48 hours on the Bénéteau Swift Trawler 35 | Review | Motor Boat & Yachting

To get a real taste of the new Bénéteau Swift Trawler 35 we head to La Rochelle to spend 48 hours on board.

Filmed by Paul Wyeth: http://pwpictures.com/

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isn't what it is ! says:

I love it

Gerard Seymour says:

Perfect!! I want more of these!! <3

andyct1982 says:

Y’all actually stay on the boats when you review them or is this a rarity?

Russ Cattell says:

Minimes marina, La Rochelle is our home port, we often cruise around Isle de Re. You could have flown direct to our airport from UK.

DTR89 says:

7:19 A bit winded are you?

cuzinitr says:

Very well presented Jack, It’s a shame that you couldn’t get a proper bunk but you made do. The boat seems like an excellent way to cruise.  Count me as a new subscriber, Cheers!

Robbie Surfer says:

I love lie de Re

MBisFrenchy says:

I think this would make a better review going forward. You can get a better sense using it for 48 hours.

RegressMeNot says:

Excellent review, terrible hitch knot. Lol

Terry Wall says:

Despite Jack’s misgivings, I wouldn’t mind also seeing the 44 lose the mast and boom and go with the arch too.

joshs199 says:

I enjoyed this video…I’m not a big fan of small boats..but this one seems fun and practical for weekend getaways..with my secretary. Don’t tell my wife… hahaha

calum aitchison says:

The 52 is the best in the swift trawler range. New vertical front window on the 50 and 44 is horrid. Plus you call that rough weather? you Mediterranean folk don’t know what rough sea is now. My 16 footer would handle these seas with ease at 22 knots

Ragnar Lothbrok says:

What’s the point of the asymmetric side decks? I know you have more room to get around one side but does it look weird optically?

Fred UK says:

Unlike what it’s being said, it seems the engine has been updated from the 34. The Cummins QSB 6.7 425 Slim Line is compliant with EPA Tier 3 & RCD2 and been upgraded for marine usage from the QSB 6.7-425.  Some (all?) 34 were powered by the QSB 5.9-425

Mike T says:

ahh a “real yacht review” superb viewing the Swift Trawler 35 got a fantastic ‘real life’ review we see every part of the boat and clear explanations/ opinions on the new changes, excellent! – really wish the Princess 62 got this kind of a review? and in my opinion Jack is charismatic and effortless in his yacht reviews, big thumbs up Jack keep up the great work.

Brutus ofTroy says:

I love these boat trip trials, more please

quikgt says:

I like the smaller Swift trawlers; and I would like to see them ditch the cabinet that Jack complained about and put in a small chair, so when you do have two couples on board there can be opposed seating.

Martin H. says:

nice review!

David Partow says:

Good unbiased review.

Dan Sbrg says:

marketing well done!!

Julian Bashford says:

I’d love to know how much fuel you used on the two day trip.

subarokec says:

Jack Haines makes a really good reviews, a pleasure to watch!

kikess0123 says:

I find the 34 is the more attractive looking…

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