With the new modern Marc Lombard hull design, a truly innovative deck plan and comfort and modernity below, it is no wonder that the Jeanneau 410 monohull was voted Best Midsize Cruiser 2019 by Cruising World Magazine. Sailing has probably never been so enjoyable aboard a 41-footer.
Some of the highlights of this fantastic monohull include:
- Sleek, modern and racy looking lines
- A hard chine running the full length along the hull and a deck with reverse sheer
- A uniquely designed walk-round deck with gently sloping side decks
- Twin wheels, double rudder, electric winches and choice of sail plan
- Fully air-conditioned, generator and choice of 4 interior configurations
- Easy to sail and very comfortable to live aboard
Great living space and innovation on deck
The new model Jeanneau 410 has introduced a truly innovative deck layout that is completely original. The new “walk around” side deck slopes gently down towards the helm station each side so that there is no more clambering over thwarts and coamings to get from cockpit to side deck – you simply walk around the helm.
The spacious cockpit has comfortable seating for six, a large cockpit table with folding leaves, twin wheels and an extra large electronic swim platform. The wide split backstay gives a very open easy access when boarding.
The engine start panel is incorporated into the central cockpit mould together with autopilot, steering compass and table/transom and light controls. Electric Harken winches operated directly from the cockpit make short-handed sailing easy, safe and stress-free.
Up forward an integrated composite bowsprit houses the anchor and pushes the bow roller away from the stem and adds a sleek aesthetic look to the bow as well.
Under power and sail
The standard engine is the Yanmar 40 with shaft drive, but this can be upgraded to a 45HP. The standard 40HP will deliver over 6 knots at 2100rpm in smooth water and just under 8knots with full throttle. She generally handles well and adding an optional bow thruster will make close-quarters manoeuvring in reverse even easier.
A double-spreader Z-spar mast, standard mainsail with sail bag and a 115 per cent genoa comes as standard giving you a total of 865 square feet of sail area. There are no jib tracks on deck due to the use of friction rings on the headsail sheets. However, you can opt for in-mast furling and a self-tacking jib with a track just ahead of the mast for even easier sail handling.
Below deck style
Designed by Jean-Marc Piaton and his team the interior design reveals the stunning potential for a sailboat of this size. There is an option for two or three cabins with one or two heads. With a single head the forward Queen size berth on the centerline with access from both sides.
In the 2 head version, the forward double berth is offset, giving a Queen size double to starboard with plenty of storage under the bed and an en-suite head and shower on the port side. The two doubles aft, share a head and shower which is on the starboard side of the saloon. There is no compromise in space here as the hard chined hull flares out above the waterline ensuring maximum space inside.
There is space and functionality aplenty: a decent forward facing chart table/Nav station and L shaped galley to port, with a two or three-burner stove and oven, and double sinks. The removable sink backsplash doubles as an extra countertop. Forward of the galley is a chaise lounge that can extend and convert to a berth or daybed. To starboard, there is a generous folding dining table and there is plentiful storage under the seats. The table can also lower to form an extra berth.
The interior finish is pure Jeanneau. Fabric-covered bulkhead panels provide some sound attenuation and the Alpi wood finish is available in either teak or grey cedar. Headroom in the galley is 6’ 3” and in the saloon 6’ 5” which is impressive.
If you would like to buy a Jeanneau 410 for private use, or for placing in our highly regarded charter fleet in the Caribbean, or would simply like to learn more about this or another Jeanneau model email Robin Hodges. email@example.com
- Hull type
- Length (LOA)
- 12.35 m / 40 ft 6 in
- Model Length
- 12.4968 m / 41 ft
- Beam (width)
- 3.99 m / 13 ft 1 in
- 7,900 kg / 17,416 lbs
- Sail area
- 80 m2 / 865 ft2
- Draft (depth)
- 2.14 m / 7 ft
- Primary fuel tank capacity
- 200 L / 53 gallons
- Water capacity
1 x 530 L / 1 x 140 gallons
- Engine size
- 40 hp / 29 kW
- Engine size (optional)
- 45 hp / 33 kW
- No. of engines
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