Allied Yachts has a solid reputation for building affordable quality boats. With normal care and maintenance, an Allied Yacht will outlive multiple owners and "Sapphire" has had excellent care by her owners and is ready to begin another chapter in her log book. Recently, she has just been used for the occasional "day sail" and no cruises or even an over-night, so inside her cabin has had little use and shows well. More pictures and information will be available in a Dropbox folder so call, text or e-mail if you want to see more of "Saffire"
For more information on the history of Allied Boats see the "External link" at the bottom of the "View Full Specifications Page" or call the listing broker.
Please feel free to call me on the cell phone 410-310-3476, text or e-mail me at any time if you have any questions or there is anything else I can do for you.
David M. Cox, CPYB
Certified Professional Yacht Broker
Prior to the current owner purchasing "Sapphire" in 2003, the boat was extensively refitted by the Oxford Boat Yard in 1994/1995..
Since owning her, she has been kept at a private well protected dock up a small creek outside of Oxford, Md.
Routine maintenance has been done by qualified service personnel and the Oxford Boatyard with routine hauling over the winter and bottom painting as necessary.
The latest electronic gadgets have not been needed for the casual use of the boat in local waters, but the important information (depth, speed, wind readings are supplied by B&G equipment.
Harken Roller furler on the Genoa and a Mainsail track and slides make raising the sails easy and simple enough for single or short handed sailing.
The deck and cabin top were painted in 2019
Ocean Marine reverse cycle heating and air conditioning (16,000 BTU) is available at the push of a button.
Autohelm 6000 Autopilot
13" Color TV and antenna
Danforth Pedestal compass
Battery Parallel Switch
50' Dockside Electrical Cable
2 - 4D Batteries
1 - Starting Battery
B&G Depth Sounder
B&G Speed/distance log
B&G Wind indicator
JVC FM Cassette player
Aluminum Keel Stepped Mast
Adjustable Back Stay
2 #52 self tailing Lewmar Primary winches
2 #32 Barient secondary winches
Wire Rigging has been replaced (date unknown)
Harken Roller Furler (95)
Spinnaker Track on Mast and toping lift
3 mast winches for halyards
130% Genoa (2008) Roller furling w/ aeroluff
Genoa (1995) Roller furling w/ aeroluff
35# CQR anchor w/35' chain & 250' 5/8" rode
Split anchor Locker
SS Bow and Stern pulpits
SS fold up boarding ladder
2 dorade boxes w/ chrome cowl vents and protective bars
White cockpit cushions
Dodger and sail cover (2010)
2 12v outlets in cockpit
Custom Built Companionway doors and screens
Awlgrip hull paint 1997
Deck and Cabin Top Painted 2019
Vinylester barrier coat 1994
All manuals convey with the boat
Weems and Plath clock and Barometer w/ custom teak mount on Bulkhead
Flush mount Pioneer speakers in main salon
Emerson Microwave oven
Super Galley Mate Water System 2002
Centerboard Cable replaced in 2007
#12 Danforth Lunch hook w/ 10' chain and 250' rode
Custom ss bow stem anchor roller
Docklines fenders and life jackets
Ocean Marine AC and reverse cycle Heat
Wood stove heater w/chimney
Allied Boat Company was a small manufacturer of fiberglass sailboats built in Catskill, New York. The first design was by Thomas Gillmer in 1960, the 30-foot Seawind. The first hull, Apogee became the first fiberglass boat to circumnavigate the globe in 1968. The company officially formed on February 9, 1962. Until 1981, they built various designs from 30 to 42 feet by naval architects such as Sparkman & Stephens, Bill Luders, and Frank Maclear/Robert Harris. The company went out business four times during the later years. The level of finish below was known to vary in quality. Poor management contributed to their economic woes.
There is a good article about the history of the Allied Boat Building evolution and final closing.Search for the following:
Allied XL-2 42 Review:
Overbuilt Dainty CCA Design
POSTED ON DECEMBER 26, 2009
She’ll cross an ocean if you will. – Allied Boat Moto
An interesting quote from one of the searches was this:
"Allied 42 XL-2’s hold value and generally sell for more than their 1975 factory price list of $68,000."
It's a rare boat that can hold its value as long as an Allied...