Jeanneau Yachts Model Guide

November 14, 2019
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Jeanneau Yachts Model Guide

Jeanneau Yachts has a long and distinguished history of building stylish powerboats ever since 1957 when founder Henri Jeanneau decided to expand his love of cars and airplanes to include
boats. From the very beginning, the company has been involved in sail and powerboat racing, and each of their innovative models combines performance with elegant aesthetics and luxurious detailing and finishes.

Jeanneau’s diverse portfolio of modern power cruisers ranges from the 21.6ft/6.55m NC 695, which is ideal for day trips to the spacious 37.8ft/11.5m NC 38, which suits larger families or extended weekend cruising. Designed to be a second home on the water, Jeanneau’s stylish boats all boast well-designed interiors to make the best possible use of space and large windows to allow in plenty of natural light.

NC 695

Ideal for families with young kids, the Jeanneau NC 695 is a compact cruiser that packs a lot into a modest space. Easily trailerable, this versatile boat is ideal for day trips, and comfortable overnight stays for a couple. A highlight is a fully-enclosed pilothouse, which is perfect for the variable weather conditions of the Pacific North-west and offers 360-degree views. There is also a spacious cockpit ideal for enjoying warmer days and dining al fresco.

NC 795

The 24.4ft/7.4m NC 795 is ideal for four-season cruising to locations like Puget Sound and exploring up and down the Columbia River thanks to the compact design and comfortable onboard lifestyle. Her swim platform is the perfect spot for young families to make the most of being on the water, while the forward cabin and convertible bench seat dinette can comfortably accommodate a family of four for overnight trips.

NC 795 Sport

For those looking to combine family life with a spot of fishing, the NC 795 Sport is an excellent choice. Known as the SUV of the sea, this versatile powerboat features ample deck space and a large cockpit ideal for relaxing with the family or getting out the rods. The large glass windows and sliding doors help to flood the interior areas with natural light and make it very easy to move around while cruising.

NC 895

Stepping up a notch is the NC 895, which offers a considerable amount of living space for her 29 foot/8 meter length. There’s a spacious cockpit with plenty of room for sunbathing or dining al fresco, sun pads on the foredeck, and two independent cabins which can comfortably accommodate a family of four.

NC 895 Sport

The rugged sister of the NC 895 is this sporty version that embodies a go-anywhere spirit and adventurous streak. The fully-enclosed pilothouse is ideal for all-weather cruising, while the large sunroof in the salon completely opens up to give you the feeling of being deeply connected with nature. The secured rack on top of the pilothouse is ideal for storing kayaks and paddleboards after a long day of exploring, and the two cabins below deck are the perfect spot to rest up.

NC 1095

The 35ft/10.7m NC 1095 is perfect for long cruises thanks to a bunch of neat features that make living on board a breeze. Highlights include two roomy cabins with a third cabin, which can either be used as a sleeping space or for storage, a modular cockpit with easy access from the side, and ample deck space for sunbathing or entertaining. Equally impressive is her sister model, the NC 1095 Fly, which offers exceptional views and additional space thanks to the flybridge design.

NC 33

The 33ft/10m NC 33 is a comfortable inboard powerboat that boasts a stunning hull design by Michael Peters. The layout has been carefully considered to make every aspect of life at sea as easy and enjoyable as possible. Practical features like the side access gate to facilitate easy boarding from the dock sit side by side with luxurious touches like the large glass windows which maximize natural light. There are two comfortable staterooms for overnight stays, and power is provided by a pair of 220 HP Volvo engines.

NC 38

Conceived as a luxurious apartment on the water with a terrace, the 38ft/11.6m NC 38 makes longer cruises a delight thanks to the ample space onboard and intuitive design. Highlights include the skylights in the main cabin, which provide abundant natural light, the swim platform with a comfortable bench seat which converts into another berth, and the large sliding glass door which connects the salon with the cockpit. In total, there are three staterooms on board which can accommodate up to 6 guests, making her ideal for larger family outings or entertaining.
For more information on Jeanneau Yachts and their inspiring family-friendly power cruisers, please visit the Sundance Yacht Sales website.