2015 Jeanneau 53 in new condition an lightly used. Great oportunity to buy a now tried and tested essentially new boat.
The Jeanneau 53 is from the creations of Philippe Briand and Garroni Design, the Jeanneau 53 as an easy to use sailboat with great comfort on board, the level of finish is light and air, the perfect ergonomics were carefully designed to make every moment aboard special.
The cockpit It is a space to relax, play and enjoy every moment on the water. The size and comfort of the cockpit is truly unique. All seating, steps and swim platform are covered with teak offering the luxurious feel.
There is a large cockpit table with two drop down sides, storage compartment, cup holders, bottle holders and ample seating for 6 to enjoy alfresco dinning under the bimini.
This Jeanneau is now laying in Marmaris, Turkey and all ready to go. Great cruising yacht and Med specified.
Adrian Nicolle has been a Professional Yacht Broker for many years, Adrian Nicolle founded Nicolle Associates in 2001. His background is from a customer focused and service led industry and has a broad range of management skills having grown companies from start up to London stock exchange listed businesses with over 200 employees. An experienced sailor (200gt Commercially endorsed Master of Yachts) having extensively raced sailing yachts internationally and cruised motor yachts in many areas including the canal system through the length of France, he has served on the executive board of the Royal Southern Yacht Club as Chairman of Sailing and at Cowes Week as Chief Race Officer. While handling most types of yacht sales, Adrian specializes in large sail and motor yachts; he has the marketing and conveyance knowledge, experience, expertise and integrity to represent your needs before, during and long after your purchase.
Contact Adrian Nicolle by email using the link below, or at DDI +44 (0)23 8115 7013, M +44 (0)77 6883 4664 for more details.
Please contact Adrian Nicolle at +44 (0)23 8115 7013
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 15 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 6 in
Displacement: 14935 kgs
Large master cabin forward with en suite facilities and separate shower. Hanging lockers and storage lockers. Vanity unit and mirror.
2 double aft cabins with hanging lockers, storgage shelf and storage lockers
Extra cabin on starboard side with 2 bunks. Hanging locker and storage under lower bunk.
Additional captain cabin with own heads and sink in the forward part of the boat with access via oening hatch and ladder.
All guest cabins have opening ports and reading lights
Large light and airy saloon with large dinning table and seating for 6 to 8
Lounge area with setee
Large L shaped galley on portside, 2 stainless steel sinks
3 burner cooker, oven and grill
Fridge and freezer, 200 l / 53 US Gal refrigeration compartment with top access and side access via a stainless steel door, 24V compressor, air cooled
100 l / 27 US Gal icebox compartment
Soft closing drawers and upper storage compartments
Raymarine Autopilot ST70 SPX30
Raymarine 49E VHF
Raymarine chartplotter x 2 E125W
RAYMARINE i70 tri data, speed, wind, depth
Garmin 50s fish finder
Mastervolt 3200w combi
Extra service battery
Air condition 220v
Fusion DVD/CD/MP3 Player
2 Bose® surround sound speakers in the saloon
1 Bose® base unit
2 waterproof exterior speakers located in the
TV in the saloon
LED Nav lights
Boat entry camera
Yanmar 100 hp on shaft drive
Bow thruster 11.5 HP
220v 6kw Generator
Electric windlass with remote control
Cushions for forward sun bathing area
Bimini and cockpit shades
6 fenders and dock lines
Anchorage equipment is a 32kg Delta and 100m of 12mm chain
Nicolle Associates 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.
This vessel is VAT Not Paid.
As always photographs do not do justice so a viewing is highly recommended.