A pivoting centerboard and low draft open up many possibilities for safe moorings in shallow water or in small drying harbors, but unless the boat is tied to a fixed mooring in a tidal bay, beaching voluntarily doesn't happen frequently during long distance cruises.
However in case of a problem with the propeller, or just to replace anodes, put an ice protection cage on, or inspect the hull, the possibility to dry the boat out at low tide is a real safety asset for a go-anywhere yacht. Not that many harbors in remote cruising regions where an over twenty tons boat can be safely hauled out. It is even possible to clean the hull, or moreover scrub and anti-foul between tides. Can be useful on boats with fixed or folding rudders after a collision too.
On the Enduro 54 the retractable rudders can be removed while in the water, in a quiet anchorage or harbor, with still water indeed. As a matter of fact (and experience), just changing anodes is not so easy when diving, with the boat moving at the time you are trying to set small screws or nuts in, driving you nut..., even in warm waters where wearing gloves isn't needed. In cold water, numb fingers won't help !
A boat which can take the ground easily, dry out on any beach or tidal bay, is definitely safer and best suited for exploration or just cruising off the beaten track.