This elegant offshore cruiser offers an exceptional interior and deck plan designed by Vittorio Garroni with ease of handling and effortless function in mind.
Rich materials and clever details are found throughout the 58’s contemporary interior. Renowned naval architect Philippe Briand and Italian styling house Vittorio Garroni have developed an innovative and unique yacht with beautiful form and effortless function.
The spacious interior is bathed in light provided by the numerous hatches, windows in the deck, plus large ports in the hull. The choice of layouts and exclusive options will satisfy the varied needs of each and every discerning owner.
There are a multitude of cabin layout options so you can design your yacht specifically for your family. There is the option for a full beam aft owner’s stateroom with en-suite that takes comfort to another level. The bow cabin configuration is also flexible, have a double berth or two transformable cabins, whatever your trip requires!
With the option of a generator and watermaker, the features you can have on board are endless, including a dishwasher, aircon, electric toilets and more.
As with all Jeanneau Yachts, the 58 has an impressively spacious cockpit. Areas to soak up the sun are extensive, and the large table with integrated fridge is perfect for alfresco dining at anchor. Twin helms offer space and easy access to the retractable stern platform. Once lowered, there is a generous tender locker which allows for easy dinghy or paddleboard launching and retrieval.
Further innovations include a hydraulic gangway for secure access to the dock and sprayhood/bimini options for sailing in all weather!
An additional challenge for the designers was to create this sizeable yacht without the need for a skipper and crew. Because of this, the Jeanneau 58 offers a choice of rigs with electrically assisted sail handling. You can select an impressive sail wardrobe including a code 0 and the choice of slab or furling mainsail.
Price includes all NZ taxes, shipping, commissioning in NZ and is subject to currency fluctuation.