Used Custom Sagitta 33 Catamaran For Sale
PEREGRINE

" PEREGRINE is a great example of how an inspired
marine engineer owner can make a boat special...
highly motivated for a quick sale! "

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Yacht Name: PEREGRINE
Year Built/Model Yr.: 1994
L.O.A: 33’
Model: Custom Sagitta 33
Builder: Heritage Manufacturing – Cape Town, S.A.
USD($) Price: $139,500   $129,500
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Beam: 20’
Draft Min/Max: 2’8” – 3’
Mast Hgt. Off Water: 46’8”
Displacement: 3.5 tons
Engine(s): 20 HP Mariner OB; long shaft, remote, steerable
Berths: 2 ( 1 double, 1 king)
Staterooms: 1
Heads: 1
Fuel Capacity / Tank Material: 23 liters in plastic fixed tank, 2 spare tanks,
5 jerry cans, (app. 200 liters total)
Fresh Water Cap. / Tank Material: 150 US Gallons in two fiberglass tanks. 
4 Jerry cans
L.W.L 31’
Bridgedeck Length 17’8”
Wing deck clearance 16” minimum
Mast Height off deck 37’
Mainsail Area: 276 sq. ft.
Genoa Area: 178 sq. ft.
Spinnaker Area: 550 sq. ft.
Total Sail Area: 1004 sq. ft.
Classification: Cruiser
Designer: Richard Woods

LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATIONS:
NOTE: Explanation of the inside layout according to the layout sheet above:
1.  Shelves / racks / cave-lockers.
2.  General lockers.
3.  Safe.
4.  Sail-locker and awnings etc.
5.  Open bow-storage.
6.  Reinforcement beam right through boat.
7.  Fuel locker.
8.  Anchor locker.
9.  Fender locker.
10.  Toilet.
11.  Bookshelves.
12.  Hanging locker.
13.  Stove.
14.  Basins.
15.  Saloon table / king size double bed.
16.  Fridge / freezer.
17.  Wet locker.
18.  Workbench.
19.  Double bed with storage underneath.
20.  Saloon bunks.
21.  Mast.
22.  Steps.
23.  Fresh water showers - hot/cold. 

Port forward hull has a large storage area accessible from the deck. Port forward interior contains the toilet, shower, and washbasin with shelving and lockers. Amidships there are two large bookshelves. The after part of this hull finds the double bed with huge storage underneath. Hanging locker and several shelves again are present. Aft of the bed there is another large storage area which also contains a safe.

Stepping up to the saloon we find a big settee and table where six people may dine in comfort. The table converts to a king-sized bed when needed. The portside of the saloon has a large bookshelf , countertop and freezer. The double door to the cockpit is made of shatterproof glass with a stationary window of equal size. This enlarges the space to create a huge area combining the saloon and cockpit together. There is a wet hanging locker by the door. Outside the 20’ wide cockpit gives a lounging area unequaled on cats twice the size.

Down in the starboard hull forward one finds the galley with 316 stainless sink, hot and cold fresh water or sea water, which are all, pressurized. The stove is a 3-burner ENO propane model. There are ample drawers and lockers.  Aft of the galley is a storage area with shelves and a REAL workshop. This area could be converted to another sleeping area if so desired. There are curtains on all of the windows and the sliding door.

Electronics & Navigation:
Navico Depth, Speed &log, and Wind Instruments
Plastimo Contest 130 Compass
Autohelm ST4000 auto-pilot with remote
Autohelm ST1000 auto-pilot as backup
Spare motors for BOTH auto-pilots and other spare parts
Suunto Handheld Compass
Uniden MC635 VHF Radio
Interphase Pilot GPS – Icom
Barometer
Sony radio/Tape with 10 CD changer 4 x 25 watt
4 x Pioneer 3 way 50W speakers inside boat
Windex at masthead
Tricolor at masthead
Halogen deck light
 

Mechanical & Electrical:
20HP Mariner long-shaft outboard on motor skid, remote controlled and steerable
Push-pull steering by Morse with quick release pin when on Auto-pilot
4 x Siemens solar panels on custom stainless radar arch; 3 x M55’s, and 1 x M75. One
panel regulated 15amp
50W Halogen spotlight under radar arch
Stainless arch incorporates: massive dinghy davits, outboard bracket, MOB ring and
Dan Buoy
Brand New Heart Interface Inverter 1500W- 12v / 110v / 60Hz
110 volt and12volt outlets throughout boat
PUR 35; 35gpd 12v watermaker
2 speed 12v fan in galley
Propane Hot Water Heater (1 year old)
3 burner Eno propane stove
Edesa 5 Star refrigerator/freezer- Propane / 220v / 12v - 70 liter capacity chest type
One shower in cockpit and one in port hull
Pressurized seawater in galley and in cockpit
Pressurized fresh water throughout boat
PAR manual toilet
Manual bilge pump in port hull for shower pump out
Portapotti with 25 liter holding tank
21 x 12v lights of various types throughout boat
2 x 200amp deep cycle golf cart batteries; one year old
110v Braun Mixer
2 x Fire extinguishers; mounted

Deck & Hulls:
A one-piece molding except for customized areas. Foam and Balsa core with only stitched fabric bi-ax and tri-ax cloth (no mat, no roving woven). The hulls are a one-piece mold including the bridgedeck. Same construction as deck but utilizing solid GRP below the waterline.

Hulls are foam filled with 2500 liters in 11 compartments. Totally unsinkable. 4000 liters of foam including that used in deck layout and hulls. Manufactured beam built in so that you don’t notice, full width of boat in the stern; glassed in for extreme extra strength and stiffness, over and above specs.

Sacrificial keels, glassed over so that if sheared of boat remains watertight. Wet well containing ALL seacocks and skin fittings, separate from main hull. 3 coats of underwater epoxy over gelcoat after factory launch.

2 x PVC white rain catcher awning that cover from mast to stern of boat, full width. Two other awnings to be used forward if desired. Shade netting awning to cover boat when in storage. Shade covers for saloon windows. See through covers for saloon windows. Covers also for Steering, Instruments and all hatches.
7 x Large hatches open to allow airflow from all directions.
6 x Lewmar port holes
2 x Extra large hatches for access into bow storage
2 x Large forward storage lockers; anchor and fenders
2 x Very large cockpit lockers
3 x Winch handles
316 Stainless grab rails
4’ long steps allow for easy access in and out of water for swimming and diving, or entering dinghy
2 x Stainless fishing rod holders
4 x Lewmar Self tailing winches; 2 x 30, 2 x 16
45 lb. CQR w/ 5/16 x 100’ HT chain and 84’ Ύ” nylon rode
Fortress FX23 w/ 14’ x 3/8” chain and 84’ of Ύ” nylon rode
2 x Dinghy anchors; one Danforth and one grapnel. 20’ chain, 165’ rode
9 x Fenders
2 x 20lb. Propane tanks

Sails & Rig:
Aluminum mast and boom
Fully Battened main with roach slides- red, orange, yellow and white
Quicksilver Genoa in white, red, yellow, and orange
Repair kit for all colored cloth
Finfurl roller furling for Genoa
2 x Separate snatch blocks
1.5 oz. Symmetrical spinnaker in red, white, and blue with sock
Stainless mast steps to masthead
Radar reflector
Boom / Mainsail cover with lazy jack system
Spare halyard in mast

Other:
Built in safe
Mosquito screens for all hatches and door
Modular construction inside is neat and practical
12’ Hard bottom inflatable by AB. Latest design, 6 months old, Hypalon with ALUMINUM bottom. Very light; 130lbs. Oars, seat, etc.
1997 15HP Johnson outboard

Comments:
This is a sailor’s boat. She is a custom designed, factory built, and ocean capable yacht. The construction of this catamaran was overseen by its first and only owner. He is selling this boat so that he can build his 22nd boat; a 40’ Woods design that will be customized as well. The current owner is a marine engineer who has knowledge of systems and creature comforts. He is meticulous as well as inventive. PEREGRINE is in immaculate condition.

For a 33’ boat she is incredibly spacious and stable. She is also a performance cruiser due to her very wide beam. Fully loaded PEREGRINE has reached 21 knots of boat speed in a 30-knot wind. You will experience 200-mile days as being commonplace in 15 knots of breeze. She can maintain 30 degrees off the wind while on autopilot. The monohulls will be envious of that.

Peregrine is a very practical boat and easily maintained. She is absolutely self sufficient and capable of extended offshore cruising. Because all systems are so well thought out, she can be easily single-handed. She’s well balanced, proven and ready right now….to sail around the world.

Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed. 
Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.
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