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Beneteau’s Spring Tour


With significant travel restrictions still in place in many parts of Europe — and with high boating season approaching — Beneteau is utilizing its network of dealers to launch its Roadshow.

Starting next month, the Beneteau Roadshow will visit nine locations in seven nations in northern and southern Europe, with by-appointment-only tours and sea trials for clients.


New models from its sail- and powerboat ranges will be on display. All events will follow local health and safety guidelines.

The tour dates are as follows; more information and boats on display for each location can be found here.

• April 1-4 & 8-11: Heiligenhafen, Germany

• April 23-25: Bruinisse, Netherlands

• April 30-May 2: Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France

• May 7-9: Rome, Italy

• May 12-16: Marseille, France

• May 28-30: Lorient, France

• May 28-31: Oslo, Norway

• June 4-7: Stockholm, Sweden

• June 18-20: Hamble, U.K.

Click here for more information and to make an appointment



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