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05-03-2010 08:53 PM
blt2ski Most of us with older Jeanneau's, feel they are better built etc than the newest XXi series boats, more actual wood, less plastizised wood etc.

I have a mid 80', I believe the mid 90's versions are on par, then around 02 a few changes/redesigns occured until 07-08 when the i series came out. Any rig up to that point should be reasonably built.

Another forum/site you can check, is
Forum - jeanneau owners network - Home
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05-03-2010 12:04 PM
1990s era Jenneau?

Can anyone with direct knowledge comment on the build quality of 1990's era Jenneaus? Especially the ones built for the charter trade.

Should read 1990*

Thanks in advance,

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