Jeanneau 64 - their new flagship luxury yacht has been a long time in the planning, but you can now view it at Sea Ventures UK marina. Designed by Phillippe Briand, the first completed Jeanneau 64, pictured above on trials, was launched in April 2014. This sensational new Jeanneau yacht is now available for sale, and we think this high performance blue water cruising yacht will be in huge demand.

Here are pictures of the Jeanneau 64, an exciting new venture from Jeanneau which, together with the comprehensive brochure and specification (which you can download from our download link), will show you the design of the new Jeanneau 64 yacht. She fits well with the designer Phillipe Briand's other projects within the Beneteau group namely the CNB 76, CNB 60 and indeed the Jeanneau 57 yacht. Her design features include:

1) High levels of comfort with the base boats having a large specification. Below there are Living Zones and different layouts to suit private owners, private owners and crew, charter use etc. Crew quarters will have their own access to the deck.

2) On deck the concept is Deck Life with flush decks, a huge cockpit and optional cockpit layouts including the facility for a cockpit galley. A dinghy garage can be built into the transom plus the additional facility of tender storage on the foredeck.

The Jeanneau 64 is constructed in a new production facility especially built to house the production of big Yachts. Quality standards are high with the emphasis on building a versatile, luxurious mini super yacht at a very competitive price that represents excellent value for money.

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Dear Chris I wanted to thank you and Rob for a most efficient and enjoyable handover yesterday on my new MF 795 Delphine. I greatly appreciated the relaxed efficiency in the office and Rob's equally relaxed but thorough boat handling pointers and run through the boat systems. Inevitably, it will take a little time to familiarise myself with a new boat but our crossing to Brighton was encouraging and fun, with solid handling in a lumpy sea, and a remarkably quick run, particularly to someone used to sailing in an ancient Westerly! Best wishes Chris (March 2016)
- Chris P (Merry Fisher 795 New Boat)

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