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Old 08-10-2017, 09:59   #1
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Jeanneau SO409 - 2011

First owner – built in 2011 – Belgian matriculation – VAT paid.
Well-maintained sailboat, equipped with lots of extras as a blue water cruiser. Very complete and perfect for a couple to sail the Caribbean or the world. Has never been chartered.
We sailed her from Europe to Marocco, Canaries, Cabo Verde, Sénégal, Brazil and Guyana. Currently she is in Suriname, but we will be moving her soon to the Caribbean or Brazil.
We sell her because we accepted a 2-year project and we would like to buy a cat to continue sailing afterwards.

Price: 129.000 euro

3 cabin layout, with one head and a dressing table in the front cabin.
Performance pack plus + navigation pack (full option)
Dyform rigging
Electrical winch mainsail
Adjustable backstay
Other original options:
Supplementary watertank of 200L
Oak flooring panels
Cuppercoat 5 layers since 2013

Belt for new and for original alternator, which stays as a spare one.
Engine oil, filters, propeller, sealing saildrive, etc …
Spare blades for wind generator.

Yanmar 40hp standard engine. Next service will be this autumn.
Diesel filters changed a few months ago.
Alternator has been replaced by a powerfull Mastervolt 12V 130A with a 3-stage regulator, new pullies and belt.
Extra diesel filter with water separator.

Ground tackle
A Kobra (spade-)anchor with 50m of 10mm chain on the electrical windlass.
Replacement of command cable is ordered.

Sails, mast, etc.
Original performance sails of Techni-sail:
140% furling genoa with UV protection strip, renewed in 2016.
Both sails are used, but still in good condition. Serviced in 2016.
3rd reef added in mainsail.
Rutgerson battcars & intermediate cars on mainsail
A removable forestay with ratchet spanner, for extra security and eventually an extra headsail or stormsail.
A telescopic spinnaker pole Selden mounted on mast.
Maststeps till the top of the mast.

Raymarine E90W outside and inside at charttable,
Raymarine ST70 (at both steerwheels),
Raymarine autopilot,
Raymarine AIS500 transmitter and receiver
Raymarine misthorn, speaker,
Raymarine Raymic 218E (outside),
Raymarine radar
PC interface
Navtex Furona NX300
Active radar reflector

Salt water pump in galley.
Water filter with separate tap in galley.

Gas release and rubber pipes are replaced in 2016 (good till 2022)
Epirb E100G with hammar automatic release
3 Fire extinguishers and fire blanket
Plastimo rescue buoy
Gas detector

Has been added in 2013
Sprayhood and lazybag:
Original, but stitches and zip have been redone this year.
Hydrovane (Offshore spares included)
Leecloths for front berth and for saloon bed.
2 low power ventilators.
Exterior sun screens on all hatches.
Cockpit cushions.
Custom made bed cover for front berth.
Webasto heating system.

Charger – converter etc:
Mastervolt Combi 3000W since 2016
Masterview Easy
Dommestic batterie bank:
10 Trojan 6V 125 Ah deep cycle batteries since 2016, placed in custom made polytehyleen battery boxes.
Solar panels:
3x70W Kyocera solarpanels mounted on an arch.
Air breeze (better to be replaced by a more powerful new generation windgenerator)
All led-lights. In the interior, many extra lights have been added.
Also red light at the chart table.
Several extra 220V and 12V contacts.
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Old 08-10-2017, 11:57   #2
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Re: Jeanneau SO409 - 2011

Wow looks like a great buy!
I probably would have brought it 2 months ago but we settled on a 2007 oceanis 50.

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Old 23-04-2018, 09:29   #3
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Re: Jeanneau SO409 - 2011

I will bring our SO409 to Europe again. By the end of June, I expect to arrive in Ostend, Belgium, and deliver her to our Jeanneau dealer YMC, who will take over the selling process from then.
There is still the possibility of organizing a visit in Horta, the Azores, beginning of June, and deliver to Portugal, Spain, ... if there is a deal then.
Just let me know.
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Old 08-03-2019, 20:51   #4
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Re: Jeanneau SO409 - 2011

Hi Luc,

Is your Jeanneau SO409 still available? Where is she now? anywhere near San Francisco Bay?

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Re: Jeanneau SO409 - 2011

She has been sold. Luc
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