The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 Center Cockpit has earned her reputation as a well-constructed, comfortable vessel with good sailing performance to boot. Built in France, they are proven offshore passage makers. Below decks, the accommodations are light and well ventilated; the master stateroom aft features a centerline queen berth with an en suite head and separate shower.
“Sais Quoi” has been well kept and set up for cruising. Some of her more notable features include:
…and much more. In a nutshell, this boat offers effortless performance cruising with living accommodations designed to the most comfortable standards.
Whether your plans are for a comfortable weekender that can accommodate two couple in comfort or traveling to far-away places with warm water and palm trees, “Sais Quoi” will get you there in comfort and style. Call and make an appointment to get on board today!
Forward stateroom: Starting forward, the 6’8” long berth has a locker beneath it and shelves with high fiddles along both hull sides. There is a double door locker aft to port, with hanging space on one side, shelves on the other and a fiddled shelf above. The space is well lit and ventilated, with two overhead hatches, two opening ports, a solar vent, overhead lights and a Caframo fan. Headroom in here is 6’3”.
Forward head: Located en suite on starboard in the forward stateroom, the compartment is a molded fiberglass unit with Starboard cabinet doors, making maintenance easy. The head is to your left and the sink in front of you as you enter. There is storage below and above the sink and a large mirror to the right. For light and ventilation there is a solar vent, an overhead hatch and two overhead lights. Headroom is 6’4”.
Saloon: Moving aft into the saloon, on port there is a tall hanging locker with a fiddled shelf above it. Next, as opposed to the standard configuration of two club chairs, is a factory installed love seat which is 52” long. Behind the settee are a pair of top loading storage lockers and a large shelf space; above that are a pair of cabinets and a fiddled shelf between those. Teak staving lines the hull side behind the shelf and there is an opening port for ventilation.
On starboard there is a U shaped dinette area, with a table that will comfortably seat five and a 7’8” long settee. There is storage beneath the settee; above and behind it is two double-doored lockers with a fiddled shelf between them. Teak staving lines the hull side behind the shelf and there is an opening port for ventilation, mirroring the port side.
The overall saloon area has two overhead hatches with shades, four opening ports and a Caframo fan for ventilation (in addition to the air conditioning). Headroom is 6’3” to 6’4”.
Nav station: The nav station is forward facing and located at the base of the companionway on port. The nav seat is curved for comfort while underway and has storage space beneath it. The nav table is fiddled to keep things in place, is spacious enough for chart books (on top and inside) and wraps around along the hull side, so there’s plenty of workspace. There is a cubby outboard and below to hold books, binoculars or whatever. Electrical and electronic gear is mounted to port along the hull.
Galley: The galley is located on starboard in the corridor leading aft to the master stateroom and has 6’3” headroom. Three opening ports- two on the hull and one on the cockpit side- provide nice cross ventilation. Along the cockpit side there is a fiddled countertop with two cabinet doors and an open space with sliding Plexiglas doors above. Below the counter is a tip-out bin aft and a utensil drawer and three cabinets with shelves forward of that.
Along the hull side of the galley, starting forward, is a front loading refrigerator, followed by the top-loading freezer compartment, the two burner stove and the double sinks. Beneath the sinks is storage space with double doors. The countertop extending across this space has large contoured fiddles, allowing good handholds throughout. Above the counter is a ton of storage- six lockers in all (one concealing the coffee maker), including dish organizers.
Master stateroom: The aft stateroom is luxurious, with a centerline queen berth surrounded by cabinetry. At the head of the bed is an opening port, with two reading lights overhead. There is a fiddled end table space on either side, with top loading storage space beneath. On either side there is a changing seat, with storage above that and then teak hull side staving and an opening port above that. Forward on the port side is a tall locker with shelving inside; on port a tall double doored locker has hanging storage inside. Headroom is 6’2” back here; ventilation is via a Caframo fan, the air conditioning system, an overhead hatch and FIVE opening ports.
Master stateroom head: The aft head is en suite and entered from the port side of the stateroom. The first space has the head and sink; there is a double door medicine cabinet above the head and a locker beneath the sink. Moving forward, the shower compartment has a door and shower seat. Headroom is 6’2” and there is an opening port in each space.
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