BENETEAU 51.5 bareboat monohull sailboat
Designed by Berret-Racoupeau, the Beneteau 51.5 is the latest addition to our fleet. She features a large cockpit, generous interior volumes, 4 double cabins with ensuite heads and shower, plus crew quarters with a head and sink in the peak. The large galley is across a U-shaped saloon with a large table that also converts to a double bed. An additional settee offers more seating and additional storage. Behind the settee, a full size cabinet provides additional refrigeration storage and counter space. Generous water and fuel capacities, generator and air conditioning on some yachts add to the comfort of this blue water cruiser.
*Air conditioning and generator not available on all yachts. Call for details.
*Forepeak cabin is not air conditioned in any location.
The Beneteau 51.5 monohull bareboat is available for charter in Tortola (British Virgin Islands, Caribbean), St. Martin (Caribbean), and Tahiti (South Pacific).
– Sailing Conditions –
Tortola, BVI: The BVI offers sheltered waters and simple navigation. Winds generally blow northeast to southwest at 10-20 knots. In the winter months, the winds can be stronger and blow more northeasterly. The tidal range is about 12 inches.
St. Martin, Caribbean: You’ll enjoy the challenge of open water sailing as you go from island to island. Navigation can be tricky due to numerous reefs. Winds are nearly always from the east blowing 10-25 knots. The west flowing current is often imperceptible.
Tahiti: Enjoy a prevailing easterly wind of 15-20 knots. Tidal range is less than one foot and can generally be counted as non-existent.