Hayling Island Hampshire UK|
Sagamore" is a Saltram Saga 40 commissioned in 1991. She has been extensively sailed in the
UK, France and the Mediterranean and has very recently returned from a long cruise to Italy and
Sicily. She is in exceptionally good condition overall and has a wonderfully light and air y feel to
her below decks. She would make an ideal long-distance cruising yacht for a couple and would
provide a safe, seaworthy yacht together with a very homely environment in which to live.
Documents: Bill of Sale to current owner 2006
HM Custom and Excise letter to say VAT deemed paid
|No. of engines:||1|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||12.12m|
|Length at waterline:||9.76m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
Hull built by Skentelbery & Sons, Plymouth.
Heavily moulded, double-ended, GRP hull with white gelcoat and overpainted navy-blue sheer band.
Aft, self-draining cockpit.
Tiller steering with massively reinforced stainless tiller / rudder fittings.
Oiled Teak capping rail.
Teak trim in cockpit.
Laid teak to cockpit seating and bridge deck.10mm teak facing over marine ply construction to main and forward doghouses with laid teak on top.
The main doghouse (galley) with 9 port holes in bronze, 3 fixed and 6 opening.
The forward doghouse with one opening (reversible) deck hatch plus additional Gebo deck hatches over the saloon.
Heavily bonded structural floors and externally bolted iron ballast keel.
Laminated deck beams with overlaid 18mm marine plywood deck being epoxy coated to the underside before painting with epoxy resin and "E" cloth sheathing externally being finished with a light grey, anti-slip deck paint.
The interior is in Oak in the forward cabin and main saloon, with Mahogany joinery in the galley and navigation area.
The sole boards throughout are of marine ply overlaid with 10mm thickness Teak.
Before fitting out the interior, the hull was lined from the beam shelf to the waterline with 10mm Insulsheet, a closed cell rubber sheet material, with half hour fire resistant rating and 5% max moisture absorption. This has proven to prevent any condensation even in extreme cold.
The underwater hull was treated with four coats of Blakes solvent free epoxy before launching.
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, 29 stanchions and double guardwires with two gates.
Stainless steel mast support rails.
2 x Lewmar 52 sheet winches - 2 speed self-tailing.
2 x Lewmar 30 halyard winches - 2 speed self-tailing.
1 x Lewmar single speed self-tailing winch for reefing
Lofrans Tigres electric anchor windlass.
45lb CQR main anchor with 200ft of 3/8 inch chain.
Plus - 45lb Bruce and 1 x 66lb Fisherman and 1 x 25lb Fisherman anchors.
Ocean Aries wind vane self-steering.
Deck wash pump.
Tank Tender gauge for water and fuel.
5 x 4.5 kilo gas bottles carried in gas tight locker aft of cockpit.
Stainless steel and teak boarding ladder.
MOB line and harness.
Canvas work in beige acrylic material
Spray hood (new 2018).
Bimini which is fastened aft to stays.
Full inventory of spares, miscellaneous equipment.
2 person inflatable dinghy.
Autohelm Sea Talk 50 (all repeated in cockpit) with:
- Wind speed & direction.
Icom DSC/VHF IC-M603.
Icom portable VHF.
Furuno GP32 GPS.
Garmin handheld GPS.
Garmin GPS 500, fixed.
McMurdo NAV 6 Navtex Receiver.
NASA - AIS Radar Receiver.
Perkins 4.108 4 cylinder 42hp diesel engine with indirect cooling and fitted with Hurth gearbox.
Shaft drive and three bladed propeller.
Fuel: Steel tank, glass fibre sheathed from new 100 gallons installed behind engine under cockpit sole. 60 litre plastic auxiliary tank.
3 x domestic, 110-amp hr each.
1 x engine start 110-amp hr.
All batteries new June 2019.
- Engine alternator.
- Rutland 913 wind generator, mounted on goalpost aft.
- Mains Battery Charger.
- Marlec HRDX charge controller to all inputs.
- Solar panel.
Switch panel displays, digital volt and amp meters, ETA circuit breakers, running lights for both fridge and water pump.
Shore power connection in cockpit.
Henderson Mk 5 bilge pump.
2 x flat woven strap jackstays.
Horseshoe Lifebuoy with light.
Oscar MOB Sling and line.
3 x Fire extinguishers and Fire Blanket (may require servicing).
Bermudan Cutter Rig.
Deck stepped silver anodised mast by John Powell, equipped with mast steps and rigged with 8mm Dyform wire and Norseman terminals.
Booming out spar stowed at mast and main boom with slab reefing.
By McWilliams of Cowes in tan coloured terylene, All headsails hanked on.
Mainsail 412 sq ft. with slab reefing.
No 1 Yankee 364 sq ft.
No 2 Yankee 243 sq ft.
Staysail 125 sq ft.
Traditional yacht look and feel with extensive use of oak and mahogany and with white painted deck-head and varnished beams.
Very good headroom throughout, maximum approximately 6 2 .
Sagamore offers a 4-berth layout, the accommodation is arranged as follows:
- Forward chain locker with access by two doors in forward cabin.
- Forward cabin with large double berth offset to port with extensive stowage beneath.
Separate Heads compartment to port with Lavac sea toilet, hand basin and shower. Large cupboard behind
the toilet with further stowage under the hand basin. Shower and basin drain to grey water holding tank with electric pump.
Hot and cold water.
Opposite Heads to starboard, a large hanging locker / wardrobe.
Bulkhead aft with doorway to saloon with L shaped berth/seat to port and berth /seating to starboard, both in excess of 6 feet long.
Excellent large, folding wood saloon table in oak.
Storage spaces under and behind bookshelves and cupboards above.
Some stowage under saloon sole.
Tasteful blue pattern cloth upholstery infair condition.
Galley, aft to port, up two steps from saloon, equipped with electric fridge
Force 10 stainless steel cooker with 4 burners, oven and grill
Twin stainless-steel sinks with hot and cold water, work
tops and stowage.
Navigation area opposite to starboard running the full length aft.
Large chart table holding full size admiralty charts.
Two chart drawers capable of holding 500 charts.
Companionway to cockpit with cockpit locker stowage.
Fresh water: 2 x 75 gallon stainless steel tanks under galley sole. Plus 14-gallon hot water tank heated by engine calorifier or 240-volt immersion.
Webasto diesel hot air heating with outlets in forward cabin and saloon
Over a 10-year period the present owner has cruised in Cornish waters, the French coast of Brittany and subsequently in Sicilian/Italian waters. A continuous program of maintenance and upgrading has been in place throughout the vessel s history. As a result, Sagamore is in very good condition overall
For a full, detailed specification with additional photographs and direct contact details for the listing office visit our website at www.watersideboatsales.com
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.
Unless otherwise stated on the specification sheet the following presumptions are made
Sail drive and shaft seals are more than 5 years of age
Gas hoses and regulators are over 5 years old
Standing rigging and sails are more than 10 years old
NOTE - Please ring our offices prior to visiting, as the boat may be unavailable for viewing or located at a different marina.