VINYASA | Jeanneau 409 | 40ft

Saint Augustine, FL, US

 

VINYASA | Jeanneau 409 | 40ft

$220,000

Saint Augustine, FL, US

About

Best-equipped cruiser in class, desirable 3-cabin layout, all the options plus a host of upgrades – truly turnkey for liveaboard cruising.

Specifications

  • Length: 40ft
  • Beam: 13' 2"
  • Draft: 5' 2"
  • Year: 2014
  • Displacement: 16424.00 lbs
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Engine: (1) Yanmar, 40 hp

SPECS

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 40.50 ft
  • Length Waterline: 36.17 ft
  • Max Draft: 5' 2"
  • Displacement: 16424.00 lb Half Load
  • Ballast Weight Measure: 5445.00 lb
  • Beam Measure: 13' 2"

ENGINE(S)

  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH5E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 40 hp

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (87 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (53 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of double berths: 3
  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2

INTRODUCTION

This YouTube star (see: Sailing VINYASA) is fresh out of a mini yard period and is as turnkey as a cruising boat can be. The sellers have recently added to their ‘fleet’ (family) and as such are changing tacks with their plans. VINYASA is a 2-owner boat (which previously spent New England winters in a shed) and is one of the few 409’s which was ordered with the desirable 3-cabin / 2-head interior layout. The original owner splurged with all the options, and the current owners subsequently spoiled her further with many practical and expensive upgrades to cruise in luxurious comfort and safety. If you’re looking for a boat which is truly equipped and prepared to sail offshore to exotic islands the day of closing then VINYASA is a must-see! At this price she won’t last long on the market, especially given the shortage of available listings in this size/price category.

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*Be sure to check out the video tour linked in the listing, and contact the listing broker for more videos and images

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Notable options, upgrades, and recent work 

  • Rare and desirable 3-cabin / 2-head interior layout (one w/ stall shower) 
  • In-mast furling mainsail and furling jib/headsail 
  • Custom dodger/bimini and full cockpit enclosure (isinglass/mesh window combo) 
  • Dinghy davits and outboard rail mount 
  • NEW Solar panels on bimini and dodger (2022)  
  • Full premium B&G electronics package including AIS  
  • Custom furling Code C (asymmetric spinnaker/reacher sail) for cruising or racing 
  • Running rigging recently replaced and upgraded (2022) 
  • Recent antifouling bottom job (2021) 
  • Topsides hull paint recently buffed and waxed (2022) 
  • XantrexProwatt SW 2000W inverter 
  • Full suite of safety gear including life raft and EPIRB 

MEDIA REVIEWS

Sail-World 

“The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409 has just won the prestigious European Yacht of the Year in the prime category of 'family cruiser'. Eleven sailing journalists from disparate organizations test sailed the contenders, and the winner was announced at the recent Dusseldorf Boat Show, aka BOOT. To win the award it had to beat some other high-flying names to make it to the top spot on the podium - the Bavaria Cruiser 45, the BeneteauOceanis 58, the Comet 26, and the Hanse 445. The panel assesses performance, comfort, construction quality, price-performance ratio, design and unique selling features. 

So what makes her special amongst such competition? This yacht replaces the 39i, of which more than 1,000 were built, so it started from a pretty firm base, and the innovation starts from there. Mostly the changes are smart details, but the biggest departure from the 39i is the fact that the 409 has a hard chine running from about midships aft, fairly high on the topsides. This is meant to give more interior volume in the aft cabin, and extra stability when sailing. Designer Philippe Briand and the Jeanneau design team have given a lot of thought to the cockpit layout. With short-handed sailing growing ever more popular, all the sail handling lines and winches are laid out within easy reach of the person on the helm. This means that the 409 can be easily sailed without by the ever-growing band of cruising couples.” 

 

Cruising World 

“The 409 puts a host of innovative details on a relatively conventional platform—with just one exception. While the hull’s basic dimensions are consistent with a typical modern cruising boat, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409 has a hard chine running from about amidships aft. Having gone many years without seeing a single crease in the hull of a new composite boat, we were surprised in this year’s new-boat fleet to find three, all from Groupe Beneteau. Compared with that of the Beneteau First 30 and the Beneteau Sense 50, the hard chine of the 409 occurs higher in the topsides, where it will confer more interior volume in the aft cabin and extra form stability under sail. 

Immediately noticeable under sail is the refined thinking that Philippe Briand and the Jeanneau Sailboats Design Team have invested in the deck layout. It wasn’t very long ago that BOTY judges were lamenting the way that work stations were scattered all across the cockpits of new boats, from the coamings to the cabin tops, making it difficult to sail shorthanded. No more. On the 409, as well as on many other of this year’s fleet, we were happy to see sail handling lines and winches laid out within easy reach of the helm.” 

 

Sailing Magazine 

“As Steve and I were putting the 409 through its paces, our first observation was how easily the boat was handled by two people. We immediately felt at home on the boat, which is a sign of a great design. It's a small thing, but being able to trim the main from the helm is a big step in making a cruising boat more user-friendly. Hard on the wind we maintained speed inside of 40 degrees apparent. Not surprisingly, the 409 seemed to like reaching best. With winds ranging between 12 to 15 knots, we hit 7.5 knots on a sweet beam reach. Several powerboat wakes gave us the chance to see how the 409 handled a chop, and I was impressed as she sliced through the man-made waves without pounding. She did lose momentum, but then accelerated rapidly.  

The Jeanneau 409 pushes the right buttons. It is comfortable, sails well, and is designed for easy maintenance while using the latest technologies. It is well built, and backed up by the largest part of the largest sailboat manufacturer in the world. And it's affordable. No wonder Jeanneau is selling boats.” 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

  • 12V engine start battery (2022) 
  • 450 Watt solar panel array with 30/75 and 15/75 Victron MPPT Bluetooth controllers (2021) 
  • Victron Energy battery monitor at nav station 
  • 50amp shore power connection 
  • XantrexProwatt SW 2000W inverter 
  • Cristec 12V-60amp battery charger 
  • 12V House battery bank (4); Renogy 100AH Gel (New 2020) 
  • (2) 12V Bow thruster battery bank 
  • Intelligent battery isolator  
  • Quick Nautic Boiler, 10.5 gal hot water tank (heated via 110 Volt OR engine heat exchange loop) 

INTERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS

Notable interior options

  • Indirect LED lighting in salon
  • Folding settee table converts to lounge bed (twin size)
  • Bug netting and sun covers on all overhead deck hatches
  • Sun screens and curtains for all port lights
  • Fans (12V) mounted on bulkheads in salon and in each cabin
  • 12V outlets and 110V outlets located in salon and in each cabin (shore power loop and inverter loop)
  • USB outlets in V-berth

Salon

  • Large open saloon with U-shaped seating area to starboard, wrap-around cushions and storage under seating area
  • Deluxe dinette table that folds in half OR drops down to convert to double berth
  • "Breakfast nook" and lounge seating with chart table between on port
  • Overhead hatches, side port lights, and hull windows provide ample natural light
  • Storage cabinets above seating both port and starboard
  • Companionway with wood steps and non-slip strips
  • Plexiglas companionway door with dedicated storage location
  • Flat screen TV mounted on forward bulkhead

Galley

  • Twin stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water
  • Ample storage above and below counter tops
  • Storage compartment for books and magazines built into the galley façade
  • Top-opening and front-opening refrigerator (12V compressor + cold plate)
  • Eno gimballed propane 3-burner stove and oven
  • Microwave oven
  • Perspex splash guard between galley and salon

Cabins

Fwd. stateroom offers a large V-berth

  • Stowage shelves above berth to port and starboard
  • Oversized deck hatch opens overhead for natural light and ventilation
  • OceanAir hideaway sunshade and bug screen integrated into hatch
  • Hanging locker and storage cabinets to port
  • (2) LED reading lamps
  • Private access to forward head

(2) Identical aft staterooms, one to port and one on starboard

  • Large double berths
  • Hanging lockers and storage shelves outboard
  • Reading lamps
  • Deep cabinet with shelves and hanging rod
  • Portlights in hull, overhead hatch, and side cockpit hatch offer light and ventilation

Heads

  • Forward ensuite head has private access from forward stateroom
  • Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
  • Faucet converts to shower head
  • Jabsco QuietFlush electric flush toilet
  • Mirror on forward bulkhead
  • Storage cabinet on side wall
  • Towel rack and clothes hooks
  • Electric Jabsco gray water sump pump for shower
  • Midships head has access from the salon opposite the galley
  • Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
  • Separate stall shower area with folding splash door
  • Jabsco manual toilet
  • Mirror of aft bulkhead
  • Storage cabinets on side wall
  • Towel rack and clothes hook
  • Electric Jabsco gray water sump pump for shower

ON DECK

Cockpit

  • Twin leather-covered wheels
  • FRP cockpit table with folding leaves, top-opening storage box, secured with stainless steel tubing
  • Cockpit table offers cup holders, stainless steel handrail, courtesy lighting, 12V plug
  • Engine throttle and control panel mounted to stbd.
  • Line lockers under outboard helm seats for lines from the primary winches
  • (2) Lockers underneath bench seats
  • Deep lazarette locker under port aft helm seat
  • Wood inlays on cockpit bench seating, cockpit sole and swim platform
  • Custom Phifertex cockpit cushions with vinyl mesh soles
  • Custom Sunbrella dodger with polycarbonate clear panels with solar panels mounted on top
  • Sunbrella bimini (incl. connector piece to dodger with Isinglass windows and removable Sunbrella sunshade covers) with solar panels mounted on top and side panels (Isinglass/mesh combo)
  • Transom folds down and converts to large swim platform w/ telescopic swim ladder

Sails and Rigging

  • Furling Dacron mainsail (in mast) from Technique Voile
  • 95 performance genoa (roller furling) from Technique Voile
  • RollyTasker Code C asymmetrical spinnaker/reaching sail on Sveggen furler (stowable)
  • Rigid boom vang
  • (2) Harken 46 2-speed, self-tailing primary winches on coamings
  • (2) Harken 40 2-speed, self-tailing secondary winches on cabin top
  • Mainsail outhaul, mainsail furling line, headsail furling line, spin halyard, and boom-lift lines all replaced in 2022
  • Inboard adjustable genoa tracks
  • (8) Spinlock rope clutches on cabin top
  • (3) Spinlock rope clutches at each of the two winch primary winches
  • 2-spreader mast

Deck Hardware and Components

  • Manson supreme 45lb anchor with 100’ 3/8 chain and 200 ft 3/4" rode
  • Spare anchor 60lb plow
  • Solar panels mounted to the bimini & dodger
  • Custom designed full cockpit enclosure (Isinglass/mesh combo) which can be rolled up or stowed away
  • Lifesling overboard rescue system mounted to rail
  • (2) Rail-mounted rod holders
  • Custom cockpit cushions for all seats
  • 50amp shore power plug in
  • (2) Propane tanks: 2lb and 5lb, mounted in self-draining locker
  • Hideaway cockpit shower installed on transom with hot and cold fresh water
  • Fold-down swim platform
  • Magma propane grill mounted on stern rail
  • Quick bow thruster controller pad at stbd. helm
  • Quick electric windlass with remote control at bow
  • LED navigation lights

ELECTRONICS

  • B&G Zeus 2 12” chart plotter mounted on cockpit table (Bluetooth-synced to other instruments and speakers)
  • AIS Vesper Marine XB8000 transponder with Vesper Marine antenna splitter (model SP160) and EPIRB
  • B&G HD mast-mounted radar, connected to chart plotter
  • B&G Triton 2 displays at each helm (speed, depth, wind etc.)
  • B&G linear drive autopilot with a control at stbd. helm and chart plotter
  • B&G H50 wireless handheld VHF marine radio
  • B&G V50 stationary VHF marine radio at nav station

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

  • 10’ Achilles inflatable dinghy (5 passenger rating)
  • Yamaha 6hp, 4-stroke outboard motor
  • EPIRB
  • VikingPro 6 person life raft (Inspection needed)
  • Dock lines and fenders
  • Miscellaneous USCG standard safety equipment (flares, signaling devices etc.)
  • Miscellaneous spare parts

EXCLUSIONS

  • Owner’s personal effects, including clothing, tools, artwork, and other items are NOT included with the sale  

DISCLAIMER
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 

 

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