Super clean, well cared for ONE OWNER since new, Freshwater Yacht! This vessel is loaded with options! All the
sails controlled with the push of a button!
Best of all worlds - raised deck saloon sailboat, fit with a powerful
engine. Sit inside watching the world go by while warm and dry. No
more leaping around the deck and winding winches in the rain.
Yanmar Diesel with 450hrs
Full Raymarine electronics suite
Fully Roller Furling
Centralized sail control in aft cockpit with electric winch,
multiple sheet stoppers, and line bins.
Mainsail furler, outhaul, and sheet, plus jib sheet are all
routed below decks to the aft sail control console;jib furler and outhaul lines run alongside deck to aft
cockpit area with stoppers and leads to an electric winch on the console.
Push button helm and cockpit control of main and jib sheets.
In-mast furling main with vertical battens, boom vang/preventer.
Much Much More!
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From Cruising World:
"Given both an aging demographic looking for ways to extend the
free life afloat and a brand following is known to favor solid
construction and comfort over high performance, IP has made a bold,
yet almost inevitable, move into the motor-sailing market. It's done
so honestly and well with the SP Cruiser, for it does exactly what the
company says it will do: provide "year-round boating comfort,
trawler-like livability, motoring performance, and simple and
versatile sailing." With an SA/D of 14.8 and a D/L of 223, the
sailing will depend on ample wind from a favorable direction. The boat
sailed an honest 6.3 knots with a beam wind of 16 knots. It stood well
to its limited canvas, which adds distance and security to its
motoring range of 1,000 nautical miles. For light-air or close-hauled
work, the 100-horsepower Yanmar takes charge, controlled from a
comfortable, out-of-the-weather pilothouse helm that has excellent
visibility.The sail controls, located aft of the cabin house, are too
far from the wheel for safe sailing. Apparently aware of this, IP
designers are presently working on an electric drum winch that will
allow push-button sail control from the helm station. Although not
pitched as a blue-water passage-maker, the SP Cruiser has a reassuring
stability index of 39 and a capsize righting moment of 155 degrees.The
most innovative feature is the forward cockpit, which is designed
purely for lounging, away from all sail and motor controls. With the
addition of handholds and rails, the aft platform will extend the
loading, relaxing, and working space considerably.The interior, which
includes the raised-deck helm and dining area, is spacious and
sensible. Systems are of typical IP high standards and coupled with
the company's 3/10/10 warranty, one may expect manageable maintenance
and sound customer service."