From the board of Vincenzo Baglietto and built by the Baglietto yard – SINCERITY, originally JANUA, could be billed an Italian masterpiece. Designed as a fast comfortable cruiser her cutaway forefoot and Bermudan rig (original sail plan) make her fast and able. Her unusually high bulwarks, combined with the reserve buoyancy in her bow and stern, keep her exceptionally dry, while her long keel and 94 ton displacement steady her for easy handling, and comfort – even in heavy weather.
The yacht’s interior is mostly original, of mahogany with birds eye maple inlays, incredibly beautiful exactly as one would expect from a yacht built in Italy during this period. She is well suited for an owner’s party of five with further accommodation for a crew of four.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
CONSTRUCTION AND FINISH
Teak planking on oak frames, copper rivet and bronze screw fastened - all through hulls are bronze. Flush teak deck with high bulwarks affording privacy and shelter. Much of the hull below the waterline was renewed in 1997 and 1998. Blue hull with white boot top, gold cove strip and red below.
ACCOMMODATION AND DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT
SINCERITY unlike the great majority of this vintage, which have been gutted and had their interiors replaced, has retained probably 90% of her original interior; lovingly preserved, and resulting in the warm and inviting accommodation that was one of the hallmarks of quality yachts of her era. Interior is mahogany marquetry paneling with birds-eye maple inlays, solid red-oak parquet cabin sole. Ventilation provided by 10 opening portholes, hatches, companionways, skylights, and 8 thru-hull deck vents.
She can accommodate seven in three cabins, of which two are double staterooms and of these the owner’s is very light and spacious. The aft cabin features a double berth to starboard with a single berth opposite to port and a personal washbasin recessed in an antique vanity cabinet; the starboard cabin has an 8 ft single bed (commonly used as a double) to starboard with a single athwartships; and opposite to port is a cosy, hardwood paneled single stateroom, which with its ample storage space and location at the base of the curved staircase, can easily serve as the captain's cabin. There are 2 large opening portholes and a ventilation hatch into the deckhouse. The quarters (including head with wash basin) for an additional 4 crew are in the forepeak, forward of the galley, allowing excellent service with maximum privacy for guests. The main saloon offers dining for 8 adjacent the galley (and there is also a dining table for 8 to 12 on the deck).
The galley, which has dining space for the crew is equipped with
- Electrolux 4 burner propane stove with large oven, - Stainless steel ice box, - Electrolux 2 KW professional steamer, - Electrolux microwave, - Large built-in 220V fridge/freezer
RIG, SPARS AND SAILS
Bermudan ketch rig with painted aluminum spars and stainless steel standing rigging.
Sails by Doyle Norway 2002
- Flying jib 300 sq ft - Jib 500 sq ft - Staysail 500 sq ft - Fully battened mainsail 1,100 sq ft rebuilt 2006 - Mizzen jib 200 sq ft - Mizzen 450 sq ft - Mizzen staysail 1,500 sq ft - Asymmetric spinnaker 2,700 sq ft
DECK EQUIPMENT AND GROUND TACKLE
- Brass bell - Docking lines - Boathook - Fenders - Spreader lights - Covers for all sails - Lifelines - New large 500 sq ft deck awning - Cushions for aft deck - 220 V electric anchor windlass - CQR type anchor on bow roller with 300 feet / 91. 4 metre galvanized chain - 9 ft RIB 15 HP outboard
MECHANICAL ELECTRICAL AND TANKAGE
- 1998 Volvo TAMD63 230 HP 6 cyl diesel engine (fully serviced 2009 and 2005). - 4,000 engine hours at July 2010 - 3 bladed fixed propeller on stainless-steel shaft (2004) - Cruising speed circa 8 knots at 1,950 rpm - 24 V domestic lighting - 24 V starting system - 24 V alternator, engine driven - Circuit breaker panel - 220V shore-power - Master V charger - Northern Lights 7.5 KW generator (rebuilt 2006) - The vessel is grounded - 220 gallon / 1,000 l fuel in stainless steel - 220 gallon / 1,000 l water in stainless steel - Grey water holding tank Stainless steel
NAVIGATION COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS
- 3 x GPS; Furuno and Garmin - Furuno 24 mile radar - Autohelm - ICOM IC M 710 SSB - Robertson autopilot - Mini M Satcom
- 2 x 24 V bilge pumps - 1 x 220 V electric bilge pump - 4 x Fire extinguishers - EPIRB - Flares - 10 x PFD safety harness - 8 person Viking offshore life raft (last inspected 2010) - 2 x horseshoe rings - 2 x strobe lights
1998 under previous owner - Aft unoriginal deck house removed - All planking and frames below waterline - New main engine - Sanded to bare wood
Under current ownership - Steel supports under deckhouse changed to stainless and deckhouse sole renewed - Structural survey found rotten frames in lazarette only some15 frames replaced there - Changed all steel under deck for shrouds mizzen port side - Renewed mizzen mast step - Replaced lazarette wrought iron - Re caulked ¾ deck planking - Re caulked all planking above waterline - Rebuilt forward WC - Updated electrics to Norwegian Bureau of Shipping requirements (certified) - Changed autopilot - Renewed cabin sole throughout (¾ inch quarter sawn oak) - Renewed cabin sole beams as necessary (mahogany) - Renewed all sails by Doyle (prepared for new rig; Bermudan with 3 head sails) - Renewed all standing rigging except shrouds - All awnings and covers - Rebuilt galley with granite counter, 4 burner propane, steamer and microwave - Added natural ventilation (4 holes in deck) - Added portholes in skylights for underway ventilation - Renewed part of refrigeration system - Made double berth in aft cabin and removed one closet - Changed toilet systems - Installed oil heater aft cabin - Made bench in front of deckhouse - Made box behind main mast - Made outside pillows on stern - Renewed all running rigging, changed running backs to carbon fiber - Added rigging to mizzen which is not triadic to avoid need for running backs - Renewed cap rail aft - Integrated flag pole pipefitting in new bronze structural member for transom - Removed permanent previous backstay for mizzen and hardware - Renewed nav light boxes and changed their positions