Jeanneau NC 1095

April 2, 2020

NC 1095: Taking Another Step Forward!

Jeanneau NC 1095 Fly

THE NC 1095 NOW OFFERING A FLYBRIDGE MODEL

NC 1095: https://www.jeanneauamerica.com/en/boats/powerboat/41-nc-weekender/621-nc-1095/

NC 1095 Fly:   https://www.jeanneauamerica.com/en/boats/powerboat/41-nc-weekender/649-nc-1095-fly/

 Read Andy Adams’ review of the Jeanneau NC 1095

Already unique in its category, with an outboard engine and three cabins, the NC 1095 is ahead of the trends by offering a flybridge model.

FLYBRIDGE LIVING

The flybridge includes a forward sundeck and a folding copilot bench seat. The bench seat can be transformed into a sun lounger or an XXL sundeck, according to preference! This area also includes numerous storage compartments plus an optional bimini for sun protection.

COMFORT IS KEY

Like all Jeanneaus, the NC 1095 has been designed for life underway and include some clever features like recessed side-decks allowing for safe movement about the boat with easy access to the helm. A large L-shaped lounge comfortably fits a large group and easily converts into a large lounging area. Large transom platforms on either side of the outboard engines, make boarding safe and easy.

To fully enjoy life on the water, the forward sundeck with its lifting back rests, provides for additional living space while on deck.

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LIGHT AND SPACE

The interior of the NC 1095 with its opening sunroofs and large windows in the hull, allow for plenty of natural lighting. The galley is large and fully functional: here again, a surprising amount of storage space is available in both upper and lower cabinets, allowing you to store everything for your time on the water.

The NC 1095 is offered in both 2 and 3 cabin versions. A nicely appointed owner’s cabin forward complete with large center-line bed, easy access to head and shower, two overhead hatches, and long windows down each side, greatly enhance the overall comfort for the master of the ship. The guest cabin to port, rounds out this truly liveable interior allowing two guests to join the funning total comfort. A third cabin to starboard can be utilized as either an additional double berth or simply additional storage which is always in high demand on board.

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