Skaggerak is a wonderful example of a German-designed and European-built elegant performance cruiser. She has a very easily driven hull and a simple sail plan. She has been well maintained and offers a great layout for cruising the Pacific Northwest with your family. She has a spacious master cabin forward and a large double quarter berth port side aft. The head is in the center of the boat, which makes it convenient to both cabins.
She's had one owner since new and had regular updates. She has a new Quantum headsail and an upgraded saildrive. Full records are available to the new owners.
Skaggerak is owned by a Bainbridge Island family and available to view at our office in Seattle. Please contact Bob Schoonmaker @ 206-818-7394.
White bulkheads and furniture is made of mahogany faced marine plywood, partly high gloss varnished. All cabindoors are a foam cored sandwich construction for minimum weight to maintain the good sailing performance. Locker doors partly with rattan. The yacht is available in 2 or 3-cabin layout.
2 battery switches, 3 house batteries, 1 engine battery. Navigation lights at bow, at stern and steaming light at mast, anchor light. Lights in the saloon, forward cabin, head, aft cabin, galley and storage room. Illuminated compass, echo-sounder, speedometer. 12V and 220 V outlet at chart table, shore power, battery charger. Fuel and water gauge. Cockpit Lighting.
Yanmar 4JHCE (55 hp) inboard diesel engine with fresh water cooling. SD 50 Saildrive.
fuel filter, water strainer, revolution counter, owner estimates 400 engine hours.
3 blade Flex o fold prop
Webasto diesel forced air heating system
Hull and deck in white with blue double waterlines and cove line (other colours available). Shear guard white plastic. Sandwich construction, hand-laid-up using partly Isophtalic resin. Bulkheads glassed to hull and deck. Stringers and floors. Self-draining cockpit with large lockers. Opening hatch in the forward cabin, 4 in saloon, headroom. 4 fixed window and 9 opening windows. Self-draining anchor locker with opening lid. Teak on the cockpit seats, bottom and sidedeck.
9/10 two spreader anodised alloy mast and boom. Fully batten main sail, maindrop system with lazy jack, HANSE single line reefing system (handled from the cockpit), rod kicker. Stainless steel tanding rigging. Back tay adjuster. Internal main and jib halyard lead aft to cockpit. Main and jib sheets. Mainsheet traveller on coach roof. Self tacking jib with traveller.Roller furling gear. Windex.
Quantum Sails Asymmetrical Spinnaker with ATN sock and launcher(4) 40 ST Self Tailing WinchesHalyards lead to cockpitHarken 40.2 ST Electric haylard winch Main 545 sq ftJib 339 sq ft Mast Height 64 ft 1 in above water
Raymarine SL 70 CRC Chartplotter
Raymarine 24 in 4D Radar
Raystar 125 GPS
Simrad 350 MK 2 Autopilot
New Raymarine Sailing Instruments
Lead keel with optimised profile and cast iron shaft. Stainless steel keel bolts. Profiled semi-balanced rudder with alloy rudder shaft and needle bearings. Rodlink system and steering wheel leather covered.
Keel is "bulbed" at bottom (see photo)
6 ft 5 in draft
6966 lb lead keel with iron shaft
4 cleats, 2 spring cleats, genoa track with slider, 2 self tailing halyard winches, 2 self tailing genoa winches, jammers and lead block to lead the halyards aft to cockpit. Pulpit, pushpit with ensign taff socket, guardrails. Teak grabrails on coachroof. Bathing ladder. Sliding hatch with garage and washboard. 2 winch-handles, 2 bilge pumps, bow roller with cruising shute fitting. Cockpitshower.
Lewmar 1000 Electric windlass with handheld remote
Delta 35 anchor
180 ft high test chain
70 gallon water
50 gallon fuel