Jeanneau reveals details of this new experience in premium day boating

Jeanneau DB/37

Jan 30, 2023

Jeanneau expands its DB Yachts line with a second model: the new DB/37, available in inboard and outboard versions.

Jeanneau reaffirms its ambition to develop the market of premium day boats by meeting the expected codes in this segment while offering unexpected solutions. Benefiting from all the savoir-faire and creativity of Jeanneau, the DB/37 features a streamlined silhouette designed by Camillo Garroni, with a distinctive personality. This new model perfectly represents the DB Yachts line, upholding the core principles that made the DB/43 a success. The deck plan privileges exterior space and easy movement on board, and while at anchor, side terraces can extend the cockpit toward the sea.

Faithful to the promise of the DB Yachts line, “MORE THAN YOU EXPECT,” the DB/37 seduces all those adept at cruising with private living spaces and a refined interior, unique aboard a day boat. Inviting and protective, the DB/37 is designed for you to fully benefit from the sea, to experience and share unforgettable moments. A true party boat, with an optimal interior layout, she also offers the possibility of extended stays onboard… all of this with the stylish allure of elegant lines.

A DYNAMIC, ELEGANT STYLE
Italian designer, Camillo Garroni gave birth to the new DB/37 by drawing an elegant silhouette with a sporty flair, a true characteristic of the DB Yachts line.

The development of the DB/37 constituted a veritable stylistic challenge. Our objective was to perpetuate the distinguishing character of the DB Yachts line, initiated by the DB/43, all while conserving this ability to meet all the expectations of those who love the sea in a more compact boat. Thus, the DB/37 displays an unexpected elegance at this level, notably due to codes from the world of the automobile, all while offering exceptional interior volumes and a high level of comfort. ~ Camillo Garroni, Designer

It is also in the details that the character of the DB/37 is expressed, playful as the light reflected by her extended lines and carefully studied forms, borrowed from the world of high- performance automobiles.

The hull designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design features excellent handling. This new model is available in an inboard version, with twin Volvo D4-320 engines and Sterndrive, as well as an outboard version with engine power of up to 2×400 HP. The DB/37 boasts joystick control to facilitate handling and manoeuvres at port.

AN OPEN, GENEROUS BOAT
The DB/37 benefits from her full-beam design, utilizing the full width of the hull as living space.

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