The sailboat

Magic Star

Boat's nameMagic star
Brand and modelJeanneau Sun Odyssey 45.2
Length13,8 m (45,2 ft)
Beam4,48 m (14,7 ft)
Berths4 double cabins
Heads2 (1 electric) with shower
Water tank600 l (158,5 gal)
Fuel tank200 l (52,8 gal)
EngineYanmar 88 CV
Bow ThrustVetus 75 kgf
SailsFurling vertical full-batten mainsail
Furling jib (Genoa)
Gennaker with bowsprit
Photovoltaic panels2x100 W, 2x50 W
Sprayhood
Bimini
Teak deck
DinghyInflatable keel with aluminium floor, 2.70 m
Electric outboard Boudech 62 lbs
Security onboardVHF, AIS, life raft, first aid kit,
defibrillator (AED), medical oxygen
Other equipmentsStand up paddle (SUP) 10", hammock, fishing rods...
Sun Odyssey 45.2 Plan

Magic Star is a Sun Odyssey 45.2 designed by the renowned French yacht builder Jeanneau. Ours is the version with 4 double cabins and 2 heads with shower, ideal both for a cabin charter and for cruising with family or friends.

Built in 1999 but first registered in 2004, she has an elegant and harmonious conception previous to the one, certainly more spacious yet graceless and less performing, of the most recent models.

Magic Star can be both charming and comfortable. Below, warm and well-kept woods shape a perfectly functional saloon, which is large and bright. Outside, the very large cockpit with easy access to the sea and the ample and clear teak deck make you feel the liveliness of the elements.

Despite she was not built for winning regattas, we have been equipping Magic Star with care to grant you some real and exciting sailing. Upgraded winches, a new mainsail and a refitted genoa 2021, gennaker and bowsprit: these are but a few of the elements we are proud of.

The stowing capability is impressive. The huge forepeak is a key element, for it means room to store all your diving equipment.

For us, security onboard is paramount. Indeed, beside the necessary electronic instruments, we have equipped Magic Star with an automatic defibrillator (AED) and a medical oxygen tank, to be able in particular to treat diving accidents.

Finally, we try to be as “green” as we can. The photovoltaic panels make us wholly autonomous, while the electric tender – whose battery is recharged through the same panels – brings us back onboard in the most perfect silence. Now imagine it in a starry night…