2009 Jeanneau 57
Port Hamble, near Southampton, United Kingdom
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- Singolo / diesel
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- Port Hamble, near Southampton, United Kingdom
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- £ 275,000 Tasse incluse (EUR 311,732)
2009 Jeanneau 57 This elegant offshore cruiser from Jeanneau offers an exceptional interior, sleeping up to ten, wonderful performance at sea and a high specification making her a fantastic all rounder. A great example, viewings encouraged. Offers invited.
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Nome della barca
Chiglia: Chiglia standard
Tipo di carena: Altro
L.F.T. Lunghezza fuori tutto: 57 ft 0 in
Larghezza: 16 ft 5 in
Pescaggio massimo: 9 ft 2 in
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
Tipo propulsione: Linea d'asse
Numero cabine: 5
FRACTIONAL SLOOP RIG WITH ALUMINIUM SPARS
Standard furling mast painted white
Stainless steel standing rigging
Staysail on furler
Harken touch trim In mast furling
Bamar electric furling on genoa
Spinnaker pole stowed on mast
Rigid boom vang
Harken IBS boom
Adjustable headsail cars
All control lines led aft to cockpit
In Mast mainsail - 2010
Furling gennaker - 2012
Furling staysail - 2010
Masthead parasailor spinnaker - 2012
4 x Harken electric 2 speed winches
2 x Harken manual 2 speed winches
Touch trim on mainsail
Repeat Hydraulic boom controls at Nav Station
SLEEPS TEN IN FIVE CABINS
5 Cabins / 4 Heads Version
2 transformable cabins forward and two aft cabins. Additional skippers cabin forward
Bespoke fully-fitted sheet, duvet, pillow and towel set in all cabins
Upholstery "Ambiance Jaguar"
FORWARD GUEST/CREW CABIN
V-berth cabin with access from pass-through head.
Pleated shade and insect screen for hatch.
Hanging and storage lockers.
2 TRANSFORMABLE CABINS FORWARD
A truly unique feature of the Jeanneau 57 is the forward area.
A removable bulkhead, an expandable berth and a transformable bunk-bed provide this space with
maximum flexibility. This area of the yacht can be transformed within minutes into three different
configurations depending on the needs of the moment.
Electronic toilets "Quiet Flush" in owner's washroom.
Removable carpet set in the cabin.
DVD/CD/MP3 player, speakers and LCD TV 20".
Comfortable seating arrangement to starboard for 6 with view of se through hull ports.
Locker storage below and behind seating.
Large table with two removable, aluminium legs and central bottle storage.
Relaxed sofa seat to port with view of sea through hull ports.
Fold out bar cabinet with leatherette-lined table integrated into sofa with bottle glass storage.
Locker storage below and behind seating.
Large, U shaped galley to port of entryway with solid surface countertop.
Double stainless steel sinks with covers.
Chrome mixer tap with pray nozzle.
Glass divider between galley and saloon.
Soft-close, fully-extending drawers with slider and dampers.
Gas cooker with 3 burners and oven, swivels, lockable, sliding cover allows more countertop when the cooker is not in use.
Exhaust fan above cooker with light, vented over stern.
Refrigeration compartment with top access and side access via a stainless steel door, 24V compressor, air cooled.
Upper storage cabinets.
Large cushioned navigation seat with storage compartment underneath.
Chart table with sliding worktop designed for laptop computer storage.
LED chart reading light with red night-time vision mode.
Large storage space under electrical panel with pneumatically-assisted opening for books and other
Extended Nav seat/night berth
Large wet locker with hanging bar, laminate bottom and drain located behind chart table area.
TWIN AFT GUEST CABINS (Symmetrical to port and starboard).
2 SINGLE BERTHS (200 cm x 84 cm / 6’7” x 2’9”) mounted.
on sliders that can be unlatched and transformed into a large
double berth (200 cm x 165 cm / 6’7” x 5’5”).
Hanging lockers with interior courtesy lighting.
Storage cabinets with shelves.
Night stand between berths with sliding drawer.
Led reading lights.
Fixed hull port with pleated shade.
Large opening port into cockpit for ventilation and evacuation with pleated shade.
Headroom : 1,96 m - 2,01 m / 6’5” - 6’7”.
GPS Raymarine C120W at the chart table
GPS Raymarine C140W in the cockpit
Additional Raymarine ST70+ Autopilot control at Nav Station
3 ST-70 displays and autopilot with X-30 core unit
Raymarine 240E dual station DSC VHF radio
4kw Digital radome interfaced to C-series plotters
Raymarine AIS system class B
Raymarine MOB system
Raymarine Handheld VHF
Raymarine Remote control
INav connect WiFi
Remote control windlass 24V 2000W
Second windlass control at the helm with chain counter
Electronic washdown pump in the anchor locker
Chain and warp
Manual backup handle
2 x life rafts (date unknown)
2 x EIRBS (date unknown)
12 x lifejackets and lifelines
Offshore flare pack (date unknown)
DVD/CD/MP3 player and BOSE 2.1 speaker system in the saloon
Fusion audio system/bose
Washing machine with combined dryer
Passerelle (rectangular hydraulic gangway)
Simpson electric davits
Suzumar tender with cover
Suzuki 4HP 4-stroke outboard
5 x 20L fuel jerry cans
Sunbrella Taupe fabric
Protective cover for teak cockpit table
Cockpit cushions with backrests and aft sun mattress
Protective cover for windows/covers for helm station and winches in Taupe
4 x mooring warps with springs
4 x mooring warps
Additional fortress main anchor and chain
Kedge anchor and chain
Plate, bowl, cutlery and glass set
VW MARINE TDI 140-5 DIESEL ENGINE (140HP)
Shaft drive to Maxprop feathering propeller with rope cutter
Engine hrs. approx 900
Maxpower bowthruster 16hp in tunnel
Cummins Onan genset 220V 9,5Kw
1 x Engine start battery
1 x Generator start battery
1 x Inverter 1800W
24V compressor for freezer compartment
24V refrigeration in the cockpit table
Interior heating 11,000W
Batteries charged by engine alternator and 240v battery charger
Batteries also charged by Generator and windgen D400
Additional house batteries 24V 240A/H
Shore power connection and cable
1 x Fuel tank approx 435L
1 x water tank approx 930L
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Water maker 12/24/220v Duo D100 Dessalator.
Water heated by calorifier 240v and engine
Hot and cold cockpit shower
JEANNEAU 57 - built by Jeanneau, France in late 2009
Beautiful family sailing yacht built and maintained to a high standard
Designed by Phillippe Briand in conjunction with Vittorio Garroni and built by Jeanneau Yachts, France
Commissioned beginning of 2010 for her first and only British owner
White GRP hull and superstructure
Teak laid to cockpit, cockpit seats and deck
Deep iron keel
Twin leather covered steering wheels
Electric opening transom
LOA: 17.78m (58'4")
LWL: 17.28m (56'8")
BEAM: 5m (16'4")
DRAFT: 2.5m (8'2")
All figures approximate