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New - a swing keel for the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410

Until now, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey has been known as a keelboat: this innovative sailboat, with its very successful style, offers a new swing keel version! 

New - a swing keel for the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410

Discovered in world premiere in June 2018 on Yachting Art Magazine, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 410 was developed around the performance and the pleasure at sailing, but also comfort!

With a powerful style, the Sun Odyssey 410 stands out on the water: it is certainly a beautiful sailboat, which turns heads. Marc Lombard has signed there a unit that targets the niche yards,  with a hard chine running the full length of the hull, for a more powerful and stable hull, an inverted bow, for fine entry, better weight distribution and a distinctive look, a bow that stands clear of the water, for less drag and greater speed, self-aligning twin rudders, with self-aligning bearings, for an improved feel of the helm...

It is with all the experience of the design cabinet of Marc Lombard that the French shipyard has developed a new swing keel system: it is the only 40-foot cruising sailboat at large scale production equipped with this system, that was until now reserved for race boats!

This innovation enables the boat access to just about anywhere.

Her draught, identical to that of a Class 40, will thrill all those who love performance. Similar to that of a lifting keel, this same draught, at 1.37 meters with the keel lifted, enables the exploration of zones hitherto

Marinas like Chichester are now within a sail’s length, in complete simplicity and with an excellent performance!

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