Sailing BoatsCruisersJeanneauModel 60The brand new Jeanneau 60 is available and in production. This brilliant new offering has numerous interior layouts (2 to 6 cabins) in a choice of woods, two different keels, rig to suit owners requirements, the Jeanneau patented walkarounds decks, plus a transom dinghy garage and many new innovations. Deliveries available for the 2021 season, part exchange and VAT free exports for qualified customers are all possible. Price shown is for our Sailaway pack including VAT, delivery and commissioning in Les Sables. Call Stephen Carter at our Suffolk Office for full information – – Click here to reveal phone number – General
Her sleek and elegant lines, combined with the versatility of an ingenious layout, enable her to suit all cruising styles. Hull construction is by vacuum infusion and the tray moulding is by injection system for ultimate stiffness and light weight. Full length hull chine with twin rudders. L shaped keels with a standard 2.55m draft or a shoal keel of 2.10m draft. VERSATILITY FOR PERSONALIZATION: The JEANNEAU YACHTS 60 has been designed to be tailored to satisfy all preferences and cruising lifestyles. She allows numerous choices, such as an arch, a hardtop, an exterior galley, releasable forestay, furling mast, with which you would transform her from a sporty “Mediterranean” yacht to a fully-fledged offshore cruiser for longer voyages. A NEW ERA IN DESIGN : She combines internal expertise of the JEANNEAU Design department, sharp design by Andrew Winch, and complete mastery of naval architecture by Philippe Briand. Deck plans and interior layouts are enhanced by high-performance technology and some of the finest materials. Our quest for unprecedented comfort onboard is paired with our desire to offer a yacht demonstrating “best in class” sailing abilities. The proportions are perfect, thanks to its maximized waterline versus overall length and carefully balanced distribution of living space. The deck, with its contemporary style, gives this large yacht timeless appeal. The innovative deck layout features an inverted bow, a hull chine, an integrated bowsprit, a high sheer line, as well as walk-around side decks, making movement about the boat easy. The longitudinal garage accommodates a 10-foot tender that can be launched and retrieved effortlessly.
INTERIOR: 19 POSSIBLE LAYOUTS! The JEANNEAU YACHTS 60 can be split into four living areas, each offering multiple options: the forepeak, the forward cabins, the salon with the forward galley, and the aft cabins. The forepeak: three versions are possible, with a large sail locker, a skipper cabin, or a sixth cabin. Next, two versions of the forward area are possible: an owners’ cabin or two cabins, each with a double berth. The bulkhead that divides the two forward cabins can be slid forward into a dedicated storage space creating one open space. Then one berth can be transformed into a sofa, creating a suite on demand. Three possible layouts are available for the starboard side of the salon: a version with a sofa and adjacent chart table, a lateral twin bunk cabin, or an “open plan” version that could accommodate two free-standing armchairs. Finally, the aft living area can be configured as either an owner’s cabin or as two cabins, featuring one double berth on starboard, and a twin bunk to port. Interior woodwork can be in teak or light oak plus numerous choices of fabrics to owner choice. Standard equipment includes: Bottle storage under saloon sole, luxury shades to hull ports in saloon, electric fresh water flush toilets, Fusion sound system with 4 salon speakers and two cockpit speakers, galley equipment includes a 3 burner cooker with grill and oven, fridge and 144l freezer and microwave oven.
Spars & Sails
Fractional Bermudan sloop rig. The standard anodised rig is with a furling mainsail and self tacking jib, 25.1m tall. There are options available to go slab reefing on the standard mast with a canoe boom (park avenue), performance mast, 26.7m with overlapping headsail or even a full 28.3m white painted carbon rig. Headsail furling is electric and there is a choice of the mainsheet going to an arch or cockpit sole. Harken winches throughout with two standard electric rewind winches. Dacron sails are standard with options to go to ProRadial sails and the Carbon rig is available with Performance racing sails.
The standard engine is a YANMAR 110HP LA 4JH100CR 81KW with shaft drive with a fixed three blade propeller and manual single lever control. The optional YANMAR 150HP LA 4LV150CR 110KW also has a shaft drive with a three blade Flexofold folding propeller and electronic engine controls. Both engine choices have electronic interface with the Raymarine instruments. Bowthruster is standard and there is an option for a fold down stern thruster.
12V engine start and 24V domestic systems plus 240V shore power with galvanic isolator. 8 domestic batteries of 140A each. 100ah 240V battery charger. IBS Sensor battery status indicator. Phone induction charge station. Touch screen electronic control system. LED lighting throughout including interior including low level saloon floor lights and the same in the cockpit.
Standard sail away pack includes: Raymarine i70 multi (wind, depth, etc) Raymarine Ray 90 VHF with AIS 700 transponder and 2nd cockpit station Raymarine P70s autopilot Two Raymarine Axiom 12inch multifunction chart plotters with WiFi and Navionics. Options include Doppler radar, augmented reality camera, pilot smart controller, etc.
Sailaway pack includes: Fresh water shore connection system. Cockpit table Sprayhood Transom garage curtain Mooring and anchoring kits 2nd anchor windlass control be helm with counter
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs….*