The Jeanneau Velasco 37F proves to be a seriously practical and well-rounded flybridge cruiser

Product Overview

Jeanneau Velasco 37F

Pros:

  • Safe and practical decks
  • Loads of storage
  • Two good cabins
  • Solid seakeeping
  • Well priced

Cons:

  • May be a bit slow for some
  • Not the most exciting thing to look at
  • Finish is unfussy if lacking in flourish

Product:

Jeanneau Velasco 37F review

Manufacturer:

Price as reviewed:

£280,000.00 (On the water)
With pod-drive systems here, full-beam master cabins there and more glass on board than a window-fitters Transit van, modern boats are becoming more and more complex.

But the Jeanneau Velasco 37F cuts a simple, straight-talking dash against the more outlandish designs we see coming out of some yards these days.

It has a reliable pair of Volvo Penta D4 300hp diesels – the only engine option – attached to the traditionalist’s choice of twin shaft drives.

It has two cabins, a master in the bow and a twin guest amidships, opposite a shared bathroom that caters for both cabins, although it is ensuite to the master. You see, this is just like the good old days!

Our video review of the Jeanneau Velasco 37F from the London Boat Show

There is a practically laid out dinette opposite a galley with all the kit you could wish for on a boat of this size and, at the lower helm, two people can sit on the double bench plus there is a handy side door out to the starboard deck.

  1. 1. Introduction
  2. 2. Flybridge layout
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