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Charter a Sun Odyssey 35 from Falmouth in Cornwall

Available for charter from mid-April 2024 to the end of October 2024

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 35 for bareboat charter - based Falmouth in Cornwall


Falmouth, Cornwall


Jeanneau, France


2005 model


35' 3"

Sail area

670 sq ft

Brief details


11' 5"


2-cabin 'owners' version, 6 berths maximum

"Alcyone" is a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 35, a popular mid-sized cruiser, with a particularly spacious and bright interior. This yacht is an 'owners' version with a very large aft double berth, plus another double in the forecabin, and the saloon can also provide another single or double berth if needed. She is MCA coded for category 2 - up to 60 miles offshore and is available for bareboat or skippered charter from Easter to October. Weekly charters are normally Friday to Friday: though other periods can often be arranged.



6' 0"



Yanmar 27 bhp diesel


11,905 lbs / 3,715 lbs

Keel type

Deep fin keel with spade rudder

2023 Charter rate

£2,437 per week including VAT

The Sun Odyssey 35 was designed for Jeanneau by Marc Lombard, and was introduced in 2003. She has a high-volume light-displacement hull, matched to a deep narrow keel with a large trailing ballast bulb and deep spade rudder (This yacht is the deeper-keel version).

She has a fairly large masthead rig with twin spreaders and a baby stay. The traveller and mainsheet are handled on the coachroof winch, keeping the cockpit clear. The mainsail has slab reefing with lazyjacks, and the genoa is on a roller. On this yacht a demountable inner forestay is also fitted to allow use of a storm jib with the genoa furled.

The engine is a Yanmar 27 hp inboard diesel, driving a fixed two-bladed prop on a P-bracket sternshaft. Inventory includes a 2.9M or 3.1M inflatable dinghy and 2.5 or 3.3 hp outboard. The yacht has MCA coding and full safety equipment.

Accommodation plan

The accommodation starts with a double forecabin, with plenty of locker and changing space. The saloon has a U-shaped dinette, the table of which can be extended to port, and which can also be converted to another double berth. To port there is a large heads compartment with separate WC/shower stall, and to starboard, aft of the L-shaped galley, is a very large double berth in the aft cabin


Saloon table
Saloon with table raised and double berth
Saloon aft
Chart table
Instruments at chart table

The heads is separated into WC/shower and washing areas


The galley has a large refrigerated icebox, twin sinks with pressurised hot and cold water,
and a two-burner, grill and oven gas cooker

Aft cabin

The aft double is 6' 5" by 6' 2", and can be slept in either fore and aft or athwartships.

The yacht is MCA coded for charter use, and the inventory includes full instrumentation, with two independent colour chart plotters (at chart table and in the cockpit), DSC VHF and handheld VHF. On deck she has a slab reefing mainsail with lazyjacks, roller genoa, storm jib, and an electric anchor windlass.

She has Eberspacher ducted hot-air heating to all cabins. Apart from the two photos of her sailing in 2019 all the pictures here are of the actual yacht available for bareboat charter taken in April 2021

Under sail

Under sail during
a charter in 2019
- genoa trimmed

badly - leech line
far too tight !

Cockpit aft
Cockpit forward
Ashore March 2020

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