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  JEANNEAU PRESTIGE 350 FLY CONDENSED SEA GOING LUXURY

Jeanneau Prestige 350

 

Condensed Sea Going Luxury

 The first 35’ fly bridge motor yacht is equipped with a stern drive engine for guaranteed performance and unequalled maneuverability.

 

 

The Prestige 350 delivers a strong performance, in keeping with the spirit of the brand. The planning hull, with 3 strakes and a pronounced chine, is powered by twin Volvo Stern Drive D3.220

 

 

DP engines of 220 HP each, capable of exceeding 30 knots, the stern drive affords 30 percent more power than a classic shaft drive, as well as significant fuel economy. The propulsion system yields the top performance in boats of this size, and is notable for its compatibility with the optional Volvo joystick, synonymous with ease of handling!

 

 

The 640-litre fuel tank and 320-litre water tank combine to give a total weight displacement of 6500 kg, which allows for carefree cruising.

 

 

 

 

Space and Light

Light abounds onboard the Prestige 350! Natural lighting brightens the large saloon, which opens onto the cockpit across the entire width of the boat, while more filtered light streams into the wheelhouse through tinted windows, which run the length of the cockpit. The owner’s cabin is equally bright, where long windows in the hull allow for a continuous view of the horizon.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Generous, well-balanced living spaces!

Space is maximized on the interior. This is evident in the forward cabin, for example, which features an extra-wide berth, unmatched in this category of motor yachts, and in the second cabin, featuring a double berth that can be transformed into two single berths. The same is true in the generously sized, fully equipped galley, and in the head compartment with separate shower.

 

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