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Old 11-28-2013, 12:02 PM   #1
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New 50 footer, Jetten 50 MPC

Jetten Yachting is introducing a new standard:

The Jetten 50 Multi Purpose Cruiser, the ultimate and durable motor yacht.

The combination of the latest techniques and a unique design with innovative taut lines make the Jetten 50 MPC unique in its class. The exclusive motor yacht suitable for everybody! The Jetten 50 MPC is the outcome of an intensive collaboration between Jetten Yachting and Vripack architects, leaders in water sports. "There is such a considerable interest in this vessel that we have already sold five vessels for delivery next year based on the drawings," says Marcel Jetten, the managing director.

Link: English pages Jetten Website.



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Old 11-28-2013, 12:15 PM   #2
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To modern for my liking, and needs a flybridge (I'm sure mark disagrees) . But nice boat regardless!
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Old 11-28-2013, 12:17 PM   #3
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Flybridge or pilothouse
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Old 11-28-2013, 12:20 PM   #4
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Flybridge or pilothouse
Where on the website does it say that?
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Where on the website does it say that?
It doesn't. It needs one of the two. I'm agreeing with you.
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Old 11-28-2013, 12:35 PM   #6
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It doesn't. It needs one of the two. I'm agreeing with you.
Oh my bad, I thought you meant there was a PH version and FB version.
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Oh my bad, I thought you meant there was a PH version and FB version.
I should of quoted you.
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Ugh, the problem with outlandish designs and colour schemes is how quickly they look old. In my opinion, dating boats by their design is a slick move by the big manufacturers to foster a negative stigma on owning an older boat, the same as the automotive industry has so insidiously and successfully created with cars. (That's my conspiracy theory and I'm sticking to it

A traditional built trawler or yacht has a timeless look that never gets old. It's impossible to even guess the age of many.

The garish non-traditional designs that are becoming commonplace, will look old before their time and can't help but suffer an escalated rate of depreciation.
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Old 11-28-2013, 03:19 PM   #9
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It's interesting how regional boats are....This one apparently is popular in Europe (5 sold before the first is launched) but will find no market in the US (IMO).

The light framing is impressive........

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Tad-I don't see any longitudinal stringers in that pic you posted. Is that a problem, or are they added later? If added later, is it an issue where they would intersect with the transverse bracing?
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It's interesting how regional boats are....This one apparently is popular in Europe (5 sold before the first is launched) but will find no market in the US (IMO).

The light framing is impressive........

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Why you present a picture here from the hull off a "Jetten 38 AC" ????

Link: Jetten 38 AC (Picture N 5)
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Tad-I don't see any longitudinal stringers in that pic you posted. Is that a problem, or are they added later? If added later, is it an issue where they would intersect with the transverse bracing?
Maybe you should start a new Thread to discuss the hull of a "Jetten 38 AC"..
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Old 11-28-2013, 06:38 PM   #13
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Yuck. (There, I said it again.) And the wheel is on the wrong (port) side.
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Europe seems to be the market for such a craft.
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Tad-I don't see any longitudinal stringers in that pic you posted. Is that a problem, or are they added later? If added later, is it an issue where they would intersect with the transverse bracing?
I can only assume that's the finished framing.....There are longitudinals in the topsides but not in the forward bottom. There are big box longitudinals aft of this, the engine beds.....It's just quite diferent than what I would call light steel construction.....again a regional thing. This certainly makes for more inside volume.
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Why you present a picture here from the hull off a "Jetten 38 AC" ????

Link: Jetten 38 AC (Picture N 5)
Usually builders use the same construction methods for various boats (of diferent sizes or arrangements) they offer. I found this construction picture from Jetten interesting. It's very diferent from what I would do....that's all
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Looks wise, it reminds me of the Greenline 40 Hybrid, but look at how far the Jetten carriers its beam forward.....if there's any sharp entry, it must be below the water line. She's nearly as round as a Manatee. Could this be another so-called "super displacement" boat.
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She Who Must Be Obeyed would require a much larger galley on a 50 footer. This is set up like a 50 foot weekender.
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Interesting design, too each their own!

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Usually builders use the same construction methods for various boats (of diferent sizes or arrangements) they offer. I found this construction picture from Jetten interesting. It's very diferent from what I would do....that's all
Tad, "Vripack Yacht Architects" are world-wide well known Yacht Architects with a respected reputation, you think they gamble with the construction design of a, for their portfolio" minor important design?

Interested in their portfolio? here is a link;

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