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Priced To Sell!
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Sausalito, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 69,500
Here is a unique opportunity to purchase a rare CSY 44 Mid-Cockpit Cutter. The current owner has had Sea Horse for nearly 12 years and reluctantly selling her. She is the deep draft version (6' 6"). A rugged and roomy vessel with generous fuel and water tankage, she is a great vessel for the budget-minded cruiser. Prime Clipper Yacht Harbor slip may transfer to new owner. Just detailed inside and with well-kept brightwork, she shows well. Come see her!
Please contact Joe Biondo at 415.254.0141
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: CSY Yacht Corp.
Designer: Peter Schmitt
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 44 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
LWL: 36 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Displacement: 33000 lbs
Ballast: 12000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 55 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 6 in
Total Power: 60 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1979
Engine Model: 4-154
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1548
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 60 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (50 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Electrical Circuit: 110V
Hull, Deck & Anchor Setup
The CSY44 is a ruggedly-built cutter with a hefty layup schedule. The clipper bow, raised aft deck and high freeboard give her a distinctive look. The cabin trunk has several hatches for light and ventilation. The underbody has a cutaway forefoot, long keel and skeg-hung rudder giving stability and reasonable performance on and off the wind. An epoxy barrier coat was applied 2007. All new bronze thru-hull fittings installed 2011. Forward the deck is flush with raised bulwarks and cabin top hatches, 5 in all, plus 2 skylight hatches over the main cabin. There is plenty of room on the side decks for walking forward and aft.
Just aft of the side gates a couple of steps up and over the coaming takes you to the cockpit. A low-profile dodger and bimini (with sight window) give plenty of protection. Additional canvas panels fully enclose the cockpit, increasing living area. The cockpit is huge, with 3 large lockers that hold extra gear. Cushions provide seating comfort. A removable table mounts to the pedestal and stows n the aft cabin. An insulated ice chest set into the seat with drain keeps liquids cold. 2 lift-up panels in the sole provide easy access to the engine and fuel tanks. A companionway forward goes to the main cabin and one aft to the aft stateroom. Each area has a side-opening door that splits into upper and lower panels for easy access. The large aft deck is easily reached, with a sunning area. Additional canvas covers the staysail and mast base.
Anchoring is handled by a Maxwell 1200 watt Anchor Windlass, foot-operated with up and down switches and a hand-held remote (2003). Holding the boat to the bottom is a 45# CQR anchor with 250' chain and anchor swivel (2003). A flip-up panel at the foot of the forward berth opens to the chain locker. A 22# Danforth secondary anchor is on a 50' chain and 150' rope rode, stored in an aft deck locker.
Sails, Standing & Running Rigging
Sea Horse's sails were new in 4/2003 and have seen little use since then. The inventory consists of: UK main w/double reef points and lazy jacks, Ullman 135% jib on Hood Seafurl 2 furler, and a self-tacking club-footed staysail that hanks on. In addition, there is a 1.5 oz. asymmetrical spinnaker with sock.
The keel-stepped mast has two sets of spreaders, formidable chainplates, and running backstays, with a 3-position boom crutch aft of the cockpit. The Schaefer traveler is located aft of the cockpit. A painted whisker pole will attach to a short mast track.
A full compliment of winches are: At the mast: (2) Lewmar 16's, (1) Lewmar 8 Companionway: (1) Lewmar 8 Boom: (1) Lewmar 8, Coaming: (2) Lewmar 48's as the primaries, and a Lewmar 30 handles the main sheet.
Engine and Tankage
Sea Horse is powered by a reliable 60 horsepower Perkins 4-154 engine with just 1,547 hours. There is a Racor fuel filter in addition to the engine primary filter, and an electric fuel pump. A single lever mounted on the pedestal controls the throttle and transmission, with a lock-out button. The engine drives a 1.5" bronze shaft, at the end of which is a 3-blade fixed pitch bronze prop.
The fuel tank fillers are reached by lifting the seat just behind the pedestal. Aluminum fuel tanks lie there.
The water tanks are fiberglass and located beneath the cabin sole.
The forward holding tank is beneath the forward berth. The aft head has a LectraSan unit, with holding tank in the engine bay.
Electronics & Electrical
At the helm and cockpit: Hummingbird Depth Gauge, Richie 6" Compass, Garmin GPS Map 441 Plotter (2007), Autohelm ST7000 autopilot. At the nav table: West Marine VHF Radio, Furuno 24 mile radar.
Electrical systems composed of: Heart 2000 watt inverter with Link 2000 monitor, 140 Amp alternator on engine (2002), (2) 12 volt AGM sealed batteries (2007). Duplex AC outlets are located throughout the boat, including one in the engine bay. The DC circuit panel is located above the refer/freezer and the AC panel on port above the galley.
The forward cabin has a large V-berth with center filler. There are 4 fixed ports in the hull, 3 opening ports with heavy bronze frames, and an overhead hatch. Two drawers under each berth, a bureau with 3 drawers and hanging locker are on starboard, plus a privacy door.
The forward head divides into two sections which can be closed off into a separate head with Jabsco toilet, stainless steel sink and a sit-down shower section The shower has a deck prism and the head has a hatch and opening port. Drawers and lockers complete the accommodations.
The main cabin has a teak and holly sole, and counter tops and bulkhead are finished in Nevermar. There is an L-shaped settee which seats 4 and a straight one to starboard, with a dropleaf table in the middle. The starboard settee coverts to a double berth. There are drawers under each settee plus additional dry storage and a separate hanging locker. Overhead are 3 hatches. 6 bronze framed ports plus a large port that open to the cockpit provide light and ventilation. A bronze-cased clock and barometer ride on the forward bulkhead. A brass oil lamp hangs from the overhead.
The galley is in the aft part of the main cabin and spans both sides of the companionway.
The aft cabin is accessed through the cockpit, with teak battens on the sides of the hull. There are 7 rectangular opening ports recessed into the hull. In addition, there is an opening hatch. There is a large double berth with shelves alongside. 3 lift-up panels beneath give access to the autopilot drive unit, steering cables and the emergency rudder post. A bureau has 3 drawers plus 2 more drawers beneath the berth. A 3' wide hanging locker is located next to the companionway, with the chart table over it and a swivel seat. The large curtained head is to port with drawers, opening hatch and port and a large area for showering.
The galley has 7 linear feet of counter space. A deep storage locker is under the counter inboard of the stove and 4 drawers inboard of the double stainless steel sink, with fresh and saltwater faucets, plus storage underneath. A shelved locker is located over the stove. A 3 burner Princess stove and oven is connected to 10 gallon propane tanks. A Samsung microwave is located in a converted cockpit locker and is easily removed.
The big 2-door ice box and adjacent freezer are to starboard, opposite the galley and adjacent to the companionway. Over it is another large locker. The freezer and refrigerator both run off a holding plate powered by the engine compressor.
There are 4 fire extinguishers: 2 in the cockpit, 2 in the main cabin and 1 in the aft cabin. Books and manuals for the vessel and engine are aboard.
Safety Equipment: 5 Type II PFD's, 2 Type III PFD's, 1 Type V PFD, Lifesling.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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