Jeanneau 409

Replacing the long-lived Sun Odyssey 39i, the Sun Odyssey 409 is a handsome midsized performance cruiser. Drawings show a new cabintop style with angular portlights, a deck layout where headsail and main sheets are led aft to the twin helms, and a sailplan with a small non-overlapping jib.For more information, visit
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Replacing the long-lived Sun Odyssey 39i, the Sun Odyssey 409 is a handsome midsized performance cruiser. Drawings show a new cabintop style with angular portlights, a deck layout where headsail and main sheets are led aft to the twin helms, and a sailplan with a small non-overlapping jib.

For more information, visit Jeanneau.

SPECS:
LOA 40ft 5in
LWL 36ft 1in
BEAM 13’ 1” / 3.99 m
DRAFT 6ft 10in (std) 5ft 1in (shoal)
DISPLACEMENT 16,424lb
ENGINE 40hp CV Sail drive
DESIGNER Philippe Briand Yacht Design / Jeanneau design

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