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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349
$157,000 USD
33ft 11in

“Big Boat in a Small Package: Nevermind the LOA, this lively 34-footer has everything you need in a cruising boat.” – SAIL Magazine

The Marc Lombard designed Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 is truly an impressive boat for her size both in terms of performance and cruising comfort. Papa features the desirable two stateroom layout which accommodates a roomy head and separate shower stall, plus a large “garage” locker, a perfect arrangement for a couple or small family. Below decks, she feels bright and airy as a result of her modern interior finish and ample natural light from large portlights and hull side windows. On deck, once again she lives far larger than her 34 feet, with twin wheels allowing an easy walk through to her fold down swim platform. A long waterline, hard chines, deep fin keel and high aspect rig with fat head mainsail provide exciting sailing performance, with twin rudders giving solid control even in powered up conditions.

Papa features the optional “Performance Pack” and fat head laminate mainsail, Selden bowsprit with furling spinnaker, deep 6’5” keel, Webasto diesel cabin heater, Iversen dodger, B&G electronics, cellular/wifi booster and more.

Name of vessel PAPA
Model Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349
Year 2016
Builder Jeanneau
Designer Marc Lombard
Price $157,000 USD
Location Seattle
Length (feet) 33
Beam (feet) 11' 3"
Draft (feet) 6' 6"
Displacement (pounds) 11,795
Ballast (pounds) 3,483
Engine model Yanmar 3YM20
Engine horsepower 21
Engine hours 390
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 34
Water tank capacity (gallons) 54
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 21

Interior Accommodations

Papa’s interior is the desirable two stateroom layout. This arrangement allows the would-be third cabin space to be dedicated to a large separate shower stall and interior accessed “garage” storage area. She will sleep six in two private cabins and two single berths in the salon.

Her interior has a modern feel with light wood and a liberal use of white overhead and hull panels, nicely accented by charcoal gray upholstery. Large cabin side and hull windows provide lots of light below. There are curtains for all windows and built in Oceanair screens/blinds on the hatches.

The forward cabin features a v-berth with storage below. Double doors close to make this cabin a private space when necessary but otherwise allow an open feel. There is a locker to port and small bench to starboard aft of the berth. Shelves run along the port and starboard hull sides.

The salon is arranged with straight settees to port and starboard and a fixed drop leaf table at the center. There is storage at the center of the table, beneath and outboard of the settees. The aft facing nav station is located at the aft end of the port settee. The VHF radios, stereo and electrical distribution panel are located here.

The galley is to starboard, with an L-shaped counter. There is a single bin stainless sink, large top loading refrigeration compartment and two burner propane stove protected by a stainless crash bar. Lots of storage is available outboard along the hull side in various lockers and in two lockers below the counter. A trash bin is mounted on the locker door below the sink.

The aft cabin features a quarter berth style bed with a shelf running along the hull side. Storage is available in a locker and open cubby forward. There is lots of light in this cabin as a result of the big hatch opening into the cockpit.

One of the highlights of this boat is the head with large separate shower stall. There is a counter with sink and mirror at the forward end. The toilet is aft and outboard. A smoked acrylic door separates the shower stall from the head compartment. The shower head is mounted on a sliding bar in the inboard wall. Outboard, there is an open shelf for storage.

A door through the shower leads into the garage space, a large open storage area that provide ample room for all the toys a cruiser needs. This space can also be accessed via a hatch in the cockpit.

Eno propane two burner stove and oven with stainless crash bar

Fire blanket

12v refrigeration system with deep top loading compartment

Webasto diesel heater

Jabsco manual head

Quick Nauticboiler B3 25 6-gallon hot water heater

Pressure hot and cold water

Hot and cold cockpit shower

Oceanair screens and shades for hatches, blinds for portlights and hull windows


Electronics & Navigation

B&G chartplotter at port helm

B&G autopilot control B&G Triton 41 multifunction display at starboard helm

B&G depth, speed and wind instruments

B&G V50 VHF radio with wireless mic
Weems & Plath barometer

(2) Plastimo compasses at helms

Wirie Pro WiFi/Cellular booster

Fusion stereo with (2) JBL interior speakers and (2) cockpit speakers


Electrical Systems

12 volt DC and 120 volt AC electrical systems

Jeanneau electrical distribution panel with 12v outlet

30 amp shore power with Smartplug inlet and 50’ cord
(2) Excide FP AGM24DP house batteries (2017)


Cristec 40amp battery charger

Balmar Smartguage battery monitor (2017)

SensaTank II water and holding tank level monitor (2018)

Fuel tank level guage

(2) additional 12v outlets at nav station

110v AC outlets throughout cabin


Mechanical Systems

Yanmar 3YM20 21hp diesel engine with shaft drive (390 hours)

Yanmar control panel with tachometer and warning lights
3-blade Max Prop feathering propeller

Single lever throttle/shift control

Lewmar steering system

(2) carbon fiber steering wheels

Electric bilge pump

Manual bilge pump with handle in cockpit


Deck & Hull

Papa’s hull is constructed of solid fiberglass with a fiberglass structural grid. Her deck is cored with end grain balsa. She features the deep fin keel and twin rudders that allow excellent control in all conditions. Her Selden aluminum mast is deck stepped with aft swept spreaders and no backstay, allowing for a fat head mainsail and creating more cockpit space aft. At the bow, her anchor is stored on a stainless roller with the anchor windlass located inside the deck accessed anchor locker. Double lifelines and a composite faux-teak toe rail surround the deck. Floating leads are used for the genoa and mainsail, simplifying the deck layout. A Iverson’s Designs canvas dodger with stainless handrails protects the cockpit. The cockpit seats and sole are covered in teak. Central to the cockpit forward is a drop leaf table. The cockpit is open aft with the twin (carbon fiber) wheel arrangement providing an easy walk through to the fold down transom. The mainsheet and genoa sheets lead to the primary winches near the helm, providing the helmsman immediate access.

15kg stainless steel Bruce anchor

150’ 5/16 HT chain, 150 rode and stainless swivel

Quick low profile anchor windlass with wired remote

Iversen Design dodger with Makrolon glass, handrails and window covers

(6) mooring cleats

Fenders and mooring lines

Fender step

Double lifelines with boarding gates to port and starboard

Large fold down stern platform with swim ladder

Flagstaff and US ensign

Outboard motor lift and mount

Teak cockpit sole

Cockpit table with folding leaves


Sails & Rigging

Selden anodized aluminum two spreader mast and aluminum boom

Selden Rodkicker rigid boom vang

“Performance” square top mainsail in optional X Grid Mylar Taffeta

“Performance” 110 % genoa in optional X Grid Mylar Taffeta

Ullman Sails 165% furling cruising Code 0, Dimension Polyant CZ5 (2016)

Selden CZ continuous furler

Selden retractable bowsprit

“Stack Pack” mainsail cover

Floating genoa leads

Facnor headsail furler

(2) Harken ST35 primary winches (mainsheet and jib sheet) located at helm

(2) Harken ST35 cabin top winches (halyards, reef lines and control lines

Spinlock line stoppers

Dyneema running rigging

Line bags in cockpit


Miscellaneous & Safety

Horseshoe buoy

LIfesling MOB recovery device

Boat hook

Canvas covers for winches, steering wheels, dodger windows


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