'Aoife', 2004 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32, fin keel version. This example is in excellent condition and offers an exceptional inventory, This perfect Philippe Briand cruising sailboat is fast and seaworthy and spacious for her size. Maintained to the highest standard, she comes with GPS, Autopilot, Lazy-jacks and bag, and Sprayhood plus lots more. Well worth viewing and priced to sell.
Jeanneau Sun odyssey 32, built in 2004 to a design by Philippe Briand.
Wheel steering version
GRP hull, deck, and superstructure
Last ashore April 2019 for coppercoat application, installation of replacement engine inc shaft and propeller, and replacement anodes.
Reconditioned Nanni 3.100 HD 29hp diesel engine, changed in 2019 - low hours
Shaft drive with 15x11 bronze 3-bladed propeller. Propeller replaced in 2019.
Engine spares kit to include: impellor, oil filter, fuel filter, & pre-fuel filter
Sail and Rigging:
Stainless steel standing rigging - Replaced 2007, mast dropped in 2013 for inspection.
Running rigging maintained and turned end-for-end annually.
Sparcraft mast and boom
Furling gear - Facnor SD 130
Quantum mainsail with three reefs
Crusader cruising chute and sock
Kemp Orange storm jib - 2012
Blue Jeanneau packaway bag
Adjustable lazy jacks, renewed - 2016
Kicker upgraded to 8:1 led aft - 2012
De-mountable mainsheet traveller - 2012
De-mountable inner forestay - 2012
Backstay tensioner - 2012
2 x Harken 2 speed 32
2 x Harken 1 speed 16
All lines to cockpit through Harken clutches
Two winch handles
Dyneema centre-line jackstays fitted to cockpit and coachroof in 2016
Boom rigged preventer pennant - 2010
Engine and domestic batteries charged by alternator and/or smart charger; one new battery 2019.
Christec CPS 300 Battery charger - 2004
240v shore power fitted with outlets in galley, aft and fore cabins
Pressurised hot and cold water
Hot water via engine calorifier and/or 240v immersion heater.
Brittany type anchor with 20m chain and 40m warp
Danforth type kedge anchor (Danforth type) with ~10m chain and warp
Lofrans electric windlass with clutch handle and handheld controller
Five mooring lines
Two long warps
Anchor chain hook
Fender board with rebated lanyards
Roll-flat fresh water hose
Fresh water carrier, 5 litres
25 litre spare diesel fuel carrier
Flag staff and red ensign
Outboard motor bracket on pushpit
The wheel is leather-covered. The steering compass by Plastimo is clear and behind that in full view of the helmsman are the Raymarine ST60 Tridata displays, ST4000+ autohelm display. There is also a power cable for a handheld GPS.
Echomax passive reflector - 2010
Standard Horizon GX2100 - 2012 (AIS reception display)
RAM handset fitting in cockpit - 2014 (AIS reception display)
New VHF aerial and cable, no junctions - 2014
Raymarine AIS B - 2014
Echomax dual band radar responder - 2014
Raymarine E7 chartplotter with UK charts - 2014
Navionics Gold UK water - 2014, last updated June 2016
NASA Navtex - 2015
Navigation lights - sail and power
Day marks – anchor and motoring
Barometer & Clock
ENO two burner and oven - 2013 (used unit, overhauled by a gas engineer)
Wash basin and mixed tap
Teak drop down flap - 2014
Lockers for cutlery, plates etc
Jeanneau crockery and cutlery set - 2004
Under sink stowage
Calorifier water heater
240v immersion water heater
Pressurised hot/cold water systems
FM radio CD player
12v outlet at chart table
Jabsco marine toilet
Combination tap and showerhead
Hangers for foul weather gear
NASA Gas detector - 2010
Carbon monoxide detector - 2014
Gas locker in a cockpit
Gas regulator and hose replaced August 2016
Dry powder fire extinguishers:
- 1kg in forepeak - 2013
- 1kg in companionway - 2013
- 2kg in cockpit locker - 2013
Fire blanket in galley
Life raft cradle - 2012
Danbuoy (2010) connected to:
- Ocean Safety horseshoe life belt 2016
- Drogue 2010
- Light float 2010
XM Oscar rescue sling
Fog horn, canister type
Emergency steering augmented with tiller extension and relieving tackles
Rocket tube for flare stowage
Day marks for motoring and anchoring
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Soft wood bungs tied to each through-hull fitting
Guard wires renewed
The forepeak has two berths with a shelf each side for stowage, hanging space and under-bed stowage for sails and the water tank. There is a hatch opening to the foredeck.
Spacious with 1.92m headroom; it has two bench seats that can be used as berths and a fold down table to seat six. Both berths are fitted with a lee canvas and there is under bunk stowage. The main hatch opens to the coachroof and provides ample light. There is a FM radio and CD player.
To starboard there is a generous aft-facing chart table with stowage for charts, a locker for pilot and other books and a rack for pencils and so on. The chart table light has been replaced with a flexible LED white/red lamp (2013).
Situated to starboard, the galley has a single sink with mixer tap on the pressurised water system. There is ample stowage for crockery behind the cooker as well as stowage under the work surface for canned and dry foods. The cooker was upgraded from an ENO with two burners and grill to an ENO two burner unit with oven in 2013. The galley is equipped with a Jeanneau crockery and cutlery pack. Safety features in this area include a fire blanket, 1kg dry powder extinguisher and a CO monitor and a gas detector. There is a 12v refrigerated cool box. To increase the work surfaces for preparation, a teak fold-down flap was fitted in 2014.
The main cabin is aft, fitted with hanging space, a generous double bunk and shelf space. There is under bunk stowage, access to the batteries and the engine.
The heads to port is fitted with a manual Jabsco marine toilet, wash basin and mixer tap which doubles as the shower head. The shower tray has a separate pump and sea cock for drainage. There are coat hooks for hanging wet gear.
LED lighting is fitted throughout the cabins, with white and red options in both cabins and at the chart table. The companionway steps provide the main access to the engine, providing good access to service points. The sugar scoop stern is fitted with shower head and boarding ladder
The cockpit sole is teak covered. There is a collapsable table at the binnacle; the main locker is to starboard with a separate gas locker beside it that drains overboard.