There are seven berths in three cabins, with two double cabins separate from the main accommodation. There is 6ft standing room, with plenty of ventilation and stowage throughout, and the light interior is pleasingly fitted out with teak joinery and sole boards. In the forecabin, large V berth with infill and stowage under. Opening hatch to foredeck, Washbasin to port with hanging locker opposite.
The saloon has a dinette to port, converting to double berth with single settee berth opposite and pilot berth outboard. Fixed table with drop leaves. Opening Lewmar hatch. Good sized chart table to starboard with galley opposite.
The galley has a Flavel two burner gimballed gas cooker with grill and oven with an opening hatch above. Twin stainless-steel sinks. Hot and cold pressurised water system. 228 litre total freshwater capacity in two plastic tanks. A seawater cooled refrigerator. Separate heads to starboard with marine toilet, shower and washbasin. Double cabin to port with large double berth. Hanging locker. Eberspacher diesel fired hot air central heating (not operational requires servicing or replacement unit). Radio/CD player.
Main cabin windows reglazed
Cockpit teak replaced – solid teak replaces teak veneered plywood
New fuel lift pump
Newly recovered leather steering wheel
Fuel tank cleaned inside
Water tanks opened and cleaned (were ok anyway)
Savoir was taken across the Atlantic by the first owners. As a result, she has.
The previous owner together with the owner of another Sigma 362 (who at the time owned repair yard Dover Yacht Company) commissioned the boats designer, David Thomas, to design a small additional lead bulb/wing to improve heeling stability in the absence of crew on the rail when cruising.
The following documents have been sent when preparing these details:
Part 1 Registration
Bill of sale in owner’s name
Previous bills of sale
Proof of VAT paid
Built in 1986 by Marine Projects to a design by David Thomas. White GRP hull with style stripes. Alloy toe rails. White GRP superstructure with moulded non-slip to decks. Cast iron fin keel with lead shoe. Balanced spade rudder, wheel steering with new leather covered wheel. Aft self-draining cockpit. Self-draining anchor stowage locker. Gas bottle stowage for two bottles.
Masthead rigged Bermudian sloop. Anodised aluminium deck stepped mast and boom by Selden. Stainless steel standing rigging (2005). Terylene running rigging, backstay adjuster manual. Spinnaker pole. Jockey pole. Slab reefing mainsail. Furlex headsail furling system. Lines led aft to cockpit.
2 x Sheet Winches (Lewmar 46)
4 x Halyard Winches (Lewmar 30)
3 x Other Winches (Lewmar 2 x 30 & 1 x 8)
The Hyde sails set much better than might be expected for their age due to relatively low use with their heavy cloth and radial construction helping them retain a good sail shape
1 x Mainsail (Dacron, Hyde, circa 2000 good condition) Bi-radial with 3 reefs
1 x Genoa (Dacron, Hyde circa 2000 good condition) Tri-radial of a heavy cloth
1 x Mainsail (Dacron, Sobstat age unknown, clean)
1 x Genoa (Dacron, Sobstat age unknown clean)
1 x Mainsail (Dacron, age unknown clean)
Spinnaker – old but quite useable
Located abaft the companionway, Volvo 2003 three-cylinder 28hp diesel engine. Electric start. Shaft drive to a two bladed folding propeller. Single lever control. 90 litre fuel capacity in replacement aluminium tank.. Maximum speed under power 7 knots. Single lever control. The engine has been regularly serviced by the owner. The engine will be serviced once in the water. Last out of water maintenance March 2020.
2 x 12-volt 90Ah domestic batteries age unknown, 1 x 12-volt 80Ah engine battery 2017, charging from the engine alternator, alternator booster, solar panel wiring and SCI charger regulator in place but not in use. Shore power connection with 240-volt ring main, battery charger and immersion heater.