Pinnacle’s Jeanneau 440 Sailboat
The Jeanneau 440 is an impeccable yacht of impressive scale and exceptional performance.
At nearly 44 feet in length overall with a 14.5 foot beam, this is an extraordinary yacht that sails very well under any conditions. The yacht has a 7.5 foot keel providing greater performance and extra stability. Her cathedral style rigging includes an in-mast furling mainsail and a furling jib. The headsail is controlled from the cockpit by Harken electric winches for maximum safety and convenience. An electric, retractable bow thruster makes for easy handling while docking and when maneuvering in close quarters.
The size and layout of this yacht make her very comfortable on deck. She accommodates twelve passengers in her spacious cockpit. Forward there is much area for sun bathing and moving about. Cockpit seats are inlayed teak and include retractable cockpit combings that create a sun bed. A huge swim platform allows easily accesses the water. Her twin helm stations have two large leather wrapped steering wheels and areas housing top-quality instrumentation including autopilot, boat speed, depth, log, wind speed and direction. Color cartographic GPS is also provided in the cockpit.
Below deck, the boat is warm and inviting. Finely finished wood is used throughout. Two air-conditioning units make for a comfortable experience. There are three cabins, two heads, and a large galley appointed with fine cabinetry and large hatches for natural light and ventilation.
The large main salon table provides seating for seven. Additional seating is provided by a spacious settee to port. Her sizable galley provides a four-burner stainless steel stove with oven, refrigerator, a retractable pop-up microwave, and a double sink with hot and cold pressure water. The galley is stocked with quality wine glasses, plates, silverware, cookware and utensils. Abundant cabinetry surrounds the salon and galley areas. The interior space is in bathed with natural light from many opening windows and hatches.
All Pinnacle vessels are equipped with safety gear that exceeds Coast Guard requirements.