A further $425,000 price drop has been announced on the 32-metre sailing yacht Vagabond, listed for sale with Georges Bourgoignie of Fraser.
Built of GRP by American yard Windship, the sloop is a pedigree design by Ron Holland with interiors from Winch Design. Originally delivered in 1991, she was most recently refitted in 2023 and now sports new rigging, making her ready for world cruising.
The broker described Vagabond's interior as a "commodious three stateroom, owner-aft layout, with upper and lower saloons and huge galley." She accommodates a party of six to seven in three guest cabins, including a full-beam master cabin with space to relax or work in privacy. There are quarters for four crew in two cabins.
Vagabond's interior design is from the era when Andrew Winch was personally involved in the detailing of each project from his studio and it has a timeless, nautical ambience with a contemporary twist. Light fabrics complement the gloss-varnished solid teak, cherry wood and burls, while bathrooms are finished with deep green marble. On deck, twin helms give good visibility forward and guests can enjoy al fresco meals in the wide cockpit, protected by the bimini and its drop-down windows. The tender is stowed on the foredeck.
Sailing performance is assured, coming from the drawing board of Ron Holland, and a carbon mast helps to reduce motion while a centreboard allows access to shallow cruising grounds. Vagabond is a boat for a sailing enthusiast and draws admiration from yachtsmen worldwide.
The 147GT yacht for sale has twin 250hp Caterpillar diesel engines that can push her at 8 knots cruising, with a range of 2,000 nautical miles, or 11 knots maximum when necessary. Her engine room is large and gives easy access for maintenance while underway.
Lying in Savannah, USA, Vagabond is now asking $1,525,000.