ARCTURUS is a beautiful 2001 two owner, Canadian built 35' SAGA - Bob Perry Design. Owner purchased her when the vessel was one year old. Professionally maintained. Cherry interior, 40 HP Yanmar diesel, aft quarter berth. Tandem HARKEN roller furlers for two headsails. The aft is for self tacking for going to weather; tacking upwind is a breeze. The large genoa is for off wind and reaching -all lines lead back to the cockpit. Harken deck hardware, Lewmar Hatches. T316 SS throughout. Cockpit cushions. Owner leaving sailing. In the water. A beautiful Boat!
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ARCTURUS is a beautiful 2001 two owner, Canadian built 35' SAGA - Bob Perry Design. Owner purchased her when the vessel was one year old. Professionally maintained. Cherry interior, 40 HP Yanmar diesel, aft quarter berth. Tandem HARKEN roller furlers for two headsails. The aft is for self tacking for going to weather; tacking upwind is a breeze. The large genoa is for off wind and reaching -all lines lead back to the cockpit. Harken deck hardware, Lewmar Hatches. T316 SS throughout. Cockpit cushions. Owner leaving sailing. On the hard in Cos Cob.
The Saga 35 was designed by Bob Perry, who is well known for other performance cruisers. The Saga 35 may be built for speed, but she is a cruiser through and through. She has a SS bowsprit and maximized her sailing length. Under way, the Saga 35 extends her sailing waterline to over 34 feet. This longer waterline creates a yacht with the hull speed and sailing potential of a conventional 40-foot cruiser, yet the modest beam and moderately light displacement create less drag. With the Yanmar diesel engine, estimated top speed is 8 knots with 7.3 knots at normal cruise rpm. There is plenty of storage in the cockpit. To port of the helm is a propane locker fwhich hasroom for two 20-pound tanks. The cockpit lazarette is about 5 1-2 feet deep, allowing for massive amounts of storage. To starboard, there is a vented locker for carrying a fuel can. The cockpit features 6-foot 6-inch seats for stargazing. Also, the 35 features the Saga has a walkout transom, A transom door closes off the opening, keeping pets and kids safely on board. Molded-in foot braces make the crew comfortable even when heeled. There are six opening portlights, all of which are stainless steel, and four overhead hatches, providing excellent ventilation. Stainless steel grab rails run the length of the coach house an important safety feature. Other safety features are the safety harness padeyes in the cockpit. Below, the interior is soft and cozy. All joinery is hand crafted, hand rubbed, and satin varnished cherry wood. The 6-foot 5-inch headroom and open concept saloon is both practical and efficient for offshore sailing and dockside entertaining. The navigation - chart table and electrical panel are at the end of the starboard settee. Behind the fold-down panel, the wiring is numbered to correspond with a maintenance reference that identifies and describes its function. The galley is U-shaped with a three burner stove in center. There is counter space, an ice box refrigerator, and plenty of shelves and drawers for storage. The galley has a foot pump, The aft quarter berth is located on the starboard side of the boat. This cabin offers great standing headroom in the area immediately in front of the bunk and one cedar-lined hanging locker. The V-berth is roomy. The 52-inch wide bunk is 6-feet 4-inches at its shortest point and 7-feet 6-inches at its longest point. Deep, long shelves run along the hull and there is a large cedar-lined hanging locker. A small cushioned bench beside the bunk is stylish, and doubles as a good seat for those getting dressed. The head is accessed through the saloon or the V-berth, which helps maintain some privacy when there are guests on board. The head is equipped with a sink, toilet, large mirror, and a roomy cupboard for storage. The shower boasts a separate shower stall with a semicircular acrylic shower door on tracks. The head module is a one-piece molded fiberglass shell.
Saga 35 Specifications - Balsa core hull and deck structure with solid glass "windows" for all through-hulls; ISO-NPG gelcoat, vinylester, sub-laminate; Aluminum toe-rail with PVC rubbing guard; Keel stepped mast on fiberglass substructure; External cast lead keel with bulb; Elliptical spade rudder w- SS substructure; Saga white hull with navy blue boot stripes; SS handrails, lifelines and rails, 2 Dorade vents with SS cowls, 6 opening ports, 4 fixed portlights, 4 overhead Lewmar Ocean Series hatches, Swim platform, walkout at cockpit level; Hinged transom door, Storage boxes for rope tails in cockpit coaming; Propane locker holds 2 x 10lb. bottles (1 standard), Vented safety locker for outboard gasoline tank, 5 Harken self-tailing winches, Cabin top mounted mainsheet traveler, Wheel steering with brake, guard & compass, SS bowsprit with double anchor rollers, Safety harness padeyes in cockpit, Harness jacklines (1 " webbing), Self-tending jib traveler system with sheet led aft to cabintop winch, Fairleads & blocks for reaching sails Rig & Sails, Double spreader rig, aluminum spars - LPU painted, 1 x19 SS wire stays, Low friction mainsail track system, Harken roller furling for jib and genoa; Interior is Varnished cherry joinery throughout interior, Varnished teak & holly cabin sole with positive retainers on floorboards and bilge access traps, Off white vinyl and molded FG headliner, Beautiful Centerline drop leaf table, 3 burner Force 10 LPG stove with oven and broiler, SS stove guard rail and chef's galley belt o Heavily insulated 9 cu. ft. icebox, EZ access, Head features sanitary, molded unitary construction o Dual access to head provides equal privacy for owners and guests o Owner's stateroom forward: Deluxe 5" berth cushions, cedar lined hanging locker, drawers and storage under berth, Guest Cabin: Queen-size berth with cedar lined hanging locker Mechanical, Naturally aspirated 40 hp diesel , SS shaft, bronze strut, dripless shaft seal, Water strainer and Racor fuel filter, Deluxe engine panel w- gauges & hour meter, Single lever controls, pedestal mounted, 45 gal.(approx.) fuel tank under starboard settee, 4 Batteries - 1 starting 3 Hours, 30 amp 110V AC service with shorepower cord, 25 amp multi-stage battery charger, Electric bilge pump with float switch, Electric shower sump pump, Electric holding tank macerator discharge pump, Courtesy floor lighting wired to entranceway switch o COLREG approved navigation lights, Foredeck flood light, masthead anchor light, Chainplates and rig grounded to keel;Plumbing - UL approved Marelon flanged through hulls, Hot and cold pressure water system, Shower and shower sump in head 6 gal. hot water heater w- engine heat exchanger, 80 gal. water under port settee, Manual bilge pump, cockpit mounted marine head with Y valve, deck pumpout, and electric macerator discharge pump 20 gal. holding tank under starboard settee
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Greenwich, CT 06807