Sailing BoatsJeanneauSun Odyssey 32 LegendeUnited Kingdom
A very well kept Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32 She features a very well kept 18 HP Yanmar 2GM20 engine and also has Classic mainsail rig. Sleeps six, two in separate front cabin, two in aft cabin and two in main cabin. She has extras including Raymarine instruments with Chartplotter and autopilot and electric windlass with remote.
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32 built in 2004 by Jeanneau, France White hull UK flag CONSTRUCTION: GRP hull and deck Wheel steering Fin keel Jeanneau uses a grid system constructed of laminated plywood bonded to the hull and glassed with biaxial or unidirectional cloth, after which stringers are bonded to the hull sides. It continues the use of plywood in the stringers rather than lighter products. All of the furniture bases for cabinetry are molded in a single pan that is bonded to the hull with epoxy. Cutouts in the pan accommodate underwater transducers and seacocks, and those areas are easily accessible for maintenance. Similarly, wires are run through heavy hoses to reduce chafe and ease modifications and maintenance.
Engine One Yanmar, 18 HP three cylinder fresh water cooling diesel engine Regularly serviced 2 L/H consumption Cruising speed 4.5 knots Maximum speed 5.5 knots Shaft drive to 2 blade propeller Electrics 12 volt system 3 x Batteries Two 75 Amp Service, one 180 Amp Engine start. Charged from Engine and shore power charger. 240V Shore power with cable. Water System Pressurised hot and cold water system. Water heated form Engine and shore power. Tankage 1 x 75 litres diesel Tank 2 x 180 litres total water tank
Mast Rigging and Sails
Fractional Classic mast with Slab reefing main. Aluminium spars by Sparcraft is single spreader Standing rigging original Facnor furling Genoa Whisker Pole SAILS: Mainsail Full Battened by Technicque Voile 2004 Genoa by Technicque Voile 2004 WINCHES: 2 x Harken 32 self tailing winches 1 x Harken 16 self tailing winches 1 x Harken 35.2 self tailing winches
Spaces in the saloon are fairly conventional. Notable characteristics are a minimum headroom of 6’1″ throughout, and navigation area, and the extensive use of teak and teak veneers, including battens on a white headliner running the length of the 9’6″ long, 6’9″ wide cabin. Add several portlights and hatches, including two in the hull at eye level when seated, and she has a feeling of spaciousness. The port settee measures 5’7″, and will seat 3-4 adults at the table, positioned on the centerline. Elevate a table leaf, and four passengers to starboard also have a dining surface. The wine is close at hand in a compartment recessed in the center of the table. Storage is below and outboard of the settees, and on shelves running the length of the hull. The navigator faces aft at a chart table measuring 28″ x 20″ with a 4″ deep storage area. A fuse panel is outboard, and fixed with screws rather than a piano hinge. Space for instruments, C-shaped space that has two burner stove-oven and grill, single stainless steel sink, dry locker outboard, and refrigerator aft. The working surface is 31″ wide, so elbow room is adequate, and storage is in several cabinets and drawers. A bi-fold door encloses the forward cabin, which has adequate space for dressing and 6’2″ of headroom. The berth measures 6’1″ on the centerline, but comes to a sharp V at the foot. Storage is in a hanging locker, on shelves, and below the berth in a space shared with a water tank. The aft cabin is an almost-queen-sized, almost-square area, The space is ventilated by a port in the cockpit, but could do with a second that would allow the aft most passenger more ventilation. Heads is mid-ships with hand basin storage area and marine toilet. Cream Faux Leather Upholstery
NAVIGATION AIDS: Plastimo Compass. Raymarine ST60 speed, echosounder, log. Raymaine ST60 wind instruments. Raymarine ST4000 Autopilot. VHF Simrad RD68 with DSC. Handheld M71 VHF Lithium battery. Raymarine RC435 GPS Plotter. NASA GPS repeater at Helm GROUND TACKLE AND MOORING Main anchor Kobra 2 with 15 m of 8 mm chain and 20m Warp. Fortress FX16 Kedge Anchor. Electric windlass with remote. Boathook and mooring 200NM hook. 6 x Warps. 6 x Fenders. GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Sprayhood. Cockpit Cushions. Boarding ladder. Cockpit Shower. Ecoair Dehumdifier. ENTERTAINMENT: 19" Cello TV with DVD player. Radio – CD player. Safety equipment 2x Bilge pumps one electric one Manual. Horn Ecoblast. 2 x Manual fire extinguisher. 1 x Fire blanket. Horseshoe and Buoy on Holders. 6 man Liferaft RFD 09939 with Cradle (needs serviced)' ODEO red LED Flare' Port Starboard and aft navigation lights with mast head anchor light' Bosuns chair. Emergency Tiller
The Yacht has had two owners form new.
The First owner kept her in Dublin bay from 2004 to 2011 where is was used occasionally, primarily for motor cruising around the bay. In 2011 we purchased the yacht in nearly new condition with items still wrapped in original plastic. We have used her for cruising the North coast of Ireland and west coast of Scotland. She has been a wonderful yacht to sail in easy and comfort.
CompassManual bilge pumpLiferaftPlotterTeak cockpitTv setRefrigeratorDepthsounderSpray hoodWind speed and directionFurling genoaOvenCd playerCockpit tableSteering wheelHot waterVhfShore power inletBattery chargerLog speedometerMarine headDvd playerCockpit speakersAutopilotRadioCockpit cushionsGpsFully battened mainsailCockpit showerElectric bilge pumpLazyjacksLazy bagIn this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Note to seller and purchaser: If the boat you are selling or purchasing is registered, please ensure that the registration is completed after the sale of the boat. If the purchaser wishes to cancel the registration is the duty of the seller to contact the Registry and inform them that the registration is to be cancelled. If the purchaser wishes to continue with the registration, it is the duty of the purchaser to complete the relevant forms and post off the bill of sale to the Registrar.
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