2018 Jeanneau 64
Winner of Sail Magazine's "Best Flagship Monohull" the Jeanneau 64 is a hugely successful model.
The design brief mandated superyacht styling with elegant lines and classic proportions. The renowned naval architect Philippe Briand and legendary Andrew Winch achieved it perfectly.
Bring all your family and friends to enjoy the superb sailing performance, fine ergonomics and bright, elegant teak interior with chef's galley, expansive saloon and four double cabins all ensuite plus crew cabin. A sofa forward of the main cabin converts to twin bunk beds -- ideal for children or as a watch cabin on long passages.
The spacious single-level cockpit is perfect for entertaining. Split tables provide easy access fore and aft and are electrically lowered for relaxing sun pads. The rare sport transom option greatly expands the lounging spaces with easy access to the water. Equally rare is the traditional fully battened mainsail option for enhanced performance. Bow and stern thrusters virtually eliminate the stress of entering a crowded harbor or marina. The electrically deployed swim platform will be a popular spot at anchor.
"Lunous" has been meticulously maintained by a professional crew all her life. A proven charter performer with signifiant income potential if you're able to take advantage.
It is rare to see a yacht of this caliber and specification come on the market and even more so when presented in exceptional condition. Lying in beautiful Corfu, Greece. Do not hesitate to make an offer.
Note: Tender and toys are not included in the sale.
This yacht may be centrally listed by another broker and in that case as a licensed professional I can represent you exclusively as the buyer to negotiate the best deal possible and provide my expertise during sea trial, survey and closing. Prices for yachts based in Europe may not include selling brokerage commission. All yachts are subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. The information provided is for general descriptive purposes only and a buyer should instruct his agents to inspect the vessel to verify its specifications, equipment, condition and value. Some photos may be of sisterships.