Jeanneau 64

825,000 Tax Not Paid | Tortola British Virgin Islands


  • Make Jeanneau
  • Model 64
  • Year 2016
  • 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 36269
  • Name Madelene II


An exceptional example, only used privately by her one fastidious owner. Madelene II has the layout we consider best suited to the Jeanneau 64 - namely owner's suite aft with two guest doubles forward, augmented by a passage cabin mid-ships and extra bunks in the fitted bow cabin. A really well thought through specification with in-mast furling main with the fantastic captive mainsheet winch, powered furling for the headsails as well as a hydraulic back-stay and vang to help get the best from her upgraded North SRPC sails. Madalene II has the expensive extras such as hydraulic gangway, teak, underwater lights, folding Nomen cleats, retractable stern-thruster, cockpit bbq and fridges, spreader lights and much more which maximise the flagship feel of the yacht. Her domestic inventory is excellent and includes full air-conditioning, electric window blinds, washer dryer, wine fridge, water-maker as well a dish washer. Full Raymarine instrumentation. Her excellent garage accommodates a 2,7 m RIB which allows space for storage of fenders etc.
With less than 1200 engine hours shown on her 180 HP Volvo D4 she has seen lighter use than most of her sister-ships many of which have been chartered. She is recommended without hesitation. Madelene II is viewable in the BVIs during the rest of February and March but is being prepared for shipping back to us in Barcelona eta April where she will be be very much for sale her owners having completed their plans for the yacht and have moved on to new projects.

For more information, photos or to arrange a viewing please contact central agent Tristan Abery (English, Spanish, Russian).

Tristan Abery
M. +44 7766 130909



Built by Jeanneau, France in 2016
Designed by Philippe Briand and Winch Designs
#24 of this extremely successful model
HIN ends 616

Master cabin aft, additional lateral bunk cabin and skippers cabin forward
In-mast furling
Fixed inner forestay
Shoal draft keel (in lieu of standard)
Upgraded ONAN generator
Air conditioning throughout
Sea Recovery Watermaker
Bow and stern thrusters
Hydraulic gangway by Besenzoni
Flush deck hatches
Tender garage with sundecks and opening swim platform
Teak laid side decks
Teak laid cockpit
Underwater blue lights

Vacuum infused with discontinuous, end-grain balsa. Solid laminate in keel area. Barrier coat used to guard against osmosis. Counter-moulded structure glued and laminated to hull for strength. High-load zones cut-out for access to the hull. Subflooring in saloon area framed with aluminium. Ten in-hull ports in acrylic, bonded from exterior. Composite bulkheads are vacuum infused and fully laminated 360 degrees. Deck is vacuum infused with discontinuous, end-grain balsa. Wood coring used in high-load areas. Proprietary and highly-effective non-skid pattern is moulded into side decks and coachroof.
The transom, with a sundeck and a large garage, along with the expansive foredeck, allow for easy handling of different sizes and types of tenders.
The hull features a hard chine designed to increase performance, speed, stability, and also allows for a roomier interior. The cockpit occupies over 40% of the deck area and the hull has large windows, allowing in light and opening up the interior. The interior of the Jeanneau 64 is designed by the award winning super yacht interior designer Andrew Winch.
Isopthalic NG gelcoats used to ensure bright and lasting finish.

Length Overall: 65 ft 11 in / 20.10m
Hull length: 64 ft 1 in / 19.55m
Length on waterline: 59ft 0in / 18.00m
Beam: 17 ft 9 in / 5.41m
Draft: 7 ft 2 in / 2.20m upgraded shoal wing keel 10,550 kgs
All measurements are approximate


White painted aluminium mast
In-mast furling
White painted boom
White painted vang
Main gybe-preventer system
Below deck captive winch for main sheet
Fixed inner forestay with electric furler
Genoa on electric furler
Hydraulic adjustable backstay
Hydraulic adjustable boom vang
Aluminium whisker pole, stored on mast
Rigging for Code 0
LED spreader lights
Additional upward facing spreader lights

Two electric ST60 rewind halyard winches
Upgraded electric ST70 genoa winches
Genoa tracks on side deck for overlapping genoa, adjustable from the cockpit
Spinnaker deck fittings
Fittings and control lines for whisker pole
Double control buttons at the consoles for the rewind winches

Furling mainsail tri-radial cut - North Sails SRPC
Overlapping genoa 110% - North Sails SRPC
Self-tacking staysail for inner forestay - North Sails SRPC
Code 0 sail with continuous line furler


60.000 BTU multi zone air conditioning throughout including in skippers cabin
Light Alpi Oak interior woodwork
Milano floorboards
Upholstery in Devon leather
Carpet set for main saloon and forward cabins

Entertainment and bar area with forward facing chart table to port
Skippers cabin in forepeak
Full beam aft master cabin
Two double cabins forward
Lateral bunk cabin to starboard midships
Day heads
Electric freshwater flush toilets throughout
Electronic safe in master cabin
Innerspring mattress in master cabin
Lee cloths in forward cabins, lateral cabin and skippers cabin
Pre installation for TV in saloon
TV in master cabin

U-shaped seating area with folding luxury table on electric pedestal to starboard
Saloon table modified to be able to slide chairs underneath
Two folding armchairs in saloon
Electric pleated blinds for saloon windows with remote

Miele convection microwave / oven
Electric induction stove with ceramic burners
Electric Force 10 oven
One fridge in bar area in the saloon
Fridge and two freezer drawers in galley area
Wine/drinks fridge in galley
Miele dishwasher
Washing machine with combined dryer
Extractor fan


Shows less than 1200 hours use as at January 2021
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
Rope cutter on shaft
Engine room camera with infrared (displays on chart plotters)
Bow thruster in tunnel
Retractable stern thruster

12/24/220V system
Generator ONAN 17.5kW (in lieu of standard) shows less than 1900 hours run January 2021
Mastervolt inverter 220V/50hz 2000 VA with additional battery bank
2 x 100a/h chargers for domestic system
Engine alternator
Domestic battery bank of 420Ah (new in 2019) with pre wiring to increase capacity to 840Ah
Engine start battery
Genset start battery
Dedicated battery banks for bow thruster and stern thruster

Pressurised hot and cold water system throughout
Watermaker - Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper AM750 120 litres / hour (fitted in 2019)
Water plug and hose reel for wash down in anchor locker forward
Extra water plug-in point for wash down installed in garage
Shower in garage adjacent to swim platform

Fuel: 825 litres in two tanks (main tank is s/s and secondary moulded with transfer pump)
Water: 1000 litres in three tanks
Hot water: 80 litres
Black water: 264 litres


Raymarine instrumentation package (i70 display, tridata and wind indicator)
Raymarine autopilot with hydraulic ram
Raymarine multifunction GS125 touch screen at each helm (in lieu of standard)
Handheld remote for the autopilot
Raymarine 260 VHF with dual station and AIS receiver
AIS transponder
Fog horn and hailer
Raymarine digital radar, 4kW HD Digital

Tender fits in garage but leaves space for stowage of gear
Geniuss Open 2.70 metre RIB with folding transom
9.9 HP Mercury outboard
Electrical winch and strap with turning block in the garage for the RIB
Outboard motor bracket on pushpit
Electric air station for inflating dinghy or water toys located in garage

Retractable Besenzoni hydraulic gangway
Folding side ladders for ease of boarding when side-to
Electric windlass with capstan to aid mooring
Stainless steel anchor
100m chain
Electric washdown pump in the anchor locker (fresh and salt water)
Roll up hose in anchor locker
Eight NOMEN folding cleats
Fairleads on transom
Fenders and mooring lines

Sprayhood in Cadet Grey Sunbrella fabric with windscreen function and LED lighting
Fold-away bimini in Cadet Grey Sunbrella fabric
Bridge piece from sprayhood to bimini in Cadet Grey Sunbrella fabric
Protective covers for windows
Covers for helm stations ad winches
Protective cover in Sunbrella fabric for the cockpit tables
Cockpit cushions with backrests
Cockpit cushion insert for port-side table
Aft sundeck mattress

Fusion AV750 DVD/CD/MP3 player - one in the saloon and one in the master cabin
BOSE Acoustimass 3 speakers in saloon
Two BOSE 131 speakers in cockpit and also master cabin
TV antenna for masthead
TV pre installations in master cabin and saloon

Tables and seating area to port and starboard separated from the sailing and helming area aft
Teak laid cockpit
Kenyon fold away electric grill in aft deck locker
Fridge in cockpit
Sink in cockpit
Port side cockpit table on electric pedestal
Starboard side cockpit table on fixed pedestal
Cockpit tables vanished
Cockpit cushion for table
Extra grabrails on the helm pedastals
Extra LED lights in the cockpit, side decks and garage door

ARC completed in 2017
Please note equipment such as life rafts, EPIRBs, fire extinguishers and flares require regular servicing and or renewal. If such equipment is left on-board as part of the sale the buyer should ensure the equipment is suited to their usage plans, assume service or replacement will be required by them after purchase and complies with any flagging requirements.

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