2010 Jeanneau 57

£ 263,505
Athens, Greece
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Engine/Fuel Type:
Single / diesel
Located In:
Athens, Greece
Hull Material:
Current Price:
EUR  295,000 Tax Not Paid (£ 263,505) 


Launched in 2010 and still in her original ownership, MESSENGER benefit from a charter-ready 5-cabin, 4-heads layout and an extremely comprehensive Mediterranean specification. Her specification highlights include:-

  • White hull
  • Teak decks
  • Furling mainsail
  • Harken electric winches
  • Cutter rig with furlers for staysail and yankee
  • Asymmetric spinnaker
  • 16kw bow thruster
  • 24vDC domestic system
  • 9.5kw Onan Generator
  • 80lph watermaker
  • Raymarine navigation instruments with plotter/radars
  • Satellite phone
  • 3.0m tender in dedicated tender garage
  • Safety equipment for 10 persons



“Space, space, space: that’s the rationale behind the Jeanneau 57. The hull and interior designers have combined their talents to produce an integrated package that’s at home as a status symbol, a luxury cruising yacht or a corporate statement…


….Jeanneau’s 57 was penned by Philippe Briand with concentration on speedy waterline length and weight amidships… The interior design is the handiwork of Vittorio Garroni, who also penned the cockpit layout, so the clean lines above deck are echoed below… The term ‘cockpit’ is somewhat misleading, because the Jeanneau 57’s huge steering, crewing and lounging zone occupies one-third of the boat’s length and averages two-thirds of its beam, providing a lot of elbowroom.”

Tradeaboat Magazine – June 2013




RCD Status:

  • The boat is CE certified for category A (unlimited ocean voyages).


Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Isophtalic NG gelcoats used to ensure bright and lasting finish. Polyester resins used throughout. Each batch of resin and gelcoat receives laboratory testing before use.
  • Finite element analysis was performed in high-load areas during the engineering process. All aspects of design and construction are certified by the Bureau Veritas.
  • Hull constructed of monolithic GRP hull hand-laid into a 2-part opening mould. Barrier coat used to guard against osmosis.
  • Hull moulded with bow-thruster tunnel.
  • 3rd Generation counter-moulded structure glued and laminated to hull for strength. High-load zones cut-out for access to the hull. Subflooring in saloon area framed with aluminium.
  • Hull ports in acrylic, bonded from exterior
  • Bulkheads are bonded to both the hull and deck using special high-performance polyurethane adhesives
  • Cove stripe indentation moulded into hull along with arrow at bow
  • Bilge areas finished with a gelcoat paint
  • Deck is hand-laid with discontinuous balsa coring. Wood coring used in high-load areas. Proprietary and
  • highly-effective non-skid pattern is moulded into coachroof.
  • Teak laid side decks, cockpit seating and sole.
  • Interior of the deck is finished with a counter-moulded liner that is bonded to the deck before fitted to the hull.


Keel & Rudder:

  • Epoxy encapsulated cast-iron keel
  • Standard draft keel option
  • Spade rudder with a foam core and GRP skin over a composite stock




Engine & gearbox:

  • Volkswagen TDI 140-4 diesel engine
  • 5 cylinders, 2.5 litre engine capacity, turbo-charged 140 HP direct injection with electronic engine management (MDC)
  • Single lever engine throttle/shifter
  • Sound insulation
  • GRP engine bed and liner
  • Driplless shaft gland with water lubrication
  • Stainless steel shaft 40mm with bronze strut
  • Roto moulded exhaust mixer with stainless steel exhaust fitting on hull
  • Extractor fan located in engine room for maximum sound deadening plus ventilation ducting
  • Engine hours - approx 3,036 as of May 2016


Propulsion & Steering:

  • Steering system uses stainless steel cables driven by sprockets in the steering consoles
  • Twin helm pedestals in aluminium painted white each with stainless steel steering wheels 100cm / 39” with a leather wrap, steering compasses, stainless steel handrails
  • Emergency steering.  
  • Max Power 24vDC 16kw bowthruster.
  • Flex-o-fold 4-bladed propeller.




Voltage systems:

  • In order to accommodate a high-level of standard equipment, as well as optional extras, the Jeanneau 57 uses 3 electrical systems: 24V for house systems, 12V for engine systems and shore power and generator systems.


Battery Banks:

  • 12v DC start batteries for engine and generator
  • 4x 12vDC service batteries joined in parallel and series to create 24vDC supply
  • Further batteries for bowthruster operation



  • 25 Amp battery charger for start batteries
  • 60 Amp battery charger for service batteries



  • Onan 9.5kw generator
  • Generator hours: approx 2,032 as of May 2016



  • 1 x 12vDC engine-mounted alternator for start batteries
  • 1x 24vDC secondary alternator for service batteries


Other Electrical:

  • 1.8kw inverter
  • 220vAC shorepower




Fresh Water:

  • High-pressure twin 24vDC pumps with inline filter and accumulator tank
  • 60l hot water heater connected to engine heat exchanger and 220V electrical system
  • Hot & cold water shower at transom
  • Shore water connection in cockpit



  • 80 litre per hour watermaker


Bilge Pumps:

  • Electric bilge pumps.
  • Manual bilge pump.


Other Plumbing:

  • Pressurised deck wash





  • Total capacity of 435 litres
  • Roto moulded tank with pick-up and return fittings located under aft cabin berths
  • Inline fuel/water separator
  • Fuel gauge at electrical panel


Fresh Water:

  • Total capacity of 930 litres
  • 3x Roto moulded tanks with separate fills and vents
  • Tank manifold with selector valves located under saloon floor
  • Tank gauges  located at the electrical panel


Holding Tanks:

  • Holding tanks for all heads with level indicators.




  • Raymarine ST70 instrument system with wind, speed, depth and log and two colour multi-displays at port steering pedestal and one to starboard
  • Raymarine ST70 colour autopilot control head at starboard steering pedestal connected to SPX30 course computer and hydraulic drive
  • Autopilot remote control at chart table
  • Raymarine C120W colour radar chart plotter display at chart table
  • Raymarine C140W colour radar chart plotter display in cockpit
  • Raymarine 18” digital radar antenna
  • Furuno weather fax
  • Steering compasses on helm pedestals


Communications Equipment:

  • Icom VHF with DSC
  • Second Icom VHF with DSC
  • Satellite phone with antenna mounted to transom antenna post





  • Twin stainless steel sinks with hot & cold fresh water supply
  • ENO 4 burner gas stove with oven
  • Microwave oven
  • 3 x refrigerators – 2 in galley (one with side-opening) plus one in cockpit table
  • Microwave oven.



  • Marine heads
  • Shower in each heads
  • Transom shower


Heating & Ventilation:

  • Air conditioning throughout with 56,000BTU and reverse cycle for heating
  • Opening deckhead hatches throughout



  • CD/Radio
  • Stereo speakers in cockpit and main saloon.
  • LCD TV’s in saloon and forward starboard guest cabin




Summary of Accommodation:

  • 5 cabins plus 4 heads layout
  • 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.


Accommodation Finish:

  • Light teak joinery throughout
  • Teak soleboards with holly inlay
  • Cream leather upholstery
  • Cream blinds to side ports
  • White vinyl headlinings


Description of Accommodation from Forward:


Forward Guest / Crew Cabin:

  • V-Berth cabin with access from pass-through head
  • Hanging and storage lockers
  • Storage shelves along the hull sides
  • Drop-down leaf on berth provides more space or larger berth
  • Access to bow thruster and technical areas


Forward Port Heads:

  • Heads with sink and shower.
  • Access to forward guest cabin and crew cabin
  • Cabinet with stainless steel washbasin and solid surface countertop
  • Access to through-hulls and plumbing connections under sink
  • Upper storage locker
  • Deck hatch to provide light and ventilation
  • Shower drain with foot switch
  • Mirror
  • Clothes hook and towel bar
  • Non-slip flooring



Forward Starboard Heads:

  • Large heads ensuite forward of cabin
  • Cabinet with stainless steel washbasin and solid surface countertop
  • Access to through-hulls and plumbing connections under sink
  • Upper storage locker
  • Deck hatch to provide light and ventilation
  • Standing shower separated by a plexiglass door
  • Shower drain with foot switch
  • Marine toilet with manual pump
  • Mirrors
  • Clothes hook
  • Towel bar
  • Non-slip flooring


Forward Port Guest Cabin:

  • Two single upper and lower bunks facing opposite directions transformable into sofa seat
  • Hanging locker doubling as night stand for upper bunk
  • Stowage compartments under lower berth
  • Opening deckhead hatches


Forward Starboard Guest Cabin

  • Double berth
  • Stowage for removable bulkhead between cabins under berth.
  • Large hanging locker
  • Large stowage drawers
  • Opening deckhead hatches


Main Saloon:

  • U-shaped seating to starboard for 6 with view of sea though hull ports
  • Lockers behind seating
  • Further stowage beneath settee seating
  • Large saloon table  with folding leafs and stowage lockers
  • Two additional free-standing dining chairs
  • Further settee seating to port with stowage outboard, above and beneath
  • LCD TV on forward bullhead



  • Large U-shaped galley to port aft of saloon
  • Twin stainless steel sinks
  • Glass splashback divider between galley and saloon
  • Extensive stowage in upper storage cabinets, drawers, cupboards and below-floor bins


Navigation Station:

  • Aft of saloon to starboard
  • Forward facing chart table with large cushioned seat
  • Large wet locker aft of chart seat


Twin Aft Cabins:

  • Symmetrical to port and starboard
  • 2 single berths in each cabin mounted on sliders that can be unlatched and transformed into a large double berth.
  • Hanging lockers in each cabin
  • Night stands between berths with sliding drawer
  • Large opening ports into cockpit
  • Stowage lockers along hull sides


Aft Cabin Ensuite Heads:

  • Symmetrical to port and starboard
  • Cabinet with moulded washbasin and solid surface countertop
  • Access to through-hulls and plumbing connections under sink
  • Upper storage locker
  • Opening coachroof port to provide light and
  • ventilation
  • Shower with drain with foot switch
  • Marine toilet
  • Mirrors
  • Clothes hook
  • Towel bar
  • Non-slip flooring





  • Sparcraft keel-stepped anodised aluminium in-mast furling mast with fractional rig
  • Fulltime cutter rig.
  • Triple spreader design
  • Stainless steel wire standing rigging
  • Facnor manual furlers on both genoa and staysail.
  • German mainsheet system
  • Rigid vang with controls lines led aft to cockpit
  • Spinnaker pole vertically mounted on mast
  • Running rigging for asymmetric spinnaker
  • Split fixed backstay
  • All control lines led aft



  • 2x Harken 70.2 electric self-tailing primary winches
  • 2x Harken 53 self-tailing secondary winches
  • 2x Harken self-tailing control line winches at companionway



  • Dacron furling mainsail
  • Dacron furling genoa
  • Dacron furling staysail
  • Asymmetric spinnaker



  • Stainless pulpit and pushpit.
  • Mid ship gates.
  • Bow stern and mid ship cleats.
  • Tender garage with drop-down transom door
  • Aft antenna tower with davit for outboard motor.


Tender & Outboard:

  • 3.00m tender
  • Yamaha 4hp 4-stroke outboard


Anchoring & Mooring:

  • Lewmar 24vDC reversing anchor windlass controllable from cockpit
  • Chain counter
  • 2x anchors with chain
  • Mooring and spring cleats
  • Fore and aft mooring lines
  • Fenders


Covers, Cushions & Canvas:

  • Sprayhood
  • Bimini




Life saving:

  • 10-man liferaft – serviced annually
  • Safety equipment for 10 person charter work including horseshoe buoys, MOB recovery devices and danbuoys



Lying: Athens - Greece


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Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00

Saturday by prior appointment


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Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Please contact Alex Grabau at +44(0)1590 673715

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