Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410

April 24, 2020

✯NEW 2020: LIFTING KEEL VERSION!

AN INVITING DECK PLAN
Sailing was never so enjoyable aboard a 41-foot sailboat. With her powerful hull, the Sun Odyssey 410 perfects the art of sailing and comfort on board. The model is particularly secure, featuring sidedecks without obstacles and comfortable coaming.

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410

All is as with her predecessors from the 8th generation, the Sun Odyssey 410 benefits from a lower boom, which facilitates access to the sail and increases the sail area. Centralised winches, which can be controlled directly from the cockpit, also contribute to safety on board.

AN INTERIOR DEDICATED TO WELL-BEING AND HARMONY
The interior is at once surprising and consistent with the Sun Odyssey line, where innovation serves to heighten the aesthetic and the level of comfort. Designed by Jean-Marc Piaton and his crew, the interior design reveals stunning potential for a sailboat of this size.

The partitions and the distribution of space were designed in a somewhat atypical fashion in order to maximise the interior space, both visually and physically. The eye easily follows the uninterrupted interior lines.

The interior is at once surprising and consistent with the Sun Odyssey line, where innovation serves to heighten the aesthetic and the level of comfort. Designed by Jean-Marc Piaton and his crew, the interior design reveals stunning potential for a sailboat of this size.

MULTIPLE INTERIOR LAYOUTS AVAILABLE
The Sun Odyssey 410 is offered in multiple versions with different interior layouts, with two or three cabins. The space can also be configured as a very large workshop.

Check out the review of the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 by Zuzana Prochazka!

Check out the Image gallery of the SUn Odyssey 410 on the Jeanneau website HERE


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