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Sun Odyssey 43
Boat details
Type Sloop Cabins / Berths 4 / 8
LOA 13.21 m Toilets 2
Displacement 9.3 tons Showers 2 + deck
Beam 4.19 m Engine 80 Hp
Draft 2.00 m Diesel 200 lt
Main Sail 39 m², Furling Water 400 lt
Genoa 54 m², Furling Year 2001 - 2004
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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 43

The continued success of the revolutionary concept introduced in the Sun Odyssey 40DS has driven Jeanneau to further its line of " Deck Saloon " with a new 43 foot model, again designed by Daniel Andrieu, and will be the "must see" boat at the Paris Boat Show. As innovative as its predecessor, the Sun Odyssey 43DS conserves the concept of bringing bright natural lighting from the roof, and thanks to a fresh and clever design, has a very large aft cabin plus a wide cockpit.

Your sailing vacations at the Greek islands will be perfect with a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 43 yacht charter Greece bareboat or with skipper. Every dimension of the Sun Odyssey 43 is maximized for comfort and livability. You will be impressed by the spaciousness and refined details.

Cruising performance above and gracious comfort below define the Sun Odyssey line. The interior of this large sailboat and its enhanced layout harmoniously suit the teak mouldings and cabinetry, the trademarks of Jeanneau tradition.

There are 4 berths aft (double), 2 berths in the saloon, 1 berth next to the navigation station, 2 overhanging berths and a double cabin forward (the large forward compartment is modular and adjustable to your needs) with numerous storage compartments, a navigation station, an L-shaped galley, a lavish first-class saloon and all the necessary equipment for unforgettable ocean voyages.