Jeanneau 54

 

May 1, 2020

Check out the video of the Jeanneau 54 Here:

JEANNEAU 54, DESIGNED FOR THE WAY YOU LIVE.

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Every aspect of the Jeanneau 54 is all-new and designed to fit the way you live, like no other yacht in her class. Never before seen solutions are found throughout, from the clever VIP interior layout to the spacious living cockpit and the easy and discreet management of the tender and the innovative aft terrace. Every detail and function has been considered to enhance life aboard and the cruising experience.

The Jeanneau 54 is born from the close collaboration of Philippe Briand, who’s chined hull and elegant deck profile ensure seaworthy handling and timeless looks, and Andrew Winch’s meticulous approach to every ergonomic detail and the selection of high-end materials that echo the look and feel of his super yacht pedigree.

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There has never been a yacht like the Jeanneau 54.

Check out a virtual tour of the 54’s sister boat the Jeanneau 51 here

Jeanneau 51

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For more information on the Jeanneau 54, visit the Jeanneau website here 


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