40′ Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 40.3

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 40.3 Imagine IV-10

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Single Diesel

Hull Material


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2002 Jeanneau 40.3 Sun Odyssey ‘Imagine IV’

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 40.3 is a distinctive yacht of great style and performance.

With twin helm stations allowing high-side operation and visibility, 40 feet of overall length, a 13-foot beam, a 5-foot bulb keel, a large spade rudder, and a 54-foot mast carrying 800 feet of sail area, this is a big yacht that sails brilliantly in any seas. Her state-of-the-art rigging includes an in-mast furling mainsail and 120% furling genoa that are both entirely controlled from the cockpit by four large Harken winches, providing maximum safety and convenience.

The Jeanneau 40.3 is a big 40′ boat! Her large cockpit easily accommodates up to eight people comfortably. Up forward she has ample deck space for sun bathing and moving around. There are twin helm stations mounted port and starboard, thereby allowing easy access from the stern boarding area to the companionway. This opens the center of the cockpit for unobstructed movement under sail. Cockpit seats are inlaid with teak. A teak inlaid swim platform gives easy access to the water. 

Imagine IV is well kept below deck. Spacious and intelligently laid out. Finely finished teak is used throughout. She has two sleeping cabins, one forward and one aft, with fine cabinetry and large hatches for ventilation. The main salon provides a large table with U-shaped seating for seven. Two wide seats flank another table on the port side. A forward-facing NAV station desk also lays to port. Her sizable L-shaped galley provides a two-burner stove, oven, 12 volt refrigerator and a double sink with hot and cold pressure water. The galley is stocked with plates, silverware, cookware and utensils. Abundant teak cabinetry surrounds the salon and galley areas, and the floor is holly and teak. The entire space is bathed with natural light from many opening windows and hatches. Her head is sizable and has a very nice separate shower compartment.

In 2017 Imagine IV was stored on land in the BVI when hurricane Irma came through. She lost her mast and solar arch and sustained minor damage to her starboard side which cased about ten hairline cracks and scratches and abrasions to her starboard side. The cracks were all ground out and she was properly repaired and it appears that the internal grid and keel bolts and mast step area all look perfect. The starboard side was resprayed with gelcoat and has been buffed but the boot top stripe has not been redone. There is evidence of a previous (not hurricane related) small repair on her portside as well. Her mast and rigging is new, but there does not appear to be a mainsail onboard. The bimini top and dodger appear to be serviceable but the dodger is stored below. All photos posted are quite recent.

Two cabin model with large galley

Headroom 6’6″

  • 12V refrigeration
  • Two burner propane stove with oven
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Chart Plotter: Raymarine RC420  (new head unit needed)
  • Depth Sounder: Raymarine ST60 (new head unit needed)
  • Speed: Raymarine ST60 (new head unit needed)
  • VHF radio: Standard Horizon (needs to be connected in mast)
  • (2) Plastimo Compasses
  • Stereo CD player with two speakers
  • Manual Bilge pump
  • Automatic electric bilge pump
  • Dual wheel steering
  • 2011 Caribe 10′ aluminum bottom RIB
Yacht name

Imagine IV




LOA: 40 ft 4 in
Beam: 12 ft 11 in
LWL: 33 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
Displacement: 16000 lbs
Dry Weight: 16000 lbs


Total Power: 56 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Amel
Year Built: 2002
Engine Model: Yanmar 4JH3E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 56 HP


Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (50 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (36 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (10 Gallons)


Number of single berths: 4
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Seating Capacity: 8

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