Sun Odyssey 389

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THE SUN ODYSSEY 389: COMFORT AND FUNCTIONALITY

Comfortable, spacious and seaworthy are the watchwords for this Sun Odyssey of 12 metres (39’).

Incorporating the latest, most innovative technology of the line, the Sun Odyssey 389 offers speed, stability and good seakeeping.

A true cruiser designed by Marc Lombard!

 

 

Characteristics

Interior

2 cabins / 1 head
3 cabins / 1 head
Interior woodwork: Teak or grey Cedar

Available
Versions

Fixed keel version
Shoal draft version (twin rudders)
Swing keel version (twin rudders)

CE
category

A8 / B9 / C12 (B8 en dériveur)

Available Engines

Yanmar Sail Drive 29CV / 21KW

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Characteristics

Technical Talk

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Length overall
11.75 m / 38'6"
Hull length
10.98 m / 36'0"
Hull beam
3.76 m / 12'4"
Light displacement
6920 kg / 15256 Lbs
Standard keel draught
1.98 m / 6'5"
Fuel capacity
130 l / 34 US gal
Water capacity
200 l / 53 US gal
Cabins
2 / 3
Available Engines
Yanmar Sail Drive 29CV / 21KW
CE Category
A8 / B9 / C12 (B8 en dériveur)

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• the bow stands clear of the water, for less drag and greater speed;
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