Sunsail welcomes two new Beneteau monohull models to its yacht charter fleet

Sunsail, a leading yacht charter holiday company, announces two new Beneteau monohulls models to its award-winning charter fleet.

The Sunsail 463 (Oceanis 47) and Sunsail 382 (Oceanis 38) are both from the Beneteau Oceanis range of sailing yachts. The new yachts will be available from December 2019 and can be booked now for yacht charter holidays in the British Virgin Islands, St. Lucia, and St. Martin. Guests can begin booking these yachts immediately and there are also yacht ownership opportunities now available.

“Beneteau sets the bar for classic monohull design. Their dedication to creating world-class sailing yachts make them a great partner for Sunsail, and a fantastic choice for sailors worldwide,” comments Josie Tucci, VP of Sales and Marketing.

The Sunsail 463 is a 3 cabin/3 head sailing catamaran with sleek lines, single level deck, spacious cabins, and is outfitted with shoreline-powered air-conditioning and watermaker. The Sunsail 382, a 3 cabin/2 head layout, comes complete with shoreline-powered air-conditioning and watermaker as well.

The Sunsail 463 and Sunsail 382 each include an electric grill, flat screen TV/DVD player and Bluetooth/USB connectivity. Additional charter options include coolers, Wi-Fi internet, watersports rentals, and prepaid provisioning services.

To book your charter holiday, please contact the Sunsail Charter Sales Team to speak with a Holiday Planning Specialist on 0330 332 1172 or visit

For information on purchasing one of the new model yachts, please contact the Yacht Sales Team on 023 9222 2225 or visit

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