The yacht is Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 39i designed by Marc Lombard. This 39 footer is an excellent performer on the water and offers generous cruising comforts! The yacht's size is ideal for a group of friends or 2-3 families, having three comfortably designed cabins as well as two toilets. The yacht can accommodate up to 8 persons in 3 double rooms + saloon. The deck design features a cockpit with twin wheels. This has the advantage of opening up the cockpit to the swim platform. It has teak deck in cockpit, cockpit cushions etc. The big, triangular cockpit is comfortable for lounging, and a centreline table has plenty of room for six to dine. A hot-and-cold-water transom shower is handy to the broad swim platform. Thanks to a generous beam carried well aft, interior volume is greater than one would expect on a 39-footer. Layout is three cabins - twin aft and one forward all with double berths. The roomy forward cabin has a large V-berth and ample storage space in hanging lockers and on shelves. The saloon is large, airy, and comfortable. A wraparound dinette to starboard, just forward of an L-shaped galley, has seating for five or six. A settee berth is opposite, just forward of the navigation station. Fridge, gas cooker, sink, hot water supply are part of the interior amenities. Safety equipment includes a life raft, 10 life vests including child and baby, 3 fire extinguishers, lifebuoy and more. On our disposal is a dinghy with 6hp outboard motor. VHF radio, instruments for wind, speed and depth and a chart plotter are our navigational tools. The autopilot will help us in long haul passages. Two types of marine maps are in use – Navionics and Garmin, both up to date.