Jeanneau Love Stories – Owners’ Stories – Part 1

At Jeanneau, it’s always exciting watching one of our boats roll off the production line bound for its new owner. But what’s more exciting, is watching that new boat being used and enjoyed by its new owner, going places that only a boat can take you to. So whether you're looking to circumnavigate the globe or simply cross Lake Michigan, Jeanneau is sure to have just the right boat for you, both power and sail.

We reached out to our Jeanneau Community to share their favorite stories aboard their Jeanneau. We are happy with the numerous testimonials we received about the great joys of boating! We invite you to Get to Know Jeanneau through the eyes and ears of so many of our loyal owners.



We invite you to get to know Jeanneau through the eyes of some devoted owners.


Fun times in the Canadian North Channel of Lake Huron. All freshwater, rocks, some sandy beaches, pine trees and Loons calling out their distinctive squawk. Summer of 2019 my wife and I spent a month cruising and enjoying everything about our year 2000 Sun Odyssey 40DS. Most nights we anchored out; all chain rode and a Delta anchor allowed secure sleep. No sacrifices in living aboard! - Dee & Pat Clark

Sailing has always been a family activity for us, a way to pass on seamanship, navigation, boat handling, and working with a crew towards a common goal. This is a shot of our crew: nephews Quinn and Rowan, friends Kyle and Josh, and myself, during a fast 18-day Atlantic crossing from Madeirato Barbados on our Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44i. This was shot at dinner time. Yes, of course, we had fresh fish! - Tor Johnson




So many fun family hours aboard our Jeanneau, it had been a life-changer for us. Headed out tomorrow for some sunshine and peace. As a frontline ER nurse, it’s been the only way to clear my mind and find joy, so thankful for our NC 795  - Nicole Kinard




The name of our Sun Odyssey 349 is Lo Lee Ta and the photo was taken as we sailed away from Elliott Key on Key Biscayne with our puppy Bosun. We love that the boat is so easy to sail land very stable. - Jeffrey Hirsh


My wife, Marlene, and I relaxing on a sandbar in Pensacola Bay, Florida after anchoring off it with our 2019 Jeanneau Merry Fisher 895. - Tony Santos




Family 4th of July sail in Tacoma, Washington on our Sun Odyssey 379. We caught fresh crab and dined alfresco. - Mark Bertolin