• Nombre:TOPAZE
  • Bandera:Española
  • Astillero:Jeanneau
  • Diseño: Jacques Fauroux
  • Certificado: CE A
  • Material:Fibra de vidrio
  • Eslora total: 10,30 m
  • Eslora de casco: 9,99 m
  • Eslora flotación: 8,99 m
  • Manga: 3,30m
  • Calado: 1,70m
  • Lastre: 1520 Kg
  • Desplazamiento: 4650 Kg
  • Cabinas:2
  • Literas:6
  • Aseos:1
  • Capacidad de agua:140 L
  • Marca del motor: YANMAR 25CV
  • Capacidad de combustible: 110 L
  • Amarre: Pobla Marina Valencia
  • Precio: 39.000,00€ IVA incluido


Bandera española, IVA e impuestos españoles pagados. Certificado de Navegabilidad en zona 4, hasta 2023.

YANMAR 3GM30F 30CV. Transmisión por eje, hélice tripala fija.

Construido en polyester y fibra de vidrio. Refuerzos de Kevlar. Cubierta en sándwich con madera de balsa. Mamparos laminados al casco. Interiores en teca.

Génova enrollable, enrollador FACNOR, mayor con lazy Jack y lazy bag. Mayor de transporte. Spi asimétrico. Tormentín.
I(IG): 12.70m              J: 3.35m         P: 10.80m                  E: 4.20m
Area total: 44 m2

RAYMARINE: Piloto automático ST4000, tridata, VHF + DSC COBRA, GPS FURUNO. VHF portátil ICOM ICM33.

Distribución. Lay out
Versión 2 cabinas. Cabina doble en proa con armario. Cabina armador en popa con armario. Cocina corrida en babor. Mesa de cartas a estribor. Amplio baño con ducha independiente.

Equipo de cubierta
Molinete eléctrico LOFRANS 800w. 50m cadena 8mm. Ancla. Toldo bimini. Funda de bitácora. Ducha de bañera. Pasarela aluminio plegable. Auxiliar 2,65m + Honda 4T/2,3CV.

Confort interior
Cocina con horno ENO. Nevera eléctrica FRIGOBOAT compresor 220v 2017. WC marino con tanque de aguas residuales. Radio CD SONY con altavoces. TV LG, DVD PIONEER. Somier de láminas. Cama doble en salón.

Circuito eléctrico 12v/220v, cargador baterías CRISTEC 35Ah, grupo servicios 2 x 75 Ah 2016, grupo motor 1 x 85 Ah 2015. Inverter 12v/220v 300W

Equipo de seguridad en Zona 4 para 8 personas. Balsa salvavidas PLASTIMO no revisada.

Segundo propietario

Servicios anuales de revisión de motor y pintura de antifouling. Último en Julio 2018. Certificado de Navegabilidad pasado en Julio 2018. Instalación de prensaestopas de grafito 2016.

Comentarios by Jeanneau
The idea of the new Sun Odyssey 34,2 unites a long history of ocean cruising sailboats with the latest in high-technology construction. Fast and well-equipped, given a sleek and balanced hull section as well as strong comfortable deck, it is the first sailboat of its size to offer 3 genuine cabins along with all of the amenities for distance cruising. Its generous cockpit is laid out to organize sail handling around a protected companionway. Down below, the teak woodwork highlights an exceptionally beautiful salon that complements a practical galley layout complete with a large capacity icebox. Her spacious washroom with separate shower and toilet (in the 2 cabin version) and numerous storage compartments are well-appreciated advantages especially at sea.

Designed by the Jeanneau team in conjunction with Jacques Fauroux, the new Sun Odyssey 34.2 is a perfect example of the French school of yacht design. Intended as a family cruising boat, this design shows the benefits attained when you stretch the beam aft to its practical limit. While the two-dimensional drawings show a stubby-looking design, the photos I have in the brochure show a carefully styled and good-looking boat.

The L/B of this design is 3.05. This indicates a very beamy boat for its LOA. In a production boat with LOA fixed by marketing considerations, expanding beam is a way to gain accommodations. The D/L of this boat is 178, and you have a choice of either 5-foot, 7-inch or 4-foot, 3-inch draft.

There are two interiors available. The broad beam aft allows for a layout with two double quarter berths. They look to be more than adequate and have plenty of toe space. I can’t say the same for the forward double, which ends in a point. The other layout offers one huge double quarter berth and a larger head compartment. The main cabin shows an elliptical dinette to starboard and a galley to port. There is not much counter space in this galley, but it will be a nice place to cook when the boat’s at rest. The dinette has a small centerline seat, and I think you might be able to seat five at this dinette. The curved dinette shape is sexy, but I have this theory that people seek corners when they lounge. Square dinettes are less fashionable but more functional. The joinerwork details in this interior look beautiful. It’s all teak veneer and solid teak trim finished with a glowing satin varnish.

The deck shows some interesting design details. The narrow side decks are kept clear by mounting the genoa track on the edge of the cabintrunk. This provides for better sheeting angels than you would get with the track on the deck, puts the primary winches alongside the companionway and frees up the cockpit coamings. There is a recessed anchor well in the foredeck. The backstay is split so it won’t interfere with access to the swim step.

This appears to be a short rig. That’s just fine. It may be exciting to chase SA/Ds into the mid-20s, but it often results in a rig that require a lot of attention. Most cruisers would be happier with SA/Ds around 18. You don’t get bragging rights at the dock, but you’ll cruise easier. The SA/D for this design is 16.02, making this an ideal rig for a charter boat in a breezy area. This rig shows swept spreaders in addition to forward lowers. The forward placement of the mast will help offset the effect of the wide stern on the feel of the helm when the boat heels.

This month marks my last month working with the very patient Heather Freckmann as my editor. Heather has been fun to work with, and her diligence tracking down information has made my job as reviewer easier.

La compañía ofrece los detalles de esta embarcación de buena fe, pero no puede garantizar la exactitud de esta información ni el estado de la embarcación. Tanto el precio de venta ofrecido, como el inventarío pueden cambiar sin previo aviso.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warrant the condition of the vessel. The price of sale or the inventory can change without notice.