Jeanneau 64

950,000 Tax Paid | Corfu Greece


  • Make Jeanneau
  • Model 64
  • Year 2015
  • LOA 64ft/20m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Fin Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 10
  • Cabins 5
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 35782
  • Name Polar Bear


"Polar Bear" is a fabulously presented shoal keeled Jeanneau 64 with all the important option boxes ticked - and more! She has been skipper maintained from the time she left the factory in 2015, and to very exacting standards, given that the owner is Andrew Winch - the actual interior designer of the Jeanneau 64!. She comes with a true turn-key capability, ready to go sailing tomorrow.

With her hull in Dolphin Blue set off to perfection by her white matching mast and furling boom, all over teak decking ('eyebrow to eyebrow') and navy cockpit cushions she is guaranteed to turn heads wherever she goes.The beauty, though, is not just for others to behold because down below is a true wonder of space ergonomics and light: ten berths in five cabins (including the twin crew forepeak) is remarkable enough but when you consider that four of those cabins have en-suites, you can see why this boat is as practical as it is stunning.

Finally, the wheels: most would be happy with the functional white ones that come standard. But why accept mere functionality when beautiful design is there for the taking: so our owner added custom varnished teak helms with carbon trim and spokes! .As if this were not enough to get you on the first flight to Corfu (where she'll be during August - South of France thereafter), how about the fact that she can be yours for just €950k (VAT paid) - when she listed for c. €1.7m (VAT paid) just four years ago?

To arrange an appointment to view, please call Dean Overton on +44 7787 50 60 90 or email

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Designed by Philippe Briand and Winch Designs
Hull number 11
Stunning and very unique 'Dolphin Blue' painted hull (using Isopthalic gelcoats)
Custom boot stripes in red/silver
MCA coded for Category 2 waters

Cast iron shoal keel
Hard chine
Teak laid foredeck, side decks and coachroof with upgraded grey caulking
Twin steering positions: custom varnished teak helms with carbon trim
Flush deck hatches

LOA: 65 ft 11 in / 20.10m
Hull length: 64 ft 1 in / 19.55m
Length on waterline: 59ft 0in / 18.00m
Beam: 17 ft 8 in / 5.40m
Draft: 2.20m upgraded shoal wing keel 10,550 kgs
Displacement (empty): 31,000 Kgs
Displacement (maximum): 37,000 Kgs

All figures are approximate


Triple swept-back spreader design

North Sails SRPC upgraded mainsail, genoa and staysail
North G1 sail made from Norlon 150 with Facnor continuous line furler
Push button trimming of main sail below deck with captive winch (furling and unfurling of mainsail in cockpit)
Self-tacking staysail
Overlapping (110%) genoa

Upgrade to white painted mast and boom
2 x Harken 70.2 electric self-tailing genoa winches (coaming mounted)
Below deck Harken captive winch for mainsheet
Upgrade to hydraulic backstay and boom vang
Genoa tracks on side deck for overlapping genoa (adjustable from cockpit)
Code zero and asymmetric spinnaker rigging

2 x Harken electric ST60 rewind self tailing halyard winches (with dual control switches on both consoles) - coaming mounted
Stay sail inner forestay and genoa forestay (both electric furling for complete ease and simplicity)
Custom built carbon spinnaker pole (extending to 3 lengths) to pole out any canvas in the headsail wardrobe (also doubles as tender hoist boom, enabling tender stowerage on foredeck)
Manual winch at mast base

8 x black anodised Nomen folding cleats along bulwarks



Upgraded interior woodwork to Alpi light oak furniture with dark Milano floorboards for a bright interior
Interior upholstery in upgraded leather
Carpet set for main saloon and cabins
Air conditioning 220V/50hz multi zone via circulating chilled water 60,000 BTU includes skipper cabin
USB sockets throughout for device charging
All toilets with bidet function (except crew cabin)

Access from cockpit via companionway steps (in aluminium/wood) with non-skid strips and stainless steel handrails (leather wrapped) either side.
Indirect lighting to each companionway step
Main electric panel to starboard of companionway
U-shaped seating area with upgraded luxury full length dining table
Engine access behind companionway steps
Double sofa to port (with hinged storage compartments beneath)
Discrete, integrated chart table as part of main saloon table.
3 x lamps
Electric pleated blinds for saloon windows with remote control
Samsung Smart HDTV and Fusion DVD, CD MP3 player with Bose Acoustimass subwoofer and 5 speakers in saloon
Stainless steel fiddles in galley along hull side and on counter between galley and port sofa
Lockers above seating
Pneumatically assisted hinged central floorboards (providing access to water systems, bilge sump and generator compartment)
Folding "Director's" armchairs
Hinged floors with struts (under sofa)
Maglite search light on wall mounted charger
Ipad dock (wall mounted) with wireless charging
Flush deck hatches (x4) - with pleated shade and insect screen

Corian Aurora work surfaces
Stainless steel sink
Chrome mixer tap (with spray nozzle)
Chrome drinking water tap at sink producing pure drinking water (uses reverse osmosis filtration system)
Fully extending drawers (with soft closing facility)
Eno Bretagne 3 burner gas hob (on gimbal) with oven and grill
Exhaust fan above cooker with light
Miele dishwasher 220v
Wine/drinks fridge 220v
Sliding waste bin (under sink)
Icemaker in central freezer drawer
Miele microwave/grill & oven (with extractor fan)
2 x opening deck hatches

Large owner’s stateroom aft port with upgraded 'Innerspring' mattress
Large double hanging locker with interior lighting
Office/vanity area to port with leatherette desktop and storage area with swing-out stool
Sofa to starboard
Night stands to each side of double berth with storage and bookshelves
Individual lamps and reading lights installed
Two fixed hull ports with aviation shades
Two large curved opening ports into cockpit
Independent Fusion AV700 DVD/CD/MP3 player with Bose Acoustimass subwoofer & 2 speakers
En-suite bathroom with electric freshwater flush toilet and shower
Backlit vanity mirror in bathroom
Corian Aurora to shower bottom and sink counter

Widened, upgraded queen sized double beds (with 'Innerspring' mattress upgrade)
Hanging locker to both cabins with interior lighting, 3x storage drawers in lower unit and large storage compartment under berth
LED reading lights to both with opening deck hatches and insect screens
En-suite shower room with electric fresh-water flush WC to both cabins
Opening deck hatches (x4) to forward cabins
Opening deck hatches (x2) to forward washrooms

2 x bunk beds
Siemens washing machine/dryer 220v in large 'wet locker' (storage cabinet above)
Dyson V7 cordless vacuum on wall mounted charging dock

Crew Cabin with 2 x bunk beds, sink, shower, toilet, holding tank and air conditioning - accessible through large, flush deck hatch (and via watertight bulkhead in fwd stbd cabin shower room)
Anchor locker with double access hatches from the deck

Steering area with twin helm consoles, winches and engine controls
Second companionway - providing access to aft owners cabin via curved opening hatch (aft of port side seating area)
Curved opening hatch to aft guest cabin (aft of starboard side seating area)
Cockpit tables (seat 10 people) on electro-pneumatic, telescopic legs for transformation into sunpad lounging area (control buttons on port helm console)
Helm seats with teak battens (lockers underneath)
All seating, flooring, steps and swim platform to inset teak battening
Aft sundecks for lounging and access to stern lockers, garage and swim platform
Storage garage (can be used for a tender) - opens electrically
Large liferaft locker with pneumatic assisted opening (located under cockpit floor)
Recessed storage compartments on coachroof (to each side of companionway)
LED courtesy lighting
Fridge and sink unit
Hydraulic passerelle (black)
Push button sailing controls
Fully opening electric transom - converting to bathing platform
Upgraded s/s bathing ladder
Upgraded helm consoles (painted gloss black)
Twin custom varnished teak helms with carbon trim
Matching varnished teak / carbon flagstaff
Electric washdown pump in anchor locker
Plancha / Grill (retractable into locker)
Inlets for shore power cables (under starboard helm seat)
Hot and cold water shower (at transom in garage)

All figures are approximate


VOLVO D4 180HP DIESEL (c 1,735 hrs to July 20)
40 mm s/s shaft drive to four bladed flexo-fold propeller
Bronze P-bracket
Dripless shaft gland with water lubrication
Hydraulic gearbox, ratio 2:48
Keyless ignition system
Electronic single lever engine throttle on starboard side helm console
Engine service history in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations

Upgraded 2000W inverter 220v/50hz 2000 VA with additional battery bank
Generator upgraded to Onan 17.5kw (c 3,030 hrs July 20)
2 x 100a/h chargers for domestic system (2nd for fast re-charging)

Air conditioning multi zone via circulating chilled water 60.000 BTU (upgraded air conditioning air handler and thermostat for skipper cabin)
Additional domestic batteries 24V a/h with 100A charger
Bowthruster (24V) - mounted in 250mm tunnel with dedicated 24V battery bank
Electrical panel includes backlit switches for main house systems and 3.5" digital display (for controlling AC voltage/AC source selection, battery monitoring, tank monitoring and fuel transfer system)
Dedicated electrical closet (including 24V breaker panel) centralising following electrical functions: 24V for house systems and 12V for engine systems (accessible in aft port passage)

Fuel: 825 litres (in two tanks, main being s/s and secondary moulded with transfer pump)
Water: 1000 litres (in three tanks)
Waste: 264 litres
Sea Recovery Ultra Whisper watermaker (120 l/h 220V/24V)
Hot water: 80 litres hot water heater connected to engine heat exchanger


Raymarine full instrumentation package (upgraded Feb 20, excluding Radome, 2 x VHF handsets & autopilot hydraulic ram)
Multi-function Axiom 12" touch screens at each helm
Additional multi-function Axiom 7" touch screens in cockpit consoles
Additional multi-function Axiom 7" touch screens in crew cabin
Hydraulic autopilot at helm + handheld remote control
Display of GPS information on main saloon TV screen
Raymarine 260 dual station VHF with AIS transponder
Foghorn and hailer
Digital Raydome 4kw HD 4G antenna fitted at first spreader

12 person liferaft
JonBuoy MOB recovery module on pushpit
EPIRB in float free case on pushpit
Throw line on pushpit
KIM rescue sling on pushpit
Echomax active radar reflector installed at mast head
Emergency inflatable radar reflector
2 x Horseshoe boys (both with drogue & light - x1 with DanBuoy attached)
14 x Kru Sport Pro adult life jackets (10 x jackets are with MOB AIS)
Full set of wooden hatch blanks
Full set of flares
Bungs at every seacock
High water alarm at helm
Honda petrol emergency bilge pump
NUC emergency lights
Emergency navigation lights
Lee cloths on each berth and saloon port sofa
SeaFire automatic engine room NOVEC extinguisher & ventilation shutdown system
All sea water hoses fireproofed in engine room
Complete fire extinguisher set for MCA coding
Fire blanket in galley
Smoke detectors & emergency lighting in every cabin
Three carbon monoxide detectors near fuel burning appliances
Air horn (with spare canisters)
Emergency tiller
Emergency ladder (located on transom) for rapid recovery of man overboard

24V 3000W below deck windlass with 14 mm chain (110m)
50Kg stainless steel anchor
Windlass control/chain counter at helm
Custom made bow seat with fitted 'Dune' coloured cushion, hugging forestay
Upgrade to fresh/salt water wash down in anchor locker
Stern pushpit with fold-down ladder for access to transom and swim platform
Opening gate on port side to hydraulic gangway
Transom fairleads
Double lifelines (in stainless steel)
Lifeline gates on either side (located just aft of midships)
Upgraded flush folding NOMEN anodized cleats (x8)
Hydraulic extending passerelle
Electric air pump in garage
Williams 385 Turbojet tender (available by separate negotiation) - with custom made teak tender chocks that locate in s/s deck sockets
22 Kgs Fortress kedge anchor with 2 x 50m warps
Shore water connection in cockpit (with water pressure regulator)
10 x Henshaw inflatable fenders with black soft covers
3 x mooring warps
Spliced anchor bridle / snubber

All in Sunbrella Dune
Sprayhood with windscreen
Table covers
Multi-part folding bimini
Fold back cover for bimini
Covers for helms and winches
Aft sundeck cushions
Cockpit cushions with backrests and consoles
Zip in ‘shoulder’ canvas pieces to tent out the bimini & keep the cockpit seating dry
Removable, washable navy blue fitted covers for all cushions
Mesh sun shade sections to shade cockpit
Custom made full length boom awning (slides into boom on luff tapes)
Helm covers, console covers, winch covers, table covers, tender cover, main sail cover
2 x Large stow bags for all of port & stbd cockpit cushions
3 x Stow bags for the above canvas


Bosun's Locker - full of chandlery, tools, spares and maintenance equipment

Toy Cupboard: a full set of watersport toys for all ages

Interior fit out: crockery, cutlery and a whole host of everything possible for a turn-key sailaway option

Williams Jet Tender

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