|Fuel Capacity||74.00 gal|
|Water Capacity||26.00 gal|
|Engine||Yamaha 200/250 (Also available with Mercury)|
|Hull Color||White or Blue|
|Designer/s||Jeanneau design / Centkowski & Denert design|
|Horse Power||Max 250 HP|
NC 795 Series 2: a fun weekender that will amaze you on every trip you take
Building on the extremely popular NC 795 of which over 1,000 have been built, the Series 2 is an all-new boat. True to the NC spirit, she is a fun weekender that will amaze you on every trip you take. Now available with a 250 HP outboard engine, she is ready for all adventures.
The outdoor space is laid out for coastal cruising. The U-shape cockpit is spacious and convertible, made to adapt to your needs while you are onboard. Room has been carefully created where needed and you will discover that 2 coolers can be stowed under the cockpit benches. Access to the boat can be via the oversized swim platforms or a side boarding gate on starboard. Part of the DNA of Jeanneau is the ability to completely raise the outboard engine out of the water without losing seating space in the cockpit.
This New Concept and its coupe configuration provide plenty of protected space inside as well as room for 4 to overnight on the boat. With face to face seating with a table in between on port, the dinette can be easily converted into an additional bed. The key feature of the interior of the NC 795 S2 is the co-pilot bench that converts into the aft-facing dinette bench by simply moving it longitudinally. On starboard, the galley offers various configurations, and the helm station just forward allows you to be in command with everything easy to reach.
Forward of the helm is the closed head and shower compartment and a V berth for 2. Particular attention has been placed on created great airflow in the cabin. The system includes 2 air vents cleverly placed above the windshield and driving air to the cabin at higher speeds. A Stand-up Paddle rack is now available as a factory option as well as a 12VDC air conditioning system that works off of lithium-ion batteries or shore power.