Revolutionary Monocat Hybrid
The Jeanneau SunLoft 47, designed by renowned architect Philippe Briand, is a new and innovative take on the sailing monohull that incorporates many of the crowd-pleasing social and living space features of a catamaran.
For new sailors, charter operators, and those that enjoy entertaining large groups, the SunLoft 47 offers great appeal. She is easy to sail, and comfortably accommodates a crew of 12 with expansive outdoor living spaces and roomy berths – all at a very attractive price.
Optimized Outdoor Living
The SunLoft is perfect for outdoor lovers, with open air spaces optimized to meet the needs of your extensive crew in uncrowded comfort and style. The large outdoor cockpit area effortlessly transitions from dining to lounging, with a cushioned foldout sunbed. The large swim platform with a ladder allows easy access to the water. A spacious and fully equipped outdoor galley adjoins the cockpit, complete with sink, stove, 4 refrigerators, counter space and storage.
The onboard systems were designed to support your crew as well, with 2 water tanks (185 gallon for showers / 80 gallon for drinking), protective bimini and radio equipped with Bluetooth.
Comfort for a Crowd
Below, the space is dedicated to comfortable sleeping accommodations for up to 12 guests. Uncommon in a yacht of 47-feet, the SunLoft 47 features an impressive 6 cabins: 5 double, one bunk and one forepeak single. The 2 aft double cabins each have en suite baths, while the 4 forward cabins share 2 baths.