We present 'Jonesy Buoy' a lovely Jeanneau Merry Fisher 795 that was built and launched in 2017, fitted with a Yamaha 175hp 4-Stroke outboard engine. This example holds a large specification which includes a bow thruster, Lowrance Chartplotter and VHF Radio, toilet with a holding tank and much more. Hardley used only 25 hours on the engine and even the cushions have the plastic wrapping still on! Lying Conwy Marina, North Wales.
The new Merry Fisher 795 adopts a dynamic and rewarding design, both inside and out. All the innovations of the recent Merry Fisher 695 can be found on board, plus many more!
With a lot of light, the new Merry Fisher 795 combines a new dynamic profile with a large number of innovations to improve on-board comfort and to ensure that it remains the market reference.
MERRY FISHER 795: THE MOST CHIC WEEKENDER
Jeanneau Merry Fisher 795, built by Jeanneau in 2017
GRP hull, deck, and superstructure
Copper coated hull
Fitted with a Yamaha 175hp 4-stroke engine (Only 25 hours!).
Yamaha control box and pre-rigging
12v & 240v systems
12v Batteries charged via engine alternator or 240v battery charger
240v Shore support c/w cable
Pressurised freshwater system
Trim Level Premiere 2017 includes:-
Wheelhouse sliding roof hatch
Aft cockpit bench cushions
2nd Port windscreen wiper
Sliding port and starboard windows
Saloon backrest cushion & double berth conversion in saloon
Anchor, chain and warp
Fenders and mooring warps
U-Shaped cockpit seating with additional storage
Table & sundeck cushion conversion kit
Lowrance Combo Elite-7 Ti GPS Chartplotter
Lowrance VHF radio
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Forward cabin with large double berth with storage beneath (Cushions still have plastic wrapping on, never slept in)
Head compartment with sea toilet and holding tank
Light and airy saloon with dinette seating to port and galley opposite to starboard.
Saloon table converts into a double berth.
Galley comprises of a luxury galley, gas stove and sink with pressurised fresh water supply.
Helm station forward of the galley to starboard with large flip bolster helm seat and console housing the chartplotter, VHF radio, and engine instrumentation.