Mabi Two 

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 54 DS  - Specifications  


Technical specifications

Overall length              16.75 m                      54' 11'' 

Hull length                   16.38 m                       53' 8'' 

Overall Beam               4.87 m                        15' 11'' 

Keel draft                      2,30 m                        7' 6'' 

Displacement              17955 kg                    39584 lbs 

Cabins                               3 + crew cabin

Berths                                6 + 2

Heads                                 4

Fuel capacity                   410  litres                 108 US gal 

Water capacity                930 litres                 246 US gal

Category                            A - no limits

French flag 

Construction 2003, Architect  Vittorio Garroni - J. Farroux

Engine Volvo Penta                100 HP 

Fully batterned main sail, furling genoa (both North Sails - Norlam) , furling storm jib on inner fore-stay, plus furling gennaker.

Sail area of main 50 and genoa  83 mē  - total 1431 sq ft.     


Raymarine Tri-data, two Raymarine GPS plotters C-Map with one in cockpit plus hand-held GPS Geonav Navionics, Raymarine Radar, VHF plus two hand-held, Iridium sat-phone, WeathermanNAVTEX, Raymarine autopilot, bow-thruster, spare Maxprop folding propeller and protector, 3 electric winches, air conditioning, dishwasher, clothes washer, desalinisation plant, generator, holding tank for one head, cd radio, 12 volt Philips flatscreen TV, 12 volt  and 24 volt batteries, inverter for 220 volt use on board, meteo station, hoist for outboard, stern anchor line reel, professional ocean fishing gear, solar panels. Sangean SW radio receiver, being added an SSB receiver Nasa Target HF3/W for meteofax sinoptic chart reception over the radio, Rutland Wind Generator 914i


deck life-lines, two Raymarine personal wrist alarms, pair of CB radio, spare rudder for attachment to spinaker pole,
parachute sea anchor, night-scope, Nikon laser-measurer, geiger counter, wind instrument repeater for nav-station, 220v current analyser, stantion netting for stern cockpit area, headphone jack in cockpit for monitoring VHF broadcasts, grib file weather chart configuration on personal computer, printer, extra 4th reef in mainsail, plus all safety requirements imposed by ARC organisation for Atlantic crossing.

Blue hull, teak deck, spray hood, bimini, gangway, teak cockpit folding table, mast steps, wheel cover, full range of cockpit and deck cushions with covers, including helm seats, bed linen, curtains, sunshades inerior and exterior, mosquito nets, lee cloths.

Why a deck saloon?    The advantages of a deck-saloon layout for the cruising sailboat.


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