Essex Clarke & Carter
Burnham Yacht Harbour
Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, GB, CM0 8BL
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2004 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32 Lift Keel

location icon Burnham-on-Crouch, United Kingdom
Year 2004
Length 32 ft
Builder/Manufacturer Jeanneau
Price
£39,950

The lift keel Sun Odyssey 32 is a special boat. With her lifting plate rotating between her twin keels and the fact she has twin rudders means that she can be used on a drying mooring like a bilge keeled yacht and can access the remotest of locations. New keel bushes in 2017. This example is a tiller steered version which provides a huge cockpit for sailing and entertaining. A galley second to none in this length of yacht her six berth layout is very practical both at sea and in harbour. Well worth inspection to avoid disappointment.

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Specifications

Year Built 2004
Category Sail
Length Overall 31'5 ft
Beam 10'9 ft
Max Draft 6 ft
Cabins 2
Cabin Headroom 6'1 ft
Electrical System 12 V
Double Berths 4
Construction Fiberglass
Keel Lifting Keel
Min Draft 2'8 ft
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 18.70 hp
Cruising Speed 6 kn
Maximum Speed 7 kn
Fuel Tanks 1
Fuel Tank Cap. 70 L
Fuel Tank Mat. Plastic
Water Tanks 1
Water Tank Cap. 170 L
Water Tank Mat. Plastic
Ballast 1,665 kg
Displacement 4,880 kg

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Volvo Penta
Model: 2020
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 19hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 2 Blade, Bronze
Year: 2004
Engine Location: Center
Accommodation

See plan: Six berths in two cabins plus the saloon. Full standing headroom throughout. Teak fit out with teak faced marine ply and solid teak cappings.

Forepeak with two single berths with infill to make a double. Plenty of stowage and water tank under berth with gauge.

Bi-fold bulkhead door from forepeak to saloon with two settee berths, large amount of below berth stowage. Drop leaf saloon table. Aft facing chart table to starboard with electrical panel and navigation equipment.

Large heads compartment opposite chart table to port with Jabsco marine toilet, wash basin and shower. Separate shower pump out.

Aft to door to aft cabin with generous double berth and large cupboard stowage.

Galley aft to starboard with 12v fridge/freezer, Eno gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven (cooker new August 2020 with gas certificate) and stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Plenty of eye level and below counter height stowage. Various crockery and cutlery.

Hot and cold pressurised freshwater supply via calorifier and immersion heater. Cream "leatherette" upholstery in saloon and fabric upholstery in cabins.

Mechanical Systems

Located under companionway in soundproofed compartment. Volvo Penta MD2020D, three cylinder, 19hp marine diesel engine. Freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Shaft drive via P-bracket to fixed two bladed propeller. Single lever engine controls. Moulded fuel tank. Engine serviced by owner annually. New engine mounts, propeller shaft, stern gland, cutlass bearing and exhaust elbow in December 2018.

Electrical Systems

Two 12v batteries (new in 2017) in two banks charging via engine alternator. Full 220v shore power system with four sockets, immersion heater and battery charger. Interior lighting.

Sails & Spars

Fractional (11/12ths) sloop rig. Silver anodised aluminium single spreader deck stepped mast and boom, 2004. Stainless steel standing rigging with split backstay, 2004. Terylene running rigging led aft to cockpit. Slab reefing to mainsail with two single line reefs, lazy jacks and zipped mainsail cover. Cascade type kicker. 2 x Harken 32 self-tailing sheet winches. Harken 16 control line winch on port coachroof. Facnor headsail furling system.

  • Mainsail with over length battens - Technique Voile - 2004 - Good
  • Furling Genoa with UV strip - One Sails - 2012
Deck Equipment
  • 10Kg Bruce anchor with 40m chain
  • Simpson Lawrence manual anchor windlass
  • Six fenders
  • Various mooring warps
  • Sprayhood in blue acrylic
  • Mainsail cover in blue acrylic
  • Cockpit dodgers with boat name
  • Stainless steel boarding ladder
  • Mid ship cleats
Navigation Equipment
  • Plastimo Contest compass
  • Raymarine ST60 Tridata log and echo sounder
  • Raymarine ST60 wind speed/direction indicator
  • Simrad RD68 DSC VHF radio with Hawk type antenna and cockpit speaker
  • Standard Horizon CP180i combined GPS/chart plotter (new 2014)
  • Autohelm ST2000 tiller pilot
  • NASA AIS receiver (new 2014)
  • Sony CD/FM player with saloon speakers
  • Clock and barometer
  • Deck level and masthead tri/white navigation lights
Safety Equipment
  • Jackstays
  • Two fire extinguishers
  • Fire blanket
  • Radar reflector
  • Cockpit harness eyes
  • Lifebuoy
  • Danbuoy
  • Manual and electric bilge pumps
Construction

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32  Built France in 2004. White GRP hull with style stripes and sugar scoop type transom with rubber fendering. White GRP coach roof with moulded non-skid decks. Cast iron bilge keels with lifting plate between. Centreplate lifted from aft end of saloon table. Tiller steering to twin rudders with rubber shoes to protect against damage when beaching boat. Self-draining cockpit and anchor well. Walkthrough transom with removable aft seat. Stainless steel rails and stanchions. Alloy toe rails. Teak hand rails. Teak to cockpit seats and sole. Always wintered ashore.

Disclaimer

The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated, is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.

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.