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2008 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45 DS

NOK  1 544 856*
Gosport, Hampshire, UK
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Professionally maintained

År:
2008
Lengde:
14m
Motor-/drivstofftype:
En motor / diesel
Standplass:
Gosport, Hampshire, UK
Skrogmaterial:
Fiberglass/GFK
YW#:
80212-3662897
Aktuell pris:
£ 129 950 Skatt betalt (NOK  1 544 856) 

Professionally maintained/managed and superbly presented 3-cabin 2-heads example of this very popular deck saloon cruising boat. Heating, in-mast furling, bowthruster, Raymarine electronics etc.

 

FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

 

*** Over 150 further high resolution photos available on request ***

 

Launched in 2008 and with just two owners since new and professionally maintained in her current ownership, OMERTA has been used for a mixture of private family sailing along with some occasional commercial usage. Coded for charter up until the end of February 2020, her coding could easily be reinstated for a future owner, or she could simply be enjoyed for family and long-distance cruising.

 

With a fantastic light and spacious interior thanks to her deck saloon profile, OMERTA benefits from the most popular 3-cabin, 2-heads layout with owner’s cabin forward. On deck, she is easily handled by the smallest of crews thanks to her inmast furling mainsail, twin helms, electric halyard winch and bowthruster.

 

Her cruising specification highlights include:

  • 3-cabins, 2-heads interior layout.
  • Yanmar 4JH4-TE - 75hp diesel engine.
  • In-mast furling main sail – replaced 2016.
  • Roller furling genoa – replaced 2014.
  • GRP decks and white gelcoat topsides for minimal maintenance.
  • Bowthruster.
  • Electric anchor windlass with chain counter.
  • 2.2m draft keel for improved windward performance.
  • Radar and chartplotter.
  • Electric flush heads.
  • TV/DVD.
  • FM/AM Radio with CD player with cockpit and saloon speakers.
  • Twin heating systems.
  • Ocean Air blinds to deck the saloon.
  • Recently replaced sprayhood.
  • Recently replaced batteries.
  • Bimini.
  • Fridge and freeze.
  • Liferaft.
  • Professionally maintained and managed under her current ownership.

 

OMERTA is now offered for sale due to her owner’s a lack of time with their busy family life. OMERTA is UK VAT paid and British Registered.

 

MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

 

“This magnificent, seaworthy sailboat is rigged with a furling mainsail and genoa, for easy handling with a short-handed crew. On the high seas, you will feel completely secure. On the interior, the Sun Odyssey 45 DS delivers a new concept of space. With a raised deckhouse designed by Garroni Designers and attractive wrap-around windows built into the deck plan, as well as curved lines and oversized portholes in the hull, living spaces are flooded with natural light.”

 

Extract taken from the Jeanneau website.

 

PRESS REVIEW:

 

“The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45DS had options for shallow draught or a deeper, high-performance setup. We tested the performance option, so she had plenty of power over a long waterline, giving her a good turn of speed. In light conditions and off the wind she handles like a much smaller boat than she is.

She is a high-volume cruiser with ample space to live aboard, but this entails some sacrifice in her handling of stronger wind. Weight has been kept down to keep her light and responsive and her good form stability compensates for this, but with a ballast displacement ratio of just under 30 per cent, she can be tender once a blow gets up. This isn’t a problem as long as you reef early and sail her reasonably flat. The newer 44DS has been stiffened up by a seven per cent increase in her ballast: displacement ratio. There is acres of space on deck, so she is great boat for warmer climates, or for shorter cruises with friends and family. The sails and helm are easily handled, so she won’t scare less-experienced crew, but with the ability to cover plenty of miles she should keep keen sailors happy.

 

She isn’t a true deck saloon as the saloon table is slightly too low to give its occupants a 360° view. Not that this is matters as there is ample light and the views from the hull ports make the saloon a genuinely pleasant place to while away an evening at anchor. Her space on deck and numerous opening hatches would make her a comfortable choice in the Mediterranean, but two Webasto heaters on the test boat would be enough to keep her cabins toasty warm even in winter.

 

We tested the three-cabin version where the owners’ cabin is forward. It’s pleasant and private with adequate space. The saloon table had two folding leaves, with shallow grooves in place of real fiddles and there’s certainly space for at least six round the table. There’s plenty of stowage in the cabins, saloon, and even under the sole in the bilge. On a rainy day there would be enough space to relax without being on top of each other.

The Sun Odyssey 45DS is a competent, well-rounded and homely boat that is more than capable of cruising UK waters, the Mediterranean or further afield to the trade winds. Some might find her cockpit exposed and her handling too tender in a real blow, preferring to opt for something with more protection and better at plugging away to windward. She is a large boat, with high topsides, so getting to the pontoon during berthing manoeuvres could be tricky if flexibility or speed is an issue. She is very well thought out and set up, though, so a couple can easily handle her. Second-hand, she offers a lot of boat for the money. If you sail to relax during weekends and holidays and get a good few miles in, rather than testing your endurance in a hooley, then this boat could be just the one for you.”

Article taken from Yachting Monthly Magazine

 

CONSTRUCTION

 

RCD Status:

  • It is our understanding that the yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean” for up to 8 persons.

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • GRP Hull, deck and superstructure.
  • White gelcoat hull finish with a single blue coloured pin strip and matching twin boot topping stripes.
  • Teak-laid cockpit sole, cockpit seating bases and bathing platform.
  • GRP decks with bonded in non-slip.
  • Teak toe rail.

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Iron fin keel.
  • Spade rudder.

 

MACHINERY

 

Engine & gearbox:

  • Yanmar 4JH4-TE 4-cylinder, 4-stroke water cooled direct injection turbo-charged diesel engine producing 75hp.
  • Fresh water cooling by centrifugal water pump and rubber impeller sea water pump.
  • Single lever throttle control at in cockpit at the portside helm position.
  • Enclosed, forced lubricating system.
  • Shaft drive gearbox.

 

Engine Hours & Maintenance:

  • Engine hours – approx. 2,067 as of March 2020.
  • Engine serviced annually and last serviced on 09.04.2019.

 

Propulsion & Steering:

  • 12vDC Max Power tunnel bow thruster.
  • Cable steering system.
  • Emergency steering tiller.
  • 3-blade fixed propeller.
  • Rope cutter fitted.

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

 

Voltage systems:

  • 12vDC domestic system with 220vAC 50Hz via shore-power or via engine mounted alternator for charging.

 

Battery Banks:

  • 1x 12v DC Tudor 680Amp 110Ah engine start battery, replaced – August 2018.
  • 2x 12vDC DC Tudor 680Amp 110 Ah service batteries, replaced – August 2018.
  • 1x 12vDC battery for the Bowthruster, replaced – August 2018.

 

Charging:

  • Automatic battery charger.

Alternators:

  • 1 x 12vDC 80Amp engine-mounted alternator.

 

Other Electrical:

  • Shore-power supply via a cable and socket positioned in the locker under the portside helm position seat where the electrical trip switch is also located.
  • 220vAC sockets and 12v sockets.

 

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

 

Fresh Water:

  • High-pressure 12vDC pump.
  • Hot water heater connected to engine heat exchanger and 220V electrical system.
  • Bathing platform shower.

 

Bilge Pumps:

  • Electric bilge pumps.
  • Manual bilge pump operated from the cockpit.

 

TANKAGE

 

Fuel:

  • Total capacity of 238 litres in 1 x tank.

 

Fresh Water:

  • Total capacity of 450 litres in plastic tanks.

 

Black & Grey Water:

  • 2 x Black water tanks.
  • Grey water discharges to sea or via pumping out via deck outlets.

 

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

  • Raymarine Hybrid Touch chart plotter and radar display on a Nav Pod mounted to the aft end of the cockpit table.
  • Raymarine radar mounted part way up the mast.
  • Radar reflector mounted to the mast just above the radar.
  • GPS aerial position on the starboard pushpit.
  • 3x (1x at portside helm pedestal and 2x at the starboard helm pedestal) Raymarine ST70 digital displays.
  • Raymarine autopilot with Raymarine Smart Controller remote control.
  • 1x Plastimo Olympic 135 helming compass to each helm pedestal.

 

Communications Equipment:

  • Raymarine RAY218E VHF radio with DSC at the chart table.
  • Icom BC-210 handheld VHF radio.

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

 

Galley:

  • Twin stainless-steel sinks with hot & cold fresh water supply.
  • ENO 3-burner stainless-steel combined gas stove and oven.
  • Large-capacity 12vDC top and front opening refrigerator with further separate top-opening refrigerated cold box.
  • Sharp R-cr ST stainless steel microwave oven.

 

Heads:

  • 2 x Jabsco electric flush marine heads.
  • Shower in each heads.

 

Heating:

  • 2x Webasto diesel-fired hot air cabin heating systems with outlets to all 3-cabins, both heads and the saloon (controls at the Navigation Area).

 

Entertainment:

  • Sony Radio & CD player with speakers in the saloon and Fusion speakers to the cockpit.
  • Avtex W193D HDMI LCD TV/DVD Player in the saloon mounted to the forward bulkhead on the portside.

 

ACCOMMODATION

 

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Sleeps 6 in 3-double cabins plus a further double berth in saloon.
  • Owner’s version with large centreline double cabin forward with en-suite heads.
  • Raised deck saloon profile.
  • U-shaped settee in saloon to starboard with further sofa to the portside with central convertible table.
  • Forward head with shower door accessible from owner’s cabin.
  • Chart table area to port.
  • L-shaped galley to starboard adjacent to companionway.

 

Accommodation Finish:

  • Teak veneer joinery throughout.
  • Teak and holly veneer to the cabin sole.
  • White vinyl head linings.
  • Exposed hull sides finished in teak
  • Light beige leather upholstery to the saloon.
  • Matrasses with covers to the sleeping cabins.

 

Accommodation from Forward:

 

Owner’s Fore Cabin:

  • Central double berth with matrass and fitted sheet.
  • Numerous higher and lower level storage cupboards.
  • Hanging locker to portside.
  • Reading lights.
  • Book shelving.
  • Deckhead lights.
  • Deck hatch for ventilation and natural light.
  • To portside is a concealed hinged dressing table with a light over, mirror and a stool with beige leather cushion.
  • Fire extinguisher and torch with associated brackets mounted to the bulkhead.

 

En-Suite Heads:

  • Stainless-steel inset wash basin to a vanity unit with a moulded countertop surround and cupboard under and hot and cold mixer tap and rectangular mirror over.
  • Jabsco electric flush marine heads.
  • Tinted glazed hinged shower screen, shower head and thermostatic temperature control valve.
  • GRP grating to the sole with a sump pump under.
  • Toothbrush and glass holder.
  • Towel rail.
  • Grab rail over the heads.
  • Light mounted to the cabin superstructure and further recessed deckhead light.
  • Ventilation hatch to the cabin roof.
  • Further cupboards.

 

Saloon:

  • To the starboard side is the dining table (with a removable brown coloured protective cover) with an internal bottle store and surrounded by a U-Shaped sofa with beige coloured leather upholstery and which converts to form an additional sleeping berth if required.
  • To portside opposite the dining table is a further sofa with matching upholstery.
  • Cupboard space to either side above the respective sofas.
  • Avtex W193D HDMI LCD TV/DVD Player mounted to the forward bulkhead on the port side.
  • Excellent addition storage to the bilge (one housing an electric bilge pump).
  • To the aft of the portside sofa is a large top opening storage unit/extension to the adjoining chart table with a leather covered stainless grab rail and which provides additional bottle and glasses storage.
  • Brass Plastimo clock and barometer mounted to the starboard side on the forward bulkhead.
  • Fixed portholes with curtains to either side above the sofas.
  • To the cabin superstructure there are large fixed windows which are a particular feature of the boat and provide excellent light and visibility and which are fitted with custom made Ocean Air concertina style blinds.
  • Fire extinguisher with appropriate bracket to the forward bulkhead by the mast casing.
  • Deckhead recessed lighting.
  • Opening hatch to the cabin roof with a blind.
  • Vertical stainless steel grabrail with a leather cover between the doorway to the Owner’s Cabin and the timber surround to the mast support structure.

 

Galley:

  • L-shaped Galley to starboard adjacent to the companionway.
  • Range of cupboards and draws.
  • Corian style light coloured solid worktop with raised timber fiddles.
  • Twin bowl stainless-steel sinks with matching hot and cold mixer tap over.
  • Glazed splash back behind the sinks and tap.
  • Removable section of worktop to the left of the sink for general storage.
  • Top opening refrigerated cool box.
  • Both top and front opening refrigerator.
  • Eno stainless steel combined gas oven with 3-burner stove.
  • To the right of the oven/stove there is a further removable section of worktop accessing an additional storage space.
  • Sharp R-cr ST stainless steel microwave oven.
  • Stainless grab rail.
  • Fire blanket mounted on the bulkhead to the starboard aft cabin.
  • Opening porthole to the cabin superstructure.

 

Navigation Area:

  • Located to the portside opposite the galley.
  • Chart table with a removable top providing internal storage.
  • Stainless steel grab rail with leather cover.
  • Navigator’s seat with beige coloured leather upholstery.
  • Top opening storage locker to the side of the seat.
  • Storage alcove to one side under the chart table.
  • Panels for mounting electronics.
  • Electrical control panel.
  • 2x sets of Webasto heating system controls.
  • Binoculars store mounted to the bulkhead above the Navigator’s seat.

 

Companionway:

  • 4x shaped steps with non-slip leading up to the cockpit with a stainless steel grabrail to either side with a leather cover.
  • The lower section of the steps hinge from the bottom to give access to the forward end of the engine compartment.
  • To the starboard side of the engine compartment there is a further access hatch for additional access to the engine. The engine compartment fire extinguisher activation pull is located by this panel.

 

Guest/Day Heads/En-Suite to the Portside Aft Cabin:

  • Positioned to the portside aft of the Navigation Area:
  • Stainless-steel washbasin with hot and cold mixer tap/combined shower head inset to a moulded countertop and vanity unit with cupboard under.
  • Jabsco electric flush marine heads.
  • Circular GRP shower grating to the cabin sole with a sump pump under.
  • Towel rail.
  • Toothbrush and glass holder. 
  • Opening porthole to the cabin superstructure.
  • Aft end of the main portside large window to the cabin superstructure.
  • Further mirror to the door to the Portside Aft Cabin.
  • Light over the sink.

 

Portside Aft Cabin:

  • Double berth.
  • Cupboards.
  • Hanging locker.
  • Fixed Porthole to the hull side with curtain.
  • Opening Porthole to the Cockpit with curtain.
  • Recessed down lighters.
  • Door to the En-Suite/Guest/ Day Heads.
  • Fire extinguisher with the appropriate bracket.
  • Access hatch to the aft portside of the engine compartment.
  • Battery isolator switches for the engine start, service batteries and the one for the bowthruster.

 

Starboard side Aft Cabin:

  • Double berth.
  • Cupboards.
  • Hanging locker.
  • Fixed Porthole to the hull side with curtain.
  • Opening Porthole to the Cockpit with curtain.
  • Recessed down lighters.
  • Fire extinguisher and torch with the appropriate brackets.
  • Access hatch to the aft starboard side of the engine compartment.

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

  • A Diffusion anodised aluminium fractional rig in-mast furling mast with two sets of swept back spreaders with twin wire backstays and boom toping lift.
  • A Diffusion anodised aluminium boom with a rod boom vang in an anodised aluminium casing.
  • Spinnaker pole track to the forward side of the mast.
  • Wire standing rigging.
  • Facnor LS200 genoa roller furler.
  • Harken adjustable mainsheet track on coachroof.
  • Harken adjustable deck mounted genoa cars and tracks.
  • 6x Spinlock control line jammers to either side of the companion way entrance.
  • Deck light to the forward side of the mast.

Winches:

  • 2 x Harken 53 2-speed self-tailing Genoa sheet winches.
  • 1 x Harken 44 2-speed self-tailing halyard winch to the starboard side of the companionway entrance.
  • 1 x Harken 44 2-speed self-tailing halyard electric winch to the portside of the companionway entrance.

Sails:

  • Sanders Sails Dacron in-mast furling mainsail with a blue coloured ultraviolet covering to the aft end of the foot – August 2016.
  • Sanders Sails Dacron furling genoa with blue coloured ultraviolet strip – July 2014.

 

General:

  • Stainless pulpit and pushpits.
  • Twin stainless-steel wire guard rails with stainless steel stanchions.
  • Midship boarding gate to both port and starboard and further one to the stern for access to the bathing platform.
  • Stainless-steel bow, stern and mid ship cleats with matching fairleads.
  • Cockpit storage locker to the portside seat.
  • Under cockpit sole life raft storage locker between the two helm positions and from where the emergency steering system is accessed.
  • 1x cockpit storage locker accessed under each of the helm position seats (the portside one contains the shorepower connection and electrical trip switch).
  • 2x winch handle holders (1x by the companionway entrance and 1x by the starboard helm pedestal).
  • Outboard bracket on the starboard pushpit.
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy bracket to both the port and starboard pushpits.
  • Fishing rod holder mounted to the portside pushpit.
  • Hinged stainless steel swimming ladder at bathing platform.
  • Stainless steel framework for the cockpit bimini.
  • Stainless steel grab rail hoop to each helm pedestal.
  • Gas bottle locker by the starboard helm position with space for 2x bottles.
  • Bathing platform shower.

 

Anchoring & Mooring:

  • 12vDC Quick underdeck mounted electric anchor windlass with remote control mounted in the anchor locker.
  • Twin bow rollers.
  • Quick CHC 1202M anchor chain counter positioned at the portside helm pedestal.
  • Plough anchor with 30m of anchor chain and 20 metres of warp.
  • Warps and fenders.

 

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:

  • 2x Blue coloured canvas steering wheel covers.
  • Blue coloured canvas sprayhood, replaced 2019.
  • Blue coloured canvas cockpit bimini with matching cover.
  • Blue coloured cockpit table cover.

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

 

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

 

Life Saving:

  • 1x Ocean Safety 12x person liferaft, next service due 30.11.2022.
  • 2x White coloured Ocean Safety horseshoe lifebuoys with drones and flashing lights.
  • 1x Plastimo rescue line.
  • 1x Jon Buoy inflatable dan buoy.
  • 1x fire extinguisher to; each of the 3-sleeping cabins, the saloon, under the chart table and to the locker under the portside helm position seat.
  • 1x Fire blanket positioned on a bulkhead in the galley.
  • Flare pack.




VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS

 

Lying: Afloat in Gosport, Hampshire, United Kingdom.

 

Available to view strictly by appointment

 

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00

Saturday by prior appointment

                                                         

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

 

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

 

Lead Broker: James McNeil – Grabau International (UK)

Tel: +44 (0)7979 907210 Email: enquiries@grabauinternational.com



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