Pegasus | Cambria 46 1985

North Haven, ME

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John Osetek

David Walters Yachts is pleased to announce the opening of their Newport, RI, office with John Osetek at the helm. John's on the water experience is a varied as his marine business experience, from racing Thisles on Lake Ontario as a teenager to acting as operations officer aboard a fleet tanker during his service in the US Navy.

With over thirty years in the marine industry assisting clients in buying, selling, financing and building power and sailing yachts, John's experience and expertise run from runabouts and day sailers to custom world cruisers. His ten plus years with Alden Yachts make him a valuable resource for current Alden owners or those interested in purchasing an Alden.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Pegasus
Builder: Cambria
Model: 44/46
Year: 1985
Location: North Haven, ME
Asking Price: $195,000
Designer: David Walters
Hull Material: White fiberglass

There are many reasons so many Cambria owners have kept their boats for 15, 20 or more years. Quality design and construction are the key elements. Exceptional strength and comfort are combined with manageable performance and beautiful lines. Pegasusis truly a classic yacht that has never been chartered or sailed in southern waters. Although now 31 years old, her light use offers her next owners a high quality yacht that has fewer sea miles and lower engine hours than most yachts half her age.

Since delivery Pegasus has only been sailed summers in New England waters. Maine became the preferred cruising waters and for this reason the yacht has been stored indoors most winters and maintained by Hinckley in Southwest Harbor, Wayfarer in Camden, Maine and more recently by Quality Yachts in Tiverton, RI  . Over the years her owners have continuously upgraded the equipment, systems and interior decor. Highlights of improvements include new anchor windlass, electronics, sails, diesel heater, Ultrasuede fabrics, asymmetrical spinnaker, new autopilot, GPS, solar panels, both companionway dodgers and new hull and deck paint.

Added benefits of Pegasus are her keel board design that provides a shoal draft fin keel, and rudder that is fully protected by a rugged skeg. Cambrias are most often sailed by a couple. Pegasus has also been single handed many times. The centerboard is available for added performance sailing to windward however is seldom lowered because the Cambria is good on all points of sail with the board in the raised position.


Length: 46
Beam: 13'6
Draft: 5'9
Water Tank Capacity: 130 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 85 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Perkins
Engine Model: 4-154
Power: 60 HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel

Interior Features

Pegasus' interior arrangement sleeps six with maximum privacy for the owner within an aft cockpit design. The aft owner's cabin has a double to starboard and navigation center/work desk to port providing direct communication to the cockpit. The owner's aft head features a separate stall shower. A passageway galley is accessed from the aft companionway or a second midship companionway ladder. The engine is located under this companionway ladder. Forward of the galley is the comfortable salon, guest head and V-berth guest cabin.

All the woodwork is hand picked, light varnished teak. The cabin sole, which is totally removable, is solid varnished teak with light inlay. The interior hull sides are sheathed with teak battens (ceilings) which are set off the hull to provide ventilation. Lockers are wood lined with main hanging lockers lined with cedar. The overheads and under decks are white laminate.



The midship main salon offers an L-shaped settee (converts to a double) to port and transom and pilot berth on the starboard side. Outboard of the starboard settee are built in lockers and shelves with additional storage behind both settee backrests.

  • Custom double leaf teak dining table
  • Handrails throughout and double laminated arches
  • AM/FM stereo and CD player - 2006
  • Ultrasuede upholstery
  • Screens for all the stainless trunk cabin opening ports (total 8)



The passageway galley is located to port adjacent to the forward companionway that also has a dodger that permits leaving the hatch open in heavy weather and rainy days. 

  • Dickinson four-burner stove with oven and broiler 
  • Microwave 
  • Double stainless steel sink 
  • Refrigeration and freezer boxes with 4" foam insulation; each supplied with a pump -engine driven and 110 volt holding plate system 
  • Hot water system with stainless steel tank 
  • Galley equipment includes dishes, glasses, flatware, bowls and utensils 
  • Storage includes 3 drawers and multiple counter lockers and storage below the sink counter 
  • Two 20 lb propane tanks in individually vented cockpit lockers 
  • Electric solenoid gas shut off 
  • Hot and cold pressure water


Master Stateroom

The owner's cabin is aft and encompasses the full-width of the yacht. There is a private entrance from the cockpit and four stainless steel opening ports. To starboard is a generous double berth with drawers and hanging locker and to port is a full sit down navigation center with locker aft of the seat. A private owner's head has a walk-in, stall shower with teak grating. The aft head was replaced in 2013.


Guest Stateroom

The forward cabin has V-berth arrangement with a seat located between (the seat can be raised to form a double berth). Two bureaus are located port and starboard with hanging lockers outboard and an additional tall hanging locker is also provided.

The guest head with shower has two entry doors that permit access from either the main cabin or directly from the forward cabin. Locker with shelves and a hamper are built-in outboard of the vanity and a mirror is located above the stainless steel sink.


Electrical System

  • 12 volt DC electrical system and 110 volt AC electric systems
  • Custom Bass 12 volt and 110 AC volt load center with breakers and gauges
  • Ferris solar panel and regulator
  • New solar panels keep batteries topped up - 2007
  • Xantrex Link 20 battery monitor - 2007
  • Two deep cycle marine house batteries
  • One heavy duty engine start battery
  • Five electric power distribution centers
  • Bonded thru-hull fittings, standing rigging and major components



  • Raytheon radar/GPS chart plotter RL70 & RL72CRC with dual station controls (cockpit and chart table) (2001)
  • Raymarine autopilot - 2007
  • Furuno GPS GP-32 GPS/WAAS Navigator - 2006
  • Weems and Plath digital barometer
  • Horizon VHF radio with dual controls (2001)
  • AM/FM stereo and CD player - 2006


Engine & Mechanical Equipment

  • Perkins 60 hp fresh water cooled diesel engine (overhauled injectors, heat exchanger '05); Approximately 1500 hours
  • Rudder post with upper and lower ball bearings
  • Stainless steel shaft
  • Water separator Racor fuel filter
  • Sound insulated engine compartment
  • Exhaust blower
  • Instrument panel with tachometer, oil pressure gauge, and engine temperature gauge
  • Low oil pressure and high cooling water temperature alarms



The Cambria 44 hull is molded of hand-laid fiberglass with a 3/4" Airex core that provides thermal and sound insulation and meets both Lloyds and American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) requirements. A keel grid is bonded to the hull and integrated with the mast step and engine mounts to form a single unit. Below water thru-hull fittings are marine bronze full-way seacocks bedded on solid glass (core material is removed and replaced with solid glass). The 11,500 lb cast lead ballast keel provides protection in the event of grounding and is secured to the hull with 1" stainless steel bolts and 5200 (400 PSI) bedding compound. Additional fiberglass reinforcement is incorporated in stress areas such as stern, keel, transom and skeg and in way of chainplate knees. Chainplate knees are solid fiberglass. New Awlgrip topsides.

The deck is a fiberglass sandwich with Divinycell PVC core to provide maximum strength. The deck is bonded to the internal flange on the hull with 5200 (strongest bedding material for this purpose) and thru bolted on 8" centers. New nonskid.


Deck Equipment

The versatile deck arrangement offers a proper deep T-shaped offshore cockpit with high backrests and ability to access the helm seat without stepping onto the cockpit seats. There are wide winch bases, recessed cleats and self-tailing winches. There is an aft companionway fully protected by a dodger. A second, small cockpit is amidships and second companionway. The second companionway provides privacy to the full-width aft owner's suite and direct access to the salon, galley and guest stateroom.

  • Muir electric windlass (self-tailing with foredeck and cockpit controls)
  • 45 lb CQR anchor and 35 lb Danforth anchor. One with 50' of chain and 150' of rode, the other with 6' of chain and 200' of rode.
  • Edson pedestal with 6" compass with stainless steel binnacle
  • Stainless double rail pulpits with double lifelines and gates
  • Shore power cables
  • Four deck skylight hatches and two translucent entrance hatches
  • Custom stainless stemhead with anchor chock and roller
  • Stainless opening ports with screens and beveled spigots
  • Life vests, horseshoe life ring, MOB
  • International running light, strobe, spreader and foredeck lights
  • Folding stainless swim ladder with teak steps
  • 4 padeyes installed in cockpit - 2007
  • New staysail track on inboard side of the deck - 2006



  • Cockpit and companionway dodgers - New Spring 2009



  • Awlgrip hull and cabin top nonskid paint (2006)
  • Cabin sole refinished (2005)
  • Repainted mast and booms (2001)
  • Muir windlass with controls at bow and in cockpit (2003)
  • Raytheon radar/GPS chart plotter RL70 & RL72CRC with dual station controls (cockpit and chart table) and custom cockpit mounting. Alpha autopilot and VHF radio (2001)
  • Raymarine autopilot (2007)
  • Horizon VHF radio with dual controls (cockpit and chart table) (2001)
  • Ultrasuede covered cushions in excellent condition
  • Upgraded Espar diesel heater (2002)
  • Mainsail (1998), Yankee (2000), Staysail (2000)
  • Harken staysail track (2006)
  • Ferris solar panels and regulator (2007)
  • Quantum Vision V3 asymmetrical spinnaker with ATN dousing sleeve (2006)


Sails & Rigging

  • Custom aluminum keel stepped tapered main mast and double tapered aluminum spreaders 
  • Standing rigging is Navtec solid stainless rod and turnbuckles lead to stainless chainplates 
  • Double headsail cutter sail plan 
  • Boom is set up to accommodate two reefs 
  • Replaced staysail jib boom 
  • Added Harken track for staysail 
  • Harken traveler with double cars and control lines and stoppers 
  • Double Harken turning blocks are mounted to custom welded and polished stainless steel turning block bases 
  • Halyards, sheets and running rigging


  • Main (1998) 
  • 135% genoa 
  • Yankee (2000) 
  • Staysail, recut 
  • Quantum Vision V3 asymmetrical spinnaker with ATN Dousing Sleeve (2006)


  • Two Barient #35 primary winches 
  • Two Barient #28 secondary winches 
  • Six Barient #24 halyard winches 
  • One Barient #27 mainsheet winch



  • New Lifesling inflatable overboard rescue system (2007)



  • Galley dishes and cookware



Pegasus is an opportunity to purchase a high quality performance cruising Cambria 44. They only sailed her during the summer months in New England waters. Pegasus has never sailed on long passages, or been exposed to tropical sun. She is offered for less than one third her current replacement cost. Pegasus has upgraded sails, electronics, interior upholstery and central heating system.