In July, Jeanneau unveiled the new flagship in its NC model range: the 35-foot NC 1095.
“In response to customer demand, and in keeping with current market trends, we continue to develop our outboard powerboat lines to offer larger models,” Jeanneau stated in a press release. “The NC 1095 is the perfect family cruiser, ideal for a weekend away or a day on the water.”
Jeanneau outfits the NC 1095 with a pair of 300-hp Yamaha F300 4-strokes. Owners can expect a top end around 38 knots and a comfortable cruise around 24 knots, according to the builder. A seat back in the cockpit flips forward to allow both engines to tilt up and out of the water.
The NC 1095 is available with a two- or three-stateroom layout. Forward is the master stateroom, which has a centerline berth. Abaft it to port is a head with an enclosed shower for guests and owners. An amidships guest stateroom is abaft the head. A third stateroom, abaft the master stateroom to starboard, can be configured with a berth or extra stowage.
The exterior deck spaces and main saloon are on a single level, adjoined by sliding glass doors. A door at the helm, to starboard, leads to the side deck. The saloon also has a booth-style dinette and aft galley to starboard.
Base price for the NC 1095 is $300,000. Jeanneau America, Annapolis, Maryland, (410) 280-9400. jeanneauamerica.com
This article originally appeared in the October 2018 issue.