Guaymas, Sonora Mexico
2014 Farrier 44 SC
One-of-a kind, FAST, light and yet perfect for liveaboard! Powered by a sloop rig and twin 2 Yanmar 3GYM20 engines with sail drives that have only 300 engine hours. One owner/builder. Strong and proven performance cruiser. Capable of 11 knots, cruises easily at 7.5 knots.
Twin centerboards and kick-up rudder allow you to get close to the beach or cruise around shallows easily.
Rotating mast, 2 spreaders, extra stout rigging. Carbon fiber stanchions on deck.
Designed by Ian Farrier, of Farrier Marine in New Zealand, known for race-winning designs with seaworthiness. No cheap materials used – all core-cell / epoxy composite fiberglass construction. Launched in 2014 in Hood River, OR, tested on the Columbia River. Cruised from Oregon, down the California Coast. A Baja Haha veteran.
Roomy interiors complement outdoor living and cruising areas. A strong, practical and fast cruising catamaran!
Recent survey available upon request!
328 HRS 20 HP
Num of Engines
Guaymas, Sonora Mexico
Great layout for cruising and sailing.
Board\n from the sugarscoop stepped transoms on either ama. Main cockpit area \nspans the full 23’ beam. Steering stations to either side of the \ncockpit, with full controls and navigation equipment at starboard helm. \nAft is a traveler, optional netting underneath the integrated stern \narch, which supports the solar array. Radar dome and aerials to port. \nAll cockpit and deck areas are self-bailing.
Enter\n the main cabin areas through the sliding glass doors located forward of\n the cockpit and to the left of the main helm station.
The\n main interior cabin deck spans the two amas and allows the living area \nto be part of the action! At the entrance, reefer/freezer is to port, \nfollowed by generous counter space and easy access to port side steering\n cables. Galley continues across and to port, followed by navigation \nstation, carbon-fiber dinette table and general seating in the main \ncabin. The amas are accessed by the main cabin area by carbon fiber \nsteps down to either port or starboard.
Port\n and starboard amas: Forward storage areas accessed via watertight type \nhatches followed aft to heads with composting toilets and shower \nfacilities. Portside ama has more carbon fiber steps leading up to \ngenerous twin sleeping area. Midships on either ama are sinks. Full aft \nare the master cabins with raised sleeping berths and engine access \nunder each berth.
All systems are readily accessible and therefore easy to maintain!
Note: Starboard forward upper cabin window above the wraparound seating area needs repair/replacement.\n \n
Galley is located to port side of the main cabin area:
Large carbon-fiber fixed dinette table in the center of the main cabin seats. Wraparound seating.\n \n
Two master staterooms, one in each ama, located full aft. Each stateroom is equipped with generous queen-sized berths.
Access to each engine is below the berths.
Sleeps a total of 6 people in 3 cabins.\n \n
Sails and Rigging: Cruise equipped
Navigation station is in the main cabin and to port. Features a folding nav station work table
Two\n Yanmar 3-cylinder, naturally aspirated inboard diesel engines that are \nconnected to Yanmar saildrive units . Engines are located in port and \nstarboard aft engine compartments in each hull.
Additional info: Gallons/hour at cruise speed = .5
Gallons/hour at Max speed = .75
Range: 560 nm
MARIANA\n was built over a 5-year period in Oregon by her owner using Systems \nThree Silvertip epoxy resin, tri-axial fiberglass and CoreCell foam. \nNothing cheap was used in its construction – all epoxy build. Two \ncenterboards are provided under each ama and provide directional \nstability as well as the ability to beach the vessel.
More design notes here:
f-boat.com/pages/catamarans/F-44SC.html (copy/paste in search field)
Owner/builder’s blog here:
supercruiser.blogspot.com/ (copy/paste in search field)\n \n \n
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.