on 10 Jul 2016
The Jeanneau 54 is spacious, easy to handle and the cabins can be configured for family cruising or chartering.
THE JEANNEAU 54 has a determined personality, but with different facets. It reveals itself as a family cruising sailboat with all the necessary features – comfort, easy manoeuvrability, great autonomy. However, its size is a little bigger than a normal family cruiser and its spaces, finishings and furniture – and even price – help it approach the luxury yacht category.
Designed by Philippe Briand, the model was introduced recently at Cannes during Jeanneau’s presentation of its latest creations. The boat tested was equipped with a rollable genoa, an autoturning flying staysail and an electronic system that allows simple manoeuvres to be done with just a few people or a Skipper accompanied by an inexperienced crew.
To read all of this article pick up a copy of the July/Aug issue of Asia-Pacific Boating magazine, or buy it online from www.magzter.com. Also available for download at the App Store and Google play.