1996 Saga 40
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Inverkip, Inverclyde, United Kingdom
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- Current Price:
- £ 54,500 Tax Not Paid (US$ 76,327)
One twin bed cabin aft, one double berth in the forward cabin and two singles in the saloon with one heads. Volvo MD22A 59hp 4 cylinder diesel engine.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 12.19 m
Beam: 3.68 m
LWL: 9.75 m
Maximum Draft: 6.40 m
Displacement: 13826 kgs Half Load
Ballast: 5089 kgs
Headroom: 2.0 m
Total Power: 59 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: MD22A
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 59 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
Number of single berths: 3
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1
Number of bathrooms: 1
Electrical Circuit: 12V
Total Liferaft Capacity: 6
Designed by Alan Pape, the Saltram 40 is a classic double-ended, cutter rigged cruising yacht fitted out to a high standard by Skentlebery of Plymouth. Ikinoo is a strongly built yacht finished in white GRP with a green stripe, white superstructure with green treadmaster on deck.
With her aft cockpit, short coachroof and flush deck, Ikinoo is a very attractive yacht of a type commonly regarded as being amongst the most seaworthy yachts built.
Originally fitted with a number of extras and upgrades over and above the standard Saga Saltram 40, Ikinoo is presented as a very well-equipped, easily handled cruising yacht
With her traditional transom hung rudder and tiller you can steer Ikinoo yourself, or leave it to either her electric autohelm or Monitor wind-vane self-steering system.
Fitted with a 59 HP Volvo diesel engine giving a cruising speed of 6 to 8kts.
Below decks, her warm teak interior, exposed beams, green upholstery and Dickinson Newport diesel heater make her as well suited to northern climes as crossing oceans.
Hull and Construction
Standard Saga 40 hull with short coach roof. The hull is in white GRP, epoxied from new, with a green stripe. The superstructure is white, as is the deck with green treadmaster.
Ikinoo is double ended yacht designed by Alan Pape. With 5 tons of cast iron ballast in her long keel, she is a very stable and seaworthy boat.
Her short coachroof and wide side decks make for easy access forward for anchor and sail handling.
Fitted with a Monitor wind-vane self-steering system Ikinoo was built with blue water cruising in mind.
- 2 x freshwater tanks 75gal each (stainless steel).
- 1 x fuel tank 30gal (stainless steel).
- 1 x diesel heater tank 10gal (stainless steel).
Ikinoo boasts one twin bed cabin aft and a double berth in the forward cabin, plus two singles in the saloon. There is full standing headroom in the Galley, Main Cabin and in the Forward Cabin.
The two-berth cabin aft has a hanging locker and good stowage under the berths.
Starboard aft is where the heads and shower compartment is, with hot and cold pressurised water.
At the foot of the companionway an L-shaped galley to port fitted with a gimballed Plastimo Neptune gas cooker with 2-burners, grill and oven. There is also a double stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold fresh water and seawater taps. There is also an inbuilt fridge/freezer.
To starboard, there is the forward facing chart table large enough for full-size admiralty charts and stowage under for several chart folios.
Moving forward there is a settee berth to port, with lee cloths, and with bookshelves and lockers above. A folding table, doubling as a drinks locker, gives ample room for the whole crew to sit around.
To starboard, there is a pilot berth with leeboards, plus two additional seats.
A Dickinson Newport diesel fired heater, with its own fuel tank, ensure the main cabin stays nice and warm even in the worst of weather. Exposed beams give a nice traditional appearance.
The forecabin is fitted with a double berth with leeboards, plus two good sized hanging lockers and a dressing table.
There is a bosun's locker in the forepeak large enough for two bicycles plus all the spares required for extended cruising. Forward of that gives access to the chain locker.
- Dimplex cold watcher 500 electric heater.
- Dehumidifier WDH-316DB.
Mast, Rigging and Sails
When new, Ikinoo had a number of extras fitted compared to the standard Saga Saltram 40. These include:-
- A taller rig than standard which improves performance in light airs. There are also two folding mast steps at the top of the mast. Ideal when creeping past coral heads off some tropical island!
- Extra long genoa tracks to accommodate the Yankee staysail.
- Upgraded halyard winches. Lewmar 40 plus Lewmar 30 and 16 (both self-tailing).
- Halyard clutches and cleats.
- Spinnaker pole with vertical stowage on the mast.
- Emergency forestay on Wichard tensioner.
- Furling system on forestay by Furlex 310S (2012).
- Mast rails (granny bars)
The current sail wardrobe comprises:-
- Slab reefing Mainsail (1996) + spare.
- Stack Pack, Mainsail cover and Lazy Jacks.
- Hanked on Jib (1996) + spare.
- Roller furling Staysail (1996) + spare.
- Yankee by Ratsey and Lapthorn.
- Spinnaker with all running gear.
Mechanical / Electrical
- Volvo MD22A 59hp 4 cylinder diesel engine.
- Freshwater cooled with seawater heat exchanger.
- Volvo M52B-1 gearbox (2.3:1 reduction).
- Conventional shaft drive to a fixed 3-blade propeller.
- Single lever control in the cockpit.
- Fuel consumption approx 2L/hour.
- Range approx. 300 miles.
- Cruising speed 6 to 8 kts.
- 2 x 125 Ah Domestic batteries (June 2012).
- 1 x 100 Ah Fridge battery ( June 2012).
- 1 x 125 Ah Engine battery (2013)
- Shore power with shore power cable.
- 240v battery charger and inverter.
- Vetus battery engine management system.
Deck and Deck Equipment
Built to a high specification Ikinoo has a number of extras which make her easier and safer to sail.
- The deck and cockpit seats are finished in green treadmaster for good non-slip properties.
- Extra long genoa tracks have been fitted to accommodate the Yankee.
- Mast rails (granny bars) to give security when hoisting, lowering or reefing the mainsail.
- 2 x Lewmar 48 primary winches (self-tailing).
- 2 x Lewmar 30 secondary winches (self-tailing).
- Spinnaker pole stores vertically on the mast.
- Emergency forestay and Wichard tensioner.
- Double bow roller.
- Self-stowing main anchor (55lb Delta with 55mtrs 7/16 chain).
- Second main anchor (45lb CQR).
- 30lb angel plus 10m line, shackle and marlin spike.
- Simpson Lawrence SL555 manual windlass.
- Anchor bitts plus port and starboard mooring cleats.
- Stainless steel pushpit and pulpit
- Alloy stanchions, supported abreast the cockpit, support lifelines between pulpit. From stanchions to the pushpit the lifelines are terminated with pelican hooks.
- Sprayhood with grab bar.
- Cockpit tent by Owen Sails.
- Cockpit dodgers
- Deck shower.
- Avon Rover 2.20 rib dinghy 2 oars & repair kit.
- 2.3hp outboard engine.
- 8 mooring warps.
- Mooring strop 3m x 5cm.
- 9 fenders.
- Spare tiller.
- Bosun's chair.
- 8' wooden boat hook.
- Adjustable alloy boathook.
- Stainless steel steps for pontoon access.
- 5 x 10 ltr diesel cans.
- 1 x 5 ltr petrol can.
- 1 large funnel for fuelling from diesel cans.
- Sailor 144C VHF Radio with cockpit speaker.
- Autohelm ST50 Echosounder at chart table with cockpit repeater.
- Autohelm ST50 speed/log at chart table with cockpit repeater.
- Furuno 1721 Radar at the chart table.
- Autohelm Wind Speed and Direction in the cockpit.
- Plastimo Contest Compass.
- Autohelm ST4000 with a handheld remote control unit. This unit can interface with the Monitor wind-vane system for greater versatility and reduced power consumption.
- Garmin Montana 600 handheld GPS.
- Monitor wind vane.
- Monitor wind vane spares kit including replacement lines.
- Plastimo Offshore Liferaft. Last serviced May 2012.
- EPIRB. GME MT400.
- 2 Henderson bilge pumps.
- 4 fire extinguishers.
- Fire blanket.
- Gas Detector.
- Hand operated horn.
- Man overboard recovery system.
- Subrella emergency hull patch.
- Double action hand pump.
- Ocean safety offshore flare pack - expires Dec 18.
- Bolt cutters.
- Henderson single acting MK5 pump AK8050 kit.
We have owned Ikinoo since November 1998 and have extensively sailed the West Coast of Scotland in her over the years from Craobh Marina. She is in sound condition and has been regularly maintained over the years with many upgrades, more recently we have replaced the furling gear, battery charger and have added a cockpit canopy.
We are selling the boat reluctantly due to personal circumstances with a view to downsizing at some point in the future.
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.
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as life rafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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