Supplied new by ourselves this Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 has had one experienced private owner who has changed to power. Always based on the West coast of Scotland and has been used for family cruising. She benefits from being the Performance version of the Sun Odyssey 469 meaning she has excellent sails and upgraded deck gear.Numerous upgrades including solar panels. This Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 469 is a Philippe Briand design and is a capable offshore cruising yacht ideal for extended fast cruising.
Spacious saloon area with seating around a large table offset to port. Two moveable stool / chair units are used to sit on the right side of the table. To port are two seats divided by a small table which makes an excellent chart table. This table can be lowered to create a single berth here. The saloon is very bright with deck hatches, coach roof windows and hull port holes.
Three burner gas stove with oven and grill
Double stainless steel sinks with covers
Hot and cold water system
Many cupboards, lockers and drawers give good storage for utensils and vitals.
Fridge and freezer compartments
Large double berth on centre line and full width for entire length. Many cupboards, lockers and drawers for storage of personal gear. 12 volt and 240 volt outlets. Light ans spacious feeling from deck hatches and long hull windows, along with good 12 volt lighting for hours of darkness. Vanity / dressing table unit with mirror and stool. Full length mirror.
en suite heads
Hot and cold water system
Positioned aft on the port side is a second heads compartment.
Holding tank 85 litres with gravity evacuation to sea or pumped through deck fitting.
Shower with folding door to seperate shower compartment
Hot and cold water system
There are two aft cabins both with large double berths, a number of lockers and cupboards for storage of personal gear. 12 volt and 240 volt outlets.
Lighting throughout is LED low voltage.
Yanmar 4JH5-CE 54hp diesel engine with sail drive.
3 blade Bruntons Autoprop propeller.
The engine has been serviced annually and records are available.
Warm blown air Webasto heating system - ducted to all cabins and heads.
There are 5 domestic batteries each of 115 Amp Hr capacity and one further similar battery dedicated to engine start functions. There is a further bank of batteries dedicated to the bow thruster motor. Charge is delivered to these batteries from a 125 Amp engine driven alternator. Alternative charging options are from the battery charger when connected to shore power or from the deck mounted solar panels. The solar panel system has a charge monitor with Bluetooth connectivity to mobile devices and will show current and historic charge / discharge events.
The shore power systems are all 240 volt and include socket outlets in each cabin, an immersion water heater and the battery charger system.
Alluminium spars including spinnaker pole and rigid boom vang.
Standing rigging is discontinuous stainless steel Dyform wire.
Hydralic backstay tensioner.
The rig was professionally inspected in February 2019 - report available.
Running rigging is low stretch Dynema ropes. (main and genoa)
Genoas are hoisted on a Facnor roller reefing system.
The spinnaker halyard is rigged with a 2:1 purchase.
Performance mainsail in tri radial cut Mylar/Taffetta laminate.
Performance Genoa 140% overlap in tri radial cut Mylar/Taffetta laminate.
106% Genoa in tri radial cut Mylar/Taffetta laminate.
A1 asymetrical downwind sail.
The asymmetric has a Karver KF2 top down fuller and torsion rope. Also a continuous furling line which can be led aft to the cockpit to a Selden double jammer.
Reinforced tack point for asymmetrical spinnaker.
Open style bow pulpit.
Double bow roller with articulated roller for anchor rode.
1000W electric anchor windlass with 10mm anchor chain and Spade anchor
Large sail locker with lockable hatch.
Stainless steel guard rails and stanchions.
Six large mooring cleats.
Assorted warps and fenders.
Tracks and adjustable blocks for both genoa sails. All are adjustable from the cockpit.
All lines led aft to cockpit are hidden below deck.
Two coach roof mounted (under sprayhood) self tailing winches - Harken 46.2. The port one is electric. Spinlock clutches mounted in front of these handle all control lines.
Two further Harken self tailing winches (ST60's) are mounted at the aft end of the cockpit in easy reach of the two helm steering positions. The main sheet is currently rigged to a coachroof mounted winch, but can also be set up as the German sheeting version with the sheets going aft to both sides of the cockpit
Halyard bags for rope tidy / storage.
Pushpit mounted outboard bracket.
The cockpit is large and wide with a centrally mounted cockpit table. There is a large spray hood covers the front of this area and the companionway, but has good visibility through clear panels all round. Seating on both sides incorporate large lockers. Further storage in floor level lazarette lockers at the stern.
Near full width transom gate folds down to form large bathing platform with bathing ladder.
Raymarine i70 displays for speed, depth, and wind information.
Raymarine Autopilot with i70 controls at starboard helm and cockpit table.
Raymarine E95 hybrid touchscreen GPS plotter displays mounted at each helm position. C/W Navionics Platinum + cartography.
Raymarine digital radar scanner mounted on Scanstrut pole aft.
Scanstrut pole also supports Intellian satellite receiver.
Raymarine DSC VHF radio mounted at chart table. Cockpit mounted speaker.
Raymarine AIS 650 Class B transceiver.
Multifunction AM/FM receiver, CD/DVD player linked to Bose sound system with speakers in saloon and cockpit.
TV mounted on main bulkhead.
Weems & Plath clock
Electric and manual bilge pumps.
LED Navigation lights to DOT standard.
Mast head tri-colour light for sailing.
Man overboard emergency boarding ladder.
Fire extinguishers (Date and validity not checked)
Ocean Safety 8 man Liferaft to Charter ISO spec.
Mast mounted Tri-Lense radar reflector
Webbing jackstays are fitted on each side deck.
There is a Tennamast cradle included in the sale.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.