It's a spring launch for the latest and last in Beneteau's sportscruiser range
There’s no stopping Beneteau’s run on the sportscruiser market, as you can see from these exclusive pictures.
They show the Monte Carlo 27, which will complete Beneteau’s sportcruiser range after the 37 and 32 were released last year.
Unlike its larger siblings, this boat will only be available in an ‘open’ version. It will also be the only boat in the range with a single engine.
But apart from these differences, much remains the same, particularly the boat’s styling and use of colour. Its hull, too, will feature the patented Air Step design.
The first boat is expected on the water towards the end of spring, and MBM will endeavour to have a test for you soon after.
In the meantime, you can check out our exclusive first test of the Monte Carlo 32 in May’s MBM, out 17 April.
Length overall: 8.54m
Hull length: 7.49m
Light displacement: 3300kg
Air draught: 2.08m
Fuel capacity: 285 litres
Water capacity: 100 litres
Engine: Single Volvo 260 HP diesel or 320 HP petrol