Jeanneau Yachts has introduced a new 18-metre sailing yacht, featuring naval architecture from Philippe Briand and a fresh, light interior by Winch Ddesign.
The new yacht marking the fifth collaboration between Jeanneau Yachts, Briand and Winch, coming 28 years after Winch first partnered with Jeanneau to develop the Sun Odyssey and Sun Fast series.
Combining innovative functional comfort and a sophisticated aesthetic, the Jeanneau 60 was developed to offer peaceful, comfortable cruising, whilst offering all the usual amenities. Multiple interior layout combinations allow for owners to have unrivalled levels of customisation, with up to 19 different configurations.
The impressively spacious saloon area benefits from her voluminous interior and the owner’s cabin can be placed forward or aft, perfectly tailored to suit one’s needs.
The teams involved have gone the extra mile to ensure that each and every area makes the most of the space available, from the roomy aft guest cabin to the tender storage facility.
A new set of joinery detailing and a higher specification of hardware has also been developed, one that is more in line with those found on bespoke superyachts.
Light woods, soft furnishings and a harmonious colour palette enhance her modular interior, and the light filled spaces instantly calm you as you step inside.
Winch Design said they were “incredibly proud of this successful collaboration with Jeanneau and Philippe Briand” paying tribute to the success and passion of their long-established relationship.
“It has been a privilege to work again with Jeanneau and Philippe Briand on this latest Jeanneau Yachts 60, bringing to life a new era of sailing yacht design and the lifestyle that comes with it. We look forward to continuing this relationship long into the future,” Ignacio Oliva-Velez, Senior Partner at Winch Design.