2015 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44 DS

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Sun Odyssey 44 DS
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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44 DS 2015

2015 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44 DS

Summer Wind 2015 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44 DS Summer Wind is fully equipped, very clean, and in sail away condition. She has been carefully maintained by the original owners and has never been chartered. The boat is configured as 2 cabins/2 heads and comfortably sleeps 6 with a convertible dinette. The aft cabin serves as a spacious owner’s stateroom with king sized berth and private adjoining head and shower. A large forward v-berth serves as the VIP stateroom with private head and shower. The main saloon is open and airy with full headroom and an abundance of natural light and ventilation. A generator and A/C throughout assure comfortable nights no matter the location. The original owners have invested in upgrades for ease of operation, maintenance, safety, and comfort throughout the boat. Summer Wind is in the water at the Riviera Beach City Marina and is ready for viewing any time. Specifications: · LOA: 43’ 6” · LWL: 39” 4” · Beam: 13’ 9” · Draft: 5’ 8” · Sail area: main 430 sqft, jib 447 sqft · Mast height: 65’ 3” · Battery, engine start: 1 x 90 Ah · Battery, house bank: 4 x 90 Ah · Battery, generator start: 1x 60 Ah · Battery, thrusters: 2 x 60 Ah · Water: 87 gallon main water tank, 53 gallon extra water tank · Fuel: 53 gallon tank · Waste water: two 21 gallon tanks · Engine hours: 215 · Generator hours: 127 · USCG Documentation No. 1258391 Personal items are excluded from sale.

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