AIR2AIR JEANNEAU 469 (2013)
BEST IN CLASS JEANNEAU 469 (BOUGHT NEW OCT 2014)
SELLER has his eyes on A BIGGER YACHT... NEXT OWNER BENEFITS....
ALMOST UNTOUCHED.... This 469 is LOADED with EVERY UPGRADE OPTION including PERFORMANCE PACKAGE (140% Performance GENOA & MAIN SAIL hardly used), CARBON FIBER HELMS, TEAK COCKPIT, Kato Davits (Never Used), UPGRADED BATTERIES (NEW OCT 2014), FULL SET of ALL CUSTOM CUSHIONS (used only twice), BIMINI, DODGER (Never out of Packaging), and COVERS.
ULTRA CLEAN, ULTRA LOW HOURS - AIR2AIR is CAPTAIN MAINTAINED, WAXED Qrtly - Bottom Cleaned Monthly - ULTRA LOW ENGINE TIME - AIR COND - GENERATOR - 3 Electric Winches - ... and the list just keeps going and going and GOING...
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Capt R James Fachtmann 954-SEA-LUCK (954-732-5825)
2013 Jeanneau 469 (SOLD NEW OCT 2014 with ONLY 1 OWNER)
Boat Name: AIR2AIR
A favorite model of the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey line, the Jeanneau 469 benefits from the latest innovations and inherits the finest traits of this iconic line. From the world renowned design expertise of Phillipe Briand, HARD CHINE clean lines an elongated hull with moderate freeboard give the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 an extraordinary aesthetic value and performance.
The perfect blend of performance, comfort and ease of handling,
the Sun Odyssey Jeanneau 469 proves to be fast, responsive and stable.
Whatever your destination, she will deliver unforgettable cruising.
Designer: Philippe Briand
Warranty: 5 years
Flag of Registry: United States
Keel: WINGED SHOAL DRAFT KEEL
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 46 ft 1 in
Beam: 14 ft 8 in
LWL: 41 ft 1 in
Length on Deck: 44 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 4 in
Displacement: 23,830 lbs Dry Load
ENGINE HOURS: ONLY 80 HOURS & FULLY SERVICED AT 50 HOURS
Total Power: 54 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 2013
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 Bladed Folding propeller
Drive Type: Sail drive
GENERATOR HOURS: ONLY 38 HOURS & FULLY SERVICED AT 38 HOURS
Generator Power: KW
Generator Brand: ONAN/CUMMINS
Year Built: 2014
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Cruising Speed: 7 knots @ 2400 RPM
Maximum Speed: 9.3 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Plastic (163 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 Plastic (63 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 Plastic (22 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Seating Capacity: 14
Electrical Circuit: 12V
RAYMARINE 418 HD COLOR RADAR
RAYMARINE E-95 HYBRID TOUCH SCREEN GPS DISPLAY AT STBD HELM
RAYMARINE E-95 HYBRID TOUCH SCREEN GPS DISPLAY AT PORT HELM
RAYMARINE i70 AUTOPILOT + SPX 30 CORE UNIT WITH REMOTE
GYRO COMPASS FOR RAYMARINE EQUIPMENT
RAYMARINE i70 MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAY
RAYMARINE DEPTH SENSOR
RAYMARINE SPEED SENSOR
RAYMARINE MAST HEAD WIND SENSOR
STANDARD HORIZON GX2200 VHF WITH AIS
TV ANTENNA AT TOP OF MAST
FLAT SCREEN SMART TV with APPLE TV smartly INSTALLED
AIR CONDITIONING 4 ZONES 3 UNITS
1 - ELECTRIC *HARKEN* CABIN TOP WINCH
2 - ELECTRIC *HARKEN* JIB WINCHES BY HELMSMAN
5 - GROUP 31 BATTERIES (HOUSE BANK) UPGRADED NEW 2014
1 - GROUP 31 BATTERY (ISOLATED START) UPGRADED NEW 2014
12V ELECTRIC *QUICK* WINDLASS
*QUICK* ELECTRIC WINCH COCKPIT REMOTE FOR WINDLASS WITH CHAIN-COUNTER
ELECTRIC WINDLASS DRIVE FOR TRANSOM SWIM PLATFORM
LED INTERIOR LIGHTING
LED INDIRECT FLOOR LIGHTING
LED INDIRECT PORTS LIGHTING
LED INDIRECT AFT CABIN LIGHTING
LED INDIRECT FWD CABIN LIGHTING
LED NAVIGATION LIGHTING
12V REFRIGERATOR COMPRESSOR WITH THERMOSTAT
12V FREEZER COMPRESSOR WITH THERMOSTAT
BOSE SPEAKER SYSTEM IN THE SALON (2 QUBE SPEAKERS & SUB)
DIGITAL TOUCHSCREEN DISPLAY STEREO / CD / USB / AUX
110V MICROWAVE THAT RUNS OFF OR SHORE POWER & INVERTER
2 - FRESH H2O ELECTRIC PUSH BUTTON EASY USE *JABSCO* QUIET FLUSH HEADS
CUSTOM CANVAS ALL IN EXELLENT CONDITION
CUSTOM BIMINI & DODGER (DODGER NEVER OUT OF PACKAGE!)
CUSTOM COMPOSITE WHEEL COVERS
CUSTOM COCKPIT TABLE COVERS
4 - LINE BAG'S
ALL CUSTOM COCKPIT CUSHIONS (HAVE ONLY BEEN USED TWICE! SEE PHOTOS)
UV *WHITE* JIB COVER ON SAIL
UV *WHITE* MAIN SAIL TIP EXPOSED COVER ON SAIL
FACTORY UPGRADES & OPTIONS & PACKAGES
NORTH AMERICAN CRUISING PACKAGE
3 - CABIN 2 - HEADS (MASTER FORWARD) (NEVER OVERNIGHTED!!!)
YANMAR 54HP SAIL DRIVE ENGINE (ONLY 80 hours!!)
*FLEX-O-FOLD* FOLDING 3 - BLADE PROPELLER
WINGED SHALLOW DRAFT PERFORMANCE KEEL 5'4''
LEATHER SALON CUSHIONS *Ambiance Leather - MEDITERRAINEON*
LEATHER WRAPPED GRAB RAILS IN SALON
LEATHER WRAPPED NAV STATION TABLE
LEATHER WRAPPED DESK VANITY IN FWD CABIN
DELUXE 3 BURNER STOVE, OVEN, BROILER ON GIMBALING (NEVER USED)
*OCEANAIR PORT SHADES
*OCEANAIR HATCH SCREEN & SHADE COMBO
SMOKED PLEXIGLASS SHOWER DIVIDERS
ADDITIONAL OPENING PORTS IN AFT CABINS
SPINNAKER DECK FITTINGS
TACK POINT REINFORCEMENT FOR ASYMMETRICAL / CODE ZERO SAIL
SECOND COACH ROOF WINCH ON STARBOARD CABIN TOP
BALL BEARING JIB SHEET CARS ADJUSTABLE FROM COCKPIT
LINE BAGS IN COCKPIT
WINDEX AT THE TOP OF THE MAST
RIGGING FOR A-SAIL OR CODE ZERO
UPGRADED FURLING MAST & ICW-FRIENDLY MAST
SELF TACKING JIB DECK GEAR
OUTBOARD ENGINE BRACKET (4 HP OB ENGINE with 2 hrs NOT INCLUDED)
FOLDING COCKPIT TABLE WITH TEAK LEAVES
2 - BLACK COMPOSITE STEERING WHEELS
VERTICAL STAINLESS STEAL REFRIGERATOR DOOR
2 - *Ambiance Leather - MEDITERRAINEON* CHAIRS IN THE SALON
MEMORY MATTRESS IN FWD MASTER CABIN
DELUXE FOLDING SALON TABLE
TEAK COCKPIT FLOOR
TEAK COCKPIT SEATING
TEAK SWIM PLATFORM
6 PERSON EMERGENCY RAFT 2015
CARBON FIBER (BLACK) JON BOUY MOB UNIT
KATO DAVITS (NEVER USED)
BROKER’S NOTES FROM SELLER:
This boat is a 2013 build, sold in Oct 2014 and shows and looks new. It was bought from a Great Lakes dealer who kept it indoors in the winter and in fresh water for a short summer season.
AIR2AIR is Waxed Quarterly and Captain maintained.
Bottom professionally cleaned monthly
She has a 140% Genny and performance main.
Full set of fitted sheets and accessories……..the boat has never overnighted
Upgraded and new batteries at purchase
Custom Stainless Flag holder and burgee halyard
The owner is a NYYC member and fastidious about maintenance, he has owned many boats and is selling to purchase a larger boat in the same family of Yachts & is therefore motivated to SELL.
Brand new Zodiac fast roller with inflatable keel never used.
Yamaha 4 hp 4 stroke on a Edson rail mount, 2 hours
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469
2013 June 17
By JOHN KRETSCHMER
Nimble and quick
Intelligent engineering produces a great looking and efficient cruiser that's ready for the unexpected
There is no disputing that the new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 is a very nimble boat. I had this demonstrated to me by Jeanneau America President Paul Fenn, who was at the helm during our recent test sail after the Strictly Sail Miami show. We were motoring out of the lumpy and busy Government Cut channel toward the sea when the engine suddenly quit. We were out of fuel. Fenn and Eric Stromberg, Jeanneau's director of development, didn't miss a beat. After sheepishly apologizing for not filling the tank, they quickly unfurled the main and genoa. We jibed and headed toward Miami Beach Marina. Fenn steered through the narrow break walls into the marina while Stromberg rigged the mooring lines. Luffing the main and furling the headsail at the last moment, we eased alongside the fuel dock like we were sailing a 47-foot dinghy. Nothing to it, fill 'er up please. I was impressed.
I confess that I've been impressed by Jeanneau sailboats for a long time. Thirty years ago my mother and her mate sailed around the world on a Jeanneau Gin Fizz, the same venerable model that carried 16-year-old Laura Dekker around the world just last year. This past winter I made three long Caribbean passages aboard Jeanneau Sun Odysseys, two on the 53 and one on a 44i, and the boats performed well and stood up to blustery tradewind conditions and 10-foot seas. Not surprisingly, I had high expectations for the latest addition to the Sun Odyssey fleet, and once we managed to get out to sea, we had a perfect day to put it through its paces.
Designed by Phillipe Briand and the Jeanneau Design Group, the new 469 continues the low-slung, elongated hull shape that has come to define the Sun Odyssey line. The overall freeboard is moderate-a nice departure from many modern boats-and the raked aft chine is pleasing aesthetically and functionally efficient as it adds volume to the hull. Like the last year's 509, the 469 is designed as a one-level boat, and it shows in the sleek profile. Sloop rigged, the 469 has a deep 7-foot 4-inch standard draft, which of course I like, but I suspect the 5-foot 4-inch shoal-draft model will be more popular along our often shallow shores.
The 469 hull is solid fiberglass, a time-honored and sensible way to mold a hull, lets face it, this is the impact zone and you want it as strong as possible. The cored deck is injection molded via Jeanneau's trademark Prism process. This process produces a deck that is nicely finished on both sides, reduces unnecessary resin buildup and results in a lighter and stronger deck. It is also much kinder to both the environment and the crew in the plant as the Prisma process reduces VOCs by as much as 90% when compared to traditional hand layups. A complete inner molded liner stiffens the hull and supports bulkheads and interior facings. It is glued and laminated to the hull. The 469 carries a CE certificate that ensures standards for safety, structure and stability, as well as an independent certification from Bureau Veritas.
The cockpit features twin helms and a large fold-down transom that cleverly converts to a teak covered stern step. The table is huge and offers good leg support and also includes a robust stainless handrail. The aft end of the table houses instruments and the chartplotter. There are four lockers, including two deep storage areas beneath each helm seat that are perfect for swallowing up fenders, which can be a hassle to stow. The low-profile design results in excellent visibility from either helm. The engine controls are to starboard, and of course, Jeanneau offers its 360 joystick docking that makes close quarters maneuvering a breeze. The primary winches are positioned well aft, just forward of each helm and can be readily accessed from the helm.
All sail control lines are led aft, under deck, to winch and stopper stations on either side of the companionway. While I like the efficient and clean design concept, they can be tricky should you need access underneath the panels, which Jeanneau has made easily removable. I like that Jeanneau has gone back to long Harken travelers, a necessity with midboom sheeting arrangements. Our test boat was fitted with an in-mast furling mainsail and the standard 106% horizontally cut roller-furling headsail. A classic mast and lazy bag/lazy jack system is standard. The 469 is fractionally rigged and a self-tacking jib with a forward traveler is also an intriguing option. A removable inner forestay is a very sensible option for those that want to carry a staysail when heading offshore. The deck gear includes double stainless anchor rollers and a windlass that deposits the ground tackle into a deep chain locker. The stemhead fitting has a tack point for a Code Zero and asymmetrical chute.
There are three different interior plans: three cabins with two heads, three cabins with three heads and four cabins with four heads. All are beautifully appointed with light teak panels and white overheads. The result is a cabin bathed in light and the 11 opening ports and hatches provide plenty of ventilation. Our test boat had two aft cabins and a spacious forward owner's cabin.
The L-shaped galley is to starboard as you step below and features double stainless sinks, a two-burner stove and oven and a 175-liter capacity fridge with 12-volt refrigeration standard. Jeanneau also offers an optional version that includes a larger stove, a microwave, even a washer/dryer and wine cooler. There is ample storage in lockers above the counters. The best aspect of the galley is that it's incorporated into the overall flow of the interior space and the cook is not isolated from the rest of the crew.
Continuing forward into the saloon, the starboard side includes two lounge seats with a pullout table/bar between them. Opposite there's a large table draped by the settees and two additional free standing arm chairs for larger dinner parties. I like that these chairs can be securely locked in place when underway. There are lockers located above and outboard on both sides, and some storage below.
The forward cabin is elegant and includes an island-style double berth, a wide hanging locker to starboard and smaller one to port and a vanity/desk and seat. The en suite head includes a separate stall shower. There are LED overhead and reading lights. It would almost be a pity to divide this handsome cabin into two smaller double staterooms, but that is an option. The aft cabins include double berths, hanging locker, and enough floor space and headroom to stand and dress in style. The two head model includes one large head aft to port with a separate shower. The three head model has smaller heads just forward of each aft cabin and a straight-line galley instead of the L-shaped version, a compromise I'd try to avoid.
A four-cylinder 54-horsepower Yanmar diesel is standard and accessed from behind the companionway steps and through side panels. We sped along at 7 knots, against a stiff chop. The roto-molded fuel tank located under the aft berth holds 240 liters, or around 63 gallons providing a range under power of near 400 miles. The two water tanks, one under the forward berth and the other under the aft berth, are also roto-molded plastic and hold a total of 165 gallons.
It was breezy, the east winds steady at 20 knots, gusting to 25. We headed north after clearing the channel and blasted along on a close reach at 8 knots. The 469 was dry, and considering the seas were in the 6-foot range, that was impressive. Although we had full sail set initially, tucking in some mainsail flattened the boat a bit and it responded by picking up speed. The helm was easy and well balanced, the 469 was in her element.
Coming through the wind easily, the benefit of the 106% headsail was obvious and we quickly gathered way on. Pinching up to 35 degrees apparent, we started to kick up spray but continued to make good speed and the ride was, for the most part, soft. Cracking off on a reach the 469 consistently topped 8 knots and occasionally 9. It was great sailing and Walter Cooper, who was heroically singlehanding in his small photo boat, had trouble keeping up with us.
Sailing back in the channel we ran before the wind, surfing occasionally before the seas quieted as we approached Miami Beach Marina, this time with the engine purring. We all joked that it was a typical day of sailing, with a few issues to make things interesting, but overall better than any day ashore. The new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 is handsome, comfortable and capable-a nice combination of design innovation and intelligent engineering from a proven builder.
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