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We are very proud to announce that one of Melbourne’s longest serving boat brokers, Chris Furey, has just joined the 38 South Boat Sales team. Chris will not only bring across a huge number of yacht brokerage listings to 38 South, but also +40 years of boating knowledge and experience, including offshore racing such as the Sydney to Hobart and the Melbourne to Hobart. 38 South Boat Sales now has without a doubt, the biggest range of new and used boats available in Melbourne!
Ask us why we are the most experienced new and used yacht and power boat brokers in Australia. Arriving in Australia for the first time this December, is Jeanneau’s latest release the Merry Fisher 695 which replaces the Merry Fisher 645. With new and amazing features usually only seen on bigger models, the design of the Merry Fisher 695 is an evolution of the Merry Fisher 755 design, however it is 300mm narrower making it a lot easier to trailer behind a car. The new model features much easier access to the cockpit from the transom via flush aft swim platforms and a new sliding aft bench which enables full engine lift without interfering with seating when the engine is lifted. The Jeanneau Merry Fisher 695 is available for inspection and purchase early December at our exclusive Jeanneau trailer boat retail store – Regal Marine, 514 Canterbury Rd, Vermont. Archambault is proud to announce the new A35, which is using the existing and successful A35 hull, but with a new and efficient deck layout with high quality deck hardware. The A35 was designed for racing first and the IRC rule, however the A35 is now available as a cruiser-racer as well, including twin wheels and a family friendly interior. The A35 benefits from the latest manufacturing techniques including vacuum infused sandwich PVC hull and deck, and a structural inner mould. WE SEIZED the opportunity to take a run in the new Jeanneau Merry Fisher Marlin 695 at the global sea trials off Cannes. The new Marlin 695 is not only an excellent small fishing powerboat, but after blasting around having a lot of fun for an hour or so, it is easy to conclude that it is also a great, adaptable little sports utility vehicle.
It may not come with the RIB cred, but it is a go anywhere boat which gets you and your passengers there in a little more comfort, especially appealing to those who maybe like four seasons boating, writes Yachting Life boat test editor Andi Robertson.
The Marlin 695 follows in the wakes of the successful 755 and 855m carrying on the key elements, so it has a deep, recessed walk around side deck with side door access to the wheelhouse cabin, great aft cockpit space and a sporty, adventurous look.
The traditional V shaped hull is sea kindly and stable and returns an impressive performance under traditional outboard. There are two options, one which is more fishing orientated with an aft door as well as the side door, however in both versions there is plenty of space and storage. The single door option, as we tested, is more attuned to family days out with a fold down bench seat behind the wheelhouse. Granted the RIB will be better in extreme conditions, covering more miles faster, but the Merry Fisher, needing a little less throttle, will still do the job and everyone on board will be that much more comfortable.


The Marlin 695 is most usually supplied with the newest generation of Suzuki lean burn engines which really do promote sensible running costs even over longer distances. At the back of the big aft cockpit there is a moveable seat locker combo allowing the unit to be moved forwards for aft facing sitting when fishing. Inside the wheelhouse there is the option to have a big fridge alongside the small sink with pressurised water.
Up front there is a good double seat on the forward edge of the wheelhouse and another two small seats forward, on top of the anchor locker.
Historically there was resistance to outboards, but as predicted by Jeanneau when they stopped producing inboard diesel Merry Fisher’s this has ebbed away. In conclusion, especially when you consider that she is easily towable, the Marlin 695 represents real boating value for money. From the very first glance, the Sun Odyssey 349 captivates with her pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. Whether in the cockpit or at the helm, at anchorage or at sea, you will enjoy taking full advantage of this seaworthy, stable and easy-to handle sailboat. Base boat delivered to Melbourne is just under $200,000, however 38 South Boat Sales are prepared to offer the first boat delivered and commissioned in Melbourne for a special price of $185,000! It’s not every new boat owner who gets to sail his new boat for the very first time with two sailing world champions on board!
Following a detailed introduction to his new Sun Odyssey 509 “Smooth Operator” (the owner wanted to pay homage to the Sun Odyssey marque, hence the S O name!) the Yanmar diesel engine was fired up and ‘Smooth Operator’ slipped quietly and quickly from her berth and out on to Port Phillip for her maiden sail. It was great to watch the grin spreading on everyone’s face as the big reaching sail unfurled and Smooth Operator picked up speed to around 10 knots under perfect control.
All too soon it was time to head back to the marina berth at Sandringham so the headsail was furled.
On arrival back in the berth, following just a few minutes tidying up of sails and lines, the crew was joined by a group of friends eager to inspect his lovely new Sun Odyssey 509.
There is a good live bait well, multiple rod holders, cutting board area, a fish well and deck washing pump.
On both there is a slide down small table with a small bench seat which allows four to sit and enjoy a snack and cuppa, or an evening apero, but the spacious wheelhouse will still accommodate four people. Money-wise you are spending close to the same as an equivalent sized RIB, but for me you are getting much more.
The boat will carry an engine up to 175hp but the 150hp on our single door test boat had us up to just over 30kts in comfort in the smooth seas, but throttling back at around 22 to 24kts gives a more comfortable ride in the chop. Around the boat there are plenty of hand holds and on the rear bench seat passengers could feel secure as well as warmer, out of the wind.


And there is the option to have the little cabin open with a bigger berth area and chemical toilet underneath or to have the enclosed heads as mentioned. True to the values of the Sun Odyssey line, the 349 is the perfect combination of performance, comfort and safety at sea. With two or three cabins, a spacious saloon and a very functional galley, the Sun Odyssey proves both well considered and inviting. The powered halyard winch made short work of hoisting the mainsail as Russell took the helm for the first time. Once again under engine power the big mainsail was quickly lowered into the boom bag and packed away, ready for her next adventure. Refreshing beverages were soon shared, ice cold from the fridge as the sailors and friends sat around the spacious cockpit in the warm evening breeze to later be treated to a glorious red sunset signalling the perfect end to a perfect day.
Clansman 30s have cruised extensively around the coast, across Bass Strait and out into the Pacific. Just as the walk round decks are great for fishing so they are great for the family, for picnics and days out and when it rains, as it will some time, there is so much more protection. Joined by Victorian Jeanneau distributor Rohan Veal, twice world champion in the foiling Moth class, along with Lindsay Irwin, a local sailmaker and International 14ft skiff world champion and three other accomplished sailors. Bearing away towards the west the call was made to deploy the Code Zero which had been hoisted and furled earlier in the day.
Furling the Code Zero for the final time it was then time to unfurl the genoa and sail the new yacht upwind.
A few adjustments to sail trim by the on board  world champions soon had her sailing even faster with a steady 7.7 knots upwind speed showing on her Raymarine electronics. The owner was then instructed in the art of reversing his yacht into a confined marina berth, a task he accomplished with ease having excellent control from the engine and bow thruster. This one is a well found example of these wonderfully seaworthy yachts with a good inventory and she has been maintained in very good condition by a succession of caring owners.She has 8 sails including furling headsails and a spinnaker. You can specify a telescopic sun canopy which means no obtrusive supports to get in the way. The weather played its part too, turning on a sensational evening with clear skies,  temperatures in the low 30s and a pleasant 15-18 knot south easterly breeze with smooth seas off Sandringham.



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