Jeanneau unveils Merry Fisher flagship
The French builder has launched the Merry Fisher 1295 Fly ahead of the model’s world premiere at the Cannes Yachting Festival.
The Merry Fisher 1295 Fly features triple outboards
Jeanneau has launched the Merry Fisher 1295 Fly, which features three 300hp Yamaha outboard engines and is the new series flagship. A big step up for Merry Fisher models, the 1295 Fly has an overall length of 41ft 2in, making it almost 7ft longer than the 1095, the former flagship and first model in the range to offer a flybridge.
The drop-down platform to starboard
The Merry Fisher 1295 Fly has a large aft cockpit featuring an L-shaped sofa and an electrically controlled starboard terrace that can be used as a balcony over the sea, providing easy access to the sea. Up front, accessed by two walkways, the foredeck features three integrated sun loungers.
The flybridge has seating and sunbathing areas
The large flybridge offers large social spaces with a C-shaped sofa and a table to port, while there’s also a refrigerator and an optional galley. The upper helm is to starboard, while forward is a full-width sunbathing area protected by a curved windscreen.
The aft galley connects with the cockpit
The cockpit and interior are well integrated, with the galley open to the outdoors and offering a pop-up bar top aft that further links the inside and outside.
The saloon features a C-shaped sofa
The saloon enjoys good natural light from the windows and features C-shaped seating around the main table to port. To starboard is the helm featuring a dual GPS screen as well as joystick and autopilot technology, while the skipper enjoys easy access and fresh air through a starboard door.
The owner’s suite is in the bow
Forward stairs lead to the lower deck, which offers three guest cabins including the owner suite with en-suite bathroom in the bow, while the two guest cabins midships share a portside day head that includes a separate shower.
One of the two midships guest cabins
Designed for triple 300hp outboards, the hull has been developed to plane early, even at moderate speeds, to improve fuel efficiency and comfort. The Merry Fisher 1295 Fly can also be equipped with a generator, air-conditioning, a gyroscopic Seakeeper stabiliser and a hydraulic gangway.