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Réjane Rose

The Sun Odyssey 349 lifting keel is the latest in the current contemporary design from Jeanneau.  With pure lines, a spacious interior and an inviting cockpit she is a delight to sail with her twin wheels and twin rudders.

What makes Réjane Rose so interesting is that she is a Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349 with a lifting keel. This is perfect for the shallow waters of the East Coast as it enables you to explore parts that standard keel yachts either cannot reach or are strictly limited on tides. Supplied with drying out legs you really do have a versatile yacht.

Specifications

This is the latest generation of yacht with many unique features from a built in bowsprit to the German main sheet system, previously only found on much larger yachts. Réjane Rose is supplied with a 21HP Yanmar engine ensuring that you can always punch the tide with ease. The Sun Odyssey 349 is a boat that you should see before deciding if you need a larger yacht. Réjane Rose is coded for 8 people, sleeping 6 in 2 cabins and the saloon, to category 2 (60 miles from a safe haven).

We take delivery in March 2018, following which we will create her own video. However, in the interim the ‘Pickle’ video is very similar and is also a lifting keel 349.

Statistics

Length Overall

10.34m

Hull Length

9.97m

Hull Beam

3.44m

Light Displacement (approx)

5,350kg

Draft

1.26 to 2.54m

Lifting keel

Engine

Yanmar 21HP

Fuel Tank Capacity

130L

Water capacity

206 Litres

Berths

6 persons

2 double cabins plus saloon

Heads

One

Sail Area

55.3m²

Asymmetric

No

Dinghy

Yes

with electric outboard

Layout overview

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