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Sangermani 98 ft Schooner 1980



Sangermani 98 ft Schooner 1980

Designer Anselmi Boretti Integral Designs
Builder Cantieri Sangermani
Date 1980
Length overall 111 ft 7 in / 34 m
Length deck 98 ft 4 in / 29.97 m
Length waterline 78 ft 8 in / 23.99 m
Beam 23 ft 0 in / 7 m
Draft 12 ft 11 in / 3.93 m
Displacement 145 Tonnes
Construction Iroko planking on laminated steel reinforced frames
Engine Caterpillar 3408, 365 HP Diesel
Location Spain
Price EUR 1,350,000

These details are provisional and may be amended



SELJM is an extremely well built yacht that has proven sound and reliable during her worldwide cruising program. The vessel has benefitted from the same ownership for the last 21 years and has been generously funded for safety, upgrades and maintenance. SELJM has always been classed Lloyds100 +A1.

When he bought SELJM in 1995 her owner named the project: “Around the World in Eighty Months” planning a full circumnavigation over seven years and attending both the America’s Cup in Auckland and the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, where she was the Official VIP yacht. So successful was the voyage that two more have been undertaken to date.

SELJM has provided enormous pleasure to friends and family of her current owner, cruising in North America, Caribbean, Polynesia, Pacific, Alaska, Central and South America, Galapagos, Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa, Mediterranean etc - and rounded both Capes Horn and Good Hope. She has participated in Classic Regattas; always with honours - usually winning her class. She races as competitively as she cruises beautifully. She is a unique schooner both in design and amenities. Moreover, she offers the unique feature of four near identical twin staterooms - each with en suite heads and an unusually large deck space; wonderful in warm weather.

Her former Captain and wife were on board for 19 years; he oversaw all yard periods and sailed all of the three circumnavigations. They competed in several Classic Regattas, always with honours. In April 2013, SELJM won the Antigua Classic Regatta in Classics Class A and was also awarded 1st place in the "Concours d´Elegance" for professionally maintained yachts. SELJM completed her 5 year Lloyds survey in December 2015. Then in late 2015 SELJM returned to the Caribbean for the winter season and the 2016 Antigua Classic Regatta in Classics Class B, where she took line honours again for all 4 races but handicap into second in each race and overall.

As her owner says "This has been an exceptional voyage for us with SELJM, which sadly has come to a close. Above all I want to make sure that her new owner will keep her in the condition she deserves, and will enjoy the same wonderful time we had with her”.



- Carvel iroko planking on laminated steel reinforced frames
- Copper riveted


Accommodation and domestic equipment

8 guests in 4 twin guest cabins aft of the main saloon. Each en suite has a shower,WC and bidet and the Owner’s head features a bath/shower arrangement and gold plated fixtures. The two aft cabins could be refitted to provide for a large owners cabin. There is accommodation for 5 crew members forward.

Main Saloon
- Re panelled in mahogany in New Zealand 1999
- Well laid out for entertaining, service, added comfort and increased storage
- Settee seating for 8
- Beautifully crafted cocktail / dining table
- 3 x Mahogany folding chairs provide additional seating
- 4 x Large opening windows and four additional portholes for ample natural light and ventilation
- Corridor aft to main sleeping accommodation

4 x Twin guest cabins aft of the main salon
- These cabins all have en suite head with shower & bidet
- Owner’s cabin has a bath / shower with gold plated fixtures
- Panelled in original yellow oak
- Off white overhead and exposed iroko deck beams lending height and light
- Opening portholes with attached dead lights
- Worm geared deck ventilation hatch
- Individual AC / heat air handlers
- Corridor forward and through saloon

Galley forward to port
- Sea kindly in use redesigned and rebuilt in 1996
- Teak panelling and Corian counter tops
- 2 x Opening hatches and 2 x opening portholes provide good natural light
- Well laid out for food preparation and service both at anchor and underway
- Excellent storage
- Fridge and freezer units
- Access to engine room aft
Crew Mess to starboard opposite the galley
- Re panelled in mahogany
- Seating for six
- Hatch for access and port lights for natural light
- Additional large fridge and freezer storage
- Storage for dry goods

Galley Equipment
- Wolf commercial fully gimballed 4 burner gas range with oven and sea rail
- Sammic electric convection oven
- Panasonic microwave oven new 2013
- Deep basin Stainless steel sink

Captain’s Cabin starboard and forward of crew mess
- Double berth, hanging locker and sufficient storage for a couple
- En suite head
- Ports in both the cabin and head for additional light and ventilation

Laundry Room to port opposite the Captain’s cabin
- Hoover Ostein Model OHFT6612D, 6 kg washing machine
- Aspes Ideal model SA-313, 3 kg dryer
- Storage for crew linens, cleaning supplies and crew uniform

Crew Quarters Forward
- 3 x Bunks
- En suite head with shower
- Hanging locker
- Cupboard storage and under floor storage
- Direct deck access hatch for light and ventilation

Navigation / Office station aft by helm and separate from guest accommodation
- Full size chart table with chart storage below
- Shelving for periodicals
- Filing cabinets for manuals and ship’s documents
- Navigation and communications equipment
- Large cupboard for guest luggage a unique, functional space and very useful addition to the boat


Rig spars & sails

- Main and fore masts in tear drop profile Oregon pine
- Fully serviced and varnished in New Zealand April 2010, Palma 2014 and Antigua 2016

Standing rigging
- 1x 19 s/s wire with swaged marine eyes, rigging screws and toggles, Nitronic 50 pins
- Screws (barrels and forks) and toggles fully serviced with X-Ray and die penetrant testing Palma - - Renewed all SR wire 2014 at rigging shop Palma

- Reckman RF 90 hydraulic roller furling unit on head stay new 1999 - fully serviced 02/2014.

Running rigging
- Dynema throughout all New 2008 and continually upgraded where / when required.

Sails all by North
- Mainsail 1,541 sq ft / 143.5 m2 South Africa 2011
- RF Yankee 1,567 sq ft / 145.6 m2 South Africa 2011
- Fore staysail 514.5 sq ft / 47.8 m2 Palma 2012
- Main staysail 620 sq ft / 57.6 m2 Palma 2012
- Fisherman 1,378 sq ft / 128.0 m2 USA 2008
- Gollywobbler 2,614.5 sq ft / 242.9 m2 USA 2008
- Storm Jib USA 2008
- Storm Trysail 476 sq ft / 44.2 m2 NZ 2003
- Small Asymmetric 3,046 sq ft / 283.0 m2 NZ 2009
- Large Asymmetric 4,149.5 sq ft / 385.5 m2 NZ 2009


Deck layout, equipment and ground tackle

- Anchor windlass with 2 gypsy drums
- 2 x 136 Kg Danforth anchors
- Stbd chain 142 m x 20 mm stud link
- Port chain 108 m x 20 mm stud link
- 1 x 50 Kg fisherman anchor
- Laser sailing dinghy with rig and sails
- ABI Model 14 ALX tender with 60 HP Yamaha 4 Stroke outboard both new 2012
- Tender fitted with VHF and depth sounder
- Zodiac 350 Zoom crew tender new 2013 & 15 HP Yamaha outboard rebuilt 2013
- 6 x Lewmar 77 24 V electric halyard and sheet winches new 2005
- 2 x Lewmar 88 24 V electric sheet winches new 2003
- 13 x Barient 36 and 32 manual winches
- 1 x 5 m spruce and teak passerelle
- Teak cockpit table for outside dining with seating for 8
- Helm station bimini with S/S Bows new 2012
- 2 x Hatch dodgers new 2012
- 3 x Full deck awnings by Antigua Sails new 2011
- Cockpit, helm station, deck and locker cushions new 2012


Mechanical, electrical and tankage

Main engine and systems
- Caterpillar 3408, 365 HP Diesel engine, Lloyd’s supervised complete factory rebuild NZ 2010
- Twin Disc MG514, 3.5:1 gear box, Lloyd’s supervised complete in shop rebuild NZ 2010
- 1 x Northern Lights M445D 35 kW gen’ Lloyd’s supervised complete in shop rebuild NZ 2010
- 1 x Caterpillar C2.2T 25 kW generator new 2010
- Hundested VP6 FR electric motor activated reversible pitch propeller, in shop rebuild NZ 2010
- Fuel tanks total capacity 6,000 litres / 1,585 US gallons
- 2 x Lloyd’s approved s/s engine room fans with thermal, manual and emergency activated louvres

Misc systems and facilities
- Condaria chilled water 7,200 BTU air conditioner fitted with chiller organizer, new 2004
- New aircon compressors fitted Feb 2013
- 5 x Renewed 24 V motor replaced Nov 2015 and 220 V system
- All new compressors fitted Feb 2010
- All new keel coolers replaced Jan 2015)
- Marquip air compressor
- Bauer dive compressor 5000 psi / 3000 cu ft
- 2 x Isotemp s/s 100 litre boilers each with 1,500 W thermostat elements
- Hoover Ostein OHFT6612D 6 Kg washing machine
- Aspes Ideal SA-313 3 Kg tumble dryer

- Mastervolt sine wave 24 -220 V, 800 VA
- Victron Phoenix 24V-110 V, 800 VA inverter
- Sinergex sine wave 24 V, 700 W
- Sinergex sine wave 24 V, 1,500 W

Batteries and chargers
- 2 x 24 V Service banks 2,000 Ah
- 1 X 24 V Emergency bank at 120 Ah new May 2015
- Start batteries for main engine and generators, new Jan 2016
- Alpine 24 V 8A charger
- 3 x Mastervolt 24 V 100A automatic battery chargers. One used as spare but unused

Water systems
- Aquamiser A18265 water maker @ 1.25 GPM new 2010
- Renewed with 2 x Jet 4 B fresh water Motor and pumps 24 V 75Kw 50 Hz Nov 2015
- 2 x G&R with 24v 1.1kw grey water system motors
- Hamann 01m3 / Mini L frame sewage treatment plant new ‘04 complete in shop service NZ 2010
- 200 litres black water tank
- 6 x Tecma WCs fitted with 24 V macerator fresh water pumps
- Water tanks total capacity 5,000 litres 1,320 US gallons

Bilge pumps
- 1 x 24 V 1.5 Kw motor main pump serviced and Lloyds approved Nov 14
- 3 x Jabsco 24 V
- 2 x Whale gusher manual
- 1 x Honda petrol “crash pump” new 2012


Navigation communications and electronics

- Satcom Fleet FB 250 SSB radio ICOM IC-M801E (2013)
- Iridium Extreme 9575 with docking station(2013)
- Furuno radar FR8062 72NM (2013)
- Fixed Icom VHF IC-M402 with DSC
- Furuno radar remote display FMD1835 (2013)
- Fixed Apelco 4500 VHF
- Raymarine C95 chart plotter with AIS receiver (2013)
- 3 x Handheld Icom VHF
- Furuno GPS GP90
- Fixed navigation / communication / office computer
- Thrane & Thrane Mini-C 6140 Laptop (2013)
- Thrane & Thrane fleet broadband FB250 voice and data (2008)
- Robertson autopilot AP 300 x
- Full B&G Hydra 2000 package with 2x FFD digital displays and all analogue displays

- KVH M7 TV in saloon
- Bose AM/FM CD player with speaker’s in saloon and cockpit
- 2 x Flat screen TVs with DVD players (saloon and crew mess)
- 6 x Car stereos AM/ FM CD and iPod compatible



- 2 x Zodiac 16 man life rafts new 2010 next service Oct 2016
- 2 x Jonbuoy recovery modules next service Apr 17
- ACR EPIRB next service Apr 17
- 19 x Portable fire extinguishers next service Apr 17
- Fixed engine room CO2 system next service Apr 17
- 23 x Life jackets next service Apr 17
- 2 x Life rings with strobes
- Emergency tiller
- 1 x 220v 3 Phase motor main fire pump services and Lloyds approved Nov 2014
- Bilge and crash pump entries in Mechanical section


Restoration and refit

- Vessel built and maintained to Lloyd’s Classification +100A1 LMC
- Five year survey completed Auckland New Zealand 2010
- Intermediate survey completed Palma 2012

Major refit 2010 in Auckland for Lloyds 5 yr, in addition to items mentioned above incl:
- Removal of main engine, gear box, shaft and generators for rebuild
- Main shaft bearings serviced
- Main engine pan removed, sandblasted, coated and refitted
- All keel bolts tightened
- Engine room bilge de grease, cleaned and painted out
- Vessel bilge de grease, cleaned and painted throughout
- Engine room sound insulation replaced and new powder coated mess panels installed
- All main deck seams repayed
- 12 full coats varnish applied to rigs, spars and spreaders after removal and cover
- All fresh water tanks emptied and cleaned
- Forepeak cleaned and painted out
- Lazarette cleaned and painted out
- Insulation resistance testing completed
- All fresh water, bilge, fire, Hamann and main engine aux pumps rebuilt

- All ship side valves replaced with Lloyd´s certified units
- Insulation Resistance Testing completed under Lloyd´s supervision

- Hauled out twice for hull repainting in 2 phases
- Deck house deck seams re payed
- All bright work coated and/or stripped and redone

2014; the first 6 months at Astilleros Palma
- Rigs taken out
- Four coats of varnish applied (booms, spreaders and bowsprit included).
- Rewired all spreader lights from mast base up with new plugs aloft
- Mainstay sail boom gooseneck fitting modification completed
- New KVH wires run up main mast
- New main engine, NL genset and Cat genset
- Ships side exhaust valves ordered, received and Lloyds documentation in hand
- Assorted deck planks removed and new planks laid
- Crew's quarters re-varnished throughout
- Captain's cabin head trim re-varnished and new flooring trim installed
- Majority of mast fittings removed, cleaned, inspected, repaired/ reinstated prior to stepping.
- New standing rigging
- New spartite
- Final new electronics installed and commissioned
- Bottom repainted
- All anodes replaced
- Boot stripe and anchor plates repainted
- Anchors and cables re-galvanized
- New bow net
- Prop speed applied
- Hundested greased and serviced
- Shaft Bearings and seal housings replace inner and outer units
- Steering ram removed and rebuilt
- Autopilot pump removed and rebuilt
- All ship side valves serviced
- New lagging fitted on Northern Light Genset exhaust pot
- Anti- siphon loops replaced on black and grey water
- All watermaker pumps serviced
- Life rafts re-serviced
- 2 x New JonBouys
- EPIRB tested/serviced
- Hand held fire extinguishers serviced or replaced for new
- All exterior varnish finished with 2 full coats Epiphanes Gloss
- Interior salon and doghouse settee fabric chosen and works booked
- Galley Corian countertops repaired and polished
- Tender complete service and hull repainted
- All sails checked, washed and repaired
- New docking lines
- New headsl halyard
- New headsl sheets
- New fenders X10 and covers

Haul out Astilleros Shipyard, Palma de Mallorca completed December 2014
- Five year survey completed to Lloyds approval
- Standard haul out services, antifouling, valves and zincs
- Removal of 4 refrigerator keel coolers and overhauled all fridge systems
- Removed and serviced port and starboard grounding plates
- Wooden planking and seam repaired all to Lloyds’ approval
- 10 x Aluminium water tanks replaced with Stainless steel tanks
- 2 x Grey water tanks and filtering system replaced.
- Replaced complete Condaria 2700 BTU Air-conditioning system
- Upgraded 3G to 4G + Wifi communication system
- All LSA serviced and re-installed 4/2015
- All sails serviced and stored all winter
- GMDSS equipment serviced and test to certificate standards 1/2015
- Both boilers serviced
- Hamann system certified-tested
- All bilges and metal frames from engine room aft to fore peak, ground back, cleaned, painted
- Deck winches serviced
- Anchor windlass serviced
- Exterior varnish - 4 coats
- Bilges 24 V and 220 V piping and succession system serviced and repaired
- Tender serviced and dry stored all winter
- All general vessel services performed

Refit 2014/2015
- Haul out hull Inspection, to Lloyds’ approval
- Hundested prop and tails shaft dismantled / serviced and inspection (DT)
- Shaft Bearings and seal housings replace inner and outer units
- Rudder dropped, shaft and bearing inspected (DT) and serviced
- Main Caterpillar engine, serviced and tested to Lloyds’ approval
- Generators, Northern lights and Caterpillar, serviced and load tested to Lloyds’ approval
- Bilge and fire pumps removed, stripped and inspected, to Lloyds’ approval
- Electrical control system and wiring Mega tested to Lloyds’ approval
- Bilge pump and fire (Inc Emergency) system test and approved to Lloyds’ approval
- Rigging approved to Lloyds’ approval
- Anchor chain and hooks inspected to Lloyds’ approval
- Replaced 2 x fresh water pumps and motors November 15

April 2016 Haul out at Antigua slipway
- Bottom and water line paint work, valves and zincs, cleaned / replaced and inspected, all good
- All LSA and fire fighting equipment updated by Seagull Service
- Life rafts still good to Oct 2016


These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as a general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.


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