This Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 is the owner's version with a 2.15m draft and three spacious double cabins outside of the saloon and one of the last models with a full teak interior. She is well equipped for comfortable cruising and is in excellent condition with a full inventory.
Viewing by prior appointment through the Essex Office at Burnham on Crouch on 01621 785600
Owner's version with two double aft cabins and large owner's forward cabin offering up to seven berths in three cabins and the saloon with 6'6" headroom.
OWNER'S CABIN: Forward cabin with large double berth, vanity unit with mirror and cushioned stool, hanging locker and ample stowage lockers.
EN-SUITE FORWARD HEADS: Fitted with a Jabsco marine toilet, wash basin and shower with shower door.
MAIN SALOON: consisting of a large C-shaped settee seating area offering a single berth and large dining table.
CHART TABLE: to starboard with large work surface, instrumentation and four switch panels.
GALLEY: to port comprising an upgraded Eno cooker with four burners, grill and oven, large stainless steel double sink, hot and cold pressurised water system, large 12 volt refrigerator, generous stowage.
MAIN HEADS: aft with Jabsco marine toilet with holding tank 3-way valve, wash basin, shower and 85 litre holding tank. Access to port aft cabin.
TWO DOUBLE CABINS: aft, each with hanging lockers. Removable central bulkhead between berths converts two cabins in to one.
GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Cream coloured leatherette upholstery (new 2016) in saloon and luxury mattresses in all three cabins (new 2016). Full teak interior with teak and holly strip floorboards. Cream coloured curtains to windows and blinds to deck hatches (new 2016). Air conditioning system with three zones (untested, may require servicing). Eberspacher diesel fired heating system. Spectra watermaker (untested, may require servicing).
Masthead rigged sloop. Sparcraft silver anodised aluminium double spreader, deck stepped mast and boom. Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging. Terylene running rigging. Rod kicker. Mast steps. Single line slab reefing mainsail system with 3 reefs, lazyjacks and stack pack. Profurl headsail furling system. Lines led aft via Spinlock clutches. 2 x Lewmar 44 self tailing halyard winches (port is electric) at companionway. 2 x Lewmar 54 self tailing sheet winches. Towing genoa cars.
Yanmar 4JH3-TE 75hp diesel engine located under companionway steps. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Single lever controls with electric start. Shaft drive via P-bracket to 3-bladed propeller. Max-Power bow thruster (upgraded tunnel and composite gearbox June 2017) with controls at starboard helm.
The engine has currently run for 986hrs from new.
4 x 12v 100ah Domestic batteries, dedicated engine battery charged via engine alternator. 2 x Bow thruster/anchor windlass batteries. Shorepower system with ringmains, immersion coild for water heating and Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/2000-100 sine wave inverter and battery charger. Mastervolt Whisper 3.5kw diesel generator mounted in forward locker. Large solar panel on deck forward of companionway. Electrical distribution panel with individual circuit breaker type switches. Full cabin lighting.
This Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 was built by Jeanneau Yachts in July 2004 and first launched in 2005. White GRP hull and superstructure with teak laid decks, cockpit floor and seats. White folding cockpit table. Cast iron deep fin keel. Spade hung rudder with twin Lewmar steering wheels. Large sail locker forward. Large self draining cockpit with two cockpit and lazarette lockers. Opening door to transom with steps down to water.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.