The Sun Odyssey 35 is a popular mid-sized cruiser, with a particularly spacious and bright interior. This yacht is an ‘owners’ version with a very large aft double berth, plus another double in the fore cabin, and the saloon can be configured with two singles or a double berth. Easily handled by a couple and room for up to 4 in comfort without using the saloon.
The Sun Odyssey 35 was designed for Jeanneau by Marc Lombard. She has a high-volume light-displacement hull, matched to a deep narrow keel with a large trailing ballast bulb and deep spade rudder (This yacht is the deeper-keel version). The result is – she sails really well and ‘punches well above her weight’ against other yachts.
She has a fairly large masthead rig with twin spreaders and a baby stay. The traveller and mainsheet are handled on the coach roof winch, keeping the cockpit clear. The mainsail has slab reefing with lazy jacks, and the Genoa is roller furling. On this yacht a demountable inner forestay is also fitted to allow use of a storm jib with the genoa furled. Twin chart plotters and the latest electronics make this a very easy boat to sail short handed.
The engine is a Volvo D1-30 (2013) inboard diesel providing plenty of power.
She is a really smart yacht that you will be proud to be seen aboard.