Jeanneau Sun 2000
|Overall Length:||6.64m||CE category:||C-5|
|Hull length:||6.20m||Designer:||Olivier Petit|
|Beam:||2.55m||Sails||7/8 fractional rig|
|Draught (keel down):||1.60m||Genoa:||9.0m²|
|Draught (keel up):||0.30m|
|Air draught:||10.30m||Engine||Honda 5hp outboard|
The Jeanneau Sun 2000 is a safe and sturdy small yacht. She's made of fibreglass & has a swing keel and lifting rudder. This is important in Morecambe Bay because when the tide goes out the boat sits down on the sand.
Tiller steering and a light and sensitive balance make the Jeanneau 2000 an ideal sailboat for adult beginners & improvers. There's a spacious self-draining cockpit with room for four students and an instructor.
This boat meets the exacting European Standard of the 'Recreational Craft Directive' (RCD), covering all aspects of design and build quality. It includes strength of construction, stability and handling characteristics. Boats that meet the RCD are given a CE category rating of A - Ocean, B - Offshore, C - Inshore, or D - Sheltered waters. The Jeanneau Sun 2000 is rated 'C - Inshore' meaning it is suitable for sailing in coastal waters and estuaries in winds up to and including Beaufort force 6 and waves up to 2 metres in height.