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IDYLLE 13.50

Idylle 13.50 is a Offshore cruising sailboat built by Bénéteau and designed by Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering. Her first hull was built in 1984 with an overall lengh of 13.5 m or 44.4 ft long and a Keel stepped mast mast configuration.

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IDYLLE 13.50 Sailboat Specifications​


Overall Length (LOA) m / ft13.5 m / 44.4 ft
Designer(s)Frers Naval Architecture & Engineering
categoryOffshore cruising sailboat
Hull TypeMonohull
First Hull Built1984
Last Hull BuiltDiscontinued
AppendagesKeel fin without bulb
HelmSingle helm wheel
RudderSingle semi-spade rudder
CockpitClosed aft cockpit
Rigging TypeSloop Marconi masthead
Mast LayoutKeel stepped mast
Number of Cabin(s)2
Number of Head(s)2
Freshwater Tank Capacity lt/gal600 L / 158.5 gal
Ballast Ratio0.35


Overall Length (LOA) 13.5 m / 44.4 ft
Hull Length12.9 m / 42.4 ft
Waterline Length (LWL)10.5 m / 34.5 ft
Beam (width)4.1 m / 13.6 ft
Draft1.76 m / 5.10 ft
Light Displacement (MLC) 11000 kg / 24251 lb
Ballast Weight3800 kg / 8378 lb


Critical Hull Speed7.86 knots
Displacement-Length Ratio (DLR)269
Ballast Ratio0.35
Upwind Sail Area to Displacement19.81 m²/T / 213 ft²/T
Downwind Sail Area to Displacement35.38 m²/T / 381 ft²/T

Above Deck

Mast LayoutKeel stepped mast
Rotating SparsNo
Number of Levels of Spreaders2
Spreaders Angle0 °
Spars ConstructionAluminum spars
Standing Rigging1x19 strand wire
Upwind Sail Area98 m² / 1055 ft²
Downwind Sail Area175 m² / 1884 ft²
Mainsail Area35 m² / 377 ft²
Genoa Area63 m² / 678 ft²

Engine Room

Engine(s)1 inboard engine
Engine(s) Power50 HP
Fuel typeDiesel
Fuel Tank Capacity200 L / 52.8 gal

Below Deck