Unthinkable until recently, the new project is a historic moment for the whole boating industry and for Jeanneau in particular. The Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1095 Fly raises the bar and confirms the quality of a design platform resulting from the joint collaboration between the technical office of the French shipyard and Centkowski & Denert Design Studio. One of the latest creations by Jeanneau re-proposes the same elements that still underlie the success of the Mer- ry Fisher 1095.
Starting from the hull, the Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1095 Fly is designed to take full advantage of the outboard propulsion which, compared to the inboard one, has smaller propellers and therefore less torque. The result is a hull design that can guarantee a planning speed at around 16 knots with two outboards of 300 horsepower each and an overall length of just 9.94 meters (boating license is not required in Italy).
The driving position is on the starboard side and has everything you need, in terms of instrumentation, for perfect navigation management starting with the Garmin GPSMAP 922xs chartplotter / echo sounder. However, the main focus of the Merry Fisher 1095 Fly is on open-air spaces. Passengers can benefit from instant contact with the sea, thanks to two comfortable stern platforms. The starboard one is even equipped with a bathing ladder.
Belowdeck, the night area of Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1095 Fly consists of three cabins. The most spacious one is located in the bow while the smallest one is under the helm station. The only bathroom available is equipped with a separate shower box.
This performance efficiency inevitably translates into a high level of comfort onboard. On the main deck, the division of spaces revolves around the large living room with a kitchen cabinet on the starboard side complete with sink, 80L fridge, and gas hob facing the dining area. The dinette of Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1095 Fly is the maximum expression of versatility. The two sofas are separated by a height-adjustable table and the bow seat is equipped with a folding backrest that allows it to be used to the best both in convivial moments and to enjoy cruising in the direction of travel. In addition, if necessary, by lowering the table, this area becomes an additional berth increasing the number of beds to 8.
The cockpit houses an L-shaped sofa and the aft seat is placed on sliding guides so as to allow access to the engines with just a few steps. The outboard propulsion made it possible to obtain an additional storage space, where the engine room is usually located: it is located in the center of the cockpit next to the water (260 l) and fuel (2×400 liters of capacity) tanks. Circulation on board is easy thanks to the presence of two side hatches with an asymmetrical plan. This solution allows to fully exploit the interior volumes of the living room.
Access to the outdoor spaces is made possible thanks to two sliding doors, one of smaller dimensions on the same level of the wheelhouse, and a larger one located at the stern. Here is also the staircase to access the fly. The latter is fully integrated into the superstructure and restores a well-balanced profile in terms of proportions. From a functional point of view, it has a well-designed layout. The result is a space whose surface is comparable to the one found on boats of larger size. The helm station is on the port side while, on the starboard side, a multifunction area can turn into an open-air dining room, a sundeck, or a co-pilot seat. When at anchor, the whole surface of Jeanneau Merry Fisher 1095 Fly can be sheltered by an optional awning.