Sun Odyssey 409
Voted "European Yacht of the Year 2011"
The Sun Odyssey 409 is a large cruising yacht providing spacious accommodation, yet can be sailed by a couple or family with a crew of two or three.
Above all a yacht must be elegant with sharp lines and fine details. The new Philippe Briand designed Sun Odyssey 409 is not only elegant, but also built for speed. A modern hull with a hard chine and excellent stability makes the Sun Odyssey 409 a pleasure to sail.
Sailing The Sun Odyssey 409 can be managed by a crew of two although at 40` a third set of hands always makes mooring and other tasks simpler. She sails well and her win of the European Yacht of the Year (“Family Cruiser, 2011”) assures you of a well-sorted cruising yacht providing space & comfort with entertaining, yet safe and stable sailing.
The Sun Odyssey 409 offers a main saloon, three cabins and two toilet/shower rooms each with hot water and toilet holding tank. The main cabin has a large opening hatch onto the foredeck. There is a chart table to port in front of the heads with control panel, GPS and VHF radio and CD/radio player. The main saloon settee and table can convert into an additional large double berth. The main cabin heads includes a separate shower and toilet/basin area separated by a folding shower screen. Each cabin has a double berth giving six berths, plus the main saloon settee & table are convertible to give another large double berth. Each cabin has a hanging wardrobe. The galley includes a double sink, top-entry fridge, twin-burner cooker with oven and plenty of storage both behind the worktop & cooker and below the sinks.
Outside the cockpit has teak lazerette seats and a large fixed cockpit table covered by a bimini tent. There are also external loudspeakers in the cockpit connected to the CD/radio.
|Type of Yacht||Sun Odyssey 409|
|Overall beam||3.99 m|
|Pax / Cabins / WC||6/3/2|
|Sails||Semi-battened, slab reefing with lazyjacks & sail bag or in mast furling|
|Fuel capacity||200 ltr|
|Water capacity||330 ltr / 72 gal|
|Engine||Yanmar 40 HP|
- Full-batten* or furling mainsail
- Lazy jacks / lazy bag*
- Furling genoa / self-taking jib
- Ropes, sheets, winches, winch handles
- Fenders, boat hook, binoculars
- Anchor & chain, spare anchor
- GPS + Plotter
- Depth sounder
- Wind & speed logs
- Navigation instruments
- Charts and pilot books
- Dinghy (with pump & oars)
- Electric windlass
- Holding tanks
- Cockpit table
- VHF Radio
- Music player system (Radio-CD or Radio-USB/bluetooth-iphone-aux-port) with deck speakers
- Safety equipment (life vests, life-raft, horse-shoe buoy, flares, fog-horn, fire-extinguishers, etc.)
- Galley equipment (pots, pans, plates, cups, glasses, cutlery, cooking utensils)
- Electric refrigerator
- Gas stove top and oven
- Storage lockers
- Buckets, jerrycans, diesel cans, spare gas bottle, funnel, deck brush, water hosepipe
- Bed linen, blankets, pillows and towels
- Swimming ladder
- Snorkelling equipment (min. 1 set fins & mask)
Additional equipment (included on some yachts, or as optional extra)
- Outboard engine
- Cockpit cushions
- Fixed stern gangway
- Shore-power cable
- Solar panels