Just reduced! Again, now asking $325,000. Please not the addtion of a bow thruster in June before her transatlantic to Brittany- 12 days from St. Johns Newfoundland. BIGOUDEN was equipped at the factory with a full compliment of topnotch electronics and accessories for display at the 2003 Miami International Boat Show. Her current owner has added many updates 2006-2011. She features Harken electric primaries and halyard winches, Harken roller furling system, Northern Lights generator, Espar diesel heat, Sea Recovery watermaker, B&G instruments, Iridian phone 950A interfaced with OCENS email and weather (2008), Furuno radar and B&G GPS, Marine Nav Nautilus Extreme PC running Maxsea and OCENS (2008), and much more. She is equipped for travel anyhwere and with her minimal 3'1" draft with the centerbaord up she can not only cross oceans but she can get into areas most ocean going sailing yachts can't. You will be hard presswed to find a better equipped, easy to handle 50'sailing yacht anyhwere. She is ready to go and in excellent condition.
BIGOUDEN was outfitted at the factory for her introduction at the 2003 Miami International Boat Show and is extensively equipped with the best including: Northern Lights 5kw generator, Espar diesel heating-2006, Lewmar electric primaries and halyard winch, Profurl roller furling genoa sytem, radar, auto pilot, GPS chartplotter, and full sailing instruments, Sea Recovery watermaker-2007, etc.,etc.. Her four cabin arangement sleeps eight without compromising the Main Saloon. With her large portlights, hullside ports, and overhead hatches she is light and airy below. The Alubat hulls are known for their structural integrity, offshore, and shoal draft (minimal 3'1" board up) capabilities. Why not start your cruise on the East Coast of the United States with access to the New England and Canadian Maritimes, then Bermuda, the Caribbean, or the Bahamas! Maybe the West Coast calls and Alaska. Newport is a great seaport to provision and set off from and has extensive maratime assets close by. Please contact Tom Maynard -Central Agent- who has sailed on this yacht here and in the Caribbean. C. 401 678 6671
Accommodations & Interior
She has attractive satin gloss finished Cherry paneling, grey specked Corian type galley countertop, and white cloth headliner. Her large salon portlights provide great light and visual connection to the outside. She also has portlights in her hull sides providing visual access to the outside while seated . She has four overhead hatches as well as the main companionway hatch providing good natural ventilation.
Down the companionway ladder the navigation station is to port with: Furuno Navnet VX3 radar display w/ C Map (2008), Marine Nav Nautilus Extreme PC running Maxsea and OCENS (2008). KEP Marine Pilothouse Monitor (2009). Furuno Radar & B&G GPS interfaced to Navnet (original) B&G H1000.w/ hydraulic auto pilot. VHF, Iridium 9505A interfaced to OCENS email and weather (2008).
Main cabin/day head is opposite to starboard with H&C pressure water and shower.
Large U shaped dinette area to port, table with folding leaves making it comfortable for sitting down for snacks or a dinner for eight.
Galley is opposite to starboard spanning about six feet. There is ample room to prepare meals with a three burner propane stove w/oven, a large stainless steel sink with hot & cold pressure water, custom top and front loading refrigerator and freezer with extra insualtion. There are many cabinets above and below the galley counter providing excellent storage in this area.
Aft there are two generous equal guest cabins port and starboard with double berths, hanging lockers, storage caninets. shelves and two opening ports each.
Forward of the main salon you enter a walkthrough area with upper and lower guest berhts outboard with privacy/lee cloths. The door to the Master cabin is forward to port.
The Master Stateroom contains a large double berth with an ovrehead hatch, port light, hanging locker and shelves. Forward is a large head with hot & cold pressure water and shower. The anchor locker is accessed from here.
Cruising main with full battens, Harken cars and track system-reefs from cockpit.
New 150% genoa 2011
Deck & Rigging
Double lifelines with gates port, starboard, and aft.
Aluminum bow pulpit
Anchor roller on short welded sprit forward, and anchor roller aft on transom.
Welded genoa tracks
Large welded bow, spring, and stern cleats.
Welded dinghy davit system aft off arch with antennas mounted there as well.
Running back stays for offhore sailing
Hydraulic centerboard with manual override and indicator lights at helm for up/down positions.
Scoop stern with swim platform, integral swim ladder and hot & cold pressure shower.