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Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 2007 Beneteau 423

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location: BC
Remarks: BENETEAU 423 sailboat built in 2007 for sale. Located at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Please pay attention to - Additional equipment/upgrades - section of mentioned websi... (read more)

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1999 Beneteau Beneteau 411 in Warwick, RI

109,000.00 USD

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 1999 Beneteau Beneteau 411

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location: Warwick, RI
Remarks: NEW ARRIVAL Finesse is a stunning example of the beneteau 411.Her current and only owner has kept her in excellent condition with constant upgrades during his ownership includi... (read more)

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1992 Beneteau First 53F5 in St Lucia

69,950.00 USD

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 1992 Beneteau First 53F5

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location: St. Lucia to Grenada
Remarks: She’s comfortable, fast and ready to go. An amazing performance cruiser. She’s in very good working order and ready to go cruising. Make no mistake, this is not a charter Ben... (read more)

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1984 Beneteau FIRST 45.6 in Antigua

60,000.00 EUR

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 1984 Beneteau FIRST 45.6

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location:
Remarks: Good selling price because she needs painting and new cockpit teak.

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 1996 Beneteau First 42s7

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location:
Remarks: 1996 Beneteau First 42s7 Bruce Farr Yacht Design Peter Starck pearwood interior USVI Registered & located in USVI (currently St Croix) "Mistral" is a high performance,  co... (read more)

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 2007 Beneteau 423

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location: Grenada WI
Remarks: We have been sailing in the Caribbean on our boat for the last three seasons and now we're ready for the next challenge. Kasoumai is a fabulous sailing vessel, comfortable and in ... (read more)

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 2008 Beneteau 343

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location: Gales Ferry, CT
Remarks: Original owners. Very good condition. For more details see link below: https://newlondon.craigslist.org/boa/d/mystic-2008-beneteau-343-sailboat/7153048272.html

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 1990 Beneteau First in Class 235

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location: Keystone, CO
Remarks: Pristine Condition - New Rigging, Great Sails, New Wood & Stain below, Includes Summer Slip Fee with power at Dillon Marina for the summer 2019 valued @ $5,000, New Galvanized trai... (read more)

Beneteau Sailboats For Sale by owner | 1990 Beneteau 285 First

 

Used Sailboat for sale by owner
Location: Detroit, MI
Remarks: Currently drydocked. This is a fresh water boat, I am the second owner. Winged keel Navigation and sails need updating. This sailboat has had very limited use during its life.

What Type of Sailboat Should I Get?


Sailing is a timeless and exhilarating activity that allows you to connect with nature and experience the thrill of gliding across the water. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a beginner looking to embark on your first sailing adventure, understanding sailboats and the world of sailing is essential. This introduction to sailboats will provide you with some tips and recommendations to help you unleash the thrill of sailing.

The different types of sailboats

Sailboats come in various shapes and sizes, each designed for specific purposes and sailing conditions. It's important to understand the different types of sailboats to choose the one that best suits your needs.

Monohulls are the most common type of sailboat and are characterized by their single hull. They offer stability and are ideal for cruising and racing. Most people agree they offer the smoothest ride through water, especially if the waves are over several feet high.

Catamarans on the other hand, have two hulls connected by a bridge deck. They provide excellent stability and spacious living accommodations, making them perfect for long-distance cruising. Although their ride through the waves is more stable than a monohull they can be a bit choppy.

Trimarans feature three hulls and offer exceptional speed and maneuverability. They are popular among racing enthusiasts and those looking for a thrilling sailing experience but also can be used for cruising.

Choosing the right sailboat for your needs

When it comes to choosing the right sailboat for your needs, there are several factors to consider. First and most importantly what are your sailing goals. Are you looking to cruise leisurely or participate in competitive racing? This will help narrow down your options.

Before you consider buying a sailboat you need to do your research through various articles and books on sailing. Then once you have a basic understanding of sailboats and sailing you should consider taking some introductory sailing courses. These will help you determine if sailing is really for you and if so what type of boat you should consider.

Secondly, consider your budget. Sailboats can range from affordable and fairly simple used boats to luxury yachts and prices also vary widely depending on the size of the sailboat. Set a realistic budget and stick to it.

Next, think about the number of people you plan to sail with regularly. If you have a large family or enjoy sailing with friends, you'll need a sailboat with ample space and accommodations.

Lastly, consider the sailing conditions in your area. If you'll be sailing in open waters with strong winds, a sturdy and sea-worthy sailboat capable of handling challenging conditions is essential.

Conclusion

Sailing is a thrilling and rewarding activity that allows you to connect with nature and explore the world in a unique way. By understanding the different types of sailboats, choosing the right sailboat for your needs, and following safety protocols, you can unleash the thrill of sailing. Sailing gives you a sense of accomplishment that you don’t get with a power boat. Anyone can turn on a key and take off in a power boat but it takes skill to sail! With the right equipment, knowledge, and skills, you'll be ready to embark on unforgettable sailing adventures around the world.

Whether you're a seasoned sailor or a beginner looking to start your sailing journey, there's no better time to get out on the water. You can start by clicking here to browse the many sailboats that BoatersNet has to offer! Happy sailing!

 

Click here to read our entire Introduction to Sailboats article!