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Born of a close partnership between Philippe Briand and Andrew Winch, the Jeanneau 64 features elegant lines with classic proportions. Contemporary deck styling gives the yacht a timeless appeal.
Every Jeanneau Yacht is designed to be a sailor’s boat, and the Jeanneau 64 is no exception. The sailing cockpit features easy access to sail controls right by the helm pedestals. For ease of use there is a captive mainsheet winch, in-mast furling mainsail, and powered headsail furler for the jib. This Jeanneau 64 can easily be handled by one person.
This flagship of the Jeanneau line is secure, fast, and enjoyable to sail. Philippe Briand has delivered a modern hull that incorporates a hard chine for increased speed, stability, and interior volume.
What really separates this Jeanneau 64 from any other one on the. market, is that this boat has hardly been used. The berths have never been slept in and the galley is un-used. She has a beautiful new blue painted hull with silver water line stripe. She is in stunning condition! The sails have almost no use on them.
Layout and Accommodations:
On deck, the yacht features a very clean foredeck that is almost totally flush forward of the mast. The teak decks are beautiful and provide great non-skid when moving about the boat. At the bow is a large locker to hold various items, with the chain locker just forward of this. To port is the anchor windlass. A very strong ss anchor arm with roller extends beyond the bow. At the stem is a pad-eye to tack an asymmetric spinnaker to.
Moving aft the deckhouse is very low and aerodynamically styled to create a beautiful looking yacht with very little resistance to the wind. The cockpit is very spacious and is divided into two areas, the sailing cockpit aft and the entertaining/guest cockpit forward. The guest cockpit features wrap-around seating and two large tables. The port side table electrically drops down to form a large lounge area and there is a cushion to go over the tabletop.
The sailing cockpit features the two helm pedestals with large leather wrapped ss wheels and all the instruments to enable you to control and safely navigate the boat. Four winches are just forward of the pedestals, and they control the sheets and halyards. All are powered and self-tailing. Lock off clutches for all lines are just forward of the winches. The beauty of this layout is that guests are not disturbed by those sailing the boat, nor are they in the way. The large arch moves the mainsheet above head height to add an extra measure of safety. There are two cockpit lights on the underside of the arch for nighttime dining or lounging.
Moving aft you can go down into the port side hatch and get to the tender. The tender is easily deployed out of the garage. The swim platform electrically deploys and there is a swim ladder and steps up to the cockpit within easy reach.
The central companionway to below has a sliding drop down hatch that is in two parts and nests into a “hatch garage” so it is always ready to raise and no need to carry it to another part of the boat to store it. The steps are wide and sturdy for easy access to below.
Entering down and into the main saloon you will find a bright and airy area. Sunlight comes in from overhead, the deckhouse windows and through hull windows. One could not imaging stepping into a more comfortable space! To port is the galley, then a comfortable couch. To starboard is a double bunk cabin for crew or guests and a large dining table just forward of this. Going even further forward are the two identical guest cabins.
The galley is a cook’s delight! Spacious, bright, well ventilated and near the guests. The major assets that every galley should have! Additionally, there is plenty of storage for chilled foods, as well as pantry space for dry goods. There is even a retractable garbage bin that is so cherished and often not conveniently positioned. There is even a six-shelf wine cooler fridge that is easily accessible from the galley or the saloon. Over this is a movable serving tray that rest securely in place when not in use.
Going aft of the galley is the electrical service area with fuses and breakers can be found. Outboard of this is the day head, which also caters to the bunk room guests.
Moving aft to the aft cabin, you will find a larger than queen sized berth. This is flanked by a desk and stool to port, with a his and hers drawer and hanging lockers. There is also a removable stair to be able to exit the cabin into the cockpit. To starboard is a comfortable couch and the entrance to the ensuite head with stall shower. The main access to the engine room is through the aft cabin shower, but there is also access from the bunk cabin. The woodwork in the aft cabin is luxurious and enveloping! There is a space on the forward bulkhead for a television or artwork if so desired. The headroom in most of the cabin space is about 6’ 4”. There is a large drawer storage area under the foot of the bed.
The two guest cabins forward are mirror images of the other. Both feature ensuite heads and stall showers. The starboard shower has access to the super large sail and gear storage area in the bow. This can also be accessed by a foredeck hatch. Both cabins have under berth drawers, a hanging locker and desk drawer storage. There are also overhead lockers, outboard of the berths.
All the guest cabins feature lots of natural light, opening hatches for ventilation, and blinds/screens on the hatches to control light or bugs. All the heads are electric and each head features a mini garbage bin, as well as ample storage for guest’s personal hygiene supplies and cleaning equipment.
The bow storage area has access to the chain locker, the motor for the windlass and the bow thruster. There are shelfs to store equipment neatly, which in turn makes it easy to find items quickly. There is room for sails, fenders, maybe even folding bicycles and more!
Engine and Propellor:
Volvo D4-180 diesel engine with very low hours (approximately 200 hours)
Folding four bladed propellor
Rope cutter on shaft
Hull and Deck:
Shoal Keel with 7’ 2” draft
Retractable stern thruster
Tunnel type bow thruster
Tender garage and tender
Teak side decks and cockpit
Anchor windlass with vertical capstan and horizontal chain gypsy
Large aluminum cleats for dock lines
Tall ss stanchions and double lifelines
Port and starboard gates with boarding ladders to tender
Sprayhood/dodger on large diameter SS tubing
Bimini with LED lighting, on large diameter SS tubing
Cockpit sink and refrigerator
Grey cockpit cushions all around- never used except for photo shoot
Folding ladder from cockpit down to swim platform
Life raft storage in locker under cockpit floor – no life raft supplied with the boat
Teak interior wood (stunning)
Owner cabin aft and two guest cabins forward, bunk room to stb
Day head aft of galley, which also serves the bunk room guests
Sail locker in forepeak
Marlin white vinyl interior cushions
Corian style countertops in white
Large SS sink with pull-out sprayer on faucet
Self-draining wet bin next to sink
Foot-pump fed spigot
Large SS door fridge
Two pull out drawer style freezer/fridges
Electric 3 burner stove/oven
Range exhaust hood with light
Plenty of storage and pantry space
Electric and plumbing:
Hot and cold pressure water
Wine cooler – 115v
US 60hz 230v Air Conditioning in three cabins and saloon
Cummins Onan 21.5 generator with super low hours
Shore power cord
VHF radio with connection by companionway and at port helm
Foghorn and hailer through VHF
Radar high up on mast for enhanced performance
Raymarine chart plotters at each helm pedestal
Compass at each pedestal
Stereo below and on deck
Quick chain counter and control at helm
Bow and stern thruster control at helm
Engine control at helm
Windspeed, boat speed and depth through plotters and multi-function displays
Raymarine smart controller for auto-pilot
Engine room camera
Sails and rigging:
Sparcraft aluminum mast and boom with in-mast furling mainsail and self-tacking jib
Triple swept spreaders with ss wire standing rigging
Spreader lights on each spreader
Captive mainsheet winch, below deck
Facnor electric jib furling unit
Self-tacking jib track
North Sails roller furling mainsail
North Sails roller furling headsail/jib
Split hydraulic backstay adjusters
Harken hydraulic vang
Spinnaker deck gear
Service/spinnaker halyard on mast
Harken electric self-tailing genoa winches
Harken electric self-tailing halyard winches
Miscellaneous and safety gear:
2 life jacket packs
Stern mounted recovery ladder
Inflatable hard bottom dinghy – white tubes (brand unknown)
Plow type galvanized anchor and galvanized chain
English owner’s manual
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.