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Re: Interesting Sailboats

Paulo,
A c&p from a thread in the jeanneau owners site for specs.

This is the provisional spec:

Overall length: 10.34 m / 33' 11”
Hull length: 9.97 m / 32' 8"
Waterline length: 9.40 m / 30' 10”
Beam: 3.44 m / 11' 3”
Displacement: 5350 kg / 11795 lbs
Standard draft : 1.98 m / 6' 5”
Shoal draft: 1.49 m / 4' 10”
Engine Yanmar: 21 Hp / 15 kW
Sail area – standard: 57m≤ / 613 sq ft
Sail area – performance: 60 m≤ / 646 sq ft
CE Category: A6/B8
Designers: Marc Lombard - Jeanneau Design

Worth noting this is a Mark Lombard design (same as 379). Rig looks different with full beam shrouds and a rumour that the performance version may sport a "fat head" main. Also there are twin rudders peaking out of the image, maybe will be on both versions? Would be good to think there maybe a lift keel to follow.

Read more: Sun Odyssey 349 announced | Jeanneau Owners Network Forum


I personally had not noticed the seperate shower. I HAVE noticed that jeanneau went away with that option in the 379 and 409. That is something I liked about the previous 34-40' Jeanneau models from a cruising standpoint. Well, I should say the Admiral liked that option. The Cabin Boy does not get a say in this sometimes.

HERE is that thread with a few more interior pics etc.

Marty
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