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Sun Odyssey 44i
Bareboat Charter
Cruising
Greece And Turkey

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Whether hull lines, rigging, or interior design,
the Sun Odyssey 44i bareboat chartering Greece and Turkey
features extraordinary attention to detail on the part of Philippe Briand,
the naval architect behind much of Jeanneau production. Whether under sail or otherwise, the elegance, performance, and features of the Sun Odyssey 44i set her apart. Wedding a proven hull to an injection-molded deck (the "i") yields significant weight reduction, enhancing performance. The Sun Odyssey 44i has a balanced sail plan. The interior is bright and well appointed, and is designed for maximum comfort. Interior furnishings of teak are accented by white leather upholstery. Excellent ventilation and abundant natural light are assured with numerous deck hatches and ports. The galley is equipped with refrigerator and freezer, while salon, galley and cabins feature numerous storage spaces.
The 44i comes in both three and four-cabin versions.

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Charter Cruising Greece

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Charter Cruising Greece

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Technical Specifications:

Length: 45.1 ft
Beam: 14.3 ft
Draft: 6.7 ft
Sail Area: 968 sq ft (furling main)
Engine: 54 hp Yanmar
Displacement: 21,840 lbs
Water Tanks: 160 gal
Fuel Tanks: 60 gal

Equipment:

Furling Headsail
Furling Main
Bimini Top
Electric Windlass
VHF Radio-Radio Telephone
CD Stereo Music System
Fully Equipped Galley, Deep Freeze
Dingy w/Outboard

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