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2014 Jeanneau NC 9

Request Price Westbrook, Connecticut
Make Jeanneau
Model NC 9
Year 2014
Condition New
Price Request Price
Type Power
Class Cruiser
Length 31 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Westbrook, Connecticut
LOA 30 ft 11 in
Beam 10 ft 4 in
Max Draft 2 ft 11 in
Dry Weight 10648 lb
Engine Type Inboard/Outboard
Engine Make Volvo Penta (Diesel)
Engine Model D4 (260hp) w/Bow Thruster
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 260 hp
Fuel Tanks 1 x 79 gal (UK)
Fresh Water Tanks 1 x 42 gal (UK)
Holding Tanks 1
Windlass Electric Windlass


Designed by Garroni and Premorel Concept, the NC9 is a totally new take on space and life aboard.

Contemporary elegance is complemented by total transparency and seamless space. The modular internal features are restrained and comfortable: cabins, huge bathroom, saloon, storage…and more. Sterndrive transmission, joystick controls, and carefully-chosen diesel engine power are responsible design features. A sophisticated product that will appeal to true connoisseurs.
A panoramic view and a fully equipped helm station make coastal cruising easy and enjoyable. Volvo Penta Diesel Engine with Bow Thruster make it even better. Bright natural lighting and excellent ventilation bring you closer to the elements.


  • Volvo Penta Diesel D4 (260hp)
  • Bow Thruster
  • Electronics Package (Raymarine Touch Screen Chartplotter & Sounder)
  • Mooring Kit
  • Anchoring Kit
  • Forward Sun Pad w/ Cover
  • Shore/City Water Pressure Intake
  • Remote Spotlight
  • Air Conditionning w/ Reverse Cycle Heat

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A panoramic view and a fully equipped helm station make coastal cruising easy and enjoyable. Diesel Volvo Penta D4 (260hp) w/ Bow Thruster. Aboard this powerful and secure silhouette, with less than a metre of draught and anchor at the ready, everything is made easy. For those with gourmet palettes, the protective high freeboard conceals large storage lockers equipped with a generous pantry for keeping your fine wines. Simple pleasures! In the cockpit, an open, modular design makes for a truly comfortable living space. Three sliding glass panels disappear in one smooth motion, while bench seating can be repositioned easily, forward or back, to suit your needs. A bright, contemporary interior with darker contrasting touches opens up the space. Movement onboard is easy, even on the sidedecks. Clouds play, reflected in the open glass panels. The sun sets as the boat glides effortlessly through the water. It is an enchanting moment. The dream has become reality, and all is well. Total relaxation The glass doors are open and the bench seats pushed back for a dinner under the soft light of the setting sun. It is a time for peaceful relaxation. Unless perhaps some friends drop by, the table is extended and the bench seats pulled in closer for a festive dinner. Open to the cockpit, the galley leaves no one isolated and boasts a view of the sea. While under way, it is entirely integrated into the salon furniture. The classic or microwave oven is built in. Hot water is supplied by the engine or shore power. In cooler weather, just close the sliding glass doors and sunroof, slide the bench seats up to the interior table and turn on the heater. Relax in style, whether you choose to listen to the sound system or relax to the sounds of the ocean. Enter the owner’s cabin through elegant dark curtains and discover the bedroom of your dreams with a view of the sea, complemented by a white décor with dark contrasting tones. A reading light contributes to the comfortable atmosphere, as well as natural lighting provided by the deck hatch. The aft cabin holds a twin berth. A Generously sized head compartment make it even better. Bright natural lighting and excellent ventilation bring you closer to the elements.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



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