The Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 419, designed by Phillipe Briand is a real cruising yacht which exudes elegance and sophistication at every turn in the design. Winner of Yacht of the year award in her category against some real heavyweight contenders this yacht rightly stood out in the eyes of the judges who awarded her this prestigious honour.
The first thing you notice about the 419 hull is the heavily pronounced chine. A hard chine line has long been associated with flat, fast, small sailing boats, and more recently on the big-boat ocean racing around-the-world speedsters as the benefits created by the stability and speed this offers are translated into the consumer market by Jeanneau.
Looking around the cockpit and deck you can’t help but notice the superb twin wheel cockpit design which allows for easy access through the transom and easy movement around whether at sea or port. Looking forward down the deck you will note how the standing rigging comes to the inside of the walkways keeping them clear and safe at sea, and you can note the sleek lines and high freeboard which combine to give this yacht such superb presence and desirability.
Stepping below deck you notice the spacious interior provided by the new hard chine hull, the large saloon, spacious kitchen and superb cabin spaces. All of this available with a wide selection of interior trims in order to really make the yacht your own and customize her to your own needs and wants.
The Jeanneau 419 is then a masterclass in how to make a modern yacht, equipped with a very high level of kit as standard and providing a comfortable, stylish and fast platform for cruising the many environments encountered at sea. Make sure you take a look at our offers or contact us for a specific quote.
Whats Changed from the 409 i hear you say…?
In 2016, the Jeanneau 419 was born from its predecessor the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409. The major changes you should be aware of are:
The transom platform was changed so that it was a full width version on the 419. No locker space was used in this upgrade, the platform was moulded into the current design.
The removable washboard was replaced with fixed doors.
A bowsprit was added to the bow of the yacht, allowing for easy deployment of down wind sails
The companion way steps gradient was decreased to allow for easier access below decks