Sail-World’s John Curnow speaks to the designer of the new Sun Odyssey 410.
“We always manage to add new ideas, and to push them forward. If it becomes right commercially, then it enters the ‘aesthetical code’. Inverted curvature, which is logical with stability, internal volume, and the aesthetics of a stern not too high from the water came into being like this. So too the recent fore overhang, inverted bow, which is a direct a consequence of it, large bow section, which gives internal volume, and it also gives more power, without an increase in beam.”
“Obviously we had to push them a bit, but with past success of Sun Odyssey 349, Jeanneau are trusting us more and more on our feeling on evolution… Not revolution!”