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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A Father and Son put the Sun Fast 3600 through its Paces

“The meaning of ‘performance’ in modern, production monohulls continues to evolve and the Jeanneau 3600 is leading the way.” George Day, Blue Water Sailing Magazine Back in September, before the Newport International Boat show, George Day, owner of Blue Water Sailing Magazine, received a text from his older son Simon Day which included a picture of what Simon described as a […]

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What’s it Like to do 16.8 Knots on a Jeanneau Sun Fast 3600 in a Race? By Bill Springer

The short answer is…adrenline-pumpingly-awesome. And I’ve been lucky enough to sail on some pretty darn fast multihulls this year. So, needless to say, I’ve acquired a bit of a speed addiction and my experiences on those very special boats have made an impact. However, my time on the Jeanneau 3600 Invictus during Block Island Race Week this summer may have been the most […]

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Team Dongfeng and Volvo Fleet Head to Newport

Long before the start of the Volvo Ocean Race, Jeanneau collaborated closely with Chinese race team, Dongfeng when the team first trained aboard two of our Sun Fast 3200s in preparation for the real thing. Team Director Bruno Dubois highlighted the initial focus of the campaign. “Our first priority was the recruitment and training of the Chinese sailors. In the beginning, this was very […]

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