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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42.2

£65,000
  • Located at Portishead
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Year: 2000
LOA: 13m
Berths: 8
Draft: 2.1m

Details

  • Make: Jeanneau
  • Model: Sun Odyssey 42.2
  • Drive Type: Sail
  • Cruise Speed: 6 knots
  • Top Speed: 8 knots
  • Price: £65,000
  • Location: In Portishead
  • Year: 2000
  • LOA: 13m
  • Keel: Fin Keel

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42.2 is designed to be simple to sail and highly stable.
The Sun Odyssey 42.2 marks a decisive turning point in the development of fast passage makers. Even at anchor this cruiser presents unique and uncontested comfort, a yacht worthy of the name Jeanneau.

Mechanical

MECHANICAL
2000 Yanmar (Engine 1)
Engine Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Power: 56 hp
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller Type: 3 blade
Propeller Material: Bronze

ELECTRICAL
Electrical system - 12 volts
Heavy duty batteries
Charging - engine driven alternator & Solar panel(Available but not connected)
Shore Power
12/240v Distribution board

Rig

RIGGING
The vessel is sloop rigged and all masts and spars are alloy.
All standing rigging is stainless steel and in good order.
Split Backstay
All lines are led aft to the cockpit.
Two primary winches.
Two coachroof mounted control winches.

SAILS
In mastFurling Mainsail
Furling Genoa

Equipment

Electronics and Navigation
12 volt electrical leisure system with two 110Ah batteries
Separate engine battery
Charging via alternator or via a Cristec Nemo 25 amp
three stage charger when the vessel is connected to shore power.
Jeanneau switch panel
220 volt shore power system routed via an RCD unit.
Raytheon ST60 Tri data
Raytheon ST6000+ Autopilot control head mounted at
the helm
Nasa Clipper wind instrument
Hummingbird Helix 5 chart plotter.
ICS Navtex 4
Garmin GPS MAP 551
Cobra DSC VHF base unit interfaced with the GPS.
Handheld radio
Barometer and Clock
Dehumidifier (a/c) and smaller dehumidifier (12v)

Interior Equipment
Electric Bilge Pump
Manual Bilge Pump
Heating (Chinese Diesel Heater)
Hot Water

Outside Equipment/Extras
Teak Cockpit
Liferaft 8 man
Swimming Ladder
Assorted warps and fenders.
Electric anchor windlass with chain rode and anchor
Bimini available ( unknown condition- never been used)
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
stainless steel guard rails.
Navigational lighting to M.C.A. standard.
Sprayhood.
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoy
outboard motor bracket
Danbuoy
Inflatable tender

Accommodation

COCKPIT
Teak deck and seats
Wheel steering with binanacle mounted instrumentation and remote controls
Folding centre table
Port & Stbd lazarettes
Winch handles and pockets

FOREPEAK CABIN:
This was the 4-cabin/2-heads version, but internal partitions removed from 4th cabin to create a large 'owner's cabin' in the prow with plenty of storage space and ensuite heads.
Possibility of a fourth two bunk cabin

SALOON:
The saloon is offset to starboard with seating aranged around the large table.

GALLEY
Linear galley
Plastimo Neptune 2500 two burner cooker,grill & oven,
s/s sinks,
fridge
ample storage in lockers and cupboards for utensils, crockery and food

NAV STATION:
Aft of the galley is a comprehensive nav station with some of the navigation instuments and the switches and controls for the boats systems.

HEADS
Opposite is a large heads and shower compartment with wash hand basin and sea toilet.

AFT CABINS
Two similar aft cabins port and starboard - both with double berths and good storage in lockers and shelves.

FEATURES
All cabins and spaces are heated by an Eberspacher heating system.
The cockpit has a large centrally mounted table with fold out leaves around which the whole crew can sit for entertainment.
There is a sprayhood to give shelter when sailing and an overall cover for the cockpit which will give shelter at rest to the cockpit area.

Construction

Design: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42.2
Year: 2000
Designer: Guy Ribadeau Dumas
Builder: Jeanneau SA of France

Dimensions
Length Overall: 12 m 80 cm
Length On Deck: 12 m 29 cm
Length At Waterline: 10 m 13 cm
Beam: 4 m 9 cm
Minimum Draft: 2 m 1 cm

Weights
Ballast: 7358 lb
Displacement: 21605 lb Half Load

Speed
Cruising Speed: 6 kn
Hull Speed: 8 kn

Seating
Seating :8
Max Passengers: 8
Liferaft Capacity: 8

Tanks
Fuel: 1
Fresh Water: 2

440 litres water is supplied from two tanks the forward of which
is a flexitank.
Hot water calorifier heated by engine or by the immersion heater when connected to shore power.

Below Waterline
Cast iron fin keel
Deep spade rudder

Accommodations
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 3
Cabins: 4
Heads: 2
Heating
5kw Chinese copy of an Eberspracher, fitted early 2024
Two electric mains heaters (freestanding) for use with shoreline.

NOTES

Pre purchase buyer's survey from January 2023 available, which values her at £80k if all, mostly cosmetic, issues addressed.
The immediate recommendations were carried out before re-launch.
Sea cocks,
rust on engine exhaust,
new rail
newly antifouled (2 coats) had a
complete engine service.
Sails were overhauled by local sailmaker.
Complete set engine spares including alternator and starter motor, two impellers etc. as well as all filters.
Recently-installed diesel hot-air heating.
Brand new Zen 50 watermaker (rrp £7.5k including the VAT) which is yet to be installed but can be included would included for an extra £4k.

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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42.2£65,000

Located at Portishead

Make: Jeanneau

Model: Sun Odyssey 42.2

Engine Make:

Horsepower:

Drive Type: Sail

Fuel Type:

Cruise Speed: 6 knots

Top Speed: 8 knots

Price: £65,000

Location: Portishead

Year: 2000

LOA: 13m

Year

Year: 2000

LOA

LOA: 13m

Berths

Berths: 8

Draft

Draft: 2.1m

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42.2 is designed to be simple to sail and highly stable.
The Sun Odyssey 42.2 marks a decisive turning point in the development of fast passage makers. Even at anchor this cruiser presents unique and uncontested comfort, a yacht worthy of the name Jeanneau.

Mechanical

MECHANICAL
2000 Yanmar (Engine 1)
Engine Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Power: 56 hp
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Propeller Type: 3 blade
Propeller Material: Bronze

ELECTRICAL
Electrical system - 12 volts
Heavy duty batteries
Charging - engine driven alternator & Solar panel(Available but not connected)
Shore Power
12/240v Distribution board

Rig

RIGGING
The vessel is sloop rigged and all masts and spars are alloy.
All standing rigging is stainless steel and in good order.
Split Backstay
All lines are led aft to the cockpit.
Two primary winches.
Two coachroof mounted control winches.

SAILS
In mastFurling Mainsail
Furling Genoa

Equipment

Electronics and Navigation
12 volt electrical leisure system with two 110Ah batteries
Separate engine battery
Charging via alternator or via a Cristec Nemo 25 amp
three stage charger when the vessel is connected to shore power.
Jeanneau switch panel
220 volt shore power system routed via an RCD unit.
Raytheon ST60 Tri data
Raytheon ST6000+ Autopilot control head mounted at
the helm
Nasa Clipper wind instrument
Hummingbird Helix 5 chart plotter.
ICS Navtex 4
Garmin GPS MAP 551
Cobra DSC VHF base unit interfaced with the GPS.
Handheld radio
Barometer and Clock
Dehumidifier (a/c) and smaller dehumidifier (12v)

Interior Equipment
Electric Bilge Pump
Manual Bilge Pump
Heating (Chinese Diesel Heater)
Hot Water

Outside Equipment/Extras
Teak Cockpit
Liferaft 8 man
Swimming Ladder
Assorted warps and fenders.
Electric anchor windlass with chain rode and anchor
Bimini available ( unknown condition- never been used)
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
stainless steel guard rails.
Navigational lighting to M.C.A. standard.
Sprayhood.
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoy
outboard motor bracket
Danbuoy
Inflatable tender

Accommodation

COCKPIT
Teak deck and seats
Wheel steering with binanacle mounted instrumentation and remote controls
Folding centre table
Port & Stbd lazarettes
Winch handles and pockets

FOREPEAK CABIN:
This was the 4-cabin/2-heads version, but internal partitions removed from 4th cabin to create a large 'owner's cabin' in the prow with plenty of storage space and ensuite heads.
Possibility of a fourth two bunk cabin

SALOON:
The saloon is offset to starboard with seating aranged around the large table.

GALLEY
Linear galley
Plastimo Neptune 2500 two burner cooker,grill & oven,
s/s sinks,
fridge
ample storage in lockers and cupboards for utensils, crockery and food

NAV STATION:
Aft of the galley is a comprehensive nav station with some of the navigation instuments and the switches and controls for the boats systems.

HEADS
Opposite is a large heads and shower compartment with wash hand basin and sea toilet.

AFT CABINS
Two similar aft cabins port and starboard - both with double berths and good storage in lockers and shelves.

FEATURES
All cabins and spaces are heated by an Eberspacher heating system.
The cockpit has a large centrally mounted table with fold out leaves around which the whole crew can sit for entertainment.
There is a sprayhood to give shelter when sailing and an overall cover for the cockpit which will give shelter at rest to the cockpit area.

Construction

Design: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42.2
Year: 2000
Designer: Guy Ribadeau Dumas
Builder: Jeanneau SA of France

Dimensions
Length Overall: 12 m 80 cm
Length On Deck: 12 m 29 cm
Length At Waterline: 10 m 13 cm
Beam: 4 m 9 cm
Minimum Draft: 2 m 1 cm

Weights
Ballast: 7358 lb
Displacement: 21605 lb Half Load

Speed
Cruising Speed: 6 kn
Hull Speed: 8 kn

Seating
Seating :8
Max Passengers: 8
Liferaft Capacity: 8

Tanks
Fuel: 1
Fresh Water: 2

440 litres water is supplied from two tanks the forward of which
is a flexitank.
Hot water calorifier heated by engine or by the immersion heater when connected to shore power.

Below Waterline
Cast iron fin keel
Deep spade rudder

Accommodations
Single Berths: 2
Double Berths: 3
Cabins: 4
Heads: 2
Heating
5kw Chinese copy of an Eberspracher, fitted early 2024
Two electric mains heaters (freestanding) for use with shoreline.