NC9 benefits in brief:
- Light and airy interior with impressive window areas.
- Innovative floor planning with f.ex 3 reversible seats.
- Easy to handle with side walks and smart doors/windows.
- Low fuel consumption, which provides a long, economical reach.
- High hull sides with lockable aft doors to ensure that children/dogs remain on board.
Jeanneau is a French shipyard that has been manufacturing boats since 1957 and has since 1995 been part of group Beneteau.
The "New Concept" series is designed as a versatile series with smart floor planning that strive to optimize the boat's area of use.
In addition to its sharp looks, the NC 9 has inherited more features from its bigger model siblings, including the two closable cabins, the smartly repositioned steering position (on port side), the electric roof hatch and the slideable rear sofa - here available in an optimized format.
This NC 9 is sold and used in Sweden, French named Océane (which means sea), have had the same owner since it was taken out in 2015 and has since then been winter stored indoors with yearly maintenance.
The equipment list includes bow thruster, front and aft electric windlass, heater, stern canopy, trim tabs, teak flooring, bottom painting, solar panel, sun pads and much more.
Volvo Penta's well-known D4 with 260hp gives an economic consumption of about 0.9 L/NM in 7 knots/as well as about 2 L/NM in about 18 knots and a maximum speed of 24 knots which provides the potential for long archipelago trips, without having to spend too much on fuel.
With her first about 350 hours, this NC9 will now be handed over to the next family in favor of a larger boat purchase.
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