OptiMystic
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 379
PRICE
$178,950 USD
LENGTH
37ft 2in
YEAR
2012
TYPE
Sail

The Marc Lombard designed Jeanneau Sun Odessey 379 packs a lot in a small package. Winning “Boat of the Year” in Cruising World’s Best Midsize Cruiser 36 to 40 feet in 2012 and “Domestic Boat of the Year” categories, OptiMystic is sure to impress you with her abilities. The deck plan is simple yet functional while keeping safety in mind. All halyards are run aft under a deck panel back to the cockpit to avoid clutter and shroud chain plates are placed inboard of the toe rail allowing plenty of space to pass by. The large wide cockpit is thanks to the modern hard chine hull design and gives a spacious but secure feeling while under sail in all conditions. Some thoughtful features include a custom two-bottle propane locker, designated liferaft compartment, twin helms and a generous swim platform.

The interior also benefits from the modern hull design with 12 feet of beam and 6-foot 3-inches of standing headroom in the main salon. LED lights, bright wood finishes and simple designs make the interior feel light and airy. The L-shaped galley at the foot of the companionway is workable and has lots of practical storage. The twin cabin single head layout is an effective use of space for a 37-foot boat.

Specifications
Name of vessel OptiMystic
Model Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 379
Year 2012
Builder Jeanneau
Designer Marc Lombard
Price $178,950 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 37
Beam (feet) 12' 3"
Draft (feet) 6' 3"
Displacement (pounds) 14771
Ballast (pounds)
Engine model Yanmar 3YM30
Engine horsepower 30
Engine hours 1201
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 32
Water tank capacity (gallons) 54
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 21
Questions? Call us! (206) 378-1110
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Interior Accomodations

Forward, there is a V-berth with a hanging locker and storage compartments. There are two LED reading lights and a large deck hatch allowing lots of light and great ventilation into the cabin.

Aft of the V-berth is the main salon that has a lofty 6’ 3” of headroom and a large U-shaped settee on the starboard side and a lengthwise settee on the port side. The dinette table allows six people to comfortably sit and enjoy a meal and has some accessible storage in the center of the table. The starboard settee converts to a double berth for additional functionality and the port settee doubles as seating for the nav station. The main salon has lots of compartments for safe stowage and adequate handholds throughout the main cabin for safety in a bumpy seaway. The large wall mounted flat screen TV has a Bose speaker for movie night entertainment. The Webasto heater control is on the starboard bulkhead and vents into every cabin space on the boat.

Moving aft, the L shaped galley is compact with good counter space, lots of storage and good lighting. The white surfaces provide brightness and are easy to clean and care for. The refrigerator is deep and well insulated with a large countertop access door. Above the stove is a small hatch for ventilation

The aft cabin is in the starboard quarter under the cockpit seating just aft of the galley. There is 5’ 10” of standing headroom here and a large rectangular bunk very comfortable for guests. This cabin also has a hanging locker for storage and an access port to the engine compartment.

The head is on the port side opposite the galley. It offers good lighting and ventilation as well as shower stall with a plexiglass door. There is adequate storage behind the sink and good access to plumbing below. The Jabsco marine toilet has a household size bowl and is plumbed directly into the plastic holding tank behind the bulkhead. The holding tank is equipped with a gravity overboard discharge ¼ turn valve to a through hull and also a deck pump-out fitting. Aft of the toilet is access to the port storage locker. The Code 0 is stored there as well as two batteries and room for much more.

 

Electronics and Navigation

(3) Simrad IS20 wind, depth and speed display at helms

Simrad AP24 wind angle display at helm

(2) Plastimo magnetic compasses

Simrad AP 24 autopilot display and AC42 computer

Simrad NSS8 chartplotter/radar display mounted at cockpit table

Simrad radar on mast

Wind, speed and depth transducers

ICOM IC-M504 VHF

ICOM Command Mic iii VHF RAM mic

Masthead windex

Interior LED lights

Aquasignal LED navigation lights

Steaming light, deck lights, steaming light anchor light

LG flat screen TV

Bose speaker

(2) VDO interior speakers

 

Electrical Systems

120v AC and 12v DC electrical systems

(3) House batteries, Trojan AGM 12v DC group 24 (batteries in port storage compartment aft of the head)

(1) Engine start battery, West Marine12v DC group 24 (under starboard berth)

Scheiber AC/DC circuit panel with volt meter and tank monitor gauge

Blue Sea battery selector switch

50’ 30 amp shore power cord

30 amp galvanic isolator, Pro Mariner FS30

110v power outlets

USB power outlets

 

Mechanical and Plumbing Systems

Yanmar 3YM30 30hp diesel engine

Yanmar engine control panel with tachometer and alarms

Teleflex single lever throttle control at starboard helm station

Hitachi 80 amp alternator

Yanmar SD20 Saildrive

Flexofold 3 blade prop

32 gal fuel tank

Henderson manual bilge pump 10 gal/ min

Johnson Viking 12v bilge pump 4 gal/min

Propane solenoid control in galley

Eno 2 burner propane galley stove

(2) 20lb aluminum propane tanks in starboard helm station locker

12v Vitrifrigo refrigerator (model JN190)

12v Johnson (model WPS 3.4) water pressure pump

Quick (model B3) water heater (10.5 gal)

3M water filter under galley sink

Webasto Airtop Evo 3900 diesel heater

Webasto MC05 heater control in main salon

Jabsco twist lock manual toilet with household size bowl

Whale Gulper diaphragm 320 shower sump pump

21gal holding tank

 

Sails and Rigging 

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 379 is an exceptional sailing vessel and designed to be easily singlehanded. All halyards and control lines are lead aft to the cockpit and the German style, continuous mainsheet system is conveniently accessed from either helm station.

Rigging

Selden anodized aluminum double spreader deck stepped mast with a compression post in the cabin

Selden anodized aluminum boom

Double fixed backstay

Stainless wire standing rigging

Selden Rodkicker boom vang

Facnor LS165 roller furler

Selden GX 25 Code 0 furler (on sail in bag)

(8) Selden turning blocks at base of mast

(2) Harken turning blocks

Harken traveler

Harken jib car track

Stack pack style mainsail cover on boom with lazy jacks

Six halyard exits

Reef lines led aft to cockpit

German style mainsheet lead aft to both helm stations

Jib sheets

Code 0 sheets

Spinlock clutches and cam cleats

(2) Harken 35 2 speed self tailing winches on cabin top

(2) Harken 46 2 speed self tailing winches aft

Harken winch handle

 

Sails

Dacron mainsail (2012 good condition)

Dacron genoa on furler (2012 good condition)

North Sails code 0 in bag in port storage locker (2015 good condition)

 

Deck and Hull

The deck layout of OptiMystic is uncluttered and well designed. All halyards are lead aft and under a cabin top cover to alleviate tripping hazards and prevent sun damage. The foredeck is open and the grippy non-skid provides good traction while walking the decks. The toe rail and double stainless lifelines also contribute to a secure feeling while on deck. Just aft of midships, there is a gate in the lifelines for boarding.

In the cockpit there is teak decking on the cockpit sole, seats and swim platform. The center cockpit table is a great storage area and also provides good handholds. The table leaves fold out of the way so maneuvering around the cockpit isn’t as tight. The sturdy stainless framed canvas dodger shelters the companionway from any spray but allows plenty of visibility through the three clear panels. Also for good visibility, the chart plotter is mounted on the aft side of the table and is easy to see from either of the twin helm stations. The helm stations also have lockers under them for great storage; the starboard side has two 20lb propane bottles and the port side has deep storage for fenders or docklines and also stows the nifty purchase system for lowering the swim platform safely. Once lowered, a nice wide platform offers an exceptional space for dinghy loading and swimming. Another storage feature of this boat is between the helm stations, beneath the deck, is an area for a life raft.

 

Double bow roller

Quick HRC1002 anchor windlass

20kg Bruce anchor

5/8” anchor chain with stainless swivel

Anchor deck hatch

Stainless pulpit

Double stainless lifelines with gate

Stainless stanchions

(6) brushed aluminum cleats

Lewmar deck hatch

(3) Collapsible mast steps

(5) Fenders

Docklines

Stainless dodger frame with handles

Dodger canvas

Teak cockpit decking

Mounted cockpit table with cooler inset

Cabin top winch canvas winch covers

Winch holder pockets

Swim ladder

Stainless twin wheels

Leather wheel covers

Stern pressure wash down

 

Miscellaneous and Safety 

Lifesling

Life ring

Smoke detector

Carbon monoxide detector

Boat hook

Emergency tiller

Magma grill

*The name OptiMystic is reserved by previous owners. New owners are responsible for changing the name and replacing the decals.

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