It is elegant, functional, spacious: the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 440 Of Helm Yachting It's a superb car for cruising with friends and family. This yacht has 4 double cabins and can accommodate up to 10 guests who wish to sail in spacious luxury without compromising the comfort of her guests.
The fourth cabin is made by dividing the bow section into two doubles. In the 440 there is a forward facing chart table/Nav station is set to port and the galley is towards the bow. The galley itself has a beautiful island with a three burner stove and oven, double sink, freezer and refrigerator. There is an additional under floor wine cooler. 4 double cabins and two large toilets comfortably accommodate 8 people + 2 in the dinette.
To starboard, there is a generous folding dining table with a central bench seat and plenty of space to stow provisions under the seats. The table can also fold down to form an extra double berth for 2 guests, while the filtering light is exceptional, with hull and deck portholes complemented by multiple hatches.
The new "walk around" side deck allows you to pass on either side without interfering with the rudder wheels. And the wheelhouses themselves have forward-facing seats so you can steer without having to twist your body and stretch your neck.
The coamers are now hinged so they can be folded back to create sunbeds on either side. In the case of the starboard pad, it can extend all the way to the cockpit table (with filler cushion). The cockpit table is also slightly offset allowing a straight passage even when one table leaf is open.
The twin wheels, large split backstay and extra large swim platform provide easy boarding and unobstructed access through the companionway.
The engine start panel is incorporated into the center cockpit mold along with the autopilot, steering compass, table/transom, and light controls. Add in Harken electric winches operated right from the cockpit and short-sea sailing is easy, safe and stress-free.
The work of art is completed by the large compass platform that extends up to the surface of the sea.