Jeanneau 349 For Sale in New England
The all new for 2014 Jeanneau 349 Jeanneau was a huge success at the Paris Boat show and in Chicago with many orders already placed.
Featuring dual helm stations, a nice cockpit, and a performance oriented hull with a hard chine. This hard chine increases stability, handling, and interior volume. From your first glance, the Jeanneau 349 captivates with her pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. The Jeanneau 349 is a lovely combination of performance, comfort and safety at sea. Whether in the cockpit or at the helm, at anchorage or at sea, you will enjoy this stable and easy-to-handle sailboat.
With two or three cabins, a spacious saloon and a well designed galley, the Jeanneau 349 proves comfort and nice lines are well executed in this new model. As usual we have high quality woodwork accents and an incredibly bright, well-lit interior.
Visit us soon to see this exciting new model.
The Jeanneau 349 hull design technology is from Marc Lombard featuring sharp hull chine.
Benefit – added stability, performance & greater control when sailing in stronger
Jeanneau 349: Positive Sheer®: the hull-to-deck line curves upwards.
Benefit – Increased interior volume and headroom while maintaining a low
deck profile and elegant lines.
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 is incorporated in the Jeanneau 349
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.
Jeanneau 349 Price: Contact us to discuss customizing your boat
Jeanneau 349 Review
Boat Review 2014: Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 349
By Zuzana Prochazka
Big Boat in a Small Package: Nevermind the LOA, this lively 34-footer has everything you need in a cruising boat
Thirty-four is the new 50. And even if that doesn’t sound directionally correct, it is the trend now in new-boat introductions. In Miami, I tested Jeanneau’s new baby, the Sun Odyssey 349, and found there’s a lot to love in this relatively small package, which feels much bigger than its dimensions suggest.
Construction – Designer Marc Lombard took on a triple challenge when drawing the Sun Odyssey 349. First, it’s not easy designing the smallest boat in a fleet that now includes the 509, 469, 439, 409 and 379; the expectations of performance and comfort created by the bigger sisters are tough to follow. Second, the 349 is replacing the popular 33i, another tough act to follow. Finally, the base price is just $125,000. That’s a lot of boat for the buck.