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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS - €120,000 (Inc VAT)

Robin Cairnes - +44 (0)2393 510433

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS - €120,000 (Inc VAT)

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42DS
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42DS

Details

Name: 'Lille Bee'
Builder: -
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Location: Bremerhaven, DE

Dimensions

LOA: 42'0" (12.8m)
Beam: 13 feet
Displacement: 8201 kilogram
Max Draft: 6.92 feet

Engine

Make / Fuel: YANMAR diesel
HP: 54.0
Cruising Speed: - -
Max Speed: - -

Tankage

Fuel: 130 liter
Water: 355 liter
Holding: 70 liter
   

2006 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS - €120,000 (Inc VAT)

REDUCED.  This Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS was built in 2006 and launched in 2007 and has been cruised extensively by her owners from new. An extremely popular model ideal for long term short handed cruising offering excellent accommodation with an enormous aft cabin. 'Lille Bee' benefits from an extensive sail wardrobe with in-mast furling (including additional mainsail and genoa in Kevlar), comprehensive navigation electronics, teak decks, cloth upholstery and heating. To arrange a viewing in Germany please contact our Gosport office on +44 (0)2393 510433.

Manufacturer Provided Description


The Deck Saloon concept offers interior volume and light while maintaining a stylish exterior. This is the work of Italian designer Garroni, who created the Sun Odyssey 54 DS. The Sun Odyssey 42 DS combines the luxury of a deck saloon with performance under sail thanks to the architect Marc Lombard who also designed the Sun Odyssey 35.

Build


JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 42 DS BUILT IN 2006 LAUNCHED IN MARCH 2007. Designed by Marc Lombard / V. Garroni and built by Jeanneau of France


CONSTRUCTION:
The hull is solid hand-laid fiberglass reinforced with one-piece structural grid with additional reinforcement added to the keel area and chainplate mounts.
The deck is built using the Prisma (closed mold) resin-injection process.

White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teak laid deck and cockpit sole, seating and transom steps
Iron fin keel
Twin wheel steering system

The bilge area under the saloon floor was subject to warranty work which was carried out in the Spring of 2012. This involved strengthening and re-epoxying the longitudinal beams.

Mechanical / Electrical


  • Yanmar 4JH4-E 4 cylinder 37 KW/54 hp diesel engine
  • Diesel consumption: 2.6 litres/hour at 1800 rpm (approximately)
  • Total miles: 18,000 (approximately)
  • Engine hours: 2,000 (approximately)
  • 220 V Shore power
  • Battery charger
  • 3 x 100 ah leisure batteries (acid )
  • 1 x 100 ah engine battery (acid)

Sails / Rigging


Sloop rigged with alloy mast and spars
Stainless steel standing rigging
Facnor genoa furling system
Selden in-mast mainsail furling system
Spinaker boom
Gennaker pole
4 X genoa sheets
4 X spinnaker/gennaker sheets with shackles

SAILS:
Genoa: Jeanneau/Quantum
Mainsail: Jeanneau/Quantum
Additional Mainsail: Kevlar with vertical battens
Additional Genoa: Kevlar 120%
Additional Jib: 90%
Gennaker: 120m² gennaker with squeezer
Spinnaker: Spinnaker with squeezer

Deck Equipment


Sprayhood with three zipped enclosure panels with windows
Sun sail over the boom with zipper for the topping lift at the boom end

Winches
2 x Harken ST40 two speed self tailing winches on coachroof
2 x Harken ST 46 two speed self tailing winches on side decks
3 x winch handles
Genoa blocks on travellers and adjustable with line from cockpit
4 x rope tailbags in cockpit/companionway

Electric windlass
40 metres of 20 mm anchor rope
Danforth 25 kg anchor with 60 metres of 10mm chain
Additional 15 kg anchor with 10 metres of chain

6 x cleats including midships cleats
10 x fenders
4 x 15 metre warps
3 x 10 metre warps

Cockpit shower

Accommodation


SLEEPS 6 IN TWO DOUBLE CABINS PLUS SALOON
Jeanneau 'Fine Teak' interior joinery
Teak and holly design flooring
Upholstery in blue textile instead of standard white vinyl
cream curtains to all portholes in saloon, aft cabin and aft heads
blackout and flyscreen blinds to all deck hatches
Lee cloths to all berths in both cabins plus the saloon

Webasto diesel heating with five outlets

Palatial aft owners cabin with large double berth and large forward cabin with double berth both with hanging lockers

En-suite shower and heads to both cabins with manual jabsco toilets
and one 70 Litre holding tank

Large airy saloon with comfortable seating, 195 cm headroom, extra large teak folding table instead of the standard, non standard teak grabrails added to saloon ceiling, two additional reading lamps (non standard) and a brass clock and barometer

Navigation station with chart table and seat

'L' shaped galley with large 120 Litre fridge, stainless steel double sink and two burner gas stove with oven

Navigation Equipment


Raymarine C80 Chart plotter with Radar and AIS overlay at chart table
Raymarine ST40 Log/Echosounder at chart table
Raymarine ST60 Wind speed/direction at chart table
Raymarine RAYE DSC VHF with GMDSS at chart table
Navtex receiver
Moerer weather box for long wave weather reports and charts
Easy AIS receiver (does not transmit)


Silva Data repeater from chart plotter
Raymarine ST60 wind speed/direction in cockpit
Raymarine ST 40 Log/Echosounder in cocpit

Raymarine ST6002 Smart Pilot autopilot with stronger motor as standard
Raymarine ST 100 autopilot remote

Sony stereo radio/CD with 2 loudspeakers in cabin and 2 loudspeakers in cockpit

Safety Equipment


  • Navigation lights
  • Additional LEC tri-colour navigation light and LED anchor light on mast top
  • Life raft in cannister for 6 persons on pushpit
  • 4 x life jackets 275 with safety harness
  • Lifelines on deck and in cockpit
  • Radar reflector at mast top
  • Dan buoy with life line
  • Plastimo horse shoe with light
  • 6 x extra non standard grabrails midships and around the cockpit table
  • Inflatable dinghy 2,4m with yamaha 2 hp outboard engine

DISCLAIMER


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Disclaimer

Clipper Marine offer the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information, nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.