Jeanneau updates Sun Odyssey fleet

Jeanneau made changes to its performance-oriented Sun Odyssey line to integrate the latest design trends and innovations.
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Jeanneau made changes to its performance-oriented Sun Odyssey line to integrate the latest design trends and innovations.

The Sun Odyssey sailboats, which range from 34 to 51 feet, now come with a bowsprit. The bowsprit is designed for Code 0 sails and allows the boats to carry larger asymmetrical spinnakers. It also includes an anchor roller.

The aft platforms have been enlarged on the midsize Sun Odyssey models. Also, the companionways have been improved, with a gentler angle and lower sill for easier entry.

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