July 13 2017
For its 60th anniversary, the Vendée Jeanneau (Bénéteau Group) shipyard announces a festival of innovations, both in motorboats (Jeanneau and Prestige) and in sailing boats where the Sun Odyssey range should reserve us a surprise!
Yachting Art Magazine is able to unveil today the new Jeanneau NC 33, a boat ahead of all in the new NC range among these innovations.
The Jeanneau NC33 launches the renewal of the NC range
After focusing on renewing its leading range that dominates the world market of speedboats, Jeanneau is also interested in its NC (New Concept) line, inboard coupé speedboats, characterized by excellent hulls and an easiness of movement onboard practically on one level!
The shipyard does not intend to modify this DNA signature at the origin of a great success worldwide, but on the contrary, it intends to capitalize on it.
The NC33 program, therefore, is the revival of the key strengths of the NC range, coupled with the latest technological advances.
Measuring 10.50m long, that is a 34.50, the Jeanneau NC33 has a new hull signed by one of the masters of the genre, Michaël Peters and a design directly coming from the pencils of the Garroni Design Studio, an all-time accomplice of the shipyard that succeeded in renewing the style of the boat, without distorting it, realizing thus quite the accomplishment of further improving the perceived quality and the dynamism of the whole.
The profile of Jeanneau NC33 thus counts a lateral vanishing line running from the front of the roof to the lateral glazing, and of the most beautiful effect.
As for the layout plan, the NC33 is characterized by the absence of steps, facilitating comfort on board.
Like the other models in the range, the NC33 has been designed to live with the sea, on which it is widely open. An opening that does not operate to the detriment of safety, since this new NC includes recessed passages, a gangway entrance and a side door positioned at the level of the cockpit, very practical for manoeuvres.
Originally thought of as a boat with terrace on the water, the NC promises to live the sea in absolute comfort. It takes on this promise thanks to a modular rear cockpit, adaptable in sun bath, whose volume is enlarged by a clever overhang on the swim platform.
Inside, the light reigns supreme, with a panoramic roof and a large electric sunroof. Life occurs all at the same level. In the absence of steps, the volumes assume their proportions. This results in a surprising easy traffic and comfort on board! True to the NC spirit, the cockpit co-navigation seat can tilt and transform the relaxation area of the centre into a L.
The NC33 offers two large double cabins and a beautiful bathroom with separate shower, the owner's cabin being in the front tip. The NC33 can accommodate up to 6 people for the night, with its modular centre.
Finally, in terms of engines, the NC33 opts for 2 Volvo Penta D3 220cv, in Z-Drive that seem well suited to this unit whose displacement amounts to 5.6 tons.
We will not hesitate to return very quickly to these innovations in Yachting Art Magazine!