Built in aluminium by French yard JFA to a design by Judel-Vrolijk, she was delivered in 2002 as a high performance cutter rigged sloop, formerly called Atalanta and last sold in December 2011. A full refurbishment was carried out in 2005/2006 and she has been sensitively cared for ever since. Her interior is modern and minimalist, accommodating up to eight guests in three cabins consisting of a master suite and two twins plus two Pullman berths and all cabins have full en-suite shower facilities.
JFA sailing yacht Sejaa sold
The saloon has large windows providing plenty of natural light streaming onto the varnished teak wood and natural toned interior, which is equipped with a lounging area, a dining table for up to 10 guests and a sofa with a coffee table.
The winner in her class at the Newport Bucket regatta in 2012, Sejaa has enormous, uncluttered deck spaces along with a sociable double cockpit used both during racing or for al fresco dining when at rest. Under power, a 240hp Yanmar engine gives her a cruising speed of 9 knots.
Her hydraulic transom opens to reveal an expansive swim platform and a large garage for storing the tender. A popular yacht on the charter circuit with a coveted Spanish charter licence, she carries three full sets of diving equipment and six sets of snorkelling gear.
Sejaa was asking $750,000.