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Beneteau 321

Just bought a Beneteau 321 (1995) June 2006
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I have the same boat, also 1995. The top windows will probably leak. But it is a very comfortable boat, and a good sailor.
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You need to put a lanyard on the stern seat so it is always attached to the boat or it will end up overboard sooner or later. I had my 321 for several years before upsizing. Really a nice boat. Congratulations.
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Traded a Hunter 25.5 two years ago for the same boat with a in mast roller furling system, for me that convenience far out weighs the loss of sail trim and performance. I love the boat it also has 3GM30F Yanmar in it. Most boats this size now a days have a 18 horsepower. It's nice to have the extra power when needed though be it not often. What sail set up do you have. Peace happy sailing.
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My 321 came with a 30hp Perkins and the extra power is nice to have. I have added dingy davits that I designed and a motor lift that will work as a man overboard retrival system. I love the boat.
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