Monday, 03 January 2011 13:26

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45DS

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45DS

The powerful hull lines of the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45 DS were perfected by Naval Architect Philippe Briand to ensure exceptional stability and comfort at sea

This magnificent, seaworthy sailboat is rigged with a furling mainsail and genoa, for easy handling with a short-handed crew. On the high seas, you will feel completely secure.

On the interior, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45 DS delivers a new concept of space. With a raised deckhouse designed by Garroni Designers and attractive wrap-around windows built into the deck plan, as well as curved lines and oversized portholes in the hull, living spaces are flooded with natural light.

 

 


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Specifications

Designer: Phillippe Briand

Hull Material: Fiberglass

CE Category: A8

 

   

Overall Length: 45'1" (13.75m)

Cabins: 2/3

Hull Length: 43'11" (13.41m)

Water Capacity: 163 US Gallons (615L)

Waterline Length: 37'6" (11.45m)

Fuel Capacity: 63 US Gallons (240L)

Beam: 14'4" (4.37m)

Holding Tank Capacity: 34 US Gallons

Standard Draft: 6'8" (2.05m)

Standard Keel Weight: 6,514 lbs

Shallow Draft: 5'4" (1.65m)

Shallow Keel Weight: 6,968 lbs

Mast Height/DWL:

Displacement: 22,932 lbs (10,400 kg)

   

Total Sail Area: 967 sq. ft (89.9 m2)

Engine: Yanmar 54 hp

Mainsail: 397 sq. ft. (Furling)

Fuel: Diesel

Genoa: 570 sq. ft. (Furling)

Spinnaker: 1291 sq. ft.

Published in Jeanneau Sailboats
Monday, 03 January 2011 13:21

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44i

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44i

With an attractive design, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44i is pure sailing pleasure

Conceptualized using the most powerful design software on the market, this robust, seafaring sailboat adapts perfectly to various types of sailing. Internationally renowned designer, Philippe Briand has combined his talents with those of the Jeanneau design team for a prodigious blend of technical strength and exceptional performance. From any angle, her elegant lines and spacious, modular interior will surely catch your eye.

For passagemaking, every part contributes to the pleasure of sailing the open waters in complete security. For added comfort and convenience, each version can be adapted for an owner’s use or for charter. Whatever the season or sea conditions, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44i can go the distance. You will find comfortable design features in the cockpit, at the helm and in each cabin. Go ahead, take to the sea with a carefree spirit!
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Specifications

Designer: Philippe Briand

Hull Material: Fiberglass

CE Category: A10/B12/C14

 

   

Overall Length: 45'1" (13.75m)

Cabins: 3/4

Hull Length: 43'11" (13.41m)

Water Capacity: 163 US Gallons (615L)

Waterline Length: 37'6" (11.45m)

Fuel Capacity: 63 US Gallons (240L)

Beam: 14'4" (4.37m)

Holding Tank Capacity: 22 US Gallons (83L)

Standard Draft: 6'8" (2.05m)

Standard Keel Weight: 6,514 Lbs.

Shallow Draft: 5'4" (1.65m)

Shallow Keel Weight: 6,968 Lbs.

Mast Height/DWL:

Displacement: 21,892 Lbs.

   

Total Sail Area: 1083 sq. ft (100.6 m2)

Engine: Yanmar 54 hp

Mainsail: 512 sq. ft. (397 sq. ft Furling)

Fuel: Diesel

Genoa: 570 sq. ft.

Spinnaker: 1,291 sq. ft.

Published in Jeanneau Sailboats
Monday, 03 January 2011 13:14

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 439

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 439

Simply naturally beatutiful

At first glance, she is clearly a Sun Odyssey. Moreover, the all-new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 439 reflects the latest design trend that started with the Sun Odyssey 409. Dynamic lines, a hard chine on the hull, lots of hatches and windows along with bevelled edges on the deck combine to form a powerful and straight forward design from the pen of Philippe Briand.

 But her natural beauty is more than skin deep.

A closer look reveals an innovative deck plan that makes sailing easy. A Jeanneau is first, and foremost, for sailing. Three main concepts shape the Sun Odyssey 439: a fast, seaworthy sailboat, simple to use deck and sail plans and a high-quality interior.


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Specifications

Designer: Phillippe Briand

Hull Material: Fiberglass

CE Category: A10

 

   

Overall Length: 43'9" (13.34m)

Cabins: 3/4

Hull Length: 42'7" (12.99m)

Water Capacity: 87+53 US Gal

Waterline Length: 39'4" (12m)

Fuel Capacity: 53 US Gal (200L)

Beam: 13'10" (4.24m)

Holding Tank Capacity:

Standard Draft: 7'2" (2.20m)

Standard Keel Weight: 6,283 lbs (2,850kg)

Shallow Draft: 5'2" (1.60m)

Shallow Keel Weight: 6,945 lbs (3,150kg)

Mast Height/DWL:

Displacement: 21,782 lbs (9,880 kg)

   

Total Sail Area: 1004 sq. ft (93.3m2)

Engine: Yanmar 54 hp

Mainsail:

Fuel: Diesel

Published in Jeanneau Sailboats
Monday, 03 January 2011 13:04

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42DS

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42DS

Designed for those who are passionate about sailing.

The JeanneauSun Odyssey 42DS boasts a modern, fluid design, a rare, timeless elegance, and the comfortable interior layout expected of a sailboat built for cruising, all while delivering a superior performance.The powerful hull impresses, not simply for its excellent performance at sea, but also for its ease of handling due to its reinforced hull design and expertly designed sail plan.

Let yourself be seduced by the space and light. An abundance of natural light and fresh air fill the saloon, with its raised deckhouse and large portholes. Refreshing and relaxing, interior living spaces are comfortable at all times, whether day or night.

 


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Specifications

Designer: M. Lombardi / V. Garroni

Hull Material: Fiberglass

CE Category: A8/B10/C12

 

   

Overall Length: 42'5" (12.93m)

Cabins: 2 or 3

Hull Length: 41’ (12.59m)

Water Capacity: 94 US gallons (355 L)

Waterline Length: 38'1" (11.58m)

Fuel Capacity: 34 US gallons (130 L)

Beam: 14’ (4.13m)

Holding Tank Capacity: 34 US gallons (130 L)

Standard Draft: 7' (2.13m) optional

Standard Keel Weight: 6,310 lbs (2,862kg)

Shallow Draft: 5'3" (1.52m)

Shallow Keel Weight: 5,628 lbs (2,553 kg)

 

Displacement: 19,662 lbs (8,900 kg)

   

Total Sail Area: 833 sq ft

Engine: Yanmar 50HP

Mainsail: 421 sq ft (377 sq ft roller furling)

Fuel: Diesel

Genoa: 456 sq ft

Spinnaker: 1,313 sq ft optional

Published in Jeanneau Sailboats
Sunday, 02 January 2011 13:02

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409

Discover the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409, nominated for '2011 European Yacht of the Year'.

Above all a yacht must be elegant with sharp lines and fine details. The new Philippe Briand designed Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409 is not only elegant, but also built for speed. A modern hull with a hard chine and excellent stability makes the Sun Odyssey 409 a pleasure to sail. Other key innovations include the complete rethinking of the deck and sail plan to make this yacht, not only fast, but incredibly easy to handle.

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409 is available as standard with conventional mainsail and 105% short-overlap headsail, for cruising with both furling mainsail and genoa, for short-handed sailing with self-tacking headsail, or for club/twilight racing with a more powerful 140% genoa.

 


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Specifications

Designer: P. Briand / Jeanneau Design

Hull Material: Fiberglass

CE Category:

 

   

Overall Length: 40'5" (12.2m)

Cabins: 2

Hull Length: 39’ (11.98m)

Water Capacity: 140 US gallons (530 L)

Waterline Length: 36'1" (10.97m)

Fuel Capacity: 53 US gallons (200 L)

Beam: 13’ (4m)

Holding Tank Capacity: 21 US gallons (79.5 L)

Standard Draft: 6'11" (1.83m) optional

Displacement: 16,390 lbs (7,450 kg)

Shallow Draft: 5'1" (1.52m)

   

Total Sail Area: 849 sq ft

Engine: Yanmar 40HP, Sail Drive 3JHE5-CE

Mainsail: 452 sq ft (393 sq ft roller furling)

Fuel: Diesel

Genoa: 377 sq ft

Spinnaker: 1,291 sq ft optional

Published in Jeanneau Sailboats
Sunday, 02 January 2011 12:43

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 36i Sail Boat

Let yourself be carried by the winds and savour the unique pleasure of sailing aboard the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 36i

You will be seduced by the highperformance hull, designed by Marc Lombard, the powerful sail plan, the deck designed for security, the generous cockpit with oversized, leather-wrapped steering wheel and deep storage lockers.

Step below on the Jeanneau 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 tranquillity and warmth to this beautiful sailboat.

When it comes to production boatbuilding, no one on the current manufacturing tableau does it any better than the French builder Jeanneau, and the proof of that statement is very much in evidence with the Sun Odyssey 36i. The "i" stands for injection molding, the process-in which resin is injected under pressure through closed molds-that the company employs for the 36i's balsa-cored decks as well as for other components. It makes for lighter, stronger structures and cleaner, more environmentally friendly factories. The hull itself is hand-laid fiberglass utilizing two layers of vinylester resin, to which an internal fiberglass grid-Jeanneau calls this its "3rd Generation Hull Structure"-is glued and laminated for strength and rigidity.

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Specifications

Designer: Marc Lombard

Hull Material: Fiberglass

CE Category: A8/B10/C12

 

   

Overall Length: 35'11"

Cabins: 2/3

Hull Length: 35'1"

Water Capacity: 94 U.S. Gal.

Waterline Length: 32' 3"

Fuel Capacity: 34 U.S. Gal.

Beam: 11'9"

Holding Tank Capacity: 13 U.S. Gal.

Standard Draft: 6'4"

Standard Keel Weight: 3,463

Shallow Draft: 4'10"

Shallow Keel Weight: 3,985

Mast Height/DWL:

Displacement: 12,566

   

Total Sail Area: 685 sq. ft.

Engine: Yanmar 29 h.p.

Mainsail: 330 sq. ft (252 sq ft. Furling)

Fuel: Diesel

Genoa: 355 sq. ft.

Spinnaker: 968 sq. ft.

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