Merry Fisher 895 Series 2. What the new fishing weekender (8.5m) by Jeanneau looks like

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Merry Fisher 895

Restyling in sight for the
Merry Fisher 895 from Jeanneau
, the third generation of the Merry Fisher 855 launched in 2012, one of the first 8-meter-long boats to offer two separate cabins below deck. The new Merry Fisher Series 2 is inspired by its two predecessors with a more modern interpretation and new equipment.

Merry Fisher 895 Series 2 – Modular Outdoor Spaces

Comfort and versatility are at the heart of the design by Jeanneau and Centkowski & Denert, who have designed the spaces to live aboard even small family cruises. A direct successor to the model launched in 2017, which has sold more than 1,800 units worldwide, the new Merry Fisher 895 Series 2 inherits some innovations from the larger models. First and foremost is the modular design of outdoor spaces, which allows spaces to be enjoyed to their full functionality. In the forward cockpit, in fact, we find two large modular sunbeds, which can be converted into an even larger sunbathing area with beverage holders. Via well-protected walkways, the fore and aft areas are connected, and here in the cockpit we find a dining table with a large L-shaped sofa, folding bench and refrigerator (optional). The boat can also be accessed from the convenient side hatch, which facilitates bathing and getting off/on from the dock.

Double cabin and separate bathroom

Merry Fisher 895 Series2 – Jeanneau – Double Cabin

In the interior spaces, the atmosphere is very harmonious, with a rational and orderly design. We find a space protected by the t-top with large sliding glass French doors, which illuminate the interior to the fullest. On one side is the spacious and well-equipped kitchen area with a mini bar and swivel driver’s seat, while on the other side is a table with front seating. Then there is access below deck to the two separate cabins and separate bathroom, a real treat on boats of this length.


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Propulsion

In terms of propulsion, the Merry Fisher 895 Series 2 is offered with two outboards up to 250 horsepower. The hull was developed through tank testing for even faster glide, even at intermediate speeds.

We will see this boat for the first time in the water in September, at the Cannes Boat Show 2023

Boat Data Sheet: Merry Fisher 895 Series 2

Dimensions /
Dimensions
Length F.T. / LOA 8,42 m
Width / Beam 3 m
Displacement / Displacement 3,680 kg
Equipment /
Equipment
Fuel Tank / Fuel Tank 2 x 300 L
Motorization /
Power Unit
Engine / Engine Gasoline outboards
Power / Power max 2 x 250 hp

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