The LEADER 36 boasts an incomparable style. With her long, fluid lines, unmistakably high-quality living spaces and exceptional performance at sea, the LEADER 36 is the perfect blend of sportiness and elegance. Resolutely timeless and easy to handle, the new LEADER 36 is particularly well suited for short cruises with family or friends.
A sofa, a double sundeck, a spacious saloon... you will appreciate her exceptional interior layout, with its unexpected and ingenious “two-and-a-half volumes.” By day, the interior saloon is a spacious, entirely open living area with impressive sea views, while by night, the owner's cabin converts into a magnificent suite with bar and sofa.
In an effort to bring you a unique level of comfort at sea, JEANNEAU has incorporated a separate shower stall, as well as three berths, in the aft cabin. These are just some of the clever features that make the LEADER 36 the ideal boat for family cruising.
|From €6'440||per week|
Should the Client and his crew cancel the rental for any reason after entering into an agreement with the Charter Company/Boat provider, Charter Company/Boat provider will retain the whole amount paid for rental. Should the Client cancel the rental 4 weeks or more prior to the charter period, Charter Company/Boat provider will retain 50% of the rental price. Should the Client cancel the rental less than 4 weeks prior to the charter period, Charter Company/Boat provider will retain the whole amount. Where a Client has insured himself for the hiring of a charter boat but has subsequently cancelled the boat hire for justified reasons the insurance company may offer the Client compensation.
Charter Company/Boat provider reserves the right to substitute a boat when the reserved boat is damaged due to unforeseen circumstances, e.g. natural disasters causing water damage, etc. In this instance, Charter Company/Boat provider will provide a boat with an equal or better specification than the boat reserved.
This clause ceases to apply in the case of war, terrorist activities, natural and nuclear disasters or other unforeseen circumstances that could be defined as an Act of God. In this instance, Charter Company/Boat provider is not obliged to pay compensation to the Client.