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Beneteau GT 50

The Beneteau GT 49 was a wildly popular model for the brand, so much so that it helped to put the sporty GT line on the map, or chart if you will. And that makes sense. A number of years back Capt. Bill Pike tested the 49 in confused 3- to 5-foot seas and found it to be a

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