This is a brand new Sun Odyssey 410 that was displayed at the Southampton Boat Show 2019. She has the shoal draft keel, two cabin layout with Grey Cedar woodwork, sink in the forward cabin, Preference Pack 2020, downwind package, Offshore Electronics pack 2020, central heating, retractable bow thruster and more. Marine finance and part exchange are available. VAT can be claimed back for export orders. Normal retail price is £259,271 - our display boat is priced at only £236,000!
The Sun Odyssey 410 was voted "Cruiser of the Year" at the British Yachting Awards in December 2019. The Awards, from Sailing Today and Yachts and Yachting magazines, are voted on by internet users who vote for a range of boats in different categories.
Please contact Stephen Carter at our Suffolk Office for full information - +44 (0)1473 659681
This example is the two cabin layout (Version A) with the Grey Cedar woodwork. Over 6' headroom throughout boat.
Forward cabin with rectangular berth (2m x 1.5m), deluxe high density foam mattress, and optional dressing table with private sink. Large hanging locker to starboard and two drawers under berth. Side tables to bed. Upholstered front bulkhead. LED lighting. Two large fixed hull ports.
Saloon with settee to starboard and sliding seat on centreline converting to a double seat. Upgraded deluxe folding saloon table with telescopic legs. Bar furniture and ample stowage under and behind seating.
Forward facing chart table to port with leatherette top. Multiple ample storage for charts, books and individual items. Bi-colour reading light. Signature clock and barometer.
U shaped galley to port. Two burner gas cooker with grill and oven. Large 12v fridge with top and vertical side door access. Laminate worktops. Double stainless steel sinks with covers. Large centreline cabinet with drawers, storage and waste bin. Opening hatch over.
Aft cabin to starboard with rectangular berth (2.02m x 1.38m). Hanging locker and hull shelf storage. LED lighting. Reading lights. Hull port and cockpit window. Two opening ports.
Heads compartment with large bowl marine toilet and holding tank. Indirect LED lighting. Wash basin. Shower with automatic pump out and plexiglass door.
Sail locker aft of the chart table with LED lighting, hull port and lateral storage locker.
USB plugs in cabins and saloon. 240V shore power system with UK sockets throughout interior, immersion heater and battery charger. 40 litre hot water tank. Indirect lighting. Lamps on bulkheads. Wine storage under saloon sole. Upholstered bulkheads. Shades for windows and ports in saloon. Upholstery in "Ambience Weiss". Extra 200 litre fresh water tank. Fusion RA70 radio with USB/Bluetooth and speakers in cockpit and saloon. Webasto diesel fired central heating system.
Located under companionway. Yanmar 4JH45CR marine diesel engine. Larger 45hp choice. Shaft drive to fixed propeller.
Four 12v domestic batteries plus engine start battery. Batteries charged via 60ah battery charger and 125amp engine alternator. Navicolour battery monitoring system. Two dedicated bow thruster batteries.
Deck stepped fractional rig with double spreaders. Discontinuous stainless steel standing rigging with textile backstay. Boom (lowered gooseneck) with rod kicker. Headsail furling system. Asymmetrical lazy bag with lazy jacks. 2 x Harken 46.2ST primary and 2 x Harken 40.2ST coachroof winches. German main sheet system led aft to helmsman. "Downwind Package" including spinnaker deck hardware and flying rigging for asymmetric spinnaker (spinnaker not included).
Full length chined white GRP hull with style stripes. GRP bowsprit with integrated anchor roller. Cast iron shoal fin keel. Twin rudders. De-luxe cockpit table with folding leaves. Gates in life lines. RETRACTABLE BOW THRUSTER. Cockpit floor indirect lighting. Walk around side decks, unique to Jeanneau. Teak cockpit seats. Four cockpit lockers. Twin wheels with leather covering. Large fold down bathing platform with telescopic ladder. Hinged companionway doors.
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General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.