Beneteau FIRST 211 Cruising Monohull Rental in Baden, France
PRICES from 01.01 till 17.04 - €500 18.04 - 10.07 --------- €650 11.07 - 21.08 --------- €800 22.08 - 11.09 --------- €650 12.09 - 31.12 --------- €500 Designed by Groupe Finot, and introduced in 1998 as a replacement model for the 1992 model First 210, the Beneteau First 211 is a small high performance yacht designed to be simple to sail, and able to take the ground or be trailed. The words 'pocket rockets' tend to be used to describe these boats! The design was revised to become the Beneteau First 21.7 in 2005. All three models, 210, 211 and 21.7 are very similar in style and concept, and share many actual components, probably including the hull moulding itself. The hull of the Beneteau First 211 is solid GRP, with sandwich construction for the deck moulding. There is foam buoyancy at bow and stern, guaranteeing unsinkability. The ballasted drop keel is raised by by a manual jack, and allows easy transport of the boat as well as drying out if required, supported level by the twin rudders. The sailplan has a non-overlapping jib to keep sheet loads down, and a large spinnaker to achieve high speeds downwind. With almost 6 ft draught with keel down, and twin rudders for control, upwind performance is also excellent. The cabin of the Beneteau First 211 has four berths, with a vee-double forward, and two quarter berths aft. Amidships, either side of the drop keel mechanism structure, is a simple galley. Individual boats often have slight variations in the interor fit-out, those used primarily for cruising may have a small sink and bigger cooker, and boats used only for racing may be very spartan below. The accommodation is very simple, but nicely finished. A chemical toilet sits under the teak-lidded box forming the companionway step.
- Captain is optional.
- You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
- 4 guests
- Cruising Monohull
pThis charming marina has allnbspbr the amenities: a captaincy with modern toilet, restaurant, food shop in the village.ppnbspppDiscover the cruise in the Gulf to Vannes,nbspbr the island of Arz, the river Auray ... and the Quiberon bay with multiple stops always sheltered from prevailing winds.ppnbspppA cruise between land and sea in a magical sitenbspbr with lights constantly renewed.p
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Outboard Engine
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.