2010 42′ Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS
October Best Buy in The Caribbean: 2010 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS
‘Ocean Watch 1’
The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS boasts a modern, fluid design, a rare, timeless elegance, and the comfortable interior layout expected of a sailboat built for cruising, all while delivering superior performance. The powerful hull impresses, not simply for its excellent performance at sea, but also for its ease of handling due to its reinforced hull design and expertly designed sail plan. Let yourself be seduced by the space and light. An abundance of natural light and fresh air fill the saloon, with its raised deckhouse and large portholes. Refreshing and relaxing, interior living spaces are comfortable at all times, whether day or night.
‘Ocean Watch 1’ was privately owned and never chartered- a new model example of this yacht. With plenty of opening deck hatches she is suited for the tropics and offers much better ventilation than its predecessors. This 2 cabin owners version offers a great deal of liveable and storage space both ‘down below’ and on deck.
Jeanneau yachts such as the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42 DS available today are renowned for their overall quality, excellent craftsmanship and consideration for both function and form. The brand has been producing yachts for over half a century which their original establishment in France during 1957. They’ve spent their time as yacht manufactures wisely, and have grown to be a globally recognised and respected brand.
When you purchase a Jeanneau yacht, you’re purchasing quality.
Being offered at a very competitive price for a private vessel and her sellers are motivated to sell.
Our experienced team at BVI Yacht Sales have selected this Sun Odyssey as the best buy outside of our brokerage in the Caribbean. Contact us today to learn more about us being your buyer’s broker- working only for you, to get the best deal at the right price.
- Vessel Walkthrough
- Galley and Water Systems
- Deck and Hull
- Electronics and Navigation
- Electrical Systems
- Sails and Rigging
- Mechanical Equipment
Most forward is a centerline double bed. Aft to port is a hanging locker. Opposite to starboard is the ensuite head with the sink basin forward followed by an inboard facing toilet.
Aft of the forward cabin is the dining area comprised of a linear settee to port and a C shaped settee to starboard surrounding the dining table. The dining table is collapsible on both sides to provide more space. There are shelved units above both settees for storage. Further aft to port is the forward facing navigation station. There is storage under the separate navigation seat. The communication and navigation instruments are mounted outboard.
Opposite in the main salon to starboard is the L shaped galley. The sink is situated most forward with counter space either side. The fridge/freezer unit is outboard aft followed by the stove.
To port aft of the navigation station is the aft head. The head can be accessed by both the main salon and the aft cabin. The head has the sink basin most forward followed by the forward facing toilet with a large shower area inboard.
Access to the aft cabin can be either through the aft head or to starboard aft of the galley. The aft cabin has a hanging locker forward to starboard and a centerline queen sized bed. There is extra seating to both port and starboard. Against the forward bulkhead is a mirror with vanity shelf. There is access to the engine below the vanity.
Ocean Watch 1
St George’s, Grenada
LOA: 42 ft 5 in
Beam: 13 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Deadrise: 16 ° at Transom
Dry Weight: 2508 lbs
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH4AE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Speed: 8 knots
Engine Brand: Mercury
Engine Model: XL OPT
Engine Type: Outboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Fuel Tanks: 33 gallons
Water Tanks: 2 x 57 gallons