“El Shaddai” (the Great One) is a premier, world reowned Jeanneau 45.2 sailing Yacht, a true “Blue Water Yacht” with many family needed essentials for comfortably and safely sailing the seven seas. The owners have lovingly and professionally maintained her in top notch condition and added or upgraded many features and/or equipment over the years.
Sailing in St Thomas for the last year or so, she has just returned (June 10, 2022) to the mainland US to be offered for sale by her retiring owners.
El Shaddai has, over the years, had many upgrades and improvements added; For instance, new electronics (2020), new rigging (2017), LED Nav lights (2010), new thru hulls, recent bottom job (2020) and the list of improvements is impressive and listed below.
Full SpecsBoat Name
Beam: 14.67 ft
Maximum Draft: 6.58 ft
Displacement: 20,570 lb
Ballast: 7,110 lb
Bridge Clearance: 58 ft
Dry Weight: 20,570 lb
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH2TE
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 64|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 ( )
Fuel Tanks: 1 ( )
Holding Tanks: 2 ( )
Number of single berths: 10
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Sun Odyssey 45.2 Specifications - Standard Equipment Cockpit - Transom Extension - Broad cockpit with gates onto transom extension - 2 steering wheels (dia. 36") - 2 compasses - Bench seating and cockpit sole teak battens - Cockpit cusions with removable covers. Gas bottle stowage in aft locker portside - Liferaft stowage within custom "quick release" transom rail cradle. Bimini with solar panels, Dodger with window cover- Large cockpit table with folding leaves (which lock in-place) and built-in icebox - Winch handle bins - Engine dash with shield in front of the starboard wheel - Engine control to starboard - Integral swim ladder with new SS hinges and Lock latch- Fresh water shower facility - Inspection cover in aft of cockpit over steering and water heater. Mast - Anodized aluminum furling mast and boom - 1 rigid boom downhaul - Furling genoa on the deck - Forestay - Spinnaker pole track - 1 Spinnaker halyard Standing Rigging -strand stainless steel shrouds - Backstay with bridle - 2 levels of spreaders Running Rigging - 1 jib halyard - 1 main halyard - 2 genoa sheets - 1 mainsheet - 1 boom lift - Mainsheet and jib track adjustment Sails - 1 furling main - 1 furling genoa Sails Locker - Overhead light - Deck hatch - Stainless steel ladder - Wiring box for anchor winch connections - 2 stainless steel grab rails Deck Fittings - Stainless steel stemhead fitting - Pulpit with LED bow lights - Pushpit with lifebuoy bracket - 2 lifelines with gates, stern line on transom - 2 teak grab rails on coachroof - 6 mooring cleats with built-in fairleads - 2 (new SS) mooring cleats mounted on transom - Anchor locker with lock - 10 jammers on the coachroof - 2 winches on coaming for genoa - 2 winches on coachroof for main and spinnaker - 2 four-sheave cheek blocks - 2 two-sheave cheek blocks - 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable lead block - 1 mainsheet track on coachroof - Genoa furler run on coachroof - Spinnaker gear - 2 chainplates aft for lower, intermediate and upper shrouds - 2 backstay chainplates on transom - Mast step fitting with 8 blocks Companionway - 2 built-in solid SS grab rails - Steps: varnished teak open work - Plexiglas hatch board with interior and exterior locks and vent - Plexiglas hatch cover Navigation Station - Chart table (27'5" x 41.5") to starboard on a 45 degree angle towards the bows - Striplight - Adjustable spotlight - Bookshelves - Stowage bin to right of navigator seat - Contoured teak-battened navigator seat with stowage under - Access to fresh water pressure unit and filters under the chart table - Main electric panel, access to connections - 1 radio - DVD/AM/FM/iPod player integrated to 32 inch salon TV - 1 opening coachroof light with curtain - drape Electric Panel - Panel switches arranged horizontally - 20 x 12V circuit breakers - 3 x 220V circuit breakers (2-pole) and 1 x 220V differential breaker - 1 selective voltmeter - 1 ammeter for the battery-charger option - 1 ammeter for the engine alternators - 1 ammeter for the inboard services - 1 x 220V voltmeter - 1 water meter with reset button Saloon - Ergonomic U-shaped settee - Seat and backrest cushions with removable fabric covers - Cushion thickness 5" - Saloon table: foldup/fold/down lock in-place SS fittings, Center salon teak cabinet with Corian top and centerline grab rail, cabinet has wine glass and plate holder/seperators- 4 eye-level units with shelving - Stowage lockers under the settee - Headliner: light-colored rot-proof fabric - Coachroof screens with curtains - drapes - 1 opening decklight with blind - 1 fixed hull port with curtain - drape - 1 deck hatch with blind - Removable sole paneling in grooved teak with inspection hatch - Access panel to water stopcocks in end of settee - 4 LED overhead lights with 2 two-way switches - 2 adjustable LED spotlights - 1 night light with switch in companionway - 1 speaker - Centerline settee with stowage under and access to bilge pump - Headroom 6' 4.5" Galley - Located to port facing the saloon - Teak-worked galley unit with laminate work surface - Double sink in stainless steel - 2 sink cover boards - New Mixer tap with pressurized hot and cold water supply - Sea water supply via separate foot pump and tap - faucet - Stowage locker under the sink with boxes and access to stopcocks - Large storage space (or room for wastebasket) - 1 gas stove - 2 Eye-level galley units with stowage and microwave oven placement - 2 LED striplights above SS sink and refrigerator - 1 LED strip lightabove Nav station - 1 LED strip light inside refrigerator - 1LED light in Engine compartment - 1 LED light in Sail locker - 2 speakers - 1 x 12V power socket - access to cold unit under the oven - Refrigerator with new interior LED light, 8.12 cu. ft. - 230 l - 1 fixed hull port with curtain - 4 opening deck hatches with blinds - Coachroof light with curtains - drapes - Headroom 6' 4.5" Aft Cabins To Port and Starboard - Double berth (main cabin) 5' 4" x 6' 10" - Mattress with hyper vent, under newly covered (removable) dry fast open cell antimicrobial foam cusions- Mattress thickness 5" - 1 fixed hull port with curtain - drape - 1 opening cockpit port with blind - 1 opening deck light with blind - Hanging locker - 1 stowage unit with shelf - 2 berth overhead lights with switch - Access to engine - Under port berth, battery tray and stowage area - Under starboard berth fuel tank with shutoff - Headroom 6' 5" Forward Or Aft Washroom - GRP compartment with teak door - GRP washroom unit - 1 stainless steel washbasin 12" - Stainless steel grab rail - Tap - faucet with pressurized hot and cold water supply - Stowage locker under the sink with access to stopcocks - Clothes hook and towel ring - 1 mirror - Stowage unit with door and mirror above the washbasin - 1 deck light with blind (forward washroom) - 1 coachroof light with blind (aft washroom) - 1manual toilet (forward) with pump and 1 electric head (aft) - 1 x 12V power socket - Overhead LED light with red/white option in both heads - Shower water discharge by electric pump and filter - Shower with hose, pressurized hot and cold water supply - Headroom 6' 1" Forward Cabins To Port And Starboard - Double berth 4' 7" x 6' 8.5" - Mattress with frolic under newly covered (removable) dry fast open cell antimicrobial foam cushions - Mattress thickness 5" - Water tank and stowage area under the berth - 4 stowage areas under the berth - 2 Large lateral stowage shelves - 2 Hanging lockers - Stowage unit (portside only) - 4 reading spotlights - Head and hull liners light-colored rot-proof fabric - 4 deck hatches with blind - 2 removable grooved teak sole - 2 new SS vents on deck - 1 fixed hull port with curtain - drape -- Engine bay under the companionway - Fully soundproofed - Excellent all-around accessibility to engine - Engine mounted on galvanized bracket - Engine alternator 70 AH minimum - Single remote control lever in cockpit - Stuffing-box (maintenance-free) - Stainless steel prop shaft with rope cutter - Fixed 3-blade propeller - Fuel filter - water separator - Sea water filter. - Sea water intake cock (1-4 turn type) - Non-return valve - Battery load dispatcher - Electric ram ventilation - Engine bay red/white light - Battery charger - Shore isolation transformer - Inverter (12 VDC to 117 VAC - Webasto DBW 2010 diesel Heater - Webasto BlueCool het pump (electric) - Whisper 3.5 KW genset
Built in the genuine Jeanneau tradition, the Sun Odyssey 45.2, formerly the Jeanneau 45.2, is one of Jeanneau's brightest jewels. Designed to stand up to all that the sea can deliver, this sailboat represents the harmonious blend of performance, comfort, and elegance. The Sun Odyssey 45.2 has fine entry lines, a responsive and quick hull, and an unencumbered deck layout. In all weather conditions, even on autopilot, the Sun Odyssey 45.2 holds its course exceptionally well. The electronic instrumentation is visible from each of the twin helm stations. Even shorthanded sailing is made easy with the standard furling main and genoa, and the rigid boom vang. teak deck, luxury deck hardware, etc. Everything on board has been considered for peace of mind under sail. The cockpit, divided into 3 sections, is large and ideal for all types of use. The teak-battened stern skirt is wide and deep, and has two swinging doors for quick and easy stern entry. There are twin wheel helm stations, a folding cockpit table and long, comfortable seats for those on watch. There is plenty of accessible storage in two big sail lockers, plus a big watertight compartment towards the stern. The interior of the Sun Odyssey 45.2 is a prime example of quality and comfort. Available as a 3 cabin, 2 head layout. Standard below is an immense navigation station, bookshelves, storage compartments, and a big galley with an expansive countertop. The salon seats up to ten people around a fold up table for a warm and cozy atmosphere, or the table can fold down to allow easy access to the bookshelf and the two cabinets/under salon storage. The impressive forward owner's cabin, with an island double berth measuring 6 feet 9 inches by 5 feet 3 inches, has shelving, cupboards, and a large storage compartment under the berth. The spacious head compartment is equipped, along with the standard equipment, with a shielded shower area for comfort and safety.
Keel Type: Bulb
Ballast: 8,102 lb
Displacement: 21,208 sq ft
Max Draft: 6.6 ft
IJPE : 824.17 sq ft
I : 51.17 ft
J : 17.42 ft
P : 46.08 ft
E : 16.42 ft
El Shaddai is a 3 cabin layout with two heads, one forward one aft. She sleeps 5 comfortably (two in Vee berth, two in aft Starboard, one in Port aft cabin) with an additional accomodation for two in the main salon.
Her galley is large and well equipped, with a very large freezer/refrigerator, Microwave, new Gas oven/stove and lots of storage.
The traditional Nav Station is large and has all of the electronic and Navigation controls, entertainment and AC & DC outlets easily accessible.
NMEA 2000 network added (2020) including, Garmin 8610 plotter Garmin 315 VHF at Helm & Nav Station Garmin Phantom Radar Garmin AIS Airmar Depth/Speed transducer Raymarine Autopilot, upgraded 2005, with new hydraulics (2019) Raymarine St 60 instruments (2005) New VHF & AIS antennas fitted (2009) Aft radar Mast & outboard crane (new 2017)
El Shaddai has the following engines.
Main engine is a Yammer 4JH2TE (64 HP diesel) Gen Set is a Whisper 3.5 KW (fully automatic)
Standing Rigging, Steering cables (new 2017) Life lines (new 2010)Jib & Main Halyards (new 2010)
Boom Vang (2007) Hull Re-enforced to strengthen hull and to prevent hull flex, as follows (2009);
- an additional floor girder at aft trailing edge of keel
- a second floor girder was added below the Nav station
- Engine stringers were reinforced
Additional Units Included
- Plastimo 6 person Liferaft, Custom Transom Rail mounted
- EPIRB (in ditch bag/bracket)
- Ditchbag w/handheld GPS, VHF and additional supplies.
- Two electric bilge pumps.
- Manual bilge pump at helm
- Emergency portable bilge pump with hoses.
- Standard USCG flares/horn, PFDs
- Collision Mat
- Port light emergency covers
- Jack line pad eyes on deck and cockpit. Jack lines & Tethers.
Engine spares: V belts Impellers Fuel filters Oil filters
Also, Fuel lines are redundant, with a custom 2 racor in line system. Adequate tools to facilitate mechanical repairs whilst underway.