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Beneteau First 33.7
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Description: Beneteau First 33.7
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Review Date: Mon October 28, 2002 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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My wife and I sail our First 33.7 out of Sackets Harbor,N.Y. on lake Ontario. We are very pleased with its preformace.It has a well balanced helm and points real well(5ft 3in bulb keel).I am dis apointed in Beneteau for little things.The boat was made in France.1-lack of sail logo and sail numbers.2-lack of sail adjustment info.3-not factory equiped with a battery charger(I got caught with that one). I changed the holding tank to 20 gallons,put on an adjustable backstay and a PYI Max prop-2 blade.
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