Commissioning two NEW Beneteau’s to Kiwi-based owners
18 April 2018 | 36 Degrees News
Two brand new Beneteau models have docked in to New Zealand’s shores and are being prepared by 36 Degrees services for handover to their excited new owners.
With the performance version of Oceanis’s popular 41.1 model along with the Oceanis 45 currently in Westhaven, the team is proud to add two new boats to their growing repertoire of successful commissioned projects.
The arrival marks another milestone for the premier brokerage after signing on as New Zealand’s Beneteau agents in 2016, as their reputation in this specialised field grows.
“Beneteau is world renown for their high quality production builds and we pride ourselves as experts in all areas of commissioning these to their Kiwi based owners,” says director Conrad Gair.
The 41.1 in particular is an evolution of the popular Oceanis range, with the performance pack inclusions giving her a taller mast, performance sails, the German mainsheet system, Dyform standing rigging, and more. Comfort while achieving top speeds is what this model is all about.
The two new Beneteau’s will be available to view over the next month in Auckland before they head to the home waters of their new owners.
If you are interested in checking out either the 41.1 or 45 or talking through the processes of commissioning a new build, please do get in touch with the team.