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This Sun Odyssey 52.2 from the famous French Jeanneau yard was delivered late June 1999 in Holland and has hardly been used since. Her total enginehours are 196. She is therefore in immaculate condition and ready to go. Due to lack of time she is in a new condition. The yard in Hindeloopen has just finished with giving her a full polish and wax aswell as a new antifouling.

JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 52.2

Dimensions   15,39 x 4,85 x 1,80 (m)
Material   grp
Built   1999
Engine(s)   1 x Yanmar 4JH2DTE Diesel
HP/Kw   88 (hp), 64,68 (kw)
Lying   at sales office
Sales office   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold
Vat   paid
   

General - JEANNEAU SUN ODYSSEY 52.2

GRP sailing yacht Jeanneau Sun Odessey 52.2 "Enne", Hin number FR-IRI00065C999, 15,39 (lwl 12,70) x 4,85 x 1,80 meter, built by Jeanneau in France, designed by Bruce Farr, GRP hull deck and superstructure, teak on the side decks and the deck in front of the mast aswell as in the cockpit, displacement 15 tons, ballast 56.000 kg in a cast iron shallow draft keel with a bulb, 2 Goyot opening portlights from the aft cabin to the cockpit one for each aft cabin, 2 Goyot low profile opening deckhatches in deck aft one for each aft cabin, 3 Goyot opening portlights and a fixed window in each side of the susperstructure, 4 small low profile Goyot deckhatches and one large Goyot opening deckhatch above the saloon for ampel light and ventilation, 2 small and 2 large Goyot opening deckhatches above the foreward cabin, 2 dorades in the central superstructure with a teak seat over it, fuel capacity 400 liter in a GRP tank with fuellevel meter, water capacity approx. 1000 liter in 2 GRP tanks, sump tank approx. 40 liter black water for the foreward toilet, Goyot aluminium steering wheels, emergency tiller.

Accommodation

Classic teak interior, 3 cabins each with a double and enclosed head, all heads with a large worktop a minimum of 2 lockers a mirror, manual toilet and a shower with drain, 2 aft cabins each with ampel lighting and ventilation 2 lockers and a large cupboard, the forward cabin is a large ownerscabin with queen sized bed in the middle, several overhead deckhatches all with blinds and to port a large vanity area with several drawers and lockers. The saloon has a large U-sofa to port, a central sofa facing port, and a large galley area to starboard with a.o. corean worktop with double stainless steel sink, footpump, a stainless steel Siemens combi microwave, a stainless steel door leading to the 12 Volt 50 liter Danfoss refrigerator, and the Eno 2-burner gasstove with oven, Princess coffeemachine, 6 drawers lots of cupholders and cupboards and a double bar against the bulkhead. Eberspaecher hot air heating system, waterpressure system and a boiler with 30 liter of hot water heated by both engine and 220 Volt complete her equipment.

Machinery

Yanmar 4JH2DTE 88 hp (65 kW) diesel engine, number 36880, 196 engine hours (August 2003), mechanical gearbox, indirect cooling system, engine control meters for revs, hours, Henderson manual bilgepump port in the cockpit, deckshower for the anchorchain, Sleipner sidepower 12 Volt bowthruster, 12 Volt DC and 220 Volt AC shipsystem, shorepower with cable and earthbreaker, 3x 180 Ah./12 Volt service batteries, 1x 88 Ah. start battery, 12 Volt socket in the cockpit table, cockpitlights on the boom, DC consumption and charger meters, AC voltmeter.

Navigation

2 Plastimo horizon magnetic pedestal compasses, 1 for each pedestal, 2 cockpitspeakers for the stereo,
connectionpoint for the second VHF handset and external speaker in the cockpit.
At the port helm we find: Raytheon ST 60 tridata for log and depth, a Raytheon ST 60 windinstrument for windspeed and direction both true and appearant and a Raytheon Raynav 398 GPS/Loran navigator.
At the starboard helm we find: Raytheon ST 60 tridata for both speed and depth, a Raytheon ST 60 windinstrument for windspeed and direction both true aswell as appearant, controls for the Raytheon ST 6000 autopilot.
At the navigationtable we find: Autohelm radar, Raychart 620 plotter, Shipmate RS 8300 with atis, Nasa Target Navtex 147, Raytheon St 60 multi, remote control for the autopilot.






Equipment

Dark blue sprayhood with stainless steel bars and leather finish, biminitop with zip on cover for easy storage, bathing platform with integrated folding boarding ladder and deckshower with pressured hot and cold water, searailing with opening ports on either side, open pullaand pushpit for easy access, Alc 2000 6 persons liferaft in a container number 42981 last inspected in feb. 2002 by Marine Assist in Grou, attached to the pullpit in a stainless steel bracket, large teak folding cockpit table with a blue cover, cupholders and a bar inside, double anchorroler for the 60 lbs CQR anchor and 60 meter 10 mm anchorchain, Lofrans Monza 12 Volt 1000 Watt electric anchorwinch with remote control, central mooring clamps, integrated and mounted on brackets for lifebuoy on the pullpit, thermometer, hygrometer, barometer, clock.

Rigging

Sloop-rigged, Sparcraft 2-spreader inmastfurling aluminium anodized deck-stepped mast with swept aft spreaders, manual inmast furling system, Sparcraft rodkicker, Harken deck gear, Profurl fuling headsail system, removable inner forestay for hank on sails, 1x Harken 44 2-speed selftailing halyard winch on the mast with 2 Francesparr stoppers, 2x Harken type 24.2 2-speed selftailing primery sheetwinches, 1x Harken type 44 2-speed selftailing halyard winch on the coachroof starboard with a set of 5 Spinnlock XT and 2 Spinnlock XA stoppers, 1x electric Harken type 44 2-speed selftailing halyard and reefwinch on the coachroof port with a set of 5 Spinnlock XT stoppers, twin backstays, Harken genoa and mainsheet tracks, mainsheet traveller in front of the entrance for easy access, Sparrcraft deck-stored spi boom, furling mainsail 42 m2, furling genoa approx. 70 m2, stormjib for the hank on removable forestay.

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