SLEEPS 6 in 3 CABINS.
Three cabin layout with large owners cabin forward and two guest cabins aft.
All surfaces are high quality varnished marine teak plywood.
Solid laminated teak frames and cappings.
White vinyl head-linings with teak battening
White vinyl faced centre bulkhead - Installed by professional Ship Wright
Teak/holly style laminate floors in heads with access to bilge
White GRP moulded heads
2 metre headroom throughout.
Description of accommodation from forward:
Owner's forward cabin:
Double berth with Double Premium quality mattress with stowage beneath. Cupboards aft and ample hanging lockers with further a bespoke hanging locker next to heads. Door access to saloon. Access to en-suite heads compartment with sea toilet, washbasin and shower.
Positioned to starboard. Substantial U-shaped seating upholstered in an attractive neutral Stone material with further centre-line bench seat. Stowage beneath main settee with further storage beneath bench. Large one-piece table. Locker and shelf stowage outboard. Opening ports and deckhead hatches.
Opposite saloon to port. Linear arrangement with cream Corian worktops. Twin stainless steel sinks, gimballed Dometic stove and new front opening Vitro refrigerator/freezer. Ample locker, cupboard and drawer stowage. Opening ports and deck-head hatches. All cupboard doors have been professionally painted for a modern and fresh look.
Aft of saloon to starboard. Large diagonal facing chart table with dedicated seat. Stowage for charts under table and further stowage beneath seat. Panel for mounting navigation instruments.
Opposite navigation area to port. Large white GRP moulded heads compartment. Manual marine heads. Stainless steel sink with hot & cold pressurised water supply and shower.
Port aft cabin:
Large double berth with stowage beneath. Hanging locker and stowage cupboard forward.
Starboard aft cabin:
Large double berth with stowage beneath. Hanging locker and stowage cupboard forward
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.2, built in 2002 by Chantiers Jeanneau to a design by Philippe Briand.
Iron ballast fin keel. The keel is protected from corrosion by an epoxy treatment.
GRP balanced spade rudder with stainless steel stock and two self-aligning bearings.
The hull is built from hand-laid solid laminate monolithic fibreglass. Stresses are distributed over the whole bottom surface by means of floors integral with the hull. The hull is finished in a white gelcoat with blue waterline hull stripes. The deck and superstructure is constructed using GRP with a balsa-wood sandwich for increased insulation against heat and sound. Hard wood inserts are positioned beneath any deck fittings. The deck is joined to the hull by polyester bonding and further reinforced by a bolted aluminium toe-rail. The cockpit sole and bathing platform are overlaid in teak with further teak on the cockpit seating.
Yanmar 4JH 3TE 75 HP diesel engine, conventional shaft drive to a fixed three bladed propeller.
Cruising speed: approx 7 knots @ 2,200rpm
Maximum speed: approx 7.5 knots
Fuel consumption @ cruising speed: ¾ gallon per hour
Fisher Panda 4KVA Generator complete with fresh water flush connection
2 x 12v Domestic batteries and 1 x 12v engine battery (All Exide Batteries - Replaced 2015) - Switched
Sterling 40 amp/hr Pro-charger Battery charger
80 amp/hr Engine alternator
Shore-power & 3 x 20 metre cables
DC panel with voltmeter and Ammeters for alternator and battery charger
AC panel with voltmeter
Hot and cold pressurised water supply.
Hot water via engine calorifier and 240v immersion heater.Spars and Rigging:
Sparcraft aluminium anodised spars
Deck-stepped masthead rig with two sets of swept-back spreaders
Genoa roller furling
Stainless steel 1x19 wire standing rigging with bottle-screw protectors - Replaced 2013.
Split stainless steel wire backstay (2013)
Rod-vang with Harken block & tackle adjustment
Harken cockpit-adjustable genoa tracks
Harken jib tracks on foredeck
Harken mainsheet system with adjustable traveller
Furling Mainsail - New 2008
Genoa (130%) - New 2008
Cruising chute - New 2008
Anchor, chain and warp
Electric anchor windlass – operable from the bow and from the cockpit.
Fenders and mooring warps
Cockpit bimini to include side curtains to make full cockpit enclosure
Cockpit seat cushions
Nova Spar crane For lifting outboard and MOB retrieval.
Teak laid bathing platform
Teak laid cockpit sole
Fixed cockpit table with cup holders and storage compartment
2x Harken 53ST 2-speed self-tailing manual genoa winches
2x Harken 44ST 2-speed self-tailing manual halyard winches
2 x Plastimo binnacle compass (2002)
Raymarine GPS/Chartplotter at starboard helm (2015)
Raymarine ST60+ Wind (2013)
Raymarine ST60 Tridata (Depth, Speed, Log)
Raymarine Radar - Mounted on scantrut bracket on mast. (2015)
Garmin Fixed VHF c/w Masthead antenna
Raymarine ST6001+ Autopilot (2002)
All interfaced with Raymarine Seatalk backbone. Depth, Speed and Log are all repeated on port helm.
Network Link installed at the chart table for displaying navigational data on to the fixed TV on the saloon bulkhead.
Manual and electric bilge pumps
M.O.B harness and lifeline
Liferaft 4 person in valise.