Beneteau Barracuda 9: This is an interesting feature that is usually seen only on much larger yachts. The crew is able to handle the ground tackle at waist height. This is an important feature that creates a considerable increase in the safety factor.
Beneteau Gran Turismo 38: With a single piece 1/4" (10.2 cm) thick safety glass windshield, there's great visibility directly forward. Notice the large sun pad on the bow and the high safety rails carry well aft.
Beneteau Oceanis 38: The huge cockpit and dual helms are the same on all versions. The mainsheet arch and fold-down transom are standard except on the Daysailer, where they are optional, and the cockpit center table is an option on all three.
Beneteau Swift 34: This fish's-eye-view of the Swift 34 accentuates her high topsides, flying-bridge overhang that covers the side deck and traditional portholes in the hull. Both hull and deck are balsa-cored fiberglass to save weight and improve performance.