Sogora is Hull #12 of the superb Shannon 43's and was delivered in June 1986. She underwent an extensive refit in 2001, and has been maintained at a high level since then by her knowledgeable owners. She is one of the more desirable Shannons built due to her bright Herreshoff-style interior. She boasts an extensive equipment list which has been constantly updated for safe and comfortable local and long-range sailing.
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LOA : 43' 10" / 47' 6" Beam 13' 5"
Draft : 4' 9" / 8' 7" Displacement : 27,500 lbs.
Mast Clearance : 63'
Single 58 HP Westerbeke diesel rebuilt in 2003. 1500 hours since rebuild.
Fuel: 160 gallons in 4 aluminum tanks
Water: 160 gallons in 2 S.S. tanks
Herreshoff interior with pleasing combination of golden matte finished oiled teak and white Formica.
Descending the companionway steps the Navigation station is to starboard and a double berth stateroom to port. Nav station has a chart table (generator housed underneath), a tall storage cabinet with shelves, teak chart holder overhead and a small storage cuddy. Port guest stateroom has hanging locker, four drawers with shelf and cuddy as well as two drawers under berth. A teak accordion door between the guest cabin and the main salon can be closed for total privacy, allowing access to port head through a separate door with full length mirror. Port head has hot & cold pressure water, S/S sink, Raritan Manual toilet (new in 2007), separate shower and manual fresh water pump. Bladder style holding tank for port head in port cockpit lazarette (new in 2002). Port head can also be accessed through a separate door forward of guest room door.
Forward of nav. station on starboard side is a full U-shaped galley with numerous storage cabinets, white Formica counter tops, one large deep S/S sink, top loading freezer, Seafrost top and side loading refrigerator and icebox. Refrigeration is engine and A/C driven (new 2003). Left of the sink are four drawers and access to water tank valves, water filter system and large storage area under sink. The stove is a three burner gimbaled S/S Force 10 unit with oven and broiler. LPG tanks are mounted in cockpit under helm seat. LPG alarm system is mounted in nav station.
Forward of the galley and port head is the main salon. To port is an upper pilot berth with leeboards above a lower 3/4 pull-out settee berth. To starboard is an L-shaped settee, also with a 3/4 pull-out berth. Cushions are navy ultrasuede. Bookshelves and enclosed TV cabinet above. Varnished teak and holly cabin soles and brass reading lights throughout the boat. Fiberglass ceiling headliner is well equipped with dome lights and teak handrails. Full standing headroom.
Forward of the main cabin bulkhead on center line is an enclosed mast cabinet. To port is a louvered cabinet door above a shelf. Below the shelf is a small hanging locker. The cabinet houses the CD-stereo system which has two speakers in the main cabin, as well as two speakers in the cockpit, with dimmer switch. Continuing forward is a large hanging locker opposite the door to the starboard head. The forward head also has a shower, hot and cold pressure water, manual fresh water pump, S/S sink and Raritan manual toilet (new in 2007). A fiberglass holding tank for the starboard head is located forward under the V-berth. The forward cabin features many storage shelves, drawers and another hanging locker. Forward of the V-berth is the anchor locker. Ventilation is excellent on account of 14 opening ports throughout the cabins as well as 5 overhead hatches, all with screens.
Sails & Rigging
Extensive refit by Quality Yachts in early 2000'S