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The Jeanneau 54 Yacht is a beautiful and practical sailing yacht, very much along the lines of her larger sister, the very successful Jeanneau 64. Another collaboration between Jeanneau, naval architect Philippe Briande and super yacht designer Andrew Winch. The result being a beautiful and practical yacht, the Jeanneau 54 is designed by sailors for sailors, representing superior performance and excellent value for money.

The all new Jeanneau 54 Yacht is another of Jeanneau's collaborations with renowned naval architect Philippe Briande and super yacht designer Andrew Winch, who between them created the very successful Jeanneau 64 Yacht launched in 2015.

The Jeanneau 54 Yacht offers both style and practicality. Her cockpit, like her bigger sister's, is split evenly and definitively between sailing functions and social allowing non-active crew members space to relax in comfort and style whilst not inconveniencing those actively sailing her. The cockpit is enhanced with an opening "terraced" bathing and lounging area, while on the foredeck there is a recessed sunbathing area with its own fold-able bimini.

Down below the yacht also carries many of the features found in her bigger sister, the successful and acclaimed Jeanneau 64, from the light woods and sense of space around the whole interior, coupled to the well conceived and laid out interior creating a delightful and comfortable saloon and cabins. There is even space for household size appliances.

There are a variety of internal layouts available from 2 to 5 cabins, 2 to 4 heads, linear or aft galley plus separate crews quarters.

Handling of this size yacht could not be made easier with multiple sail plans available to suit the keenest or most relaxed sailor including self tacking, furling main, staysail and so on.

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It really is a lovely boat, Chris. Thanks so much for your continued input and infectious enthusiasm. The new Amadeus is a bit of a revelation, to be quite honest, after the old one - I'm pretty amazed by her capabilities. The live-aboard function is in a quite different order of magnitude and the sea-keeping is in a different league as well - though of course the extra three feet or so of waterline length are probably responsible for a lot of that. Both Gaye and I are really pleased that we ended up being able to do a deal here. We venture to hope that you are, too - that it worked for you guys as well? All best wishes Tony
- Tony O (NC 11)

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