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Cruise with this Jeanneau Prestige 46 Fly for 10 Person in Split, Croatia

Motor Yacht
2009
46 ft
10 Guests

About This Boat

A stylish, twin engine Jeanneau Prestige 46 Fly for 10 person, ready to book! Starting at €1,650 per day. There is plenty to see and do while out on the water like snorkeling, fishing, diving or simply relax aboard and experience all the comfort this beautiful yacht has to offer.

If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

The Boat

Just like the cars we drive, a boat says something about its owner. So it's no wonder people are attracted to the sleekness and sophistication of Jeanneau motoryachts.

The Jeanneau 46 is French, it's stylish, elegant and not over done. The sleek lines of the hull and the split-level cabin windows are distinctively Jeanneau. Now, slide open the stainless steel-framed cabin door and enter the unique world of the European design studio of Garroni and Musio Sale.

Clever Design

There is only so much that can be done with the interior of a 46-foot boat, but the design team has come up with something special on this Jeanneau. Clever use has been made of mahogany woodwork, cream leather and stainless steel to create a modern, elegant ambience.

There is the usual lounge with a foldout table and bench seat opposite. The adjustable table can be taken out quickly by undoing a couple of large thumbscrews. An entertainment centre has been incorporated neatly into the back of the staircase to the upper deck on the port side. The cabin is finished off with Venetian blinds on the lower windows and curtains on the top. A wooden, inlaid star feature breaks up the cabin roof lining effectively. Although the floor is laid teak and holly, the test boat had carpet, which added to the warmth of the cabin.

The galley is set down slightly, but still remains part of the main cabin, so anyone working there won't feel left out of the party. It's a unique design with two stainless hand rails either side of the entrance and a glass-serving top. It comes equipped with a cook-top and a small range hood to take away cooking smells, plus a microwave and deep drawers for plates and glasses. A neat feature is the integrated fridge door to match the surrounding cupboards and the baskets in the floor storage lockers.

The lower helm station is slightly raised, but it still remains part of the cabin. There's a seat for two people and a full set of instruments mounted in a large burl console, with a smaller one in front for the plotter and autopilot controls. The Volvo Penta EDC controls are mounted on an angle and fall readily to hand, while the switches for the genset and shore power are set under the console under a protective Perspex cover. Also incorporated in the console is a glove box, with a Perspex cover and a solid stainless steel fi ddle rail that doubles as a handle for passengers to hang onto.

Opposite the helm station is a small dinette the same height as the driver's seat. The table is set on a stainless frame and has a couple of handholds that are useful when stepping up to the seats.

Now for the big surprise! There are three cabins - four if you count the European style crew quarters aft under the circular lounge - with double berths. Not bad for a boat under 50 feet. The island berth in the owner's cabin has a slotted base and lift s up on a gas strut to get to the storage underneath. There's a couple of drawers under the bed that are so deep the cabin door needs to be closed to pull them all the way out. The berths in the guest cabins can be separated to form single bunks.

There are his and hers lined hanging lockers in the owner's cabin and the ladies will love the full-length mirror on the back of the bathroom door that opens into the cabin. There are two bathrooms featuring showers with circular screens.

Up top, the entertainment area is large. A big sun-pad lifts up to form a second seat around the circular table. There's also room for the driver and a friend at the upper helm station.

PERFORMANCE & HANDLING
The test boat was powered by twin Volvo Penta 480hp diesels. But Jeanneau is changing to Cummins for its 2006 models.

The hull has a solid feel and with the bow trimmed down slightly, the 46 cruises at 2000rpm and 17.5 knots. At 2500rpm the GPS read 26.2 knots and wide open at 2700rpm on the day we saw 28 knots. We were pushing a couple of knots of tide at the time, so on a good day it should see around 30 knots.
The engine exhaust is expelled underwater and this, coupled with the insulation around the engine room, keeps the boat quiet. At 20 knots the sound level meter read 69.5dB-A up top, while in the main cabin the level was only 71.9 dB-A.

We found a couple of nasty waves out through the Seaway, but it didn't fuss the 46. We backed off the throttles and the boat rose over the top and fell softly down the back. Outside we settled into a comfortable cruising speed of 21-22 knots with the tabs trimmed up about half way.

The handling is predictable; she rises smoothly onto the plane and turns in a wide, graceful curve. Using a combination of the engines and bow thruster it will turn around its own axis, which makes it easy to reverse park in a tight marina.

Coming back in, the Seaway felt safe, despite a couple of waves building up behind. The boat, with some bow-up trim, sat easily on the back of the wave in front.

The deck is clean with serious stainless steel mooring cleats, forward, amidships and aft . The aft cleats and fairleads are hidden under lift -up covers on the gunwales that also reveal large rope bins which keeps everything nice and tidy in the marina. There's also a feature not found on many motoryachts - the portside deck is 50mm wider than the starboard side and is designed to provide a little extra deck space if someone has to get forward in a hurry. You just have to remember to rush up the portside, although it probably doesn't matter, because the starboard side deck is 250mm wide anyway.

The Besenzoni hydraulic gangway is an optional extra and in Australia it's probably best used to lift the dinghy onto the marlin board. The gangway comes in a 110kg or 300kg version.

Pricing for the Jeanneau 46, with twin Cummins 490hp diesels, starts at $981,617 and includes a bowthruster, cushions for the foredeck sun pad, external window curtains and removable carpet in the saloon and companionway.


IN BRIEF...
From the first wooden dinghy that was made in 1957 to today's Sun Odyssey 54 DS, by way of the first fibreglass hull built in 1960, Jeanneau has accumulated considerable technical expertise and has consistently participated in world premier racing events.

The results of many years of experience and research are proven by the numerous patents belonging to Jeanneau, demonstrating the ongoing and consistent capacity for innovation held by each member of the Jeanneau team. Thanks to these technological accomplishments, to the construction methods, to the careful attention to detail during production, and to rigorous controls, the reliability of its boats has become world-renowned. This reliability was formally recognized when, in 1994, Jeanneau was officially awarded ISO 9002 certification in fiberglass boat-building ISO 9001 in 2001 and ISO 14001 in 2004.

ENGINE ROOM
The Prestige 46 was powered by twin, Volvo Penta 480hp diesels, which suited the boat well. However, Jeanneau is changing to the new Cummins Quantum Series QSC 8.3lt diesels for their 2006 models. The six-cylinder in-line, common rail, Cummins engines produce 484hp (361kW) at 2500rpm.

PERFORMANCE
The figures were recorded on the Gold Coast Broadwater in against a two-knot ebb tide using a GPS unit. 17.5 knots @ 2000 rpm, 26.2 knots @ 2500 rpm, 27 knots @ 2700 rpm

SPECIFICATIONS
LOA: 14.55m
BEAM: 4.36m
DRAFT: 1.2m
DISPLACEMENT: 12,688kg
FUEL: 1530lt
FRESHWATER: 570lt
SLEEPS: 6-10

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No smoking aboard when sailing.
1. Rent price
The price includes rent of a yacht. Harbour dues, taxes and fuel costs are not included in the price (all depends of your trips).
Skipper service is included in price and the guest is supposed to take care of his meals during the trip.
The boat is intended for a daily trip with check in time at 8AM and check out at 8PM. For overnight inquiry, there will be additional charges of 50% of the daily price applied to the total price, if there is an available booking the next day. Latest check out is at 10AM.

2. Payment conditions
The rent of yachts with complete equipment can be used only after the payment has been regularly settled.

3. Takeover of yacht
The owner will prepare a boat before it leaves so it is fully equipped with full fuel tanks and in faultless sailing condition. The boat has to be returned in the same condition.
When taking over the yacht, the owner's staff are obliged to check and carefully examine the condition of the yacht and equipment according to the inventory list. The possible damages on the yacht or its equipment, which could be done before or after the guest's takeover of the boat, do not give the right to the owner to reduce the rent's price. But, any damage that has been done while the guest was on the boat will be charged.
If the further cruise is for any reason not possible or the overdue of the disembarkation is unavoidable, the owner must be informed
in order to give further instructions. In case of a bad weather, the skipper has a right to stay in the marina until the weather gets better. The careful planning of the route and the return in the evening hours of a day before check out is recommended. In case of a malfunction of the boat, 24h since the damage has been done, the owner will bear the costs of the guests or will assure the other boat that is similar to the one that has been malfunctioned.

4. Caution-money
When taking over the yacht, caution/security deposit money according to a valid price list has to be payed. If the guest returns the yacht in a good
condition and in advance fixed time, the caution-money will be given back to the guest with no deductions. The caution/security deposit-money is to be deposited, also in case when the rent a yacht together with skipper.
In case of a personal negligence and / or loss of one or more equipment items, the guest bears all the costs.

5. Insurance
The yacht is insured against the third person damages and fully comprehensive insured for all the damages resulting from force majeure up to the registered amount of the value of the yacht.
In case of an average during the cruise where guest is not obliged to bear the charges (due to normal exhaustion or in case of overdraft
of the guarantee sum) he must receive permission (instruction) from the owner for an adequate repair.
In case of some bigger averages, as well as of those where the other boats are involved, the guest/skipper is obliged to report the case to the authorized Harbour Master's office and record in a protocol (the course of events, estimation of damage) for an insurance company.
If the guest/skipper doesn't fulfill his obligations, he can be in full charged for the costs of damage.
The damages on the sails are not covered by insurance and the guest bears the charges for these damages. The same case is with the damages on the engine caused by the lack of oil. The guest-skipper is obliged to check the oil in the engine every day.
Crew member is covered by insurance and personal belongings aren't.

6. Guests / Skipper's obligation
The Guests / Skipper's is obliged to sail within the Croatian territorial waters. For any exception the written permit must be issued.
The guest is not allowed to sub charter the yacht or re-let it to the third person, to sail at night by unsafe weather conditions,
and to violate the public rules, orders and laws. Number of persons aboard is to correspond to the crew list. The guest/skipper assumes the responsibility for the consequences of non-observance to his obligations. The owner or skipper declares that he possesses the valid license necessary for the navigation at the open sea together with UKW – radio certificate.

7. Complaints
Only written complaints, signed by both parties on the occasion of return of the yacht will be taken into consideration.

8. Arbitration
All the possible disagreements or disputes that cannot be settled peacefully will be under the jurisdiction of the Owner's court in Split.

Experienced skipper can mingle with you or leave you in private, if you need it. High references with all of our guests.

If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Details

  • Type: Motor Yacht
  • Capacity: 10 People
  • Year: 2009
  • Rental Minimum: 1 day
  • Length: 46 ft
  • Cancellation: 50% Refund 30 Days Prior

Rental Requirements

Chartering a boat requires a security deposit which would cover any accidental damage caused by you or one of your crew. It is taken by the charter operator on the spot and is returned to you at the end of the trip after the boat is inspected and no damage is found.

Specs

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Twin Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel

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