Reluctantly for sale by her third owner, this is a four cabin, two head version of the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 43 Deck Saloon. These are substantial cruising yachts ideal for extended periods aboard, comfortable with solid sailing performance & substantial build quality. The accommodation & layout are ingeniously flexible: currently with two large aft cabins which convert to a single owners suite; forepeak double upfront and a twin bunk cabin mid ships – always popular with young people; two heads, a large saloon (inc. two berths) with raised seating areas & huge galley with twin fridge & freezer. All with a view. The large cockpit area & double sunpad forward all make for comfortable Med cruising.
She is currently DOT/MCA coded for commercial use complete with Spanish survey and charter license and she would make a great school boat. With the 10 person capability she is always popular. 2017-18 saw a comprehensive refit with new Sanders sails, rig overhaul & survey. MCA full survey 2019 with no faults. The new owner may be able to keep her in charter if required. At this realistic price she makes a good proposition.
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See plan. The layout offers up to 8 berths in four separate cabins outside the saloon. Full standing headroom throughout.
Forward cabin: Large double berth with stowage under. Hanging locker. Opening deck hatch. Dressing table.
Forward heads: Brydon marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Electric shower pump out.
Lateral cabin: To starboard opposite the forward heads. Two bunk berths. Hanging locker. Opening port to deck.
The forward section of the boat is modular and can be transformed in to a large double cabin with en-suite heads and settee. The bulkheads can be re-positioned and the top bunk berth folds down to become a back rest for the settee below.
Saloon: Raised dinette to starboard converts to double berth. Chart table opposite with seats either side. Electrical switch panel and services.
Galley to starboard. Two burner gimballed gas cooker with grill and oven (gas system serviced and new pipes recently). 12v fridge and freezer. Double stainless steel sinks with covers.
Aft heads: Brydon marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Plastic holding tank. Electric shower pump out. There is access to this heads from both the saloon and port aft cabin.
Aft cabin: The aft cabin area is also modular and can be set up as either two double berths or one large double by removing the central bulkhead. There are hanging lockers each side and the port aft cabin has access to the aft heads.
Blue diamond/yellow point upholstery. Hot and cold freshwater supply to galley sink and both heads wash basins/showers. 550 litres water capacity supplying.
Masthead rigged sloop. Silver anodised Sparcraft in-mast furling mast and boom. Double spreader, deck stepped mast. Stainless steel standing rigging. Profurl headsail furling system. Gas sprung rod kicker. Lines led aft to Spinlock clutches. 2 x Harken 48 self-tailing sheet winches. 2 x Harken 44 self-tailing control winches on coachroof.
Yanmar 4JH3E, four cylinder, 56hp diesel engine located in soundproofed compartment under companionway steps. Fresh water cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive via P-bracket to three bladed Gori folding propeller (propeller serviced 2019). New exhaust system 2019. New alternator and starter motor 2018.
Four 12 volt batteries in two banks charging from engine alternator. 220v shore power system with battery charge, ring main and immersion heater.
Built by Jeanneau in 2004 to a design by Daniel Andrieu. White GRP hull with blue style style stripes. White GRP superstructure. Cast iron deep fin keel. Keel removed and re-bedded 2016 as part of general maintenance routine. Wheel steering to balanced spade rudder. Teak laid cockpit seats and sole. Alloy toe rail. Aft self draining cockpit and anchor well.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.