SARADA is a Bill Tripp designed, fast, roomy, 2 cabin well equipped cruising yacht. It has a deep fin keel with a large bulb and a huge spade rudder. The Coronado 45 is very maneuverable and has excellent sailing characteristics. Big, fast and capable with lots of storage.
The Coronado 45 features a large V-Berth forward with Hanging Lockers and Drawers; immediately aft to starboard is a Head with a Shower; opposite is Locker Space. The roomy Saloon features a U-shaped Dinette with room for 7 or more. Cabinetry outboard provides room for entertainment equipment, books, and secure storage. Opposite is a fore-and-aft Settee with a built in Writing Desk/Table. Aftermost in the Saloon is the U-shaped Galley. The Navigator's Station is aftermost to port and directly opposite is the Aft Cabin with its own separate Head and Shower, including a Vanity area with an installed Safe. Up 5 steps to the expansive Cockpit. Good Cockpit Cushions for the comfortable Cockpit. Expansive Side Decks lead forward for anchor chores and dinghy storage.
The 12-volt DC system includes four group 31, and one group 27 batteries in two banks. The DC system is protected by switches and a ganged breaker panel and fuses. Engine alternators, Heart battery charger, charge the DC system.
An AC shorepower system is installed and is protected by a master double-pole breaker and a ganged subsidiary breaker circuit panel. There is a 50â€™ +/- shore power cord. AC is supplied from the shore and the Heart inverter.
â€¢ Garmin GPSmap 182
â€¢ Garmin GPS 12
â€¢ Danforth Compass
â€¢ Hand Bearing Compass
â€¢ Signet Wind Speed/Close Hauled, Direction
â€¢ Raytheon R20 Radar
â€¢ Benmar Autopilot
â€¢ Signet Knot-Log
â€¢ Signet Depth
â€¢ Standard Horizon VHF Radio
â€¢ ICOM IC55 VHF Radio
â€¢ Furuno Weathefax
The engine is a Perkins 4-236 diesel engine.
The vessel was originally provided with a Perkins 4-107 that was replaced. The transmission is a Velvet Drive gear reduction unit with 1-1/4â€ propeller shaft lead through a conventional stuffing box to a strut with conventional sleeved cutlass bearing to a three blade 20â€XRHX16â€ bronze propeller.
â€¢ 45-lb. CQR Anchor
â€¢ 120â€™ 3/8â€ Chain & 100â€™ 5/8â€ Rode â€“ Reported Sizes
â€¢ Simpson Lawrence 555 Manual Windlass
â€¢ 20-lb. HT Anchor
â€¢ 35-lb. Danforth Anchor
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. Buyer should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht, and should instruct his agents, or his surveyors to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.
Bill is a resident of South Beach in San Francisco. He has been racing sailboats competitively and cruising blue waters most of his life. He is an active member of the South Beach Yacht Club, where he is currently Staff Commodore, and also a member of the St. Francis Yacht Club. He is a licensed USCG Captain, US Sailing Club Race Officer and has a comprehensive working knowledge of both powerboats and sailboats.