NB&G 2015: Jeanneau

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JEANNEAU

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Jeanneau offers safe, seaworthy boats without compromise: strong and sturdy in all weather, comfortable while cruising, sure when the winds are trying and always pleasant at port.

We are proud of our values: true to the maritime tradition; love of fluid lines; use of state of the art technologies; careful attention to functionality; security; and respect for nature. These values have set us apart and help us build our success for the past 56 years. Our goal is simple; produce the highest quality production boats available which translates to the best value and satisfaction for our customers.

 Sun Fast 3600

Sun Fast 3600

Sun Fast 3600

The Sun Fast 3600 follows in the wake of the very successful Sun Fast 3200 and benefits from the latest advances in vacuum-bagged resin infusion to ensure exceptional strength and rigidity while drastically reducing weight. It is ideally suited for those looking to do short-handed distance racing but is also well-suited for those racing with a full crew. The Sun Fast 3600 is a treat to sail both inshore and offshore alike.

LOA: 36ft 10in • LWL: 31ft 2in • Beam: 11ft 7in • Draft: 6ft 11in • Displacement: 10,362 lbs • Sail Area: 751 ft² • Fuel/Water: 20/26 gal • Auxiliary: Yanmar 21hp

Sun Odyssey 41DS & 44DS

Sun Odyssey 41DS & 44DS

Sun Odyssey 41DS & 44DS

Designed for relaxation and comfort, the Deck Salon delivers the thrill of responsive sailing for a short-handed crew or a large family.

The large lateral windows are the signature of the Deck Salon range, numerous opening hatches and ports giving abundant light and exceptional ventilation.

The Deck Salon is no less than a revolution with the hard chine hull, cutting edge interior design and a unique queen size aft center line berth.

Sun Odyssey 41DS

LOA: 40ft 5in • LH: 39ft 3in • Beam: 13ft 1in • Draft: 6ft 10in • Displacement: 17,328 lbs • Sail Area: 710 ft² • Fuel/Water: 53/87 gal • Auxiliary: Yanmar 40hp • Designer: Darnet/Flahault/Briand/Jeanneau

Sun Odyssey 44DS

LOA: 43ft 9in • LH: 42ft 7in • Beam: 13ft 10in • Draft: 7ft 2in • Displacement: 21,495 lbs • Sail Area: 877ft² • Fuel/Water: 53/87 gal • Auxiliary: Yanmar 54hp • Designer: Darnet/Flahault/Briand/Jeanneau

Sun Odyssey 349

Sun Odyssey 349

Sun Odyssey 349

New for 2015, the Sun Odyssey 349 is a terrific entry level cruiser offering great performance and plenty of creature comforts at a price that’s hard to beat. Don’t miss seeing the 349 at an upcoming boat show this year.

LOA: 33ft 11in • LH: 32ft 8in • Beam: 11ft 3in • Draft: 6ft 5in • Displacement: 11,795 lbs • Sail Area: 613ft² • Fuel/Water: 34/54 gal • Auxiliary: 21hp • Designer: Marc Lombard/Jeanneau Design

Sun Odyssey 469

Sun Odyssey 469

Sun Odyssey 469

The Sun Odyssey 469 features hard chine hull, flush deck for visibility, drop down swim platform, single level cockpit and interior for unrestricted movement, tremendous interior volume and performance in one package.

With three floor plans to choose from, you will find the perfect fit for your lifestyle.

LOA: 46ft 1in • LH: 44ft 9in • Beam: 14ft 8in • Draft: 7ft 4in • Displacement: 23,830 lbs • Sail Area: 1,033 ft² • Fuel/Water: 112/246 gal Auxiliary: Yanmar 54hp • Designer: Philippe Briand/Jeanneau Design

Jeanneau53-57

Jeanneau 53 & 57

The Jeanneau yacht series has been extended and now includes the Jeanneau 53, 57 and new 64. The 53 and 57 are true sister ships , representing the highest level of luxury you would expect to find on a yacht of this size. Both boats offer a wide variety of interior layouts designed to meet the needs of their owners. Sail away on the Jeanneau 53 and 57 and discover the world of Jeanneau Yachts.

Jeanneau 53

LOA: 52ft 8in • LH: 51ft 7in • Beam: 15ft 7in • Draft: 7ft 5in • Displacement: 32,926 lbs • Sail Area: 1,420 ft² • Fuel/Water: 63/251 gal • Auxiliary: Yanmar 100hp • Designer: Briand/Garroni/Jeanneau Design

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Jeanneau 57

LOA: 58ft 4in • LH: 56ft 8in • Beam: 16ft 4in • Draft: 8ft 2in • Displacement: 47,289 lbs • Fuel/Water: 112/246 gal • Auxiliary: Volkswagen 140hp • Designer: Briand/Garroni/Jeanneau Design

Jeanneau 64

Jeanneau 64

Jeanneau 64

Born of a partnership between Philippe Briand and Andrew Winch, this super yacht features elegant lines with classic proportions. Contemporary deck styling gives the Jeanneau 64 timeless appeal. Every Jeanneau Yacht is designed to be a sailor’s boat and the Jeanneau 64, now the flagship of the Jeanneau range, is no exception. Philippe Briand has delivered a modern hull that incorporates a hard chine for increased speed, stability, and interior volume.

LOA: 65ft 11in • LH: 64ft 1in • Beam: 17ft 8in • Draft: 9ft 8in • Displacement: 68,343 lbs • Fuel/Water: 218/265 gal

Auxiliary: 180hp • Designer: Briand/Winch/Jeanneau Design

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