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1999 Shannon 39 located in Maine for sale

41.6' Shannon 39

Year
Length
Beam
Draft
Location
Price
1999
41.6'
12'
5.5'
Maine
$175,000

Description: PLEASE CONTACT TIM HUTCHISON AT ( 207)-233-3444

Gorgeous new exterior varnish job just completed!

Shannons are high quality sailboats known for their soundness of construction, seaworthiness, and attractive lines as discussed in some detail in Ferenc Mate's book, "The Worlds Best Sailboats".

All Shannon sailboats are "semi-custom", with the hull being standard and everything else custom designed through discussions with the owner. Thus, it takes some time to build one, and they are rather expensive. A significant factor in the cost lies in the owner's specifications.

"The Shannon 39 is an extremely well-built and finished product. It is a boat that one would quickly come to know and feel safe in no matter how harsh the conditions. Comfortable below and on deck, she is destined to become the final yacht purchase for a lot of experienced cruisers" -Sailing
The classic lines, beauty and ease of handling make the Shannon 39 the perfect boat for a single hander or couple to sail and live aboard. They are extremely well built and excellent ocean sailing capability with speed and seaworthiness.

MISTIE is a Shannon 39, essentially an upgraded version of the very popular Shannon 38, There are only 9 of these boats in existence and she is the prettiest, with her teak rub rail and 4 teak framed cockpit cubby holes rather than the usual 2 large unframed ones. The interior finish is all teak with white cabin overhead and many little extras such as wine storage and extra drawers built into the salon table and the salon side of the galley counter. The keel stepped mast is located out of sight in the head.

In 2014, Shannon estimated that a new 39 built to similar specifications would be priced around $800,000.

Equipment: Designer: Walter Schulz & Associates
LWL: 32 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Ballast: 6900 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 18700 lbs

2000 Yanmar Diesel 4JH2-E
Propeller: 3 blade propeller

In 2005 at 4000 hours the Yanmar was removed and completely gone over and has since run flawlessly for another 4000 hours.

TANKS
87 gal.Fresh Water Tanks:
72 gal. Fuel Tank
25 gal Holding Tank

GALLEY
U-shaped galley with deep, double stainless steel sinks
Pressurized hot/cold water
Back-up fresh water foot pump
Pot storage in counter locker
gimbaled Tasco propane 3-burner stove with oven
Sea Frost Deep electric refrigerator, with ice cube freezer
Closed bin shelves above countertop with sliding mahogany doors

SAILS AND RIGGING
Working Sail Area: 749 sq ft
Mainsail, 422 sq. ft.
Genoa 130%, 462 sq. ft.,
Yankee, 168 sq. ft.
Storm trysail with slides and track on mast
Storm Staysail
Sails recently inspected, in serviceable condition.
Custom Metalmast Marine aluminum spars
Navtec rod standing rigging
Main jiffy reefing from cockpit
Genoa and Yankee on Harken roller Furlers
Schaeffer adjustable mainsheet traveler on house
Schaeffer lazy jacks
Vinyl coated stainless steel wire topping lift
Double spreaders with flag halyard
Storm Jib (Hank on)

HULL AND DECK
Edson pedestal steering with teak wheel
Binnacle, 5" Richie compass
fold-out, varnished teak table with beverage holder
Easily accessible life raft storage under cockpit sole
Deep sail locker starboard, shallow pan locker port
Line/winch handle teak trimmed storage under coamings
Propane bottles mounted in lazarette
Ideal electric windlass
3 Anchors CQR 45#, Danforth 20#, and Luke 70# first two have rode and chain in split anchor lockers.
White cabin trunk with teak grabrails, eye brows, and dorade boxes
Double stainless steel lifelines with port and starboard gates
Stainless steel bow pulpit and stern rail
Teak Rubrail with stainless steel half round
Skylight hatches, main and forward cabins
10 SS opening ports
Hand laid composite hull with PVC foam core
Vinylester resin and biaxial laminates
Internal lead ballast (no keel bolts)
Skeg-mounted rudder
Propeller is protected in aperture

ELECTRONICS / ELECTRICAL

Datamarine DCS100 Knotmeter & Log
Datamarine DCW 360/80 Wind Speed & Direction
Datamarine CA220 Control Panel
Raymarine RL70RC Pathfinder Displays at Navstation(B/W) and Wheel (Color)
Furuno LS6000 Depthsounder
Raymarine Raystar 112 LP GPS Sensor
Robertson AP20 Autopilot w/remote
Raymarine Radar
Card Model 060 Radar Detector
Standard Horizon VHF
Trace 1500 Watt Inverter/Charger
YAESU Single Side Band Radio
Trace 1500 Watt Inverter/Charger

INTERIOR

Main Salon
Oiled Teak woodwork with contrasting white overhead
Teak and holly sole
Two settees with 4" foam cushions extend to single berths Teak drop-leaf table with interior bottle storage, seats 6
Book shelves, open storage shelves and lockers
Closed hanging locker
Espar Cabin Heater
Forward Cabin
Door to main Salon with separate door to head
V-berth with 5" inch foam and filler cushion
Shelf storage Port and Starboard above berth, drawer storage below
Two opening ports
Opening hatch
Head:
Sink vanity w/mirror
Raritan electric toilet
Shower
Storage cabinets

Location: Yarmouth, Maine
L75954
207233-3444

Material
Hull
Type
Rigging
Cabins
Condition
fiberglass
monohull
cruiser
cutter
2
excellent

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This Shannon 39 Added 25-Sep-2018



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