JEANNEAU 43 Sun Odyssey Deck Salon


  • NAME: Happy Trails (R)
  • TYPE: Sailboat - Aft Cockpit
  • BUILDER: Jeanneau Yachts
  • MODEL: 43 Sun Odyssey Deck Salon
  • DESIGNER: Jeanneau
  • ENGINES: Yanmar 75 hp Diesel
    Model 4JHE-TE
  • HOURS: 2454 hours
  • SPEED (approx):
    Cruising:
    Maximum:

  • LOA: 43'4" LWL: 37'5"
  • BEAM: 13'8" DRAFT: 5'2"
  • YEAR: 2004
  • RIG: Sloop rig
  • HULL MATERIAL: Fiberglass
  • KEEL: Fin keel with a bulb
  • DISPLACEMENT: 20,955 lbs
  • BALLAST: 6,967 lbs - Lead
  • TANKAGE (approx):
    Fuel: 54 gallons
    Water: 110 gallons

ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT: Upon entering into the salon the "L-shaped"galley is to port, aft head is opposite with a separate shower and doors to the salon and aft cabin; aft cabin has doors on both sides with a centerline queen pedestal berth, storage and hanging lockers on each side; main salon has a "U-shaped" dinette table (folds open) to starboard, navigation station to port with seats fore and aft; forward cabin features a sit down vanity, full "V-berth", enclosed head with a hand held shower. Note the following features: large window forward and along each side (almost gives her a pilot house feel) full teak interior, teak and holly sole.

GALLEY:

  • Eno 2 burner propane stove with oven (gimballed)
  • Frigoboat (AH 35F) cold plate 12 volt refrigeration with top and front load
  • Double sink

  • ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:

      HELM ELECTRONICS:
    • Raytheon RL70C with plotter *
    • Raytheon ST 6001 autopilot *
    • Raytheon ST 60 depth sounder/knot/log *
    • Raytheon ST 60 wind speed/direction *
    • Standard RAM 3 VHF remote
    • Plastimo pedestal compass
      * mounted in pedestal pods

      NAVIGATION STATION ELECTRONICS:
    • Raytheon RL70C with plotter
    • Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS VHF
    • ICOM IC-M802 VHF with speaker
    • Sony stereo
    ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

  • Westerbeke 4 Kw generator (1784 hours) with factory sound shield
  • Automatic battery charger
  • Batteries, 8 Life Line AGM (2022)
  • Shore power cords (4)

    DECK & HULL:

  • Sugar scoop transom
  • Transom door
  • Cockpit dodger
  • Bimini (new) with solar panels (2)
  • Dodger/Bimini connector
  • Stainless steel davits
  • Lofrans electric windlass with rope drum and chain gypsy
  • Rocna anchor
  • 200' chain rode
  • Jack lines for safety harnesses
  • Aluminum slotted toe rail
  • Lewmar venting hatches with screens (4)
  • Lewmar mid cabin and fore deck hatches with screens and shades (2)
  • Life Sling
  • Teak cockpit sole and seats
  • Fiberglass deck

    SAILS & RIGGING:

  • Harken 44 electric self tailing halyard winch
  • Harken 44 self tailing halyard winch
  • Harken 48 self tailing genoa winches
  • Sparcraft in mast furling main sail
  • Genoa furling
  • Sail inventory: furling main sail; furling 135% genoa
  • Solid boom vang
  • All halyard and reefing lines are lead aft

    MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT & ENGINE DETAILS:

  • Marine Air reverse cycle 2 zone (12,000 and 16,000 BTU) air conditioning
  • Max Prop 3 blade feathering propeller
  • Shaft Shark line cutter
  • Center line cockpit table with storage and drop leaves
  • Jabsco manual heads with holding tank

    LISTING BROKER'S REMARKS: The Jeanneau 43 Sun Odyssey Deck Salon is truly a blue water cruising sailboat. This Sun Odyssey has desirable features as: generator, reverse cycle air conditioning, bow truster, electric windlass with all chain rode, Bimini with solar panels (2), complete Raytheon electronics, electric halyard winch, self tailing winches, in-mast furling, genoa furling, full galley, and so much more. Used in fresh water, with one "Great Loop" successful trip, and maintained to excellent condition.

    Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed. Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable. Measurements are in U.S. units.


    Location: Cheboygan, Michigan

    Price: NOW REDUCED TO $179,500.

    (231) 582-6886


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