Sun Odyssey 50 DS

Sun Odyssey 50 DS
Two of the biggest names in naval architecture have teamed up to create the new Sun Odyssey 50 DS.

Philippe Briand designed her high performance hull, while the Garroni Designers lent her an elegant style. Together, they have conceived the ideal sailboat to meet your every expectation : fluid lines, design and construction certified by the Bureau Veritas, a streamlined keel and appendices for excellent performance at sea, and the comfortable, modern interior of a new generation of Sun Odyssey.You will appreciate the ease of handling this large seafaring sailboat. The three-part cockpit features twin steering wheels at the helm, an open-air saloon with comfortable bench seating for entertaining around a generously-sized cockpit table, and an additional lounge area for relaxing while underway. Large winches and a powerful electric windlass facilitate handling.



Boat equipped with Raymarine



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Layouts & Specs

Length overall 15.07 m / 49'5"
Hull length 14.75 m / 48'5"
Hull Beam 4.49 m / 14'9"
Displacement 13400 kg / 29542 Lbs
Standard keel draught 2.15 m / 7'1"
Fuel capacity 240 l / 63 US gal
Water capacity 618 l / 163 US gal
Available Engines Yanmar 75 HP / 55KW
CE Category A10/B12/C14

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Sun Odyssey 39 DS

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Sun Odyssey 42 DS

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Sun Odyssey 45 DS

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Sun Odyssey 49 DS

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Sun Odyssey 54 DS

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Sun Odyssey 41 DS

Designed for relaxation and comfort

  • 2 cabins with double berths and 2 head and shower compartments
  • Elegant deck lines with large glass surfaces and excellent ventilation
  • Integrated and fully equipped galley features clever storage and a fold-away cover for the sink basin
  • Lounging sofa transforms into a berth for maximum comfort
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Sun Odyssey 44 DS

An elegant sailboat for countless moments of relaxation

  • 2 or 3 cabins with 2 head compartments, each with a separate shower
  • Easy handling with a standard in mast furling and centralised sail handling within reach of the twin helms
  • Movement about the deck and access to the sea are facilitated by wide sidedecks, inboard shrouds and an open transom
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