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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32

Brief details

 

Builder

Chantiers Jeanneau, Les Herbiers, France

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32 is a modern family cruiser with excellent accommodation including a very good galley and aft cabin, and up to 6' 3" headroom in the saloon. Although tiller steering was said to be standard, most boats appear to have been fitted with the optional wheel steering.

LOA

31' 5"

Sail area

536 sq ft

LWL

27' 8"

Rig

Sloop

Beam

10' 8"

Cabins

saloon plus two

Draught

4' 9" fin or 2' 3" to 5' 6" lift keel

Berths

6

Displacement

9,700 lbs

Engine

usually a Yanmar diesel

Ballast

3,020 lbs

BHP

18

Keel type

Long keel

Sun Odyssey 32

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 32 was built from 2002 to 2005, with minor modifications year to year. It replaced the Sun Odyssey 32.2, and was in turn updated to become the Sun Odyssey 32i from around 2006.

Designed by Phillipe Briand and the Jeanneau in-house design team, she has her maximum beam carried well aft, giving a very good aft cabin. The same hull was used (with a deeper keel and bigger rig) for the Sun Fast 32 cruiser-racer. A special version was also built for the Sunsail charter company. Engines were usually 18 hp Yanmars, though other engines including Nanni were fitted to a few boats.

 

Two keel options were offered, a bulbed fin keel with a single spade rudder, or a very shallow winged keel with centreboard and twin rudders, this last variant being inevitably more expensive.

Sun Odyssey 32
Sun Odyssey 32

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Sun Odyssey 32
Sun Odyssey 32
Sun Odyssey 32
Sun Odyssey 32

Above and right: Both heads and aft cabin are to port

As with wheel steering, the electric windlass was an option, but most boats sold seem to have this fitted

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The rig is virtually masthead, although the forestay is set just below the top of the mast. The standard rig has a roller genoa and single-line slab reefing with lazyjacks

Sun Odyssey 32
Sun Odyssey 32

The teak inlays in the cockpit sole and seating was standard, although the wheel steering was an optional extra

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