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New from Jeanneau in 2013- Sun Odyssey 469 and 41DS

by Sail-World Cruising on 17 Sep 2013
Jeanneau’s new Sun Odyssey model for 2013 - the 469 sailing SW
Jeanneau's Sun Odyssey line, from 30 to 50 feet, is adding two major new models this year, the Sun Odyssey 469 and the Sun Odyssey 41 DS, as part of Jeanneau's news global strategy. Admittedly, at the same time they are adding no less than seven new powerboat models to their range, significant in that the emerging markets is where it's all happening for them. But back to the sailing boats...

Sun Odyssey 469, pictured above:
The newest addition to the Sun Odyssey line, the Sun Odyssey 469, benefits from the latest innovations and inherits the finest traits of this iconic line.

From the design cabinet of Philippe Briand, clean lines and an elongated hull with moderate freeboard give the Sun Odyssey 469 an extraordinary aesthetic value and performance.

Bathed in light, the interior affords the volume and comfort typically found on a 50-foot sailboat. Aboard the Sun Odyssey 469, you will find many principal attributes of her inspiration and 'big sister' model, the 509.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Length overall 14.05 m / 46'1'
Hull length 13.65 m / 44'9'
Hull beam 4.49 m / 14'8'
Light displacement 10809 kg / 23830 lbs
Standard keel draught 2.24 m / 7'4'
Fuel capacity 240 L / 63 GAL
Water capacity 615 L / 162 GAL
Cabins 3-4
Motor Yanmar 54 HP / 40 Kw
CE Category A10 / B11 / C14
Total standard sail area 105.5 m² / 1136 sq ft


Sun Odyssey 41DS:


Designed for relaxation and comfort, the Sun Odyssey 41DS also delivers the thrill of responsive sailing.

A spacious owner’s cabin aft features a private head and shower compartment and plenty of storage for life on board, offering owners all the luxury of a 45-foot sailboat. Forward, a VIP guest cabin with private head compartment provides guests with the privacy and comfort of home.

Whether cruising, living aboard, or entertaining friends, you will find functional and aesthetic design in every detail.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:

Length overall 12.34 m / 40'5'
Hull length 11.98 m / 39'3'
Hull beam 3.99 m / 13'1'
Light displacement 7860 kg / 17328 lbs
Standard keel draught2.1 m / 6'10'
Fuel capacity 200 L / 53 GAL
Water capacity 330 L / 87 GAL
Cabins 2
Motor Yanmar 40 HP / 29Kw
CE Category A7/B8/C10 (in progress)
Total standard sail area66.7 m² / 718 sq ft

Check out all the details on both boats by going to http://www.jeanneau.com/sailboats.html

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