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EUR 375,000 (US$ 516,413)
Extremely well built and handsome, Sagamore has years more life in her as a cruiser and racer. Her first owner built her with a removable cruising interior but only used her as a flat out IMS Maxi racer. No expense was spared and she had the best of care including a major modification with fuller aft lines and new carbon spar in 1997. Since then she has only seen light, seasonal use. Her second owner used her for cruising on the coast of Maine and only raced in the Shipyard Cup. Her current owner cruised her in Maine before taking her to Italy where he installed a bowsprit for asymmetrical spinnakers, tweeked her IRC rating and mounted a removable windlass. Since 2008 she has been cruised and raced seasonally in Italy by her multi-boat owner and has established herself as a competitive racer and comfortable cruiser. She is in excellent condition and shows extremely well. For sale only because her owner wishes to move on to other projects, she is offered at an attractive price for a boat in "turn key" condition.
LOA: 81 ft 3 in
Beam: 18 ft 10 in
LWL: 68 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 13 ft 4 in
Displacement: 56850 lbs
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Coming down the companionway from the aft cockpit, there are fixed quarter berths to port and starboard with mounts for an upper pipe berth and built in cabinets above. Aft behind the ladder is a watertight bulkhead with sealing door.The chart table is on the center line forward with navigation and sailing instruments displayed in the panel in front. There are passageways forward to port an starboard. Outboard on each side is a fixed berth with two pipe berths above. The head compartment is in the middle with sink, vanity, head and door opening on both sides. Next forward are two more sets of triple berths on each side allowing for the entire off watch to sleep on the windward side. The engine compartment is on the center line and forward of that a large platform for sail handling with the big main hatch above. When racing the sails are stowed in the passageways and go in and out the main hatch. Forward on the starboard side, just aft of the mast is the U shaped galley with the top loading refrigerator and drinks cooler on the center line forward of the double stainless steel sinks and the top loading freezer outboard. The athwartships gimballed stove is at the head of the U with lockers above and outboard over the freezer counter. Opposite to port are large storage lockers for equipment with another set of lockers just forward. Opposite those lockers is the second head with sink, vanity, head and a separate shower stall. The rest of the area forward is used for sail and line stowage.At the forward end is a watertight bulkhead with sealing door.
Private master cabin forward with queen size berth.on the center line all the way forward, en-suite head with shower stall and large hanging locker and cloths storage on the port side along with a short settee. There is a door though the aft bulkhead to the main salon. All of the middle pipe berths are removed so there is sitting head room on top of the fixed berths. Deck cushions and gear bags can be stored on the upper pipe berths. There a a bulkhead across the boat at the aft end of the second set of berths that closes this area off from the aft part of the boat. On the starboard side of the engine box, there is a seat across the bulkhead and a table mounted in the U to form a settee. On the port side there is a door into a private cabin with a large lower berth and pipe berth above. The cabin has direct access into the head and a door aft into the aft cabin with the navigation table and two quarter berths. Through a door forward on the starboard side is another private cabin with upper and lower berths and direct access into the head.
The deck layout is all racing with a large steering cockpit aft with twin helms for good viability. The runner winches are at deck level behind the helms with a center line grinder pedestal at the cockpit level in front of the lazarette hatch.. The aft companionway is at deck level to starboard at the forward end of the cockpit with the main sheet winch on the center line. Forward of the main traveler is the mid cockpit with three grinder pedestals. The pedestals can be connected together or used separately to power the port and starboard primary winches and the main sheet.There is a small tailer cockpit behind the primary drums. Forward of the mid cockpit is the large main hatch and then the halyard winches and the mast. The wide open foredeck has a small hatch in the center. There are double lifelines all around with reinforced stanchions to prevent them from being bent inwards by a hefty crew. There is a pulpit at the boat and life lines across the stern.
For cruising, the handles of the main pedestals can be removed and the winches electrified. There are cushioned seats and padded backrests on the sides of the mid cockpit and a table that fits over the pedestals. Lazy jacks are fitted to control the mainsail and the #3 jib is used for ease of handling. She is quite comfortable in the configuration a amazingly easy to handle with a small crew.
• Lewmar winches -- including 2 primaries, 2 s.t. secondaries, 3 halyard winches, mainsheet, 2 runners, 2 traveller tag line and handles as needed • Pedestals -- primary system includes 3 permanent and 1 removable pedestal for runners • Lewmar ventilation hatches and portlights • Lewmar and Harken blocks and tracks • Harken custom padeyes • Chain drive steering with vectran cables and aluminum quadrant • Carbon Steering pedestals and wheels • Richie steering compasses mounted on steering pedestals • Engine throttle control with start/stop buttons • Removable electric anchor windlass (2010)
Sails & Rigging
RIGGING • Offshore Spars carbon mast (1997) • Navtec rigging • Jumbo displays on back of mast • Adjustable links for headstay • Kevlar running backstays • Kevlar permanent backstay with integral SSB antenna • Navtec hydraulics-- 4 pumps and 3 panels for control of backstay, jib cars, jib cunningham, checkstays, main outhaul, main cunningham, and main vang • Carbon spinnaker pole • Aluminum reaching strut • Carbon bowsprit for asymmetrical spinnakers (2010) SAILS • Mainsail Carbon 2011 • Light jib • Medium • Heavy 3 • Storm jib • Storm Trysail • Asymmetrical Spinnakers A0,A1,A 1.5,A2,A4,A5 • Staysail
• Perkins M 240 TI 200 HP Diesel Engine • Shaft Drive • Feathering Propeller • Racor filters • 12 & 24 volt electrical system • Switch panel • Battery Charger • Pressure water • Hot water tank • Refrigeration, engine driven • Propane stove
• Carbon fiber composite Hull and Deck • Carbon fiber rudder and rudderpost • Steel keel shaft • Lead keel bulb • White AwlGrip hull
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-242-3563Tel: 203-687-4700