Jeanneau has a boat for almost everything. From bluewater sailboats to flybridge cruisers, interested boaters should really dive into their range to get a glimpse of the features and types of boats wanted by the boating world. This also shows the versatility of the shipyard, and their understanding of what boaters want and need. And of their many seaworthy vessels, we have a special liking to the cheerful Jeanneau Merry Fishers.

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There are currently 7 models in the range: the 605, 695, 795, 895, 1095, 1095 Fly, and 38 Fly. They vary in length of course, from 18’ all the way up to 38’. You may be thinking, these boats aren’t large, and you’re right. Even so, the shipyard has managed to fit in berths for four even in the smallest Merry Fisher 605. Size may be the first measure of a boat, but it certainly doesn’t tell the whole story.

As the name suggests, Merry Fishers are boats built with fishing in mind, but don’t let that detract your interest from the range. These boats are made primarily for coastal cruising, with features for casual fishermen. Think of them as cruisers that can go fishing, if you will. Every model in the range has a leisure space aft of the boat, and a sundeck on the fore, which favours the previously mentioned predisposition.

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