2005 Beneteau 34.7
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The Beneteau 34.7 is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of glassfibre, with wood trim. The hull is solid fibreglass below the waterline; above the waterline the hull and the deck are balsa-cored. It has a fractional sloop rig, with a keel-stepped mast, two sets of swept spreaders and composite, or optional carbon fibre, spars with steel rod standing rigging. It has a retractable carbon fibre bowsprit. The hull has a slightly raked stem, an open reverse transom, an internally mounted spade-type rudder controlled by a large 63 in (160 cm) diameter wheel and a fixed iron fin keel with a weighted "torpedo" bulb, or optional shoal-draft keel.
The design has sleeping accommodation for three people in two cabins. It has a double berth in the starboard aft cabin and a single in the port aft cabin. There are two straight settees in the main salon around a drop-leaf table. The galley is located on the port side, just forward of the companionway ladder. The galley is "L"-shaped and is equipped with a two-burner stove, an icebox and a sink. A navigation station is opposite the galley, on the starboard side. The head is located in the forepeak.