New Jeanneau Leader 46 / Yachts 57 / Review of NC 9 /

Jeanneau Leader 46

 

The all new Leader 46 is a signature Jeanneau incorporating elegant modern design, living spaces open to the outside, and reliable performance.  She is a true open express and her overall design is the definition of a leader with many classic and innovative features.  With several other models on the market, the 46 stands out first as a Jeanneau, known for world class construction and quality of fit and finish, and also as a design statement breaking the traditional perceptions of what an express can look and feel like.  Comfort was a major factor in the design which started with the hull, for a stable smooth handling ride, and continued into the interiors.  Unlike most offerings in North America, the Leader 46 can handle big water and do it with a level of handling that is exemplary.

 

 Jeanneau Yachts 57

 

Jeanneau Yachts 57 Elegant Offshore Cruiser

The Jeanneau Yachts 57 is an elegant offshore cruiser that offers an exceptional interior and deck plan designed by Vittorio Garroni with ease of handling in mind: every detail has been conceived to provide a world class cruising experience.  She is now offered with a beautiful, all new interior design. The styling of the contemporary interior reflects a long nautical heritage with rich materials found throughout including leather, blond teak flooring, and stainless steel.  Her sleek windows allow plenty of natural light to bath the interior.  To ensure the feeling of luxury and comfort, she has finely appointed cabins, a spacious galley, and luxurious lounging and dining areas.  And being a cruiser, she also has a tender garage.

NC9

Jeanneau NC 9

The Jeanneau NC 9 is a remarkably spacious 30 express cruiser.  Her design provides a remarkable amount of usable space for socializing, entertaining, relaxing, and having fun on the water with the family.  Now add to this a world class hull design that ensures a stable smooth ride even in big water and offshore conditions.  She is ideally suited for both coastal cruising and inland lake boating.  Her ride and handling ensure that your family and guests can enjoy more time on the water.  The design of the NC 9, like her bigger sisters the NC 11 and NC 14, incorporates large windows and a sport top helping to bring the outside in.  Her layout maximizes topside space, while still creating spacious and comfortable accommodations below. The team at BoatTEST.com put her through a full test and review. 

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