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Sun Odyssey 39i, sailing charter yachts in Greece,
Boat details
Type Sloop Cabins / Berths 3 / 6
LOA 11.86 m Toilets 1
Displacement 7.3 tons Showers 1 + deck
Beam 3.88 m Engine 40 Hp / 29 KW
Draft 2.00 m Diesel 130 lt
Main Sail 36.3m², Furling Water 355 lt
Genoa 34.2m², Furling Year 2007-2008
Boat overview
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Deck equipment: Electric anchor, windlass, Cockpit table, Cockpit shower, Cockpit speakers, Steering wheel, Dinghy, Outboard motor, Spray-hood, Bimini top
Electronics & Facilities: Electric fridge, Gas oven, Log & Speed, V.H.F., GPS, Wind Instruments, Depth sounder, Radio, CD Player
Rigging / Sails: Roller furling genoa, Roller furling main, Spinnaker fitting.

Sun Odyssey 39i, Description of the sailing yacht

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39i shares many of the qualities of the 39 DS. Thanks to a generous beam carried well aft, interior volume is greater than one would expect on a 39-footer. The boat's a breeze to operate under sail or power: The helm is light, and the boat responds obediently to a flick of the fingers on the wheel.

Halyards, reefing and furling lines, and the mainsheet are led aft to winches on either side of the companionway; primary winches are on the coamings just forward of the twin wheels. The big, triangular cockpit is comfortable for lounging, and a centerline table has plenty of room for six to dine alfresco. A hot-and-cold-water transom shower is handy to the broad swim platform.

The roomy forward cabin has a large V-berth and ample storage space in hanging lockers and on shelves, due, in part, to Jeanneau not trying to incorporate a second head into the boat. The saloon is large, airy, and comfortable. A wraparound dinette to starboard, just forward of an L-shaped galley, has seating for five or six

A settee berth is opposite, just forward of the nav station. On the two-cabin layout, the spacious head to port features a separate shower with a seat. On the three-cabin layout, the head is considerably smaller and doesn't have a separate shower. Owners can choose a large aft cabin to starboard or twin aft cabins. All staterooms have fore-and-aft double berths.