Something new

Jeanneau powerboat lines are expanding in 2023, offering a variety of new boats for new experiences.

14 September 2022


Jeanneau owes the success of its powerboat lines to staying abreast of the latest trends in international markets. The current trend reveals a growing demand for powerboats, particularly models over 10 metres.

It’s in this context that Jeanneau continues to develop and launch flagship models to establish its position as a reference in this market segment.

Since its presentation in March of 2022, the DB/43, with its ingenious open design and polished finish, has made a highly successful entry into the world of premium day boats.

To the delight those who love the sea, two new flagships will soon join the Merry Fisher and Cap Camarat lines, which will be presented at upcoming 2022 boat shows.

A newcomer in the world of premium day boats, Jeanneau has succeeded once again with the clever innovations and unmatched features of the DB/43.


The accent is placed not only on its clean aesthetic design, but also its open, airy deck plan unequalled comfort provided by its interior layout, fit and finish.

Each detail has been carefully considered to create elegant, generous living spaces for sharing and entertaining.

More than a day boat, the DB/43 features an exclusive style and surprising versatility for those who love relaxing, swimming, celebrations with friends, shared moments with family or more intimate cruises.

Two historic lines of Jeanneau powerboats will also welcome a new flagship each: the Merry Fisher 1295 Fly and the Cap Camarat 10.5 CC.

The arrival of the two powerful models, with their immediately perceptible quality, will contribute to Jeanneau’s appeal and success on American markets, while also invigorating the European market.

The Merry Fisher 1295 Fly is a motor yacht whose quality is evident in even the smallest details.

Magnificent on the interior and exterior, with new signature windows in the hull, this model is perfectly designed for unforgettable family cruising experiences, representing the ingenuity of Jeanneau. This new model features unprecedented living spaces on board.

The generous aft cockpit opens onto the sea: a spacious, electrically controlled starboard terrace can be deployed, providing easy access to the sea while a large, portside door facilitates access on board.

Forward, the cockpit design is unique, with three sun loungers directly integrated into the deck plan.

The flybridge enables those onboard to enjoy an additional space for relaxation, with its U-shaped saloon, boasting a refrigerator and an optional galley, a generous sundeck and a fully equipped helm station.

Faithful to its design principals, flow of movement between living spaces is optimal. The galley is entirely open to the aft cockpit, which favours easy movement and communication between living areas.

The large starboard-side door, aligned with the pilot’s seat, provides easy access to the recessed sidedeck and forward cockpit. A panoramic view from the saloon gives this model a very bright interior, enhanced by contemporary materials and fine finishes.

Finally, three cabins offer an incomparable level of comfort for the wellbeing of all onboard.

The forward owner’s cabin is equipped with a private head with a separate shower compartment, while two guest cabins also feature head compartments with separate showers, all with copious amounts of storage.

Powered by triple outboard engines, three 300 hp, the hull of the Merry Fisher 1295 Fly has been developed specifically for safe cruising. The boat planes early, even at moderate speeds, to ensure fuel efficiency and maximum comfort.

This new model also benefits from the very latest technology for optimal comfort, worthy of a motor yacht. The interior helm station is equipped with a dual GPS screen.

Triple outboard Yamaha engines are paired with the latest joystick and autopilot technologies. The Merry Fisher 1295 Fly can also be equipped with a generator, air conditioning, a gyroscopic Seakeeper stabiliser or a hydraulic gangway.

The Cap Camarat 10.5 CC has been designed to adapt to a variety of activities, including water sports, fishing and sunbathing.

In addition to a versatile deck layout and excellent cruising performance, this is the only 34-foot Centre Console offering four comfortable berths.

With a faithful clientele of Cap Camarat owners and increasing demand for larger models, this yacht will satisfy existing customers while developing its international market.

This model adopts the hull of the Cap Camarat 10.5 WA Serie2, designed by Michael Peters, and benefits from the same high technology infujection construction technique.

Its timeless, extended, sporty lines are by Sarrazin Design. With its powerful twin 300 hp or twin 425 hp engines and joystick control, cruising is fast and ease with full peace of mind.

The deck plan has been designed for versatile use, whether for fishing or for moments of pure relaxation. The aft bench seats also fold away, offering optimal space for all marine activities.

Forward of the console, a large sofa provides seating for two and can be opened for a well-ventilated interior.

The flush deck enables easy flow of movement around the console without obstacles. For those who love swimming, a portside door also provides direct access to the water with an integrated swim ladder.

While cruising, with seating for three at the helm, the driver benefits from an ideal central position.

The new Cap Camarat 10.5 CC is unique on the market: this is the only 34-foot Centre Console to offer four comfortable berths.

The forward saloon transforms into a berth, the head compartment is equipped with a separate shower and the aft cabin features a comfortable double berth.

At anchor, the standard T-top shelters crew members from the sun. This equipment can also be complemented with optional sunshades.

Those who enjoy sunbathing will delight in the large transformable forward and aft sundecks.

For successful fishing trips, the leaning post offers all the desired equipment for sharing an enjoyable moment together: an exterior galley with a refrigerator, grill and livewell to keep the catch fresh.



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