The Philippe Briand designed Sun Odyssey 409 is not only elegant, but also built for speed. A modern hull with a hard chine and excellent stability makes the Sun Odyssey 409 a pleasure to sail.
White GRP hull with style stripes and cove line. Teak toe rails. White GRP superstructure with moulded non-slip decks. Shoal draft cast iron fin throat. Spade hung rudder. Twin steering wheels. Aft self draining cockpit. Amidships cleats. Teak laid cockpit seating.
six berths in three double sleeping cabins separate from the main accommodation.
Forecabin with large V-berth with stowage under, hanging locker and vanity unit, opening hatch to foredeck and en-suite heads compartment with marine toilet, shower and washbasin.
Chart table to port with electrical panel and instruments.
Galley opposite to starboard with Eno two burner gimballed gas cooker with oven, twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressurised water system (330 litres freshwater capacity), large top opening 12 volt refrigerator and good storage above and below the large work surface...
Twin aft cabins, both with double berths and hanging lockers.
Off white coloured upholstery in saloon and mattresses in cabins
Low level saloon lighting. Shades and screens to hatches and port lights. Curtains to windows.
Engine, electrics, water
Located under the companionway, Yanmar 3JH5CE 40hp, three cylinder, diesel engine with electric start and freshwater cooled via heat exchanger. Saildrive to three bladed fixed propeller. Two bladed folding Flexofold propeller as a spare. 200 litres fuel capacity giving approximately 350 miles range at 6.5 knots cruising speed. Maximum speed under power 8 knots. Engine and gearbox last serviced in April 2014. Approx. 330 engine hours as of August 2014.
Maxpower bowthruster operated from starboard helmet
4 x 12 volt domestic batteries
1 x 12 volt engine batteries
2 x 12 volt bowthruster/windlass batteries forward
Alternator charging to engine
240 volt shorepower with sockets and shorepower lead