Sun Odyssey 479
47' / 14.33m

Puerto Vallarta Mexico
This late model Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 479 is a charter version, 3 cabin, 3 head layout. Key features include an in-mast furling mainsail for easy single-handing, led lighting throughout, motorized transom swim platform, generator, inverter, autopilot with 2 screens AIS, radar, and air conditioning.
Fiberglass Hull
Vessel ID# 2784730
$389,000 USD
€360,972 Euros
CA$536,956 CAD
£318,148 GBP

Victory is a late model Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 479 is a 3 cabin, 3 head layout. The interior is very spacious and comfortable with lots of natural light and storage. Key features include an in-mast furling mainsail for easy single-handling, led lighting throughout, motorized transom swim platform, generator, inverter, autopilot with 2 screens, AIS, radar, and air conditioning. The boat is already setup for business which can provide tax benefits to help offset the cost of ownership. She is currently in a charter program with light day, skippered only charters. She's located at Paradise Village in beautiful Puerto Vallarta.

Data Sheet
LOA 47' (14.33 meters)
Type sail
Year 2018
Beam 14'
LWL 44'
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 107310
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 4JH57
Engine Year 2018
Power HP 57.00
Full Details

Cockpit and Deck

  • Transom Motorized Swim Platform
  • Bimini & Dodger
  • Large cockpit table with storage compartments and icebox
  • Teak inlay on bench seats
  • Cockpit lockers
  • Gas locker for 2 gas bottles
  • Deep anchor locker
  • Electric windlass (1000W)
  • One-level cockpit with dedicated sail handling areas
  • Multi-function cockpit table
  • Leather-covered steering wheels
  • Telescopic swim ladder
  • Hinged companionway doors
  • Flush deck hatches
  • Long acrylic deck windows with GRP eyebrow
  • Inboard shrouds for easier access forward
  • 6 mooring cleats

Sails and Hardware

  • In-mast furling Mainsail (charter-weight)
  • Code 0 with furler
  • 2 Electric Harken winches
  • 2 Manual Harken winches
  • Ball-bearing genoa cars adjustable from cockpit
  • Line bags in cockpit
  • Spinnaker fittings & spinnaker gear
  • Flopper stopper
  • GRP Bowsrit with integrated SS anchor roller
  • High aspect ratio rig
  • Harken genoa tracks
  • Harken deck hardware
  • Aluminum furling mast and boom
  • Sheets lead back to the helm – German sheet system


  • 3 Burner Stove with Oven
  • Microwave
  • Top loading refrigerator with vertical door opening for easy access
  • Freezer
  • Corian countertops
  • Double stainless steel sinks with covers and chrome fixtures
  • Soft-close, fully-extending drawers
  • Sliding waste bins with multiple compartments for selective sorting and recycling
  • Upper storage cabinets with storage
  • Long galley to starboard of entryway


  • Comfortable seating arrangement to port for 6 
  • Hinged storage compartments under settee seating
  • Large table with two removable, aluminium legs and central bottle storage
  • Saloon table convertible into a berth
  • Chart table with leatherette worktop with opening compartment, space designed for laptop computer
  • Large storage space under electrical panel for books and other navigation equipment
  • Chart reading light with red night-time vision mode

Navigation and Electronics

  • Raymarine i70S Multifunction Display
  • Depth/Speed Sensor
  • Wind Sensor
  • Ray50 VHF Radio
  • AIS 650 Transceiver
  • P70S Autopilot + ACU400 Core Unit & Gyrocompass
  • Autopilot Wireless Remote
  • 2 GPS ES97 Multifunction Touchscreen Displays with Wifi
  • Quantum Radar
  • Stainless steel mast mount for radar dome
  • Compass


  • Onan Generator 7.5Kw 110V (approx 550 hrs)
  • Main electrical panel at 12V plug, LCD display
  • 12V circuit for house and engine systems, 12V plugs and 110V plugs in each cabin, saloon, chart table and galley
  • 5 Domestic gel batteries
  • Engine start gel battery capacity: 1 x 120 A/H 12V
  • 12 v alternator output: 125A
  • Inverter (2000 W 12v/110v)
  • 30amp Shore power cord


  • Heavy-duty water pump, accumulator tank for consistent water pressure
  • Tank gauges located at the electrical panel
  • Hot water tank (11 gallons) connected to the engine heat exchanger and 110v system
  • Hot & cold cockpit shower on transom
  • 2 water tanks totaling 169 gallons. One tank (63gallons) can be converted to an extra fuel tank

Ground Tackle

  • Delta Anchor 
  • Chain & Rode
  • 2nd Anchor with tackle


  • Air Conditioning w/ reverse cycle heating (3 independent units)
  • Fusion stereo system with cockpit speakers and Bose speakers in the salon
  • Stainless Steel Magma BBQ Grill, LPG, rail-mounted
  • Boat hook
  • Tool kit
  • Cable cutters
  • Chartbook
  • Towline
  • Engine spares
  • Fenders
  • Docklines & Spring lines
  • Miscellaneous spares & fittings


  • Engine room automatic fire extinguisher
  • Flare Kit
  • Horn
  • Jacklines
  • PFDs
  • Lifering
  • Liferaft 8 man valise
  • Lifesling
  • Medical Kit
  • Radar reflector


  • Aluminum Hypalon RIB, 10', 5 passengers with cover, oars, and pump
  • Dinghy towing bridle
  • Dinghy tow rope
  • Torqeedo 1003 CS Electric outboard with spare lithium battery, charging cable, spare propeller


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.


For more information about this vessel, please contact Kim Dumas.
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Kim Dumas

Yacht Consultant
Shelter Island
2353 Shelter Island Drive
San Diego California 92106 United States
Cell: 1-619-248-3194

Originally from Eastern Shore of Maryland, Kim grew up boating with her family on the rivers and waterways of the Chesapeake Bay. After moving to California in her early 20's, she managed Harbor Sailboats for 6 years. After earning her ASA Bareboat certification, she celebrated by skippering a Lagoon 42 catamaran with her family in the islands of Tahiti. After her son was born, she decided to start her own web design business which she ran for over 20 years.  In 2015, she was ready to return to the water where she joined her old friend and colleague, Kurt Jerman, to help him with his catamaran charter company, West Coast Multihulls. Soon after that, she assisted Kurt with yacht sales through Denison.  After learning the business, Kim secured her own license and has enjoyed selling boats of all kinds since 2017. In 2019, she founded the San Diego Women Sailing Group where she focuses on creating sailing opportunities for women. She's the proud owner of a 30' sailboat which she sails often. She truly enjoys people and goes the extra mile to ensure that her clients are happy and understand the purchasing and selling process.