St. Francis 44 MK II - “MANGA ROSA ”

St. Francis 44 MK II - “MANGA ROSA ”

2004 St Francis 44 MK II

Being there for her launch and having sold her to her two previous owners, I can say without doubt that Manga Rosa is the finest St Francis 44 MkII ever launched!

Whilst St Francis Marine is renowned for building top quality, ocean-going catamarans, her first owner decided he wanted to take the best and make it even better. Lighter, stronger and with the best finishes possible. Hull, deck and modules were supplied by St Francis Marine and the rest was completed by High Tech Yachts in Cape Town, specialists in custom composite yachts. What followed, was a truly remarkable example of a 44 MK II. Instead of the usual rough fairing and stipple painting of the interior fibreglass surfaces, as is the norm, her owner wanted perfectly faired interior surfaces. The result is a hugely labour intensive, beautifully faired interior with a very smooth matt finish. Her joinery is top quality. An aesthetically pleasing, custom designed and professionally built foam core bimini top was added to finish her off. She is certainly one of a kind and a must see!

Manga Rosa, originally Utopia, remained virtually unused, yet professionally maintained, until 2012. She still had that factory-new smell and her engines had under 300hrs! She then sailed from Cape Town to the Caribbean, followed by a crossing to Europe. Her current owner has sailed her back to the Caribbean.

It is claimed that of all production catamaran builders, St Francis Marine has the highest percentage of boats built, completing circumnavigations. Exceptional seaworthiness, ease of handling and proven design and construction, makes this boat the ideal choice for those sailors wanting to explore well off the beaten path.

With plenty of solar, wind charger, water maker, lithium battery and much more, Manga Rosa is ready to take her next lucky owner on new adventures.

For more information on this beautiful St Francis, or to arrange a viewing, contact Carl.

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LOA: 44'
TYPE: St. Francis
MODEL: 44 MK II
YEAR: 2004
USD: $295,000
LYING: Grenada
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Managing Broker
Carl Olivier
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:


Dimensions
  • LOA: 13,45m
  • LWL: 12,1m
  • Beam: 7,2m
  • Draft: 1m
  • Displacement: 7 Tonnes
  • Mast height: 18.71m

Tankage
  • Diesel Tanks: 2 x 180 lt
  • Water tanks: 2 x 170 lt
  • Holding Tanks: 4 x 130 lt

Engines
  • 2 x Yanmar 27hp diesels with SD20 sail drives (ONLY 1150 hours each)
  • Autostream feathering, 3 blade, adjustable pitch propellers

Sails & Rigging
  • Sparcraft aluminium mast and boom
  • Stainless steel standing rigging
  • Schaefer 2100 roller furler system
  • Quantum mainsail, fully battened & roached
  • Stack-pack and lazy-jacks
  • Quantum furling genoa - 135%
  • Storm jib

Electrical & Mechanical
  • 2 x 105 amp/hr engine start batteries
  • Lithium 200 amp/hr house battery (NEW in 2013) - given that 100% of the capacity is usable, it is equivalent to approx. 800 amp/hr's of conventional, not to mention heavy, deep cycle batteries.  This results in huge space and weight savings and together with it's "black box" control unit, ensures many years of trouble-free use.
  • Mastervolt inverter/charger - 2000W, 220v 
  • 220v-110v voltage converter (2000 watt)
  • 6 solar panels generating 790 watts
  • Tristar MPPT solar regulator
  • Airbreeze wind turbine (NEW 2012)
  • Shore power cord
  • Xantrex Link 2000 battery monitoring system
  • L.E.D lighting throughout
  • TV aerial
  • Alarm with motion sensor and pepper spray
  • 4 bilge pumps
  • water heater
  • hot and cold pressurised water throughout
  • Echo-tech water maker - 50L/hr (NEW in 2013), with spare filters

Electronics
  • Raymarine Radar - 18", 48nm, (NEW Aug 2015)
  • Raymarine A7 chart plotter/radar display (NEW Aug 2015)
  • AIS Digital Yacht AIT3000 Class B transponder (NEW July 2015)
  • VHF ICOM transceiver
  • Epirb 406 MHz ACR
  • Garmin GPSMap 421 Chart plotter at helm
  • Cockpit compass
  • Raymarine ST60+ (depth, speed, wind, temp) with GPS and auto pilot
  • Auto pilot: Raymarine ST6001+

Galley
  • 3 burner propane stove
  • propane oven and grill
  • gas Alarm
  • twin sink with hot and cold water
  • manual sea water pump
  • 80 litre 12v refrigerator
  • 115 litre 12v/220v freezer
  • Gas leak sensor with solenoid shut-off
  • 12.5kg and 13kg propane tanks

Deck & extras
  • gas/charcoal BBQ
  • 2 x electric 52ST Andersen primary winches
  • traveller winch (40)
  • mast winch (44)
  • 16 Weller deck hatches
  • 7 Weller port lights
  • primary anchor: Manson Supreme 35kg
  • secondary Anchor: Fortress FX-37
  • 2 x 8kg backup anchors
  • 60m of 10mm chain
  • Quick windlass - 1500W with remote control and chain counter in cockpit
  • Assorted mooring lines
  • Sea anchor
  • 8 fenders
  • 10' Caribe Dingy with 15hp 2 stroke Yamaha outboard
  • dinghy davits (NEW in 2012 - very strong and designed to lift dinghy high for passage making)
  • 4 auto-inflatable lifejackets
  • 10 standard lifejackets
  • 8 man liferaft ( capacity 8 persons ) with provisions (next service Sept 2016)
  • flares
  • first aid kit
  • cockpit table capacity
  • 2 scuba diving tanks
  • diving vest and regulators
  • stand-up paddle board with carbon fibre paddle
  • portable steps for easy access to dinghy
  • custom designed and factory built hardtop bimini on aluminium supports - one of only two built - lightweight yet very strong, to support 6 x solar panels and the weight of multiple people
  • drop-down clear bimini sides as well as sunshade
  • saloon window shades
  • hatch covers
  • fishing tackle
  • portable vacuum cleaner
  • high pressure cleaner
  • 2 aluminium bicycles
  • various tools and spares
  • washing machine

Accommodations
  • 4 en-suite cabins - 2 queens forward, 2 doubles aft
  • forward cabins have spacious heads, each with a sitz bath and shower
  • beige leatherette saloon upholstery
  • teak and holly flooring in hulls and high-quality carpeting in saloon
  • her interior has been beautifully finished off in Maple, to a very high standard of workmanship
  • superior quality fittings have been used throughout
  • fans in each cabin

Disclaimer: The Multihull 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

Carl Olivier

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