This boat was the culmination of a two year design process coupled with a lot of research and input from cruising and live aboard sailors. This raised saloon cruiser is unique in many ways. She is genuinely comfortable for extended periods of living aboard and her hull shape is meant for bluewater. Her sailing systems are well laid out with all sail controls leading to the cockpit to an electric winch. She is nimble underway and easily controlled with her furling main and genoa. The overall quality of her fit and finish is excellent. Her lead ballast winged keel draws only 4’ 11" and her air draft is 62’ 4" making her intracoastal waterway friendly and perfect for the Bahamas. Ample tankage for fuel and water extend her cruising range. The rudder is hung on a partial skeg that allows for well-supported upper and lower bearings and the propeller shaft is housed in a molded skeg, making it far less vulnerable and helps the boat to track well. She has a "flexible" workroom/third cabin. It can function as a work room or a third sleeping cabin for children with over and under berths and is accessible from the deck or aft cabin, a wonderful cruising feature. Included is an AB hard-bottom hypalon inflatable with a 4 hp, 4 stroke Yamaha outboard motor.
"Little Eagle" has been well cared for and lightly used by her original owner. She looks nearly like new and is priced to sell. If you’re in the market for an extremely comfortable cruiser or live aboard with a turn of speed, come take a look. You won’t be disappointed!
Please contact Paul Rubin direct at (772) 321-2435 or e-mail email@example.com for additional information
Please contact Paul Rubin at (772) 321-2435
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 45 ft 3 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 44 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
Displacement: 25528 lbs
Ballast: 8600 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 62 ft 4 in
Headroom: 6 ft 10 in
The interior space is bright, airy and nicely finished. She has two impressive cabins and an area of flex space, which is ideal for cruisers or living aboard. The saloon, galley and nav station are not sacrificed to make room for more sleeping cabins. There are only three steps from the cockpit down to the cabin sole. The large galley area is immediately to starboard making it easy to pass food up to the crew in the cockpit. It’s equipped with a double stainless steel sink, a three burner propane stove, microwave oven and plenty of storage lockers including a useful drawer bank with various size compartments. The fridge, which is brand new as of this writing, is front opening and easy to reach. The freezer is top loading on the outboard side of the galley. Opposite the galley is the aft head and nav station. The head is a completely molded unit with a foldaway shower compartment. The nav station includes a nice sized desk and a comfortable stand alone swivel chair. The saloon features a very clever table that can be raised and lowered electrically, and the four corners fold to create a cockpit table or a large dining table (see the photo section of the listing). The table is draped by a C-shaped settee that can easily seat six or more. Opposite dinette is more of a sofa than settee with cushions shaped for comfort. The center back section drops down to form a table for drinks, etc. The forward and aft seats have reclining back and foot rests that raise to become ottomans.
The space below the cabin sole is large with plenty of room for additional equipment and the plumbing is led to a central location with easy access. The owner’s cabin is forward and includes a centerline double berth with an innerspring mattress, with large drawers beneath, a deep locker, and a dressing table. There are LED lights and roll out shades throughout the vessel. The forward head is accessed from the owner’s cabin and is also a fully molded unit making it leak proof. Both shower drains are lead to a single dedicated sump, simplifying the plumbing.
The aft cabin is very spacious and includes a double berth with an innerspring mattress and a large set of hanging lockers. There is a door to access the "flex" space which can either be a workroom or a third cabin. This space is quite large and can be accessed from the cockpit as well, perfect for cruising sailors or live aboards.
"Little Eagle" represents real value in today’s market. She was specifically designed for cruising or living aboard. She is very well built, completely equipped and in nearly new condition. She has just 181 hours on her efficient Yanmar diesel. Included is a AB hard-bottom hypalon inflatable with a 4 hp 4-stoke Yamaha, Switlik Life Raft, and an EPRIB. She has been very well maintained and upgraded throughout her life. She is clearly the best 440 on the market today. Come take a look, you will not be disappointed.
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.