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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

While this cruiser/racer is in many ways a typical french euro-bateau, some aspects of its construction are superior to what parent company beneteau is doing in its boats..

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A relative newcomer with a sporadic history in the American marketplace, Jeanneau was founded in France in 1956 by Henri Jeanneau, whose primary emphasis was building powerful motorboats. It did not begin producing sailboats until well into its second decade of operation.

Like many builders of that generation, Jeanneau in the 1980s became something of an industry orphan. Sold first to Bangor Punta, which also owned Cal and O’Day, it was re-sold to Chatellier Industrie, and later, in 1995, to the Beneteau Group.

Though operating under the same corporate umbrella, Beneteau and Jeanneau have retained their individual identities, like General Motors products, though they share technology and efficiencies in the purchase of raw materials.

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

Jeanneau currently builds 4,000 boats annually at its plant in Les Herbier, France, of which 1,200 are sailboats ranging in size from 17′-52′. The Sun Odyssey line is aimed at cruisers, the Sun Fast line at performance-oriented sailors. But the Sun Odysseys, including the 37 reviewed here, are hardly traditional cruisers, what with their fin keels, spade rudders and light displacement. Then again, we’re talking coastal cruising, not serious bluewater passagemaking.

Mainstream is where the sales are, and the Beneteau-Jeanneau combination is the largest sailboat manufacturer in the world, reporting gross sales of more than $300 million annually.

Design Like its predecessor, the Sun Odyssey 36.2, the new 37 was designed by Jacques Fauroux and the Jeanneau design team using CAD-CAM tools. While the 37 is longer, it has 4″ less beam, and carries about 15% more sail area. The 37’s lines are characterized by an almost flat sheer, low profile cabintop that slopes gently forward and arthwartship, short bow and stern overhangs and a reverse transom.

With its emphasis on the cruiser market the SA/D (sail area/displacement ratio) is only 15.56, a function of a moderate sailplan that carries only 315 sq. ft. in the main, and 414 sq. ft. in a 130% genoa.

The displacement-length ratio is a fairly light 188 and the length-beam ratio is 3.08, which means she’s beamy and relatively flat-bottomed. This suggests considerable initial stability, and a boat that likes to be sailed as level as possible.

No PHRF handicap has been established for the 37 as of this writing because the boat is too new.

Construction In the mid-1990s Jeanneau became the first French boatbuilder to receive European ISO 9000 certification, a standard that documents each step of the production process and assures purchasers that each boat meets a specific production standard.

The 37’s hull, according to Paul Fenn, president of Jeanneau North America, is solid, hand-laid fiberglass with Kevlar reinforcements in high-load areas surrounding the keel and mast step. Vinylester resin is used in the outer plies of the laminate to help prevent blistering.

The boat is built without molded interior liners. To provide stiffness, there is a grid of longitudinal hardwood stringers and floors encapsulated in fiberglass and glassed to the hull. This also makes a framework for the sole, floorboards and cabinetry. Bulkheads are bonded to the hull in channels and secured with Sikaflex.

In a departure from the 36.2, the headliner is glued to the underside of the deck and is not removable. Except for wiring for halogen ceiling lights, however, we found wiring and plumbing runs accessible behind interior cabinetry and beneath floorboards.

The hull/deck joint consists of an inward-facing flange at the top of the hull that is glued to the deck with Sikaflex. Then the toerail is mounted over the deck and screwed in place, strengthening the joint and hiding the seam. We prefer the combination of bolts, nuts and washers employed on the 36.2.

The deck is laid up with fiberglass cloth and cored with balsa, except in high-load areas, which are solid fiberglass.

Two keels are available in North America—a deep fin with a 6′ 4″ draft, or a heavier shoal draft version that draws 4′ 9″. Both have bulbs at their tips. Ballast is iron, which is not as good as lead because it is less dense and difficult to keep from rusting. The factory-applied epoxy coating should be diligently monitored and maintained.

The rudder is tall and narrow, typical of today’s performance boats, and made of fiberglass with a stainless steel stock. The rudder shaft is adjusted by two self-aligning bearings.

The engine beds are hardwood/fiberglass stringers into which the engine is secured with lag bolts. A molded pan underneath the engine prevents oil spills from flowing into the bilge.

Standard equipment includes a fuel/water separator, raw water filter, anti-siphon valve and maintenance-free stuffing box.

Jeanneau’s warranty is five years on the hull and deck.

Deck Layout The mast, boom and deck hardware are supplied by a diverse group of American and European manufacturers. The double-spreader rig is by Z-Diffusion. The spreaders are swept aft 21°. Tracks by Amiot for headsail sheeting are located well inboard, along the cabin, which should help windward performance.

The single upper and single lower shrouds are led to a single stainless steel deck plate; rigging loads are transferred to the hull via stainless steel rods through-bolted to wood structures glassed to the hull. Standing rigging is 1 x 19 wire.

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

The split backstay is essentially non-adjustable. One could rig a pair of blocks and tackle to squeeze the stays together, which would rake the masthead aft and tension the forestay. But this boat is a bit big for this small boat trick. The purpose of the split backstay, of course, is egress from the swim platform to the cockpit.

Walkways forward are 17″ wide. The double lifelines are 25″ high. Additional handholds are 68″ teak rails running from the companionway to the shrouds.

A 2″ high anodized aluminum toerail provides additional security. However, we’re puzzled that it is not perforated, a feature that allows you to shackle snatch blocks for varied sheeting angles, and quickly drains water overboard. Jeanneau’s solid toerail must be more for style.

The bow pulpit is 28″ high and is cleverly designed so as not to be in the way when hoisting anchor. Aiding in this matter, the Profurl furling drum is 26″ above the deck, so is also out of the way of anchor and rode coming aboard.

The stainless steel stem fitting has double bow rollers, and there is a deck-mounted Lofrans windlass that one could consider relocating to the 37″ deep by 30″ long anchor well, just to clear the foredeck.

The steering system is by French-maker Goiot Innovations; the pedestal is bulkier than we’re used to seeing, perhaps a reflection of a marketplace gone gaga over instruments. Our test boat was equipped with a 36″-diameter stainless steel destroyer-type wheel; a larger diameter wheel would make it easier to steer from the rail. An optional folding table mounts on the front of the pedestal.

Considering its 35′ length on deck, the Sun Odyssey 37 has an enormous cockpit, especially with the table down. Seats on each side are 74″ long, 16″ wide, with 12″ backrests, except in stern quarters where backrests are only 7″ tall. The seats are covered with teak and the backrests angled outboard, which provide excellent lumbar support. A teak strip on the centerline of the cockpit sole provides a footrest when heeled. This is very important on today’s beamy boats where the opposite seats are too far away to reach with your feet.

Running rigging lines lead aft through turning blocks to Spinlock XA and XT sheetstoppers mounted atop the coachroof. Winches are Harken two-speed, self-tailing 32s; primary genoa winches are Harken 44s.

Those who think it is impossible to have too much space in cockpit lockers will relish this cockpit. The 44″ deep x 57″ long (at its shortest point) x 42″ inches wide port lazarette is nearly large enough to serve as a berth; it is handy for storage of an inflatable raft or sails.

The emergency tiller stows in a second area, 25″ x 48″. A third slightly smaller area will take hatchboards and smaller items.

Propane tanks are located in the port corner and vented overboard per ABYC standards.

A unique touch is that the helmsman’s seat accesses the swim platform by folding downward until it is flush with the deck; we think that’s an improvement over seats that tilt upward, which may require a crew to move, or may unexpectedly close.

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

The three-rung, stainless swim ladder is permanently attached to the swim platform and secured by bungee cords; it extends 20″ below the water’s surface, but would benefit from a handle for reentry to the boat. The swim platform is 15″ long, 60″ wide, and is equipped with a handheld shower.

Accommodations Two interiors are offered, a three-cabin model popular in Europe with charter operators, and the two-cabin version we tested.

The two-stateroom model has a double berth in the starboard quarter and a head to port, both of which are larger than those in the three-cabin version, which has mirror-image staterooms aft. The skipper’s stateroom in the bow is identical in each model.

There is no bridgedeck. Stepping over the 12″ companionway sill and down 14″ to the ladder takes some getting used to. The four curved wood steps are covered with nonskid tape and there are handrails to each side of the companionway. A finger rail running the length of the saloon adds a good handhold.

Headroom is 6′ 3″.

We are impressed with dramatic improvements in the fit and finish of cabinetry and wood surfaces.

Jeanneau has historically purchased, dried and milled its own lumber. Fenn told us that the company recently invested more than $1 million to purchase machinery that sands, seals, dries every piece of wood on the boat, then applies three uniform coats of varnish. Wood components are then cut to close tolerances by computerized saws; edges are finished by hand.

The cabinetry on the boat we inspected reflected close attention to detail with smooth, well-finished surfaces and tight joinery.

There are Goiot hatches over the saloon and forward stateroom, and four portlights on each side of the cabin.

The starboard stateroom has 6′ 4″ headroom, a rectangular 84″ x 81″ berth, a 17″-wide hanging closet and 12″-wide storage compartment. Two 11″ x 4″ ports in the hull and an opening port in the cockpit footwell supplement ventilation.

Most of the space below the berth is designated for plumbing and wiring, battery storage, and a fuel tank. An inspection port for the stainless steel tank is precut in the storage cover.

The L-shaped galley is forward of the stateroom in a space uniquely defined by a 50″ long piece of custom glass 9″ high running along the forward edge of the counter, a nice accent. Otherwise, the galley is rather ordinary, but large enough to be functional. It is equipped with a 40-gallon ice box with 12-volt refrigeration and Force 10 four-burner stove with oven.

The head and nav station are located opposite the galley.

The spacious head has two compartments separated by a Plexiglas® partition. The 28″ x 37″ shower compartment is aft. The toilet is by Jabsco.

The nav station has been repositioned to face forward, overcoming an objection we had to the 36.2. Cabinets and shelves provide space for radar, VHF, stereo, GPS and chartplotter, and books, binoculars and other tools.

In the saloon, the C-shaped dinette seats four adults. The mast compression post, located at the forward end of the table, is well camouflaged with a gray leatherlike material. The settee converts to a 74″ x 48″ berth.

A second settee to port measures 65″ x 24″.

Forward, the master stateroom berth measures 85″ wide at the head and 81″ long. The 85-gallon water tank is located underneath. Reading lights, a port overhead and shiny gelcoat surfaces provide and reflect light.

Performance Our test was arranged by Don Durant, president of Cruising Specialists in Alameda, California, a longtime Jeanneau dealer who also places them in a charter fleet.

He handed us the keys to the engine, gave directions to San Francisco Bay, and sent us on a singlehanded excursion.

The 27-hp. Yanmar diesel outfitted with a two-blade fixed propeller powered the boat in smooth water at 5-6 knots.

The Sun Odyssey 37 turns easily within a boat length and, more importantly, backs in a straight line, as we discovered when forced to back into a space between two anchored boats.

Because we were singlehanding, we appreciated the optional in-mast mainsail furler, and standard headsail furler. Both sails were flying within 30 seconds of reaching the sailing grounds, assisted by a pedestal lock that held the boat on a straight course.

Sailing in 5-11 knots of wind, we managed to sail closehauled at 4.5-5.3 knots. The helm is very responsive and the boat accelerates quickly out of a tack. The 37 sails to within 35°-40° of apparent wind and the compass indicated she tacks through 85°-90°.

We reached similar speeds on a close reach and discovered that she’ll bury her shoulder and sprint forward at 120° of apparent wind.

However, we think the boat is capable of significantly better performance. Our test boat was even more undercanvassed than the standard rig; the in-mast mainsail furler necessarily results in a small, roachless mainsail, and the genoa furler was tacked 26″ above the deck.

We’d prefer to pile on the sail and reef when necessary; we would especially like to sail this boat fully crewed with a spinnaker in steady 20 knot breezes.

Movement about the cockpit was effortless; we moved in two steps from the wheel to winches and sail controls on the cabintop. Genoa sheets were within reach from the wheel.

Conclusion The Sun Odyssey 37 is manufactured to exacting standards by a major builder supported by an extensive dealer network, North American service department, and five-year warranty.

She’ll provide casual cruisers with performance equivalent to her major competitors, and will reward an investment in quality sails and good crew work with more exciting sailing.

She’s equipped with deck hardware that is well organized and easy to manage from the helm, though we’d consider a larger wheel. In the years to come, replacement of some foreign hardware may be difficult.

Our preference is the two-cabin arrangement, which provides berths for six adults and has a more spacious head.

The nav station is larger than those found on similarly sized boats. The galley is compact but functionally adequate. There’s storage space throughout the boat, including hanging lockers large enough for dry and foul weather gear.

Engine power is adequate for most coastal sailors. Cruisers may want to consider the addition of an optional water tank located in the aft stateroom.

The Sun Odyssey 37 seems reasonably priced at $115,000 FOB the East Coast. Expect to add $10,000-$15,000 for instruments and options. For comparison, the Dufour 36 starts at $141,000, the Tartan 3700 at $186,000, and the Beneteau 361 at $110,000.

Contact- Jeanneau North America, 105 Eastern Avenue, Annapolis, MD, 21403; 410/280-9400; www.jeanneau.com.

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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 review: from the archive

Matthew Sheahan

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Matthew Sheahan investigates a new mid-range cruiser, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37, to find out what you get for your mone

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Easy to handle, practical - and pretty - the Jeanneau will fill the bill for most people's family cruising. Credit: Yachting World

Product Overview

Manufacturer:.

Jeanneau are on a roll at the moment. Over the past few years they’ve avoided the bright lights and excitement of fancy racing machines and radical cruising designs in favour of more modest, subtle cruisers and their latest, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 is once again in this mould.

The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 40 is a good example of this concept too. This is a boat that not only sails well and is comfortable above and below decks but actually looks good, too.

It’s easy to dismiss this last point but as far as I’m concerned there are far too many ugly ducklings out there and the 40’s new sister is not one of them.

A cracker from the start, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 has inherited the same sleek lines in profile as her bigger sister and that puts her 15-love up immediately.

Looks count for lots in my book, especially when you’re spending as much money as you might on a house.

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Of course safe practical boats are very important but the fact is that it is difficult to walk away from a family cruiser this attractive. Difficult but not impossible. She does have her weaknesses.

Designed by Jacques Faroux, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 has been created to cater for a wide range of uses, from short-handed family sailing to fully loaded charter work.

As a ‘one size fits all’ type of boat, her brief is bound to lead to corn promises. Take the cockpit, for instance. Open, spacious, comfortable and convivial to seat six for an alfresco lunch at anchor. But under sail those with legs any shorter than Naomi Campbell’s will be struggling to stop themselves from sliding to leeward as the scats are set too far apart, with only a small teak strip on the cockpit floor to act as a foot brace.

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Then there’s the old chestnut of handling the mainsheet from behind the wheel, (or rather not being able to), as well as a mainsheet traveller so far forward and so short that you wonder why it’s there at all.

There are a few cheap-looking shackles and light-looking fittings, too, making you wish a few more Euros had been spent just to lift the final quality of the boat’s basic spec.

But at the end of the day criticisms like these are just niggles because the rest of the boat is well thought out. Simple, comfortable and, in the main, practical for the usage she’s likely to get.

Accommodation and construction

Below decks the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 once again apes the style or the 40, with a large galley to starboard and a small face-to-face type navigation table to port.

The layout as a whole is typical of Jeanneau ‘s current approach which is to put greater emphasis on space and comfort than on the practical aspects of long periods at sea.

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The ample seating to starboard and large bench-type settee to port, with little in between to clutter the space, is just one example of the simplicity of a layout that allows her accommodation to breathe.

The spacious and simple double cabin forward and the layout of the head continued the trend and only the slightly cramped after cabin contradicts the impression of spacious living.

In the case of the head aboard the two-cabin layout, the arrangement benefits from having a single, larger than normal, combined head and shower arrangement where the shower area and wet hanging space is divided off from the head itself with a smart perspex tinted door.

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The layout and proportions of the head reflect a style more commonly seen in a Holiday Inn than aboard a 30-something production cruiser, but the change is a welcome one.

Interestingly, the style throughout the rest of the interior is considerably less adventurous and rather reflects a careful balance between efficiency and cosiness.

Deep behind the Velcro-hung cushions and roughly varnished locker lids, the basic structure looks well put together and chunky, leaving little to worry about on the structural side.

The construction falls in line with Jeanneau’s normal build system with a solid laminate hull and conventionally laminated longitudinals and transverse members giving her both the appearance and credentials of a robust cruiser.

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Closer to the surface, although still normally out of sight, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 was less well finished, with rough edges to some or the joinery and a varnish finish that felt a touch on the thin side.

Overall she’s still perfectly acceptable but will need to be looked after if she’s to maintain her looks for years to come.

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Under way

Slipping out of even the tightest of berths should present few problems aboard the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37.

Her 40hp saildrive engine (27hp is standard) may not provide the kind or propwalk that can be used to crank you out of a tight corner but she’s still easily manageable, especially with her fixed prop.

Once under way she turns tightly, stops quickly and goes astern as easily as she goes ahead.

Under sail she’s just as well behaved. albeit subject to my usual round of reservations about not being able to handle the mainsheet from behind the wheel.

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The masthead rig means that there is a large overlapping headsail to handle, which also means that someone in the crew is bound to get some upper body exercise as soon as the boat goes up­wind.

Once wound up onto the breeze during our test, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 bowled along at around 5.8 knots in 12-14 true and a flat sea.

She felt pleasantly slippery, accelerating to slight increases in breeze but without ever feeling like she was about to misbehave.

Her wheel was large enough to provide good visibility forward and her gear ratio felt spot on. giving good feel through the helm.

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Where l believe she could be improved is in the ability to change gear as the breeze comes up.

An adjustable back stay tensioner and a set of genoa car pullers are just two extras l’d want fitted to give me a bit more flexibility as the breeze fluctuates. It may sound too racy for cruising, but who actually likes putting reefs in? Changing gear with just these two controls is often enough.

First published in the June 2000 issue of Yachting World.

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Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 is a 37 ′ 5 ″ / 11.4 m monohull sailboat designed by Jacques Fauroux and built by Jeanneau starting in 1998.

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Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

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This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

Also sold as the MOORINGS 37. Popular in the charter trade with a number of different variations and model names. This was one the most successful basic hull designs from Jeanneau. Another, more performance oriented version, is the SUN FAST 37.

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Sail area / displ. 15.13
Ballast / displ. 31.41 %
Displ. / length 197.72
Comfort ratio 23.71
Capsize 2
Hull type Monohull fin keel with bulb and spade rudder
Construction Fiberglass
Waterline length 31.75 ft
Maximum draft 6.33 ft
Displacement 14175 lbs
Ballast 4453 lbs
Hull speed 7.55 knots

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Sail area (100%) 552 sq.ft
Air draft 51.50 ft
Sail area fore 280.55 sq.ft
Sail area main 271.52 sq.ft
I 44.78 ft
J 12.53 ft
P 39.04 ft
E 13.91 ft
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Total power 29 HP
Fuel capacity 30 gals

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Released in 1999 as a replacement for the popular Sun Odyssey 36.3, the Sun Odyssey 37 is a performance-oriented cruiser that is ideal for families and groups of up to 8 guests. Jacque Fauroux and the Jeanneau team upgraded from the 36.3 model to the 37 through the use of innovative design and manufacturing technology. 

Specifications Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

Boat type : Sailboat
Draft : 1.98m
Length : 11m
Onboard capacity : 10
Engine type : Outboard
Engine power : 40ch
Width : 2.6m
Number of cabins : 3 / 4
Number of berths : 4 / 10
Number of bathrooms : 2

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This sailboat measures 11.4 meters (37’) in length, and offers 15% more sail area than that of the former 36.3 model. The Sun Odyssey 37 has a three-cabin model as well as a two-cabin model. Both models have one bathroom, yet the two-cabin model offers a separate shower stall.

The Sun Odyssey 37 boasts a striking and spacious interior with a high level of finish and ample storage space. The interior is completed with several small features that significantly enhance livability, such as its warm halogen lighting and large navigation station. The exterior, on the other hand, is made notable by Jeanneau’s iconic and intricate non-skid surfaces and Faroux’s stunning smooth roof design.

More than 20 years since the model's original launch, the Sun Odyssey 37 is a trusted classic that offers spacious accommodation without compromising any aspect of its performance. This perfect family cruiser is ideal to set sail Split, Sardinia, or perhaps Saint Martin!

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2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

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2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Sailboat For Sale - San Diego

Ms. Knots is a clean example of one of the more popular and better reviewed models from the Jeanneau line of midsized cabin cruisers in the turn of this century. With clean lines, airy interior, and simple rig, she's an ideal candidate for any family. Some attractive features of this specific boat include...

  • Electric Head
  • Raytheon Autopilot
  • Newer Mainsail
  • Newer Windows

Although designed as a performance oriented cruiser, the 37 Sun Odyssey is surprisingly spacious. Her coach roof rises from the deck with a modern feel and fashion, creating over 6 feet of headroom below. On deck, her sugar scoop transom and wide cockpit set the stage for afternoons at anchor with feet in the water, cocktail in hand. The cockpit seating is covered in teak which adds to her looks and safety. 

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Dimensions & weight, tank capacities, accommodations.

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2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder/designer.

Designer: J. Fauroux - Jeanneau Design Team
LOA: 37 ft 4 in LWL: 31 ft 9 in Beam: 12 ft 1 in
Max Draft: 6 ft 4 in Cabin Headroom: 6 ft 3 in Dry Weight: 13448 lb
Ballast: 4057 lb Displacement: 13448 lb Windlass: Electric Windlass
Number of double berths: 2 Number of Cabins: 2 Number of Heads: 1
Engine Make: Yanmar Engine Model: 3GM30F Primary Engines: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive Location: Center Hours: 660
Power: 27 hp
Fuel Tanks Capacity: 30 gal Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 70 gal Holding Tank Capacity: 20 gal

Manufacturer Provided Description

  • TWO Harken Two Speed Size 32 Winches
  • TWO Harken Two Speed Size 44 Winches
  • Amiot Traveler
  • Profurl Jib Furler

Instruments

  • Garmin GPSmap 172c
  • Garmin GPS12 Handheld GPS
  • Raytheon ST4000+ Autopilot
  • Raytheon ST60 Wind Direction and Speed
  • Raytheon ST60 TriData
  • Plastimo Horizon 135 Compass
  • Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF
  • Force10 4-Burner Stove and Oven
  • Frigomatic Refrigerated Ice Box
  • 2 Basin Stainless Steel Sink
  • Hot and Cold Water

Entertainment

  • JVC KDSX 650 40W Stereo
  • Philips Speakers
  • Mounted Flatscreen Toshiba TV+DVD Player
  • Bemis Electric Head
  • Retractable Shower Nozzle
  • Stainless Steel Sink
  • Mirror with Storage
  • 2 Lifeline Batteries
  • Heart Interface Battery Status Monitor 

Windlass and Anchor

  • Lofrans Electric Windlass
  • 20KG Bruce Anchor

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  • Approximately 7 years

WHY ARE THEY SELLING?

  • No longer sailing or living aboard. 

HOW OLD IS THE STANDING AND RUNNING RIGGING?

  • Both are likely original. 

DOES THE OWNER HAVE SERVICE RECORDS FROM THEIR OWNERSHIP?

LAST BOTTOM PAINT?

WHAT UPGRADES OR IMPROVEMENTS HAVE BEEN MADE?

  • Hot Water Heater
  • Refrigerator compressor
  • Propane Tanks

HOW OLD ARE THE SAILS?

  • Mainsail replaced in 2017, Jib is likely original. 

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odyssey 37 sailboat

odyssey 37 sailboat

Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

There's a lot of boat for the buck in this newest French cruiser

The new Sun Odyssey 37 by Jeanneau just may be the best buy at this year's round of boat shows. Designed by Jacque Fauroux, the 37 debuted in July 1999 and replaced the popular Sun Odyssey 36.2.

If you needed proof that the merger of Jeanneau and Beneteau is working, look no further than this handsome sloop. Built in France to Jeanneau's time-honed construction standards, the 37 Sun Odyssey is a performance-oriented cruiser with spacious accommodations. And it has one feature that is especially appealing: a sail-away price that few builders can match. Even if the companies were completely independent operations, Jeanneau and Beneteau would still be the two largest sailboat manufacturers in the world today.

It wasn't always like that. While Beneteau's humble beginnings have been well-documented, Jeanneau's founding 44 years ago in Les Herbiers, France, was equally modest. Jeanneau originally built small runabouts, but by the early '70s it had begun building production sailboats.

Like many builders of the period, Jeanneau was swallowed up by the long reach of Bangor Punta, the American conglomerate, which at one time was the largest sailboat builder in the world. Eventually, however, Bangor Punta soured on the boat business and Jeanneau was sold to Chetellier Industries. Although Jeanneau's product line maintained a high level of quality throughout the ownership shuffles, the company was foundering in a tough market before Beneteau stepped in and rescued its former chief competitor in 1995. It is nice to report that today the Jeanneau sailboat division is alive and well, building boats from 17 to 52 feet.

All aboard I recently test sailed the Sun Odyssey 37 on a clear, light-wind day on Chesapeake Bay. At first glance, the profile view of the 37 looks a lot like other modern production boats-minimal overhangs and a reverse transom, a generous beam carried well aft, a flat sheerline and a racy sloping cabintrunk. As you climb aboard, however, you quickly notice many fine details.

Designer Fauroux is especially proud of the "smooth-roof" design, with recessed portlights and clean aft leads for all sail controls. Jeanneau has always done some of the best fiberglass work in the industry, and the blend of compound curves and straight lines makes a beautiful transition from the drawing board to tools and finally to the seagoing deck.

Below the water, the Sun Odyssey features a shallow forefoot and overall flat sections. There isn't much of a bilge, and the 37 will want to be sailed on its lines. It will be fast on most points of sail, but may pound a bit upwind in a chop. Two keel configurations are offered. The standard deep-fin keel is epoxy-coated iron, with a draft of 6 feet, 4 inches. The shoal model has a draft of 4 feet, 9 inches and carries about 10 percent more ballast for a 33-percent balance-to-displacement ratio.

The shoal-draft model is more popular in North America, where many of our best cruising grounds include thin-water sailing. The balanced rudder is fiberglass, and the stock is solid stainless steel. There are two self-aligning rudder bearings. The hull of the Sun Odyssey 37 is solid fiberglass and laid-up by hand, with Kevlar for added strength and resistance in high-load areas.

Full-length longitudinal stringers stiffen the hull. I am often surprised more builders don't use full-length stringers: They are clearly more effective than partial stringers, although they are more time consuming to build around.

The hull is supported athwartships by a grid system of floors. The deck is balsa-cored, and the mast is deck-stepped. The cockpit of the Sun Odyssey 37 is typically huge, well-thought-out and quite comfortable. However, a short helmsperson needs to stand to see around the husky, functional pedestal, which seems more like the console in an open fishing boat than something you'd find on a sailboat. In its favor, it includes a convenient location for mounting instruments and a fiberglass fold-out table. The aft coaming is flattened, providing an ideal position for steering.

The cockpit seats and sole are covered with teak, which not only looks nice but also provides secure footing. The seat backs are angled for good lumbar support, and there are two large lockers, with dedicated storage for the life raft to starboard. There is even an adequate bridgedeck, which is a welcome feature on new boats.

Access to the transom step is through a removable helmsman's seat. A fold-down ladder and hot-and-cold freshwater shower are standard.

Deck duty As a delivery skipper, I appreciate the differences in nonskid surfaces. Overall, molded nonskids are rarely as effective as painted or externally applied surfaces, except in the case of Jeanneau. Its intricate molded nonskid pattern is superb.

The sail-away package is quite complete, so there are few options available. Interestingly, one of the options is the choice of teak side decks, which look nice but add a level of maintenance most of us can do without. The Sun Odyssey 37 has an aluminum toerail without any attachment points for securing blocks or lines. There is also a midship fairlead for springlines, but no cleat. Two more of the stout Goit mooring cleats that are used on the bow and stern would be perfect.

Overall the deck hardware is top-quality, with a mixture of Goit and Harken, including Harken sheet winches. The stainless steel stemhead fitting with its double anchor rollers is a useful feature on a boat of any size. A manual windlass is standard, and there is a large deck-opening anchor and chain locker. The bow pulpit has a teak platform, and the stanchions supporting the double lifelines appear to be well-supported. The deck-stepped mast features double swept-back spreaders. The uppers and lowers are led to single-pod chainplates, and there is also an inner forestay.

The 80-percent battened mainsail has a midboom sheeting arrangement, with a traveler on the deckhouse forward of the companionway hatch. A lazy-bag sail cover is standard, and a ProFurl furling system controls the 130-percent genoa, although I'd like to see load-bearing adjustable genoa track cars as well. As noted earlier, all sail controls, including the slab-reefing lines, are led aft through a series of turning blocks and jammers to the cockpit. There is a single self-tailing winch on each side of the companionway.

Down below Stepping below you are immediately struck by the high level of finish. The Sun Odyssey may be priced like a typical production boat, but it is finished like a yacht. From the oversized teak fiddles in the galley to teak veneered bulkheads and teak cabin sole, the cabin gives an aura of warmth. Well-placed overhead hatches and opening portlights, however, will provide plenty of ventilation, keeping that warm feeling strictly a visual sensation.

The interior arrangement for both versions is logically the same, the only difference being in the choice of one or two aft cabins. A V-berth is forward, with a hanging locker to starboard and storage locker with a counter top to port. Lateral shelving lining the V-berth adds additional storage. The bladder water tank is located under this bunk. The saloon includes a V-shaped settee straddling a teak table with comfortable seating for five or six, although it's a tight squeeze past the compression post.

The port-side settee converts into a single berth and, with the addition of a lee cloth, makes the best sea berth aboard. There is a lot of storage in lockers above and behind the settees and in bins below. Several small features enhance the livability of the interior, including wonderful halogen lighting and sliding curtains for each overhead hatch.

The L-shaped galley is to starboard and provides enough working space to prepare elegant meals at anchor or simple menus while under way. Double stainless sinks face forward, and the two-burner stove with oven is outboard. There is a large 40-gallon, top-loading icebox with standard 12-volt refrigeration. There is plenty of storage space behind the cooker and below the sinks, but counter space is a bit limited.

The shallow navigation desk, along with the electrical panel, is opposite the galley. One reason why the 37's interior seems spacious is because there is only one head. But then how many heads do you really need in a 37-foot boat anyway? The molded fiberglass head unit is aft of the nav station and includes a separate shower area. It is a much better use of space than trying to cram in another small head. In the single aft cabin layout, the berth is tucked under the cockpit with the door to starboard. There is a large hanging locker and several other storage lockers.

In the double-cabin layout, the head is smaller and there is only one hanging locker in each stateroom. There is a surprising amount of space, with 6 feet, 4 inches of headroom forward of the bunk. The batteries and fuel tank are under the bunk, and there is good access to the engine compartment from the aft cabin. The boat I tested had the two-cabin layout. Unless you intend to charter the boat or have a crew with special needs for private cabins, I'd opt for this arrangement.

The head in the three-cabin version is compressed to fit in the extra stateroom, and in practical terms, other than when sleeping, who spends much time inside staterooms anyway? Three staterooms in any 37-footer is a stretch.

The standard engine is a 27-horsepower Yanmar, which pushes the 13,448-pound Sun Odyssey along adequately. However, once the boat is loaded up for cruising, a larger engine might be an option to consider. Another idea would be to exchange the standard two-blade prop for a three-bladed variable-pitch prop. The fuel capacity is 36 gallons, providing an average smooth-water range of 250 to 300 miles for the fuel-efficient Yanmar. The water capacity is 85 gallons. Both of these tankages would need to be increased for serious cruising or living aboard.

On the water The wind was fickle as we cleared Back Creek and tacked north. Noting a little breeze blowing down the Severn River, we hauled in the sheets and headed that way close hauled. Naturally the helm was light, but the steering was impressively tight. A small move of the wheel resulted in a noticeable course change. We short tacked up the river, easily coming through the wind despite the light air.

I am not usually a fan of midboom sheeting, but the Sun Odyssey's mainsheet has plenty of purchase and trimming up the main was the key to quick acceleration after each tack. Standing at the helm, the view was good and the sheet winches were easy to reach, although the helmsman is out of the loop when it comes to trimming the main. The three of us aboard during the test hardly made a dent in the cockpit space. Luckily a bit of breeze emerged once we made our way back into the bay, and the Sun Odyssey skipped along on a close reach at 5 knots.

The boat was nicely powered with the 130-percent genoa and responded to puffs with bursts of speed. Sitting in the cockpit, with the afternoon sun shielded by the sails and gliding along without any signs of stress or anxiety, it was readily apparent that Jeanneau had created an ideal family cruiser. This is especially true since, with a fairly well-equipped sail-away price of $112,900, a family might actually be able to consider sailing away.

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2001 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Technical Specs

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Under sail, the Sun Odyssey 37.2 demonstrates the fine balance of her hull. The Sun Odyssey 37.2 is an impressive sailboat whatever her or point of sail. The roomy cockpit includes a pivoting helmseat for direct access to the swim platform, a centerline icebox, and a cockpit table. The large wheel assures simple yet precise manoeuvres. The double split backstay facilitates access into the cockpit. Very well lit, (up to 7 lights) the airy salon welcomes 8 guests. It transforms to a double berth in seconds. Extremely well equipped, the large galley has all imaginable amenities.

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  1. SUN ODYSSEY 37 (JEANNEAU)

    Also sold as the MOORINGS 37. Popular in the charter trade with a number of different variations and model names. This was one the most successful basic hull designs from Jeanneau. Another, more performance oriented version, is the SUN FAST 37.

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    Find Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 boats for sale in your area & across the world on YachtWorld. Offering the best selection of Jeanneau boats to choose from. ... 2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37. US$67,603. ↓ Price Drop. Marina Yacht Sales srl | Mar Tirreno, Italy. Sponsored Boats | related to your search. 2018 Nautique Super Air Nautique G21. US$114,995.

  3. Sun Odyssey 37

    The DB line sets a new milestone in the world of premium Day Boats by reinterpreting them, offering a new and unique experience in day boating to meet the expectations of boaters, both today and tomorrow. ... Sun Odyssey 37.2 (1993-1995) See details. Sun Odyssey 379 See details. Sun Odyssey 42 See details. Sun Odyssey 42.1 See details. Sun ...

  4. Sun Odyssey 37

    Sun Odyssey 37. Designed by Jacques Fauroux and utilising the numerous innovations. The smooth lines incorporated in the deck layout show the latest in modern design approach: A large sail area for easy sailing in all conditions and a confortable interior.

  5. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

    The Sun Odyssey 37 turns easily within a boat length and, more importantly, backs in a straight line, as we discovered when forced to back into a space between two anchored boats. Because we were singlehanding, we appreciated the optional in-mast mainsail furler, and standard headsail furler. Both sails were flying within 30 seconds of reaching ...

  6. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 review: from the archive

    She does have her weaknesses. Designed by Jacques Faroux, the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 has been created to cater for a wide range of uses, from short-handed family sailing to fully loaded charter ...

  7. Sun Odyssey 37

    The Sun Odyssey 37 is a French sailboat that was designed by Jacques Fauroux as a cruiser and yacht charter boat and first built in 1998.. The design was also sold as the Moorings 37 for service with Moorings Yacht Charter.It was also developed into the Sun Fast 37 cruiser-racer in 2000.. The boat may be confused with Fauroux's earlier 1994 Sun Odyssey 37.1 and 1996 Sun Odyssey 37.2 designs.

  8. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

    Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 is a 37′ 5″ / 11.4 m monohull sailboat designed by Jacques Fauroux and built by Jeanneau starting in 1998. ... The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more. Formula. D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³ D: Displacement of the boat in pounds. LWL ...

  9. Sun odyssey 37 jeanneau

    The Sun odyssey 37 jeanneau is a 37.44ft masthead sloop designed by Jacques Fauroux and built in fiberglass by Jeanneau (FRA) since 1998. The Sun odyssey 37 jeanneau is a light sailboat which is slightly under powered. It is reasonably stable / stiff and has a low righting capability if capsized. It is best suited as a coastal cruiser.

  10. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Spec Sheet & Charter

    More information on Jeanneau's Sun Odyssey 37 model. This sailboat measures 11.4 meters (37') in length, and offers 15% more sail area than that of the former 36.3 model. The Sun Odyssey 37 has a three-cabin model as well as a two-cabin model. Both models have one bathroom, yet the two-cabin model offers a separate shower stall.

  11. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 boats for sale

    Find Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 boats for sale in your area & across the world on YachtWorld. Offering the best selection of Jeanneau boats to choose from. ... 2004 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37. £69,080. ↓ Price Drop. Bluenose Yacht Sales & Quality Brokerage | Newport, Rhode Island. Request Info; Price Drop; 2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37. £37,854.

  12. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 boats for sale

    Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 boats for sale 31 Boats Available. Currency $ - USD - US Dollar Sort Sort Order List View Gallery View Submit. Advertisement. Save This Boat. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 . Newport, Rhode Island. 2004. $88,000 Seller Bluenose Yacht Sales & Quality Brokerage - Boston 39. Contact. 617-446-5330. ×. New Arrival ...

  13. Sun Odyssey 37.1

    The Sun Odyssey 37.1 and Sun Odyssey 37.2 are a series of French sailboats that were designed by Jacques Fauroux as cruisers and first built in 1994. Both boats use the same hull design. The Sun Odyssey 37.1 and 37.2 are often confused with Fauroux's similarly-named, but later 1998 Sun Odyssey 37 design.

  14. 2001 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Cruiser for sale

    Call today to set a time to view this awesome Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37. Cruising World Boat of the Year on her launch in 2000 with over 1300 built and sold worldwide!! ... The Sun Odyssey 37 is designed by Jacques Faroux and utilizes the numerous innovations that made the Sun Odyssey 40 such a success. Celestial is a two cabin model with the ...

  15. SUN ODYSSEY 37.1 / 37.2

    Same hull for both boats. 37.1 built from 1994 - 1996. 37.2 built from 1996 - 1998. LOD: 11.2m / 36.75ft. Reported sail area above includes main + furling genoa. Optional 50 hp engine.

  16. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 boats for sale

    The starting price is $109,500, the most expensive is $109,500, and the average price of $109,500. Related boats include the following models: Sun Odyssey 410, Leader 10.5 CC and NC 895. Boat Trader works with thousands of boat dealers and brokers to bring you one of the largest collections of Jeanneau Sun odyssey 37 boats on the market. You ...

  17. Sun Odyssey 37.2

    Under sail, the Sun Odyssey 37.2 demonstrates the fine balance of her hull. The Sun Odyssey 37.2 is an impressive sailboat whatever her or point of sail. The roomy cockpit includes a pivoting helmseat for direct access to the swim platform, a centerline icebox, and a cockpit table. The large wheel assures simple yet precise manoeuvres. The double split backstay facilitates access into the cockpit.

  18. 2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Sailboat For Sale

    The Sun Odyssey 37 is an extremely comfortable boat below. The layout is designed for practical and comfortable cruising. In the two-cabin version, the interior is centered around a salon - L-shaped galley with a traditional nav table to port. Located aft is a very large and well-ventilated washroom with a marine head and shower.

  19. Sun Odyssey

    Comfortable and high-performance, Sun Odyssey sailboats invite all those who love the wind and the sea to share moments of pure happiness on the water. The quality of life on board, clean and elegant design, innovation, safety, and ease of handling make this a perfect sailboat for cruising with friends and family, and for making your first voyages at sea.The Sailing LifestyleThe perfect ...

  20. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37

    Designed by Jacque Fauroux, the 37 debuted in July 1999 and replaced the popular Sun Odyssey 36.2. If you needed proof that the merger of Jeanneau and Beneteau is working, look no further than this handsome sloop. Built in France to Jeanneau's time-honed construction standards, the 37 Sun Odyssey is a performance-oriented cruiser with spacious ...

  21. 2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Specs And Pricing

    Diesel. Hull Material Used. Fiberglass. Length. 11.28 m / (37.00 ft) Selling Price. 83.000 (USD) Service repair manual. Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Manual.

  22. 2001 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Specs And Pricing

    Parts And Accessories: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 37 Parts : LOA (Length Overall) 3.48 Meters / (11 feet and 5 inch) Boat Keel Type: Undefined : Beam Width: 1.12 Meters / (3 feet and 8 inch)

  23. Sun Odyssey 37.2

    Under sail, the Sun Odyssey 37.2 demonstrates the fine balance of her hull. The Sun Odyssey 37.2 is an impressive sailboat whatever her or point of sail. The roomy cockpit includes a pivoting helmseat for direct access to the swim platform, a centerline icebox, and a cockpit table. The large wheel assures simple yet precise manoeuvres. The double split backstay facilitates access into the cockpit.