Just a few months after the launch of the extraordinary DB/43, Jeanneau added a second model to its DB line at Boot Düsseldorf in the form of the Jeanneau DB/37...
Similarities between the two boats arevery pronounced. Like the 43, the Jeanneau DB/37 is the result of a collaboration between Camillo Garroni and Michael Peters Yacht Design and, like the 43, it is expected to operate as a day boat, a party boat and a cruiser, all in one.
The new DB/37 comes with the option of fold-down bulwarks on both sides – and because the bulwarks are so high, the extra space afforded by these terraces is very significant.
Thanks to its long hardtop with overhead sunroof, open sides and aft stanchions, the Jeanneau DB/37 also applies the same kind of versatility to the semi-enclosed cockpit as the 43.
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That cockpit uses an aft sunpad, a convertible central dinette and a wet bar backing onto a trio of helm seats and orbited by symmetrical walkaround side decks. Further forward, the raised foredeck hints at the huge volume down below for the forward double cabin.
Jeanneau is describing the DB/37 as “the perfect representation of the DB Yachts line, with unprecedented interior volume for a day boat”.