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1989 Antigua (CSY) 44'

$99,000 USD

  • $99,000 USD
  • Kelly Bickford CPYB
  • Active
  • Used
  • Cruiser Racer Sailboats
  • 1989
  • Antigua
  • (CSY) 44'
  • Sail
  • 44ft / 13.41 m
  • Fiberglass
  • 2016-05-19
  • 2016-09-28
  • 2269870

Serenity is a big, comfortable, live aboard cruiser ready for more adventures. She is a solidly built 44 foot center cockpit cruiser designed by Peter Schmitt and built by Antigua Yachts.  Antigua Yachts, under the ownership of John Coats, purchased  CSY molds and boats in progress and started building the CSY 44 under the new name of Antigua 44. These highly customized versions of the CSY 44 walk-through are magnificent live aboard cruisers because of their spaciousness (above and below deck), their sturdy and seaworthy construction and their ease in handling.

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Serenity's' two-stateroom, two head layout gives you the sought after accommodations of a large private aft stateroom with a huge double berth and a comfortable guest cabin with v-berth. The guest cabin offers plenty of storage with drawers under and a hanging locker that is cedar lined. Guests will enjoy ample ventilation with a large overhead hatch and two opening ports. The guest head (aft to port) has a vanity and stainless steel wash basin, Corian counter top, marine head and separate stall shower with ceramic tile. It is well ventilated with an opening hatch and two opening ports. Opposite the guest head is a storage area with a washer/dryer.

The Salon has a roomy L-shaped settee to port and a straight settee to starboard. The headroom is about 6’6” throughout the salon. The dining table is a center drop leaf table with storage in the center and will accommodate six. The port and starboard settees can make good sea berths on a passage or guest berths for visitors. Lots of storage below and nice cabinetry above the settees with the entertainment center above the starboard settee. Spacious and airy with the addition of four large opening ports, two smaller opening ports, and two large overhead hatches.

A walk-through galley that is safe on a passage with center-line double sinks, stove, refrigerator and loads of storage and counter space.

A sit down navigation station to port with a workshop and engine room just aft to port. The owners stateroom is accessed through the galley walk-through where you will also access the engine room, workshop and add'l storage area.

The owner’s stateroom has an extra large double berth with loads of storage under. There are two cedar lined lockers and additional storage.Three opening transom ports, two opening ports on the sides, and two large opening hatches provide excellent ventilation.

The en-suite head has a porcelain sink in the Corian topped vanity with a large mirror and storage, with a hand held shower and sump, and a standard marine toilet. There is an opening port and a large overhead hatch.

  • Two stateroom, two head layout
  • Nice solid teak joinery
  • Satin varnish finish on interior trim and doors (Five coats)
  • Formica panels – Herreshoff type interior
  • Teak and Holly sole
  • No signs of water intrusion
  • Stall shower in the forward head
  • Private aft cabin with ensuite head
  • Thick 5” foam mattress
  • Walkthrough galley
  • Traditional salon with centerline drop-leaf table
  • Bright spacious interior with lots of light
  • Low amperage florescent lighting
  • Oil lamps (three)
  • Wonderful ventilation
  • Many Hella fans
  • Teak and holly cabin sole
  • Salon headroom at 6’6” and 6’3” almost everywhere
  • Windows with curtains
  • Washing machine
  • CruiseAir, AC system on 18,000 btu and one 12,000 btu
  • Seat down nav station
  • Ample storage
  • Entertainment system with radio, follow me TV and DVD player
  • Speakers in the salon and in the cockpit
  • Sit down nav station – office with captains chair
  • A cruiser that makes a comfortable and spacious home




  • Walk-through galley to starboard
  • Force 10 propane three-burner stove with oven and broiler with solenoid switch 2006
  • Microwave/convection oven
  • Well insulated refrigerator with 12V and 110v cold plate refrigeration system
  • Separate freezer with two large 110V cold plates
  • Pressure water system with accumulator tank
  • Manual hand pump for fresh water
  • Salt water electric pump
  • Hot water heater with heat exchanger off the engine
  • Double deep and large stainless sinks amid ship
  • Manual fresh water pump
  • Good counter space.
  • Ample cupboards for supplies
  • Drawers
  • Ample storage

Deck & Cockpit

  • Fiberglass deck with teak overlay
  • Aft deck area with storage
  • Stern rail and heavy duty davit system
  • Added stern platform, dinghy boarding, swim platform
  • Bow sprit with anchor platform, 4 ft
  • Bow pulpit and stern pulpit
  • Chocks stainless steel bow, stern and amidships
  • Mooring cleats bow and stern and amid ships
  • Teak hand rails on the cabin house
  • Deck box of fiberglass
  • Ports: 14 opening stainless steel Hood ports with bug screens including three on the transom and three on either side
  • Hatches: five opening SS Hood deck hatches with security bars
  • Dorades three Hood dorades with teak boxes
  • High stanchions with double life lines (stanchions rebedded)
  • Boarding gates port and starboard
  • Boarding ladder at stern
  • Outboard lifting crane
  • Motor mount
  • Dinghy (new 2014) and Outboard
  • Vented propane locker holding two 20 lb tanks
  • Stainless steel deck hardware


  • Center cockpit
  • Deep, safe, cockpit long enough to lie down in
  • Dodger and Bimini of navy blue Sunbrella
  • Bimini frame of 1” SS tubing attaches to boom gallows
  • Bimini has side curtains and screens
  • Weather clothes – spray and privacy curtains
  • Deck awning for shade – full awning bow to stern in four pieces
  • Companionway stairs to salon
  • Deep cockpit with good backrests and seating
  • Large cockpit drains
  • Hatch boards for companionway
    • Sailing instruments at the helm station
  • Manual bilge pump in cockpit
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Varnished teak cockpit table with extension to seat 7 for dinner!
  • Binnacle wheel steering
  • Radar and chart plotter display at the helm
  • Huge sheet winches within easy reach of the helm

Excellent visibility from the helm


Ground Tackle

  • Primary bow anchor: Delta 85lb with 270’ 3/8 HT chain (chain new 2014)
    Secondary bow anchor: Bruce 44 lbs with 50’ 3/8 chain and 400’ ¾ rode (chain new 2014)
    Additional Anchors:
    Britney 44 lb, Fortress FX-55, Delta 25 lb

Electrical & Mechanical

  • Engine: Yanmar 4JH-DTBE, 77 HP, with 9,000 hours rebuilt in 2010
  • Max Prop
  • Total fuel of 165 gallons in two tanks
  • Labeled deck fill
  • Spare parts, filters, belts, impellers, zincs
  • Steering system: Edson wheel steering system
  • Generator- Kohler Model 8CC063 8.5 KW, 110v genset with 8,000 hours
  • Batteries – 8 Lifeline 4CT New 2015
  • Amp/hours 880
  • Yanmar 50 amp alternator
  • Newmar monitoring system
  • MarineKinetix MK450 Marine Wind Turbine - new 2014
  • Main battery selector switch
  • 12 Volt Breaker Panel
  • Nav lights deck level
  • New Tricolor masthead light – LED low amp
  • Also deck level nav lights
  • Anchor light – LED
  • Steaming light
  • Stern light (plus redundate sternlight)
  • Spreader/deck lights
  • Junction Box for mast wiring
  • 12 volt outlets (two in cockpit and one at the nav station)
  • Cabin lights, florescent low amp lights
  • Reading lamps
  • Cockpit reading lamps
  • Electric bilge pumps
  • Pressure water pump
  • Cockpit shower
  • Deck wash pump (actually two)
  • Electric bilge pumps (two)
  • Walk in Engine room with workbench
  • Excellent mechanicals space with workshop


      110Shore Power System:

  • Xantrex Inverter/Charger Freedom Marine 25
  • Shore Power connections (Two) for 30 amp service Marinco
  • Two shore power cord for 30 amp service
  • Phase Three battery charger
  • AC Breaker Panel with battery monitoring gauges
  • AC 110v outlets (12)
  • 110v Refrigeration
  • Water heater
  • CruiseAir air conditioning system with two compressor
  • Reverse cycle heat
  • Invertors – 1000 watt and 450 watt Total Sine Wave
  • Generator 8.5 kw – Kohler 13,000 hours installed in engine room

Navigation & Communication

  • Two Radar
  • A Raymarine C-80 radar and chart plotter at the helm
  • Radar also at the nav station
  • Raydome on the mizzen mast/ the other on a pole
  • B&G sailing instruments; wind/speed/direction, log, and depth displays
  • Danforth 7" illuminated compass is on the cockpit pedestal
  • VHF Radios – B&G mounted at the helm and one at the nav station
  • Two VHF hand held radios
  • Navtex
  • Simrad AI50 AIS
  • ICOM 710 SSB radio with an ICOM AT130 tuner for long distance communications and weather
  • Pactor modem for email through SSB
  • Insulated backstay
  • Alpha autopilot at the helm
  • Hydrovane “Spectra” windvane steering system (has a separate emergency rudder)
  • Four GPS, two B&G and two Garmin for redundancy
  • ACR EPIRB – new 2015
  • B&G Bow Thruster with spare ram


  • Great water capacity with 165 gallons in two tanks, one is epoxy lined aluminum
  • Deck fill
  • Water maker, 12V, purchased 2014, 12 gallons per day installed in engine room
  • PAR pressure water pump
  • Dockside hose connection
  • Two heads with standard marine toilets
  • Forward head has a Raritan Lectrasan system
  • Aft head has a holding tank 20 gallon, plastic, which has a macerator pump for offshore discharge as well as deck pump out inshore
  • Both have Y Valves for overboard discharge offshore
  • Sink and vanity with storage outboard
  • Hot water heater
  • Faucet type shower in aft head, with sump pump
  • Stall shower with sump in forward head

Sails ~ Rigging


  • Cutter rig with 58 foot bridge clearance, keel stepped
  • Mast steps at the top
  • Newly Awlgripped masts and boom Sept 2011
  • Standing rigging new in 2007 and inspected Sept 2011
  • Stayloc fittings
  • Chain plates rebedded
  • Running backstays
  • Mechanical vang (two)
  • Cutter rig with yankee jib, staysail, mains’l and mizzen
  • Double turning blocks
  • Furlers: Harken furlers for both headsails
  • Boom end sheeting to traveler aft of center cockpit
  • Downwind pole stowed on mast (two poles for double headsail system)
  • Running rigging in good condition
  • Harken traveler aft of the cockpit
  • Full batten mainsail with three reefs, slab reefing at the mast Harken batt cars, New 2014
  • Lazy jacks with integral sail bag system for mainsail
  • Yankee on Harken furler – new 2016
  • Staysail (new 2014) – self tacking staysail on Harken furler with boom foot
  • sail covers


Safety Equipment

  • Custom stern rail from boarding gate aft solid SS tubing
  • Vendors and dock lines
  • Large cockpit drains
  • Flares (some current)
  • Liferaft Viking 4-person raft new 2014
  • Manual bilge pump in the cockpit
  • Life ring and horseshoe
  • MOM
  • EPIRB (new 2014)
  • Hydrovane emergence rudder system
  • CO detector
  • Horn
  • Jack lines
  • Lee cloths
  • Engine room fire suppression system
  • Fire extinguishers (two)



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.

For Sale By Massey Yacht Sales & Service - St. Petersburg

The Harborage Marina 1110 3rd Street South, Suite 2
St Petersburg, Florida, 33701