Sailing BoatsBlue Water CruisersJeanneauSun Magic 44
1988 Jeanneau Sun Magic 44; Solid construction giving her great seakeeping qualities, with generous accommodation for 8 makes this Sun Magic 44 a comfortable and realistic long-distance cruiser, at a reasonable and negotiable price. The boat is fitted in the well-sought after forward master cabin and en-suite layout and twin aft double berth cabins. As well as having a brand new 2017/18 headsail fitted to her furling genoa at a cost of €8000.00. The current owner of the vessel is a maritime professional. Hull requires some TLC.
Owners Layout; Master Cabin Double Berth Massive Storage Owners Private En Suite with Stand Up Shower. Small Seating Area to Starboard
Jabsco manual sea toilet Sink unit with storage Stand up shower area
Large Light Oak table Seating for 8 people Paneling in Light Oak Ample Portholes for Great Lighting Carpeted Flooring Large Heads Area with Stand Up Shower.
Double sink Top loading refridgerator Twin gas hob Gas oven and grill Multiple storage cupboards
Chartplotter Vhf Lifting chart table Cushioned seat Generous storage Switchboard with battery voltmeters
Starboard aft cabin
Double Berth Washbasin Wardrobe
Port aft cabin
Double Berth Private Access to Main Heads Wardrobe Washbasin
Perkins Prima M50 4 cylinder diesel
Brand new furling headsail made up by McWilliams Sailmakers November 2017 at a cost of €8000.00 (receipts to prove). Full professional Survey carried out in 2017. Copies of the Survey document available on request. Boat comes optioned with a Steel Fin Keel. The rudder has been replaced with a balanced wooden model on a short skeg. Hull is composed of a glass fiber (cloth) and kevlar composite (Aramat 9035K) for exceptional structural rigidity.
Origional Manufacturers description
The most perfect union of traditional and modern styles, the interior of Sun Magic 44 is the realization of the ideal match between luxury materials (teak, velvety cloth) and contemporary figment design (rounded bulkhead angles, slatted shutter-style locker doors). The yacht is proposed in two after-section appointments: Team: two aft cabins (two cabins forward plus saloon) Owner's: a large aft cabin going over the craft's centreline and vast adjoining head with a double wash-basin unit (two cabins forward plus saloon). In both cases, each of the forward and aft "leaving areas" benefits from a separate head with a perfect GRP finish which is decorated in matching colours . On looking into the Sun Magic 44's immense saloon, the visitor cannot fail to appreciate the top flight finish of the entire unit as well as the evident freshness of approach in its conception. The saloon area itself with it all-round settee, the overhead and hull linings enhanced by the teak slating, the perfect adjustment of which implies masterful joinery, all these factors provide further evidence of this quality finish. The galley is all that one expects of one required to cater for from 8 to 12 diners. With an elegant rounding links work surface to lockers. The two forward cabins each propose their own solution: double berth or bunks (hanging locker for four cabins. The large head forward is the domain of the forward cabins and features an inner-molded GRP figment appointment which appears to be sculpted and features a totally protected shower. The task of providing for the ventilation of the Sun Magic 44 is carried off with ease by 4 deck lights and 4 portholes. Numerous totally novel touches bear witness to the creative effort involved in the creation of the Sun Magic 44, be it in the avionics-inspired module to chart table, or in the special deck fittings (cleats, end fittings, fairleads, stanchion bases); on the Sun Magic 44 total quality has been the watchword in each and every department. The Sun Magic 44 is built following the stringent principles which have gone to make the international reputation which Jeanneau enjoys. Her hull is built of Aramat 9035 K, the glass cloth/Kevlar composite which affords a safety plus. The cloths are hand-rolled at a constant temperature. The frame ribs, the longitudinal battens along the length of the stringer, the bulkheads, which are all are bonded to the hull by lamination, the deck/hull joint is taken up in traditional lamination, the inner liner areas are aesthetic reasons never for structural. The keel is epoxy-treated.
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.
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ocated 20 minutes from Cork Airport. Airport car hire available.
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