“Parrot Eyes” combines ease of handling to the pleasure of on-board comfort. She’s lively and fast. Even in light winds, she wants only to make you feel like you’re in control. Escape for a day, a weekend or more.
2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 34.2
2000 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 34.2
Your Day on the Water just got better!
She has a bright and inviting interior with varnished teak bulkheads, white overhead, and a teak & holly cabin sole.
The forward cabin provides guests with privacy and comfort. The (6’07”X4’07”) double berth has port and starboard shelves, hanging locker, tall storage cabinet, deck hatch, and port & starboard reading lights.
The salon’s starboard dinette has storage under and behind plus shelving outboard and converts to a double berth. Good light and ventilation are provided by long and smaller screened ports, deck hatches, hull ports and the companionway.
The inline galley is on the port side of the salon. There are deep stainless steel double sinks with pressure hot and cold water, and 6 gallon hot water heater. The insulated, top loading ice box is fitted with 12 Volt DC refrigeration (2017). Storage cabinetry and counter tops w/fiddles and compartments, makes food preparation in harbor or underway simple and efficient. The Eno two burner propane stove with oven is gimbaled and augmented with a gas grill on the stern rail. An opening screened port near the stove and the companionway provide good ventilation while cooking.
The forward facing navigation station is to starboard of the companionway.
The head to port of the companionway is set up with a manual head (2014) & holding tank, pressure hot and cold water, fiberglass sink and counter top, mirror/medicine cabinet, shower stall with independent shower sump pump, cabinets, dome lights, and two coach roof portholes with screens. There is a hanging wet locker at the aft end of the shower stall.
The aft cabin to starboard has a large (6’07”X6’01”) double berth with hanging locker converted to shelves. The hull port, opening deck hatch and opening cockpit port plus overhead lighting make it all feel light and airy. Reading lights are in two corners.
Raymarine Autohelm auto pilot
Ritchie pedestal steering compass
Raymarine VHF marine radio (2012) w/RAM (2015)
Garmin 440 Chart Plotter (2012)
Clarion AM/FM Stereo/CD player
Three batteries (2018)
Battery selection switch
Automatic battery charger
50’ 30 amp shore power cord
12 volt DC electronic panel w/battery voltmeter
Propane remote valve switch and Water tank level indicator
110 volt AC panel w/circuit breakers
Double anchor roller
Danforth anchor w/chain to nylon rode
Deck anchor locker
Bow pulpit and stern pushpit
Stainless steel, double lifelines w/gates, port, starboard and stern
Dodger & bimini w/connector panel (hard Makrolon front windows) (2015)
Teak hand rails
Slotted aluminum toe rail
Six mooring cleats
4 Dock lines
Flares, horn, 2 fire extinguishers
6 Adult PFDs
Life Sling on stern rail
Starboard flag halyard
Navigation lights – Running lights on bow & transom, steaming light on front of mast, anchor light on top of mast
Teak helm seat and cockpit seats
Deep port cockpit locker
Life raft can be stored in starboard cockpit locker
Inflatable Dinghy can be stored in port cockpit locker
Fold up helm seat for walk-thru transom
Swim platform w/fold down ladder
Hand held shower at the stern
Magma Kettle Grill
Bottom Sider cockpit cushions (2012)
Stainless steel wire rigging
ProFurl Roller furler
In mast furling
Amoit traveler on cabin top
Double-ended “German” mainsail trimming system (2015)
New Quantum Fusion in mast furling mainsail w/vertical battens for positive roach (2014)
New Quantum Fusion roller furling 140% Genoa w/UV protective panel (2014)
Sail area: 599 sq. ft. (with 140% Genoa)
Sails East asymmetrical cruising spinnaker
ATN Storm Jib
Anodized aluminum mast with double spreaders is deck stepped
Cabin top rope clutches
Genoa tracks w/fairleads
2 Harken #40 two speed self-tailing cabin top winches
2 Winch handles
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump
Engine throttle/shift lever on steering pedestal
Engine emergency alarm for oil pressure/engine temperature
Tachometer, and fuel gauge
Closed system cooling
Primary and secondary fuel filters
Single propane tank
Camco/Kuumo 6 gallon hot water heater
The Jabsco manual head discharges into holding tank
Whitlock pedestal w/36” leather covered, stainless steel steering wheel
Tiller Drag Link steering
Emergency manual tiller
27 HP Yanmar Model: 3GM30F
Stainless steel prop shaft with dripless seal
3 Blade feathering Max Prop on a stainless steel shaft (2013)
Traditional bottom paint
Custom winter cover (boom tent configuration, coverage overlapping deck, transom and hull to the water line, w/zippered door access) (2012)
Custom steel cradle
Jeanneau and Yanmar Owners Manuals plus documentation on all installed equipment and extensive service records are available.
Purchased Bottom Sider cockpit cushions
Upgraded marine VHF radio
Added Garmin 440 Chart plotter
Purchased custom winter cover (boom tent configuration, coverage overlapping deck, transom and hull to the water line, w/zippered door access)
Installed 3 blade feathering Max Prop
New Quantum Fusion in-mast furling mainsail w/vertical battens for positive roach
New Quantum Fusion roller furling 140% Genoa w/UV protective panel
New manual head
Converted galley hanging locker to shelved pantry
Dodger & bimini w/connector panel (hard Makrolon front windows)
Added marine VHF RAM3 microphone at helm
Added shelving to aft cabin locker
Added double-ended “German” mainsheet for sail trim from either side of the cockpit
Installed new Frigoboat refrigerator evaporator and compressor system
Replace engine starter
From the very first glance, “Parrot Eyes” captivates with her pure lines, generous interior volume and inviting cockpit. She has the perfect combination of performance, comfort and safety at sea. Just add your personal touches to match your dreams and create lifetime memories.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.