1993 | Block Island | Fort Lauderdale, FL | 129,000
Sapphire is a beautiful and classic Bill Tripp, Jr. design that was built my Migrator Yachts. Many extras and recent improvements separate her from the competition. She has a custom teak deck, updated interior and upgraded systems. Her comfortable cruising design and centerboard draft has allowed her to sail the US East Coast and race to Bermuda.
Sapphire has been a New England based boat since new. The current owners enjoyed sailing around New England and have just completed a US East Coast cruise. Easy to show please call for instructions.
A beautiful, comfortable classic design with a light ash interior. A great couples cruising boat with room for a crew. Forward a beautiful V berth cabin with good storage outboard port, starboard and forward along with hanging locker two additional lockers and a drawer. There is a separate access to the head from the forward cabin. Next aft to port is the large head with shower and lots of storage.
The main salon has great ventilation and light. The boat has 11 opening ports and two deck hatches, providing lots of cross ventilation while on the hook or tied dock side. The large dining table drops to provide a large double berth along with a settee that expands allowing for a much more comfortable single and an outboard pilot berth to starboard. Lots of room for cruising friends. A convenient hanging locker at the base of the companionway along with an additional hanging locker forward. A stack of drawers and storage cabinets to handle all your cruising gear. A beautiful brass clock and barometer mounted on the forward bulk head along with 4 reading lights and 110 outlets make the salon a comfortable place to spend time. Hand holds line the ceiling.
The U shaped galley has a double stainless sink near the centerline with good dish storage and cabinet space for food and supplies. A large SeaFrost refrigeration system to handle supplies on long cruises. A gimbled Force 10 stove /oven with two propane tanks for hot meals at sea.
Hull construction is a combination 1-1/2-ounce mat, 18-ounce biaxial, and 24-ounce directional fiberglass set in polyester resin with an isopththalic gelcoat. The first two laminations are vinylester, which have proven superior in preventing blistering. Airex core, 5/8-inch thick, is standard. The deck is balsa-cored. The hull/deck joint is bonded with 3M 5200 and through-bolted every six inches.
In their heyday, the BI 40 had a good racing record. In the 1960 Bermuda Race six of the first 11 places were won by BI 40s.
• Raymarine E7 Coastal Chartplotter with T 92183 HD 18 Radar (2012)
• Raymarine AIS650 Class B AIS Transceiver
• E 32122 Sirius Network Switch
• E03010 Antenna
• Standard Horizon Matrix GX 2000 VHF (2012)
• Autohelm Multi Display for Wind/Speed/Depth
• Handheld VHS radio (2012)
• Fushion FM/AM/IPod compatible/iPhone compatible radio, Satellite radio capabilities (2012)
• Icom IC-M600 HF Marine Receiver
(2) 12v outlets
• Garmin 2006 GPSMAP in NavPod
• AutoHelm ST6000 Autopilot
• AutoHelm Speed
• AutoHelm Wind
• AutoHelm Depth
• VDO Engine Gauges
• SS Ritchie Power Damp Compass
|Location:||Fort Lauderdale, FL|