The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42DS has been a very successful model for Jeanneau over the years. She is an attractive, stylish and modern looking yacht externally and has an extremely light, airy, comfortable and functional interior layout with 2 cabins both with en-suites, sociable saloon and a really good galley. Grumpy Fish is the shallow draft version.
White GRP hull with blue style and boot top stripes. White GRP deck and superstructure with moulded in non slip, teak laid cockpit sole, bathing platform and teak laid cockpit seats. External bolt on cast iron fin keel. Twin, leather covered, wheel steering, semi balanced rudder, emergency tiller. Teak toerail. Structural GRP inner moulding. Teak faced ply joinery work throughout.
Designed by Marc Lombard and built by Chantiers Jeanneau in 2006.
Yanmar 4JH4E 54hp four cylinder diesel engine fitted beneath companionway steps in a sound deadened box. Hinged steps for access. Fresh water heat exchanger for cooling. Reversing reduction gearbox, single lever control to shaft drive with fixed pitch 3 bladed propellor. Engine hours approx 450 indicated.
Vetus bow thrusters with dedicated battery
Fuel: 130 litres in rotomoulded rigid plastic tank
Fresh water: 355 litres in two in rotomoulded rigid plastic tanks
Holding Tank: 80 litre holding tank in aft head
Calorifier tank with immersion heater
12 volt system – 1 x 110ah engine start battery. 3 x 110ah domestic batteries. Charging by 80 amp engine driven alternator. Isolation switches. 12v distribution panel. 12v socket. Interior 12v lighting throughout. Navigation lights including bow, stern, steaming and masthead tri-white.
240v system – Shore cable to socket on transom. RCCB. 220v outlets below. 40 amp battery charger. Immersion heater in calorifier.
Webasto diesel fired cabin heating
Hot and cold pressurised water
Cream leatherette upholstery and blue cloth upholstered berths.
Carpet in Fwd and Aft cabins
6 Berths in 2 cabins and saloon.
From forward: Forward guest cabin with large double berth, storage below, large hanging locker and vanity chair to port. En suite fwd heads with sea toilet, basin and shower. Saloon with settee to port and c-shaped seating that converts to double to starboard. Large dining table with folding leaves. Storage in cupboards and shelves. Massive, deck saloon style teardrop windows on superstructure sides letting in loads of light and plenty of hatches for ventilation. Nav table to port with 12v and 220v switch panels, Chart plotter, VHF radio, stowage for charts. Galley to starboard with large sink, massive top opening 12v fridge, 2 burner with oven cooker, microwave oven. Good stowage and plenty of workspace. Access to Aft cabin with very large owner’s double berth, 2 x vanity chairs, large hanging locker. Door to en suite Aft heads with sea toilet, shower and basin.
2 x Plastimo binnacle compasses
Raymarine C70 GPS plotter
Simrad RD68 VHF
Raymarine ST60 Windspeed and direction
Raymarine ST60 Windspeed and direction
Raymarine ST60 Tridata, log, speed and depth
Raymarine Autopilot control
Deck stepped masthead sloop. Twin spreader, silver anodised alloy, in mast furling, mast and boom. Furling headsail system. Spring loaded, rod kicker. 1 x 19 stainless steel wire rigging. Terylene running rigging with all lines led aft through organisers to clutches in cockpit.
Harken- 2 x 46 self tailing Genoa winches
Harken - 2 x 40 self tailing halyard winches (1 x electric)
Mainsail – In mast furling main.
Furling Genoa –140%.
Stainless steel pulpit, split pushpits and guardwires. Stainless steel double bow roller. Draining anchor locker. Electric up and down anchor windlass. Anchor, chain and warp. Stainless steel grabhandles on coachroof. Mooring warps and fenders. Folding sprayhood. Cockpit tent. Winch handle pockets. Stainless steel boarding ladder. Ensign and staff. Evinrude 4hp outboard motor.
Manual and electric bilge pumps. 2 x fire extinguishers, Fire blanket, flares (out of date), Dan buoy, Horseshoe lifebelt with light.
Stylish, comfortable and cleverly laid out the Sun Odyssey 42DS is a great boat for long periods aboard with good performance both under sail and power."Grumpy Fish" appears to have been well maintained by the current owners and is now for sale as they are moving towards a power boat.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.