Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 42.1 'Dock Brief''
For Sale by Owner

by Graham

<i>'Dock Brief'</i> is currently berthed in Antigua, West Indies

'Dock Brief' is currently berthed in Antigua, West Indies


Owned by current owner since 2000 and used only 4 months each year.

The interior layout provides a large fore cabin with en-suite heads and shower.

There are two identical cabins in the stern and a further heads and shower.

All with pressurized hot and cold water to showers and sink.

A sugar-scoop stern provides easy access from the dinghy when at anchor.


  • Length overall: 42'0" (12.80m)

  • Waterline Length: 33'0" (10.20m)

  • Beam:13'0" (3.98m)

  • Draft: 5'0" (1.50m)

  • Displacement (gross): 8.30tonnes


  • Solar panels, fixed over bimini;

  • Yanmar 48 engine regularly serviced, 5,200hrs;

  • In-mast mainsail and furling genoa;

  • New genoa two seasons ago, all sails have been regularly washed and attended to;

  • New batteries;
  • New IAB 9 dinghy last year and Mercury 5hp new previous year (and spare Yamaha 2hp);
  • Electric windlass;

  • 50 metre chain;

  • Spectra Catalina Watermaker (new membrane this season);

  • All new rigging 2011/13;

  • Autohelm 6000 plus;

  • Windvane self-steering;

Enquiries to or phone (+44)779 8870970

Seeking offers around US$99,000

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For Sale by Owner

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May 06, 2014
Cruising in the Caribbean
by: Dick McClary

A well-equipped 6 berth, spacious and lightly used cruiser sailboat ready to go cruising in the glorious Caribbean!

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