Jeanneau’s “DB” saga continues with a new protagonist. It is the DB/37, a smaller walkaround than its big brother, the Jeanneau DB/43 , but with the same design approach. We are talking about an 11-meter boat with a hull length of 9.97 meters that relies heavily on the livability of a deck plan coined from the other model, but on smaller dimensions. Again, the work of Camillo Garroni, an Italian designer long associated with the French brand for which he has overseen a large number of projects.
Following the example of the previous 43-footer, the DB/37 is the result of a collaboration between Camillo Garroni (for the design) and Michael Peters Yacht Design (for the hull). Looking at the two boats in the booth the six feet less, at first glance, is not noticeable. This is because volumes are important on both models. The differences on board, however, clearly are there because there are six fewer feet, about 1.80 meters.