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Jeanneau Brand through the years

. Sangria Launched: 1970 No of Yachts Sold: 2156 Fantasia Launched: 1982 No of Yachts Sold: 1743 Flirt Launched: 1976 No of Yachts Sold: 1743 Sun 2000 Launched: 2000 No of Yachts Sold: 1144 Sun Odyssey 35 Launched: 2002 No of YachtsSold: 900 Sun Legende 41 Launched: 1985 Designed by Doug Peterson, the Sun Legend 41 was built of Kevlar by Jeanneau Advanced Technologies. It won the SORC in the United States in 1985, and it won multiple times in both the La Rochelle Race Week and the Spi Ouest France Race. Sun Magic 44 Launched: 1988 The Sun Magic won the Trade Winds Transat in 1987, as well as the Spi Ouest France Race. Sun Kiss Launched: 1983 The Sun Kiss won the double-handed Transat and the Transat Point-Europe 1. Jeanneau One Design (JOD) Launched: 1991 The Jeanneau One Design competed in the Sailing Tour de France in 1991 and succeeded with the famous Rush (1982) and Sélection (1984). Sun Odyssey 54DS Launched: 2002 Born of a new concept ‘Deck Saloon’ and created by Vittorio Garroni. Jeanneau now offers four models in the DS range. The Sun Odyssey 36i introduced in 2007. This high-performance cruising yacht built for the comfort and space, for people who are looking for a relaxing cruising yacht to help take you away from everything. Being designed for a family with three cabins and the personality of a blue-water boat. The boat is full branded special fittings, and this offers an option of two different below-deck layouts, both providing a very high quality of materials.

With great successes and Iconic Sail and Power Boats, Jeanneau introduced a NEW - NC 11. The Concept. Jeanneau has taken a side step in the world of boat design and come up with a ‘New Concept’ which is very intelligent. Just put aside the standard flybridge and sports top cruiser that is generally on offer to us for a minute and indulge the idea of a boat that is perfect for the Job.

The NC11 (New Concept) is a boat that is something in between what we have become used too and the age-old battle of deciding whether to go for a Flybridge or Sports Cruiser is now at an end. The NC11 offers us everything we need, Style, practicality, massive storage, accommodation and economy. The first thing that jumps out at you is that this boat is an exquisite lady, she has sleek and streamlines sporting features, such as the two massive windows either side making the boat look aggressive but also letting in a lot of natural light down below. Webasto has innovated a new electric sliding glass roof which allows the skipper to step up and be in tune with the sea. This sunroof has integrated blinds shading the helm and instrument panel should the need arise. So many boat manufacturers sacrifice the transom bathing platform, this is a significant area when berthing ‘stern too’ that your crew member has a safe and stable platform to stand and not balancing on half a foot of the bathing platform. The NC11 has gone one step further, not only has she got a large bathing platform and safety rail to hold onto, but a fitted stern anchor and a retractable aft cockpit bench allowing the deck area to extend by a further three feet. ‘A room with a view.’ The living area is accessed via a three panelled sliding door opening up the saloon onto the aft deck giving the helm and crew easy access and excellent all-around visibility. The lounge can be adapted to suit all occasions, whether you want to relax inside with your family around the extending dining table watching your favourite films or dine “al fresco” by merely transferring the rear sofa to face outside. This design is simple yet ingenious. ‘What’s cooking?’ The heart of every home is the kitchen, and it is no different onboard the NC11. Cooking a meal for your crew is the essential task of the day. The fully fitted galley makes easy work for the chef preparing meals of every kind for the hungry crew. ‘Loads of sea air - Time for bed.’ After a day on the high seas, a warm meal and a glass of wine you will need to take sanctuary in your double cabin. The NC11 has two more extensive than standard cabins, one master (skippers cabin) with en-suite bathroom and shower, a twin / double conversion cabin for the crew both with plenty of natural light and storage. The master cabin has under sprung mattress battens to make your night’s sleep that much more comfortable “Just like at home “. ‘Storage is King’ Everyone that has owned a boat in the past will tell you “there is never enough storage”. The NC11 leaves the competition behind with two large storage holds big enough for additional refrigeration, tenders, fenders, and clothing. The NC11 also has her workshop below decks with six holds all storage trays and more, all three storage holds are easily accessible and very welcomed. ‘Cruising in 2011.’ Jeanneau never stops striving to be the tip of the spear regarding advancements and technology. The NC11 has been installed with twin Volvo D3 200 hp engines, bow thrusters or the new Volvo Aquamatic joystick which are both available options making docking a joy and not a chore. ‘Got family and cruising in mind? This boat is worth a look.’ Once again I feel that Jeanneau ‘knows no bounds’. The NC11 proves this. Performance, economy, style and innovative designs must have been on the minds of the Jeanneau designers when building this boat


Gib Sea boats previously for sale

GibSea 43
41' 9"

Gib Sea 37
36' 0"

32' 6"

Gib Sea 312
30' 10"

Gibsea 312
31' 2"

Gib'Sea 312
31' 0"

Gib Sea 282
27' 6"

Gibsea 84
28' 6"

96 Master
33' 1"

Gibsea 76
26' 11"

Gib Sea 62
20' 6"

Gib Sea 77
26' 8"

Gibsea 77
26' 2"

Gibsea 76
26' 11"

28' 0"

Gib Sea 33
32' 6"

Gib Sea 302
29' 10"