2019 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349






33.92 ft (10.36m)



The Price for this yacht is £99,950 + VAT. She can therefore be exported from the UK, VAT free to qualifying customers.

Infinity is a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 with the shoal keel, twin rudders, twin wheels, bow thruster, upgraded Raymarine electronics suite, two cabin layout, Grey Cedar woodwork, Performance Pack, X-Grid Mylar mainsail and 100% furling genoa, Code 0 on furler, teak cockpit table, cockpit cushions and many options fitted. Supplied by us from new to her sole owner after being exhibited at the Southampton Boat Show in 2019. VAT has been reclaimed by her corporate owners, she has never been chartered and lightly used locally. 

Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - 01473 659681



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Basic Boat Information




Sun Odyssey 349


Marc Lombard









Keel Type

Fin Keel



34 ft

Length Overall

33.92 ft

Waterline Length

30.83 ft


11.25 ft

Max Draft

4.83 ft


5,630 kg


1,860 kg




Engine Make


Engine Model






Engine Power

21 horsepower



Engine Year



Fuel Tanks


Fuel Tank Capacity

130 l

Water Tanks


Water Tank Capacity

206 l

Holding Tanks


Holding Tank Capacity

80 l


See plan: Six berths in two double cabins plus two saloon settee berths. Light Grey Cedar interior fit out with solid wood cappings, finished in a UV stabilised varnish. Dark laminate non scratch floor boards.

Forward Cabin: Central double berth (6ft 7in long) with storage under, deep cabinet with shelving and hanging compartment. Wood shelving to hull sides with indirect LED strip lights & reading light. Wide double doors to saloon.

Saloon: Two settee berths with folding leaf table between. Ambiance Stone fabric upholstery in saloon (and mattress ticking in cabins). Storage cabinets behind seats with sliding doors (do not need to remove seat backs to access). Large under berth storage with hinged lids. Indirect lighting. Bar cabinets in galley return and cockpit table. Wood inserts in hull lining.

Galley to starboard: L shaped galley with laminated slate style counter tops, chrome plumbing fittings and storage cabinets. Stainless steel sink (hot and cold water supply, 25 litres hot water and 203 litre main tank capacity), 100 litre fridge with freezer compartment and Eno gas cooker with two burners, grill and oven. Chopping board sink cover. Whirlpool 240V microwave oven. Eye level and under counter storage. Waste bin. 

Navigation Station to port: Full featured electrical panel with breakers, voltmeter, fuel gauge, central heating control, VHF and Fusion radios and 12V plug. Slate style finish on work surface with room for a laptop. Chart light. Book stowage above switch panel. The whole chart table hinges up to stow out of the way when in port. Fusion RA70N radio/bluetooth receiver with saloon and cockpit speakers.

Heads compartment to port: Large compartment with sink, clothes hook, mirror and cabinet above the sink behind the mirror. Oilskin hanging bar. Jabsco marine toilet with holding tank. Separate shower area with electric pump out and Perspex shower door. White laminate finish to heads compartment with additional opening port. Access door from shower compartment to very large cockpit locker.

Aft Cabin to Starboard: Large double berth, deep cabinet with shelving and hanging rail, reading light and LED ceiling lights, hull shelf.

Shades and screens for hatches and ports. Additional Seaview pull down blinds to saloon hull ports. Fabric curtains in saloon. Two sets of bedding for sleeping cabins (duvet & mattress protector, 2 duvet covers and sheets plus 4 pillow cases per cabin). TV in swivel bracket with masthead antenna. Webasto diesel fired central heating system.

Spars and Sails

Deck stepped, double spreader, fractional rig by Selden, 2019. Stainless steel standing rigging, 2019. Dyneema halyards and other running rigging all led aft to the cockpit or helm position. Gas rod kicker. Facnor headsail furling system. Single line slab reefing to mainsail. Lazy bag with upgraded lazy jacks. Harken 35 self tailing primary winches. Two coach roof mounted Harken 35 self tailing secondary winches. Genoa lead rings. Spinlock jammers. Line stowage by wheels. Winch handles. Hawk wind direction indicator.  Shroud protectors. Spinlock down wind block and rings. Signal halyards. 

  • Performance Mainsail  -  X-Grid Mylar  -  2019  -  Excellent
  • Performance 110% Furling Genoa  -  X-Grid Mylar  -  2019  -  Excellent
  • Furling Code 0  -  X-Grid Mylar  -  2019  -  Excellent 
Mechanical Systems

Located under companionway in vented and soundproofed compartment with excellent access and extractor fan. Yanmar 3YM20 marine diesel engine. 21hp. Three cylinders. Fresh water cooled. 25mm stainless steel prop shaft with maintenance free stuffing box to three blade Flexofold feathering propeller. Fuel/water separator. Single lever engine control. Full engine panel. The engine is serviced annually and has logged only 207 hours from new. 

Vetus bow thruster fitted in 2020.

Four 12V batteries in three banks charging via large 125A engine alternator and 40 amp, 240V shore power charger. Full 240V shore power system with UK sockets, battery charger and immersion heater. 1000w Inverter to aft cabin 240V socket.

Deck Equipment
  • Lewmar Delta anchor with 50m chain
  • Electric anchor windlass, 1000W with handset and emergency handle
  • Six fenders and three mooring warps
  • Custom sprayhood by Dolphin in grey with side and aft safety handles
  • Custom bimini hood by Dolphin with removable enclosure sides in grey
  • Custom lazy bag by Dolphin in grey with lazy jacks and front cover
  • Large cockpit table in teak with custom cover in grey
  • Custom wheel covers in grey
  • Cockpit and helm seats fitted cushions in water repellent cloth, Graphite
  • Gas bottle
  • Manual and electric bilge pumps
  • Aft fold down swim platform with telescopic ladder
  • Two cockpit winch handle pockets
  • Outboard motor stowage bracket
Navigation Equipment
  • Two binnacle mounted compasses
  • Raymarine i70s multifunction displays x 3 with log/speed/depth and wind speed/direction - port and starboard helms plus forward end of cockpit
  • Raymarine p70s autopilot with ACU200 core pack and gyrocompass
  • Raymarine Hybridtouch 9" gps/plotter on rotating Scanstrut pod on cockpit table
  • Raymarine Ray 53 DSC VHF radio
  • LED navigation lights
  • Anchor light
Safety Equipment
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fire blanket
  • Gas alarm
  • CO alarm
  • Lifebuoy
  • Cockpit harness eyes
  • Jackstays

Built by Jeanneau to a Marc Lombard design in 2019. CE Category A for six persons. White GRP hull (solid laminate with internal matrix) with style stripes. White GRP coach roof (Prisma Process injected/infused construction) with moulded non skid decks. Cast iron shoal winged fin keel.  Two wheels (black leather clad) to twin spade rudders. Teak to cockpit seats and transom platform. Teak helm foot chocks. Teak effect toe rails. Fold down transom platform with hot and cold transom shower. Self draining cockpit and anchor well.  Large cockpit locker (access from cockpit and heads compartment with additional shelving and light) plus lazarette, life raft and self draining gas lockers. Line stowage at each wheel. Teal folding cockpit table with cup holders, storage locker and stainless steel hand rails. Stainless steel safety rails, stanchions and double guard wires. Gates in lifelines. Six mooring cleats. Bowsprit with anchor stowage and Code 0 ring on adjustable tackle. Hinged plexiglass companionway hatch doors. 


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.




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