4 ESTRELLAS | Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 DS 49ft

Cabo Rojo, PR

4 ESTRELLAS | Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 49 DS 49ft

US $155,000

Cabo Rojo, PR


George Ottoni





Be sure to check the "Buyers' Q&A" section with updated info.

Back in December, Owner serviced and replaced gear for a safe passage with his family from Fort Lauderdale toThe Dominican Republic. Even a brand new hard bottom dinghy.

This is a VERY VERSATILE boat. You can either have TWO MASSIVE CABINS, with THREE heads, or THREE, or FOUR CABINS. A great feature is that the forward cabin has a His and Hers Heads with Showers. Or you can use one just for showering and keeping the other one dry. Either way, the two heads for the forward cabin are a great comfort.

So, when you visit this boat, what strikes you most is how versatile the layout is.

To stern, you have a very spacious full-beam aft cabin, also with an ensuite head. Now play with dividing walls, and you can transform this boat into a 3 or even a 4 cabin boat! Even in the 4 cabin arrangement, you can sleep 8. Not to mention the dinette can drop and become a berth for 2.

And it has 3 heads to accommodate that crew! For that reason too, it comes with a 10 person life raft.

As a serious bluewater boat, the dinghy is stored on the forward deck.

At the stern, there is a solar panel frame, with support for the outboard motor, and a propane barbecue.

Real teak is found throughout the cockpit and decks.

Complete new set of Raymarine electronics at both helms in 2020!

An older chart plotter is at the navstation down below. Owner uses an iPad as a chartplotter at the helm.

This current owner purchased her in Europe and sailed safely and comfortably with his family, all the way from the Med to the Caribbean, and then up to Fort Lauderdale, followed by many sails to Key West, The Abaco's and The Bahamas. December 2021 she sailed to The Dominican Republic, and then to Puerto Rico. Owner uses the boat as much as possible, keeping all systems functional.

She is TAX PAID, making her "AVAILABLE for Sale to US Residents While in US Waters".

July of 2021 we restored the teak decks, polishing all the chrome, fiberglass deck and hull, and restoring any wear on the inside cabinetry. Check out the photo gallery taken on July 23rd, 2021!

August 2021 we refinished any blemishes to the gelcoat on the deck, addressing any spider cracks or chips that occur on any used boat.

Bottom paint was last done in November 2019.

Check out the video walk-through, and call for a private showing or Live Video Tour.


  • Length: 49ft
  • Builder: Jeanneau / Beneteau Group
  • Beam: 14' 8"
  • Draft: 7' 0"
  • Year: 2006
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Speed: 7.82
  • Status: Active

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  • Builder: Jeanneau / Beneteau Group
  • Designer: Jeanneau Design/Philippe Briand
  • Keel: Bulb Keel


  • Length Overall: 49.17 ft
  • Length Waterline: 42.33 ft ft
  • Max Draft: 7' 0"
  • Ballast Weight Measure: 8267 lb
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 67' 0"
  • Cabin Head room measure: 6' 5"
  • Beam Measure: 14' 8"


  • Total Power: 75
  • Engine Brand: YANMAR
  • Engine Model: 4JH3TE / TURBO
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 4580
  • Engine Power: 75 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 3 (66 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (66 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 3

Sail Area

I : 55.75 ft
J : 18.50 ft
P : 51.58 ft
E : 17.67 ft

Manufacturer Provided Description

Jeanneau presents the signature new model for 2005. The Sun Odyssey 49 DS was conceived using the “Deck Salon” concept of the Sun Odyssey 54 DS. Like her big sister, she adopts the teardrop-shaped windows; a key to the success and something to emulate. Her performance-orientated hull designed by Philippe Briand / Jeanneau Design and the new generation deck line created by Vittorio Garroni ensures the boat is not only elegant but comfortable at sea.

Cockpit Area

Teak cockpit bench seats and floor

Twin bottle gas locker

Two lockers under helm seats, with technical compartment access panels

Floor storage locker with teak grate between helm stations

2 leathered steering wheels and compasses with stainless steel handrail

Vertical mounted engine shift/throttle lever at starboard helm station

Cockpit table with folding leaves, central storage, and glass holder

Stainless steel fiddle and handrail with light on cockpit table

Electronics mounting panel at each helm station and under cockpit table

Twin-door transom gate

Teak transom steps and stern skirt, freshwater deck shower

Stowable swim ladder with teak steps

Saloon Area

Saloon and Lounge:

U-shaped salon to starboard

Battery bank access under seat

Salon table with fiddles and central storage

2 removable table legs for transformation to (optional) double berth

Upper storage lockers, storage under seats

Lounge bench seat to port with bar furnishing

CD/radio in port shelf

Large storage lockers under lounge seats

Teak shelves with fiddles under hull portholes

Optional salon arrangement

Luxury folding salon table with swinging glass holder

Double salon berth (incompatible with luxury table option)

2 lounge chairs

Cabin Layout:3 cabin version + 3 washrooms (aft owner’s cabin – 2 Modular Forward Cabins)


12V alternator

Charge distributor, single entry – twin outlet

Engine start battery

12V service battery park with 3 batteries (+1 optional) 230V shore power with ground fault circuit breaker (optional 12V/60A charger)

1 engine battery switch, 1 service battery switch, 1 general battery switch

12V electrical panel with circuit breakers at nav station

12V ammeter, 12V voltmeter, general amperage consumption gauges 230V source selector switch : dock, NO generator

Two 180 W Solar Panels


Galley to starboard on slightly lower level

Resin countertop combining: icebox and dish drain panels, folding stove cover, 2 removable sink covers

2-burner stove/oven

230 liter top-loading icebox with shelves and storage bins

Storage cupboard with door-mounted trashbin and shelves

Seawater/freshwater foot pump with faucet

Upper lockers for (optional) microwave, dishware, and storage

Cutlery drawer

Glass salon/galley divider

Mixer tap

Leathered handrail

Floorboard with access panels to storage areas

Stove fan and exhaust

Galley options: Front-loading icebox

Engine Room

Mounted on fiberglass chassis with integral engine pan and ventilation circuit

Soundproof insulation with protective surface and finished edges

Inspection panels for filters at foot of companionway

Access to engine and genset thruhulls in cabin passageway

Structurally attached metal shaft strut and fiberglass shaft tube

Stainless steel prop shaft d.35 mm, dripless stuffing box, fixed 3-blade propeller

Engine compartment blower

Water separator filter


Reinforced Kevlar Keels:

DEEP DRAFT : cast iron keel: 2.15 m – 3,750 kg (7.05 feet – 8,267 lbs)

Epoxy surface treatment

Luxury Items

Luxury hardware : Dorades, compass mount, nav lights, Teak deck, Classic wide dodger Classic bimini Cockpit cushions, Steering wheel covers, cockpit table, Hot and cold water deck shower.

Navstation Area

Main electrical panel, access to connections

Large side storage locker and under the floor

Big lifting cover, chart table storage

Room for radar/chart plotters

Curved nav seat with storage or room for (optional) washing machine

Mast & rigging

Anodized aluminum furling mast

Twin spreaders

Discontinuous cable rigging

Twin backstay

Profurl above-deck genoa furler

Rigid boom vang

All halyards lead back to cockpit via SPINLOCK blockers

Harken halyard blocks at mast base

Deck projector

Boom topping lift, mainsail halyard, genoa halyard

Mainsail and genoa sheets

Flag halyard block padeyes

Furling mainsail

Furling genoa with luff shaper

Rigging options

Classic mast

Spinnaker pole and gear


Hot and cold pressure water system with semi-rigid plastic water hose

Water pressure pump

40 liter hot water heater

Rotomolded plastic freshwater tanks under berths with separate fills and vents

Chrome faucets with shower heads in washrooms

Water tank meter

Showers with separate electric shower drain pumps with on/off switch

Answers to Buyers’ Q&A

Here is a compilation of questions and answers in one spot for everyone’s convenience:

1. Age of the sails
Original. Lightly used and in very good condition. New UV cover on Genoa in 2022.
2. Is there a spinnaker
3. Age of the standing rigging
Original. Full Rigging Inspection in 2015. New Morseman turnbuckles on both backstays in 2021.
4. Age of running rigging
Replaced in 2017. Very lightly used given Covid years in storage.
5. Size and make of anchor
Delta Plow anchor in the photo, plus a spare anchor.
6. Length of anchor chain
60 meters (~200 ft) of new chain in 2019.
7. spare anchors?
Yes, but can’t recall name in English.
8. House battery bank capacity in Ahs
Not sure, but they are top of the line AGM batteries in 2020.
9. Battery age
2 years old
10. Battery type (AGM?)
11. Is there an inverter?
Yes. 220 V – Wattage to be confirmed when owner arrives at boat on July 8th.
12. Age of liferaft?
Recertiffied in 2019, but should be replaced.

13. VAT paid? The VAT expires after a 3 year absence from Europe.

14. How many owners. Current owner is second only owner. Purchased in Spain in 2011


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


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