Jeanneau has announced a complete range of inboard and outboard motorboat models for 2015. The French builder said the move is in respond to the increasing demand for these vessels in all continents.
The new inboard models for 2015 will allow the range to cover the Flybridge, Express and Sedan segments for boats from 9m-13m (30ft-43ft) in the main world markets. As for the outboard range, this will offer models from 4m-8m (15ft-28ft) in the sporting Dayboat and Weekender segments.
The new Leader 36 will be available in two different versions, sport top and open. The model reveals sporty lines by Garroni Design and a V-shaped hull designed by Mickael Peters.
Jeanneau is also expanding its position in the Flybridge market and is adding two new models to its Velasco range with the Velasco 43F, featuring a softened “flybridge” type design. In addition, the builder is introducing a new generation Flybridge, the Velasco 37F fitted with drive shafts and thrusters.
The catamaran range comes with new deep V-shaped hull signed by Michael Peters. The new Cap Camarat 7.5 CC Series 2 and Cap Camarat 7.5 WA Series 2 are optimized for a single engine up to 300 HP. These models are entirely redesigned by Sarrazin Design. With their overall length of 7.4 metres and a hull length of 6.9 metres, they also remain under the 7-metre threshold. The maximum beam of 2.54 metres makes it possible to transport it on a trailer in Europe.
Jeanneau has also revamped its Merry Fisher 695 model. Designed by Centowski & Denert, the Merry Fisher 695 is planned for family day or coastal sailing.
In December 2014, the Merry Fisher range will continue to develop with the launch of an entry-level model, the MF605.
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