We offer new sailboats from the renowned Beneteau company, which has been validating the quality of its products for more than 120 years through a constant innovation system.

As Benjamin Beneteau, build his first sailing trawler in 1884, he most properly did not imagine that his pioneering spirit and passion for yachting, would be carried on by the generations how followed him and eventually made the Beneteau name would famous. The success as a leading boat building company has been earned trough generations of hard work, ship building innovation and the pioneering spirit heritage from its founder, which is still one of the corner stones in the continues development of the company.

Ultra d.o.o is the official Beneteau dealer in Croatia, we of course have adapted the pioneering spirit which is carried by the Beneteau Brand, trough our 16 years of operation, we have constantly developed and improved our service offering. We are proud to present you a large selection of new and second hand Beneteau sailing boats plus a wide range of services like charter management and yacht charter.

Our portfolio of Beneteau sailing boats include the lines Oceanis and First with boat sizes ranging from 20 to 62 feet. All Beneteau sailboats are the result of cutting edge designs with specific features for each line.

Our range of used boats includes sailboats from different Beneteau lines, but we also offer models from other boats and catamarans from other brands.

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If you are looking to buy a new sailboat without having to worry about its equipment, berth, maintenance, reservations and other costs the boat brings - we offer you our Charter management program.

As the official representative of Beneteau, Ultra d.o.o. is responsible for the sale, maintenance and servicing of Beneteau sailboats in Croatia. Ultra has been providing very professional and specific services in the nautical world for several years.

With more than a thousand islands full of natural beauty, Croatia is an ideal sailing destination and one of the best nautical spot for many sailors from all over the world. Many of them have their Beneteau sailing boats and just charter their Beneteau with us.

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Croatia Boat Show 2022

Croatia Boat Show 2022

The Croatia Boat Show is an important local nautical event in Split with a selection of new and second hand boats. In 2022, the CBS is back after a break of 2 years because of the sanitary situation, we are excited to represent Beneteau again from our home base in Croatia. Ultra sailing will be present at Split to exhibit new Beneteau sailing boats and represent the French shipyard to the Croatian market at the best moment of the nautical season, just in time before the season starts.

This year Utra Sailing in cooperation with Beneteau decides to exhibit the brand new Beneteau Oceanis 54 ''Big Blue'', as Croatian PREMIERE.

We will be pleased to welcome everyone who wants to discover the actual Beneteau sailing boats and sailing Yachts. Please feel free to contact us for any question, the Croatia Boat Show will start in April 26th until April 30th.

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It's time for the new First 36

It's time for the new First 36

The new boat we were working on together with our friends from Beneteau for almost 4 years has finally stepped into the light.
The new First 36 has been sailing for month now, and we have quietly collected the pictures and data to share. She is a true beauty which sails in a way that brought smiles to the faces of even most die-hard Seascapers. The true best-of-both-worlds cooperation with Beneteau.

We cannot wait to show her to you. The number one is on her way to Baltic, number two to Beneteau's demo center in Spain and the third one will stay in Adriatic - their main purpose is to be available for sailors to get a feel of them. In the meantime, here are some pictures and informations to keep you curious.

Speed made easy:
Welcome to the latest model in our new breed of high-performance cruiser-racers.
With a weight of 4,8 tons and an upwind sail area of 80 square meters, the new First 36 simply presents a different sailing experience.
Actually, we believe this is the first time a mainstream-production boat with full-cruising facilities, a mid-market price tag and the full support of a worldwide dealer network has been pushed this far towards true high-performance sailing.

How it was done
The entire boat is a vacuum-infused, fully-cored GRP composite structure—including bulkheads and most interior parts. Almost all interior elements contribute to the structural strength of the boat.

Variety of sailing styles
First 36 is designed to fit a variety of sailing styles: cruising with family and friends, shorthanded sailing, club racing or distance racing with a full crew.
To facilitate all of this, the cockpit has two distinct modes: one for racing/shorthanded sailing and one for cruising.
In racing mode, the open T-cockpit has space enough to move effortlessly between ergonomic work positions.



More than just 36 feet
The living quarters below deck are a reinvented layout of the legendary First 40,7. Their huge volume comes as a natural consequence of the modern, performance-optimized lines of the hull.

 

Thew new Oceanis Yacht 60 Flagship

Thew new Oceanis Yacht 60 Flagship

Elegance redefined

What makes a sailing vessel a yacht? «The attention paid to each detail and the remarkable result of it all» says Damien
Jacob, Sailboat Product Director with Groupe Beneteau. So the designers of the Oceanis Yacht 54, Roberto Biscontini
and Lorenzo Argento, made no concessions when drawing the new Oceanis flagship. This beautiful ocean-cruising yacht
immerses us in a world of elegance and sophistication.
The contemporary yet timelessly elegant 18-metre hull profile of the Oceanis Yacht 60 definitely echoes that of its
54-foot sister. A subtle interplay of proportions and a gentle reverse sheer create the kind of space you typically find on
a 62-footer, while retaining an elegant design and excellent sea-keeping abilities. These unique features result in a true
bluewater yacht that offers outstanding performance yet is easy to short-hand.

Optimum design for smooth sailing

The huge cockpit offers safe, free-flowing movement throughout. Wide side-decks run round the helm stations and offer obstacle-free circulation to the fore deck. This unique layout reinvents the central cockpit concept. Although the two identical tables and sun bathing areas are standard on Oceanis Yachts, special attention has been paid to the helm consoles. With two real helm stations, controlling the boat’s course is as easy as trimming the sails, windward or leeward. The owner can carry out all the usual manoeuvres without leaving the helm, which is a definite plus on a big boat when sailing short-handed. An innovative bimini is supported by the mainsail arch, keeping sheets safe and out of the way, and comes in an optional rigid version. Maintained by two lateral supports, the central section slides forward to adjust the amount of cover in the cockpit. Depending on the weather and the time of day, the crew will always find the best compromise between protection and air flow.

And since cruising goes hand in hand with anchorages the large bathing platform provides access to the tender garage, a must for a boat this size, capable of housing a 2.8 m jet-propelled tender. A system with double wires and guiding rollers makes for effortless launching and retrieval, promising active stopovers and lots of fun. Lastly, onboard systems such as “Ship Control” and “Seanapps” respectivelymanage all the boat’s systems and make for effortless maintenance and monitoring, so that you can relax while you are cruising – and when you’re not.

Stylish interior space for sharing in good company

You are met with a great deal of space and light as you go down the companionway, and an overall impression of volume and balanced proportions. The Oceanis Yacht 60’s galley is now positioned midship, where you are less likely to be bothered by movement, and it is full beam, with storage and a fridge to port, and a sink, oven and dishwasher to starboard. There is substantial storage space and worktop surfaces are ample. 

The saloon layout provides a variety of spaces to enjoy social life onboard; six people can sit comfortably around the table which faces a lounge area with a soft sofa, ideal for relaxing at sea or at anchor. And the curved chart table allows the skipper to swivel round and take part in conversations on board!

Available in a 3-cabin version with 3 heads, the Oceanis Yacht 60 comes with two different finishes: walnut as standard and light oak as an option. The craftsmen at BENETEAU, true to their long cabinetmaking tradition, devoted particular attention to the woodwork. Many moulded wood features blend harmoniously with large lacquered white surfaces and are matched with exclusive upholstery. Together they create a distinctly stylish atmosphere.

The most demanding owners will definitely love the master cabin. Once past the ensuite head, the space opens out onto a starboard bed, lined with extensive storage spaces. This guarantees privacy and at the same time offers a stunning view of the sea. The linings have been chosen carefully to create a feeling of hull depth in association with the portholes. The stretched fabric hugs the curved shapes of the coachroof and the hull to create perfect visual continuity inside this wonderfully relaxing luxurious space.

With a clean design, optimised layout and top-quality fittings, the new Oceanis Yacht 60 is a clear step in pursuit of excellence. Built in Saint Gilles Croix de Vie, France, the Oceanis Yacht 60 will be on show at the Cannes Yachting Festival in September 2022.

 

 

New First 36 - BRIDGING THE GAP

New First 36 - BRIDGING THE GAP

BRIDGING THE GAP:

THE BRAND NEW BENETEAU FIRST 36

The BENETEAU First 36 has a mission to bridge the gap between high-tech development in the world of racing and mainstream racer-cruisers. To be specific, even the standard version of First 36 will fully plane in a moderate breeze.
However, this by itself was not the main challenge for the design and production teams. For 40 years, the Firsts were successfully hitting the elusive sweet spot between comfort, performance, utility, elegance, high-tech construction, and reasonable price. The First 36 is no different.

 

New First 36

Ključni pokazatelji:

  • Very low displacement that brings the experience of planning into the hands of amateur sailors
  • Carefully designed deck layout for short-handed and fully crewed racing
  • Practical three-cabin interior with innovative details for cruising

DESIGNED BY SAILORS FOR SAILORS 
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The design team is coordinated by the experienced hand of Kristian Hajnšek, CTO of Seascape, who works closely with the team at BENETEAU to bring race-grade construction technologies into the segment of production racer-cruisers. On top of this hugely experienced team, we added an elite international group of designers; all of them are passionate sailors in their own right.

Naval architect: Samuel Manuard

He is currently the hottest name in offshore racing, where his designs are winning Mini, Class 40, and IMOCA 60 classes. He is also the designer of the new First and First SE from 14ft to 27ft.

Structural engineering: Pure Design&Engineering

The team from New Zealand was in charge of engineering at some of the most extreme projects in the world of extreme sailing: TP52s, AC75, AC72, IMOCA 60s, and Club Swan, as well as high-end production yachts.

Design: Lorenzo Argento

First 36 follows the same design language of her larger sister – First Yacht 53 – building on the timeless aesthetic of Lorenzo's work, most notably seen on the Wally and Brenta yachts.

Innovation and research: Gigodesign

This industrial design studio's design research and innovation insights with multiple Red Dot awards were essential in locking in and developing innovation opportunities.

THE MODERN SAILING EXPERIENCE

Due to the easily achievable performance potential of the new BENETEAU First 36, we expect her to be a weapon for club handicap racing. Therefore, during the design process, the team spent numerous iterations seeking a balance between an easily planing hull and upwind performance.

The First 36 is optimised for short-handed sailing, making her perfect for the ever-more-popular short-handed adventure distance races. Her very high sail area/displacement coefficient and balanced nautical design make her a top performer as a club-racer, a safe and fun family cruiser, or simply a thrilling daysailer.

SAILING FUNCTIONALITY

Positioning six winches, steering wheels, and other deck gear was thoroughly tested on several mock-ups and a full-scale testbed sailboat to enable the sailing experience promised on the previous page. Details like an offshore hatch on the foredeck or removable cockpit benches show the priority of sailing functionality over style used throughout the design process.
Standard aluminium rig and cast iron keel were chosen to keep the boat accessible. Yet, Sam Manuard brought his experience and focused on perfecting the shape and design of these two key ingredients for a great sailing experience. The draft of 2,25 m was chosen as a compromise between performance and ease of use.

 

Cockpit - New First 36

RACING LAYOUT

In the racing layout, the wide and modern cockpit allows for different helm and trim positions, either for short-handed or fully-crewed sailing. In this setup, the table and bench extensions are removed, opening the working area in the cockpit.


A higher than average steering wheel position leaves enough room for the helmsman to move forward towards the mainsail winch when sailing shorthanded. The cockpit winches' positioning allows one or two crew members to sail with legs in and work the mainsail or primary winches in full crew mode. It also allows cross-sheeting of all sheets to the windward side. Harken, Ronstan, Spinlock and Antal deck gear were combined for performance.

 

CRUISING LAYOUT

When you remove your racing gear and take your family cruising or daysailing, the cockpit benches with cushions increase the seating area and add storage space and rope organisation. The cockpit table is big enough to seat a crew of six. Additionally, the design team developed an ultralight bathing platform to give sailors easy access to the water without affecting the boat's performance.

LARGEST LIVING SPACE IN ITS CLASS

The wide hull of the BENETEAU First 36 offers a spacious interior comparable to much larger predecessors. The new First 36 has about the same living volume as the legendary First 40.7.

Simple, comfortable and multi-purpose, the First 36 interior was developed around three-cabin cruising functionality. Its most notable feature is the large central fridge (with a removable cutting board), making this sailboat's galley the largest of her class. A corridor created together with the foldable and removable table helps sailors move around the saloon safely and offers stacking possibilities.

 

Going against the trend, the 36 features a full-sized navigation table. While vital to navigation, it is also a suitable home office. Two portlights in every room allow air flow and natural light, while sectional indirect lighting with a red racing option illuminates the boat at night. Three cabins with easily accessible full-sized double berths and innovative heads round up the features of this bright and spacious interior.

SPECIFICATION:

Hull length: 11,00 m / 36’ 1”
Beam: 3,80 m / 12’ 6”
Preliminary displacement (MLC): 4800 kg / 10580 lbs
Draft standard keel: 2,25 m / 7’ 4,6”
Ballast: 1550 kg / 3420 lbs
Upwind sail area: 80 m2 / 860 sq. ft
Downwind sail area: 180 m2 / 1930 sq. ft
Retail recommended ex-works price: EUR 198.000 ex VAT

THE WORLD PREMIERE:

The WORLD PREMIERE of BENETEAU First 36 will be at the Düsseldorf Boat Show in JANUARY 2022.

ABOUT US

The Group’s historic trademark, Beneteau has been a pioneer for recreational boating from the outset. With its world-leading ranges and iconic products, nearly 35 models offer diverse, high-performance capabilities.
With one single idea in mind: innovating in terms of both boats and processes to enable as many people as possible to realize their dreams, making the avant-garde accessible.