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(for sale as of )
Asking $69,900 (USD)
Location: Beaufort, NC
S/V Sazmya is a Beaufort, NC based 2007 Simpson 10.2 catamaran for sale by owner
This popular design by Australian Roger Simpson was built in strip plank cedar/fiberglass composite. This is a very simple, yet lightweight and stiff offshore cruiser. Twin outboards with electric tilt and trim make tight maneuvering stress free and she’s one of the best value cruising cats sailing around.
Designed at a size easily managed by a couple, with good levels of comfort, a big dry cockpit, easy to walk around flat decks, The cabin height is kept low to limit excess windage, while the bridgedeck is well above the water line at 26". With the deeper, shaped mini keels, draft is only 3'. They provide surprising windward ability in smooth water as well as convenient headroom when beaching.
A drop down aluminum ladder under the lifting gang plank makes dingy access and loading a hands free process. Perfect for swimming as well. The gang plank itself is a safe and stable platform for anchoring and sail handling. Nets to either side permit any heavy water to pass quickly through. Welded fittings on the forward beam allow a permanent eye spliced bridle always at the ready without any worrying chafe or friction. This arrangement along with a 35lb. Delta anchor have held fast through two hurricanes and several gales.
On deck all lines lead aft to Andersen two speed self-tailing winches and several Lewmar clutches. Mast, boom and related rigging were engineered and fabricated by Selden specifically for this design, with 3 single line reefs. A Calvert mainsail with unbreakable carbon fiber battens is in excellent condition, having seen little sunlight for several years. The working jib is Dave Bierig's ingenious Camberspar. This marvelous invention offers perfect sail shape on all points and is self-tacking and self vanging. Already boomed out for down wind sailing, it can be coupled with a preventer and the big jenny for a two piece spinnaker that is easily handled. A baby stay is ready to set up if ever needed.
Twin Yamaha Hi Thrust T-8 4 stroke outboards in pods will spin the boat like a top inside its own length. Electric tilt and trim keep them instantly at the ready and easily retracted for clean , drag free sailing. Expect 7 -8 knots steady with both down 5.5 with one and minimum fuel consumption. 18 gallon tank lasts a while. Sailing, it's a 7 knot boat. 9- 10 steady as winds pick up, plus the occasional surf. Great sea boat, easy going, reassuring. Stable and comfortable in 30 knot winds, highest this one's seen. The 10.2 model does have a respectable history of Pacific Ocean voyaging as well as cyclone survival.
The dingy is a 9' Achilles inflatable with Tohatsu 5 hp 2 stroke, anchor, rode and tank. Ground tackle includes the 35lb Delta with 5'8" rode and chain leader and a Fortress FX-23 with its own rode and chain. Dock lines and fenders included. An Icom VHF radio, Garmin GPS, B&G Depth and Speed.The Raymarine wheel pilot works but the control head needs repair or replacement. The instrument bulkhead at the helm is being reconfigured to accommodate new gauges and chart plotter if desired.
Details, the pilot, new chart plotter, etc., and whatever else Buyer requires, are negotiable. Present goal is to bring all systems up to date and ready for the Bahamas or loping around, live aboard anywhere by the end of August.
This is a one off Custom, built by competent, careful amateurs. It isn't a fancy plastic production yacht at all. It is intended primarily to sail and sail well in safety, which it does. Simple and straightforward, it can be maintained or repaired easily anywhere in the world. The accommodation, as wonderful as it is, is secondary. Therefore, you do have to duck here and there.
|Builder||Custom Built by Owner|
|Construction:||strip plank cedar/fiberglass composite|
|LOA||10.3m (34 ft 0 in)|
|LWL||9.93m (32 ft 6 in)|
|Beam||5.9m (19 ft 3 in)|
|Mast height||15.8 m (52 ft 0 in)|
|Sails:||Calvert full batten main with 3 reefs
Mackpack lazy jack cover system new
Bierig camberspar jib with new cover
Hank on genny
Spare main without battens
|Displacement||8000 lbs (3628 kg) [empty]|
|Engines||Twin Yamaha Hi Thrust T-8 4 stroke outboards in pods with electric tilt and trim|
|Water Tank||Total 190 ltr (50 gal)|
|Fuel Tank||Total 68 ltr (18 gal)|
|Holding Tank||Total 75 ltr (20 gal)|
- Calvert full batten main with 3 reefs
- Mackpack lazy jack cover system new
- Bierig camberspar jib with new cover
- Hank on genny
- Spare main without battens
- 2 Yamaha T-8 with tilt and trim. 315 hrs
- Fuel - 18 gallon built in, 6 gallon portable
- Water 50 gallon
- Waste 20 gallon, gravity dump, loop system
- Autopilot needs work.
- Ritchie compass
- B&G depth,speed, temp.
- Garmin GPS (older chart plotter)
- Icom VHF
- radar disc
- chart books for Chesapeake, Norfolk to Florida, misc.
- Electrical 12 volt breaker panel
- dual battery bank
- Small solar panel trickle charger to engine bank.
- New Trojan T-105 pair for house bank linked to new solar panels,
- 2 x 180 watt mono crystalline
- 4 phase controller
- Basic 120 volt shore/generator line with inverter switch. No inverter
- Side lights
- Mack pack and jib cover
- solar panels
- bottom paint
- touch up and maintenance.
- Inflatable fenders
- dock lines
- boat hook
- search light
- Spare bow netting and steering bearings.
- Seaward/Hillerange propane range
- 12 volt fridge
- pressure water
- foot pumps
- Lavac toilet
- holding tank
- pressure shower stand up
- sump pump
- foot pump
- Isotherm electric water heater, shore power only (never used.)
Lewmar and Harken.
- Edson wheel steering, cables and blocks.
- Ackerman angle rudders connected with solid aluminum rod.
- Emergency tiller extension in starboard cabin.
- 35' Delta, rode, chain
- FX 23 Fortess, rode, chain
- 9' 6" Achilles inflatable
- Tohatsu 5hp 2 stroke
- anchor, rode, tank
- life jackets
- throwable cushion
- de-watering bilge pumps
- Lavac toilet can be used as emergency pump with extra hose.