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Living the dream - Adventures on a Sun Odyssey 410

by Performance Boating 15 Feb 2023 13:23 PST
Sun Odyssey 410 © Performance Boating

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 is currently the worlds most popular 40-footer, and for good reason.

Adrian and Sally Wilson bought their SO410 from Performane Boating Sales in March 2020 and have done over 6000nm already!

We have a new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 available. Arriving mid year it could be yours... register your interest now with Lee Condell.

Phone: 0408 784 000

Yacht details here

The adventures of 'Kulahea'

"The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 is easily the most comfortable yacht we have ever been on whilst at anchor, or at a berth, and I've owned a lot of yachts!" says Adrian. "Plenty of space, an excellent central galley that works really well, and having an integrated dodger and bimini gives you a whole extra room in the cockpit."

"We left Sydney, headed north to Port Douglas for four months in Queensland, then turned south again to do a lap of Tasmania before reaching Port Lincoln in SA where we are now. We'll relax here for a while waiting for a weather window to cross the bight, before heading home to Fremantle."

Living the dream...

"The 410 is a remarkable yacht. The twin rudders give it excellent directional stability, quick on all points of sail but on a reach and running she really picks up her skirts and flies."

"Pretty rewarding on the race track as well, we did win our division at the Magnetic Island Race Week..."

"Our last yacht, which was the ninth one we had owned, was a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349. The performance and quailty of the 349 gave us the confidence to go with a new Sun Odyssey 410 and we are very pleased we did!"

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