Jeanneau NC 14 makes an impact in the world of pleasure boating.
The original vision behind the new concept, “an apartment” on the water, with a mobile terrace and a sea view that can captured a picture frame view of a beautiful world. This concept has been perfectly formed into the NC 9 and NC 11, resulting in real enthusiasm from the marine sector for these “new” boats.
So the Jeanneau NC 14 has been conceived. So inspired were some individuals from the marine industry that an attempt from some to replicate our magnificent Jeanneau NC 14. As they say, replication is one of the greatest forms of flattery the Jeanneau NC14 will never be copied.
Time for yourself…you deserve it.
Daytime living spaces, including a dining area and a very attractive galley, are arranged around a very spacious deck saloon and feature a floor plan designed on a single level. Take time out in your life to enjoy the great outdoors. The Jeanneau NC range was indeed conceived with this very thought in mind, it is quite simply a boat that calls for “time out”
Built using an environmental friendly process
Built using the Prisma injection process the Jeanneau NC14 will not have cost the earth in terms of manufacturing foot print. In fact Jeanneau lead the way in development of boat manufacturing. Using Prisma Moulding the environmental footprint has been reduced by some 90%.
Boats and yachts built using this method of production are stronger than boats using a conventional layup. Prisma Moulding also allows for much greater detail in the deassign conception. Jeanneau have taken full advantage of this new freedom of expression on the Jeanneau NC 14.
|Length overall||:||13.73 m / 45'|
|Hull length||:||11.96 m / 39'2"|
|Light displacement||:||10 500 kg / 23 149 lbs|
|Max Beam||:||4.10 m / 13'5"|
|Standard keel draught||:||1.07 m / 3'6"|
|Fuel capacity||:||900L / 238 US Gal|
|Water capacity||:||408 L / 108 US Gal|
|Motor||:||Volvo Penta IPS 400 D4-300|
|CE Category||:||In Progress|
|Designer/s||:||Jeanneau Design / Garroni Design|