Beautiful example of the prestigious Sangermani Shipyard in Lavagna. The Third St. Mary was launched in 1973, designed by Cesare Sangermani. Its original name was Noa Noa V; building number 184. Third St. Mary's is an even-tipped tree scholetal schooner (Staysail Schooner). The boat is built in glued mahogany bandages screwed in tidied oak with bronze screws. Teak bridge and superstructures, cherry interior. Great paints, finishes, details, timbers, fabrics and upholstery. Hull repainted in 2014, teak re-painted in 2018, much of the rigging replaced in 2015, Randa and Sail of Strallo new 2018 - Engine block replaced in 2007 - Made the Atlantic crossing in 2004 - Refitting in 2012 with replacement of 63 meters bands, doubling of 8 ordered and construction of a steel counter-madiere - Only two owners
Electronic tools for navigation:
Rudder angle indicator, Radar Antenna.
Staging and technical:
Bilge Alarm, Water pressure pump, Teak Side Decks, Deck Shower, Gangway, Automatic Bilge Pump, Teak Cockpit, Shorepower connector, Rectifier, Electric Windlass, Rod rigging, Gang Board, swimming ladder, cockpit table, Tender (Novamarine2 3.60 e motore Yamaha 20hp), Horn, Bow Winches.
Domestic Facilities onboard:
Warm Water System, Watermaker (200 lt\h), 12V Outlets, 220V Outlets, 4 Electric Toilet.
Barometer, Binoculars, Nautical charts, First aid kit, Safety equipment beyond 50 miles.