Flagships Gallery: Sense 55

The Sense 55 is an extraordinary cruising yacht that delivers performance and comfort second to none. The generous beam and hard chine hull design create a low-heel angle guaranteeing exceptional seaworthiness and impressive speeds.
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The Sense 55 is an extraordinary cruising yacht that delivers performance and comfort second to none. The generous beam and hard chine hull design create a low-heel angle guaranteeing exceptional seaworthiness and impressive speeds. The fixed mainsail arch provides better sheeting angle, more balanced sail plan and easy dodger attachment. Beneteau’s patented Dock & Go joystick docking system makes maneuvering in tight spaces child’s play. 

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The Sense range elevates the experience of living on board. A monohull with a multihull feel, the Sense offers large, bright and open living areas. Her expansive, ergonomic cockpit makes entertaining and enjoying the outdoors effortless. 

Beneteau’s no-compromise build quality, unmatched luxury and millions of trouble-free cruising miles make it the choice of serious sailors around the world.

Discover the new standard in handling, space, and comfort. Visit beneteauUSA.com to find a dealer near you.

Inquiries: 410.990.0270 or Sail@Beneteau.com.

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SPECS

LOA 56ft 5in

LWL 52ft 3in

BEAM 16ft 4in

DRAFT 7ft 9in (std); (5'11 optional)

DISPLACEMENT 40,906 lbs

BALLAST 10,800 lbs (12,122 optional) 

SAIL AREA 1,641 ft2

FUEL/WATER/WASTE (US GAL) 219/256/42

ENGINE Yanmar 75 HP

ELECTRICAL 110AH (engine);

2 x 140AH (house)

DESIGNER Berrett-Racoupeau; Nauta Design

BUILDER Beneteau

U.S. DISTRIBUTOR BeneteauUSA.com

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