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All about Evasion range


The early 1970s marked a major turning point for the Bénéteau shipyard: from being a builder of fishing vessels, the yard turned its attention to the nascent yachting market, and in particular, to a then-revolutionary construction method: resin and fibreglass.
The first of the series, the Bénéteau Evasion 32, was launched in 1972. Designed by André Bénéteau senior, the Evasion ketch series (two-masted yachts with the shorter mast installed at the stern) was a great commercial success. With one- or two-cabin 37-, 36-, 34-, 32-, 29-, 28-, 25- and 22-foot models, there's something for everyone.
Coastal cruisers, equipped with an interior wheelhouse – one could almost call them 'deck saloons' – they are well-ballasted sailing yachts, with a dynamic hull, very liveaboard, performing very well under sail and with split rigging that allows easy handling with a reduced crew in almost all weather conditions.
Although they perform well under sail, Evasions have powerful motors. With up to 54hp, the Evasion 37 far exceeds the 30hp of its 37-foot contemporaries.
The clever mix of a sailing boat hull, ketch rigging and a powerful engine – very useful in cool weather – makes for a successful combination. More than a thousand of these yachts came out of the shipyards between 1972 and the mid-1980s. A sailing boat for some, a motorsailer for others, the Évasion remains a very versatile, well-finished liveaboard sailing boat! So fifty or not fifty?


Evasion: find your future boats


The range of boats centralizes models with similar characteristics, both in their design and in their use. A boat builder can have a range dedicated to racing-cruising yachts and another specializing in small outboard motor boats. The ranges of boats may need to evolve to better meet the expectations of boaters. Thus, certain ranges are disappearing to make way for new generations of boats.



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Buying a new or used boat requires taking stock of your expectations as a future boat owner Here are the main questions to ask:


  • What is my maximum budget for buying a boat?
  • Do I have a berth available?
  • What is my boater profile?



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