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Sarabande 41 what do you know???

I spotted a flush deck sloop a few weeks ago. After meeting the owners they told me it was a Sarabande 41 built in France in 1986. Would anyone have any information on this boat. I understand it was designed by Philippe Harle. I searched the web for the past few nights without any luck. One is for sale in NY but, the broker doesn't respond.
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This might be the same boat you spotted. The pdf looks like the manufacture's sales brochure. There are some specs there. Got to admit, she is sleek looking.
I wonder how strong she is with such an open interior. She is listed on Good Old Boats for sale. Her name is Moby.
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Hi, That was our boat for 10 years. It is a great boat! It was built for the US market and only 3 came to the US. We bought it new. is a custom boat and in France it is a Sancerre 38. The swim platform was added to make a Sarabande. We sold it to the owner in NY. Unfortunately , his broker is not a good sales person. I have the owner's name but I am not at my residence for a while to supply you with it.
The hull is 1 1/2" of solid fiberglass. It is a blue water boat made for the North Sea. All the boat was rigged by us and everything on it we installed.
Our email can be found from the web site for Seymour Lake Lodge as we can not post to the site email or web addresses
You can not go wrong with the boat. We sailed it from Maine to the Keys to the Bahamas. Had a new motor put into it; had 2 sets of sails. It has been neglected and is not in the same shape as when we sold it. I have some beautiful pictures I can send.

It was listed in Yachts for sale . Google it and you should find it

Brian and Joan

When we owned her it was "Maranatha"
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Me again. I found the boat for sale on google . Good old Boat owner is Jim Beatman $49,000. phone is 631-862-8766
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And one of the pictures in the listing has the name "MARANATHA" in view.
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