'Wavelength of Conwy', a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45DS, built in 2009. She is a fully equipped yacht, one owner from new and lying in Greece. She is exceptionally smooth in high seas and gives the skipper confidence whilst at the helm. She has a well balanced rig with solid lines, high end sails and super quality deck gear to make sailing easier and more fluid. The interior of this boat is light, modern and very comfortable. Lying Aegean Sea - Priced low for quick sale. Please call to arrange a viewing.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: B. Briand / V. Garroni
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 13.75 m
Beam: 4.37 m
LWL: 11.46 m
Maximum Draft: 2.06 m
Dry Weight: 10400 kgs
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Manufacturer Provided Description
The powerful hull lines of the Sun Odyssey 45 DS were perfected by Naval Architect Philippe Briand to ensure exceptional stability and comfort at sea.<p> This magnificent, seaworthy sailboat is rigged with a furling mainsail and genoa, for easy handling with a short-handed crew. On the high seas, you will feel completely secure.
Construction: Built by Jeanneau in 2009 to a Briand/Garroni design. Supplied by Network Yacht Brokers Conwy (Jeanneau Dealer for Wales). GRP hull, deck and superstructure Fin keel Twin wheel 3 Cabin / 2 Heads Version
Mechanical: 1 x Yanmar 4JH4-TE 75hp diesel engine, conventional shaft drive to a 3-bladed Max prop
Electrical System: 12volt & 240v system c/w sockets Shore power connection and 25m shore support cable 60ah Battery charger 4 x 12volt batteries
Water System: Pressuried hot and cold water Hot water boiler via engine or 240v shore power
Sails and Rigging: Aluminium mast and boom Stainless steel standing rigging In-mast furling mainsail and furling genoa Fixed backstay Rigid boom vang Running rigging
Deck Equipment: Anchor, chain and warp Electric anchor windlass with chain counter and remote control at helm position Fenders and mooring warps Sprayhood Bimini top Leather covered steering wheels Shower on transom Wood cockpit table c/w cover Weaver snap davits on transom Waterproof stereo cockpit speakers Stern arch with 4sqm solar panels
Navigation Equipment: 2 x Compass Raymarine E80 GPS/Chartplotter mounted in cockpit Raymarine PC interface kit at chart table c/w Raymarine Raytech software Raymarine 55E VHF radio c/w masthead antenna LED Navigation lights Navionics Gold cartography for chartplotter 3 x Raymarine ST70 displays (Wind, depth, speed) Raymarine SPX30 Autopilot (includes gyro, fluxgate & rudder reference)
Safety Equipment: 8-Man canister liferaft Radar reflector Horseshoe lifebuoy set Rescue line c/w stainless steel basket Jackstays Safety lines Offshore first aid kit
The 45 DS interior shows the evolution of Jeanneau’s deck saloon concept. The boat maximizes the abundance of space, taking full advantage of natural light and cross ventilation. The mix of Jeanneau’s laminate called Fine Teak with solid teak edgings and creamy white headliners makes for a clean, elegant and yet still inviting aura below.
The forward master cabin includes a vanity desk, several small lockers on both sides of the bunk and a large hanging locker. This three-cabin version includes double side-by-side cabins aft. The advantage of this arrangement is that one of the cabins makes a good sea berth on either tack.
The expansive saloon incorporates a U-shaped settee to starboard and straight settee opposite. Naturally light and ventilation is superb. There are well placed, leather-covered stainless grab rails on the nav desk, along the companionway steps and in the saloon. The saloon table converts to a double berth.
The L-shaped galley is to starboard. There are double sinks and a three burner stove with oven. There’s a lot of stowage, including lockers above and behind the countertops and stove. The fridge is top and front loading and the galley drawers are mounted fore-and-aft and have positive latches.
The nav station is opposite the galley. The desk is designed to house a laptop, reflecting the reality of PC navigation. The electrical panel is readily accessible outboard the nav station and, not surprisingly, a glance behind reveals immaculate workmanship.