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Beneteau marks Swift Trawler milestone

This fall the 1,000th Swift Trawler was built and left Beneteau’s workshops in France.

This fall the 1,000th Swift Trawler was built and left Beneteau’s workshops in France.

The owner of the 1,000th boat, a Swift Trawler 50, enjoyed meeting the production team and toured the factory at a cocktail reception organized to celebrate the success of the line.

The new owner thanked the teams who worked on his Swift Trawler 50 and shared his excitement to start cruising on his boat and making new memories with family and friends.

First produced in 2003, the Swift Trawler line is designed for voyaging. There are now four models, including the latest Swift Trawler 30.

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