Fishing boat or Family cruiser which would you like? The Merry Fisher 795 Marlin can offer you either option as she comes in two versions. This rugged SUV of the seas has something for everyone, both versions combining excellent affordability with Jeanneau’s design flair.

In Offshore layout the MF 795 Marlin is in “fishing mode,” she has a wide, 3-panel sliding glass door aft, wide side doors, and secure recessed side decks for safe and easy passage between the helm station and the cockpit. She has plenty of room for all your dedicated fishing equipment as well as an (optional) exterior helm station and additional bolster seat (optional) for your friends. For the dedicated fisherman she can also be equipped with a livewell, rod holders, roller on the gunwale, cutting board, fish box, and a deck wash-down pump

In Cruising layout the new Merry Fisher 795 Marlin combines comfort and shared spaces with a bench seat located just behind the wheelhouse instead of the sliding doors. Sheltered from the wind, it faces the comfortable and even larger cockpit area, which can also transform into a sundeck.

Both options are available with an enclosed marine head and both are based on Jeanneau’s tapered V-shaped hull for safety and stability and with outboard engine options up to 200HP you are guaranteed fast safe and stable performance at sea whether cruising or running for your favourite fishing ground.

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Just a quick note to let you know that Seadream of Sark is safely moored up in our marina actually about 3 boats away from a very new looking 409. We left the Hamble on Friday lunchtime and spent the afternoon tacking back and forth against the tide up to Lymington which was good practice and the conditions were very nice. We sailed from the Needles and the boat performed really well we put in a reef half way across, took it out and then ended up putting it back in, so we certainly appreciated how easy she is to reef. She tracked really well through the water, very well balanced, so well that I forgot to put the autopilot on and only noticed 5 minutes later. Sunday was nice light North westerly, the sun shone and we had a nice quiet Sunday morning sail onto Guernsey. It is cold sailing this time of year though! All the best Alan & Helen
- Alan & Helen B (Sun Odyssey 379 - Lift Keel)

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