Sponsored Boats: Jeanneau

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For the past 60 years, Jeanneau has offered a wide range of sail and power boats uniquely designed for those of us who love spending time on the water. Whether you’re in the market for a small outboard or large, luxury sailing yacht, Jeanneau has the right boat for you.
Since the very beginning, our goal has been simple: produce high-quality boats, utilizing the latest design and building technologies available to deliver a finished product of exceptional value and satisfaction to our customers.
Today, we are proud to be represented by an international network of dedicated professionals located in over 80 countries around the globe. Jeanneau, because life is too short to sit at the dock.

Jeanneau 54

Every aspect of the Jeanneau 54 is all-new and designed to fit the way you live. Never before seen solutions are found throughout, from the clever VIP interior layout to the spacious living cockpit and the easy and discreet management of the tender and the innovative aft terrace. Every detail and function has been considered to enhance life aboard and the cruising experience.

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.

Sun Odyssey 349

From the very first glance, the Sun Odyssey 349 captivates with her pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. A 2015 Cruising World Boat of the Year Winner in two categories, The 349 is the perfect combination of performance, comfort and true value.

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 41DS & 44DS

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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

Jeanneau 51 – NEW

New for 2017, the Jeanneau 51 is the product of designers, Philippe Briand and Andrew Winch who developed the very successful Jeanneau 64 and 54. Like her big sisters, the 51 is part of the Jeanneau yacht series and is especially well-suited for those sailors looking to spend extended time enjoying the cruising life. Offered in both a 2 cabin and 3 cabin arrangement, the Jeanneau 51 is truly a yacht designed for the modern cruiser.

LOA: 50’5” • LH: 49’1” • Beam: 16’4” • Light displacement: 31,747 lbs.

Fuel/Water: 63/ 169 gal • Engines: Yanmar 80 Hp / 59 kW Sail drive

CE Category: A

Jeanneau 58 – NEW

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The Jeanneau 58 is part of the Jeanneau yacht series along with the Jeanneau 64, 54 and 51. Originally introduced as the Jeanneau 57, the Jeanneau 58 features a new light-oak interior as well as a host of other changes for 2017. Great sailing performance, large open cockpit, dinghy garage, and several optional layouts to choose from are just a few of the features that define the Jeanneau 58 as a great choice for the cruising sailor.

LOA: 58’3” • LH: 56’8” • Beam: 16’4” • Standard Keel Draught: 8’2”

Fuel/Water: 111/ 246 gal • Engines: Volvo D3-150 CV / 110 Kw

CE Category: A13 / B14 / C16

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