About Mareda

Mareda is a 2015 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 379. 

Mareda, high and dry on Batz Island, Brittany, France.  

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Boat Specs
Overall length:  11.34 m  /  37’ 2”
Hull length:  10.98 m  /  36’
Length at the waterline:  10.40 m  /  34’ 1”
Beam:  3.76 m  /  12’ 4”
Interior head room: 1.81 – 1.92 m  /  5’ 9” – 6’ 1”
Displacement:  6700 kg  /  14771 lbs
Ballast for swing draft keel: 2313 kg / 5100 lbs
Swing keel draft:  1.10 – 2.25 m  /  3’ 7” – 7’ 4”
Mast height:  13.6 m  /  43’ 6”
Air draft: 17 m  /  54’ 5”
Engine power:  Yanmar 29 HP / 21 kW
3-blade fixed propeller
Sail area:  70 m2  /  754 Sq ft
Navigation Category:  A = all oceans.
Architect: Marc Lombard

Hull and Deck
Hull of hand-laid fibreglass with fibreglass grid, ISO gelcoat and an anti-osmosis barrier coat
Deck constructed using the Prisma Process injection method, cored with balsa
Hull with hard chine (enhances longitudinal stiffness and stability)
Twin helms (redundancy and visibility)
Twin rudders (redundancy, stability, and control)
Drop-down transom
Life-raft well
Cooking gas tank locker
All lines led back to cockpit
Winches x 2 (Harken 40.2 self-tailing) placed in front of helms with unobstructed access for helmsman from either helm
Rooftop winches: port side Harken 40.2 self-tailing, starboard side Harken 35.2 self-tailing
Rigid boom vang
Spinakker fittings
Rigging for asymmetrical spinnaker
Ball-bearing genoa sheeting cars adjustable from the cockpit
Non-adjustable back stay
Mid-ship cleats
Life-line gates
Cockpit table
Cockpit floor and seats in teak
Hot and cold cockpit shower
LED navigation lights, top of mast
Dodger
Bimini
Stern arch with 2 mounted solar panels and davits for dinghy

Electricity and Water
Fuel capacity:  130 L  /  34 US gallons
Alternator: 12V 125 A
Battery power:  1 motor battery = 80 amp / 12V; 4 service park batteries 80 amps / 12V
Shore power: 220V with 40A multi-phase battery charger
Solar panels:  2 x 110W + charging relay
Electricity controller / voltmeter control unit
Water capacity:  1 reservoir 200 L  / 53 US gallons + 1 reservoir 130 L  /  34 US gallons
Holding Tank (black water):  80 L  /  21 US gallons
Hot water tank 25 L (heating via motor heat exchanger and 220V system)

Sails
Mainsail in high-strength Dacron, 3 reefs (2 automatic):  35 m2
Genoa 132% coverage in high-strength Dacron:  35m2
Code D “furling spinnaker” in 1.5 Maxilite with furler FX 1500 Facnor:  65 m2
To be added later:  storm jib that can be yanked on to the FX 1500 Facnor furler (the sail maker assures us this is a manoeuvre that takes less than 5 minutes.)
Lazy bag with integrated lazy jacks

Navigation Electronics and Communication
Multi-function GPS B&G Zeus T72 mounted on a swivel frame on the cockpit table, visible from both helms (charts = Navionics)
2  B&G Triton 41 multi-function displays (one for each helm) showing depth, wind angle, and true and apparent wind speed; depth-speed sensor and masthead wind sensor
B&G AC42 Autopilot
B&G V50 VHF with integrated AIS 
Girouette
Laptop computer with GPS, running MaxSea Time Zero navigation software and OpenCPN
Backup laptop with MaxSea and OpenCPN
IPAD Air 2, GPS integrated, 4G, running MaxSea.

Interior layout and Comfort
2-cabin version with convertible saloon to double berth
Upholstery in Mediterraneo white
Large head with separate full shower
A “shed” aft of the head and open to the cockpit locker for storage
2 burner stove and grill
Double sinks
Vertical door for refrigerator
Shades and mosquito screens for hatches and ports
Radio / MP3 Simrad Sonichub player with BOSE 2.1 Accoustimass 3 speakers in the saloon with waterproof speakers in the cockpit
Sonichub Bluetooth with remote (to control music from cockpit)
Flatscreen TV (220V and 12V)

Anchoring
Double bow roller + tack point reinforcement
Deep anchor locker
Vertical Quick 1000 W electric windlass
Main anchor: Rocna anchor, 15 kg + 40 m of 10mm chain + 40 m of rode 18mm
Light anchor: 12 kg FOB with 10m of 8mm chain and 20m of lead line



See also our post about buying Mareda: Thoroughly Modern Mareda












1 comments:

Astrolabe Sailing said...

Soooo jealous! She sounds amazing.