Jeanneau 64 | 2015

849,000 Tax Paid | Athens Greece

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  • 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 Drive
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 8
  • Cabins 3
  • Aft Cabins 2
  • Ancasta Ref 36698
  • Name Balladeer


When it comes to mass production super yachts, they don't come prettier than the Jeanneau 64 with her graceful lines and swan-like presence on the water. As if looks were not enough, she'll easily hold 12 kts all day under canvas but comfortably sleep up to 10 people.

Balladeer is a very special example of this popular yacht because her professional skipper has kept her in such pristine condition and both he and the owner have upgraded her spec with some very wise additions. Gone is the standard 100 l/hr watermaker upgrade and in its place is a commercial version, producing a hefty 400 l/hr - ensuring you can stay away from marinas for weeks at a time and still enjoy long daily showers for everyone on board. They've also had fitted a powerful WiFi system that will pick up signal up to 12 miles from shore. It has clearly been a dream partnership for them both because the owner had Jeanneau fit a brilliantly practical (and unique) owner's cabin and bespoke light wooden floor throughout during production. Together they have ensured that Balladeer is one of the finest 64's ever built...and now you, too, can benefit from all this expertise by becoming her new owner.




Jeanneau 64 - Balladeer layout


Designed by Philippe Briand and Winch Designs
Hull number 12
Commercially coded under Malta flag until March 2026
Last antifouled & anoded: Winter 23 ( re-anoding to be done Winter 23)
Last out of water: Winter 2023
Propeller last 'Propspeed' coated: Winter '23

Cast iron shoal keel
Hard chine
Teak laid foredeck, side decks and coachroof with upgraded grey caulking
Twin steering wheels in leather covered stainless steel
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



Triple swept-back spreader design
Stainless steel standing rigging
New Spar Craft mast and spreaders fitted in 2020
Running backstays fitted in 2020
North Sails SRPC: upgraded mainsail, genoa, blade/jib, storm jib, self tacking staysail and gennaker (all 2016)
Overlapping (110%) genoa on primary forestay (electric furling)
Self tacking staysail for inner forestay (electric furling)
Continuous 14mm line ('German' system) for trimming mainsail
Upgrade to white painted mast and furling boom
2 x Harken 70.2 electric self-tailing genoa winches
2 x Harken 60.2 electric winches
Upgrade to Antel Maxi Grip 12/14mm clutches (5 on each side) - with Antel organisers for proper routing
New main and spinnaker halyards, new main, Genoa and blade sheet



Bespoke light wood interior
Upgraded interior woodwork to Alpi light oak furniture with dark Milano floorboards for a bright interior
Air conditioning 220V/50hz multi zone via circulating chilled water 60,000 BTU
All toilets electric with freshwater flush (bar crew cabin)
White ceramic sinks to all washrooms (bar crew cabin)
Fans to all cabins (inc.crew cabin)
Lee cloth kit for all cabins

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
Saloon cushions in 'Mulberry' fabric
Main electric panel to starboard of companionway
U-shaped seating area with upgraded luxury full length dining table on electric pedestal (becomes double bed)
Separate chart table (with fwd facing seating) on stbd aft of u-shaped seating
Pencils box at chart table
Engine access behind companionway steps
Double sofa to port (with hinged storage compartments beneath)
2 x folding armchairs in 'Dedon Sail Dove'
3 x lamps
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)
Hinged floors with struts (under sofa)
Flush deck hatches (x4) - with pleated shade and insect screen
Docking station for IPod / IPhone
Fusion AV700 DVD/CD/CD/MP3 player with BOSE Acoustimass 3 speakers
Samsung Smart TV (on fwd stbd. saloon bulkhead)

Galley extractor fan
NEFF microwave oven and grill (electric)
3 burner gas hob and oven
Corian Aurora work surfaces on galley top counters in 'Linen' grey spot (upgrade from std. 'Bisque')
Stainless steel main and second sink
Chrome mixer tap (with spray nozzle)
Fully extending drawers (with soft closing facility)
Miele dishwasher 220v
Sliding waste bin (under sink)
Shelf for ice trays
2 x opening deck hatches
Fresh water filter tap (with Octo Marine Seagull IV cartridge - exp. 2024)
Salt water tap to galley sink with foot pump
Wine bottle cooler in galley return
Full size fridge and freezer

Bespoke double cabin with 2 x 'His and Hers' beds (port and stbd)
Queen Size Bed (1.6m width) to stbd
Small Double Bed (1.25m width) to port
Alcantara Velvet blue headboards to both beds with lamps
Extra shelf in front of port cabin bed
'His and Hers' en-suite shower rooms to port and stbd - both with electric freshwater flush toilets and showers
Vanity mirror in shower rooms - with storage behind
Corian Aurora to shower bottom and sink counter
Electronic safe in port side cupboard
Ample storage lockers to both port and stbd
Ample hanging storage and drawers to both port and stbd
Storage under both beds

En-suite shower room with electric fresh-water flush WC
Very spacious twin beds with reading lights (75cm width)
Under bed drawer storage
Drawer and hanging storage
Reading lights to both beds

En-suite shower room with electric fresh-water flush WC
King size double bed - both with reading lamps
Under bed drawer storage
Reading lights x2
Sofa to stbd of bed
Under bed storage
Ample storage (both hanging and drawers) at entrance
Siemens washing machine/dryer 220v in large 'wet locker' (storage cabinet above) - in gangway to cabin entrance

Crew Cabin with 2 x bunk beds, sink, shower, toilet, holding tank and fan - 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
Electric washdown pump in anchor locker (fresh and seawater)
Roll-up hose in anchor locker

2 x BOSE 131 cockpit speakers
Steering area with twin helm consoles, winches and engine controls
Second companionway - providing access to port aft twin cabin via curved opening hatch
Curved opening hatch to stbd 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 (fits Williams 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 unit to port with sink unit to stbd
Retractable hydraulic 'letterbox' passarelle
Push button sailing controls
Fully opening electric transom - converting to bathing platform - with tender handling system
Helm consoles in white
Twin steering wheels in leather covered stainless steel
Second windlass control at helm with chain counter
Inlets for shore power cables (under starboard helm seat)
Hot and cold water shower (at transom in garage)
Fold down boarding ladder for side gates
Fairleads on transom



VOLVO D4 180HP DIESEL (c 3,650 hrs to Jan '24)
Electronic single lever engine throttle on starboard side helm console
Engine service history in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations
Flexifold 3 blade folding prop

Upgraded 2500W Mastervolt Pure Sine inverter 220v/50hz x 2 - new in 2023
NEW generator fitted April '24
Shore power: 240V/50 HZ x 2
Dolphin 240V battery charger x 2
New Victron Argdiode (service battery charging from engine)
Air conditioning: Cruizair multi zone via circulating chilled water 60.000 BTU (upgraded 2 x chillers & 7 x handlers)
Additional domestic batteries 24V 420 a/h with 100A charger (batteries replaced 2023)
Generator battery (replaced 2023)
Bowthruster (24V) - mounted in 250mm tunnel with dedicated 24V battery bank (250 KgF)
Retractable Sternthruster - with dedicated 24V battery bank (250 KgF) - 4 x new batteries replaced '23
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: 350 litres
Seamar SM350 watermaker (250-400l/h) 220V/24V
Water Heating System: Quick Nautic B3 (80L) - pressurised (with auto valve)



Plastimo Olympic 135 compass x 2
Airmar speed / log
Raymarine i60 Wind
Raymarine RS150 GPS
Raymarine GS 125 plotters (on cockpit consoles) x 2
Raymarine GS 95 plotter (at chart table)
Cannard Marine EPIRB
Raymarine 650 Class B AIS
Raymarine Raymic VHF
ICOM GMDSS Class A - with inbuilt DSC and AIS (flag approved)
Raymarine EV100 autopilot + handheld remote
JRC NCR-333 Navtex (2020) - type approved
Raymarine HD Color 4KW Radar
AIS Transponder
Airmar Echosounder
Display of GPS information on main saloon TV screen
ECI Volvo / Raymarine Interface

Digital Raydome 4kw HD 4G antenna fitted at first spreader
Foghorn and hailer
6 person liferaft x 2 (last serviced 2022)
SART Ocean Safety (2020)
Full set of flares (2024)
Lifebuoys x 3
Lifejackets x 12
Bungs at every seacock
High water alarm at helm
Auto FN200 fire fighting equipment
Additional Carbon Monoxide detectors in engine room and main bilge
All sea water hoses fireproofed in engine room
Fire Extinguishers x 11 (x4 Auto, x7 Manual) - exp May 2024
Sea water firefighting pump (petrol run) with hose and branch
Gas and fire sensors in all machinery and electrical spaces as well as guest and crew areas
Handheld searchlight
Fire blanket
Emergency tiller

24V 3000W Quick Dave 3000W windlass with remote - with new windlass sensor
Windlass control/chain counter at helm
60Kg & 50Kg Delta anchors with 120m x 14mm chain (2m warp bitter end)
Upgrade to fresh/salt water wash down in anchor locker
Stern pushpit
Forward pulpit
Transom fairleads
Boarding ladder
Hydraulic 'Bensensoni' extending passerelle
Electric air pump in garage
Shore water connection in cockpit (with water pressure regulator)
Warps x 6
Fenders (inflatable, very useful for storage) x 8
Boathook x 1
4G Extream Wifi
Bombard inflatable 'luggage' dinghy with 2.5HP Suzuki 4 stroke outboard

Cockpit table covers in Natte Stone Sunbrella
Sprayhood in Silver Suntt (fully collapsible) - with lights
Multi-part folding bimini in Silver Suntt Sunbrella - with lights
Forward sundeck mattress in Natte Stone
Aft sundeck mattress in Natte Stone
Covers for helms and winches
Cockpit cushions with backrests and consoles in Natte Stone

Full set engine spares
Genset spares kit

Aquamarine Sups paddleboards x2
Snorkelling gear

Set of O'Brien waterskis
O'Brien Impact Jackets (Small x1; Medium x1; Large x 1)
Jobe Ski line
Highfield tender with 50HP Honda 4 Stroke outboard


Broker Comments

Balladeer is unique in many ways. But her bespoke forward Owner's Cabin layout makes her stand out from other Jeanneau 64s, because it is as practical as it is inspired. We all like the idea of a full beam, aft cabin but in reality it can become a noisy, 'bustly' and airless living space. The ideal location, we all know, is as close to midships as possible - and this is what Balladeer's owner has achieved by getting Jeanneau to combine the two separate forward doubles into one full beam 'mega double', creating two large 'his & hers' beds in one cabin with storage space designed for four people. The added benefit is the 'his & hers' separate en suites just forward of the cabin and (a big bonus) four large opening cabin deck hatches (plus two in the shower rooms) - giving plenty of fresh air at night: a very special 'cakeist' solution indeed!

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Purchase Information

Ancasta are acting as brokers for the vendor who is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended only as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract.

A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and to have the vessel fully surveyed by a qualified marine surveyor. Details are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Ancasta brokerages. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice. Please Note: where the vessel’s status shows as “Preliminary”, details of the vessel have not yet been confirmed by the Vendor.

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