Originally Posted by Vasco
Most boats are better suited to day cruising than Atlantic crossings. A properly equipped 411 should have no problem with crossing the Atlantic. As for living aboard
, the 411 has lots of room. I am talking about the "owners" model. The charter
model has a galley
along the port side of the boat, not conducive to cooking
I think Beneteau in SC stopped making the 411 before 2004. The boat you're looking at might be French built. This model was replaced by the 423. I think Beneteau tarted up the last run of the 411's and called them Celebrations.
Thank you, it is the European model, as far as I know the celebration has a taller rigging
to go a little faster. But besides that I heard nothing to worry about so far. I looked at a regular 411 which also has the 3 cabin
layout, perfect for our two kids
. Was almost 20 thousand cheaper, but also not as "clean" and a 2003. Just thinking......money.....speed......comfort.....
Well the irony is I don't even have quite the money
for neither of them, but I don't want to travel thousands of kilometers to find the right boat too.
Are in Spain
right now. Lots of Daycruisers......