Jeannau DB/37

New Jeanneau DB/37 to be premiered at Boot Düsseldorf

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The Boot Düsseldorf Boat Show, from 21 to 29 January 2023, will be the stage chosen by Jeanneau to unveil the DB/37, the second model in its new line of premium Day Boats.

With its essential design, fine materials, exquisite finish and unprecedented interior volume, this brand new 37 footer model is the perfect representation of the DB Yachts line and its versatility: from day boat, to party boat, to cruiser, the DB/37 offers great versatility and unique design, promising exceptional experiences on the water.

DB/37 and DB/43, a successful line from Jeanneau

This launch comes only a few months after the huge success of the DB/43, which has certainly made a very promising entry into the world of premium Day Boats, appreciated for its superior functionality, remarkable finish, and truly exclusive styling.

All qualities that have already been recognized by a number of leading figures in the international press and which, not surprisingly, have earned it a number of important nominations:

  • European Powerboat of the Year Award 2023 – in the “Up to 14 metres” category

  • Best of Boats Award 2022 – in the ‘Best for Family’ category

  • Motor Boat Awards 2023 – in the ‘Sportcruiser up to 45 feet’ category

Jeanneau DB/43
Jeanneau DB/43

With these premises, it is obvious that there is a lot of expectation behind the unveiling of the DB/37 which, just like her predecessor, is the result of a collaboration between world-renowned naval architects: her elegant lines were in fact drawn by the Italian designer Camillo Garroni while her hull was designed by Michael Peters Yacht Design.

We are happy to add a second opus to the DB Yachts line – confirms Paul Blanc, Jeanneau Executive Director– just a few months after the successful launch of the DB/43. With DB Yachts, we imagine the future of yachting, while drawing on Jeanneau’s heritage.”

With the DB/37, Jeanneau continues to expand this new premium Day Boats line, keeping true to DB Yachts’ credo: ‘More than you expect’.

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