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Jeanneau Leader 33 by Capt. Tom Serio

This article originally appeared in the June issue of Lakeland Boating.  Attention Great Lakes boaters — I think I found the best boat to cruise on your waterways. And I found it in Florida! I’m speaking of the Jeanneau Leader 33 — the newest entry from Jeanneau’s Leader lineup. This little pocket yacht comes with some very cool features. Featuring a […]

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Jeanneau Leader 46 by John Wooldridge

This article originally appeared in Southern Boating Magazine’s April 2017 issue. Solid performance, thoughtful layout, and maximum livability define the Jeanneau Leader 46 express cruiser. We idled out of the long, straight channel leading north from Kent Island Narrows into the Chester River on the eastern side of the Chesapeake Bay. I pass the No Wake signs, push the throttles forward smoothly, and the […]

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INVICTUS Heads West

“It matters not how strait the gate, How charged with punishments the scroll, I am the master of my fate: I am the captain of my soul.” William Ernest Henley, INVICTUS I have to say that it was a little bittersweet to wave goodbye to INVICTUS last month as she headed off on a truck bound for her new home in San […]

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The Leader 10.5 – Fast, Fun, Fantastic

“If your idea of boating is enjoying short cruises and fast crossings, diving, improving your wakeboarding skills, doing a bit of fishing, or just spending a weekend on the water with the family, look no further than Jeanneau’s latest Cap Camarat 10.5 WA (marketed in the U.S. as the Leader 10.5)”. Diego Yriarte, Boats.com Designed by Michael Peters of Sarasota, FL […]

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Jeanneau 58 by: Mark Pillsbury

Article produced by Cruising World The latest edition to Jeanneau’s new yacht series of all-oceans sailboats, the Jeanneau 58 combine style with generous living spaces from stem to stern. In recent years, more and more builders who forged their reputations on solid, affordable, midsize production sailboats have begun to expand their lines — ­figuratively and literally — into ever-larger, ever-rangier […]

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