Jeanneau Australia and the Queensland importer, Mooloolaba Yacht Brokers, are proud to announce the Australian show debut of the first of the stunning new deck saloon range, the Sun Odyssey 44DS.
“We are delighted to announce that we have secured one of the brilliant new Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44 Deck Saloon models for the Sanctuary Cove International Boat Show.
The model was only launched at the Paris Boat show in December so it is hot off the press. The two cabin version will be on display and we are very excited about the interest already being shown.” Ian Douglas, Mooloolaba Yacht Broker
The 44DS is a result of the combined skills of designers Philippe Briand who was responsible for the hull, and Franck Darnet who designed the interior and deck.
Sharing the same hull as the recent popular release, the Sun Odyssey 439, the 44DS retains the trademark enormous aft owner’s cabin of the range and the flood of natural light below.
Paying particular attention to feedback from Australian customers, the interior of the new 44DS has no fewer than sixteen opening ports to give superb ventilation throughout. The owner’s cabin is especially catered for with a large opening port out to the transom offering a wide view whilst at anchor.
Breaking new ground in interior design the 44DS introduces an innovative galley and optional additional fridge or wine cooler positioned under the navigation table.
This striking design uses a new rich walnut timber finish with white lacquered cabinets and two-tone upholstery. No other yacht in its class offers this level of interior.
The cockpit of the Deck Saloon range also stands out. Long and spacious with dedicated areas for eating, relaxing, and sailing with a wide transom makes access to the water and the dock an ease. All sheets are lead aft to the helm to make sail handling very simple for the shorthanded crew.
With its unique side window and transom accents the Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 44 Deck Saloon is a striking looking yacht. It will prove to be the envy of all others.