53' / 16.15m

Marathon , Florida , United States
Jeanneau: 53
PERSEVERANCE was delivered from Jeanneau with almost every factory option. She was built for the European market as a 220V boat. A transformer was installed here in the US.
Fiberglass Hull
Vessel ID# 2792934
$425,000 USD
€394,633 Euros
CA$573,786 CAD
£342,294 GBP

A transformer was installed here in the US. Shore power is 220V/60HZ and the transformer allows 110V/60HZ to the 17 outlets, the generator is set for 220V/60HZ like the A/C units, etc. All to US Marine Standards.

The vessel was a 4 cabin 4 head layout - converted into an owner's layout. While in France the original owner had the 2 fwd cabins converted to one. This gives you a King-Size berth and His/Hers heads.

PERSEVERANCE has her 3rd owner so she's had 3 surveys and all her experienced Yachtsmen have kept her in top condition. She still shows like new and the continued additions to her maintenance and inventory are evident. 

If you are looking for a French pedigree and a fast, comfortable yacht, then this is your opportunity to continue her legacy. Her standing rigging was just replaced due to insurance regulations and not a condition. Now with an added Furling Staysail, she will be a contender for any regatta. 

PERSEVERANCE is a head turner in any marina. 

Data Sheet
LOA 53' (16.15 meters)
Type sail
Year 2010
Beam 15'
Draft Max 5'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 126115
Engine Make yanmar
Engine Model 4JH4-HTE
Engine Year 980
Engine Type Inboard
Drive Type Direct
Power HP 110.00
Power KW 82.03
Fuel Type Diesel
Hours 860.00


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Mike Kiely

Florida Yacht Broker
Miami Beach Marina
300 Alton Road
Miami Beach Florida 33139 United States
Cell: 1-954-304-2768

A well-rounded boater and water sports enthusiast, Mike grew up on powerboats, owned a sailboat and center consoles, and cruised on sailing catamarans. He raced custom-built jet skis in New York, and some of his races were featured on ESPN. Mike also sailed ice boats on the Great South Bay in Long Island at 50mph. Mike took up sailing in his 20s, becoming the first sailor in his family. He owned a 40-foot classic, wooden sailboat for five years. Mike sailed it for year and then completed a three-year restoration before selling it. Mike's insider advice, in-depth knowledge of the purchasing process and a commitment to his clients extends well after any deal is closed. Mike now leads a team of brokers at the Denison Miami, Florida office, located at Miami Beach Marina.