This 1994 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 47 (four cabin version with two heads) comes with a Yanmar 72hp, tall mast, fully battened UK/McWilliam mainsail with "Harken" cars, UK/McWilliam furling genoa, spinnaker, two electric genoa sheet winches, bow thruster, teak decks, radar, chart plotter, autopilot and much more. She has sleek lines, has been well maintained and has been in private use from new. Definitely worth a look.
GRP/ Kevlar Hull, GRP Deck with laid Teak
Fin keel with bulb
Spade Rudder with steering by Whitlock (single wheel)
Tall Mast, (taller than standard) with a double set of spreaders
Furling forestay (below deck)
Releasable inner forestay with tensioner
Lazyjacks (not fitted)
2007 Furling Headsail by McWilliam/UK (tape drive) 68.1 sq m in good condition
2007 Fully Battened Mainsail with 3 reefs by McWilliam/UK (tape drive) 44,3 sq m in good condition
Harken track and Harken cars on the mast for the mainsail
Spinnaker 148 sq m (with snuffer)
Stormsail by Watson Jameson
Leather covered wheel (Whitlock), with wheel and binnacle cover
Pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guardrails with opening gates
Teak side decks, cockpit seating and floor,
2 x Harken 64.2 (self tailing) Genoa Sheet Winches,
2 x Harken 48.2 (self tailing) Electric Winches
2 x Harken 46.2 (self tailing) Winches
1 x Harken 44.2 (self tailing) Winch at the mast
Numerous clutch jammers on the coachroof
Extra wide main sheet track on the coachroof
Genoa sheet tracks with cars (adjustable from the cockpit).
Goiot Electric windlass
Anchor (60Lbs CQR) with a 150 feet of galv. chain
Mooring lines, fenders and 6 x mooring cleats
Folding cockpit table with cover,
Spray-hood with grabrail
O/B Engine bracket on the pushpit,
Plastimo Binnacle compass
Autohelm (log, speed, depth and wind),
Autohelm 6000 autopilot
Raymarine C120 Colour chart plotter with radar MARPA
VHF Radio c/w DSC AIS, remote WiFi H/Set
Radio / CD Player
Port, Starboard and Stern lights
Mast Head Tri Lt/ Anchor (LED)
Large saloon: Comfortable U-shaped seating to port with a large saloon table (can convert to a double berth) and a bench seat with a backrest. Hanging locker, book shelves, opening deck hatch and two opening hull ports.
Linear galley along the starboard side
"Force Ten" Four burner gas cooker with grill and oven
2 x 12V. Stainless steel refrigerators
Double stainless steel sinks with hot water from the engine & shore power
Sea water foot pump,
Ample storage cupboards and drawers
Two opening hull ports
Brass Clock and Barometer
Two cabins forward
Forward of the saloon there are two bunks to starboard. Opposite to port is a door leading into a cabin with a double berth accessed from the side.
Opening deck hatches, hull ports and plenty of storage in both cabins.
Forward of these two cabins is a heads with marine toilet, shower, electric shower drain, wash hand basin and opening deck hatch.
Twin aft cabins with hanging lockers, shelving, fixed hull ports and opening portholes into the cockpit.
There is a second heads, with marine toilet, shower, electric shower drain, wash hand basin and opening porthole (into the cockpit) located between the aft cabins
Large Chart table to starboard with 12V. Electric control panel (aft of the galley).
Hot air heating throughout
Loads of storage space throughout
Manual bilge pump
Electric bilge pump
Engine bay fire extinguisher
2 x Fire Extinguishers
2 x Horseshoe buoys c/w automatic lights
6 Person Liferaft in a canister (due a service)
Bathing platform with stainless steel swim ladder
Registered in the U.K. (S.S.R.)
Lazarette forward accessed via a deck hatch
(2014) 12V. Batteries with shunt and switches, (1 x engine, 2 x services and 1 x bow thruster)
Amp meter for monitoring battery charge,
Fuel filter and separator
Inflatable Dinghy with inflatable floor (may need a repair)
2HP Outboard engine (7 years old approx.)
Brunton's 3 Blade Autoprop
3 x Stainless steel fuel tanks
New Turbo and engine alternator
"Prince of Tides" is an excellent long distance cruising yacht but can also win around the cans.
"Prince of Tides" is located in the South of Spain and is a very nice example of a classic Jeanneau. Her taller rig and teak decks give her a more appealing look. She is easy to handle and a joy to sail.