Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 379

The folks at Jeannueau continue to re imagine what a new–a really new–cruising boat should look like. Like the entire new wave of the Sun Odyssey line, the 379 has the hard chine aft, dual helms, and low slung good looks that have been quite popular at the fall boat shows. And it just goes to show that people will continue to buy new boats as long as they have features that are not available on the used boat market.

The Sun Odyssey 379 has great lines for a sub-40-footer.
And these days, there aren’t any used boats that look quite like this out there.
It’s designed for both comfort and style.
The interior is clean and modern.
Comfortable at port or as a sea berth.
The galley has quite a bit of stowage.
The head
The nav station is a bit small but that’s okay given the chart plotter in the cockpit.
Length overall : 11.34 m / 37′
Hull length : 10.98 m / 36′
Hull beam : 3.76 m / 12′
Light displacement : 6700 kg / 14740 lbs
Standard keel draft : 1.5 m / 5′
Fuel capacity : 130 L / 34 US GAL
Water capacity : 200 L / 53 US GAL
Cabins : 3
Motor : Yanmar 29Hp / 21Kw
CE Category : A8 / B10 / C12
Designer/s : Marc Lombard – Jeanneau design
Total standard sail area : 70 m² / 753 sq ft
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