As a sailboat, the Beneteau 37 impresses the public with its practical functionality and comfortable design. Groupe Finot is behind the boat overall design complimented by the interior style created by Nauta. Compared to the luxurious interiors offered by other cruisers like Oceanis 411, Beneteau 37 went for a more modern interior appearance with focuses on comfort.
The deck is balsa-cored with firm hulls made from fiberglass. Beneteau 37 has the standard 105 percent furling genoa and in-mast roller furling that permits easy reefing. Overall, the boats in-mast sails systems prove to be very easy to manipulate. Various of trim options can be made because if its main that is intended to be loose-footed. The 36-inch steering wheel is located at the aft and helm and the cockpit has a wide area that permits moving around with ease.
The Beneteau 37 is fuel efficient just like Oceanis 311. The boats Yanmar diesel with 29 horsepower powers it effectively even it protected waters. It has an excellent fuel capacity accommodating about 52 gallons, which is enough for long-term sailing.
The accommodation looks bright and spacious, which are qualities that can also be seen in other bigger cruisers like Oceanis 500. However, the interior layout is created with practicality in mind. The galley features the standard cooking and dining equipment such as double sinks, stove, oven, refrigerator and ingenious stowage lockers. The two cabins are each located at the forward and aft side. The cabins include spacious double berths and lockers. The head is equipped with stall shower.
In general, Beneteau 37 belongs to that caliber of cruisers created for easy sailing such as First 32.
The most popular sales locations by state for the 37 are: New York, New Jersey, Louisiana, Texas, Alabama, Illinois, Georgia, Ohio, California, South Carolina, Delaware, Virginia, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Washington, Florida, North Carolina, Missouri, Michigan and Minnesota.