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  3. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.1

    Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.1

    Papeete, Tahiti, French Polynesia
    1997
    $154,610

    “Marco” is a 4-cabin version of Jeanneau’s popular Sun Odyssey 45.1 line from 1997. There is plenty of headroom and space inside as well as outside in the wide cockpit with direct access to the water. The solid construction quality with Kevlar fiber reinforcements on these boats explain in part the immense success of Jeanneau in the rental fleets of the 1990s and 2000s. Video tour in English: https://youtu.be/73lyYN3oieE Video tour in Danish: https://youtu.be/O_DiugzQUb4 On the hull side, the ribs, reinforcements and bulkheads are generously dimensioned, and the rigging anchoring points are solidly attached. With its broad beam, strong bow and still slender look, it's a powerful monohull that is still sought after on the second-hand market today. The boat went through a major renovation and upgrade 2 years ago and is now really well-equipped with some of the newest and best available gear for increased comfort, performance and safety. After a rebuilt of the layout in the front cabins and saloon area the boat now sleeps 8 people very comfortably plus 2 extras in the sofa area. We're currently cruising in the Tahiti area in French Polynesia until september, where it can be handed-over to the new owners all geared up and ready for blue water cruising and self-sustained living at anchor or out at sea. The tax has been paid in EU.   HIGHLIGTHS INCLUDE 2019 furling genoa and mainsails in Hydranet (Spectra reinforced Dacron) + 120 sqm gennaker in 1.5 oz nylon, in great condition. Well-maintained Yanmar 4JH4-TE engine from 2010 (2200 hours) with a 2019 Gori 3-blade folding prop with overdrive. In 2019, the saloon layout was rebuilt for increased flexibility including the option of turning the sofa into an extra bed, new big bunkbeds were added in the front cabins and new madrassas and cushions throughout the boat. Raymarine navigational system with 3D bottom scan, radar, AIS up and down (2018) and recently upgraded Raymarine autopilot control unit (2021). Hydrovane Windvane (2019). Major upgrade of the electrical system (12V and 240V) in 2019 with new switchboards, 600 Ah of Lithium batteries, 3000W Victron inverter and 650W of solar panels. Watermaker, 115L (30 US gal.) per hour, new high-pressure pump 2020. 2019 Highfield dinghy in Hypalon and with aluminum bottom. Comes with a 4HP and 15HP Yamaha 2-stroke engine. Large safety package including gas alarm, smoke detectors, fire extinguishers, 6x Spinlock Deckvest 5D with MOB1 devices (personal AIS devices) and lifelines, AIS-SART, 2x personal EPIRPs and one larger boat EPIRP. Includes a fun-package of 2x beginner’s surfboard, 2x scuba tanks with BCS and regulators, 2x large 110kg stand-up paddleboards and various snorkel gear to get things started. And many more things in the detailed sections.   A WORD FROM THE OWNERS Why a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.1? Before we settled on “Marco”, we gathered knowledge from other long-distance sailors. That made it very clear that a roomy cockpit with easy access to the water, a good amount of headroom inside and a strong and safe construction were the main priorities. Marco fitted that perfectly. In addition, it was one of the few of its kind that had not spent its life as a charter boat. It was therefore in great condition and it has been a perfect match. Why are we selling? After two years of great sailing experiences going from Denmark, down through Europe, across the Atlantic, through the Caribbean, across the Pacific and almost a year of sailing here in beautiful French Polynesia it’s simply time to go home. You’re most welcome to see some of our sailing experiences here: https://www.facebook.com/SailingMarco Cruising in French Polynesia has been great and quite unaffected by Covid. With its huge size and many different islands, it’s a great place for cruising during the current epidemic as you are crossing no boarders and there are plenty to see. The new owners can take Marco out for another year of great experiences in the many islands of French Polynesia. And when the borders re-open, the adventure can continue on the majestic route to Australia or beyond or maybe return to the Caribbean and onwards to Europe. Next potential projects on Marco? Marco is currently in great shape and has been well-maintained throughout our trip. We have also introduced many new improvements during our journey. Currently, we are working on a new cover for the dinghy to reduce the wear and tear. If we continued our next projects would be: Upgrade the finish in the galley area by exchanging or painting the kitchen table and cupboards Upgrade the finish of the flooring in the galley and saloon area by painting or adding a new thin ply of wood. Build large sunshades for the front deck

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