Boat Name: Soggy Paws

A carefully maintained CSY 44 Walkthrough, has safely and comfortably carried her owners over 40,000 nautical miles through the Caribbean and across the Pacific to Southeast Asia, owned by the current owners for 20 years.

Features:

  • Engine Brand: Perkins
  • Year Built: 1980
  • Engine Model: 4-154
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 7000 after rebuild (Amsoil bypass synthetic oil filtration system)
  • Drive Type: Direct Drive (Borg-Warne Velvet Drive Transmission)
  • Fresh Water Tanks: 4 fiberglass (165 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 aluminum (125 Gallons)
  • Holding Tanks: 1 flexible
  • Number of single berths: 2
  • Number of double berths: 2
  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2
  • Powered by single Perkins freshwater cooled 4-154 4-cylinder 62 hp diesel
    Many spare parts provided (ask for list)
  • New Aquamet 19 prop shaft 2005
  • 3-blade Johnson Sailprop 24”x15 propeller (spare identical prop provided, both reconditioned 2007 by professional prop shop)
  • Propeller guard and line cutter on shaft
  • Edson mechanical steering, new cables 2007
  • 150 amp Powerline alternator
  • Dual Racor primary fuel filters
  • Many hand, electric, and specialized tools

(All sails made of Challenge Marblehead premium high tenacity high modulus polyester cloth)

  • Kenyon Mast and boom
  • Roller furling genoa, 120% 720sqft, 9.77 oz cloth, with sunbrella cover
  • Full batten main with 3 reef points, 430 sqft, rigged for single handed sailing
  • Roller furling staysail 230 sqft, 10.77 oz cloth, with sunbrella cover
  • External chainplates made of 316L SS, ½” thick
  • Heavy-duty stainless steel safety bars at mast
  • 6 Cockpit Winches (4 Lewmar, 2 Barient)
  • 3 Mast Winches
  • 2 Spinnaker Poles
  • Batteries: 4 6-volt house bank, Rolls Surrette CH375, 750ah total, 2007
  • Start battery new 2013
  • Xantrex Freedom 20 Inverter/Charger with Link 2000 battery monitor
  • Second (backup) charger - Progressive Dynamics PD70
  • Second (backup) 400 watt inverter - for charging computers, and hand-held devices
  • Shore power: 110v AC 30-amp, one 50-foot cord, rotary Inverter/Shore selector switch
  • 2x175w Solar World, 4x50 w Solar World and 2x55w Siemens solar panels, all in series/parallel for 24 volts to Outback 60A MPPT solar controller/charger
  • CPT Autopilot, with spares
  • Garmin GPSMap 76 with area charts installed
  • Computer-based charting with external monitor & world charts
  • Furuno 1622 16 nm radar with swivel arm, viewable in main cabin or cockpit
  • VHF: West Marine VHF 500 (nav station), with antenna at mast head
  • VHF: Raymarine (helm station), with antenna on arch
  • Clipper Wind Instrument with spare components
  • Vertex VX-1700 HF radio with automatic tuner, insulated backstay antenna and Dynaplate sea water ground plane (tx/rx on both Ham and Marine freqs)
  • AM-FM cassette and CD player, w/Ipod input
  • LED lighting throughout vessel, including anchor and tri lights 2013
  • Lightning ground system with mast tied to a seawater lightning ground bar on the hull.
  • 11 cuft upright refrigerator - 12vDC Frigoboat Keel Cooler - R20 Insulation
  • 3 cuft top-loading freezer - 12vDC Frigoboat Keel Cooler - R22 Insulation
  • Force 10 3-burner stove/oven, 2 x 20 lb aluminum propane tanks
  • Pressure fresh water to both heads, galley and aft shower with both electric pump and foot pump
  • Fresh water PVC manifold to control which fresh water tank is in use
  • Microwave oven
  • 220v window air conditioner mounted in companionway
  • 12v Hella fans in all cabins
  • Custom Stainless Steel dual bow roller
  • Custom Stainless Steel Bow Pulpit
  • Lofrans 1200 Tigress windlass at bow
  • 45-lb CQR primary anchor on 200" of 3/8 G4/HT chain
  • 33-lb Bruce type secondary anchor with 50’ 3/8 HT chain and 225' of ¾” nylon line
  • 35-lb Danforth High Tensile stern anchor
  • Custom Hard Dodger with removable or roll-up windows and cockpit enclosure
  • New Radar arch and davits 2013
  • Aft swim platform and boarding ladder with fresh water hose
  • Large number of new spare polyester halyards, sheets and other running rigging lines
  • 2 Raritan PH2 marine commodes with many spare parts
  • Full separate shower compartment forward plus shower in aft head and at stern
  • Four fiberglass water tanks with 165 total gallons capacity equipped with PVC tank valve manifold
  • Bronze Apollo and Groco quarter turn ball valve seacocks throughout
  • Automatic pressure fresh water system with filters at deck fills and before fresh water pressure pump.
  • Freshwater foot-pump in galley for backup pressure system
  • Salt water tap with foot-pump in galley
  • Separate drinking water filtration system in galley
  • Macerator in galley sink to control sink drainage no matter what tack you are on.
  • Full Painstaking Blister Job in 2009 (Hempel Barrier Coat System, 40 mils thickness)--No blisters since
  • Boat was designed for tropical cruising
  • 7 large opening hatches including companionway
  • Screens and security bars for hatches
  • 12 opening ports with mosquito screens
  • 4 large windows protected with ½” Lexan polycarbonate (with sun covers)
  • 6 person Revere Offshore liferaft in vacuum bag, valise and hard shell mounted in rear of cockpit.
  • Paine Wessex flares
  • Harnesses and life jackets
  • FE 41 Halon equivalent auto engine room fire extinguisher system, plus additional fire extinguishers on boat
  • Man overboard ring
  • New 2015 9.5 ft Apus Hypalon Dinghy
  • 5 HP Yanmar Outboard Engine
  • External gas tank for outboard
  • Set of fenders and docklines

Specifications:

Naval Architect
Builder Caribbean Sailing Yachts (CSY), Tampa, FL
Type Monohull
Year 1980
LOA 44 ft 0 in
LWL
Beam 13 ft 3 in
Draft Maximum 5 ft 4 in
Mast Height
Displacement 40,000 lbs
Engines Perkins
Mainsail
Jib
Gennaker
Fresh water Tanks 4 fiberglass (165 Gallons)
Fuel Gas Tanks 2 aluminum (125 Gallons)
Cabins 3
Heads 2

Location:

Ocean View Marina, Samal Island, Davao del Norte, Philippines
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