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Jeanneau Sun Charm 39

Brief details

Builder

Jeanneau, France

A Jacques Faroux design for Jeanneau, the Jeanneau Sun Charm 39 was introduced in 1989 as a fast cruiser with excellent accommodation. These slightly older Jeanneaus share a family resemblance to current models, but may actually be better sailing boats thanks to narrower stern sections. The accommodation is spacious and fairly well finished for what was always a budget boat. Many of these boats will have been chartered at some point in their lives, and hence may be well used.

LOA

39' 4"

Sail area

914 sq ft (main & genoa)

LWL

32' 4"

Rig

sloop

Beam

12' 9"

Cabins

Forecabin, saloon and two aft cabins

Draught

6' 5" deep fin or 4' 8" shallow fin

Berths

6 to 8

Displacement

14,330 lbs

Engine

usually Perkins or Yanmar diesel

Ballast

5,401 lbs

BHP

40 to 48 depending on engine

Keel type

Fin keel and spade rudder

Jeanneau Sun Charm 39

The Jeanneau Sun Charm 39 was introduced in 1989 and was rebranded in 1990/91 as the Sun Fast 39, with only very minor alterations.

She has twin aft cabins, twin heads and a saloon with galley and chart table to starboard and seating to port. There are 6 berths without using the saloon - if you drop the saloon table and place the infill in the forecabin you get eight berths in four doubles.

Jeanneau Sun Charm 39

Forecabin, with vanity unit and seat as well as a double berth

 

The galley and chart table occupy the starboard side of the saloon, with the table and seating to port

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Jeanneau Sun Charm 39

There are two mirror-image aftcabins and heads

 

Each aft cabin has a double berth, seating and lockers, plus a connecting door to the attached heads. Both heads have marine WC, basin and shower

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Photo from Jeanneau's brochure

Jeanneau Sun Charm 39
 

 

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