International Marine built this Sarabande 41 in France in 1986. In 1999 she was purchased by her current owners and totally refit with a new Yanmar diesel, new sails, new upholstery, and refreshed interior varnish. Many of the systems were replaced and upgraded equipment added. More recently, new canvas has been purchased for the dodger, bimini, and connector panel. Moriah is clean and shows extremely well. Her hull bottom has just been repainted and her topsides freshly painted (2013). The interior is beautifully finished in teak and complemented with a new headliner. Her teak and ebony cabin sole gleams with gloss varnish. The Sarabande 41 design was slightly ahead of its time, and today many well-known builders are offering raised cabin layouts much like hers, although at a significantly higher cost. You must inspect this beautiful Sarabande 41 to see first-hand just how extraordinary she is. Read descriptions below to see just how much refit and restoration has been completed.
Berths for six are provided in the V-berth (2), port and starboard settees (2), and mid-cabin berth (2). Down the companionway, the sit-down chart table/nav station is located conveniently to starboard with the galley opposite. Aft to port or starboard is the access to the dinette and seating in the main cabin. The huge U-shaped dinette (seats 10) is the focal point for meals and gatherings. A beautiful teak dinette with drop leaves is built to house the easily accessed main engine and provide for entertaining guests and crew. Offshore, the settees will make comfortable sea berths, intelligently located aft where the motion will be less.
The galley is equipped with a top-loading Adler Barbour refrigerator with freezer, a Force 10 gimbaled propane 3-burner stove and oven, and abundant storage. Completing the galley setup are double stainless steel sinks, hot and cold pressure water, new sink faucet, and plenty of storage in cabinets both above and below the work surface.
New complete propane system, panel, hoses, fittings, regulator, and solenoid.
Head and Plumbing
A reliable manual marine head is provided along with hot and cold pressure water. Hot water is supplied electrically by a hot water heater when dockside and via a heat exchanger from the engine when underway. A 12-volt shower sump pump (NEW) will discharge shower water, helping to keep the bilge clean and odor free. A 25-gallon holding tank may be emptied via a dockside pump out or discharged via a manual pump (NEW 2011) and thru hull.
New sanitation hoses (1999)
The Sarabande 41, Moriah, has both 110V AC and 12V DC services. The 110-volt AC shore power provides dockside service for hot water, the battery charging system, multiple outlets in the galley, head, and each cabin. The Yanmar diesel has an upgraded high-output 100amp Balmar alternator for charging the 12volt batteries. Batteries are 2008 gel batteries (3) 8D’s and (1) Grp 31. Both the 110V and 12V service panels are equipped with breaker switches above the nav station. A StatPower Charger/Inverter (1800w) battery charger is aboard. She also has a freshwater or salt water deck washdown at the bow and stern and H/C shower in the cockpit. All electrical wiring was replaced in 1999. All interior lights are LED except for reading lights and galley fluorescent.
Raymarine Speed, Depth, and below-deck AutoPilot with remote
Hull, Deck, and Cabin
New thruhulls (1999)
Sails and Rigging
Full Batten mainsail w/two reef points (Quantum Sails 1999)
Yanmar 4JH2E 44HP - Diesel - 750 engine hours
Goiot Electric Windlass with gypsy and drum
Safety Equipment and Accessories
The Sarabande 41, Moriah, is a very capable and accommodating sailboat. She’ll take you places over the horizon quickly and safely. Her “miscellaneous” list includes SS swim ladder on the transom, new Whale manual bilge pump, Ritchie binnacle compass, pressurized shore water connection, and an electric bilge pump with float switch. There are two huge cockpit lockers provided for ideal stowage of liferafts, bicycles, diving gear, etc. A West Marine by Zodiac inflatable (11’) has a high pressure floor so that it can be totally deflated and stored compactly when not in use.
Details on the above vessels are believed to be true and reliable, but cannot be guaranteed.
Offer subject to change, sale, or withdrawal without prior notice.