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Exploring the New Merry Fisher 795

If you’re in the market for a small pocket-cruiser powered by an outboard, the new Merry Fisher 795 might be just the ticket. At just about 24 feet even, the new Jeanneau Merry Fisher 795 offers a lot of nifty features all in a pint-sized package. For starters, the 795 is powered by a 200HP outboard engine which makes it both […]

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The Jeanneau Cap Camarat, as Sexy as Saint Tropez Itself

It’s easy to see why Jeanneau’s range of smaller powerboats are named after Cap Camarat (and the lighthouse pictured above) in the south of France. They’re as sporty and sexy as you’d expect to see pulling up to Saint Tropez’s famous Old Port docks on the French Rivera. The Cap Camarat Walk Around and Day Cruiser model lines combine innovative interior living spaces […]

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Come to Fort Lauderdale to see what makes the Jeanneau NC range so special

There’s a real simple explanation for why the Jeanneau NC line of powerboats have become so popular. No other design provides the same level of luxury, contemporary elegance, cruising comfort, and connection to the water, hence the name “New Concept” or NC for short. As you can see in this short video clip of the NC14, designers Camillo and Vittorio Garroni […]

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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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