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Jeanneau 379

Product review

Jeanneau’s Sun Odyssey 379

Our team visited a Jeanneau 379 courtesy of Brighton Marina’s Black Rock Yachting.

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Sun Odyssey 379

As the weather was inclement we were unable to take her for a sail, however we enjoyed a good look around on deck and below.

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Sensible sized chart table

The navigation systems were a sensible combination of a chart plotter placed on deck behind the cockpit drinks table clearly visible from both helm positions.

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Instruments are to hand

Below, the chart table was sufficient  for traditional chart work with an array of switches and instruments above. It was cleverly placed on the port side of the main saloon giving sufficient working room but without taking up too much space.

 

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Good engine access

The engine compartment is located under the companion steps which lifts with the help of an assisted hinge giving good access to it underneath.

We pumped through the toilet in the heads compartment. The handles were easy to understand and operate. Again the space available had been used to its optimum, something we found throughout the interior.

At £113,000 on the water she was keenly priced offering a holiday home afloat, sailing yacht and  an investment which should hold its value as well as providing a lot of enjoyment.

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