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Old 22-11-2011, 11:59   #1
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Arrow 2004 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 35

The time has come and we are ready to sell our much loved boat. She is a single owner, lovingly maintained, and well equipped for long term blue water cruising.

We are selling it with everything as a "sail-away" package in tip-top shape.

The reason for selling is another bigger boat being built.

Length: 35 feet
Year: 2004
Current Price: EUR 60,000
Located in: MARMARIS, Turkey
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Flag of Registry: Canada [Canadian Taxes Paid]

Dimensions:
LOA: 35.3ft 10.75m
BEAM: 11.5ft 3.49m
DRAFT: 4.7ft 1.44m
DISP: 5200 kg

ADDITIONAL SPECS, EQUIPMENT AND INFORMATION:

GRP hull and superstructure
Teak decks and cockpit sole
Shallow draft keel
Wheel steering
Emergency tiller
Awlgrip Flagship Blue hull

SAILS:

Furling mainsail and Genoa by Haarstick (New 2010).
Storm jib (ATN GaleSail)
Gennaker (by Triton Sails)

MECHANICAL:

One Yanmar 3YM30, 29 hp, three cylinder, fresh water cooled diesel engine
3 Blade Vari-Prop feathering propeller

Spare 3 blade fixed propeller
Shaft drive
Rope cutter

ELECTRICS:

12 V + 120 / 240 V

2 x 130 Ah DieHard Platinum Marine deep cycle Batteries
1 x 60 Ah optima AGM engine battery
35A 3 step battery charger

KISS High Output wind Generator (with spare blades and service kit)
2x 50W Solar panels with Blue Sky Energy Regulator

Xantrex Link20 battery monitor
Inverter – 2000W 120V

LED interior and nav lighting
Dr. LED Dave 400+ lumen underwater transom light
Dr. LED Kevin 600+ lumen transom cockpit light


TANKAGE:

310 lts. water tanks
130 lts.fuel tank
40 lts.Holding tank

WATER SYSTEM:

Pressurised water system
20 lts.Calorifier

ACCOMODATION

6 berths in two cabins and convertible saloon
Eno gas cooker with two burners and oven

Seagull water filter

140 lts. fridge and Frigoboat compressor
Double s/s galley sink

One Jabsco electric, large bowl head, handbasin and shower

Leatherette washable upholstery
Teak joinery
12 V fans in saloon and cabins
1.86m headroom


Additional Information

NAVIGATION AIDS:

Raymarine E80 Chartplotter with Raystar GPS Antenna
RC435 Chartplotter as backup
Navionics Chart Gold/Platinum charts
18" Raymarine Radar

ST6000+ linear Autopilot with ST60 control
ST60 Tridata and ST60 Wind Instrument
Ritchie Compass

Si-Tex navtex and weatherfax receiver

Nauticast AIS transceiver with laptop interface

Icom IC-M422 VHF with remote mic in cockpit

Weems & Plath electronic barometer


GROUND TACKLE:

24 kg CQR s/s anchor with 65m galvanized chain and 80m Yale braid warp
15 kg Bruce s/s anchor with 30m chain and 70m nylon warp
6.8 kg Fortress stern anchor, chain and warp

Lofrans electric windlass

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:

6 x fenders
Warps
Boarding ladder
Sprayhood
Bimini
Cockpit enclosure with mosquito screens
Winter cover
Kingboard folding cockpit table
Forespar Nova outboard engine Lift
Zodiac Cadet Fastroller Acti-V 310 dinghy-new 2009
Outboard motor

Safety equipment


Avon Ocean 6 person Liferaft-new 2009
ACR Globalfix 406 Epirb with internal GPS

Lifejackets
Grab bag with survival gear
Lifesling 3 MOB recovery system
Jacklines
2 Fire extinguishers
Radar Reflector
Manual and Electric bilge pumps
Gas shut-off solenoid

Brushes and boathooks
Various spare parts and tools

Deck shower with cold and hot water

Sony Radio/ Cd player

Crockery, cutlery, kitchenware


For more images and our past adventures see www.windwhisper.ca
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Hi, the boat is nice, are the pics recent? Any hull or mechanical failures? L
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Re: 2004 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 35

Hello. Thanks for the compliment - we do our best to keep the boat in tip top shape inside and out.

The picture with gennaker was taken in 2009 on a Bahamas passage - now the boat (and gennaker) look the same. The dinghy has changed: we used to have an Aqua Dutch 265, now a Zodiac Cadet 310 (also fully collapsible).
The picture where we're setting anchor was taken in 2010 - the boat now looks the same.
The salon pics were taken at the end of this summer.

I just realized that we did not take pics of the engine (miscommunication between my other half and me). We will post them soon.

We just took the boat out on the dry to redo the bottom paint and service the prop. If you are interested, we could take pics of the bottom.

Regarding failures: We read all manuals and Nigel Calder's books and fanatically follow all maintenance schedules. So far we have managed to avoid any mechanical failures [knock on wood***].
Same with the hull - very good seamanship skills by my other half (all those advanced sailing courses and experience pay off) plus my continuous attention to weather and thorough passage planning by both of us.

Would love to give you more info, just ask.
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Please add engine hull and cabin pics...
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Re: 2004 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 35

Here are some more pictures with a few comments:

Forward cabin:
We use this cabin for storage and guests. It's got a double bed with the ATN storm sail under the bed.

Aft cabin:
At the back you see the solar panels controller. The bed is king size and works perfectly for overnight passages - you can sleep in any position covering the full 360 degree circle (horizontally, of course). And you're close to the cockpit for any emergencies. You also can see the ACR EPIRB near the door.

Engine:
The main access is from under the companion way stairs. For more in depth service, panels open up in the aft cabin.

Hull:
The hull is coated with 6 layers of Epoxy Intra Protect 2000 (alternating grey and white), and now almost no bottom paint We are applying 2 coats of Pettit Ultima SR with 60% copper - same as last time (we saved up these cans from the Caribbean). Works wonderfully. The two coats, as always, are of different colour to better show how the paint wears down.

On the last picture you can also see the 400 lumens underwater light behind the rudder.

These and more pictures have been uploaded to our album: https://picasaweb.google.com/denisnkatia/WWForSale?authuser=0&feat=directlink .

If you'd like to contact us by email, please use denisnkatia gmail com with dots instead of spaces.
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Re: 2004 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 35

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I meant "insert @ and . where applicable" - was tired last night.
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