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The New Jeanneau 64 Yacht

The New Jeanneau Yachts 64 is a bench mark for luxury yachting.

Never before has it been possible to specify a 64 foot luxury yacht that is built by the largest production boat builder in the world to combine innovation, quality, performance and state of the art production to achieve that magical combination of quality and value.

Briand 64

French Naval architect Philipe Briand was briefed to design the yacht.

 

 

 

Andrew Winch 64

 

Andrew Winch, British designer of many super yachts and aircraft has been tasked to design the interior.

The Yacht is designed to be able to make bespoke changes for a deserving client base.

Strong, well insulated, quiet, fast and easy to handle were all key words on the brief, it goes without saying it has to be seaworthy, beautiful and fully in the spirit of a Jeanneau yacht.

64 under sail

 

To achieve this, the hull is built using vacuum infused technology with discontinuous, end-grain balsa.

The keel area is solid laminate.  Isophthalic NG gel coat and the barrier coat is used to protect against osmosis and polyester resin is used throughout.

There are three bulk heads that are key to the build and cannot be moved.  They are laminated not only into the hull but the deck also.

A 3G counter moulding is then laminated into the hull.  This provides unrivalled insulation and strength.

64 hull under water

The standard deep fin keel has a large aft trailing bulb.  The fully balanced spade rudder built upon a stainless post makes her surprisingly agile for a yacht of this size.

The standard 2.95m keel is a little on the deep side for some sailing areas and so Jeanneau with Briand design have produced a shoal draft 2.2m version.

winged finn 64

This keel has wings at either side that provide extra stability and reduce the drop off in performance from the deep fin keel version to negligible levels.

This yacht is designed to take you and friends and family anywhere in the world.  What sets this yacht apart is the level of consideration given to what happens when you get there.

code 0

 

 

Externally the yacht has a keel stepped mast, this can have in mast furling, classic batten mainsail with a park Avenue boom or for the first time in Jeanneau’s history, in boom furling.  Single or double head sails and bowsprit for asymmetrical spinnakers for code zero.

The main sheet is kept clear of the cockpit by fitting it to the GRP arch and the four, all electric winches make light work of the sail handling.

64 garage

 

 

The stern of the boat houses the tender garage, this has a cockpit shower and provides ample storage space for bikes, dive cylinders etc.

 

 

cockpit 64

The twin helm stations create a walk through cockpit, two large sun mattresses double as helms seats, the hanging pods are large enough to house the engine, windlass, bow and stern thruster controls as well as plotters and navigation instruments.

60% of life on board a yacht is spent in the cockpit and Jeanneau have created a living space unrivalled in her class and created by people who understand life on board.

 

pods 64

 

Moving through the cockpit there are a pair of pods, one a refrigerator, the other a sink, there is also a hob under the starboard helm seat so that you can cater without having to go below decks.

 

cockpit 64 2

 

The cockpit has two tables, one to port and one to starboard, this maintains the walk through cockpit and allows guests to go below without having to get anyone to move.  It’s an option to have one or both electrical pedestals to create sunbeds.

The massive fore deck also has a mattress option creating up to three sun bathing zones on deck.

 

 

 

    below deck 64

     

     

    Below decks on this fantastic Jeanneau 64 the same practical approach has been adapted.  No fewer than 12 roof hatches, hull  ports and windows flood natural light into the cabins.

    Neutral woods in a choice of teak or light oak are used for the bulkheads and cabinets whilst white head linings keep things bright.  Clever use of the LED lights help create the right lighting for your mood.

     

     

    The interior is designed by British super yacht designer Andrew Winch.  Andrew has worked  closely with the Jeanneau designers to produce a practical yet opulent and stylish feel.  Only the highest quality materials have been selected to produce this stunning boat.

    64 galley

     

    The Galley is as you would expect is close to the companionway, space has not been compromised here so catering for large crews needs is a pleasure in this fabulous space.

    Large worktops in Corian stone all have fiddles, the cupboards above them are also in stone making cleaning them easy.  American style full size refrigerator and chest freezer with optional ice maker or wine fridge, three burner cooker with oven and grill, extractor fan vented overboard and microwave oven take care of the practical side of the galley.

    Two large hull ports give you a view of the sea and overhead ports keeps the heat out of the kitchen!  Options for the washing machine, dryer and dishwasher are also popular choices.

    The Navigation centre is also close to the companionway.  Forward facing with a large upholstered seat and everything the skipper needs is close at hand.

    cabin 64 owners Heads 64 Cabin 64 2

    Beautifully appointed bathrooms, upholstered headboards, hand stitched leather hand holds and door handles, trim this beautiful interior to perfection.

    There are so many options to this luxurious yacht, it really can be customised to perfection for your families pleasure.

     

     

     

  • Overview

    The Jeanneau yachts 64 is a collaboration between the best designers and naval architects working with the expertise and passion of the Jeanneau yard, the result is a sailing yacht that stirs your emotion and drives the adventurer within us.

  • Specification

    Overall length…………………………. 20,10 m /65’11”
    Hull length  …………………………………… 19,55 m / 64’1”
    Waterline length  ……………………………… 18 m / 59’
    Beam  …………………………………………. 5,40 m / 17’8”
    Displacement ……………. 31 000 kg / 68,343 lbs
    Standard keel draft …………….. 2,95 m / 9’8”
    Shoal keel draft ……………………….. 2,20 m / 7’ 2”
    Engine power …………………………… 180 Hp / 132 kW
    Cabins …………………………………………………………. 3 / 4 / 5 / 6
    Berths ……………………………………………………. 6 / 8 / 10 + 2
    Fuel capacity  ………………………… 825 l / 218 US gal
    Water capacity  ………………………………….. 1000 l / 265 US gal
    Sail area
    – Standard (furling ) : ………………………….. 170 m2 / 1.829 Sq ft
    – Classic 209 m2 / 2.249 Sq ft
    CE Category : …………………………………………. A12 / B13 / C18
    Designers / Architectes :
    Philippe Briand Yacht Design – Andrew Winch Designs – Jeanneau Design

  • Technical Drawings