These Jeanneau specification overview tables allow all data on all Jeanneau sailing boats to be viewed in order sorted by:
Model name, year of first production or overall hull length: Click to download/open pdf files.
Featured Classic Models
Jeanneau model names have only been relatively straightforward since the mid nineteen nighties, the naming systems used previously were extensive, complex and at times bizarre, with even some sister models having different branding. Further complexity occurs as some former Jeanneau models were also produced under licence with yet more new names, whilst many charter fleets use their own naming systems.
Some are significantly different versions, that whilst using the same basic hull and deck layouts may have substantially different rig and keel configurations, mostly evidently seen in the Sun Fast and Sun Odyssey ranges. Others represent evolution of design such as the Arcadia developing through the Sun Dream to become the Sun Way 28. In Norway several models were for a time marketed under the umbrella range of "Rush" possibly to build on the success of the original Ron Holland designed Jeanneau Rush 31. Most of the more recent numerous Sun Fast - Sun Odyssey - Sun Odyssey DS (Deck Saloon) variants are omitted for clarity.
The overview table below is a summary of known related models or alternative names.
|Aquila||Rush 84 (Scandinavia)|
|Atlantic 44||Sun Magic / Sun Odyssey 44|
|Attalia||Rush 97 (Scandinavia)|
|Balt Family 17||Sun Fast 17|
|Arcadia||Sun Dream / Sun Way 28 / Rush 90 (Scandinavia)|
|Brin de Folie||Folie Douce|
|Delphia 24||Sun Odyssey 24.2|
|Delphia 31||Sun Odyssey 319|
|Gin Fizz||Gib'Sea 37 ketch or sloop|
|Fantasia||Sun Way 27 / Rush 77 (Scandinavia)|
|Folie Douce||Brin de Folie|
|Jeanneau 28 (Canada)||Sun Odyssey 28.1 / Sun Way 29|
|Jeanneau 35 (Canada)||Sun Odyssey 36.2|
|Love Love||Love Junior|
|Moorings 554||Sun Odyssey 54|
|Moorings 494||Sun Odyssey 49|
|O'Day 39 & 40||Sun Fizz|
|Olympic Sea 42||Sun Legende|
|Poker||Gib'Sea Flush Poker|
|Rush 90||Arcadia / Sun Dream 28 / Sun Way 28|
|Rush 111||Sun Shine 36|
|Sun 24||Majestic 24 Weekend|
|Sun Charm 39||Sun Fast 39 / Sun Odyssey 39|
|Sun Dance 36||Sun Odyssey 36|
|Sun Dream||Sun Way 28 / Arcadia|
|Sun Fast 17||Balt Family 17|
|Sun Fast 26||Sun Odyssey 26|
|Sun Fast 32||Sun Odyssey 32.1|
|Sun Fast 39||Sun Charm 39|
|Sun Fast 41||Sun Legende|
|Sun Fizz||O'Day 39 & 40|
|Sun Kiss||Espace 1100 (deck saloon version)|
|Sun Light||Sun Fast 31 / Sun Odyssey 31|
|Sun Legende||Sun Fast 41 / Olympic Sea 42|
|Sun Liberty||Sun Odyssey 34|
|Sun Magic||Sun Odyssey 44 / Atlantic 44|
|Sun Odyssey 24.2||Delphia 24|
|Sun Odyssey 26||Sun Fast 26|
|Sun Odyssey 28.1||Sun Way 29 / Jeanneau 28 (Canada)|
|Sun Odyssey 31||Sun Light / Sun Fast 31|
|Sun Odyssey 319||Delphia 31|
|Sun Odyssey 32.1||Sun Fast 32|
|Sun Odyssey 34||Sun Liberty|
|Sun Odyssey 36||Sun Dance 36|
|Sun Odyssey 36.2||Jeanneau 35 (Canada)|
|Sun Odyssey 39||Sun Charm 39|
|Sun Odyssey 42||Voyage 12.50|
|Sun Odyssey 44||Sun Magic|
|Sun Shine 36||Rush 111 (Scandinavia)|
|Sun Way 27||Fantasia / Rush 77|
|Sun Way 28||Sun Dream / Arcadia / Rush 90|
|Sun Way 29||Sun Odyssey 28.1|
|Voyage 12.50||Sun Odyssey 42|
More documents may be found on the official Jeanneau company website www.jeanneau.com
The French language links may have more detail for some models.
During the nineteen eighties Jeanneau developed the specialist racing division Jeanneau Techniques Avancées (JTA), who were also responsible for the development of the Lagoon range of catamarans. Following the acquisition of Jeanneau by Groupe Beneteau in 1995 production of the Lagoon range was transferred to CNB and a new dedicated division was established.
Brief data information of the catamaran range built by Jeanneau from 1984 until 1995.
Information on the newer models can be found on the Lagoon Website
RIGIFLEX, created by Henri Jeanneau in 1980 is a range of heavy duty roto-molded polyethylene boats that include the Aquapeche, Newmatic, and Cap. Rigiflex became an independent business in 2010. Some overview specifications of the wide range of models are included with the Power boat section.
The entire Jeanneau story started 60 years ago with Henri Jeanneau's passion for speed on the water. From a pedigree from highly successful racing exploits, initially in wooden power boats, the Jeanneau marque has developed a vast range of power craft that continue to be a critical part of the Jeanneau business. The Prestige model has been so successful that a new division within Groupe Beneteau was established in the mid nineties. Jeanneau power craft have ranged from very small boats to super luxury yachts, and have even included a range of river cruisers and some inshore fishing boats. The following table provides an overview of the diversity of the Jeanneau Powerboat stable.
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