4 Jeanneau boats nominated for 2020 Motor Boat Awards
The Jeanneau crew is proud to announce that several of their powerboats are finalists in the 2020 Motor Boat Awards: the Cap Camarat 7.5 DC Serie2, the Leader 33, the Merry Fisher 895 Marlin and the NC 37!
Highly Esteemed Awards
The Motor Boat Awards are very highly esteemed international awards, created by the British magazine, Motor Boat & Yachting, recognizing powerboats. In a first round, the public votes to select the nominees, then professional judges select the finalists.
Designating sport boats, semi-rigid models, as well as yachts, there are no less than nine categories for these distinguished awards.
The winners will be unveiled at the awards ceremony held at the Düsseldorf Boat Show, on January 21st, 2020.
Don’t wait to see the Jeanneau 2020 finalists:
The Cap Camarat 7.5 DC Serie2: in the category of “Sportsboats & RIBs”
The Cap Camarat 7.5 DC Serie2 is a versatile powerboat with sleek lines and protective cockpits for family water sports and activities, even coastal cruising. Boasting long lines and a wrap-around windscreen, she also offers an entirely redesigned cockpit.
The Leader 33: in the category of “Sportscruisers up to 40ft”
The Leader 33 benefits from the sporty, contemporary look representing the signature of the Leader line. Offered in 2 versions: an Open version with an arch and a Sport Top version with an electric opening roof. In both versions, the functional layouts enhance the pleasures of life on board.
The Merry Fisher 895 Marlin: in the category of “Wheelhouse and cockpit cruisers”
The Merry Fisher 895 Marlin is resolutely contemporary, between its sporty silhouette and warm, comfortable interior. She offers multiple innovations: a side door at the helm station, a door in the coaming, flush aft swim platforms, and a sliding aft bench seat that is particularly comfortable due to its high back rest.
The NC 37: in the category of “Wheelhouse and cockpit cruisers”
This new NC benefits from Jeanneau’s seaworthy qualities and an excellent hull design by Michael Peters, guarantees of safe, reliable handling at sea.
The entire Jeanneau crew welcomes these nominations and impatiently awaits the election results.