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  1. 1980 SAGA DOUBLE ENDER

    January 7, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    IN THE PROCESS OF REFIT.ALL HARD STUFF DONE.ENGINE REBUILD BY PROFESHIONAL MACHANIC{MYSELF}.NEW DECKS FROM STEM TO STERN.HAS RUNNING COLD AND HOT WATER,HAS SHOWER AND BLAKE HEAD WORKING.HAS A STOVE THE WORKS.SHE IS A BEAUTIFUL BOAT WE JUST NEED MORE ROOM.

    Equipment on Board:


  2. 2000 Saga 43

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This Blue Water Cruiser is exceptionally well-maintained and equipped. She is fast and comfortable, yet has an impeccable cherry and oak interior for comfortable living. A must see. Original owner.

    Equipment on Board:

    Factory installed arch, oversized mainsail,oversized winches, oversized SS wheel, premium vectran sails,spinnaker w/sock, watertight bulkhead,dedicated workshop,forward facing nav station, dedicated pantry, Frigoboat system with keel coolers for freezer and refrigerator,4 bilge pumps, VP Max prop, VM watermaker, 9.0 AquaPro dinghy w/ 8HP Yamaha. Eclipse Stereo w/Bose sound system, Samsung HD TV, repainted mast 2011, serviced engine 2011, bottom paint 2011, new cutlass bearing 2011, new shaft seal 2011, inspected &rebolted chainplates 2011,new lifelines 2011.


  3. 1999 Saga 43

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Hull #22 from Saga Yachts of Ontario, Canada. Attitude, commissioned in March 1999, is an extremely well equipped sailing yacht. She was designed for self-sufficient operations to include extended cruising. Attitude is setup for either single-handed or couples sailing. All on-deck operations can be executed from the safety of the protected cockpit. Attitude is an excellent example of modern yacht design with all the comforts of home. The layout features a split cabin, forward master with private head and aft cabin with adjoining head and shower enclosure. This yacht was customized with features not found in a standard Saga, including the following items: a forward facing chart table; a watertight bulkhead in the forward head; two large capacity electrical bilge pumps and two manual bilge pumps, diverter valves on the showers sumps for further water removal from the yacht if needed; a hard dodger and bimini to keep the weather away from the cockpit; and an arch for carrying the dingy and antennas

    Equipment on Board:

    Sails & Storm sails:
    Two head stays with Schaffer roller furling
    Doyle flull batten main with Cradle Cover with Lazy Jacks (2009)
    Cockpit reefing for main and head sails
    Harkens bat car system
    Genoa 130%, original
    100% Doyle, 2007
    Tri-sail, storm jib.

    Electronics:
    Instruments, (4) Garmin GMI 10 digital displays, (3) in cockpit, (1) at NAV new 2009
    Garmin GWS 10 wind system, , Speed, direction, air temperature, air pressure new 2009
    AIRMAR removable tri-ducer depth, speed, water temp, new 2009
    GPS. Garmin GPS 17X, WASS new 2009
    ChartPlotter, Garmin GPSMAP 4212, chartplotter/radar overlay new 2009
    Radar, Garmin GMR 18 HD digital high definition 4 kw, 36 nm radar new 2009
    Autopilot, Raymarine ST7001 with hand held remote controller Control panel and remot controller new 2009
    SSB, Icom IC-M710 with automatic tuner
    VHF, Standard GX2335s Nova with Ram Mic. Two antennas mast/arch.
    ARC Global Fix 406 GEPIRB Battery new 2009
    Sound system, Alpine AM/FM CD with CD changer and remote control
    Skymate VHF band, low earth orbit ORBCOM satalite email and weather system
    Alarm system with built-in deck sensors
    Vizio 22: LED HD TV New 2010

    Electrical equipment:
    Eight GPL-4CT 6V Lifeline AGM batteries in one house bank (880 ah total) (New 11/2010)
    One starting GP 27AGM battery (100 ah) (New 11/2010)
    Link 2000 Dual battery bank monitor and remote inverter/charger control New 2008
    150amh alternator with Balmar Max charge 614 multi-stage smart regulator, regulator new 2010
    Blue Seas Dual Sensing Automatic Battery Charger, 100 amp, 7610 new 2010
    Air Marine Breeze wind generator, 200 watt new 2009
    Two Siemens 75 watt solar panels with controller
    Two Kyocera 135 watt solar panels with Blue Sky controller new 2008
    Inverter/charger, Heart Interface Model 20, 2000 watt inverter, 100 amp charger
    Galvanic isolator
    50amp shore power
    Air conditioning, Marine Air one 16,000btu, and one 8,000btu (Reverse heat).
    Five circulating fans
    Cable TV and phone jacks

    Engine Room:
    Engine, Yanmar 50 hp, 4JH2E, SN 11345
    Gear box, Kanzaki, SN 13561
    Generator, 120 VAC, 3.5 kw, Next Generation Power, UCM1-3.5, SN E70-704675
    Electric oil change system for engine, transmission and gen set
    Kidde FM 2000 Auto fire system
    Max-Prop
    Tides Marine dripless shaft seal
    Dual Racor engine fuel filters
    Racor fuel filter for gen set
    Electric fuel boost pump for priming
    Fuel manifold for tank selection and transfer

    Deck hardware:
    1 Lewmar electric 44 ST winch
    1 Lewmar 44 ST winch
    2 Lewmar 54 ST primary winches
    2 Lewmar 50 ST secondary winches
    1 Lewmar 30 ST mast winch
    4 winch handles
    Four dorade vents
    Hydraulic split backstay, Navtec system 4 way valve for expansion.
    200’ 5/16 HT chain ,55# Ronca primary anchor new 2011
    30’ chain & 200’ of 5/8” rode , 44# Delta secondary anchor
    Anchor windless, Lofrans Progress 1000, 1000 watt with a remote control at the helm. New 2010
    Winslow Cobra rack and pinion steering
    Single lever engine and transmission control
    All lines led to cockpit for single handed sailing
    cylinders

    Safety:
    ARC Global Fix 406 GEPIRB, battery 2009
    Winslow 6-man Ocean life raft, repack 2009
    Smoke detector
    Carbon monoxide detector
    LPG Sniffer
    5 hand held fire extinguishers (serviced 2009)
    Kidde FM 2000 Auto fire system in engine room
    Flare kit
    Horn, Bell
    Life jackets (4 type 2)
    Wire jack lines (2)
    1 Type 4 Horseshoe bouy with light
    1 Life sling with light


  4. 1999 Saga 43

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Hull #22 from Saga Yachts of Ontario, Canada. Attitude, commissioned in March 1999, is an extremely well equipped sailing yacht. She was designed for self-sufficient operations to include extended cruising. Attitude is setup for either single-handed or couples sailing. All on-deck operations can be executed from the safety of the protected cockpit. Attitude is an excellent example of modern yacht design with all the comforts of home. The layout features a split cabin, forward master with private head and aft cabin with adjoining head and shower enclosure. This yacht was customized with features not found in a standard Saga, including the following items: a forward facing chart table; a watertight bulkhead in the forward head; two large capacity electrical bilge pumps and two manual bilge pumps, diverter valves on the showers sumps for further water removal from the yacht if needed; a hard dodger and bimini to keep the weather away from the cockpit; and an arch for carrying the dingy and antennas

    Equipment on Board:

    Sails & Storm sails:
    Two head stays with Schaffer roller furling
    Doyle flull batten main with Cradle Cover with Lazy Jacks (2009)
    Cockpit reefing for main and head sails
    Harkens bat car system
    Genoa 130%, original
    100% Doyle, 2007
    Tri-sail, storm jib.

    Electronics:
    Instruments, (4) Garmin GMI 10 digital displays, (3) in cockpit, (1) at NAV new 2009
    Garmin GWS 10 wind system, , Speed, direction, air temperature, air pressure new 2009
    AIRMAR removable tri-ducer depth, speed, water temp, new 2009
    GPS. Garmin GPS 17X, WASS new 2009
    ChartPlotter, Garmin GPSMAP 4212, chartplotter/radar overlay new 2009
    Radar, Garmin GMR 18 HD digital high definition 4 kw, 36 nm radar new 2009
    Autopilot, Raymarine ST7001 with hand held remote controller Control panel and remot controller new 2009
    SSB, Icom IC-M710 with automatic tuner
    VHF, Standard GX2335s Nova with Ram Mic. Two antennas mast/arch.
    ARC Global Fix 406 GEPIRB Battery new 2009
    Sound system, Alpine AM/FM CD with CD changer and remote control
    Skymate VHF band, low earth orbit ORBCOM satalite email and weather system
    Alarm system with built-in deck sensors
    Vizio 22: LED HD TV New 2010

    Electrical equipment:
    Eight GPL-4CT 6V Lifeline AGM batteries in one house bank (880 ah total) (New 11/2010)
    One starting GP 27AGM battery (100 ah) (New 11/2010)
    Link 2000 Dual battery bank monitor and remote inverter/charger control New 2008
    150amh alternator with Balmar Max charge 614 multi-stage smart regulator, regulator new 2010
    Blue Seas Dual Sensing Automatic Battery Charger, 100 amp, 7610 new 2010
    Air Marine Breeze wind generator, 200 watt new 2009
    Two Siemens 75 watt solar panels with controller
    Two Kyocera 135 watt solar panels with Blue Sky controller new 2008
    Inverter/charger, Heart Interface Model 20, 2000 watt inverter, 100 amp charger
    Galvanic isolator
    50amp shore power
    Air conditioning, Marine Air one 16,000btu, and one 8,000btu (Reverse heat).
    Five circulating fans
    Cable TV and phone jacks

    Engine Room:
    Engine, Yanmar 50 hp, 4JH2E, SN 11345
    Gear box, Kanzaki, SN 13561
    Generator, 120 VAC, 3.5 kw, Next Generation Power, UCM1-3.5, SN E70-704675
    Electric oil change system for engine, transmission and gen set
    Kidde FM 2000 Auto fire system
    Max-Prop
    Tides Marine dripless shaft seal
    Dual Racor engine fuel filters
    Racor fuel filter for gen set
    Electric fuel boost pump for priming
    Fuel manifold for tank selection and transfer

    Deck hardware:
    1 Lewmar electric 44 ST winch
    1 Lewmar 44 ST winch
    2 Lewmar 54 ST primary winches
    2 Lewmar 50 ST secondary winches
    1 Lewmar 30 ST mast winch
    4 winch handles
    Four dorade vents
    Hydraulic split backstay, Navtec system 4 way valve for expansion.
    200’ 5/16 HT chain ,55# Ronca primary anchor new 2011
    30’ chain & 200’ of 5/8” rode , 44# Delta secondary anchor
    Anchor windless, Lofrans Progress 1000, 1000 watt with a remote control at the helm. New 2010
    Winslow Cobra rack and pinion steering
    Single lever engine and transmission control
    All lines led to cockpit for single handed sailing
    cylinders

    Safety:
    ARC Global Fix 406 GEPIRB, battery 2009
    Winslow 6-man Ocean life raft, repack 2009
    Smoke detector
    Carbon monoxide detector
    LPG Sniffer
    5 hand held fire extinguishers (serviced 2009)
    Kidde FM 2000 Auto fire system in engine room
    Flare kit
    Horn, Bell
    Life jackets (4 type 2)
    Wire jack lines (2)
    1 Type 4 Horseshoe bouy with light
    1 Life sling with light