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Featured Boats at the Shows


Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409 (also on display 42DS, 45DS, 50DS) This All-New Philippe Briand designed hull incorporates a hard


chine on the aft hull section to increase stability and performance while creating extra volume in the aft cabins. A high-aspect rig and several choices of sail plan make this boat adaptable to every type of navigation. Inside the boat is a knockout with linear grain “Fine Teak 3” and double overhead hatches including a specially designed bull- nose curve fwd hatch, giving the boat a warm, spacious and open feel. A large twin wheel cockpit with all lines led aft to the helm seat. See Marine Servicenter’s ad on page 103 & 112


Tartan 4300 CCR Graceful sheerline, balanced overhangs, low coach roof and thoughtful convenience details on deck all give the 4300 CCR a very classic profile. A long and lean epoxy hull is fit with a deep low CG keel designed for great stability and sail carrying ability that improves performance and handling characteristics. The carbon mast and “Pocket Boom” paired with the self tacking headsail make sailing a breeze. Below decks the elegant cherry finished interior features a huge u-galley, large open salon, and choice of 2 or 3 cabins.


See Marine Servicenter’s ad on page 103 & 112


Hallberg-Rassy 46 The Hallberg-Rassy 46 is widely acclaimed as one of the best world


cruising yachts for families or couples. With ample tankage, stowage, and cabin space this boat packs enough gear and stores for cruising the world. Her elegant interior and world class construction quality makes for a safe and comfortable cruising experience. The Frers-designed hull and rig provide consistently high, average speeds. Available with optional hard dodger and push button sailing.


See Swiftsure’s ad on page 106


Outbound 46 Bill Biwenga, four time round the world race veteran said it best


after an Outbound transatlantic delivery ... “The Outbound is, in brief, a fabulous boat. She’s fast, well balanced and the details are right. She’s a terrific boat for going to sea.” Clean lines, moderate displacement, 190g fuel and 200g water capacity, and a beautiful handcrafted solid interior.


See Outbound’s ad on page 39


Beneteau 50 (also on display Beneteau 34 and 40) This showpiece of the in-the-water displays at the Seattle Boat


Show, the US-built 2011 Beneteau 50 provides and elegance, performance and economy in a sleek, Euro influenced design. Available in two and three stateroom layouts, this 50-footer manages to be big on accommodations while remaining easy to handle for single-hand or couples sailing. Twin helm design opens the cockpit for easy loading, lounging and sailing. Below decks, rich and practical finishes highlight the light and airy feel.


See Signature’s ad on page 111 48° NORTH, JANUARY 2011 PAGE 42


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