|Model:SUN ODYSSEY 39 DS|
|Mooring Country:||United Kingdom|
|LOA:||11.86 m/39 ft|
|Length:||11.89 m/39 ft|
|Width:||3.89 m/13 ft|
|Fuel Capacity:||130 liter|
|Fresh water capacity:||355 liter|
|No. of cabins:||2|
|No. of berths:||4|
|WC & bathrooms:||1|
A well equipped example of the popular Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39 deck saloon, set up for bluewater sailing and living aboard for extended periods. This is the shoal draft version giving great versatility of cruising grounds. Her inventory includes bow thruster, complete furling rig, 2016 sails, only 540 hours on engine, Hydrovane self steering and much more. Viewing by appointment through the Suffolk Office - Click here to reveal phone number -
The layout offers up to six berths with two double sleeping cabins separate from the main accommodation. In the forecabin, large V berth. Opening hatch to foredeck. Two hanging lockers and good general stowage. In saloon, dinette to starboard with single settee berth opposite. Opening hatch to deck. Chart table to port with galley opposite. Twn stainless steel sinks. Hot and cold pressurised water system. Large fridge/freezer. Two burner gimballed gas cooker with oven. Separate heads compartment with marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Access to large under cockpit stowage locker. Aft cabin with large double berth. Hanging locker and good general stowage. Webasto diesel fired hot air central heating. Folding saloon table, original non-folding table will be supplied as well.
Located abaft the companionway, Yanmar 3JH4E four cylinder 40hp diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heater exchanger. Shaft drive to three bladed propeller. Single lever control. 130 litres fuel capacity giving approximately 250 miles range at 6.5 knots cruising speed. Maximum speed under power 8 knots. Bow thruster. Last service November 2017 (French Marine). Approximately 540 engine hours.
Alternator charging to 3 x 12 volt batteries in two banks 2 x solar panels 240 volt shorepower system Battery charger Immersion heater 300W inverter
Spars & Sails
Masthead rigged sloop. Anodiesd aluminium mast and boom by Selden Spars. Stainless steel standing riigging. Polyester running rigging. In-mast furling mainsail. Facnor headsail furling system. Strut kicker. Lines led aft to cockpit. Two Harken 44 sheet winches. Two Harken 40 control line winches. Spinnaker running rigging. Spinnaker pole with mast stowage. Removable inner forestay. There is a spare genoa to enable setting a down wind rig of twin headsails utilising the removable inner forestay. Furling mainsail - Dacron - 2016 - One Sails Furling genoa - Dacron - 2016 - One Sails Heavy genoa - 2007 Storm jib Trysail
35lb Delta anchor with chain and warp Quick electric anchor windlass Self draining anchor stowage locker Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardwires Coachroof grabrails Sprayhood with grab rail Stainless steel boarding ladder Cockpit table with light Cockpit cushions Various warps and fenders Plastimo 240 inflatable (2003) Tohatsu 2.5hp, 2 stroke outboard
Twin binnacle mounted steering compasses Garmin chartplotter on cockpit table Raymarine ST60+ boat speed and log, windspeed and direction at each helm Raymarine ST 60+ multi display Raymarine ST6002 autopilot Raymarine DSC VHF radio Raymarine C80 chart plotter / radar Clipper Navtex Clock and barometer Hydrovane windvane self steering Comar class B AIS transponder Windex Masthead and deck level navigation lights
Fire extinguishers (out of date) Fire blanket Cockpit harness attachment points Jackstays Radar reflector Danbuoy Horseshoe lifebuoy with light Rescue line Gas alarm
Built in 2007 by Jeanneau to a design by Marc Lombard. White GRP hull with style stripes. Teak toe rails. White GRP superstructure with moulded non-slip to deck. Teak laid cockpit sole and seating. Shallow draft fin keel. Spade hung rudder. Wheel steering (twin wheels). Aft self draining cockpit. All seacocks changed below waterline 2013 (Vetus DZR).
Fin keel Wheel steering Aft cockpit
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