This Stamas 44 is considered a quality long range cruising sailboat designed for offshore sailing or as a great liveaboard!
Seller is ready to move on from sailing.
She was used seasonally for 5 months per year, and is now reasonably priced and ready to set sail again with her new captain and crew.
This Stamas Ketch Center Cockpit 44 is a very comfortable cruising sailboat with quality in mind, many upgrades and very spacious. Perfect boat for cruising or staying aboard long term!
Nice and bright main salon, full galley, aft master stateroom and forward cabin, each with full heads/showers and ample storage. Repowered in 1998 Yanmar 43 HP with only 3661 Hours.Navigation electronics station with desk and seat forward of companionway for added office space as well as navigation.Aft passageway, was converted to a pantry with plenty of storage, leads to spacious aft stateroom w/ double berth and full head.Forward stateroom sports a large V berth, cedar lined hanging lockers and a private head and shower. Fully Air Conditioned and so much more!
1998 Yanmar 43hp 3661 Hours
Northernlights 8kw Genset 1259 Hours
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Large settee which converts to a double berth
Adjustable teak dinette table
Port side mid-berth with storage below
Teak interior bulkheads and trim
Teak and Holly Sole
Teak Navigation station
13,000 Btu Main Air Conditioner
Cedar lined hanging locker
Teak 5 shelf cabinet
Cedar lined drawers
Fold down dressing seat at vanity
Private Electric head with separate shower
Teak slatted shower seat
Vanity and home size sink
6,000 BTU Air Condition Unit
Private/day head with shower
Vanity and sink
Cedar lined double hanging locker
Cedar lined drawers
Full Size Refrigerator Freezer
10 Gallon Hot Water Tank
Plenty of Storage
Yanmar 1998 43Hp Motor
3-Bladed bronze propeller
Engine bed through bolted to hull stringers
Teleflex hydraulic steering
FRP rudder with SS shaft
Dual access engine room with standing room
2-Zone Cruisair air conditioning/heat- salon & master cabin
Plenty of spare parts
Raytheon 24 Mile Radar
Interphase Matrix Forward and Side Scan Depth Finder
Cetrek Pilot 715 Autopilot
8Kw Northern Lights Genset
110VAC shore power with shore power cable
Polarity indicator with alarm
Heart Interface 2000 10charger/inverter W/ remote panel
Heart Link 2000 Battery monitor
110 VAC/12 VDC Electrical panel
Battery test indicator, voltmeter, amp meter, battery switch
Ground fault circuit protection
110 VAC duplex outlets-10
Interior Lights All LED
45 lb CQR plus anchor
Bow pulpit with roller
Anchor locker-port and starboard
SS Standing rigging
SS Stanchions with through bolted bases
Double lifelines and gates-port, starboard and aft
Through bolted SS chain plates
Main sheet traveler
Custom steering pedestal with compass, engine controls, instruments and Destroyer Wheel
3 Barient halyard winches-2 main, 1 mizzen
Barient self tailing Genoa sheet winches
1 mainsheet winch & I outhaul winch
Tender with Yamaha 15hp Outboard Motor
Main sail, Doyle Sails, very good condition
Jib, Doyle Sails, very good condition
Mizzen, rarely used, l
Harken roller furling main & jib
Full cockpit enclosure-
Stamas has been recognized for building strong, seaworthy vessels since the 1960's. They have continued to innovate and raise the standards of quality boat building since opening in Tarpon Springs, Florida. Their expertise in fiberglass boat building led them to develop boats for the US and foreign militaries, patrol boats for law enforcement agencies and research/exploration vessels as well. Many features that have become standard on boats were Stamas innovations. Fiberglass inner liners and self- bailing cockpits were created at Stamas.
Our 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.