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IDYLLE 10.50

Idylle 10.50 is a Cruising sailboat built by Bénéteau and designed by André Bénéteau. Her first hull was built in 1985 with an overall lengh of 10.5 m or 34.5 ft long and a Deck stepped mast mast configuration.

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IDYLLE 10.50 Sailboat Specifications​


Overall Length (LOA) m / ft10.5 m / 34.5 ft
Designer(s)André Bénéteau
categoryCruising sailboat
Hull TypeMonohull
First Hull Built1985
Last Hull Built1988
AppendagesKeel fin without bulb
HelmSingle helm wheel
RudderSingle spade rudder
CockpitClosed aft cockpit
Rigging TypeSloop Marconi masthead
Mast LayoutDeck stepped mast
Number of Cabin(s)2
Number of Head(s)1
Freshwater Tank Capacity lt/gal230 L / 60.8 gal
Ballast Ratio0.33


Overall Length (LOA) 10.5 m / 34.5 ft
Hull Length10 m / 32.10 ft
Waterline Length (LWL)8.62 m / 28.4 ft
Beam (width)3.34 m / 11 ft
Draft1.45 m / 4.10 ft
Light Displacement (MLC) 4600 kg / 10141 lb
Ballast Weight1500 kg / 3307 lb


Critical Hull Speed7.13 knots
Displacement-Length Ratio (DLR)203
Ballast Ratio0.33
Upwind Sail Area to Displacement20.97 m²/T / 226 ft²/T

Above Deck

Mast LayoutDeck stepped mast
Rotating SparsNo
Number of Levels of Spreaders2
Spreaders AngleSwept-back
Spars ConstructionAluminum spars
Standing Rigging1x19 strand wire
Upwind Sail Area58 m² / 624 ft²
Mainsail Area22.5 m² / 242 ft²
Genoa Area35.5 m² / 382 ft²

Engine Room

Engine(s)1 inboard engine
Engine(s) Power28 HP
Fuel typeDiesel
Fuel Tank Capacity90 L / 23.8 gal

Below Deck