Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Yanmar
- Model: 4JH5-CE
- Drive Type: SailDrive
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 54hp
- Type: Inboard
- Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
- Year: 2012
- Engine Hours: 149
Four cabins outside the saloon with ten berths in total.
Forward owner's cabin with central berth. Door to passage with heads compartment to starboard with washbasin and cabinet above, Jabsco marine w.c. with holding tank, shower with electric drainage pump. Opposite the heads compartment to port is a bunk cabin with hanging locker.
Saloon with U shaped settee to starboard, upper storage cabinets, and saloon table with double berth infill. Settee to port with chart table and forward facing seat. Cream saloon upholstery.
L shaped galley to starboard with double stainless steel sinks (hot and cold pressurised fresh water system, 40 litre hot water tank and tank gauge), large fridge, ENO gimballed two burner gas cooker with grill and oven, and a vast amount of stowage. 400 litres fresh water capacity.
Aft heads compartment to port with basin, shower and Jabsco marine toilet with holding tank.
Two double aft cabins with hanging lockers and shelving. Shades and screens for hatches and ports.
Teak and Holly laminate flooring throughout. Flush mounted LED ceiling lights. 12V sockets in all cabins. 220V shore power system with sockets thorough boat, immersion heat and battery charger.
Stereo system with Bose speakers in saloon and cockpit speakers. TV set. Webasto diesel fired central heating system.
Fractional bermudan sloop rig, deck stepped. Silver anodised aluminium mast and boom by Sparcraft, 2012. Stainless steel standing rigging with double back stays, 2012. Terylene running rigging all led aft to cockpit or helmsman, 2012. Two Harken self tailing primary winches. Two Harken self tailing secondary winches. Harken genoa tracks. Spinlock jammers. Main sheet traveller. In-mast furling to mainsail and Facnor head sail furling system. Rod kicker.
- Furling Mainsail - 2012
- Furling Genoa - 2012
- Storm Jib - 2012
Located under companionway in vented and soundproofed compartment with excellent access. Year 2012, Yanmar 4JH5-CE, 54hp marine diesel engine. Fresh water cooled. Sail drive to fixed three blade propeller. Single lever engine controls. Fuel/water separator. 200 litres fuel capacity in plastic tank. The engine was professionally serviced in April 2017. Only 149 hours on the engine.
Maxpower bow thruster
6 x 12V batteries charging via 80 amp engine alternator and 220V shore power charger. (3 domestic, 1 engine start, 1 anchor windlass and 1 bow thruster). Full 240V shore power system with sockets, immersion heater and battery charger. Inverter.
- Midship cleats.
- Delta 35Kg anchor with 60m chain.
- Electric anchor windlass
- Cockpit table.
- Hot and cold transom shower
- Sprayhood with grab handle
- Cockpit cushions
- Leather covered steering wheels
- Transom shower
- Outboard engine bracket on pushpit
- Fold down transom platform with telescopic swim ladder
- Eight fenders and various mooring warps
- Inflatable dinghy.
- LED Navigation lights, deck level and masthead
- Simrad IS40 Multi displays (log, speed, depth, wind)
- DSC VHF radio + hand held VHF
- Simrad GPS/plotter multi display in cockpit with new 4G radar
- Simrad Autopilot with remote control
- Two binnacle mounted compasses
- Emergency tiller
- Fire extinguishers
- First aid kit
- Radar reflector
- Eight person life raft, 2012 and serviced in 2016
- Manual and electric bilge pumps
Sun Odyssey 439 built by Jeanneau in 2012 and believed first launched in 2014. White grp hull with style stripes. White grp coach roof with moulded coach roof. Cast iron shoal fin keel. Twin wheel steering systems. Self draining cockpit and anchor well. Teak cockpit seats. Large cockpit and lazarette lockers. Life raft locker with washboard storage. Gas locker for twin bottles. Stainless steel safety rails and pvc coated lifelines. Wood coach roof hand rails. Bow thruster.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.