The Jeanneau Prestige 46 is one of the most sought-after in the Prestige range for very good reason; she has three very good cabins with a fourth crew cabin which offers great versatility for taking family and friends. The hull design gives a very comfortable and stable ride as now expected from Jeanneau. Her twin Cummings QSC 8.3 liter 500HP engines give her ample power to reach the 30 knots maximum speed in comfort and allows her to cruise happily at 23-24 knots. Photographs are of the actual boat. Afloat on the south coast and viewing by appointment only. To arrange an appointment to view please contact Ancasta Poole and Portland on - Click here to reveal phone number - r email - Click to contact -
Plastimo Compass upper and lower helm stations
Raymarine DSC VHF dual helm station
Raymarine E120 Muliti function GPS Plotter dual helm station ( flybridge installed 2015)
Raymarine ST60+ Tri Data dual helm station
Raymarine ST6002 auto pilot dual helm station
Raymarine 4KW Radar
Raymarine AIS 350/650 transpond and receive (installed 2015)
Anchor, chain and warp
Lewmar electric windlass
Electric mooring windlass
Reverse Cycle air conditioning/heating
Passerel (300kg) - launches dinghy
Beige cockpit cover
Intellian satellite TV tracking system
23" TV in Saloon and 19" Master cabin
Clock + barometer in saloon
Transom shower (with hot and cold)Two 4 man life rafts (will now need servicing)
Deck, bathing platform, cockpit and flybridge lighting
Concealed courtesy deck lighting
Tender, outboard, and Sky box not included in the specification.
JEANNEAU PRESTIGE 46, 2009
Performance Luxury Power Yacht, designed by Jeanneau Design / Garroni and Musio and built by Jeanneau in France
Cream GRP Hull, Deck and Superstructure
Teak Laid decks to cockpit, bathing platform, steps and flybridge.
Last out of water in September 2018 (jet wash hull and new anodes)
Last Anti-fouled March 2018
L.O.A. 14.55m ( 47' 7 " )
L.W.L. 11.65m ( 38' 2" )
BEAM 4.36m ( 14' 3" )
DRAFT 1.2m ( 3' 9" )
All figures are approximate
TWIN CUMMINS QSC8.3 500HP DIESEL ENGINES
Engine hours: approx. 543/544 (November19)
Engines last serviced - Aug 2018 by Cummins
Running gear + props polished (September, 2018)
Engine instrumentation at helm
Max Power bow thruster 10hp
Lenco trim tabs (controls at both lower helm + flybridge)
12v domestic and engine batteries
2 x bow thruster batteries
Batteries new 2017
Batteries charged by engine alternators and battery charger
Cummins Onan generator 7kw 241 hours use (November 2019)
230v sockets (extra outlet in saloon, galley, crew cabin, engine room, and Forward Owners Cabin)
2 x 765 litre fuel tanks
570 litre water in two tanks
Holding tank with three-way valve
Pressurized hot and cold water in galley and heads
Water heated by calorifier and/or 240v immersion heater
Fresh water to both toilets
All figures are approximate
SLEEPS SEVEN IN THREE CABINS + CREW CABIN
Access to Lydina is via the teak-laid swim platform and through a port-side doorway. The cockpit area is also teak laid and has a modified beige cockpit canopy for greater comfort that encloses the cockpit area (new 2018). To the rear of the cockpit there is a 'C' shaped seating area. To starboard of the seating area is the access to the crew cabin which has a single berth and a heads compartment.
Access from the cockpit to the saloon is through a large double stainless steel framed glass sliding door. The saloon is laid to beige carpet and the upholstery is in cream leather.To starboard is the "U" shaped seating area with a large deluxe saloon table. Opposite and to port there is a further seating area with a cupboard to the stern. Forward and also on the port side is the sunken galley area: this includes a double sink with mixer tap, a double plate electric hob, a microwave/grill oven and fridge and various drawers and cupboards. The worktops are white and made of Corian.
To the starboard side and forward of the cockpit is the helm station with a range of dials, gauges and controls, with a double cream leather pilots seat. Forward and to starboard side there is a very useful dinette with seating for four with cream leather upholstery and a deluxe wooden table.
There are three steps down to the cabin companionway. All cabins and companionway are laid to beige carpet. Along the companionway and to starboard is the VIP cabin with double berth and a storage cupboard. Forward and next to the VIP cabin are the day heads, complete with Jabsco electric toilet, washbasin and shower with revolving screen. Opposite and to port is the second guest cabin with twin berths (with infill for a double) and a storage cupboard. Forward and at the end of the companionway is the master cabin with an island double berth with two storage drawers beneath. There are two further storage cupboards: one to port and one to starboard,. A door to port gives access to the en-suite heads compartment - complete with Jabsco electric toilet, washbasin and shower with revolving screen.
The flybridge is accessed via the cockpit to port side and up seven teak laid steps with alternate courtesy lighting. The flybridge is laid to teak. On the starboard side there is a large dual purpose cream PVC seat/sun-lounger - with further seating forward to give a good sized dinette area, with a central table that has an additional wooden table top. Forward is the helm station with a range of dials, gauges and controls and a double/triple cream PVC pilots seat. The flybridge has both a Bimini top and all over flybridge cover. Courtesy deck lighting.
There is access to the forward decks form both port and starboard via three steps laid to teak.
All of the interior wood is Mahogany.
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