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LOA ……….54 ft …………..… 16.45 meters
LWL ……….46.75 ft ……..… 14.25 meters
BEAM …….16.08 ft ……….. 4.9 meters
DISPLACEMENT …..37,840 lbs ………. 17,165 kilo
BALLAST ……………. 10,980 lbs ………. 4,980 kilo
BRIDGE CLEARANCE … 73.42 ft …….. 22.35 meters
TANKAGE: Fuel ……140 gal …….. 530 liters in (2) tanks
Water …192gal …….. 724liters in (2) tanks
Holdoing ..100 gal……… 378.5 liters
Engine ……… Yanmar 110HP ( 683 hrs)
Generator … Onan 7.5KW ( 630 hrs)
Solar Panels sewn into Bimini
Category “A” unlimited ocean CE rating
ISO 9001 certified Build and quality control
ISO 14001 Certified environmental control
JEANNEAU INDIVIDUAL PACK INCLUDED – PC iVORY
The Jeanneau 54 features a custom Andrew Winch interior design with particular attention to sight lines, ergonomics of space, and "flow" of the interior. This yacht is the Owner Version 3C/3H layout with the master suite forward featuring a center queen berth with walkways on both sides of the berth and sight lines from the head of the berth out the oversized rectangular hull ports. Aft to port is a VIP Cabin with queen berth, loads of headroom and walkway outboard of the berth. There is a luxurious en-suite head with separate shower in the VIP Cabin as well. Aft to starboard is a 3rd cabin with twin berths and a center filler cushion to convert to a double. A 3rd head is aboard as well for use as a day head or for the twin berth cabin.
MASTER STATEROOM (Forward)
Queen berth with high density foam mattress
Large double hanging locker w/ 4 storage drawers
Seat to either side of berth
2 large storage drawers under berth
LED reading lamps to either side of berth
2 night stands
2 large and 1 small opening hatches w/ shades and screens
2 fixed hull ports w/shades
En-suite head and shower- electric toilet (fresh or sea water)
2 GUEST STATEROOMS (Aft)
Port aft cabin:
En-suite head and shower – electric toilet (fresh or sea water)
2 opening ports
Starbd Aft Cabin:
Fixed hull port
2 opening ports
En-suite head and shower
Heads- Each cabin has its own head and shower (3) and Electric fresh water flush head (heads convertible to salt water flush)
Modern decorative porcelain sinks
Sitting bench in Owner’s shower and VIP shower
Ample overhead storage, hanging closets, under bed storage under floor storage
Floor/button-controlled sump pumps
Custom bedding covers – handmade Bahama Handprint fabrics
Mattress battens in owner’s cabin
Removable carpet owner’s cabin
Fitted mattress covers- custom made
Matched and fitted sheets and comforters (multiple sets)
Multiple sets of new pillows and pillow cases
Multiple sets of towels
Decorative pillow cushions
Ample clothes hanging closets in each cabin
Accent lights, and reading lights port and starboard of head board, owner’s cabin
Reading light in VIP cabin
Accent inset and mood lighting throughout
USB plugs in cabins (includes cockpit area)
Six (6) cabin, controllable speed fans
Carbon monoxide detectors
Captain’s Cabin (forward, separate access from topside)
Parts and supplies bins (built in)
Two built in (inset) led lights
12V plug; 110 V plug
A/C and Heating vents (vents controllable)
Extra-large sea strainer in main salon area
Plumed for sink; head can be installed.
Large ample storage capacity; doubles as sail locker plus
Step down ladder
Built in hand hold on deck
This vessel has wide side decks and can be accessed through opening lifeline gates Port and Starbd. She can also be accessed from astern with the fold down “Terrace” swim platform deployed.
The cockpit is spacious with her twin steering wheels opening up the entire cockpit for an easy walk through to the companionway
Upon entering the Salon her interior space seems quite large and is bathed by several overhead hatches and large fixed ports to Port and Starbd. The day head is immediately to Starbd of the companionway and also serves the aft double cabin. Her Nav station is to Starbd with a second VIP guest cabin to Port, with en-suite private head and shower.
Forward of the Nav station on the Starbd side is the large dinette with hydraulic lowering table, and seating facing both sides of the table
The popular linear Galley on this model is along the Port side of the salon. The Dinette is separated from the Galley by a fixed semi partition. A Flat Screen TV retracts into the partition when h=not in use.
This arrangement gives the boat a much larger feel than similar boats with other Salon arrangements.
The Master stateroom is forward of the Salon and contains a centerline Queen berth and private en-suite head and shower.
An additional cabin is accessed from the forward deck and can be an additional guest cabin or crew quarters.
The Jeanneau 54 Salon and Galley area are simply stunning! Featuring a linear galley with loads of storage space and a raised Salon/ Settee with tons of seating and lounging space.
Salon is bright and airy with large side windows and several overhead opening hatches. A large Dinette to Starbd seats 8-10 people with a hi/low table that converts to additional sleeping accommodations. View through hull side ports
A TV retracts into a center storage divider when not in use.
Folding “deluxe” table on telescopic leg (raises and lowers electrically)
Adjoining cocktail table (raises and lowers electrically).
Drop down companionway hatch – Vertical hatch slides down when opened
SS handrails to each side of steps
LED indirect and overhead lighting
4 opening low-profile hatches/ shades and screens
2 large fixed ports
Large cushioned Navigation seat- hinged storage compartment under
Chart table w/storage – chart reading light
The linear Galley has been a popular option for Beneteau. It allows full use of the Galley by several people at the same time and provides an expansive counter, as well as loads of storage.
Spectra 200c water maker- 10 gal per hr
Corian counter tops
Stainless Steel sinks – (undercounter trash bin and storage area)
Upright SS refrigerator – Front loading) and freezer (bottom drawer pullout)
Gas range and oven with overhead lighted vent; easy access gas safety shut off
Pots and pan storage under range
Separate water spigot for filtered fresh water
Fresh water taps and separate salt water tap w/floor pump
Sea Gull fresh water filtration system w/separate tap
Retractable microwave oven (110v) stores in side cabinet
LPG range and oven w/overhead lighted vent – gas safety shut off valve
Pull out drawers for cutlery and cooking utensils -soft close
Storage space under sole for other goods
Washer/dryer – 110v
Igloo Ice maker
Flatware, Table linens, Glasses Place settings, Place mats – Highest quality
Fitted out with kitchen equipment for gourmet cooking
Very ample under floor board storage for paper goods, dry goods, and beverages.
Backlit main 12v panel
AC: 230v and 115 v panels
Solar panels imbedded in top of cockpit canvas -(4) Flexible panels installed in canvas - 100w per panel- total 400 watts - Easy disconnect for storage
Battery charger - Magnum 2,800 W a120 pure sine wave.
Inverter - Magnum 2,000 W 100A pure sine wave.
Galvanic Isolator 110v protection (each)
House battery bank upgraded to 6X 120 AH AGM batteries
Engine start battery: 12 Volt 120 AH Battery.
Genset start battery : 12 Volt 120 AH battery.
Bow thruster battery: 28 Volt 120 AH battery in Skipper’s hold.
Upgraded Dryfit gel batteries
Navigation – Jeanneau Electronic Pack and Jeanneau Excellence Pack included
at Nav station:
RN VO141 VHF Raymarine RAY260 USA with GPS; Pactor III USB Bluetooth Modem SSB Addition; Raymarine Sirius satellite weather module; Garmin AIS 650 Transmitter and Receiver; ICOM M802B SSB/Marine radio with AT140 Tuner, Ground Plate Gam Antenna; Iridium Sat Phone; Link Pro Battery Monitor; Xantrex power monitor; Spectra water maker display/controller panel; TracVision 3 channel TV station; TV controller box; Bilge pump auto/manual controller; Full AC/DC panel switches; AC controller; WiFi Booster; Main Power AC and GenSet controller panel; DVD/CD/MP-3 Fusion Player and Bose 2.1 speaker system in salon (and separate system in Owner’s cabin); separate radio/CD player at nav station to feed cockpit speakers separate from Salon system; Speaker controller switches for salon and/or cockpit; USB plugs.
Dual Helm Controls
Electronics at the helm ( starbd-Master, Port-slave)
RN E07E2 Raymarine E-125 GPS/Plotter/MFD – Touch Screen, Bluetooth at starboard helm; RN E07E1 Raymarine E-95 GPS/Plotter/MFD – Touch Screen, Bluetooth at port helm; Rn V0141 VHF Raymarine YAY260 USA with Cockpit Remote at Nav station and helm; RN C5202 Raymarine autopilot + spx30 cor4e unit and gyrocompas smart controller; Raymarine 4KW 18” Radar on mast; Raymarine i70 display with masthead wind sensor and speed/depth sensor; lighted binnacle at each helm; automatic chain raise/lower meter and controller at helm with remote at anchor well; bow thruster controller at helm, windex display at both helms; transom raise/lower controller at port helm; cockpit floor and table lights at helm; engine data read out at helm; Spot Gen 3 Vessel Locator and Text Messaging; water/fuel/power readout display.
GPS- Raymarine E95 Touchscreen GPS display at both helms
Radar – Raymarine digital HD radome – 4kw
Audio Pilot – Raymarine autopilot with smart controller
AIS – Raymarine 650 transmit and receive
Raymarine Log- speedometer – Depth sounder
Raymarine wind speed and direction
SSB- Icom 802B -Marine Band SSB w/200PEP power Amp, AT150 automatic tuner and dipole antenna, radial counter poise system –
– Brass ground plates on bottom of hull
SSB Pactor Modem
Rogue Wave WiFi booster antenna (to pf mast) and internal WiFi
Cell phone booster antenna
VHF- radio with remote at Starbd helm
Handheld remote VHF w/charger
Link – Pro Battery monitor
Spectra digital control panel on nav station panel
Iridium GO mobile phone and data package (email) with fixed mobile antenna
Charts for US East Coast, Bahamas, Caribbean
Satellite Tracking TV. KVH TracVision mast mounted with tracking station at Navigation Station. Tracks 3 channels simultaneously. Feeds three master TV’s; large screen in Salon, the owner’s forward cabin, the VIP cabin (port aft), and provides a slave signal to the TV in the starboard aft cabin. The owner’s cabin, along with the TV, also has its own separate stereo (DVD/CD/MP-3 Fusions Player with Bose 2.1 speakers). The KHV TracVision Satellite pod is wire with dual sets of cables to support North American satellite TV, or to support Caribbean satellite TV.
Pre-installed TV in Salon (with raising and lowering inside of cabinet)
TV’s in – Owner cabin, VIP cabin, third guest cabin
TracVision dish satellite antenna
(3) satellite TV receivers
Full stereo system in Salon, and Owner’s cabin
Separate stereo for cockpit area with switches for sharing outside or below deck
Wireless control through iPhone, iPad or PC apps
Yanmar HP110 engine (upgraded from 75HP) - 683 hrs
1215 Amp alternator
Feathering Auto Prop
Racor Fuel filter system: YSO-Y7yE6-Dual 7550 Max Fuel Filter System
Onan 7.5KW inboard generator (controllable at nav station) 630 hrs
Two extra marine batteries
Powerful bow thruster (controllable at helm)
Oil transfer pump for engine and generator
Engine room air blower
Engine room fire suppression system
Easy access to engine compartment from salon and side cabins
Standard and high-water bilge pumps
Hot water tank 11 gal (40 liter)
Heating and Air Conditioning
Air conditioning (4 UNITS) 110V 60 HZ when no genset (44000 BTU)
Upgraded sea strainers for A/C in main and forward cabins
Each cabin controller for A/C
Air conditioning connected to forward skippers hold
Port helm vented for heating at foot level
2 tanks port and starboard, total of 140 gals.
LP Locker on rear port side behind port helm (hold 2 tanks)
2 tanks (one under forward berth, one under main Salon floor), total of 192 gals.
Separate filter tap for fresh water
Separate salt water tap at galley sink (foot pumped)
Wash down hose (hot and cold) behind port helm area
Removable ladders at side gates – Port and Starbd
Retractable dinghy davits (240lb capacity)
Wood rub-rails on hull sides
Stainless steel caps on rub rails on hull sides
Forward sundeck pack: Foredeck sun lounge on deck inset, grey cushions and built in canvas/screen sun protector
Delta; 350 feet of chain.
Fortress Anchor (secondary) FX37 W/ 100 feet of chain and 150 feet of Rode.
Bow Anchor Locker ;
Windlass – Harken Anchor (forward/reverse) Windlass 1500 W/12V with a chainwheel for 12mm / ½” chain and a line drum mounted on deck.
Electric sea pump in anchor locker for anchor/deck washing.
Anchor well holds spare manual handle and remote anchor electric control.
Snubber rig in anchor well.
Y valve and electric washdown pump
12V outlet for search light
Remote control for lowering and raising anchor
Cushions, Covers, Canvas
Natte Cadet grey cockpit cushions,
Cockpit table cover-Charcoal grey
Complete cockpit enclosure – Canvas/ Isinglass with Full roll-up side curtains – Port, and stern sides, aft, and zip down opening for forward dodger enclosure
Folding cockpit table with wooden side leaves
Jeanneau TERRACE PACK - Swim Platform – fold down ELECTRIC “Aft Terrace”, wireless remote, large swim ladder –
Folding Sun Lounge cushions
Teak cockpit floor and terrace
Fold up seats at each helm
Crane on stern rail to lift outboard motor – OB engine bracket
Overhead “mood” lighting, and floor lights
Refrigerator- inset into cockpit table
Cockpit table cabinet – under table
Stern storage for life raft
Magma grill and platform off rear of cockpit
Hot /cold shower at transom
Dual helm controls
SAILS and RIGGING
Furling Genoa -New sail
In mast furling main with new mainsail
Mylar Taffeta Upgraded Mainsail (furling) 48 m (squared) / 516 sq ft.
Genoa (109%) 63 m (squared) / 678 sq ft.
Asymmetrical spinnaker rigging; spinnaker sheets on board.
Main boom preventer rig.
2 Harken Turning Blocks for genoa sheets.
2 Harken 46:2 Electric/Manual Forward and Reverse 2 Speed, Self-Tailing Coaming, Mounted Winches for halyards.
2 Harken 70:2 Electric/Manual Forward and Reverse 2 Speed, Self-Tailing Coaming, Mounted Winches for genoa sheets
Electric motor driven Genoa/Jib sail, controlled at starboard helm with toggle switch.
Spinlock Line Stoppers Port and Starboard.
Folding Padeyes on deck for spinnaker deck gear
Harken Genoa Tracks with genoa sheet cars adjustable from the cockpit.
Opening Line Lockers port and starboard by each winch for easy line storage.
Jib/genoa electric motor for un-wind and rewind. Controller toggle switch at side of helm.
Running rigging for asymmetrical spinnaker with fitting and sheets
Automatic fire suppression system in main engine compartment
Five fire extinguishers strategically placed
Flares and flare dispersing equipment
Required quantity of USCG (orange) life jackets
Throwable/attached life collar
Free floating throwable life collar
Aft end lift mount for retrieving crew overboard
Two powerful torches that signal SOS
Crew overboard markers on nav system
One Boat Beacon, plus two (2) personal EPRIBs
One emergency ditch bag – well equipped
Floating mobile radiophone
Globalstar phone (mobile) (suscription requière)
From Annapolis (original port), she has sailed the Chesapeake Bay; Annapolis to Solomon Island; Annapolis to Norfolk; Norfolk to Bermuda; Bermuda to St Thomas; the USVI’s including St Croix; the BVI’s; Puerto Rico and the Spanish Virgins; Puerto Rico to Culebra to St Croix; St Croix to St Thomas; St Thomas to Puerto Rico.
She loves open waters and ocean sailing. With all sails driven by and electric motor (genoa/jib) or electric winches (mail furling and boom), the skipper can raise, lower, and tack from the cockpit with ease. The first mate need not budge from her cozy cushion unless she is doing the sailing and the skipper is snoozing. Dropping/raising an anchor can all occur from the helm, or forward with remote control. With her powerful bow thrusters and 110 hp Yanmar motor with straight shaft and 3 blade feathering prop, docking bow in or stern in is easy to manage. With her on board Onan 7.5 kw generator and solar panels, she easily provides power for the A/C in all cabins; her water maker, ice maker, and washer dryer make her totally self sufficient for off shore long distance sailing and living. Her 6’10” draft (fully loaded) and her excellent ballast allow her to handle heavy winds and seas. She reaches 9-10 knots in moderate winds with ease and with heavier following winds and waves she has topped 14-15 knots for extended periods of time. With her VHF, or her Icom M802B SSB and Packet Modem, and her installed Iridium phone, the skipper is never out of contact with land or other vessels at sea. Whether at sea or at anchor, she provides tremendous comfort. And, if the beauty of an anchorage with blue skies and brilliant sunshine becomes cloudy and rainy, then a simple electric raising of her large screen TV in the salon, and her three (3) channel KHD Trac Vision satellite tracking TV receiver allows you to watch your favorite football game from back home.
INDIVIDUAL PACKAGE – PVC Ivory for 3 cabin layouts
Tender and outboard (optional)
Deck lines and boat hooks
Full complement of deck lines (short and long)
Two boat hooks
Four winch crank handles
Full supply of hurricane lines
Forward locker for fuel tank and lines
Davits are retractable (factory installed, support 240 pounds)
Aluminum lifting bar/separator for lifting dinghy to davits
Four ratchet tie-down straps and railing attaching point
Pully system rigged to use winch to lift dinghy if needed (see cockpit gear)
Swingable lifting pully system for outboard to storage mount (see cockpit gear
Documentation and Parts
Ample specs and boat operation and layout manuals
Complete documents for all systems
Small quantity of maintenance parts
Every aspect of the Jeanneau 54 is all-new and designed to fit the way you live, like no other yacht in her class. Never before seen solutions are found throughout, from the clever VIP interior layout to the spacious living cockpit and the easy and discreet management of the tender and the innovative aft terrace. Every detail and function have been considered to enhance life aboard and the cruising experience.
The Jeanneau 54 is born from the close collaboration of Philippe Briand, whose chined hull and elegant deck profile ensure seaworthy handling and timeless looks, and Andrew Winch’s meticulous approach to the interior where every ergonomic detail and the selection of high-end materials echo the look and feel of his super yacht pedigree.
The design goal of the Jeanneau 54 was to not simply build a bigger Sun Odyssey but to incorporate super yacht luxuries in an easy to handle smaller package. The Jeanneau 54 thus has the same features and amenities as the Flagship Jeanneau Yacht 64 and many other luxury / super yachts but at a fraction of the cost! The Jeanneau 54 is designed to provide immense comfort but is also unquestionably a sailor’s yacht. Briand’s hard chine hull increases performance, speed, stability, and also allows for a roomier interior. The immense cockpit on the Jeanneau 54 accounts for over 40% of the deck area, providing an unprecedented level of space above deck. Below deck is an equally ample amount of space with wide expanses of view through large hull ports and immense deck windows.
AB 10’6” inflatable with aluminum hull (Optionally priced)
Yamaha 9.9 HP outboard (Optionally priced)
6 person Viking life raft (easily deployable from cockpit table) (Optionally priced)
Optional Equipment (priced separately)
Auto inflatable life vests
Boat beacon (EPIRB)
Two individual life vest beacons (EPIRD)
Handheld VHF radios