The Monte Carlo 37 has a Mediterranean flair, designed by the renowned Italian designer Pierangelo Andreani and proudly developed in conjunction with the Beneteau powerboat design team.
Andreani's brief was to incorporate a large forward cabin, a saloon, a galley, aft cabin with two berths and a head compartment inside a sporty 11.28mtr hull, job done hence the creation of the Monte Carlo 37.
The Monte Carlo 37 employs the 'Air Step' hull, patented by Chantiers Beneteau. This unique hull shape promotes early, lower-speed planing around 12 knots for reduced power consumption and improved fuel economy.
Natural light through the hull ports, controlling it with specially designed blinds and preserved that ambience with the positioning and intensity of the LED, halogen and deck head lights.
Standard equipment is comprehensive for a cruiser and almost unprecedented in a sports boat: microwave oven, refrigerator, and DVD player with LCD screen.
The steering station is comfy, with a plush bucket seat for the pilot and a two-seat bench for passengers with a huge electric sliding sun roof. Immediately aft of these forward-facing seats is a U-shaped lounge and centre-pedestal table not to mention the teak cockpit floor.
The teak boarding platform is huge, with a lidded, recessed swim ladder set into the upper surface. From the platform, moulded steps lead to side deck walkways that have full rail protection.
Going below is a breeze, thanks to a curved roller shutter in the companionway. Broad stairs lead into the galley and dinette that seats six in comfort. The forward berth features a huge wedge-shaped bed and two wardrobes, while aft of the dinette is a large cabin with two berths. The head and shower compartment can be accessed from the saloon or from the aft cabin.
Power comes from a pair of Volvo D4 turbo-intercooled diesels driving through twin-prop Volvo Stern Drives.
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