Jeanneau Yachts

Jeanneau Yachts 55, the sailing boat family expands


Jeanneau Yachts 55: a new boat for offshore sailing enthusiasts to be launched in 2023.

A new concept in the world of Jeanneau Yachts

The Jeanneau Yachts 55 is the French boatbuilder’s new 55-foot offshore sailing yacht, expanding the family currently consisting of 54-, 60- and 65-foot models. Its official presentation is expected in January 2023, at the Düsseldorf Boat Show.

The French boat builder’s new sailboat is designed for sailors who like open waters and who are looking for a smooth and quiet cruising experience, thanks also to its generous and refined living spaces. This 17-metre long sailing yacht is distinguished by elegant and modern lines, with an outward-facing layout designed for the owner’s well-being and privacy.

Jeanneau Yachts 55: the owner-oriented experience par excellence


A genuine expression of Jeanneau’s know-how, the new 55-foot sailing yacht is the result of a collaboration with French naval architect Philippe Briand and the London-based Winch Design studio.

The flush cockpit is divided into two distinct spaces and boasts three walkways, two of which provide private access to the guest cabins.

The bow houses the double helm station and an external chart table with GPS display and autopilot control, protected by a large wraparound windscreen and hard top that guarantees perfect navigation in all seasons and at all latitudes. The mainsail is available in both classic and furling versions, the canopy is standard and an optional fixed windscreen is offered to ensure maximum protection of the forward cockpit.

A sea of comfort

The Jeanneau Yachts 55 is designed like a floating flat on the open sea: the deck space is ample and optimized to meet all requirements, thanks to a length of 16.99 metres and a width of 4.99.

The aft cockpit is entirely dedicated to relaxation, with sofas on both sides – one U-shaped and one L-shaped – and with tables and benches that transform into a real full-beam lounge. It is also equipped with a huge retractable hydraulic bathing platform, allowing direct access to the water for swimming, to the delight of everyone on board.

The forward cockpit provides access to the two guest cabins, as well as the gangway leading to the immense owner’s suite. The flush deck features integrated, wraparound side-decks that are slightly wider, making it easier to move around the cockpit perimeter.

Maximum protection of the living spaces has been equally well considered. For long offshore cruising, in addition to the wraparound windscreen, Jeanneau has imagined a true cocoon, with a hard top that completely encloses the bow rudder, as well as the possibility of installing a hard top with solar panels and a bimini to shelter the aft living space, dedicated to relaxation.

Generous interior spaces


To starboard, a large galley overlooks a large L-shaped saloon. The windows in the hull and deck hatches are designed to let in maximum light and offer a spectacular view of the sea. Handrails and numerous handholds contribute to safe and easy movement on board while underway.

The master cabin is a real cocoon of well-being, with a large port berth, numerous storage compartments and a dressing table. The ceiling treatment and indirect lighting create a warm atmosphere. The head uses the forward beam. An optional skipper’s cabin can be added.

Guests enjoy exclusive access to the cabin from the forward cockpit. The two cabins with double beds each have their own private bathroom and are furnished with fine woods in shades that can be customised to suit the chosen atmosphere.

Wherever you are on board the Jeanneau Yachts 55 you can feel the shipyard’s attention to detail: the leather-covered door handles, for example, do not go unnoticed.

Power and easy handling

On board this modern yacht, with a draft of 2.45 m (or 1.95 m with a shallow draft), the owner can choose between two possible rigging options: classic or with a furling mast. Jeanneau’s main goal is to simplify and maximise sailing performance, offering a reliable, all-weather rigging.

The owner can also choose between a self-tacking jib or a classic genoa. A code 3, for crosswinds between 15 and 20 knots of true wind, can be fixed on the bowsprit. When entering or leaving port, the bow and stern thrusters greatly facilitate short-haul manoeuvres.

Jeanneau Yachts 55 – Technical Specs

LOA (with bowsprit)16.93 m – 55’6″
LH: 16.09 m – 52’9”
LWL: 16.05 m – 52’7”
Maxi Beam: 4,99 m – 16’4”
Unladen Displacement:18 542 kg – 40 878 lbs
Standard Keel Draft: 2,55 m – 8’4″
Standard Keel Weight: 4.900 kg – 10.803 lbs
Low Keel Draft: 1-98 m – 6’5”
Low Keel Weight: 5,680 kg – 12 522 lbs
Fuel Capacity: 230 L – 61 US Gal (460 L / 122 US Gal opt.)
Water Capacity: 760 L – 201 US Gal (990 L / 262 US Gal opt.)
Design Category: A12 / B16 / C16 / D16
Cabins: 3
Engine: Yanmar 110 CH shaftdrive – 81 kW
Standard Sail Plan:131 m2 – 1,410 M2
Optional Sail Plan: 159 m2 – 1.711 sq Ft
Asymmetric Spinnaker: 250 m2 – 2.690 sq Ft
Code 0: 110 m2 – 1.184 sq Ft
Mast height above the waterline: 25.20 m – 82’4”
Architects: Philippe Briand – Winch Design – Jeanneau Design


Merry Fisher 1295 Fly and Cap Camarat 10.5 CC: Jeanneau launches its 2023 flagships


Jeanneau ‘s two additions join the DB/43, a daily boat presented in Cannes last March, and affirm Jeanneau’s international expansion. The aim of these two powerful new powerboats is twofold: to increase the yard‘s appeal in the American markets and strengthen its position in the European one.

Two exclusive new entries for Jeanneau

Motor- or sail-powered,Jeanneau-Cap-Camarat-10.5-CC sporty or elegant, Jeanneau boats are designed to experience the sea depending on the way you feel about it.

The French boat builder has made a name for itself with its modern motorboats, always in step with the latest trends. This is shown by the latest powerboat unveiled this spring, as well as the first highly anticipated Day Boat Premium from the Jeanneau shipyard, the DB/43, unveiled for the first time in the beautiful setting of Villefranche-sur-Mer (France) and received with great enthusiasm.

Building on this success, Jeanneau is anticipating the 2023 arrival of two new flagships from the historic Merry Fisher and Cap Camarat lines: the Merry Fisher 1295 Fly and the Cap Camarat 10.5 CC, which are already expected to be on display at the next autumn 2022 boat shows.

helm stationAs always in exteriorthese cases, expectations are very high, especially after the excellent feedback from the high-end DB/43 daily cruiser, featuring an ingenious open design and glossy finish.

The French brand is a newcomer to the high-end day cruiser scene, but it has been able to achieve immediate positive results with the DB/43 and its distinctive features: a clean design, an open and airy deck plan and high comfort thanks to the layout of the interiors, fittings and finishes, which enable the best possible experience of the sea, with elegance, comfort and versatility.

In fact, the DB/43 is designed for anyone looking for relaxed cruising, but also the freedom of a dive on the high seas, the conviviality of friendship and the intimacy of family.

Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1295 Fly

The Jeanneau Merry Fisher cockpit1295 Fly is a high-end, powerful motor yacht whose quality is evident in even the smallest details, such as the exteriors designed to offer a superlative quality of life.

Indeed, the exteriors are designed to ensure total relaxation for the whole family: just look at the generous aft cockpit overlooking the sea. A spacious, electrically-controlled starboard terrace can be opened out, providing easy access to the sea for swimming, while a large door to port facilitates easy access on board.

In the bow, three sunbeds are integrated directly into the deck, which is an innovative layout for a 40-foot flybridge yacht.

jeanneau flybridge helm stationThe flybridge provides additional space for relaxation, with its U-shaped saloon boasting a refrigerator and optional galley, a generous sundeck and a fully equipped helm station.

The interior is no less impressive, created with a desire to offer high standards of comfort, storage capacity and optimal on-board movement.

The galley is entirely open to the aft cockpit for ease of movement and communication between living spaces.

The large door to starboard, aligned with the pilot’s seat, provides easy access to the recessed side deck and forward cockpit.

The saloon, Jeanneau-Merry-Fisher-1295-Fly-interiorembellished with fine finishes, is bright and provides a panoramic view.

Lastly, the three cabins offer a safe level of comfort for the well-being of all guests on board: both the forward captain’s cabin and the two guest cabins have a private head with a separate shower.

The Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1295 Fly is powered by three Yamaha 300HP outboards, powerful but designed to plane even at moderate speeds, with attention to fuel consumption and on-board comfort.

Elegance and comfort cannot do without technology, which is not lacking on this French flybridge, as can be seen from the dual GPS screen on the interior helm station, while the three Yamaha’s are combined with the latest joystick and autopilot technology.

On request, the Merry Fisher 1295 Fly can also be fitted with a generator, air conditioning, a Seakeeper gyro stabilizer and a hydraulic gangway.

Merry Fisher 1295 Fly – Technical Specs

LOA: 12.41 m – 40’9″

Max Length: 12.56 m – 41’2

LH: 11.92 m – 39’1”

Overall Beam: 3.80 m – 12’6″

Weigth (without engine): 8,181 kg – 18,031 lbs

Fuel Capacity: 1,174 LT – 310 US gal

Draft:  0.76 m – 2’6″

Design Category: B – 10 / C-12

Cabins: 3

Berths: 6 / 8

Max Power (TBD): 3×300 HP

Designers: Jeanneau Design / Centkowski & Denert Design

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Jeanneau Cap Camarat 10.5 CC

The Cap Camarat 10.5 CC is the largest powerboat in the Cap Camarat Centre Console range ever built by the French shipyard.

It is designed for a range of activities, such as water sports, fishing and sunbathing. It combines a sophisticated design, a versatile deck layout and remarkable cruising performance, with four berths on 34 feet (the only one in its class).

The French Cap_Camarat_10.5_CC-Jeanneaupowerboat shares the hull of the Cap Camarat 10.5 WA Series2, designed by Michael Peters, and the high-tech injection construction technique.

Its elongated sporty lines are by Sarrazin Design.

It is powered by powerful twin engines of 300 hp or 425 hp, and with joystick control, navigation is quick and easy to ensure maximum fun and pleasure at the helm.

On board,, the emphasis is on comfort and quality of life.

On the outside, the deck is designed for versatile use, whether for fishing or for moments of pure relaxation.

The aft benches are foldable and offer optimal space for all marine activities. Forward of the console, a large sofa allows two people to be seated in comfort, both when at anchor and at sea, and can also be opened up for better ventilation inside.

The flush deck allows easy movement around the console, unobstructed.

boat interiorFor swimmers, a huge port door allows direct access to the water, with an integrated ladder.

The Jeanneau Cap Camarat 10.5 CC also makes it easy to transport your catch on fishing trips and access the boat. When cruising, with three seats at the helm, the driver enjoys an ideal central position.

The interior is bright and spacious: in fact, it is the only 34-foot Centre Console to offer four comfortable berths.

The forward saloon converts into a berth, the head compartment has a separate shower and the aft cabin offers a comfortable double berth.

The equipment is designed to satisfy even the most demanding owner: the standard T-top shelters crew members from the sun, but sunshades are also available on request. Sunbathers will appreciate the large convertible sundecks fore and aft, while for those who prefer fishing trips, the leaning post offers all the equipment desired to share a pleasant moment together: an outside kitchen with a fridge, a grill and a livewell to keep the catch fresh!

Cap Camarat 10.5 CC – Technical Specs

LOA: 10.09 m – 33’1″

Max length: 10.90 m – 35’9″

LH: 9.31 m – 30’6”

Overall beam: 3.25 m – 10’7″

Weight (without engine): 4,582 kg – 10.02 lbs

Fuel Capacity: 2×400 L – 2×106 US gal

Draft: 0.723 m – 2’4″

Design Category: B – 9 / C – 11

Cabins: 1+1

Berths:  4

Max Power (TBD) 2x 425 CV

Designers: Michael Peters Yacht Design / Sarrazin Design