Cruisers Yachts 39 Express Coupe

For family cruising or a fun day out on the waves, the 39 EC for sale near you is a no hassle way to make the most of your time on the water. Adjustable seating aboard the 39 EC converts from split L-shaped seating with table, to the ultimate lounger utilizing filler cushions and the reclining transom backrest. Contact your local dealer for a 39 EC on sale near you.

Couple sitting in 39 EC cockpit

Transom Storage

39 EC lower salon converted to a stateroom

Lower Salon

The warmth and comfortable of the 39 Express Coupe continues into the forward dinette. This space can host up to seven with plush, seating and wrap-around views. This perfectly laid out space gives immense overhead storage, great standing room and the dinette converts to a full-beam secondary stateroom perfect for overnight guests. When your guests are ready to retire, simply lower the table, add the filler cushion and extend the privacy curtain to deliver a comfortable get-away.

Cruisers Yachts 39 EC galley

We all know the best conversations and memories are created around the kitchen. That's why the 39 Express Coupe's galley is created to feel warm, efficient and perfectly situated. Equipped with a sink, fridge, electric stove top and a microwave/convection oven, you'll have everything needed within a moment's reach. The location of the galley has incredible sea views, stylish details and allows the cook to stay connected with their guests.

Cruisers Yachts 39 EC master stateroom

Master Stateroom

When you step into the master stateroom of the 39 Express Coupe you'll have find gorgeous features at every turn. This spacious area has excellent headroom, a luxurious double berth, a port-side settee, cedar-lined hanging locker and the latest in entertainment options. Natural light, beautiful built-in lights and fresh neutral colors make this space both bright and comfortable. With plentiful storage options, you'll have no problem making this place your sanctuary and a perfect escape aboard your new 39 Express Coupe.

Cruisers Yachts 39 EC head with window

A beautiful escape, the head aboard the 39 Express Coupe is both stylish and well laid out. You'll find everything you need in this easy to access space. Well-appointed lights, designer faucet and storage cabinets are just a few of the great features. The uniquely slanted window and skylight give this an impressive space to enter on an already beautifully crafted express yacht.

People relaxing on 39 EC aft deck

Bow Seating

Stretch out in luxury with the bow lounge aboard the 39 Express Coupe. With incredible views and plus, waterproof seating, this space is perfect for soaking in the sun and loving every minute of freedom this beautiful yacht delivers.

Cruisers Yachts 39 EC on the water


Accessibility is a hallmark of the 39 Express Coupe by Cruisers Yachts and the walk-around is further proof. The 10' walk around and self-draining steps offer safe and convenient entry from the cockpit to the bow. Get where you're going quicker on your new express yacht.

Cruisers Yachts 39 EC lower deck layout


39’ 3” / 11,96 m
 42' 2" / 12,85 m
12’ 8” / 3,9 m
13’ 1” / 4 m
42" / 1,06 m
46" / 1,27 m
31" / 0,78 m
230 gallons / 871 L
70 gallons / 265 L
40 gallons / 151 L
23,300 lbs / 10569 kg
20,000 lbs / 9071 kg

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Technical specifications - Bavaria 39 Cruiser

Photos of the boat, technical features.

  • Length HT : 39ft (11.93m)
  • Max. width : 13ft (3.97m)
  • Weight : 8.28 tons
  • Draft : 6ft (1.85m) to 7ft (2.00m)
  • Max. sleeping capacity : 8
  • Number of cabins : 3
  • Bathrooms : 2
  • Water capacity : 360L

Standard motorisation

  • Engine Power : 55hp
  • Fuel capacity : 210L

Standard canopy

  • Total sail area : 271sqft (82.70m2)
  • Mainsail area : 133sqft (40.6m2)
  • Genoa/jib area : 145sqft (44.3m2)

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As soon as you enter the RM1180 saloon, you get the difference: soft and large companion way, unexpected feeling of space for a liveaboard sailing yacht of roughly 12m, omnipresent light, and 180-degree visibility.

Further down your visit, this feeling is reinforced: soft and dry atmosphere, without any condensation (consequence of the wood’s insulation capability), attention to ergonomics that make a difference in day-to-day life aboard, practicality of the U-shape galley, of a real-sized chart table, added to the soft and relaxing tones of the furniture: just breath, you’re in the RM1180.

RM1180 Photographe La Rochelle Sylvie Curty


Marc Lombard Design team perfectly understood our expectations: conceiving the best plywood-epoxy 39ft sailboat. The specifications below show a perfect balance between the boat’s metrics: displacement, hull power, sail plan, liveaboard volume.

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Single keel draft, twin keel draft, light displacement, engine in board sail drive.

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At first glance, the RM1180 sets the bar: racy lines, personalised hull colour, feeling of power and safety. Sails up, comes the 39-footer’s personality: well-balance helm, smooth sea motion, speed over ground, responsiveness.

When it comes to maneuvering, the deck plan of the RM1180 has been fine-tuned with a combination of ergonomics and fittings which together lead to a mix of performance and safety. A good example of this is the position of the winches. Centered in the middle of the cockpit, their height facilitates their use by a standing crew, for an optimum safety combined with ideal body posture.


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JPK 39FC review: new sporty 40 cruiser

  • Rupert Holmes
  • December 22, 2021

The novel JPK 39 FC is a proper, serious cruising yacht –that also promises masses of fun. Rupert Holmes reports

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I have long held that bluewater cruising yachts, especially those under 40ft, have much to gain from the way today’s smaller short-handed offshore raceboats are designed and set up and the new JPK 39FC looks set to prove that thesis.

Many of these smaller race boats are pushed hard in conditions that keep most cruisers in harbour, yet easy handling and utter reliability, even in properly testing conditions, are essential attributes.

But can a lightweight, powerful design really work as a serious cruising yacht? Traditionally key features for such boats include good directional stability and the ability to stand up to canvas in an increasing wind.

Dark squall clouds to the south-west of La Rochelle promised the perfect opportunity to test the JPK 39FC’s ability to stand up to full sail when close-hauled in a rising breeze.

Progressively flattening the mainsail was easy as the wind built ahead of the rain. The JPK 39FC is a world away from those boats with imprecise sail controls and sails that stretch dramatically in gusts, producing more drive and heel at the very moment you need to depower.

With the JPK it takes only seconds, and very little effort, to wind on extra halyard or Cunningham tension, apply maximum outhaul and whack on more backstay, via the 48:1 purchase. Equally, the headsail is easily depowered by tweaking the floating jib sheet fairlead inboard and easing the sheet a fraction to twist off the top of the sail. This boat engages you, encourages you to trim and actively sail it, and I was quickly hooked.

JPK 39FC – a stiff performer

I was alone on deck when the true wind peaked at 23 knots for a few minutes in driving rain, with the apparent wind nudging close to 30 knots. But that was no issue – there were no dramas with flogging sails and the rudder angle rarely exceeded 5°. The helm remained very light and, when I switched to the NKE pilot so I could keep a lookout behind the headsail, it steered with no hint of any issues.

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Enjoying sailing two-up with Jean-Pierre Kelbert. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/European Yacht of the Year

What would happen if I turned the pilot off and let go of the helm with full sail up in that breeze? Once again, the boat continued on course, albeit very slowly rounding up into the wind. Marginally depowering the mainsail by easing the traveller or increasing twist helped maintain course for longer.

With today’s pilots it can be argued that directional stability is less important than in the past, but any yacht that’s sailed long distances may eventually encounter an issue that prevents the pilot working.

There are, of course, plenty of traditional style cruising yachts that meet American designer Chuck Paine’s 20/20 rule – that the boat should be able to carry full working sail to windward in 20 knots of true wind, with no more than 20° of heel. However, many do so at the expense of sail area and have excessive wetted surface area. This often means performance is dreadful in anything under 10 knots of breeze, so a lot of time is spent under engine.

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By contrast, the JPK 39FC is a beautiful boat to sail across a full range of conditions. Even broad-reaching with the asymmetric kite at a 140° true wind angle in 7 knots of breeze – and just 4 knots of apparent – boat speed remained above 5 knots.

The helm was finger light throughout the test and almost neutral upwind, but with just enough weather helm to give a positive feel. As wind speed and heel angles increase, the feel in the helm builds, but it’s never heavy on this tiller-steered boat of almost 40ft.

JPK’s founder, Jean-Pierre Kelbert, whose supremely successful short-handed race boats have won the Rolex Fastnet Race overall, started cruising 15 years ago. He quickly realised there were no boats with the combination of performance, deck layout and comfort that he’d like in a boat of his own.

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The fixed windscreen, squared coachroof and pronounced reverse sheer (which also gains more internal volume) give a distinctive look. Note the length of the retractable bowsprit. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/European Yacht of the Year

This led to the JPK 38 FC, the company’s first cruising yacht, 10 years ago and it has since built 40 boats. The JPK 39FC is a second generation design, with a new hull shape and more spacious interior.

Before we set out to sail the JPK 39FC, Kelbert was quick to explain the decisions behind the compromises that are an unavoidable part of developing any new yacht. They worked very hard to keep weight down, while still creating a stiff structure that has ample reinforcement for keel and rig loads.

Everything is vacuum infused foam sandwich, right down to the folding bathing platform that weighs only 4.5kg, and bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck.

At the same time there is more internal joinery than most others in this category, including proper doors with solid timber frames and eye-level lockers. This adds around 100kg to the total displacement, but the effect is impressive.

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JPK 39 FC is a proper, serious cruising yacht. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/European Yacht of the Year

The saloon has the warm, welcoming feel of a heavier displacement quality cruising yacht, while still offering plenty of natural light.

The shallow forefoot and almost full length chine are by no means unusual today although, as ever, the detail is important. Hull shape is informed by different considerations to that of JPK’s racing boats, with the priority being good speed in all wind strengths and angles.

The boat is therefore not optimised to plane in the lightest breeze, but this is balanced by the more all-round performance profile. It’s also beamier than typical IRC designs of a similar size, but is not extreme and there’s no need for a lot of fore-and-aft rocker in the underwater shape to achieve respectable speeds in very light airs.

More room and stability

There’s also a lot more volume forward than the existing JPK 38. Two metres back from the stem beam is 30cm greater, which translates into both more accommodation volume and increased form stability. Another key difference with a racing yacht is that the hull shape is optimised for performance at the maximum payload, including domestic systems such as refrigeration, tools, spares, supplies and tankage.

Although it makes sense in some instances, I’m usually disappointed when I encounter a cruising yacht with pared down deck gear. On a properly set up boat it’s a joy to be able to stand almost in one place and effortlessly adjust any line, or carry out any manoeuvre. The idea that you might need to walk forward from the helm to ease the mainsheet, for instance, is anathema to me.

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The helm positions are well forward of the transom, with an excellent view of the headsail luff and all key controls to hand. Photo: Andreas Lindlahr/European Yacht of the Year

So it’s great to see the JPK 39FC is set up in the same way as the company’s race boats. It’s a well proven arrangement and will be instantly recognisable to anyone who has sailed a short-handed IRC race boat of the past 10 or 12 years. The main difference is that, while the traveller is still on the transom, a pair of winches is used to control the mainsheet.

Smart handling

Only one person is needed on deck to tack efficiently when using the pilot. Stand between the tillers, at the windward side of the aft end of the table, where both sheets can be handled. This places you near the new primary winch when it comes to winding in the final few inches of the sheet as the boat settles on the new tack.

The primary winches, which are also used for the asymmetric spinnakers, are positioned just ahead of where the helmsman sits, an ideal location for both short-handed and crewed sailing. The only downside is that sail trimming while on passage in inclement conditions can’t be done under the shelter of the sprayhood.

Everything other than halyards and mainsail reefing on the JPK 39FC is handled from the back of the cockpit. Although it wasn’t set up on our test boat, there’s an option for separate luff and leech pennants, which would make reefing the main a very quick and easy task for one person. This boat is also equipped with an optional textile removable inner forestay, and running backstays, for a hanked heavy weather jib. I’d be inclined to specify it with extra reinforcement and a slab reef that can be pulled down from the cockpit, enabling the sail to also be used as a storm jib in winds over 40 knots.

An alternative for boats with the optional carbon mast is a staysail on a furler with a halyard lock. However, experience from the JPK 38 suggests that most owners will go for a permanent inner stay with a conventional roller-furling staysail.

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The NKE autopilot plays a crucial role when short-handing. Photo: Rupert Holmes

JPK has eschewed the trend towards backstayless rigs, preferring the control of mainsail shape that’s possible with an adjustable backstay and 9/10ths fractional rig. It also allows a smaller mast section to be used for this boat, which reduces weight aloft. The optional Axxon carbon mast of our test boat saves a further useful 40kg. A long masthead crane enables a big roach mainsail to be used, although owners can specify Class 40-style twin running backstays if they want a full square-top sail.

At 1.6m, the retractable bowsprit is longer than typical, which gives a more efficient separation between the forestay and asymmetric spinnakers. This also translates into easier inside gybes in light airs.

At the end of both test sails I had on the JPK 39FC we gybed repeatedly in a reducing breeze approaching La Rochelle. At 5.6 tonnes light displacement this boat is sufficiently light that loads are very manageable – it was easy for one person to handle the sail and sheet loads only build significantly when reaching in higher winds.

Of course, more controls means more rope, which creates the potential for the back of the cockpit to become like a snake pit. There are four rope bags, though I’d prefer to see a couple more and, even then, as on any boat with this style of deck layout, you need to keep on top of managing the tails and mind where you tread.

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Our test boat was fitted with the optional Facnor FD furling system, which allows for a longer headsail luff. Photo: Rupert Holmes

Moving around on deck is delightfully easy and secure thanks to excellent moulded non-slip. With the optional table fitted the cockpit feels secure, even at high angles of heel and it’s an easy step up onto the side decks. A deep chain locker forward houses the windlass and has space for a couple of fenders. There’s also a big lazarette, with room for liferaft, dinghy, fenders and more.

Three easy and secure steps lead down into the saloon. The area at the foot of the companionway is wide, but the interior has plenty of stainless steel handholds, plus a galley crash bar and deep, solid timber fiddles.

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There’s comfortable seating for five or six around the saloon table and a good size, practical linear galley. Photo: Rupert Holmes

The distinctive coachroof shape is determined by a wish to balance natural light, and a great view of the outside world, with avoiding too much glazing, which heats the interior appreciably in Mediterranean or Caribbean sun. The forward face of the coachroof is therefore more vertical than most.

Thoughtful layout

There’s a decent forward-facing navstation, the seat of which is configured to be comfortable when using the chart table as a desk, but also works when sitting athwartships to take a short nap.

On the opposite side is a generous set of lockers with double doors, giving a big hanging locker on the left and large shelves to the right. The heads and shower is be located here on three-cabin boats.

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Race boat learnings: comfortable bucket seat at the navstation. Photo: Rupert Holmes

The linear galley forward of the nav station offers decent stowage for items that need to be accessed frequently, while bulk stowage of supplies for longer trips is easily accessed below the forward and aft transverse elements of the saloon seating opposite.

Aft of the navstation on two cabin boats is a well proportioned heads and behind that a large stowage area, accessed only from inside the boat. This will swallow sails, dinghies, paddleboards, spares and tools. It also gives access to the technical zone below the cockpit sole that houses most of the boat’s systems including inverter, chargers, calorifier and fuel tanks. As standard there’s a 90lt diesel tank, but capacity can be doubled to 180lt.

The aft cabin(s) are of a decent size, with five sources of natural light, including three opening ports, good stowage and an inviting large rectangular bed. A step down from the saloon into the forecabin means there’s standing headroom (just) under the forehatch, despite the short coachroof. This cabin also offers a generous 2.1m long double berth, big standing area and stowage in hanging lockers each side, deep fiddled shelves for phones, keys and so on, plus voluminous stowage under the head of the bed.

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A huge amount of effort, knowledge and experience has gone into developing this design and optimising the balances between performance and comfort. The result is a fast boat that’s beautiful to sail and well thought through in every respect. The JPK 39FC will be enormously appealing to anyone with a competitive sailing background who is accustomed to top-notch deck gear and equipment. At the same time it provides attractive accommodation with enough comfort to appeal to non-sailing guests and family members. The two-cabin version offers sufficient stowage, both on deck and below, to live on board in a civilised manner for extended periods. There’s an options list to tailor the boat to your own needs, but a downside to the JPK 39 FC is that it’s clearly not only me who likes this new design – lead times already extend to more than two years!

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