STELLA BLUE is a great example of the classic Ted Brewer designed blue-water cruiser, known the world over for its classic lines, rugged build and well-balanced sailing characteristics. The center cockpit configuration provides a secure helm position with good sight lines and wide side decks make for easy movement fore and aft. A cutter rig with mainsail, mizzen, genoa and staysail offers multiple sail options and flexibility to handle all wind conditions. The roomy and luxurious interior is ideal for a live aboard sailor or for long-range cruising with family and friends.
RECENT PRICE REDUCTION!!
Stella Blue has had numerous recent upgrades by a knowledgeable owner including but not limited to:
* New Yanmar Diesel 110 HP. with just 75 hours (2019)
* New standing and running rigging (2019)
* Electrics and Electronics refurbished/upgraded over the last two years
* New plumbing and hoses installed throughout (2019)
* All new portholes glass and hardware (2019)
Call today with any questions or to set up an appointment to see STELLA BLUE in person.
Mark Barrett - 508-241-6275 cell and firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brewer 44 is known as a heavily built long-range cruising vessel with roomy and comfortable accommodations. Her wide beam and high freeboard provide exceptional interior volume while her center-cockpit configuration allows for a secure cockpit and helm position as well as a large and private aft cabin.
Cockpit seats six comfortably and is well protected from sun and wind by a dodger and Bimini. The cabin can be entered through forward or aft companionways. The aft cabin is perhaps the signature feature of this blue water vessel, containing a queen-sized berth and an en suite head with manual marine toilet, stainless steel sink and separate shower stall. There is ample headroom in the aft cabin as well as plenty of storage and light and ventilation provided by multiple opening portlights, overhead hatches and cabin fans, not to mention air conditioning and heat!
The main salon can be entered from the aft cabin through a passageway or from the cockpit through the main companionway. To port in the main salon is the U-shaped galley featuring a 3-burner propane stove, microwave, double stainless steel sink with H/C pressurized water and plenty of counter and storage space. Forward of the galley is the dining area with table and comfortable seating for six. To starboard is additional seating. Beautiful varnished wood, excellent craftsmanship and the finest materials throughout add to a luxurious feel down below.
Forward and to port is a second head accessible to the main salon that features a manual marine toilet, stainless sink with H/C pressurized water, medicine cabinet and mirror. The V-berth up in the bow is spacious and also well-lit and ventilated by large overhead hatch and cabin fans.
Although not technically an element of the accommodations, it's worth mentioning that the engine, generator, compressors for the air conditioner and other mechanics are located in a central engine room under the companionway stairs and easily accessible through a large door to starboard.
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. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.