SPECIFICATIONS
Name Caicu
Model Year 2013
Amenities Four cabins & four head shower compartments
Length Overall 39'3"
Waterline Length 37'7"
Beam 23'9"
Draft 4'00"
Mast clearance 66'7"
Light displacement (EC) 22817 lbs
Full-batten mainsail 603 sq. ft
Square top mainsail (optional) 651 sq. ft
Furling genoa 301 sq. ft
Optional gennaker 818 sq. ft
Fresh water capacity 79 US Gal.
Fuel capacity 2 x 53 US gal.
Engine 2 x 29 HP
Interior finish Light oak alpi and non skid laminated wenge for the wood floor
EEC certification A for 10 persons

Boats sold in America include the following equipment s as standard features:

  • 110 V heating element in water heater
  • 1 holding tank with gravity drain/deck pump out in each head
  • 3/8” windlass gipsy for non metric chain
  • Propane gas system for US
DECK PLAN
Name Caicu
Model Year 2013
Amenities Four cabins & four head shower compartments

DECK PLAN

  • Interior woodwork in marine plywood and light oak alpi veneer with horizontal wood grain
  • Dark brown laminated floor
  • OWNER: 3 cabins, 3 toilets, 1 separate shower stall in owner’s washroom

Starboard hull (4 CABIN / 4 HEAD version)

  • Standing headroom: 1.98m / 6’ 6” approx.
  • 6X 12V Halogen overhead lighting
  • 2X 12V Halogen reading lights on the ceiling
  • “Semi – island” type bed with front and side access 2.00m X 1.44 x 1.00 m / 6’ 7” X 4’9”x 3’3’’
  • 1 drawer under the bed
  • Access to battery switches
  • Night stands with storage on both sides of berth
  • 2 hanging lockers
  • 1 cabinet with shelf
  • Access to emergency escape hatch
  • 3 opening deck hatches with blinds
  • 1 opening port hull curtain
  • 1 large one-way fixed window with curtain
  • 1 desk with seat
  • 1 locker with shelves on outboard side
  • 1 locker for washer/dryer (optional)
  • 1 high cabinet with 4 doors on inboard side
COCKPIT & TRANSOM

COCKPIT

  • Cockpit usable as outdoor salon,
    access to the sea by a stern walkway giving access to the transoms
  • Hard top bimini with 3 recessed spotlights
  • Self bailing cockpit
  • Helm station on port side on the coachouse bulkhead: engine throttle controls, engine control panels, compass, area for electronic equipment, leather covered steering wheel with brake, double helm seat with cushions, access steps from cockpit with s/s handrail, line storage bag
  • Steering system: cable steering, s/s shaft rudders, emergency tiller
  • U shape seating area to starboard
  • Varnished wooden cockpit table interchangeable with salon coffee table
  • 1 aft cockpit seat locker
  • 1 technical locker (for the optional generator)
  • 1 gas locker under the seats on starboard side of cockpit
  • 1 locker under the lazy boy in cockpit with room to store 1 additional gas tank

TRANSOM

  • Hot and cold deck shower to port
  • P Port side s/s swim ladder
  • 1 handrail on each transom
  • Rubber transom rubrails
  • Access to engine rooms
  • Recessed access step on hull side
RATES
Season A rate
DEC 20 - JAN 9 / FEB 12 - APR 4
Weekly: $8,400
Season B rate
JAN 10 - FEB 11 / APR 5 - APR 25
Weekly: $7,700
Season C rate
APR 26 - JUN 6 / NOV 1 - DEC 6
Weekly: $7,000
Season D rate
JUN 7 - OCT 31 / DEC 7 - DEC 19
Weekly: $6,300
  • The latest in hull design technology from Marc Lombard featuring sharp hull chine.

    Benefit – added stability, performance & greater control when sailing in stronger breezes.

  • Positive Sheer®: the hull-to-deck line curves upwards.

    Benefit – Increased interior volume and headroom while maintaining a low deck profile and elegant lines.

  • Advanced ``Prisma Process`` injection laminated deck.

    Benefit- reduced weight in deck offers greater stability when sailing, therefore the keel does not need to be as heavy to achieve high stability.

  • CE rating - Category A for Unlimited Ocean.

    Benefit – Provides piece of mind that the Sun Odyssey 349 can handle seas when conditions deteriorate.

  • Twin rudder design.

    Benefit – Exceptional control at every sailing angle, increased safety and redundancy at sea and reduces vulnerability when in shallow areas.

  • Winged Shoal draft keel.

    Benefit – access those shallower areas that are not usually reachable, whilst gaining draft with the wing keel ensuring excellent performance & lift.