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2011 Scotia 44 Scotia Twin Engine

Request Price Freeport, Bahamas
Make Scotia
Model 44 Scotia Twin Engine
Year 2011
Condition Used
Price Request Price
Type Sail
Class Cruiser
Length 44 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Freeport, Bahamas
LOA 44 ft
Length at Water Line 42 ft
Beam 13 ft
Max Draft 6 ft
Displacement 23000 lb
Ballast 7000 lb
Max Bridge Clearance 62 ft
Cabin Headroom 6 ft 5 in
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Kubota
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 25 hp
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Kubota
Fuel Type Diesel
Power 25 hp
Designer Maple Marine
Builder Snyder's Shipyard (Lunenburg, Nova Scotia)
Cabins 2
Heads 2
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

The Scotia 44 is a four wheel drive (twin wheel, twin prop), deck salon and pilot house, expedition yacht built with high quality materials by the Canadian craftsmen of Snyder's Shipyard in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia to the tough standards dictated by the squally conditions of the North Atlantic.  For three quarters of a year, these treacherous waters offer but high winds, rain, and sleet, experiencing the worst of Poseidon's wrath.  Each Scotia includes a plank from the legendary Bluenose II in her woodwork to instill and carry on the centuries old Nova Scotian seafaring spirit.  Her twin diesels give her tremendous manoeuvrability in close quarters and redundancy offshore. Her hull design, by the Maple Marine design team, features pilothouse windows that provide outstanding visibility from the inside helm station or while seated at the dinette. The presented layout has a deck salon with 6' 5" headroom and windows that offer a panoramic view of the horizon.

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Tankage

Fuel:     150 gal. (3 tanks - 2 x 25, 1 x 100 gal.)
Water:  150 gal. (2 tanks - 2 x 75 gal.)
Holding:  50 gal. (2 tanks - 30 and 20 gal.)

Interior Arrangement

The naturally light and airy interior features two staterooms and two heads with white vinyl headliner, laminate flooring, and white ash joinery.  Foremost is a storage compartment that can be sealed off via a submarine style door for a watertight bulkhead.  Next is the master head with a Corian countertop, large sink, and electric Jabso head.  The master stateroom has a king sized berth.  Long cabin trunk windows provide excellent natural lighting.  The main salon features a dinette arrangement starboard and galley alongside to port.  The Scotia 44 is a true deck salon with eye-level, panoramic view.  Athwartship of the companionway is the navigation station with inside steering via the autopilot controls.  Aft of the companionway and below the cockpit is the guest stateroom with a double berth and head.

Master Stateroom

Between the master head and main bulkheads is the roomy master stateroom with a large king sized, fore and aft berth to starboard, and spacious storage portside.  The berth has a removable insert into which a nightstand fits.  Underneath the master berth is incredible 360 degree access to the twin 25 diesel engines.  A circular stainless steel Rutgerson hatch provides ventilation.

Guest Stateroom

Aft of the companionway is a full width guest stateroom with a 7' 9" long and 4' 4" wide berth, vanity, and settee.  There are five Rutgerson portholes and one hatch to the cockpit.  Also forced ventilation circulates air.  The guest head is portside with a sink and electric Jabso head.

Main Salon

The main salon has a U-shaped settee that seats seven people starboardside.  The dinette table has teak leaves with white ash fiddles and base.  The leaves slide open for a liquor compartment.  The starboardside settee partition can be arranged as upper and lower bunk berths.  There is superb storage in the white oak cabinetry along the ceilings.  Underneath the floor boards are two 25 gallon diesel tanks which connect to a 100 gallon main tank - more on the details of this arrangement in the mechanical section.  The eye-level, panoramic view is exceptional while underway or in port.

Galley

Along the portside is the L-shaped galley with a Corian countertop, Isotherm freezer, Force 10 3-burner stovetop and oven, double stainless steel sinks, and deep ice box for storage or day sailing.  Storage and a hideaway waste bin lie below the counter top.  Centerline, an Isotherm 12V DC / 120V AC refrigeration unit slides out from underneath the settee arrangement.  A square Rutgerson hatch is overhead for ventilation.  There is 6' 5" headroom. 

Inside Helm / Navigation Station

Headroom rises to 8' underneath the deck salon as you reach the companionway and navigation station area.  Two steps up, the portside navigation station has a transparent, military style chart table, fold-up teak seat, and raised floor for an eye level, panoramic view of the horizon through the doghouse windows.  With autopilot controls, one can safely navigate offshore from the warmth and comfort of the interior helm station.

The Scotia 44’s cockpit has a teak sole and centerline molded table where the engine controls and gauges are mounted.  Twin helms provide excellent visibility and versatility while steering from the cockpit.  The cockpit well drains through the transom which can be lowered to form swim steps.

Design Philosophy

The lines of the Scotia 44 follow the latest developments in high performance naval architecture while providing maximum protection from the harsh elements of offshore sailing.  Her plumb bow and reverse transom maximize waterline length as well as interior space.  Her cross sections are flat leading to a shallow bilge and stiff sail.  The fin keel is modified to 6' for accessing the shallow waters of the Chesapeake Bay, Bahamas, and eastern Florida Keys and paired with a spade rudder.

Mechanical 

The Scotia 44 is powered by twin 25 HP diesels.  In terms of safety offshore, not only do twin engines provide redundancy in case of a single event failure allowing the yacht to motor into port, but in such cases the second, non-functioning engine becomes a source for parts.  For this redundancy to work, the Scotia 44’s engines were engineered to be completely independent. For example in regards to fuel, a 100 gallon tank feeds into two 25 gallon day tanks which have shut-off valves such that if one engine is inoperable, that tank can be closed and fuel will gravity feed from the 100 gallon tank solely into the 25 gallon tank of the still operational diesel.  A final benefit of having two engines is the ability to turn on a dime when maneuvering in close quarters.

Hull and Deck

The hull and deck are built to CE Category A standards for extended offshore cruising.  Snyder's Shipyard, the builder of Scotia Yachts, uses Core Cell foam to stiffen and insulate the topsides with solid glass below the waterline. The deck is cored with Nida Core.  The layup schedule consists of alternating longitudinal and diagonal layers of unidirectional roving with vinylester resin and an isophalic gelcoat.  Vacumm injection is used for maximum density and strength.  Additional strength is gained by the integrated, elliptical steel frame which protects the intregral keel with a stainless steel grounding shoe and strengthens the shroud deck attachment points.  Strong steel floors transversely brace the hull and tie into longitudinal stringers forming a matrix of structural stiffeners. The keel cavity is filled with lead encapsulated inside the fiberglass skin and glassed over.  The hull deck joint is a raised bulwark formed by securing the inner flanges by 5/16 bolts on 16” centers and overlaying the result with a teak caprail.  The deck is finished with a non-skid pattern molded into the gelcoat.

Rigging and Sails

The 62’ Sparcraft double spreader mast is deck stepped with a compression post which passes through the center of the double main bulkhead.  The manual in-boom furling unit is by John Mast.  The Scotia 44 is cutter rigged with an electric furling genoa and manually furled inner headsail with both furling units by Admiral.

Standard Equipment

The standard Scotia 44 is ready to sail excluding optionally priced sails.  Rigging including a slab reefed main, self tacking working jib, Yankee, boom with mechanical vang and German type sheet arrangement from pilothouse to boom to mast and back to cockpit.  The two manual furlers include all blocks and lines.  The standard mast is Elox finished with double spreaders.

  • Mahogany Cap Rail, Collision Bulkheads Fore and Aft
  • Pilot House with Down Sliding Companionway Hatch
  • Stanchions – 31” High with SS Lifelines and Gates
  • SS Pulpit and Pushpit
  • SS Bow Shocks and Cleats (6)
  • SS Hand Rails on Coach Roof
  • SS Portlights (6)
  • Round Rutgerson SS hatches (2)
  • Square Rutgerson SS hatch
  • Flush Hatch in Cockpit
  • Dorade Ventilators SS Allow Air In (2)
  • Solar Ventilators Release Air Out (2)
  • Lofrans Electric Windlass/ Capstan with Up/ Down Foot Switches
  • 40 lb Anchor with 50’ 5/16” Chain and 100’ 5/8” Rode
  • Secondary Winches – Harken 46 ST (2)
  • Primary Winches – Harken 53
  • Transom – Fold Down Swim Platform

 

Sails and Rigging

  • Slab Reefed Main with Self Tacking, Staysail, Furling Yankee, All lines to Cockpit
  • Total Sail Area = 1540 sq ft
  • Standard Mast – 62 ft Double Spreader, Mast Head Cutter, Deck Stepped
  • Boom with Mechanical Vang – Slab Reefing
  • Head Sail Furling with all Fittings, Stanchion Blocks, Ropes (manual)
  • Standing Rigging – Norseman Fittings, Twin (not split) Backstays, Insulated STB Backstay
  • Running Rigging – All Rope, 2 Aft – 2 Fwd Halyards
  • Rutgerson Track and Car for Self Tacking Staysail
  • Rutgerson Track and Car for Yankee Sheets
  • German Mainsheet System
  • Garhauer SS Organizers (2x4)
  • Garhauer SS Clutches (8)
  • Optional Mainsail 435 Sq ft , Jib 360 Sq ft, Yankee 790 Sq ft

Electrical and Mechanical

  • Kubota  2x25 Hp Diesels with Fixed Propellers
  • Steering Wheels (2)
  • Complete Steering Systems including Quadrants (2)
  • Compasses (2)
  • Manual Bilge Pumps (2)
  • Automatic Bilge Pump
  • Electric Outlets 120AC (8)
  • Shore Power Connection and Cable
  • House Batteries  Golf type  6 Volt x 2 in Series (two banks) Total 500AH
  • Start Batteries (2) 12V 80 AH
  • LED interior lights ((15)
  • Neon Lights (2)

Expedition Package

  • Same equipment as Standard Package with additional equipment including an in-boom furling main, stainless radar arch, davits sheet arch, bimini, dodger, and sissy bars as well as interior upgrades including electric heads, and Corian counter tops.
  • Teak Cockpit Sole
  • Refrigeration
  • Freezer
  • Mast Head Tri-lights
  • Boarding ladder SS
  • CO2 alarms (3)
  • Gas, fire, high water alarm
  • Reduction 2:1 Gear Furler Yankee
  • Reduction 2:1 Gear Furler Jib
  • Furling Boom including Vang and Main Sail (Quantum)
  • Upgrade to 38 hp Engines Sail Drive Fixed Props
  • Upgrade to 3 Fuel Tanks
  • Charger/Inverter 1.800W
  • Search Light and TV Antenna in Radar Arch
  • Leather wheels (2)
  • Air Conditioning - Reverse Heat 12K BRU Forward Stateroom and Main Salon
  • Radar Arch and Davits
  • Main Sheet Arch with Boom Gallows, clutches, Turn Blocks, Bimini
  • Sissy Bars
  • Dodger Framework
  • Aft Seat Frames (2)
  • Canvas Package (Dodger, Connector, Bimini, Connector, Seats)

Deluxe Expedition Package

  • Teak Interior
  • Feathering or Folding Props
  • 5K btu air conditioning for Aft Stateroom
  • 4KW Generator
  • Inside Helm Station, Remote Auto Pilot, and Engine Control
  • White Mast and Boom
  • Electric Furling Yankee
  • Electronics Package:
  • Radar, GPS Chart, Sirius WX, Depth, wind, Speed, AIS, VHF, Horn
  • Seawater Faucet Galley
  • Deck Seawater Fire/Wash Down
  • Blinds (8)

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or 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.

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