Sun Odyssey 349
Sun Odyssey 349 Overview
Brand new for the 2019 season, the Sun Odyssey 349 is a top pick for an elegant sail on the glistening blue waters of the Adriatic. If you’re certified, you can skipper it on your own, otherwise, a skipper can be added onto your booking. A “sailor’s yacht,” she’s got a generous interior volume and an extra-spacious, inviting cockpit while offering outstanding performance, comfort and safety out at sea. She features everything you need for relaxation and fun. Enjoy a peaceful ambiance in the saloon area that includes fans and speakers for enjoying your favorite tunes. There’s a stovetop, oven and refrigerator, and if you want to skip the cooking and cleaning, a host/hostess can be hired to do all the meal preparations and cleanup work.
Enjoy a peaceful night’s rest and comfortable accommodation on this captivating bareboat sailing boat. She can accommodate as many as eight guests, with three cabins sleeping up to six, and two more staying in the salon, which can be converted into a double cabin. Bed linens are included.
Facilities and Public Areas
The Sun Odyssey 349 has one deck shower with hot water, a toilet and a well-equipped kitchen with a stovetop, oven, coffeemaker and refrigerator. She includes full navigation equipment making it easy to visit islands near Split where she’s berthed, including Korcula, Hvar, Vis and Brac. In her saloon (and the cabins), there are speakers for enjoying music, while ambient LED lighting provide additional comfort onboard. She’s also equipped with a swimming platform at the rear for easy access to those crystal-clear turquoise waters. In addition to the option to hire a host/hostess and a skipper, many extras can be added like kayaks, paddleboards, beach towels and snorkeling equipment. Of course, she’s up to date on the latest safety gear too, like a VHF radio, distress flare box, life jackets, fire extinguisher, foghorn and first aid kit.
Guests can enjoy delicious half-board meals (breakfast and lunch), cooked fresh onboard by a talented chef based on high quality local ingredients. In fact, the food is often a highlight on any cruise through the Adriatic. When you’re anchored, take advantage of the opportunity to try the local specialties, like Ston’s famous fresh oysters and some of the locally produced wines at one of the many mouthwatering, often family-run eateries.