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Sun Odyssey 39 DS
(11,62 m) - 2007

Layout :

  • Length : 11,62 m (38' 1")
  • Beam: 3.88m (12'7")
  • Draft: 2m (6'6")
  • Headroom: 2m (6'6")
  • Displacement: 7.2t
  • Material: Fiberglass
  • Rigging: Sloop
  • Engine: YANMAR 40HP

Tax paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia


Price : 12,9 M XPF / 108 000 €

Recent and modern sailing boat, ready for blue water sailing. 2 double cabins and 1 head.


Interior fittings :

7 Sleeps possible - 2 double cabins

  • One double cabin in the front
  • One double cabin at the rear in the direction of the width
  • 1 Berth in the saloon
  • The table in the saloon can be lowered to obtain a double berth
  • Aft port side head
  • Technical room (behind the head) on the port side
  • Large saloon
  • Galley on starboard
  • Chart table on port side

Listing :

Building and history

Sailboat type SUN ODYSSEY 39 DS (model 2008), in fiberglass, built by the shipyard JEANNEAU / Les Herbiers in 2007.
Her current owner bought her new (leasing) in July 2007.
The boat was equipped with Grand Voyage equipment (gantry, solar panels, ...) and left France in early 2008.
She sailed in the Mediterranean Sea before crossing the Atlantic Ocean. She then sailed in the Caribbean, before passing the Panama Canal and crossing the Pacific Ocean.
Today, the boat is in Polynesia (arrived in April 2011).

Engine

YANMAR 3JH4-E 40HP (1700hrs)
Diesel tank: 130L (34 US gal)
Consumption: 5 knots - 1.5L/h

Sloop rigging

Rigging 2007 in very good condition
QUANTUM sails (2007):
Total area sail: mainsail + genoa =70m²
QUANTUM mainsail (janvier 2016) on SELDEN furling mast
Genoa on SELDEN furler
Asymmetrical spinnaker with foldable bow sprit
Stormjib on removable stay (made by owner)
Spinnaker pole
HARKEN winches
2 Steering wheels

Ground tackle

QUICK electric windlass 1000W
Main anchorage: 24kg BRAKE anchor + 60m of 10mm chain (january 20016)

Comfort

Fesh water tank: 1 x 155L aft and 1 x 200L fore. 355L (94 US gal) in total
Sea water at sink
QUICK Ss tank hot water 40L (10.5 US gal) (under saloon bench seat on starboard)
Double sinks
ENO 2 burners stove + oven
Large fridge + freezer
2 Showers (hot and cold water): 1 inside in head + 1 on aft platform)
Manual toilet (with holding tank on port)
Washing machin (in the head)

Electrics

Houses batteries: 4 x 110Ah, 440Ah in total (2021)
Engine battery: 1 x 110Ah (2010)
Engine alternator
Solar pannels: 4 x 85Wc, 340Wc in total with regulator
Wind turbine: D400 with regulator (2010)
Shore supply
12V/220V - 1000W inverter

Electronics and navigation instruments of 2007

VHF RT 650 with AIS
RAYMARINE ST60+ sounder and speedo (2 repeater: 1 port + 1 starboard)
RAYMARINE C80 fixed plotter GPS + Magellan Explorist 210 handheld GPS
RAYMARINE ST6002 automatic pilot
RAYMARINE ST60+ windvane (2 repeater: 1 port + 1 starboard)
NAVTEX 96
PIONEE radio CD player + 4 speakers (2 outside and 2 inside)

Dinghy

AB 9' double fiber glass bottom (January 2016)
MERCURY 15HP 2 strokes outboard engine (January 2016)

Safety equipment

SEAGO 6 people life raft
Complet safety gear

Miscellaneous

Bimini + spray hood
Frame and davits
Gas barbecue
LED lights
Alarm upgrade

Haul-out Nov. 2014 : hull striped, 2 layers of epoxy + 3 layers of antifouling
Haul-out Nov. 2016 : all thru-hulls and valves changed, hoses. Cutlasse bearing changed.

Last bottom paint : 2018, next one planned this year.

Main strengths

Seaworthy. Blue water sailing boat gear. Very well maintained.

Last modified : 17/07/2022



ATTENTION

The boat's inventories are based on the indications given by the owners and even if we do our best to see that they are in accordance with the reality, there might be some differences. The boat's and equipment's condition has to be checked jointly by the buyer and seller before the sale. The respective responsibilities of both the seller and the buyer remain intact. In no case can Raiatea-yacht be held responsible for any defect on the boat.



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