Standard power is a pair of 575-horsepower Volvo Penta D9 diesels in a surprisingly spacious engineroom, with the optional 13.5 kW Onan genset in the lazarette. There is room to move around on the metal flooring to reach the service points. Drip trays are under the oil filters. There were some unfinished plywood shelves that seemed half-hearted and some of the wiring was jumbly, but this was the first boat in North America and Wayne Burdick, Beneteau USA's president, assures me these and some of my other irks would be corrected. In fact, Burdick has quite successfully transitioned the Beneteau sailing line to production at his South Carolina facility and, with the likelihood of the Swift Trawlers following, I would expect him to fully Americanize these boats.