The recently released Jeanneau Yachts 60 is now in production and as we’ve mentioned previously one has already been sold in Australia and due early next year. This is a stylish and state-of-the-art performance cruising yacht that benefits from Jeanneau’s position as the leading production builder of yachts over 50 feet in the World for the past 15 years, and the long and highly successful collaboration with the superyacht design team of Philippe Briand and Andrew Winch.
The new Jeanneau Yachts 60 has the typical stylish good looks of all Briand designs, while offering both a performance and bluewater deck layout and considerable customisation so that owners can truly create their dream yacht. With the innovation of the sloping side decks this really transforms moving from the cockpit to the decks and compliments the careful design detail of the cockpit which is such a focus of the Jeanneau Yacht range. The modern interior design offers the flexibility of multiple cabin arrangements and alterations to the saloon layout to specifically suit each owners use of their yacht. Considerable thought has gone in to every aspect of this design to ensure it follows the success of the Jeanneau Yachts line. Jeanneau’s production know how means that this new design is highly competitively priced.
A surprise announcement at the recent International Dealer meeting is the Jeanneau Yachts 65. The 65 is a mark II version of the hugely successfull 64 incorporating a sloping side deck that has proven so popular on the current Sun Odyssey range that is unique to Jeanneau. The 65 offers superyacht styling in a yacht that can be customised to suit an owners specific dreams. With such options as electric furling and twin thrusters it truly can be handled by a couple. See the provisional details here.