Specifications

 

 

Specifications data


Production models

 

The following data has been compiled as accurately as possible from numerous sources, but is not verified as error free. Corrections and additional data are most welcome.

 

Only Jeanneau series production models are detailed, specials such as racing trimarans or racing power boats have been excluded.

 

Only models produced under the Jeanneau marque are included, for example only the Lagoon catamarans designed prior to the creation of the separate division in 1996 are included. Similarly Prestige models are not detailed beyond 2004.

 

Scroll down the page for information on the complexity of Jeanneau model names and further information.

 

The following abbreviations are used within the tables.

 

AbbreviationMeaning
Red Text within tablesEstimated data
GTEDeep draft
PTEShallow draft
l/kLift or Swing keel
HBOutboard engine
IBInboard engine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Jeanneau specification overview tables are grouped into "Sail" and "Power" to allow all data on all Jeanneau production boats to be viewed in order sorted by:

 

Sail models

Model name, year of first production or overall hull length: Click links to download/open pdf files.

 

Sailboat overview specifications sorted by model name

 

Sailboat overview specifications sorted by hull length

 

Sailboat overview specifications sorted by first year of production

 

 

Featured Classic Sailing Models

 

Alizé

 

Gin Fizz

 

Storm

 

Sun Liberty 34

 

Additional resources

 

Related Models - Sail

 

Owner Manual Downloads - Sail

 

Power models

Model name, year of first production or overall hull length: Click links to download/open pdf files.

 

Powerboat overview specifications sorted by model name

 

Powerboat overview specifications sorted by hull length

 

Powerboat overview specifications sorted by first year of production

 

Note: There may have been a larger range of Corail's than listed. Specifications not available for models including: Corail 250, Corail 270, Corail 290, Corail 300, Corail 320 & Corail 350.

 

Similarly some of the Clear Liner range of French sportboats may also have marketed by Jeanneau at some stage.

 

The Balt sportsboats including the Balt 400, produced in Poland may have been marketed by Jeanneau for a period.

 

Jeanneau Canada produced some Dorals, some of which may have been imported into Europe for a time. These may include: Doral 170, Doral 185, Doral 200, Doral 216, Doral 230, Doral 250, Doral 270, Doral 300SC and Doral 300SE.

 

Alternative Model Names

 

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 1995 - 2006 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 in the list below for clarity.

 

Some of the powerboat models have similarly had occasional alter ego's. During the 1960's many models were for a short period branded as "Meteors" for example; the Loup de Mer was rebranded as the Meteor C360. More recently in North America the Merry Fisher range has been badged as a part of the NC range and some Cap Camarat's as part of an extended Leader brand.

France and EUUSA and Canada
Cap Camarat 6.5 WALeader 6.5
Cap Camarat 7.5 WALeader 7.5
Cap Camarat 9.0 WALeader 9.0
Cap Camarat 10.5 WALeader 10.5
Merry Fisher 695 NC 695
Merry Fisher 795 NC 795
Merry Fisher 895 NC 895
Merry Fisher Marlin 695 NC Sport 695
Merry Fisher Marlin 795 NC Sport 795
Merry Fisher Marlin 895 NC Sport 895

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The following table details the known related models or those with alternative names. Some will be identical, but others may simply reuse some aspect of the design.

 

ModelRelated Model
AquilaRush 84 (Scandinavia)
ArcachonnaisMeteor 522
ArcadiaSun Dream / Sun Way 28 / Rush 90 (Scandinavia)
AttaliaRush 97 (Scandinavia)
Bahamas 33 Merry Fisher 930
Brin de FolieFolie Douce
CalanquePolyester and Mahogany variants
Cap Breton Meteor 460
Cap Camarat 575 Skanes 575
Capri 22 Skanes 650
Corail 155 jet Doral Splash
Deriveur 430 Declic - Phileas Boats
Espace 1100 Sun Kiss (hull only)
FantasiaSun Way 27 / Rush 77 (Scandinavia)
Flamenco Skanes 510
Folie DouceBrin de Folie
Gin FizzGib'Sea 37 ketch or sloop
International 50 Sun Odyssey 51
Leader 850 Skanes 750
Loup de Mer Meteor C 360
Jeanneau 28 (Canada)Sun Odyssey 28.1 / Sun Way 29
Jeanneau 35 (Canada)Sun Odyssey 36.2
Love Junior Love Love
Love LoveLove Junior
Merry Fisher 930Bahamas 33
Meteor 460 Cap Breton
Meteor 522Arcachonnais
Meteor C 360Loup de Mer
Meteor V 360 Récif
PokerGib'Sea Flush Poker
Prestige 41 Yarding Yacht 42
Récif Meteor V 360
RushCal 9.2
Rush 77Fantasia
Rush 84Aquila
Rush 90Arcadia / Sun Dream 28 / Sun Way 28
Rush 97Attalia
Rush 111Sun Shine 36
Skanes 510 Flamenco
Skanes 575 Cap Camarat 575
Skanes 650 Capri 22
Skanes 750 Leader 850
Sun 24Majestic 24 Weekend
Sun 63 Sun Odyssey 63
Sun Charm 39Sun Odyssey 39
Sun Dance 36Sun Odyssey 36
Sun DreamSun Way 28 / Arcadia
Sun Fast 17Balt Family 17
Sun Fast 32Sun Odyssey 32.1
Sun Fast 39Sun Charm 39
Sun Fast 41Sun Legende
Sun FizzO'Day 39 & 40
Sun KissEspace 1100 (deck saloon version)
Sun LightSun Fast 31 / Sun Odyssey 31
Sun LegendeSun Fast 41 / Olympic Sea 42
Sun LibertySun Odyssey 34
Sun MagicSun Odyssey 44 / Atlantic 44
Sun Odyssey 24.2Delphia 24
Sun Odyssey 28.1Sun Way 29 / Jeanneau 28 (Canada)
Sun Odyssey 31Sun Light / Sun Fast 31
Sun Odyssey 319Delphia 31
Sun Odyssey 32.1Sun Fast 32
Sun Odyssey 34Sun Liberty
Sun Odyssey 36Sun Dance 36
Sun Odyssey 36.2Jeanneau 35 (Canada)
Sun Odyssey 39Sun Charm 39
Sun Odyssey 42Voyage 12.50
Sun Odyssey 44Sun Magic
Sun Odyssey 51 International 50
Sun Shine 36Rush 111 (Scandinavia)
Sun Way 27Fantasia / Rush 77
Sun Way 28Sun Dream / Arcadia / Rush 90
Sun Way 29Sun Odyssey 28.1
Varech Canot Breton
Voyage 12.50Sun Odyssey 42
Yarding Yacht 42 Prestige 41

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

More documents may be found on the official Jeanneau company website www.jeanneau.com

 

NOTE The French language link below often provides more detail, including some downloads in English

 

Direct link for all discontinued models (English)

 

Direct link for all discontinued models (French) Best Resource

 

Bateau Ouest Atlantis also has useful data

 

Sail - multihulls

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. More detailed information is at: History - JTA-Lagoon Catamarans

 

Information on the newer models can be found on the Lagoon Website

 

Rotary Moulded dinghies

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.


Power craft


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 was 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.

 

A more detailed history can be viewed at: Jeanneau Diamond Anniversary - Sixty Years 1957 - 2017

 

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