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Sun Odyssey 42
(12,80 m) - 1993

Layout :

  • Length : 12,80 m (41' 11")
  • Beam : 3,98 m (13'05'')
  • Draft : 2 m (6'56")
  • Displacement : 8850kg
  • Lest : 3 Tons
  • Material : Fiberglass
  • Rigging : Sloop
  • Engine : Yanmar 63 HP

French flag. Taxes paid for French Polynesia.

Based in French Polynesia

Price : 7,2 M XPF / 60 000 €

Sailboat 3 cabins, 2 heads, efficient and safe, ready to sail.

Now in French Polynesia.

Interior fittings :

6 to 8 sleeps - 3 double cabins

  • 1 double cabin owner on fore
  • 2 double cabins aft
  • Saloon to starboard with table that lowers to turn into bed
  • Chart table to port
  • Galley in length to port
  • 2 Heads with shower and toilet

Listing :

Building and history

Sailboat with bulb keel, type SUN ODYSSEY 42, in monolithic polyester, built by Jeanneau shipyards in 1993 according to the plans of Andrieu Yacht Design.
Never chartered, she belonged to three private owners.
The current owners bought her in the Dominican Republic and sailed her to Saint Martin where she has been upgraded and paint.
They crossed then the Pacific to French Polynesia where they live on board since.


YANMAR 63 HP model 4JH2TE, 3173 hours (revised in 2012)
110Ah battery (August 2019)
1 * 150 L stainless steel fuel tank (emptied and cleaned in 2019)
Average consumption: 3L / h maximum
Air extractor installed in the engine compartment in September 2019
Alternator changed (2017)
Decanter installed in 2012, filter changed in June 2019

Sloop rigging at the top

Standing rigging completely changed (2012)
Francespar aluminum mast placed on shore in good condition, a spreader changed in 2012
Main sail on mast furler (revised in 2017)
Genoa on furler (revised in 2017)
New staysail
Symmetrical spinnaker with sock
Total sail area: 81.5 m2 (877 sq. Ft.)
Aluminum pole positioned along the mast

Ground tackle

Goiot windlass series 315 with up / down control by dedicated buttons in the anchor locker and dedicated circuit breaker
Main anchorage: plow anchor 20 kg (45 lb) + 60 m of chain 10mm (2017)
Secondary anchorage: articulated anchor + 30m of chain + 40m of rope diameter 24mm
Grapple for tender with 5m of 8mm chain


2 Stainless steel freshwater tanks, total 500 L
2 Manual toilets JABSCO
2 showers
1 deck shower
Water heater on engine
Stainless steel double sink
Fresh water under pressure
Sea water by foot pump
2-burner gas stove + oven Eno (2012)
12V refrigerator with top opening


3 House batteries 110Ah, total 330Ah (August 2019)
2 Solar panels of 80W, total 160W (cables changed in November 2019)
Airbrise BR00 13131 wind generator
Engine alternator of 2017 + 1 spare
500W converter
LED interior lighting
LED exterior except deck and top light

Electronics and navigation instruments

RAYMARINE C70 chartplotter changed in 2017
RAYMARINE ST 6002 autopilot
RAYMARINE ST60 + anemometer
Depth sounder, loch Raytheon ST60 tridata screen hardly legible, provide for replacement
2 VHF, 1 fixed Raymarine 54E + 1 Standard Horizon HX851 laptop
Olympic 135 compass
Raymarine radar
AIS Engine 2 Nasa Marine, connection to the plotter to check


AB 9'5 aluminum hard bottom dinghy of 2012 with cover
Draining of the base and impeller changed in June 2019
Tohatsu outboard engine 18 HP (2012)

Safety equipment

EV liferaft 6 people (last revision 2012)
2 Automatic trigger harnesses
6 Lifejackets
Fire extinguishers to change
EPIRB Satellite3 406MHz
2 bilge pumps, 1 electric equipped with a float in the well under the floor of the saloon, 1 manual pump control in the cockpit, pipes and stainless steel collars changed in October 2019


Tilting stainless steel aft gantry (2012)
Outboard engine bracket on pushpit
Gas bottle location in a cockpit locker
Spray-hood (revised 2017)
Bimini (revised 2017)
Toolbox + stainless steel screws
Various engine spare parts, deck hardware

Last bottom paint: 2017
The next is scheduled for March 2020

Main strengths

Sailboat inhabited and regularly maintained.
Comfortable in navigation as at anchor.
Equipped with many storage space.
Maneuvers back to the cockpit.

Last modified : 23/01/2023


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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