Jeanneau Sun Odyssey
The Jeanneau Sailboats, Sun Odyssey range of yachts are classic, timeless and uncompromising.
Jeanneau Sailboat, Sun Odyssey design has evolved over the years to become the bench mark for production line sailboats. All models are available as a conventional cruiser or as a performance version carrying a taller mast, deeper keel and upgraded rigging. The performance model Jeanneau Sailboat, Sun Odyssey replaces the Sun Fast range of Jeanneau Sailboats, which was an extremely successful performance version of the range. The Jeanneau Sailboat, Sunfast did not offer the same level of comfort afforded to the conventional cruiser. A high level of comfort is now offered throughout the range of Jeanneau Sailboats without compromise. Jeanneau intended this classic yacht to be timeless; a Yacht when seen will be easily distinguished from the rest of the pack. French clique is liberally scattered around every aspect of this range, proving it is s possible to combine comfort and speed and clique.
Jeanneau Sailboats, Sun Odyssey range start at 3oft and move through an impressive range to 50ft.
About the Production of Jeanneau Sailboats.
The Prisma injection process has been used throughout the construction of this range of Jeanneau Sailboats, Sun Odyssey range. They were the first yachts to be fitted with Prisma injection decks. The Prisma injection process is extremely environmentally friendly, reducing the construction foot print of each yacht by a massive 90%. If this was not reason enough for Jeanneau to develop the Prisma process, it was in fact a desire to reduce the manufacturing cost. This had the greatest impact for the Jeanneau Clients. In fact a Jeanneau Sailboat Sun Odyssey is considerably less to buy today than 5 years ago. They are stronger and more precisely built. The deck structures are lighter and stronger so the new Yachts point much better and are stiffer to sail. The Prisma injection process has been quickly expanded throughout the entire production of Jeanneau. Soon manufacturers will need to give up laying fibreglass in the conventional way as it is an environmental disaster and an unacceptable way to build yachts. (PJ/NYB)