Jeanneau to launch Sun Odyssey 410 at Cannes
Published: Monday, 09 July 2018
Jeanneau has announced its newest addition to the Sun Odyssey line, the Sun Odyssey 410 designed by Marc Lombard and Jean-Marc Piaton.
(Photo: Jeanneau - Sun Odyssey 410 owner's cabin)
The new model has a hard chine running the full length of the hull, an inverted bow for better weight distribution and fine entry, twin rudders with self-aligning bearings, retractable bow thruster for greater manoeuvrability, L-shaped keel and an integrated bowsprit.
The 41-footer also features lower boom and centralised winches.
As for the interior, the saloon – bathed in light – includes a central daybed to ensure comfort at sea and at port. Multiple zones for storage can be found at the well-equipped galley.
In the owner’s cabin, the sailboat offers a spacious parental suite with a head compartment and a separate shower, as well as a walk-in closet. The berths are wide with large rectangular beds.
In the version with one head compartment aft, the forward cabin offers another option to owners, with a private sink and an additional walk-in closet.
The Sun Odyssey 410 is offered in multiple versions with different interior layouts, with two or three cabins.