Sun Odyssey 36i - 2009 - £69,950
A well specified example of the hugely popular Sun Odyssey 36i. Arguably the most successful Jeanneau model of her build period, the hull is shaped by Marc Lombard ensuring a good blend of performance and comfort.
This example has the 'oak' style veneer to the interior woodwork and a versatile double aft cabin (three sleeping cabins outside the saloon) layout. The saloon is stylishly finished with nicely toning cream vinyl, leather-style saloon seating and she was fitted out with good 'comfort' and 'instrumentation' packages that combine well with the performance and efficiency of the deck gear fitted.
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Spacious accommodation offering six berths in three double cabins plus the saloon table's conversion kit that enables use of the amidship berths/seating - for night-time passage making. Fitted with cream leatherette upholstery in the saloon.
Forward cabin: A double wedge-shaped berth with standing room abaft it, a hanging locker to port and a shelved locker to starboard. Two cave/boot lockers at sole level and a deeply fiddled shelf to the hull sides. Light and ventilation by overhead hatch, fitted with integrally mounted blind.The lighting has been supplemented by 2 LED reading lamps.
Saloon: with 'C' shaped seating to starboard and the optional table conversion to be able to use the table as a 'double' berth. A straight settee/berth opposite to port, with an independent seat for a navigator to sit at the chart table, facing forward. Two, fixed hull ports provide dancing reflections and good light values in conjunction with a centre-line, overhead hatch again with an integral diffuser and blind.
Chart table to port: with the navigators seat immediately forward of the heads compartment, this table is carried on a rail so it can be used forward facing, or indeed, simply with the navigator facing aft. The master 12V DC distribution panel is fitted outboard, incorporating an LCD multi-function tank content level and voltmeter display, 12V DC socket. A British style, 3-pin 220-240V AC socket and the entertainment DAB/Radio/USB player is also fitted in this area.
Galley: Provided with a relatively large expanse of workable surface and two large front opening lockers, this galley also offers a relatively big refrigerator (efficiently top-opening). A two burner gas stove, fitted with an oven is fitted. The twin sinks are fitted with a mixer tap and a pressurised water supply of course and cutlery/stowage drawers and refuse bin are hidden within the under-sinks locker.
Heads Compartment: with Jabsco marine-flushing toilet and holding tank, washbasin with shower faucet and sump within the sole. An opening portlight fitted within the coachroof combines with an overhead hatch to give good ventilation and light levels. A Marine toilet sanitizer by Sea Smart is fitted in the toilet flushing input hose to neutralise the sulpherous smell commonly associated with marine flushing toilets.
Aft Cabins: Two double aft cabins mirror each other each with a hanging locker, cave locker at sole level and deeply fiddled side shelves. Opening portlights to the cockpit's well are supplemented by overhead hatches that incorporate sliding blinds.
Heating by an Eberspacher Airtronic D4 diesel fired, hot-air heater system.
A DAB/Radio is fitted with internal speakers in the main saloon, with waterproof cockpit speakers also fitted.
A 12V DC outlet socket and a Continental-type AC electrical socket is fitted in each of the cabins.
Curtains are fitted to the windows, and blinds to the hatches throughout.
Max. headroom 6ft 4ins.
Yanmar 3YM30 29 HP, fresh-water cooled diesel engine driving a self-feathering 3-bladed 'Kiwi' propeller through a conventional stainless steel shaft with a maintenance free lip seal to the inboard end of the stern tube. Good access to the engine compartment is provided by a hinged step unit and access to the rear beneath the aft cabins' berths. access.
The engine was last serviced in December 2018 - by Lewis Marine Engineering Ltd. with 835 hours recorded.
An 80 A/hr engine cranking battery is fitted, with 2 off 75 A/hr batteries forming a 150 A/hr services/domestic bank. Charging is by means of the engine-mounted 50 amp alternator and a pushpit-mounted photo-voltaic (solar) panel, together with a 220-240V AC battery charger when the vessel is connected to shore support.
A 7/8th, fractionally rigged sloop with aluminium alloy mast & boom.
Roller reefing headsail system by Facnor, slab reefing with two reefs provided for the mainsail. A fixed length spinnaker pole is stowed on a vertical pole stowage system fitted to the mast.
All Harken deck gear handles the running rigging and the majority of the lines are led aft to the cockpit.
A rod kicker is fitted to support the main boom when reefing, or lowering sail.
4 x self tailing 2 speed winches by Harken.
Raymarine ST6002 autopilot.
Raymarine ST60+ wind display.
Raymarine ST60+ Tridata log & depth display.
Navman Tracker 550 plotter display fitted at fwd end of cockpit.
At Chart Table/main saloon:
Raymarine 55e VHF/DSC Radio
Clipper Navtex by Nasa
Clock and Barometer
NOTE: An AVON inflatable dinghy c/w oars and pump together with a Honda four-stroke outboard engine may be available by separate negotiation.
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