Beneteau motorboten in Bruinisse

Nova Yachting uw importeur voor de Beneteau motorboten.  Of u nu geïnteresseerd bent in een comfortabele en stoere Beneteau Swift Trawler, de snelle en luxueuze Gran Turismo, de veelzijdige Antares, of in één van de outboard modellen zoals de eigentijdse Flyer range, de veel geprezen Antares outboard serie of de robuuste en zeer stoere Barracuda serie, wij heten u van harte welkom en adviseren u graag. 


Al meerdere jaren beschikken diverse modellenlijnen zoals de Barracuda en de Flyer over Beneteau's gepatenteerde Airstep technology.

Deze in 2003 ontwikkelde technology heeft zich inmiddels tot een 2e generatie geëvolueerd. De huidige Flyer modellen als ook de nieuwe Gran Turismo 40 en 46 en de Barracuda 8 beschikken over Airstep 2 technology.


What is AirStep technology?


"Derived from aeronautical industry technology, the Air Step® forms small steps under the hull that help evacuate the water stream and reduce the amount of friction. Combined with captured air forming a cushion, as well as runners to the rear of the hull increasing stability, these chevronned steps considerably increase speed, while reducing energy consumption.

The second generation of Air Step® is marked by a considerable increase in the volume of air inflow beneath the hull. It took more than 18 months of research and 350 hours of testing to obtain a new combination increasing airflow and changing the shape and arrangement of the steps.

Air Step®2 technology is now compatible with IPS engines, thanks to the research carried out by Beneteau in close collaboration with the staff at Volvo. This technological progress opens wonderful development perspectives for large new inboard motorboats offering stability, safety, and performance second to none". 


Main principles of AirStep


Reduced fuel consumption
Quicker acceleration
Maximum speed increased


Exceptional seakeeping
Easier passage through waves
Optimized response to curves


“Air cushion” effect to the rear of the hull
Linear acceleration
Easy handling of curves