daysailor

daysailor

(ˈdeɪˌseɪlə)
n
another name for dayboat
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Beneteau's modular build concept allows upgrades to your Oceanis 35 for items such as stove/oven to the Daysailor version or a cabin conversion to the Weekender so these versatile boats can change to your requirements.
Meanwhile, in other sailing news, Eugene Yacht Club member Phill Root won his fourth Daysailor class North American championship earlier this month on Lake Onalaska near La Crosse, Wis.
Beneteau's modular build concept allows upgrades to your Oceanis 35 for items such as adding a stove/oven to the Daysailor version or a cabin conversion to the Weekender, so these versatile boats can change to suit your requirements.
According to the specifications the only item that doesn't show as an option on the Daysailor is the hot water system.
Upgrades to your Oceanis 35 are available, as Beneteau's modular build concept will allow the addition of say, a full stove/oven to the Daysailor version or a cabin conversion to the Weekender so these versatile boats can change as your family needs evolve.
2], jib 25,5 DISPLACEMENT 5,207 kilograms daysailor / 5,533 kilograms cruiser BALLAST (deep): 1,559 kilograms PRICE $221,722,000 (sailaway)
Beneteau's marketing product development manager, Thomas Gaillard, says that sales of the Oceanis 38 have so far been 70 percent for the Cruiser version, 29 percent for the Weekender and only one percent for the fully 'stripped-out' Daysailor.
The arch can be optioned out in the Daysailor version.
There's a stripped-out, open plan Daysailor, a Weekender with up to three cabins, and the fully fitted-out traditional Cruiser version.