Sunday, April 21

Jeanneau Launches New 35-Foot Cruising Boat With Twin 300-hp Yamahas

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Jeanneau has just launched its new 35-foot outboard-powered NC 1095 cruising boat, the flagship of its NC (New Concept) fleet. The new 38-knot cruiser will make its U.S. debut at the Annapolis powerboat show, starting Oct. 11.

The new cruiser from the prestigious French builder is powered by twin 300-hp Yamaha F300 four-stroke outboards. It cruises at about 25 knots, and is remarkably fuel efficient, burning about 1 nmpg at that speed. It is available in a two- or three-stateroom arrangement, with additional sleeping space for two in the convertible dinette area in the salon.

The cockpit and salon are all on the same level, making it easy to move around. The cockpit has a U-shaped lounge; the seat back aft flips forward so both engines can be tilted up and out of the water. Additional seating is on the foredeck, with two sun lounges.

The salon is bright with natural light coming in from windows all around. From the cockpit, you enter through glass sliding doors; the side windows and the front windshield are large; two overhead hatches let in even more light. Visibility is excellent from the helm. One nice feature, particularly for cruising people, is that there’s a sliding door next to the helm, opening to the starboard side deck, making it much easier to handle lines at the dock or in a lock. The salon has a booth-style dinette to port and the galley aft to starboard.

Below, the master stateroom is forward with a centerline berth, large side windows and two overhead hatches. The head is to port with a shower. The guest stateroom is also to port, aft of the head, with twin berths. You can opt for a third cabin on the starboard side or you can use that space for extra storage.

Specs.: LOA: 34’5”; Beam: 10’11”; Draft: 2’3”; Disp.: 10,225 lbs.; Fuel: 212 gals.; Water: 68 gals.; Power: 2×300-hp Yamaha F300 four-stroke outboards. Read more:

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