An excellent opportunity to purchase a highly equipped and beautifully presented Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44DS. Rich walnut interior finish. Many desirable extras fitted include, diesel heating, electric winch upgrade on coachroof AND Harken "Rewind" primaries, Smart TV, overall cockpit cover, saloon berth conversion kit, in-mast furling, Mylar Taffeta genoa and vertical battened main, standard sails unused, still in bags!, comprehensive Raymarine instruments system - to name but a few on this Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44DS.
Dinghy, berth in Largs Yacht Haven, and some other extras available by separate negotiation.
All woodwork in dark rich walnut finish. Spacious and popular three cabin layout. Forecabin with good sized double V berth, Large hanging wardrobe / cupboard unit, hull windows and deck hatch with blind / curtains.
Side cabin to port with two bunk berths and storage cupboard. Shared heads compartment opposite to starboard side with heads, wash hand basin and shower unit - with with hot and cold pressurised fresh water.
The saloon is very spacious and very light with large deck windows and hatches, and more windows in coachroof and hull sides. Seating round the deluxe version table is the normal C shaped arrangement and there is space along the port side of the table for a couple of stools (one included). The port side of the saloon area is given over to a long settee berth with comfortable "Chaise lounge" sloping forward end. Lying on this has you facing the chart table / nav station area which has the TV mounted on the bulkhead.
The galley area is at the aft end of the saloon seating and incorporates a cooker with oven and grill, large sink twin sink unit with hot and cold pressurised water, refrigerator with ice making compartment, microwave and many cupboards, drawers and cabinets for storage of crockery, utensils and vitals.
The aft cabin encompasses the aft section of the boat and has an extra large double berth. Cupboards, lockers, wardrobes and drawers all provide plenty of storage for gear and personal effects. There is direct, en suite, access to the aft heads and shower compartment - equipped the same as the forward one. There is secondary access also to this from the saloon which can be closed and locked off.
There is warm air Webasto heating supplied to all cabins and heads compartments.
Upholstery is the upgraded "Metrom" finish and is perfect throughout. Sleeping cabins have generic mattress cover material for best warmth, breathability and comfort.
The mast and boom rigid boom vang are all Z Spar alloy units.
Standing rigging stainless steel wire and all running rigging in rope.
Extra genoa halyard and 2:1 purchase Code 0 halyard.
Mainsail in X grid Mylar Taffeta with vertical battens.
Genoa in X grid Mylar Taffeta
Standard Dacron mainsail and genoa unused from new and still in bags.
Code 0 in X grid Mylar/Aramid
Yanmar 4JH5-CE 54H9 diesel on sail drive fitted with three blade folding propellor and Ambassador Stripper rope cutter.
Bow thruster in tunnel.
Ships main operating systems are 12 volt fed from five 140 AH batteries. Four of these are grouped together for domestic purposes while one is dedicated to the engine start system.
There is one further bank of batteries forward dedicated to the bow thruster. All batteries are charged by engine driven alternator or by battery charger.
There is a shore power connection delivering 240V AC to an onboard ring main available in each cabin and at the galley. This circuit also feeds the battery charger and water heater element for the production of hot water.
There is an inverter which powers the microwave, computer and television sockets which allows operation of these appliances whilst at anchor or at sea.
Raymarine integrated navigation instrument system comprising:-
e95 touchscreen GPS plotter display on swivelling Scanstrut pod mounted at aft end of cockpit table.
i70 displays at each helm Speed, depth, temperature transducer through hull and wind transducer at masthead.
i70 Autopilot control at starboard helm and SPX30 core unit below decks
LS hydraulic linear drive ram for autopilot.
Raymarine 55E digital DSC VHF radio at chart table.
Digital Yacht AIS transceiver system linked to instrument backbone system.
All instrument, GPS and map info can be displayed on TV screen at chart table.
Smart TV mounted to bulkhead facing chart table and saloon. Displays TV stations received from mast head mounted antenna, Instrument and GPS/chart information from Raymarine systems, and can be used as a monitor for internet activity through HP Chrome Box desktop unit. Stern rail mounted WiFi signal booster for logging onto marina and shore based WiFi signals. Cellular antenna also mounted on stern rail connected to router to give 3 & 4G access to all phones, tablets & Chrome Box etc on board. Creates private network for boat. Radio / CD / MP3 player with Bose speaker system in saloon. Also connected to outside cockpit speakers.
Delta anchor and 60metres of 10mm chain. Controlled by electric windlass. Second windlass control with counter mounted at aft helm position.
Kedge anchor with chain and warp.
Double anchor roller fitting.
LED navigation lights at bow, stern and combination tri-white at masthead, conventional steaming and deck light on front of mast.
Teak side decks and cockpit floor. Teak inlay to all cockpit seating and steps.
Stainless steel stanchions and cockpit cushions for all outside seating.
All halyards and control lines led aft to cockpit area. Electric self tailing winch mounted to port side cabin roof and similar sized manual winch on opposite side.
Genoa and german mainsheet system leads sheets to aft cockpit winches which are upgraded Harken "Rewind" models.
Spinlock jammers for all halyards and control lines at each of the winches.
Permanent cockpit table structure with teak top and folding leaves. Storage for bottles and equipment incorporated. Cover to protect when not in use. Matching covers for wheels.
Large spray hood protects front of cockpit and companionway. Connects to overall cockpit tent which can be deployed to cover cockpit with windows and openings all round for light and visibility.
Outboard engine bracket on stern rail.
Cockpit shower at stern with hot and cold pressurised fresh water.
Fire extinguishers in each cabin and at galley. Automatic unit in engine space.
Fire blanket at galley.
Manual and electric bilge pumps. The electric one has a float switch and automatic operation.
Lifebuoy set with light on stern rail.
Manoverboard life sling on stern rail.
Echomax radar reflector on mast.
6 Man Liferaft in cradle (needs serviced).