Jeanneau 57 for Sale in New England
About the Jeanneau 57
The Technology of Beauty – The strength of Jeanneau 57 can be seen in the beauty of our boats. World-renowned designers and architects work with our in-house teams from the inception of each project and provide their expertise and innovative ideas. The result of this partnership: captivating and inspiring designs that stand the test of time.
Performance – A Jeanneau 57 is responsive, agile and fast. Performance encompasses not only speed but exceptional handling under power, smooth passage through heavy seas, confidence and control. Every experience onboard a Jeanneau is enhanced by our well-balanced sail plans, modern hulls, high-end sails and quality deck hardware.
Research & Development – A specialized Research & Design facility at Jeanneau houses 130 engineering specialists. This facility is unique in the boat-building sector, providing R&D resources usually available only to large aeronautical and automobile companies.
Welcome onboard the new Jeanneau 57
This elegant offshoreJeanneau 57 cruiser offers an exceptional interior and deck plan designed by Vittorio Garroni with ease of handling in mind. Every detail has been conceived to offer the highest quality cruising experience.
Welcome to a new style of contemporary interior that reflects a long nautical heritage. Rich materials are found throughout including leather, blond teak flooring and stainless steel. Sleek windows and skylights bathe the interior in light.
Jeanneau 57 Price: Contact us to discuss customizing your Jeanneau 57
|LOA||17.78 m / 58′|
|LWL||17.28 m / 57′|
|Beam||5 m / 16′|
|Draft||2.5 m / 8′|
|Disp.||20600 kg / 45320 lbs|
|Water||1000 L / 264 US GAL|
|Fuel||420 L / 111 US GAL|
|Sail Area||146 m² / 1572 sq ft|
|Power||Volkwagen Marine TDI 140-5|
Jeanneau 57 Review
Jeanneau 57 Review
By Talk of the Dock
The Jeanneau Yachts 57 is one big, beautiful boat. I had the pleasure of stepping aboard the Jeanneau 57 at the Oakland boat show this year and I can say there’s a lot to like about this boat that picks up where the very popular Jeanneau 54 deck saloon version left off.
The Jeanneau 57 looks sleek and slippery but it definitely gives off a tough vibe too. Unlike many Jeanneaus that featured wood below the cabin sole, the 57 has a fiberglass structural grid tabbed to the hull and a reinforcing aluminum grid below the salon sole for additional strength and stiffness. A full length liner is then placed in the hull and is topped by a balsa cored deck. Below the waterline is a cast iron keel with a bulb that is available with a draft of 8’ 2” or a shoal version of 6’ 10”. She displaces 60,000 pounds and sports a beam over 16 feet so nothing about this boat is small.