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Smooth & Connected.  Legato.  Like a series of good passages that take you half way around the world and put a smile on your face that lasts a lifetime.  This is a one owner St. Francis 44 MK II.  She has voyaged 40,000 nautical miles.  Yet she has only 1800 hours on her engines.  That means she has delivered a lot of smooth sailing and very little bashing.  This despite having gone from Cape Town to Seattle, back to Panama, and then climbing 6,000 miles of coast again against wind and current to the Pacific Northwest.   Walking her decks today shows how well she was built.  She has no history of major damage or repair.  Her glasswork shows a bit of patina but little to no sign of stress.  

St. Francis 44s are well regarded cruising catamarans and many having circumnavigated.  They are well balanced with the weight right where it is supposed to be - amidships.  Hulls are narrow at the waterline and easily driven by the large rig and amidship engines.  Diagonal drives make the St. Francis imminently beachable and far less likely to entangle a crab pot, wrap an errant line, or ground a drive. The hulls and the coachroof are designed to shed wind - yielding sleek lines.  Broad decks make for secure footing and she has a well protected cockpit.  The MK II designation indicates a larger sail area to displacement ratio than their predecessor and a higher bridgedeck.  Indeed, owners find these to be high pointing, fast sailing, and excellent light air cruising catamarans.  They take good care of their crews and are quite seakindly.  And they can carry a good crew in 4 cabins each with a private ensuite - two with sitz tubs. 

Legato has brought 40,000 miles of joy to her current owners.  They can tell you everything about her.  Alas, she has been in the yard these past two years and needs to be reconnected with the water for many more years of smooth sailing.

 


Additional Details

Specifications & Equipment

Accommodations:  

4 separate cabins each with ensuite heads.  Navigation station and dinette settee occupy the saloon while the cook has a secure and functional galley down to port.  2 Identical Master Suites are forward with queen size beds and and Master Baths which include sits bath and showers. These baths are very open and airy, with beautiful views through large escape hatch windows inboard to the bows and bridge-deck.  Both aft cabin have a double berth and molded shower and head.  Very large storage areas in both fore peaks with access via Lewmar deck hatches as well as thru master bath.

-4 cabins (2 with queen beds)

-4 heads

-Galley

-3 burner Force 10 stove

-Refrigerator

-Freezer

-Sink

-Hot & cold pressurized water

-Saltwater tap at sink

-Salon

-Navigation table

-Settee & dinette

-Stereo/CD

 

Sails & Rigging:

-Painted aluminum crossbeam, mast & boom

-Mainsail (2016), fully battened with stackpack (hoisted twice!)

-Genoa (2016), roller furling (hoisted twice!)

-Storm jib

-Spinnaker (assymetrical)

-Boomvang

-Jibe Preventer

-Fredrickson ball slide system

-Windex

 

Electrical:

-5 100 amp hour deep cycle house batteries

-2 100 amp hour deep cycle starting batteries

-23 cabin lights

-7 cabin fans

-4 x 75 watt solar panels

-SW Windpower 403 wind generator (rebuilt not currently installed)

-Heart 2000 inverter/charger

-Heart battery monitor

-Shorepower with 7 AC outlets

-greywater sump pumps

-saltwater washdown pump

-Pur Watermaker 12 volt

-Stereo w/waterproof cockpit speakers

 

Navigation:

-Standard Horizon VHF

-Icom 710 SSB w/tuner

-Icom IC706 MKIIG (backup high frequency radio)

-2 x X-Large Dyna Plates

-B&G Autopilot

-Handheld autopilot remote (usable with saloon engine controls)

-B&G speed

-B&G depth

-B&G log/speed

-B&G Network

-B&G Man Overboard

-B&G Windspeed & Direction

-Garmin GPS Map 3210 Chartplotter

-Garmin GPS

-Furuno RADAR (40 mile)

-Compass

-5 Navigation lights

 

On Deck:

-50 lb CQR anchor with 150' chain (2018) and 250' nylon rode

-30 lb Danforth anchor with 30' chain and 100' nylon rode

-Fortress FX37 spare anchor

-Lofrans 2200 anchor windlass

-Bow para-anchor hard points

-2 x 50 primary winches

-2 x 44 halyard winches

-Bimini

-Trampoline

-2 x 60 forepeak hatches

-6 x dive bottle rack

-Helm seat

-Transom shower

-Davits and Rollbar

-2 Pushpits

-Stanchions & handrails

-2 x Swim ladders

-6 x Mooring cleats

-Mooring lines

-Fenders 

-Anchor bridle

-Flag halyard

 

Engines & Mechanical:

-Yanmar 27hp engines with approx 1800 hours each

-Saildrives

-Flex-o-Fold propellers

-120 amp alternators

-Multistep regulators

-Engine compartment lights

 

Safety & Miscellaneous:

-2 x large automatic bilge pumps

-2 x manual bilge pumps

-2 x aluminum propane tanks

-11 Caribe hard-bottom dinghy - lightweight

-Flares

-Fire extinguishers

-Liferaft

-Lewmar snatchblocks for spinnaker

-Jacklines

 

 

Disclaimer
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.

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

2000

Length

44 ft

Location

Washington

Price

225,000

Status

Active

Make

St Francis

Model

44 MK II

Name

Legato

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

Make: Yanmar

Model:

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 270|horsepower

Year: 2000

Hours: 1800

Location: Port



Make: Yanmar

Model:

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 27|horsepower

Year: 2000

Hours: 1800

Location: Starboard



About This Boat

Smooth & Connected.  Legato.  Like a series of good passages that take you half way around the world and put a smile on your face that lasts a lifetime.  This is a one owner St. Francis 44 MK II.  She has voyaged 40,000 nautical miles.  Yet she has only 1800 hours on her engines.  That means she has delivered a lot of smooth sailing and very little bashing.  This despite having gone from Cape Town to Seattle, back to Panama, and then climbing 6,000 miles of coast again against wind and current to the Pacific Northwest.   Walking her decks today shows how well she was built.  She has no history of major damage or repair.  Her glasswork shows a bit of patina but little to no sign of stress.  

St. Francis 44s are well regarded cruising catamarans and many having circumnavigated.  They are well balanced with the weight right where it is supposed to be - amidships.  Hulls are narrow at the waterline and easily driven by the large rig and amidship engines.  Diagonal drives make the St. Francis imminently beachable and far less likely to entangle a crab pot, wrap an errant line, or ground a drive. The hulls and the coachroof are designed to shed wind - yielding sleek lines.  Broad decks make for secure footing and she has a well protected cockpit.  The MK II designation indicates a larger sail area to displacement ratio than their predecessor and a higher bridgedeck.  Indeed, owners find these to be high pointing, fast sailing, and excellent light air cruising catamarans.  They take good care of their crews and are quite seakindly.  And they can carry a good crew in 4 cabins each with a private ensuite - two with sitz tubs. 

Legato has brought 40,000 miles of joy to her current owners.  They can tell you everything about her.  Alas, she has been in the yard these past two years and needs to be reconnected with the water for many more years of smooth sailing.

 


Additional Details

Specifications & Equipment

Accommodations:  

4 separate cabins each with ensuite heads.  Navigation station and dinette settee occupy the saloon while the cook has a secure and functional galley down to port.  2 Identical Master Suites are forward with queen size beds and and Master Baths which include sits bath and showers. These baths are very open and airy, with beautiful views through large escape hatch windows inboard to the bows and bridge-deck.  Both aft cabin have a double berth and molded shower and head.  Very large storage areas in both fore peaks with access via Lewmar deck hatches as well as thru master bath.

-4 cabins (2 with queen beds)

-4 heads

-Galley

-3 burner Force 10 stove

-Refrigerator

-Freezer

-Sink

-Hot & cold pressurized water

-Saltwater tap at sink

-Salon

-Navigation table

-Settee & dinette

-Stereo/CD

 

Sails & Rigging:

-Painted aluminum crossbeam, mast & boom

-Mainsail (2016), fully battened with stackpack (hoisted twice!)

-Genoa (2016), roller furling (hoisted twice!)

-Storm jib

-Spinnaker (assymetrical)

-Boomvang

-Jibe Preventer

-Fredrickson ball slide system

-Windex

 

Electrical:

-5 100 amp hour deep cycle house batteries

-2 100 amp hour deep cycle starting batteries

-23 cabin lights

-7 cabin fans

-4 x 75 watt solar panels

-SW Windpower 403 wind generator (rebuilt not currently installed)

-Heart 2000 inverter/charger

-Heart battery monitor

-Shorepower with 7 AC outlets

-greywater sump pumps

-saltwater washdown pump

-Pur Watermaker 12 volt

-Stereo w/waterproof cockpit speakers

 

Navigation:

-Standard Horizon VHF

-Icom 710 SSB w/tuner

-Icom IC706 MKIIG (backup high frequency radio)

-2 x X-Large Dyna Plates

-B&G Autopilot

-Handheld autopilot remote (usable with saloon engine controls)

-B&G speed

-B&G depth

-B&G log/speed

-B&G Network

-B&G Man Overboard

-B&G Windspeed & Direction

-Garmin GPS Map 3210 Chartplotter

-Garmin GPS

-Furuno RADAR (40 mile)

-Compass

-5 Navigation lights

 

On Deck:

-50 lb CQR anchor with 150' chain (2018) and 250' nylon rode

-30 lb Danforth anchor with 30' chain and 100' nylon rode

-Fortress FX37 spare anchor

-Lofrans 2200 anchor windlass

-Bow para-anchor hard points

-2 x 50 primary winches

-2 x 44 halyard winches

-Bimini

-Trampoline

-2 x 60 forepeak hatches

-6 x dive bottle rack

-Helm seat

-Transom shower

-Davits and Rollbar

-2 Pushpits

-Stanchions & handrails

-2 x Swim ladders

-6 x Mooring cleats

-Mooring lines

-Fenders 

-Anchor bridle

-Flag halyard

 

Engines & Mechanical:

-Yanmar 27hp engines with approx 1800 hours each

-Saildrives

-Flex-o-Fold propellers

-120 amp alternators

-Multistep regulators

-Engine compartment lights

 

Safety & Miscellaneous:

-2 x large automatic bilge pumps

-2 x manual bilge pumps

-2 x aluminum propane tanks

-11 Caribe hard-bottom dinghy - lightweight

-Flares

-Fire extinguishers

-Liferaft

-Lewmar snatchblocks for spinnaker

-Jacklines

 

 

Disclaimer
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.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile
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