When it comes to production boat building, no one does it any better than Jeanneau, and the proof of that statement is very much in evidence with the Sun Odyssey 36i.
You will be seduced by the high performance hull, designed by Marc Lombard, the powerful sail plan, the deck designed for security, the generous cockpit with over-sized, leather-wrapped steering wheel and deep storage lockers. Step below on the Sun Odyssey 36i, and you will appreciate the space, natural lighting and comfortable atmosphere of a large sailboat. On the interior, thoughtful design and high-quality materials lend both tranquility and warmth to this beautiful sailboat. For complete details, please click on FULL SPECS above.Thank you for your time and consideration.
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Down below, the 36i is very nicely appointed. There are two sleeping cabins, one forward and one aft, with generous double bunks. The central saloon is a bit unusual in that the wraparound settee and table are to starboard, the single settee to port (both would make excellent sea berths). Jeanneau has incorporated a rather ingenious feature into the port-settee arrangement: a movable navigation table that slides forward and over the settee when needed and aft and out of the way when not. The L-shaped galley is at the foot of the companionway, to starboard, and the head and shower stall just opposite, to port. In keeping with the boat's overall appeal, both are nicely executed.
There is nothing complex about the deck and cockpit layout. There's a nice double-roller bow fitting for the anchor and this boat has the optional electric windlass.
The helmsman's position is perfect. The builders acknowledge the boat's considerable beam and have installed molded foot supports each side for the helmsman, plus there's an optional teak strip on the center-line. There are teak seats each side for the skipper's backside. The helmsman can reach the primary winches, so he can easily tack the boat without help, but the main-sheet is on the coach-roof, ahead of the main hatch. To trim the main, someone has to go forward.
There is good storage beneath the moldings right across the transom, including a full-depth locker on the port side that can hold the inflatable dinghy, and a bracket can be added to carry the outboard. There's a bit of teak around, enough to provide a bit of fun oiling or varnishing but not enough to become a burden. I really like the teak toe rail with stylish integral fair leads and cleats of a good size.
Good looking, fun to sail and well-priced, the Jeanneau's 36i touches a lot of bases, but does so in a hull of modest size which is easy to sail and easy to moor and dock. This boat has been well maintained and shows well. If you are in the market for a comfortable fun Cruiser Racer in the 34-38 foot range, you should come take a look; you will not be disappointed. Currently stored on land at our facility in Milford, CT. Thank you for your time and consideration.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Exclusions NOTE: Some picture may be of a sister-ship, also some picture may show equipment not included in the sale. Prospective Purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing and or survey that are NOT SPECIFICALLY noted or described on this listing sheet are NOT INCLUDED as part of the sale and or asking price