The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 40.3 offers a lot of yacht for the money with twin-wheel steering stations, plenty of space in the cockpit and a comfortable interior. 3 cabin 1 head layout with the popular slab reefing, fin keel configuration. She also offers a high-level of inventory well suited to cruising in UK waters and beyond including a Yanmar 54hp diesel engine, bow thruster, Eberspacher cabin heating, full cockpit tent, cruising chute, bow sprit, autopilot, radar, liferaft, EPIRB and more.
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ST60 Tridata (speed,depth,log) at each wheel
ST60 Windspeed/direction at each wheel
Raymarine ST6001 Smartpilot
Simrad RD68 VHF radio
Raymarine E80 chartplotter/radar dual station (cockpit plotter housed in Scanpod on coachroof, portside)
McMurdo ICS NAV6 Navtex
ICOM handheld VHF radio
Steering compass at each wheel
Electric anchor windlass
Single bow roller
Outboard bracket on pushpit
Drop-leaf teak cockpit table with stowage, grab rails and cover
Fenders and warps
Complete custom made cockpit tent/bimini with stainless steel frame, Navy Blue (new 2019)
Dodgers, Navy Blue
Cockpit cushions, Navy Blue
Hot and cold transom shower
Manual and electric bilge pumps
TV/DVD player fitted in main saloon
Clock & barometer (new 2017)
Seago 4 person cannister liferaft (purchased new 2014, last serviced 2019) with stainless steel cradle located on starboard pushpit
Manual and automatic fire extinguishers - date of expiry unknown
Horseshoe lifebuoy with light
Pulpit and pushpit
Guard wires with side gates
McMurdo Smartfind EPIRB
JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 40.3
Built July 2005 to 2006 model specification with corresponding HIN.
Built by Chantiers Jeanneau S.A. to a design by Daniel Andrieu
CE Category: A-9
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teak-laid cockpit, cockpit seats and bathing platform
Twin wheel steering positions
Maximum Draft: 1.93m
*All figures are approximate
Lifted, antifouled and new anodes, May 2019
YANMAR 54 HP DIESEL ENGINE
Cruising speed: 6 knots approximately
Maximum speed: 7.5 knots approximately
Last serviced: May 2019
Shaft drive to 3-bladed folding propeller
Side-Power bow thruster (fitted in 2012)
Single engine battery
Three domestic batteries
Single bow thruster battery
Charging by engine alternator and 40amh battery charger
Shore power connection and cable
Fuel capacity: 136 litres
Water capacity: 320 litres
Pressurised hot & cold water with immersion and heat exchanger
Deck-stepped anodized aluminium mast and boom
Double swept back spreaders
Stainless steel standing rigging
Adjustable backstay and bridle
Genoa furling system
Adjustable mainsheet traveller on the coach roof
Stackpack and lazyjacks
Bowsprit (new 2015)
Fully battened mainsail
Cruising chute, Light Blue & Navy Blue (Kemp Sails, new 2015)
Two Harken 46 self-tailing genoa sheet winches
Two Harken 40 self-tailing spinnaker sheet winches
Single Harken 40 self-tailing winch on coach roof to port
Single Harken 40 self-tailing winch on coach roof to starboard
SLEEPS EIGHT IN THREE CABINS PLUS SALOON
Forward cabin, large double berth with bespoke sprung mattress (new 2017), hanging storage, shelving and vanity unit housing wash basin.
Saloon with comfortable U-shaped seating to starboard around a large dining table plus further seating to port. Saloon seating offers two occasional berths.
Chart table to port with under-seat locker and adjacent shelving, instrumentation and switch panel.
Large 'L'-shaped galley to starboard with gimballed 2-burner gas hob and oven, double stainless steel sink with glass splashback and large 12v top-loading fridge, various cupboards and shelving.
Twin aft cabins with double berths, hanging lockers, shelving.
Heads Compartment to port with manual sea toilet, Corian countertop with inset washbasin, drop-down seat & shower.
Please note - the actual layout differs from the plan included within these details - this yacht combines elements from both the 2 and 3 cabin layout options, leaving out the forward heads and replacing with a sink unit only frees up much needed space in the forward (Owners) cabin.
Fixed hull portholes, opening portholes into cockpit, opening portholes at the side of the coach roof and opening deck hatches.
Ivory coloured saloon upholstery
Teak and holly flooring throughout
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