Jeanneau 64

5.0 from 3 Reviews


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A Jeanneau with superyacht ambitions

Toby Hodges  
Reviewed Sep 2016
Here is a yacht guaranteed to surprise. Packed within this 64ft 1in hull, the latest from Jeanneau, are a multitude of qualities that will make you question your preconceptions about the brand. The French production builder has married the world of big-boat luxury and comfort with production boat functionality and pricing to create a new market...
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Jeanneau has hit a solid home run here

Charles Doane  
Reviewed Sep 2016
This ambitious boat, effectively a small superyacht constructed on a mass-production basis, is the culmination of a years-long collaboration between Jeanneau’s American-born production chief Erik Stromberg, French yacht designer Philippe Briand and British interior design maven Andrew Winch. Winner of a SAIL Best Boats award for Best Flagship Monohull, this impressive luxury cruiser features a diverse choice of accommodation plans, a great sense of style, and superior fit and finish—all at a very competitive price point.
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A New Flagship for the Fleet

Suzana Prochazka  
Reviewed Sep 2016
More than a few jaws dropped at the Annapolis boat show when Jeanneau introduced their latest flagship, a new 64-footer that's edging up into yacht territory in size, but in terms of features and luxury, seems almost like a superyacht. A Phillippe Briand design, the Jeanneau 64 was years in the making and although generously proportioned, she can still be sailed without professional crew—as well as hitting a few aspirational notes...
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