Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 41 DS
On deck and underway, this model features easy, responsive sailing for a short-handed crew. The cockpit is perfect for gathering with friends or family, with lounging areas forward and twin helm stations make sailing a joy. This model features the same Philippe Briand hull design as the award-wining Sun Odyssey 409, and she can be fitted with a variety of different sail plans to suit your unique sailing needs. Experience the combined pleasures of exhilarating sailing and relaxed liveability aboard the Sun Odyssey 41DS.
Cruising, living aboard, or entertaining friends you will find functional and aesthetic design in every detail. An innovative galley incorporates space for everything you might need, a lounging sofa transforms into a berth, and a telescopic table converts the saloon into a multi-use space for dining, lounging or sleeping. Large deckhouse windows, numerous hull ports, and no fewer than 10 opening ports and hatches accent the spacious interior. A signature of the design team of Franck Darnet and Olivier Flahault, every interior space features a view of the sea.
Designed for relaxation and comfort, the Jeanneau 41DS delivers the thrill of responsive sailing with 5* luxury throughout the cabin. A spacious owner’s cabin aft features a private head and shower compartment and plenty of storage for life on board, offering owners all the luxury of a 45-foot sailboat. Forward, a VIP guest cabin with private head compartment provides guests with the privacy and comfort of home. Bring the comforts of home with you. Tall hanging lockers for wardrobe flexibility, space for additional refrigeration (or even a wine cooler), and high-quality interior furnishings are additional details that make spending time on board easy and comfortable.
Manoeuvring a yacht of over 12 metres in harbour is stressful for many skippers and their crews, whether family or not. That’s why Jeanneau have taken away the stress and developed 360 Docking, available on the Jeanneau 41DS. Even with a bow thruster, the bulk, the inertia and the sensitivity to windage and tides of these boats makes their handling difficult in the often small and congested ports of the European coasts. These problems can spoil the enjoyment of a lovely sailing trip, as well as put you off the acquisition of a larger model, this no longer needs to be a factor and couldn’t be simpler to control.
|Length overall||:||12.34 m / 40.49′|
|Hull length||:||11.98 m / 39.31′|
|Hull beam||:||3.99 m / 13.09′|
|Light displacement||:||7860 kg / 17292 lbs|
|Standard keel draught||:||2.1 m / 6.89′|
|Fuel capacity||:||200 L / 53 US GAL|
|Water capacity||:||330 L / 87 US GAL|
|Motor||:||Yanmar 40 HP / 29Kw|
|CE Category||:||A7/B8/C10 (en cours – in progress)|
|Designer/s||:||Franck Darnet / Flahault Design – Philippe Briand – Jeanneau Design|
|Total standard sail area||:||66.7 m² / 718 sq ft|