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2004 54 (ft.) JEANNEAU Sun Odyssey 54 DS

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General Information

Listing# 137066

Price
$389,000.00
Location
East Greenwich, RI, United States
Manufacturer
JEANNEAU
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
2004
Category
Cruisers
Designer
J.Fauroux / V.Garroni / Jeanneau
Model
Sun Odyssey 54 DS
Status
Used
Length
54 (ft.)
Beam
15.92
LOA
54.92
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard

General Details

The current owner of this 54' Jeanneau DS purchased her in 2005 and has taken immaculate care of her.  She will have a brand new blue AWL GRIP paint job and new bottom job including bottom paint March 2014.

All of her through hull gate valves were replaced in 2012.

She has a new main sail and new jib (old ones included in sale are in good condition)

Spinnaker is also in good condition and included in the sale

Dingy has a new Lehr Propane 5 hp engine (six passenger)

Bose surround sound for salon entertaining

Specifications

Sail Area
I : 65.75 ft J : 9.33 ft P : 57.83 ft E : 19.17 ft
Keel Details
Keel Type: Shoal_Draft Ballast: 11905 lb Max Draft: 6.50 ft
Description
This big yacht, flagship of the Jeanneau fleet, represents the most accomplished shape of innovative architecture.Conceived by two designers of large yachts : Jacques Fauroux for the performance side and Vittorio Garroni for the comfort aspect, and project-managed by the Jeanneau design office, the Sun Odyssey 54DS offers a sailing programme designed to give a new dimension to your cruises, whether short or long haul. Her natural element is above all the high seas. Long ocean cruises in maximum comfort.The Sun Odyssey 54DS offers an extremely uncluttered deck layout, with direct access to the sea from the stern. Her cockpit resembles a vast deck lounge giving her unquestionable character. This new sleek and sporting yacht is easy to sail with a short-handed crew. She will delight the most enthusiastic skippers and their crews
Additional Description
Twin-level cockpit, teak batten seats and floor, two side lockers with gas lifting shocks Central locker for liferaft or storage, gas locker for 2 bottles Two large lockers under helm seats, access to steering system 2 steering wheels, leather wheel covers, compass with stainless steel guard Engine control on starboard steering console Cockpit table with folding sides, central storage, glass holder Stainless steel fiddle and handrail with light on cockpit table Room for electronics on each helm console and under cockpit table Teak batten stern platform steps and bottom, cockpit shower hot and cold water Folding swim ladder with teak steps and cover Watertight stereo loudspeakers Steering: Twin steering wheels, self-aligning rudder bearings Stainless steel cable steering, molded aluminum quadrant Fiberglass rudder, stainless steel frame and shaft Rudder tube fiberglassed to hull
Additional Description
Saloon and Lounge: Wide U-shaped salon to starboard with : Central bench seat with drawer and handrail One piece salon table with fiddles 2 removable table legs to transform table into double berth (optional) Upper storage lockers, storage under seats Room for TV and video Cabin Layouts: Standard versions with 4 transformable cabins Optional versions with forward or aft owner's cabin 3 forward transformable cabins
Additional Description
One 12V/80A engine alternator Twin input -triple output battery charge distributor One 55 Ah engine battery One 12 V battery park, four 80 Ah service batteries One 24V battery park, two 55 Ah electric windlass batteries One 230 V shore power inlet with 12 V/60 A charger and circuit breaker One positive engine battery switch, one for service Remote control battery switch for the electric windlass One general negative battery switch 12 V electrical panel at the chart table with circuit breakers 12 V charge ammeter, 12 V voltmeter, 12 V charge circuit selector 230 V electrical panel with circuit breakers, 230 V voltmeter 230 V source selector switch : dock, generator (option), inverter (option) Lights and electricity: Chrome and stainless steel flush overhead lights On/off switches in salon and cabins Halogen salon side lights, in owners cabin and in galley Overead lights, aft lockers, and sail locker One 230v and 12v outlet per cabin 2 x 230 v outlets in owners cabin Other 230 v outlets : galley (2), salon (1), nav station (1) Courtesy light at companionway steps and forward of the saloon
Additional Description
Galley located on port side on slightly lower level, one step down Synthetic resin countertop with : top icebox cover, folding stove cover, dish drain, double sink with covers, drawers 140 liter refrigerator, seawater cooled Front-loading refrigerator door, shelves, storage bin 140 liter icebox, top loading, with storage bins Fresh and seawater foot pump Upper shelf furnishings for microwave, dishes, and storage Oven ventilator fan, 4 burner stove/oven with crash bar Three cutlery drawers, trash basket on sliding rail Storage locker on aft bulkhead Access to thru-hulls behind salon seat backrest Glass divider between galley and salon Mixer tap with flexible hose Handrail and compression post for mainsail traveler track
Additional Description
Diesel engine with exchanger Mounted on fiberglass bed with engine well and ventilation Soundproof plastic film insulation and protected edges Filter inspection panel at foot of companionway Access to engine and generator raw-water intake thruhulls in passageway Structurally sealed metal shaft strut and fiberglass shaft log Stainless steel prop shaft, Ø 35mm, dripless stuffing box, fixed three-blade propeller Stainless steel water exhaust built into engine bed, stainless steel exhaust aft Independant engine starting battery, forced ventilation Fuel/water separator Engine and other options : Folding three-blade propeller fixed propeller exchange Blade shaft cutter Second 12 v alternator Fuel tank in place of water tank, with 12v and manual transfer pump
Additional Description
Solid polyester / fiberglass hull. Wood fiberglass frame Reinforced Kevlar® Reinforced polyester engine bed
Additional Description
Balsa sandwich deck for rigidity and insulation Deck liner. Deck Hardware: Stainless steel double sheave bow fitting with swinging bow roller Open bow pulpit Stainless steel stern pulpit with buoy bracket and flagstaff holder Double lifelines Port and starboardlifeline gates Teak rubrail with built-in chocks 6 mooring cleats with chocks Anchor locker 1500 W deck-mounted electric windlass, for 12mm chain Spinlock jammers and Harken turning blocks for halyards and control lines 2 cockpit coaming winches for genoa sheets 2 roof winches for the main, genoa and spinnaker 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable Harken fairleads Genoa sheet turning blocks Harken adjustable mainsail traveler on roof Folding padeyes on deck Padeye for spinnaker pole downhaul Fiberglass halyard cover, roof handrails, companionway and cockpit handrails
Additional Description
Main electrical panel, with access to connections Curved teak batten navigator seat with support, storage compartment Side storage with bookshelf 4 drawers on left side, large folding table cover, and computer compartment Electronic instrument stand Room for radar screen chart plotter ? Deep foul weather gear locker behind navigator seat Access to service batteries under floorboards Traveler post hand rail
Mast & Rigging
Keel-stepped mast, mast foot with shoe Triple spreaders, through-mast connection Discontinuous cablerigging, lower forward shrouds Backstay double, double turnbuckles Turnbuckle protectors on shrouds Profurl genoa furler, above-deck drum Rigid boom vang, all halyards led to Spinlock blockers at cockpit Harken mast step blocks on deck fitting Watertight mast passage deck fitting Stainless steel mast reinforcement rod between deck fitting and mast foot Double thickness lower mast section, watertight. Removable mast casing for access to cable connections Folding mast steps deck lighting under spreaders Spinnaker pole rail on front of mast for pole storage (optional spinnaker pole) Boom topping lift, mainsail halyard, genoa halyard, spinnaker halyard Flag halyard strap-eyes Standard : furling mast Horizontal cut Dacron furling mainsail Horizontal cut Dacron genoa Option : classic mast : Full-batten cut triradial DC 77/99 polyester/mylar sandwich mains ail Triradial cut DC 77/99 polyester/mylar sandwich mainsail genoa Harken system B mast track and battcars 2 automatic reefs, 3rd classic reef Lazy bag, adjustable lazy jacks
Plumbing
Hot and cold pressure water, rigid plastic tubing "Heavy-duty" water pump, 45 liter hot water heater Stainless steel water tanks under the salon, with water fill and separate vents Chrome faucets with shower taps in washrooms Water meter, separate water gauge for each tank Showers with individual electric pumps with on/off switch Manual marine toilet Plumbing options : 12v electric toilets Holding tanks with gravity drain Deck wash pump
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.