us!


• April 14, 2018 to June 2, 2018: €2,700
• June 2, 2018 to June 30, 2018: €3,200
• June 30, 2018 to July 21, 2018: €3,600
• July 21, 2018 to August 4, 2018: €4,400
• August 4, 2018 to August 11, 2018: €3,600
• August 11, 2018 to August 25, 2018: €3,200
• August 25, 2018 to September 29, 2018: €2,700


• €3,000


• 5% booking before January 1, 2018
• 5% 2 weeks charter
• 5% Repeat client
• 15% Maximum

Rates includes:

• Fully equipped and insured yachts

What You Can Expect:

There are a huge number of interesting, picturesque islands along the Bohuslän coast. Many feature an excellent selection of seafood restaurants, not to mention fine swimming and unique plant and animal life. Each island has its own special character and the list below only includes a fraction of all the islands that are worth a visit. During the high season in July and early August some islands have inter-island ferry services, but more commonly they are accessed by regular ferry traffic from the mainland, and some of the larger islands by bridges.

The Koster Islands

The Koster islands, consisting of North and South Koster, are Sweden's most westerly inhabited islands and are mostly covered by nature reserve. Since the islands are virtually car-free, they attract large numbers of cyclists and hikers. South Koster is a perfect island for cycling, and bikes can be hired at every pier on the island. The best way to get around North Koster is by foot, as the road network consists mainly of paths. Both islands have a variety of nature types, with lovely swimming beaches, moors, small forests, orchids and rocky landscapes with clear traces of the Ice Age.


On Käringön you'll find the typical fishing village and a vibrant island scene. Walking from the harbour up to the pilot's lookout tower, you pass by red fishing sheds, small outhouses and gardens that have changed little since the 19th century. Käringön is home to the much-renowned restaurant Peterson's krog, and the unique Oyster Bar, where you can enjoy fresh oysters and champagne at the outer limits of the island, while sitting in a tub full of seawater heated by a wood fire. They can also give a presentation of their oyster farm, or arrange an oyster tasting. The history of Käringön goes back hundreds of years. The first fishermen came to the island in the 16th century. During the great herring years of the 18th and 19th centuries they also caught cod and ling. All the fish was salted and dried by the island's fishermen.

Gullholmen & Härmansö

At the far west of the Bohuslän archipelago is Gullholmen, one of the oldest and most beautiful fishing villages on the west coast. The wooden houses, typical of the province, huddle closer together than in any of the other towns. From Gullholmen there is a footbridge to Härmanö, which has one of Bohuslän's largest nature reserves, where a variety of rare plants grow. The most typical feature of the landscape on Härmanö is the fissured and broken gneiss bedrock, and you can walk through the "Hell's Corridors" of black dolerite. Worth a visit is Gullholmen's oldest house, Stenstuga, which is now a museum, and the Skepparhuset (the Skipper's House) from 1893. In the Skepparhuset the rooms and contents have all been kept in their original condition and the house, as well as its boatsheds, is now a maritime and fishing museum.

Väderöarna Islands

The Väderöarna Islands start where Sweden ends. The group consists of hundreds of islands spread out across the sea. Home to one of the coast's largest seal colonies, and with one of Sweden's warmest and windiest climates, which ensures lush vegetation as well as a barren, exposed landscape. This makes the islands a paradise for birdwatchers, sport fishermen, divers and other nature lovers. People come to the Väderöarna Islands to dive, fish, paint, swim, have saunas, watch birds and seals and explore the rocky landscape. In the little harbour there are very well protected spots to anchor or tie up, for those who arrive in their own boat. Otherwise you can reach Väderöarna by boat from Hamburgsund or Fjällbacka, which takes about half an hour, depending on the weather. Normally the boat trip is booked at the same time as the accommodation.

Hållö Island

The nature reserve on Hållö Island is wild and beautiful. Violets grow from the cracks in the rock, and birds that breed on the island include the black guillemot. Sailboats lie at anchor for the night in the coves. There is good swimming from the pink granite rocks and crowds are non-existent. The most popular spot for swimming is the Marmorbassängen, or Marble Pool, across the island from the ferry wharf. It has smooth rocks dropping straight into the deep, turquoise water, but there is also a stepladder to help you get in. The crystal-clear water is excellent for snorkeling and diving. Hållö has an interesting history, and has had a lighthouse since 1842. Hållö lighthouse was the first lighthouse station on the entire stretch of coastline between Marstrand and the Norwegian border.


An island of rock, Åstol sits off Tjörn in southern Bohuslän. The first thing you see of the island are the rocky hills and the white houses, almost all of which are oriented in an east-west direction. Like most of the islands in Bohuslän, Åstol became inhabited as a result of the mid-18th century herring boom. The difference between Åstol and many of the towns up and down the coast is that it is a living community throughout the year, even if there is a considerable difference between summer and winter. Åstol consists of barren, windswept rocky hills made of amphibolite, a metamorphic rock. The roads on the island are narrow and car-free, and if you walk to the watertower on Store Varn you are rewarded with a magnificent view over the ocean to the west. Åstol is reached by ferries from Rönnäng on the island of Tjörn.


Bohus-Malmön is a rocky island about 4 km long and 2 km wide, home to a genuine fishing and stone-cutting community. Here you can take the kärleksstigen or "Love Path" around Draget which is a popular walking route, past quays, beautiful rose gardens and the beautiful Bohuslän granite. The official flower of the province, the honeysuckle, flowers twice a year here, and when the heather blooms the island is tinged with purple. To get to the island there is a ferry from Kungshamn. Drive towards "Kungshamn S" and then turn left by the sign for Malmön. The ferry leaves twice an hour and is free.

What to Expect Onboard:

One of Sweden's fastest and largest boats may be rented unaccompanied skipper. The boat was designed and engineered by Bruce Farr to be fast and comfortable. yacht has almost all the equipment.


• Make/Model: Beneteau Cyclades 50.5
• Year Built: 2009
• Length: 15.65 m
• Beam: 4.95 m
• Depth: 2.05 m 
• Cabins: 5
• Capacity: 11+ 1
• Heads/WC: 3
• Engine: 110 hp
• Water tank: 930 l
• Fuel tank: 440 l
• Stering Wheel: 2x
• Sail Area (sq.m.): 118
• Main Sail: Battened
• Autopilot
• Electrical Windl
• Bow Thruster
• Chart Plotter Cockpit

Standard Equipment

• Furling Genoa
• Sprayhood
• Vhf
• Echosounder
• Log
• Heater
• Shower
• Holding tank
• Radio CD
• Player
• Life jackets
• Blankets and pillows
• Refrigerator
• Gas stove
• Kitchen Equipment
• Shore power
• Battery charger
• Cockpit table

Additional Services:

Obligatory Services

• Final Cleaning: €300 /5 cab

Optional Services (Optional services have to pre-booked 10 days prior to embarkation)

• Dinghy: €80/week
• Out boarder: €100/week
• Bedlinnen and two towels €20/set
• Skipper €1550/week plus food or €500  for one day.
• Practical instructor: €270 /5 hours


• €10 /day outside
• €15 /day inside
• Grill €25 including charcoal

Premium Packs

• Early Boarding -  €129/Charter (over 40 feet)
• Get access to your boat at 13:00 and start sailing already the first day.
• Easy Communication €79/ Week
• Wi-Fi on board up to 5 devices


• With Taxi, prices are estimated and in EUR
• Göteborg Landvetter: Göteborg City Marina, 4 persons - €53, 5-8 persons €75


  • Type: Cruising Monohull
  • Capacity: 12 People
  • Year: 2009
  • Rental Minimum: 7 days
  • Length: 50 ft
  • Cancellation: Full Refund 5 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

• Embarkation: Saturday after 17:00 hours

• Disembarkation: Saturday before 09:00 hours (Return to home port before 19:00 hours the day before)

• Regatta sailing: 100% increased price and 50% increased security deposit.

• Proof of Competency: Appropriate sailing license.


  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Wheel steering
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Generator
  • Inverter
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Berth
  • Air Conditioning
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Head

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  • 6B Gullbergs Strandgata
  • Gothenburg, Västra Götaland County 41104,
  • Sweden
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