The internal design is both innovative and practical. Every inch of space has been put to good use and visibility is outstanding. The view from the helm is such that little can take you by surprise and when at anchor you can watch the world go by. The main saloon is entered from the cockpit via a triple sliding door system. This enhances the open space feeling but offers practicality. On breezy or less warm days you can open one panel which will prevent sitting in a direct draught whilst still allowing ventilation. On very hot days the sliding roof hatch is a must allowing further ventilation particularly when motoring. Both side windows have sliding openings and the foredeck hatch allows extra light and ventilation when using the forward berth.
On entering the saloon there is a seating area to port with central table. This will sit 4 persons in comfort and also makes up into a double berth. The forward seat cleverly becomes a forward facing co-pilot seat by replacing the back rest to a different position.
Opposite the seating area and aft of the helm seat is the functional galley with its fixed single burner gas hob and stainless steel sink with pressurised fresh water. Fresh water is stored in a 200 litre capacity tank.
Forward of the sliding helm seat with bolster is the forward cabin with double berth and opening roof hatch. There is also a large heads compartment with marine toilet and sink unit with pressurised water. Holding tank with diverter valve and deck pump out.
Modified deep V hull gives a dry comfortable ride and assists in getting up on the plane quickly. Deep self bailing cockpit with the added bonus of modular seating. These come with removable seat and back rest cushions for comfort. The modular seating can be fully removed if a day out angling is desired. Large single leg dining table for those alfresco moments with the family. This can be lowered to make a large sun pad. Engine housed in a well at the rear of the transom with two teak topped platforms either side for ease of boarding from a dinghy or after a swim. Foldaway stainless steel ladder with heavy duty treads on starboard side. Engine can tilt fully so that leg is completely clear of the water. Even with the engine tilted there is plenty of room in the cockpit.
Going forward is easy and the walkway on the starboard side is slightly wider than that to port. Handily placed stainless steel grab rails mounted on the roof and the stainless steel bow rails add to the sense of security. Huge anchor well in bow with the added bonus of an electric windlass. This can be operated from the helm.
Excellent visibility and natural light thanks to the triple sliding doors to the cabin, the panoramic side windows, one piece windscreen and the large sliding hatch in the roof.
|Manufacturer:||Jeanneau Merry Fisher 755|
|Engine manufacturer:yahaha f150el|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Waterline length||22 feet|
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