New Jeanneau Models for 2019 Season

New Jeanneau Models for 2019 Season

Wednesday 1st August 2018

Jeanneau have unveiled details of their new models for 2019 season.with eight new models joining the ranges:

Sailing Boats

An important mid range Sun Odyssey 410 joins the fleet for 2019 incorporating the latest inclining side decks and interior design. She is a very exciting addition to the Sun Odyssey range and can be seen at all the major shows this autumn. Sea Ventures will be showing the first one in the UK at the upcoming Southampton boat show.

Motor Boats

Two new Marlins top and tail the Merry Fisher range, the Merry Fisher 605 Marlin who's aim is to provide a no frills fishing boat at a very affordable price and a new flagship Merry Fisher 895 Marlin planned sometime in 2019 for adventure, fishing and of course keeping a happy crew as well.

Then there are two evolutions in the Cap Camarat range with the Cap Camarat 6.5 CC Series3 and Cap Camarat 6.5 WA Series 3. Both boats are a serious reworking of this important and popular sized Cap Cam bringing the design features of their bigger  9.0 metre sisters down to the 6.5 metre range. These boats pack a punch though; they may be 6.5 metres but they feel like 7.5 metre boats.

Joining the NC range is an all new NC37. bringing all the creature comforts and design features of this popular concept all in a very seaworthy and safe hull...a perfect addition and a fine family cruising boat

And finally, following a growing worlwide trend (of which Jeanneau is a leader) Jeanneau will be launching Outboard engine versions of the popular Leader 30 and Leader 33 models. Twin Outboard installations have many advantages over an inboard one as many people are discovering in bigger and bigger motorboats.

These are all very interesting additions to an already dynamic range of boats produced by one of the worlds largest, successful and innovative yards.

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Hi Mark A brief email to let you know that we have received the invoices for the C-map and for the work done on Castaway prior to handover which I have today settled by a single electronic transfer payment to Sea Ventures. I note that this was to be paid to a different account from the one I used previously and assume it is to differentiate it from your client account and the firm's own account. We are taking advantage of the good weather to work through the boat and fix many of the minor problems like inoperative lights and the broken grating as well as giving it a deep clean - all very rewarding and we are appreciating the extra living space after our Merry Fisher 805, the sale of which we hope will be completed by next week. Once again many thanks for your personal attention to the detail of this quite complex transaction which enabled a dream to be turned into a reality. We will doubtless be in touch again to order Jeanneau spares through Sea Ventures once we have worked out our priorities. We hope you enjoyed your few days' break - perhaps the weather was kinder to you than you had expected? Best wishes Malcolm and Jean
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