NEW FOR 2019, THE JEANNEAU NC 37 

Jeanneau NC 37

Feb 19, 2019

New for the 2019 season is the NC 37; the perfect cruising boat. The NC (New Concept) Range was introduced in 2010 and has become a reference in the market. What makes the NC Range so unique is the concept of “life on one level.” No need to walk down steps to use the galley or step up to the helm station — everything you need is on one level. A hull designed by Michael Peters ensures a smooth ride all while being economical thanks to the twin diesel sterndrive.

The NC 37 features recessed side decks, as well as a side door at the helm station which allows direct access to the decks while cruising. First implemented on the NC 33, the side access door is now among the key features of the line. An indisputable improvement for safe access on board! This new model benefits from the latest innovation in the series: the large sliding glass door opens fully onto the aft cockpit. The layout has been redesigned so that the galley is also open to the exterior, with a central bar, connecting the interior and the exterior spaces. The NC 37 offers a sizable living space, due to the large interior salon, central galley and exterior cockpit. In the cockpit the modular, L-shaped sofa can be converted into a sun pad. The teak table has cupholders and is foldable. You can also opt for the fixed or electric sliding sun awning that extends from the roof for sun protection. Forward, the large sundeck can accommodate a canopy for sun protection and offers numerous storage compartments. 

BRIGHT AND MODULAR 
The panoramic windows and very large open sunroof bathe the interior with light. The galley is on floor level and offers tons of storage, bar, gas cooktops and fridge of 21 Gal. The salon folding and sliding table has cup holders and can be transformed to a double berth (option). The helm station has a bolster seat with adjustable helm stand for all captains. The tilting co-pilot bench seat can be converted to transform the space into an L-shaped seating area. 

MORE VOLUME 
Down below, the guest cabin and owner’s cabin (similar in size) both offer comfortable standing headroom. A third cabin configuration is available or can be used as a storage space. A second refrigerator can be integrated into this space. The NC 37 has a bathroom with separate shower compartment and separate head compartment. This is a unique feature on a boat in this category! This well-proportioned and inviting interior also facilitates life on board with a multitude of storage compartments. 

The NC 37 made its North American debut at the 2019 Miami International Boat Show.

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