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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- CALPE, ALICANTE, Spain
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- EUR 144,900 Tax Paid (US$ 164,302)
First owner boat, very little use, only 150 engine hours. Leasing SGB FINANCE available. Avaliable Mooring at the Yacht Club of Calpe, Alicante.
Sun Odyssey 379: Manoeuvrability, ergonomics and aesthetics. The slim line and stretched cover signed by Marc Lombard, invites to launch mooring lines and put to sea to devour miles. The first look is striking and leaves us guessing its excellent marine behavior.
The hull of nearly 12 meters allows a safe and comfortable navigation as well as offering good maneuverability and ergonomics inside. Got hydrodynamics is perfect thanks to the evolutionary design of its hull and keel cast iron optimized by computer programs and advanced hydrodynamic calculations, and can be chosen on two drafts of 1.95 meters or openwork reduced to 1.6 meters or even with daggerboard that can vary the depth from 1.1 meters to 2.25 meters, equipped with external box in the hull which does not sacrifice the habitability of the room.
The Sun Odyssey 379 is designed with double helm pronounced elongation helps achieve high performance in speed throughout the polar curve and offer very good course stability, besides ensuring a great maneuverability even with large heeling. In addition to having been designed to run and to satisfy the most demanding owner, the new Sun Odyssey 379 can be operated by one person thanks to all maneuvers forwarding to the tub and the good situation of the four winches. All ends that go to the post have been hiding under a cover on the deck to improve aesthetics, from the brakes to the pulley plate fixed to the foot of the mast. The sail plan can be particularized for each shipowner and standard version offers over 35 m2 with double reefing from bathtub, and furling genoa 35 m2 and a coating of 135%. The tacking jib that can be installed is 23 m2 and most can be mounted on a pole with reel, with rigging double in back-stay. The owner can also request a Code 0 of 55 m2 or 99 m2 Genaker downwind. We like its twin steering wheel that shares a multifunction display for electronics, with ability to rotate the band from which we are ruling the sailboat. The console is located at the rear end of the tub folding table with two wings and well thought out to accommodate up to 6 people or 4 with great relief.
In the bow area were pleasantly surprised rail jib self-virante which further simplifies maneuvering and will delight owner who wants to go sailing solo from. The tub is large and closed at the stern with a wide opening through which access to the narrow bathing platform from which descend the stairs in steel and jump into the sea to swim. The side benches and the floor of the tub are covered in teak and form the meeting place once mounted the central table. In the bulkhead of the stern to the living room they have practiced two curved windows that give good light inside. All hatches and windows have been designed so flush which shows the good taste of the shipyard. Perfect! The decor very modern style with the light colors harmonises the woods with a beige upholstery very cheerful and elegant white oil. The interior volume is amazing. Everything is comfortable and bright. The solid wood is combined with 316 quality stainless steel and clear coatings.
All this functionality seeking any owner wants to give thought to sail a boat really. The functional aspect is reflected in every detail as the kitchen in "L" with its multiple distributions, wide refrigerator, the large square table, wide closet for clothes water, seats that can be used as beds, or its well-arranged card table. In the center dinete we find an envelope around a large table with folding wing, that being extended will accommodate 8 guests. In front there is provided a large sofa whose end serves as the seat for the card table.
The latest fashion trend in the marine industry is the hard chine. Although touted as ultra-modern, this idea is not new at all, but rather an old one revived. Traditionally, hard chines were found on steel and plywood vessels because those materials, unlike fiberglass, are difficult to shape into compound curves. But it has been inadvertently discovered that hard chines possess additional advantages. The angular shape of the chines running the length of the hull acts as longitudinal stiffeners. The flat under-surface of the chine enhances form stability and the sharpness of the chine’s submerged edge increases the lateral resistance of the hull. Perhaps of more importance to the modern, volume-driven designer is that the chine adds a few inches to the interior right where it’s most needed, at berth level aft.
I must confess that I’ve owned two hard chine boats and have never found them to be as aesthetically displeasing as many. In fact, I find the signature look of the new Jeanneau 379 quite attractive. But aesthetics aside, designer Marc Lombard has created a performance cruiser that’s impressive on many levels.
Please contact Paco Maldonado at +34 666791213
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Flag of Registry: Spain
LOA: 11.34 m
Beam: 3.76 m
Displacement: 6700 kgs
Ballast: 1769 kgs
Total Power: 29 HP
Engine Brand: YANMAR
Year Built: 2015
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Power: 29 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (330 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (129 Liters)
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Number of bathrooms: 1
Seating Capacity: 6
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 220V
DESCRIPTION AND INVENTORY
Documentation: Registered for private use (List 7), taxes included, navigation certificate: Zone 4, sleeps 6, until 2020.
Motor YANMAR 29 hp, 150 hours. Sail drive transmission, FLEX OR FOLD folding propeller.
Distribution Owner version, bow cabin with large wardrobe and porthole ventilation, large aft cabin with wardrobe and portholes ventilation, kitchen in starboard and toilet with separate shower, access to large storage compartment from the bathroom.
Sails and Rigging
Mayor full batten kevlar taffeta by TECHNIQUE VOILES with lazy, tri-radial furling genoa kevlar taffetta TECHNIQUE VOILES, Genoa furler FACNOR, Asymmetrical with sock.
PACK PERFORMANCE: Standing Rigging Sign Dyform, Working Rigging Dyneema, carts in Genoa with setting from cockpit, 2 winches in roof HARKEN bags halyards in cockpit, windex 15, 3 cranks winch HARKEN, backstay adjustable, Second roldana in bow anchor ref fist.
NAVIGATION PACK: Rigid rodkicker, spinnaker rigging.
I (IG): 46.70 '/ 14.23m J: 13.60' / 4.15m
P: 44.60 '/ 13.59m E: 13.90' / 4.24m
Electronics RAYMARINE: TV with TDT (connected to external Raymarine), Antena TDT in mast, multifunction display E97 (tactile keyboard), AIS AMEC, VHF RAY 55E dual station, radar antenna RD418HD 4kW, control remote RMK-9 pack instrumentation I70 RAYMARINE, EV-200 autopilot
PACK FINITION PREMIERE: Cleats mooring maximum beam, navigation lights Led, electric windlass with anchor + 30m chain 10mm, Sprayhood, Bimini inox, wheels covers, Bath Platform with opening, cockpit cushions, wheels in composite, cockpit shower cold / hot, lifelines with tickets, Cockpit table.
Electrical circuit 12 / 220v, shore power 220v, battery charger CRISTEC 35 Ah, 3 batteries LGK 110 AH for services, motor battery NGK 110 AH, plugs 12v / 220v in saloon and cabins, kitchen oven 2 burners "luxury" with grill , electric refrigerator WAECCO, door upright refrigerator, curtains windows and portholes, blinds and mosquito screens deck hatches, Audio Station "sonic hub" bluetooth remote control, speakers int-ext, Extra water tank (130lts), Table salon "luxury" folding , quiet flush electric toilet aft port, sewage tank, bathroom with separate shower
Security Safety Equipment Zone 4 to 6 seats. EPIRB.
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