2007 Saga 409
** SOLD **
Pacific Seacraft built this Saga 409 model in the California factory prior to the company’s relocation to Washington, NC in 2007. Final commissioning was completed by Pacific Seacraft in Washington, NC, in 2010, at Carolina Wind Yachting Center. Special equipment for this fast cruiser includes Selden in-mast furling, variable geometry rig with Doyle furling Code-0 spinnaker, twin Diamond Series Edson wheels, carbon fiber rudder, electric Harken cabin-top winch, electric Harken primary winches, heavy-duty stern rails and bow pulpit, radar/antenna arch, and more. The interior is beautifully finished in varnished cherry and complemented with dark Corian counter tops. You must inspect this Saga 409 to see first-hand just how extraordinary she is.
The galley is equipped with a front-loading refrigerator, a top-loading freezer, Rival microwave, Force 10 gimbaled propane stove and oven, and abundant storage. Completing the galley setup is a double stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressure water, Seagull water purifier, and plenty of storage in cabinets both above and below the work surface. Dark Corian is elegantly used on counter surfaces.
A reliable Vacu-Flush electric 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 discharges shower water, helping to keep the bilge clean and odor free. A molded vanity and sink provide easy to clean surfaces. The shower is completely separate and spacious. A 35-gallon holding tank may be emptied via a dockside pump out or discharged via an electric macerator pump and thru hull.
Safety Equipment And Accessories
The Pacific Seacraft Saga 409 In Concert is a very capable and accommodating sailboat. She’ll take you places over the horizon quickly and safely. Her “miscellaneous” list includes stainless steel swim ladder on the transom, heavy duty stainless steel radar arch, electric 2-speed Harken primary winches, a rigid boomvang, two Ritchie wheel-mounted compasses, closed-cell cockpit cushions, OceanAir hatch screens and shades, manual bilge pump, and an electric bilge pump with float switch. There are five large cockpit lockers for ideal stowage of liferafts, bicycles, propane tanks, diving gear, etc.
- Muir Electric Vertical Windlass w/Cockpit Control
- Galvanized Delta FastSet 44 w/200’ 5/16HT Chain
- Lewmar Claw 44 w/50’ 5/16HT Chain and 150’ Rode
- ParaTech 18’ Diameter Storm Sea Anchor
Also Included With “In Concert"
- TWO complete inflatables with outboards - having a backup dinghy has saved a cruise! Both dinghies and one outboard stow in the extra-large port cockpit locker with plenty of room to spare. The other outboard mounts on the stern rail.
- Red 1995 Zodiac Cadet Fastroller 285 (High-pressure inflatable floor)
- Gray 2006 Zodiac Cadet Fastroller 285 (High-pressure inflatable floor)
- 1995 Johnson 8hp outboard
- 2006 Nissan 6hp outboard
- Zodiac 6-man liferaft
- Two adjustable cushioned chairs for deck or cockpit
- 3-color LED underwater light
- Lee cloths for offshore sailing
- Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot w/ S100 Remote
- Raymarine C90W Color Chartplotter/GPS/Sirius Weather
- Raymarine ST70 Repeater at Nav Station
- Raymarine ST60+ Wind, Depth, Speed
- KVH TracPhone
- Clarion Stereo w/DVD & Video Display
- 2-Bose 501 Cabin Speakers
- 2-Clarion Cockpit Speakers
- Icom M-604 VHF Radio with DSC
- Xantrex Battery Monitor
- BEP Tank Monitor for Water and Fuel
- Tankwatch for Holding Tank Monitoring
- Vizio 26” HDTV
- AIS Transmitter and Receiver w/mast-mount antenna
Sails And Rigging
Try out the in-mast Doyle roller-furling full-battened mainsail and you’ll see how easy it is to sail fast, efficiently, and with less effort than you may be accustomed to. Reefing is simple and infinitely adjustable … allowing just the right amount of sail to be set for the desired heeling angle. The Doyle 110% headsail is also furling. All lines and sail controls are handled from the cockpit. Large self-tailing, two-speed, electric primary winches, cabin top arch-mounted traveler, cabin top two-speed electric halyard, furling, and mainsheet winch, and a rigid boom vang make sail adjustments easy. With the addition of the cruising Code-O Spinnaker, this boat will handle well on all points of sail.
The Pacific Seacraft Saga 409 In Concert 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 12-volt DC system has two 8D house bank batteries and an isolated and designated engine starting battery connected by selector switches in the nav station for isolating batteries or combining them. The Yanmar diesel has an upgraded high-output 100amp Balmar alternator for charging the 12volt batteries. Both the 110V and 12V service panels are equipped with breaker switches above the nav station. A Freedom 10, 1000-watt inverter provides 110Volt AC power away from the dock. In Concert has a MarineAir reverse-cycle heat and air conditioning system. She also has a deck washdown at the bow and in the cockpit.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.