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07-11-2011 12:43 AM
Zanshin FarCry - No dishes are included in the base price, but perhaps you could help me there
Paolo - I opted to purchase her through Jeanneau in the USA, so am taking delivery in Annapolis, MD and then sailing down to the Caribbean in November. She should be finished in late July (before the factory in France shuts down for summer break) then shipped to the USA and commissioned there.
07-10-2011 05:43 PM
PCP Seems near completion. Will you sail it from Europe or will it be shipped?


07-10-2011 02:22 PM
FarCry Wow!!! You must really be excited. That is a truly massive mill indeed to fit a vessel of that size inside! I look forward to seeing her in person on the local waters. Does it come with dishes?
07-06-2011 12:40 AM
Jeanneau Factory Tour - J57 pictures

I was fortunate enough to visit the Jeanneau factory in Les Herbiers on July 4th and get a tour of the production and manufacturing process. As an added bonus, I was able to see my future boat, hull Nr. 68, in the final stages of production. I posted some pictures of the factory (and some touristy pictures of nearby Nantes) at

Jeanneau Factory Tour

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