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sagitta 30

Well, she was designed to "play" in the North Sea; by someone who
new what he was doing.
I have been on many other cutters and sloops in this size class and this is
the best handling of them all.
She is also fast in light airs and points to windward very well without
rounding up.
My last boat was an Endeavour 32 and she was decent; but not
sticking in and sliding like the Sagitta. The Endeavour drew 4'2" and the
Sagitta almost 5' better rudder control as well.
A true blue water pocket cruiser.
And not a heavy slug like the westsail 32 either. amazing really.
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Re: anyone know about Sagitta?

Does anyone know of a Sagitta 30 for sale????
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Re: anyone know about Sagitta?

Here you go.

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I am presently re-fitting my Sagitta 30 down here in Texas and have plans to sail her back to Denmark to sell. She is on a trailer that I customized to tow down from SF where I bought her several years ago. Contact me if you are interested, she can be towed or sailed anywhere.
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Re: sagitta 30

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Well, she was designed to "play" in the North Sea; by someone who
new what he was doing.
I have been on many other cutters and sloops in this size class and this is
the best handling of them all.
She is also fast in light airs and points to windward very well without
rounding up.
My last boat was an Endeavour 32 and she was decent; but not
sticking in and sliding like the Sagitta. The Endeavour drew 4'2" and the
Sagitta almost 5' better rudder control as well.
A true blue water pocket cruiser.
And not a heavy slug like the westsail 32 either. amazing really.
surfer1
That's not a very nice thing to say. And on your sixth post.
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Re: anyone know about Sagitta?

The Westsail is a well built boat, just not very nimble thats all.
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