Sun Odyssey 349

Strong Points


From the very first glance, the Sun Odyssey 349 captivates with her pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. Designed by Marc Lombard and true to the values of the Sun Odyssey line, the 349 is the perfect combination of performance, comfort and safety at sea. Whether in the cockpit or at the helm, at anchorage or at sea, you will enjoy taking full advantage of this seaworthy, stable and easy-to-handle sailboat.

Escape from the everyday and taste the pleasures of family cruising. With two or three cabins, a spacious saloon and a very functional galley, the Sun Odyssey proves both well considered and inviting. High quality woodwork accents an incredibly bright, well-lit interior.

Come aboard the 349 and enter the world of Sun Odyssey…




2 cabins / 1 head
3 cabins / 1 head
Interior woodwork: Teak or Light Oak


Fixed keel version
Shoal keel version
Swing keel version


A6 / B8 / C10 / D12

Available Engines

Yanmar 21CV / 15KW


Winner of the award “Boat of the Year 2015”


Technical Talk







Length overall
10.34 m / 33'11"
Hull length
9.97 m / 32'9"
Hull Beam
3.44 m / 11'3"
Light displacement
5340 kg / 11773 Lbs
Standard keel draught
1.98 m / 6'6"
Fuel capacity
130 l / 34 US gal
Water capacity
206 l / 54 US gal
2 / 3
Available Engines
Yanmar 21CV / 15KW
CE Category
A6 / B8 / C10 / D12

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Sun Odyssey 319

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Sun Odyssey 389

Comfort, interior volume and seaworthiness are the watchwords for this model
• Deck plan worthy of a 40-footer
• Ample storage, liveability, and plenty of standard equipment
• Numerous options traditionally found only on larger models
• Separate shower compartments in all versions
• Swing keel version available
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Sun Odyssey 410

It features the ultimate in comfort and performance, for a unique experience while under way. The contemporary Sun Odyssey 410 benefits from all the latest technical and technological advances in architecture:
• a hard chine running the full length of the hull, for a more powerful and stable hull;
• an inverted bow, for fine entry, better weight distribution and a distinctive look;
• the bow stands clear of the water, for less drag and greater speed;
• self-aligning twin rudders, with self-aligning bearings, for an improved feel of the helm
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