This sleek and luxurious Jeanneau 53 offshore sailing yacht features a master stateroom with split en suite head, two aft cabins, a double bunk berth plus another head. She would make a perfect charter yacht with her expansive guest quarters & additional crew accommodations in the bow. This yacht is outfitted with so many extras that make her a great value offering priced way below the market. She has everything you need to sail off into the sunset...
Hull Survey May 2016
Insurance Survey April 2016
Antifouling Paint & Hull Polishing May 2016
VAT Tax paid & valid through August 2017
“This will be the next Jeanneau sold…she is the best priced sailing yacht on the market!”
CONTACT LISTING BROKER:
SAMANTHA GAULD @ 978-590-2806 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
VESSEL IS LOCATED IN: Stuart, FL
Single crew berth including a head below deck in the bow with entrance from the foredeck. Master Stateroom forward (can be separated into two cabins; see layout drawing notes) with split en suite head. Salon midship with Galley to port. Two aft cabins with head to port. Double bunk berths to starboard opposite the head.
Accommodating 8 people, the salon features a luxurious lounge opposite a wide and comfortable dining area just forward of the spacious well equipped galley. This lounge is large enough to be a perfect mid-ship sea berth and yet cleverly concealed mid seat is a wonderful beverage storage area complete with bottle and hanging glass storage. At anchor this seat flips up to reveal the hidden storage and becomes a perfectly placed serving table. New Air conditioning unit. CD/MP3 stereo system with Bose speakers.
Richly appointed with leather upholstery and beautiful woodwork, all interior wood panels are veneered Alpi Fine Teak with marine ply core. All solid wood trim used throughout. Ceiling panels are covered in light colored vinyl and the headroom is 6'3". Pneumatically assisted hinged central floorboard provides access to storage bins.
Courtesy lighting under steps to forward cabin and galley. LED indirect and overhead lighting. 2 large fixed hull ports with curtains and 3 opening low profile hatches.
Backlit main electric panel with displays for battery and tank levels. Large storage space under electric panel for book, charts, etc.
The expansive Master Stateroom is located forward and is a double berth with a high density foam mattress. Extra wide cabin door for comfortable access. Large hanging locker. Storage cabinets under side deck and along the hull. Reading lights and LED lighting under upper storage cabinets. 3 opening deck hatches and 2 fixed hull ports with curtains. Large storage drawer under berth. Split en suite head with separate shower. Cabinet w/ molded basin and solid surface countertop. Access to thru-hulls and plumbing connections under sink. Shower drain with foot switch. Deck hatch for lighting and ventilation.
This stateroom can be converted into two cabins (see layout drawing notes).
Large L shaped Galley located midship to port. Double stainless steel sinks with fresh hot/cold water and gooseneck faucet. Solid surface countertop. Soft close full extending drawers. Sliding waste bins. Upper storage cabinets. Salt water/fresh water foot pump. (2) 12V refrigerators. New microwave oven. Nespresso coffee maker. Fresh water circuit with filter. (3) fresh water tanks. Eno 3 burner butane stove with oven and grill. The butane is located in a dedicated, molded propane deck locker aft to starboard cockpit. There is bottom ventilation to the side of the hull. The piping is copper hose and flexible propane hose.
There are two double berth aft cabins and a double bunk berth to starboard opposite the head.
On deck you will find as close to a flush deck as possible while retaining the bright interior that sets the Jeanneau Yachts apart from the competition. Where most time is spent aboard sailing the main emphasis is placed on ergonomics within the cockpit. The cockpit on the new 53 is actually larger than even the huge cockpit of the 57! Just aft of the companionway below the cockpit sole is a line storage locker to keep things tidy when at anchor. The transom stairs hinge up for access to or launching the life raft without having to leave the cockpit. Two deep lazarettes and a large cockpit locker provide plenty of storage for safety gear, fenders, etc. Factory option davits have a capacity of 350 kg, enough for a modern full size RIB with steering station and outboard.
The mast is a Z-diffusion spar made of anodized aluminum with 2 sets of rake spreaders. The mast is deck stepped. Standard rigging is 1 x 19 mm stainless steel wire to swaged studs, to open bronze bodied turnbuckles. The running rigging is pre-stretched Dacron. The primary winches are 2 x Harken ST70 two speed electrical self-tailing and 2 x Harken ST46 two speed self-tailing winches on roof (starboard electrical, port manual). The furling gear is Profurl C420 drum and foil on forestay. The vang is spring loaded piston mounted on boom. The sails are full batten mainsail and genoa. There is a full cockpit bimini and dodger on stainless steel frames (1" SS tubing). Sail area is 1420.32 sf.
12 Volt DC System
220 Volt AC System
Yanmar 4JH4-HTE turbo charged four-cylinder diesel engine. Rated 73.6 kW @ 3101 rpm, 80.9 kW @ 3200 rpm. Gearbox is ZF, ratio 2.15. Fresh water cooled through a heat exchanger. Wet exhaust, mixing elbow to plastic water lock through looped reinforced exhaust hosing to a stainless steel skin fitting. Flexible air ducting to aft vents. Single alternator. Stainless steel shaft to a rigid gearbox coupling. Volvo dripless shaft seal. Racor primary filter. Electrical fuel shutoff. Yanmar engine panel with tachometer and visual alarms. Morse cable engine controls. Max Power bow thruster under front crew quarter flooring. 3 blade fixed propeller. Complete engine maintenance May 2016 including oil flush, fuel filters, impeller, serpentine belt, new exhaust elbow.
* Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.