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The Nicest & Newest Fleet in Chicago

Beneteau Oceanis 31

As the range entry model, the Oceanis 31 bears a strong family resemblance to its sisters, combining elegance with ingenuity for maximum cruising pleasure.

In addition to a keel boat version, a lested lifting keel and twin-rudder version is offered.

The inside has just been rethought entirely. Many storage areas and a very spacious aft cabin are part of this new layout stemming from the latest generation of Oceanis.

Name
Year
Cabins
Lite Fee
Classic Fee
Sister Sail
2017
2
$ 5,000.00 (Annual fee)
$ 7,300.00 (Annual fee)

Hunter 33

The Hunter 33 is a dream boat for sailors shopping in the 30-34 foot range. Easy for couple to handle, big enough to take out a large group for a sunset sail. The cabin includes a full galley and enclosed head. Perfect for daysailing or cruising!

Name
Year
Cabins
Lite Fee
Classic Fee
Knot A Care
2005
2
$ 3,720.00 (Annual fee)
$ 6,200.00 (Annual fee)

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349

The Sun Odyssey 349 captivates with her pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. The 349 is the perfect combination of performance, comfort and safety at sea. Whether in the cockpit or at the helm, at anchorage or at sea, you will enjoy taking full advantage of this seaworthy, stable and easy-to-handle sailboat. With two or three cabins, a spacious saloon and a very functional galley, the Sun Odyssey proves both well considered and inviting. High quality woodwork accents an incredibly bright, well-lit interior.

Name
Year
Cabins
Lite Fee
Classic Fee
Red Sky
2019
2
$ 5,500.00 (Annual fee)
$ 8,600.00 (Annual fee)

Beneteau Oceanis 38

Meet the game changer! With her generous list of options, she introduced the sailing world to the concept that a yacht doesn’t have to be a 70′ one-off to fit her skipper’s needs. Cruising at everyone’s pace on seas the world over. Sailing single-handed, as a couple, with the family or with friends, the Oceanis 38 can make all sailing dreams come true. On board this yacht, sailing is free of needless constraints. Its very use has been redesigned to leave the owner the choice of layout. Designed to evolve, it can adapt to stages in life through the addition and subtraction of elements.

Name
Year
Cabins
Lite Fee
Classic Fee
Vind
2016
2
$ 6,000.00 (Annual fee)
$ 10,000.00 (Annual fee)

Beneteau Oceanis 38.1

The Oceanis 38.1’s chined hull offers particularly surprising cruising comfort. Good and taut to aft and low on the water, the rigidity under sail of this cruiser takes her further and faster, with exceptional stability. It is a joy to have two helm stations, a mainsail arch and a huge swim platform on a sailing yacht this size.

Name
Year
Cabins
Lite Fee
Classic Fee
Sun Sailutations
2021
2
$ 6,500.00 (Annual fee)
$ 10,500.00 (Annual fee)

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 419

Integrating all the latest improvements and key innovations of the Sun Odyssey line, this 42′ sailboat is fast and easy to maneuver. The Sun Odyssey 419 is available in two- or three-cabin configurations.

Designed by Philippe Briand, she offers a refined style, with elegant lines and a bright interior.

Name
Year
Cabins
Lite Fee
Classic Fee
Our Lady
2019
3
$ 6,900.00 (Annual fee)
$ 11,500.00 (Annual fee)

Beneteau Oceanis 45

On board the Oceanis 45, harmony reigns supreme: everything is in its place on this beautiful yacht, which can aspire to meet a varied profile of life aboard.
This can be recognized in a great number of intelligent details: a chart table that is also a living room table, a bilge increasing overall comfort, an open bathing platform making access to the sea easier.
With its 4 layouts, it is a yacht that adapts to all requirements: from going round the world with 2 or 3 cabins to accommodating large families with 4 double cabins.

Name
Year
Cabins
Lite Fee
Classic Fee
Stella
2017
3
$ 7,800.00 (Annual fee)
$ 13,000.00 (Annual fee)

PowerTime Offers New Option for Fun-Seeking Boaters

June 18th, 2020

As we dream of setting sail for the 2020 boating season, our thoughts also wander to the many dockside restaurants you can get to on a SailTime boat. Sure, many argue sailing is more about the journey than the destination.…

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