Saga 35, in a league of her own
Saga Yachts are highly regarded for being well designed and constructed cruising vessels that can, and do, take their owners safely and comfortably throughout the oceans of the world. And the Saga 35 is no exception.
This is a mid-sized cruising boat that excels in a variety of conditions and has features that make her feel larger than her LOA. Whether sailing inland or offshore, on flat waters or confused seas, the design of the Saga 35 is that of a seakindly cruiser that handles nearly everything thrown at her with ease. Talk to any Saga owner, and you’ll hear that premise repeated time and again.
Here’s what stands out about the 2001 Saga 35 Engadine:
She’s in remarkably good condition, inside and out. When looking at Engadine it’s no surprise that she is being sold by her original owner, who took great care in maintaining her. Used primarily as a day sailer and summer cruiser in the Pacific Northwest, this is as clean a vessel as you’ll find. Just take a look at her impeccable interior.
She’s a performer underway. The Saga 35 was designed by Bob Perry as a performance cruiser, and she definitely excels under sail. With a long waterline and deep bulb keel, Engadine is proficient in light and heavy winds, and her new Quantum Fusion M full battened mainsail and self-tacking jib add horsepower to her already powerful sail plan.
She’s got some timeless features. It’s true that no yacht can have it all, and that compromises must be made, but this mid-sized cruiser has a lot of features not often found on a 35-foot cruiser. A walk-through transom, jib and Solent rig, sturdy stainless steel bowsprit with dual anchor roller, Wavestopper dodger, sea-going galley, and lots of tankage and storage are just a few of the things that make her remarkable.
Find out more about this incredible cruiser by contacting us or stopping by our docks to take a look.