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Just back on the market and in lovely condition throughout, this Island Packet 440 combines serious Island Packet build quality with great comfort, easy shorthanded sailing and great sea keeping, the hallmark of every Island Packet yacht along with classic good looks. Cutter rig with self tacking staysail. This long keel world cruiser is built for long distance, blue water cruising with a very safe and stable outlook as a number one priority. Electric winches, generator and bow thruster.
Two very conscientious and proud previous owners. The current owner is looking to a gradual change of leisure life style so prepared to consider a part exchange for a trailer sailer, motor boat or motor home.
Berthed on the Beaulieu River at Bucklers Hard, Seraph is nicely set up for European and long distance cruising. Mainly UK sailed and occasional Med holiday cruising and a couple of annual Round GB trips.
Seraph is a beautiful boat, definitely worth viewing if you are looking for a really sensible cruising yacht or blue water ocean going yacht that will keep you safe and sound wherever in the world you want to go. The long keel and nicely balanced rig combines to provide superior sea-keeping and great sailing qualities. She just plugs along steadily wherever she's pointed, no matter what the weather. Just the job for living that dream, staying healthy and safely getting away from all the hassle of life and global restrictions.
Built for Americans, so lots of space below decks and spacious, separate shower stalls and heads.
The standing rigging has recently been overhauled and the running rigging continuously replaced as necessary.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
It is not guaranteed that the safety gear listed on the specification comes within the manufacturer's safety guidelines i.e. expiry dates and servicing and is therefore sold as is.