Jeanneau to premiere DB/37 at Boot Dusseldorf


Following on from the DB/43 launched earlier this year, the French builder is expanding its new luxury dayboat range with a smaller model.


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Jeanneau DB/37 expands the new DB range


Jeanneau will unveil the DB/37 during a world premiere at Boot Düsseldorf from January 21-29,  2023. The yacht is the second model in the Groupe Beneteau brand’s new series of luxury dayboats, following on from the DB/43 that had its global debut at this year’s Cannes Yachting Festival following a media preview earlier in the year (click for article)

Also featuring exterior design by Camillo Garroni of Italy’s Garroni Design, the DB/37 is a 37-footer that has a similar streamline profile to the DB/43 as well as “unprecedented interior volume for a day boat” of this size, according to Jeanneau. The hull has been designed by US-based Michael Peters Yacht Design, who also handled naval architecture on the DB/43.

Paul Blanc, Brand Director of Jeanneau, said: “We are happy to add a second opus to the DB Yachts line, just a few months after the successful launch of the DB/43. With DB Yachts, we imagine the future of yachting, while drawing on Jeanneau’s heritage.”

The DB/43 has already earned a lot of acclaim as well as sold out well over a year’s worth of production, as revealed in an exclusive review with Paul Blanc in YACHT STYLE Issue 68.