February 4, 2010

Project: Jeaneau NC11

Through bold innovation in design, Jeanneau is now able to offer an all new, contemporary design concept, featuring panoramic views, and integration of living spaces. Each style element contribute to overall comfort onboard and seaworthy qualities. The designers of this new eleven metre Sport Cruiser concept have tapped into Jeanneau’s wealth of experience designing boats to create a new way to enjoy the sun and sea. The overall design signals a renewal in the Jeanneau product range. The clever NC 11 concept is product of the Garroni design cabinet, long time collaborator of the French builder in it's Prestige and Leader range. Like an apartment with a view of the sea, this NC 11 concept for liveable boating affords incredible comfort especially in the saloon with it's lateral galley that merges into the spacious cockpit, all featuring an uninterrupted view of the horizon. Brighter, greater visibility, the NC 11 also boasts panoramic views through an opening glass roof, a wide sliding glass door in four independent panels, and a sliding side door. Fine quality furnishings frame the panoramic views and enhance the overall effect, redefining one’s perspective of life on the water. The key is to benefit fully from the sun and sea, at any hour of the day. The NC 11 also features unbelievable space, with sleeping accommodation for four below, and two in the convertible C-shaped saloon. Numerous well placed storage lockers correspond to precise uses onboard, and are located aft beneath the modular bench seating, in the large cockpit, under the floor, and to the sides. The Jeanneau NC11 will have standard power from twin D3 200hp Volvo engines, which look small to power an over ten metre, and five ton plus Sport Cruiser to the estimated 30 knots plus speeds.