The SIG45 is a handsome, exhilarating catamaran, combining performance, space and stability, for enjoyable day sailing with guests - or fun weekend and coastal cruising.
The boat is extraordinarily easy and enjoyable to sail. The ride is fast, smooth, predictable and very comfortable. Modern rig and sail handling systems and extremely ergonomic working areas make sailing a pleasure - while the accommodations are inviting and remarkably spacious, providing light, elegant and comfortable quarters for six. A huge cockpit is perfect for sail handling, entertaining or just plain relaxing.
This boat is a great buy. No expense was spared in her build – incorporating only the finest of materials and workmanship, to make her light, strong, and beautifully finished. A one owner boat, she has been always been maintained by a professional crew, and has just completed a complete refurbishment. So she is in excellent condition.
This is a rare find for a sailor who is looking for a high quality boat, which will deliver a comfortable, exhilarating sailing experience.
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Built by Westerly Marine, Santa Ana, CA. Construction is of very high quality, in materials and workmanship
Foam sandwich construction with epoxy resins and pre-preg carbon fibre. Bulkheads in Nomex. Solid laminate is used in high stress areas, such as where sail drives are located. Deck fittings are reinforced and/or have counter plates. Daggerboards and rudders are autoclaved carbon pre-preg.
Fore and aft bulkheads are watertight, with a forward 50cm foam sacrificial crash bow.
General: Very high quality, ultra light weight interior, with composite honeycomb furniture. All visible interior hull surfaces are faired and painted to the highest standard, with semi-gloss paint. Wood veneer (teak) fiddles on composite panels
High quality fittings throughout
Air conditioning in both hulls. Able to run on batteries, over night
Aft cabins (2):
Double berth, two mattresses with ventilation flyer, with under bunk storage.
Storage units with sailcloth doors, featuring hanging lockers, shelving and drawers. Opening portholes outboard and inboard. And portholes opening to cockpit
Forward cabin starboard hull:
Double berth, mattress with ventilation layer, with under bunk storage and drawers.
Storage unit with sailcloth doors featuring hanging locker, shelving and drawers. Opening porthole and deck hatch
Saloon (port hull):
One fixed bench (outboard) with storage below (accessed from above). One folding bench (inboard). Leather upholstery.
Removable clear coat carbon table with folding leaf.
Navigation station and off watch area:
Navigation table with opening leaf
Storage units either side of navigation table
Navigation table seat
L-shaped sofa with storage below (accessed from above)
Galley (Port side):
Shelving unit on main bulkhead.
Sink with hot and cold pressurized water Ultralight hardwearing kitchen countertop, Fridge (150 liters), 3 burner gas stove.
Storage cabinets on either side of the galley, below work surface and above fridge.
Portlights inboard and outboard.
Heads (port and starboard hull):
Shower. Pressurized hot and cold water.
Light weight sink (non-ceramic) sink and designer taps.
Mirror. Teak shower grate. Carbon hand/towel rails.
Light weight electric flush toilet (salt and fresh water).
Porthole and deck hatch in port head. Porthole in starboard head.
LED lighting throughout.
One halogen mood light in saloon.
One halogen mood light navigation area. Adjustable reading light in chart table.
(2) reading lights in each cabin, in addition to main lights.
Ambient lighting in saloon, galley and off watch, via recessed LED rope lights.
Mast: Carbon fiber, rotating (Hall Spars). Length 72ft. With:
Single spreaders, with Aramid diamonds.
Mainsail track, with Harken slider cars, and split track.
Fittings for lazy-jacks and lazy-jack retrieval lines (including four spinlock jammers), topping lift and Cunningham.
Masthead, running and deck lights (LED).
Boom: Carbon fiber, with:
Lazy bags and lazy jack fittings. Three reefing lines and manual outhaul. LED lighting.
Aramid shrouds and headstay. Carbon bowsprit and crossbeam with single piece carbon martingale
(1) Main halyard, Main topping lift, 3 reefing lines and outhaul.
Main traveler sheet, 1 Mainsheet, Mast rotation lines.
(1) Jib halyard, Staysail halyard, Gennaker halyard.
Self-tacker Jib sheet
Furling lines for jib, gennaker and staysail furlers.
Daggerboard control lines.
North Sails – Racing set – New 2014:
Main - 3Di Carbon with carbon CTech Battens.
Jib/Solent - 3Di Carbon 1xUV protection and carbon battens.
Staysail - 3Di Carbon
Code 0 - 3DL Aramid
North Sails - Racing Set - New 2012:
Storm Sail, Dacron 8 oz. 14 m2
Gennaker, CZ15 135m2
Spinnaker, North Sails AirX 900 200m2 - with sock/top down furler.
North Sails – Delivery set:
(2) three-speed 1:60 electric self-tailing winches (for mainsheet).
(2) two-speed 1:60 electric self-tailing winches (for jib/gennaker/spinnaker sheets).
(2) two-speed 1:40 self-tailing winches (for traveler).
2 electric two-speed 1:46 self tailing winches (for halyards, reefing lines, furling lines and daggerboard controls).
(5) winch handles
(2) Harken snatch blocks for reefing lines and Cunningham Cunningham blocks (double block and block with becket).
(3) Spinlock ZS1214, for main halyard, spinnaker and gennaker halyards.
Spinlock ZS1012 x1 for Staysail halyard.
(7) Spinlock jammers, for jib halyard, daggerboard adjustment lines and mast rotation.
4:1 mainsheet blocks, with 2 Karver KBO.
(4) Karver KBO for Gennaker sheets.
Harken mainsheet track with cars and 4:1 traveler.
Curved Harken track, cars and tackle for self-tacking jib - including (2) large straphead blocks, and 4 KBO Karver blocks, on aft beam.
Continuous line high load jib Karver Structural furler.
(3) KF5s with locks for code zero, gennaker and staysail.
Clutches for all halyards, reefing lines and jib sheets.
Soft loop deck fittings for blocks.
Cork for flooring on Main deck area, between main and rear beams - on cockpit seating and main beam seats.
Tight, knotless nets—two forward and one aft, plus triangular nets either side of longeron. Netting new 2017.
(2) removable, carbon, teak-topped tables, by main beam.
(4) Light weight “director’s” chairs on deck.
Deck fittings for tables, on starboard and port sides of deck.
Padded storage bags, and dedicated storage positions for tables in aft lazarette. Sockets for backrest at main beam
At helm position:
Cushions for main beam, including back rest (Sunbrella) for cockpits - including back rest (Sunbrella). Large mattress for aft trampoline (Sunbrella)
Removable light weight rigid biminis to cover main beam area during sailing and at anchor (split, one each side of boom, with joining fabric piece for anchored shade)
Epoxy stanchions with deck laminated sockets Short stanchions on aft beam
Stanchions at stern with double lifelines. Stanchions and double lifelines on both bows
Deck openings and lockers:
(2) Flush forepeak hatches. One per hull
Large lazarette lockers with flush deck hatches by helm station
Pair of opening transoms, providing bathing platform and transom storage.
Retractable carbon dagger boards (using pulley system led to mast winches and clutches). Carbon rudders and rudder stocks.
Self-aligning JP3 bearings.
Tillers linked by carbon tiller.
Powered anchor windlass, with remote 20kg anchor – 25m chain
Four Sea Smart cleats (force and aft)
Anchor locker in main beam
Hot and cold pressurized water.
(2) water tanks (100 liters each) below saloon and nav station floors.
Heads: (2) one each hull:
Electric flush toilets - with holding/black water tanks.
Sinks with hot and cold water.
Galley in port hull:
Galley sink with hot and cold water.
Shower on starboard transom.
Electric and manual bilge pumps.
(1) 12V DC CAPI 2 bus system.
(2) 12V 140 amp hour lithium ion batteries.
16 amp shore power inlet plug.
4K DC/AC converter and charger. Including 110 or 220V cabling, and 4 power outlets.
Electric panel at navigation station.
Single WEMA analogue meter for fresh and black water, and fuel levels.
Battery bank meters.
Light cables in cavities in corecell.
Channel in main deck to house cables (and water pipes), crossing the boat.
Full B&G electronics - with additional readouts in doghouse, autopilot and autopilot read outs in nav station, and at each helm position.
Furuno chart plotter and radar.
High end, 3 zone SONOS stereo installation, with amplifiers (min 100W each), sub-woofers and media server.
12in LDC flat screen in dinette.
(2) Yanmar 3YM30 diesel engines, with saildrives and two blade folding props.
Saildrives replaced new in 2013.
Twin instrument readouts and twin spinlock removable throttles handles at starboard helm.
(2) fuel tanks, 110 liters each
(2) starting batteries, one per hull.
Engine ventilation tubes and vents.
Engine rooms accessed via large hatch above engine, and removable steps at forward end of machinery space.