The Sun Odyssey 509 from Jeanneau was designed by the famous French naval architect Phillipe Briand. This sailing yacht combines timeless design, great seaworthiness and superior comfort making this model the flagship of Jeanneau’s Sun Odyssey collection.
The Sun Odyssey 509’s hard chine allows for a very roomy interior which offers flexibility for developing numerous layouts. Therefore, this boat has four different accommodation plans, the first of them is really spacious, with one double front cabin, two double after cabins and two roomy bathrooms. The second layout has an additional cabin at starboard with bunk beds. There is the third version with four double cabins, each with its own bathroom. The forth layout version is pretty similar to the previous one, except for the fact that one bathroom was replaced with a cabin with bunk beds. So this last layout has 5 cabins and it can accommodate up to 10 crewmembers.
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 509 is equipped with Raymarine electronics.
Highlights of the Sun Odyssey 509
The high-aspect ratio sail plan of Sun Odyssey 509 allows for a large selection of different sails. This, along with the low, understated profile carry the beam well aft. Also the rig can be adapted to many different types of sailing. This sailing yacht has an easily driven and moderate-displacement hull that is strong and very well built. Performance is one of the key concepts of this cruiser.
Inside, the Sun Odyssey 509 gives a sense of well-being and increased comfort. When he created the interior, Phillipe Briand focused on solid wood with matte varnish, light colors and indirect lighting. All the details bring together the functional and the aesthetic in a very smart and elegant manner. In the salon there is a spacious dining area and settee with folding chart table. The galley is large and really well equipped for a pleasant cooking experience. The cabins are really generous, comfortable and they offer a feeling of coziness.