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Jeanneau updates with two new sailing boat models


'Sun Odyssey 469'    .    Click Here to view large photo

After three years of hard work and much innovation, Jeanneau is enlarging its product offer and offering two new sailing boat models in the coming year. The two new major new models are both in the Sun Odyssey range: the Sun Odyssey 469 and the Sun Odyssey 41 DS.

And it's not only new models - they are also unveiling stylish new interiors with their mission to produce: 'seaworthy boats, to sail with confidence and with pleasure.'

Since its inception, Jeanneau has heavily invested in technology and in its industrial sites in the Vendee region of France. These include the shipyards in Les Herbiers, one of the largest production facilities in Europe, producing boats of over 50 feet, and the ultra-modern production facility in Cholet.

Sun Odyssey 469:

Sun Odyssey 469 from stern -  .. .  

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. Nominated by the international press for the prestigious «European Yacht of the Year», the Sun Odyssey 469 is already attracting attention.

From the design cabinet of Philippe Briand, clean lines and an elongated hull with moderate freeboard give the Sun Odyssey 469 an great lines to complement her good performance.

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

Guiding concepts in the drafting of the Sun Odyssey 469 were ergonomic design, personalisation, interior volume and attention to detail.

The perfect blend of performance, comfort and ease of handling, the Sun Odyssey 469 is both responsive and stable.

Suggested price is around 200,000 Euro.

The boat will be exhibited at the following boat shows : Cannes, La Rochelle, Friedrichshafen, Genoa, Istanbul, Barcelona, Paris, Dusseldorf

Sun Odyssey 469 interior -  .. .  

PROVISIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
Overall length: ........................................ 14,05 m / 46’ 1'
Hull length: .............................................. 13,65 m / 44’ 9'
Waterline length: ................................... 12,54 m / 41’ 1'
Beam: .......................................................... 4,49 m / 14’ 8'
Displacement: ............................ 10.809 kg / 23.830 lbs*
Standard keel draft: ................................... 2,24 m / 7’ 4'
Shoal keel draft: ......................................... 1,65 m / 5’ 4'
Power engine: ..............................Yanmar 54 Cv / 40 Kw
Fuel capacity: ......................................... 237 l / 63 US gal
Water capacity: ................................... 635 l / 168 US gal
Fridge capacity:........................................ 255 l / 67 US gal
Sail area:
- Standard ......................................... 96 m2 / 1 033 Sq ft
CE Category: ......................... A10-11 / B12 / C14 Pers*
Designers: ............... Philippe Briand - Jeanneau Design
Versions: 3 cabins / 2 heads 3 cabins / 3 heads 4 cabins / 4 heads
Certification in process


EXTERIOR
Comfort and performance for passagemaking:
• Powerful, balanced and modern hull designed by Philippe Briand, that combines a long waterline length and a hard chine for speed and comfort at sea.
• Sleek deck lines, safe and ergonomic with flush hatches and integrated running rigging.
• Sail plan with a high aspect ratio. Multiple choices including: self-tacking jib, large, overlapping genoa, Code 0, furling mast, etc...
• Safe and ergonomic cockpit with lines led back to helm stations.
• Large cockpit with full-function table
• Fold-down transom for easy access to the sea and sundeck
• Sleek deck with curved windows, flush panels and integrated running rigging

INTERIOR
Light, volume and ventilation:
• A multitude of ports and hatches for ventilation and light
• 3 distinct zones in the saloon designed to allow each to be used indepen- dently without constricting movement throughout the interior
• Light and luxury down below with solid wood, mat varnish, polished stainless steel, leather and a full selection of interior fabrics.
• Plenty of choices available: Different interior layouts, sail plans, keel and fabrics allow each owner a high level of personalisation

HULL AND KEEL: Modern and balanced
• Philippe Briand design
• Deep keel (2.24m) or shoal (1,65m)
• Hard chine on hull creates stability and enhances interior volume • Long water line provides performance under sail and power
• Moderate freeboard lends a beautiful and sleek look to the hull along with the 8 hull ports and hard chine.

DECK AND COCKPIT: Liveability, comfort and safety
•Twin helm steering moved far aft, keeps the cockpit clear and gives easy access to the transom
• Harken deck hardware: winches, blocks, tracks designed to make sail handling easy from the helm
• Easy access to the sea thanks to a wide drop-down aft platform.
• Large cockpit table with storage, lighting, icebox, place for instruments
and the joystick of the optional 360 Docking system.
• Flush hatches and integrated running rigging gives the deck a sleek look and makes movements onboard safer.
• Lots of storage: 2 lateral lockers, 2 large lockers under the helm stations, 1 large locker for the optional generator. Forward sail locker and deep anchor locker.


Sun Odyssey 41dS:

Sun Odyssey 41 ds -  .. .  

This smaller version is also 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.

Sun Odyssey 41 ds cockpit -  .. .   Click Here to view large photo

Whether cruising, living aboard, or entertaining friends, you will find functional and aesthetic design in every detail. An innovative galley incorporates space for everything you might need, a lounging sofa transforms into a berth, and a telescopic table converts the saloon into a multi-use space for dining, lounging or sleeping.

Experience the combined pleasures of exhilarating sailing and relaxed liveability aboard the Sun Odyssey 41DS.

Suggested price is around 155,000Euro.

This boat will be exhibited at the following boat shows : Oslo, Southampton, Annapolis, Paris, Dusseldorf, Seattle, Miami

Sun Odyssey 41 ds interior -  .. .  

PROVISIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Overall length: ........................................ 12,34 m / 40’ 5'
Hull length: .............................................. 11,98 m / 39’ 3'
Waterline length: ................................... 11,00 m / 36’ 1'
Beam: .......................................................... 4,00 m / 13’ 1'
Displacement: ................................ 7.650 kg / 16.865 lbs
Standard keel draft: ................................. 2,10 m / 6’ 10'
Shoal draft: .................................................. 1,55 m / 5’ 1'
Cabins: .......................................................................... 2 / 3 Berths:
Engine power: ............................ Yanmar 40 Hp / 29 Kw
Fuel capacity: ......................................... 200 l / 53 US gal
Water capacity: ..................................... 330 l / 87 US gal
Cold capacity:.......................................... 180 l / 48 US gal
Sail area:
- Standard .............................................66 m2 / 710 Sq ft
Designers: .................Franck Darnet - Flahault
Design .....................................Philippe Briand - Jeanneau Design

EXTERIOR
• Sleek deck lines and spacious cockpit: accent colours in taupe on deck and transom (optional gelcoat colours on deck parts), flush hatches, twin helm design, long cockpit, innovative cockpit table, easy access transom
• Modern hull and sail plan: a hard chine on the Philippe Briand designed hull, high-aspect ratio rig with 106% or self-tacking jib available, sheets lead back to the secondary winches

INTERIOR
Stylish interior design by Franck Darnet & Olivier Flahault:
• Careful study of each detail ensures aesthetics, functionality, and most importantly, ergonomics: meridienne sofa, innovative galley, touch-latch hardware, etc...
• Rich materials: Walnut wood, stainless steel, white-lacquered cabinets, light floorboards, leather upholstery, two-tone vinyl finish on ceiling panels, no other boat in its class offers this level of finish.
• Interior volume unrivalled in her category: The Sun Odyssey 41DS has comparable space and features often found on 45’ boats
• Light and ventilation throughout: huge side windows, 10 opening ports and hatches, for exceptional ventilation, vertical sliding hatch for compa- nionway
• Raised saloon flooring allows for superb visibility while standing. Mul- tiple hull ports provide views of the water when seated, spacious cockpit and aft owner’s cabin.
• Unique aft owner’s cabin: extra large double berth, opening port in transom, private head with separate shower, plenty of storage compartments, seats to each side of the berth

Sun Odyssey 41 ds cabin -  .. .  

DECK SALOON CONCEPT, WITH VIEW OF THE SEA Unique aft owner’s cabin:
- Extra large double berth (1,97m x 1,90m x 1,20m)
- Opening port in transom
- Private head with separate shower - Plenty of storage compartments
- Seats to each side of the berth
- Raised saloon flooring allows for superb visibility while standing - Multiple hull ports provide views of the water when seated


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