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Broker: Dennis Moran
Email Address:
Phone: 949.642.5735


Price: $299,950 USD
Model: Sun Odyssey
Length: 49' 0" (14m)
Beam: 14' 9" (4.50m)
Model Year: 2005
Year Built: 2004
Staterooms: 3
Flag: U.S.

The well-designed interior works well at anchor or under sail.  3-stateroom plan with center-line island queen berth master forward with en-suite head and separate shower stall.  The salon has a very spacious settee with teak dinette table to starboard and centerline seat which converts to a berth.  The functional galley is opposite to port with abundant counter space, double stainless steel sink top & front load refrigerator, separate top load freezer and built-in microwave.  The navigation station is aft to starboard with unique contoured seat, built-in electronics and electrical panels. Salon has 4 opening overhead hatches and 2 opening ports for cross-ventilation.  There are two identical double guest cabins aft with separate entrances and guest head to port.

  • ENO 4-burner LPG stove w/oven
  • Frigoboat 12V refrigeration
  • Emerson microwave
  • Dual s/s sink
  • ICOM M-402 VHF (nav station)
  • Raymarine C-120 GPS/plotter/depth (nav station)
  • ICOM IC-M700 SSB (nav station)
  • Raymarine ST-60 Multi (nav station)
  • (2) Raymarine ST-60 C windspeed/direction (cockpit)
  • (2) Raymarine ST-60 Graphic (cockpit)
  • (2) Raymarine ST-60 Tridata (cockpit)
  • Raymarine autopilot
  • (2) Plastimo pedestal compasses

Audio & Visual Equipment:

  • Sony Bravia 26” flat panel TV
  • Panasonic DVD/CD player
  • MRD 80 marine stereo w/salon and cockpit speakers

  • 110VAC/12VDC systems
  • (4) Lifeline AGM 12VDC house batteries – 2012
  • (1) Group 27 12VDC engine start battery
  • Xantrex Prosine 1800 inverter
  • Shore power w/30A shore power cord
  • Lofrans 12V vertical capstan anchor windlass
  • Delta anchor w/300’ 5/16” chain
  • Fortress anchor w/chain and line
  • S/S bow roller
  • Dual helm stations
  • S/S pulpit and stanchions w/double lifelines and gates port/starboard
  • Transom gate w/built-in swim step
  • Cockpit table
  • Cockpit dodger
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit awning
  • Mainsail cover
  • Table and helm covers
  • Winch covers
  • Elliott/Pattison Dacron full batten 6.5 oz mainsail w/Dutchman furling system

  • Elliott/Pattison 155% roller furling genoa

  • Hood 130% Roller furling genoa

  • Elliott/Pattison ¾ oz asymmetric spinnaker

  • Elliott/Pattison ¾ oz spinnaker

  • North 1.5 oz spinnaker – Sailmaker

  • Anodized aluminum 2-spreader mast

  • Anodized aluminum boom w/internal outhaul and 2 reefs

  • Profurl roller furling headstay

  • (2) Harken 59ST 2-speed primary winches

  • (2) Harken 44ST 2-speed secondary winches

  • (1) Harken 59ST 2-speed halyard/reefing winch

  • (1) Harken 59ST electric 2-speed multi-function winch

  • Harken mainsheet traveler

  • Harken adjustable jib leads

  • Sparcraft boom vang

  • Aluminum spinnaker pole

  • Aluminum reaching strut

This well-cared for Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 is under original ownership.  Unlike some sisterships for sale, she has never been chartered and has the more desirable three stateroom layout with full-width master, forward of the salon.  The rig was optimized for best sailing performance by extending the mainsail foot and luff for additional sail area, while retaining full standing headroom under the boom.  Her almost 15’ beam offers exceptional living area in the salon for socializing including the popular center-line dinette settee.  Setup to be easily sailed by a husband/wife crew with Dutchman mainsail furling system, electric sail control winch with all control lines leads to cockpit. Satin varnished teak interior with teak/holly cabin sole.  She also has a 4-blade feathering max prop that provides 8kts cruising speed under power.
  • Bulkhead mounted brass clock and matching barometer
  • Tools

Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht.  These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.