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- US$ 129,500
One of the cleanest examples of these well loved vessels around.
Owned by very capable and caring Dutch mariners and never having been chartered she is pristine and will survey well.
Being sold due to medical issues.
Will you be the lucky one?
Please contact at +1 721-553-4475
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ABOUT THE “DS”
The Deck Saloon concept for the 43 ft line is a continuation of the revolutionary concept introduced in the Sun Odyssey 40DS. The success of the 40DS has challenged Jeanneau to continue the development of its productline of "Deck Saloons" and expand it with a new 43 foot model. This model is also designed by Daniel Andrieu, it was the "must see" boat at the Paris Boat Show at the time. As innovative as its predecessor, the Sun Odyssey 43DS conserves the concept of bringing bright natural lighting from the roof, and thanks to a fresh and clever design, has a very large aft cabin plus a wide cockpit. This Jeanneau 43DS is an owner boat that has been constantly upgraded and is ideal for circumnavigation, long distance cruising, blue water sailing, comfort and fun.
The interior design of the Jeanneau 43DS is unique with a full across aft stateroom that is spacious with lots of storage, windows and has a center line queen berth with private full equipped bathroom with shower, toilet, sink and stowage.
The main salon is designed such that when seated at the dinnette you have a full 180 degree panoramic view out of the raised salon windows.
Amongst many, many, of the extra options you will find:
Stow away solar panels; a very silent wind generator; a dinghy davits; Raymarine equipment; AB 10ft dinghy with aluminum shell floor (2012) + Tohashu 15hp outboard (2012); special tropic sun shades for all cabins; bimin; decktent; SSB radio ICOM 7200 with Pactor facility to send and receive mails and weatherreports while being at sea; Watermaker (with a spare membrane); Life raft; two large fridges; heavy duty Yanmar inboard engine 75 hp; Sailomat windvane with spares and much more.
This 43DS is a two cabin, two head (bathroom) version.
Saloon: Ergonomic U-shaped bench seating to starboard. Fixed teak salon table with solid teak fiddle. The table can be lowered with extra cushion and thus be used as a huge double bed. Sectioned storage lockers with the water heater under the bench seat. Storage lockers above backrests. Panoramic view via roof windows from seated position with curtains.
Handrails under windows. Fiberglass deck liner covered with light-colored fabric. Floorboards with access panels to compartmentalized storage. 1 Opening roof hatch. Cushions and backrests with removable fabric covers. 4 Halogen overhead lights with 2 on-off switches 1 Side light 2 Loudspeakers. Standing headroom : 5′ 9″ All lights in the roof have been replaced by led lights. The cabin is additionally equipped with extra grip points, to enhance safety at sea.
Located to port, facing forward Dual-purpose furnishing with 2 seats and center table. Cushions and backrests with removable fabric covers. Nav. table with storage locker. Fixed table.
Easy-access small article storage. Bar furnishing under aft seat, Water distribution panel under chart table, Upper furnishing and shelving for instruments and books, Main electrical panel with access to connections.
Wide cockpit for easy maneuvering. Cable steering system with pedestal. Stainless steel steering wheel coated Ø 40″. Fiberglass navigation instrument console on steering column, 1 console-mounted compass, 1 pedestal-mounted engine throttle/shift lever. Protected engine panel next to helm seat. Teak batten helm seat, cockpit seats, cockpit floor, and stern skirt. Gas bottle storage in starboard aft compartment incl. 2 composite gas bottles.
Liferaft storage in transom compartment. Storage locker to port. Large sail lockers to port and to starboard. Fixed cockpit table with 2 folding leaves and built-in icebox. Winch handle holders. Folding swim ladder with teak step. Fresh water transom shower. Access to transom from cockpit via removable helm seat Steering: Fiberglass rudder with stainless steel frame. Solid stainless steel rudder stock, 2 Self-aligning rudder bearings.
Designer: Daniel Andrieu/ Jeanneau Design
Keel: Fin Hull
LOA: 43 ft 4 in (13.20 meters)
Beam: 13 ft 8 in
LWL: 37 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in (2 meters)
Displacement: 20503 lbs
Ballast: 6515 lbs
Dry Weight: 20350 lbs
Engine Brand: YANMAR, 75 hp Engine
3 separate fresh Water Tanks: (total 146 Gallons) (150, 150 and 200 liters)
Fuel Tank: (53 Gallons) (200 liters)
Number of double berths: 2 (possible to rebuild to the original 3) (extra double bed in cabin possible by lowering table and adding cushion)
Number of cabins: 2 (3 is possible)
Number of heads: 2 Seating Capacity: 8
Electrical and Electronics
Compass GPS (1 additional handheld gps garmin)
Raymarine Depthsounder Plotter Raymarine s6000
at nav station
Wind, speed,depth Raymarine,
Autopilot Raymarine St 6001
Raymarine chart plotter
Repeater(s) Raymarine (depthsounder, tridata, log, windspeed direction)
Icom 7200 SSB with Pactor Modem Invertor
Hailer and horn
Wind generator Air X marine with silent blades,
Four house batteries AGM with one engine battery (new 2012)
125 AMP High output Alternator
Watermaker Vilage marine “Little Wonder”
Two solar panels Kyocera, each are 110 Watts.
Sony Radio, with USB and remote control, outside speakers
LED lighting inside LED 3-colour top light
Flat screen LED TV
TV connected to special marine computer with navigational software en connection to the SSB pactor modem
Shore power inlet Electrical Circuit
: 12V Hella fans in all cabins including the galley
Furling laminate genoa (plus spare sail)80 %
Mainsail (plus spare sail)
ATS (a-symatrical touring Spinaker)Removable forestay + additional jib and stormjib
Extra rail on mast + Trysail
Steering wheel Gaiot
Windvane installation Sailomat, with spare parts
Harken winches 1x Electric winch
Electric anchor winch
33kg Rocna anchor 100 meter anchor chain (10mm)
Heating (webasto, diesel powered)
Refrigerator (two large boxes)
Manual bilge pump
Two toilets (Jabsco)
Oven (force 10 4-p stove)
Hot water boiler
Fresh water maker (village marine, little wonder, with new membrane)
Electric bilge pump Microwave oven
Davits Liferaft, 6 person capacity
Full teak on Deck
Outboard engine bracket
Magma BBQ (plus 10 primagaz charges)
Decktent Outboard engine cover
Dinghy cover (2x)
Lazy Jack lines
SOS spenders with harness
Six life Vests
All kitchen ware; pots and pans
Two spare Anchors,
Chain and Rode.
1x CQR 21 kg, 1x Bruce anchor 20 kg
Flares, ditch bag and all required USGC safety gear
A large number of spares, rigging as well as other equipment.
This Jeanneau 43DS is a three cabin, two head layout with a huge aft master stateroom that spans across the entire beam with a great center line queen berth (matrasses by ‘Neptune’) plus ‘special wooden support system’.
To starboard at the base of companionway is a L shaped galley, complete with twin sinks, 2 large fridges ( top opening) Force 10 4p-stove, oven, microwave oven, storage above the countertops, drawers and closets below countertops.
Across from the galley is a large full head with separate shower stall and just to forward along the port side is a very well equipped and comfortable front facing navigation station.
Seating for six is to starboard at a comfortable dinnette.
Forward of the main salon is another full head and shower with another private stateroom and V berth.
L-shaped galley to starboard. Teak galley furnishings with laminated countertop, Rectangular double stainless steel sink, 2 sink covers doubling as cutting boards. Glass divider separating galley/salon. Hot and cold pressure water mixer tap, Shelving and wastebasket under sink, Top-loading double frigde, salt water tab with footpump. The burner stove is ideally placed, so that dinner can be prepared at all weather conditions.
4 storage lockers and cutlery drawer. 4 burner stove/oven Force 10, . 230 liter / 61 gal. dual compartment top-loading refrigerator with icetray and storage bin. 2 Side lights, Crockery and storage locker above countertop, 2 Halogen overhead lights. Access to refrigeration compressor, thru-hulls, and gas valve in compartment under stove. Floorboards with hinged access doors give acces to watermaker, Overhead galley handrail Roof windows with curtains. 1 Roof port 1 Roof hatch 1 12V plug.
Engine compartment under companionway. Complete soundproof insulation of engine compartment. Engine blower Access to engine by removable cover. Stainless steel propeller shaft, three-bladed fixed propeller.
Fuel/water separator, Raw water filter Anti-siphon valve, Maintenance-free cutlass bearing, Battery charge distributor, Quarter-turn raw water intake thru-hull.
Stainless steel stem fitting with swinging anchor roller. Stainless steel bow pulpit with running lights, Stainless steel stern pulpit with buoy bracket and seat. Double lifelines with port and starboard lifeline gates, 6 Mooring cleats with chocks (fore, center, and aft). Anchor locker cover and fitting for padlock.
Vertical electric windlass aft of chain locker. 8 Line stoppers on roof for halyards and sail control lines. 2 Genoa winches on cockpit coaming, 2 Roof-mounted winches for halyards and sail control lines: one is electrical. 2 5-sheave halyard organizers, 2 Deck-mounted genoa tracks with adjustable fairleads, car position control and led to cockpit. 1 Roof-mounted mainsheet traveler track, 2 Forward lower shroud chainplates, 2 Aft-lower, intermediate, and upper shroud chainplates, 2 backstay chainplates on transom. Maststeps with blocks. The main sail is equipped with a system that makes it possible to apply 3 reefs without leaving the cockpit!
Standing Rigging: Anodized aluminum boom and deck-stepped furling mast, There is a fixed special tri-sail rail for quick fitting of the tri-sail. Swept-back double spreaders (also ssb antenna) and masthead rig. Stainless steel wire rigging, Backstay with bridle, Above-deck genoa furler, Spinnaker pole track. Removable forestay, additional rail on the mast for the trysail.
Running Rigging: 1 Jib halyard 1 Mainsail topping lift 1 Mainsail 2 Genoa sheets 1 Mainsheet 1 Mainsail outhaul 1 Rigid boom vang 1 Adjustable mainsheet traveler 1 Genoa furler control line.
33 kg Rocna anchor, 100 meters anchorchain
Among the very complete list of sails you will find a mainsail, genoa, forestay sail, heavy weather sails (Trysails) and a gennaker.
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.
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