The newcomer in the leisure segment of the French shipyard Jeanneau is a truly unique boat among those on display at Milano Yachting Weekk. The Jeanneau Yachts 60 is a 60 footer with an inverted bow and a large maximum beam, and plenty of space in the stern garage to stow a tender up to 3 meters. And the interiors? The watchword is customization, we explain why this boat is in fact a semi-custom.

Presented only a few months ago, this yacht created by the pencil of veteran Philippe Briand, with interiors by Andrew Winch, is placed with force in the premium range of yachts produced by the French shipyard, with unique features.

Why the interiors of the Jeanneau Yachts 60 are unique

With its approximately 19 meters and a maximum beam of over 5 meters, the Jeanneau Yachts 60 lends itself to a very comfortable interpretation of spaces, well lit by natural light. The possibility offered at the time of purchase allows the owner to choose between 19 different layouts, dividing the interior into 3, 4, 5 or even 6 cabins! The most curious peculiarity of this boat is the owner’s cabin in the bow, which in 5 minutes can be transformed into a double cabin. How? The central bulkhead recedes into a dedicated storage space, without the need for tools or hardware, to transform the layout of the boat.

Discover all the features of the Jeanneau Yachts 60

The Jeanneau Yachts 60 is on display in the stand of the broker  43° Parallelo, the reality based in Marina di Scarlino that is among the official dealers of the French shipyard, offering complete assistance in the choice and purchase of the new boat, and after-sales support at 360°.

You just have to deepen with a dealer manager or book a visit through an email or whatsapp, in the stand you will find the buttons to activate the contact with a click.


Federico Rossi
Author:Federico Rossi