USED Three timeless classics by Sangermani


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Thereare timeless boats whose beauty has no expiration date and when you admire them moored at the dock or as they sail they take your breath away. Among these classic evergreens we can undoubtedly count Sangermans, true queens among classic boats. These are real gems that, if they have been properly maintained during their lifetime, retain significant market value and are quite sought after by enthusiasts. We have selected three different Sangermani models for sale, with different ages and characteristics on

Three Sangermans, one love

Third Santa Maria

This is the first of the Sangermani jewels that we present. The Third Santa Maria was launched in 1973 by the prestigious Sangermani Shipyard in Lavagna ,built to a design by Cesare Sangermani. Its original name was Noa Noa V ; construction number 184. Third St. Mary’s is an even-masted schooner with a fractional rigging ( Staysail Schooner). The boat is constructed of glued mahogany planking screwed to oak frames with bronze screws. Teak deck and superstructures, cherry wood interior. DISCOVER MORE.

Sangermani 60 Yawl

Boat launched in 1964 with teak deck and cockpit. Compared to the Third Santa Maria, this Yawl has a much more pronounced deckhouse, which, however, does not at all compromise the sleek aesthetic characterized by the deck that rises slightly toward the bow. The mahogany interior is for true connoisseurs. This is one of those Sangermans that holds the price very well if, as in this case, they are well-maintained boats overall. DISCOVER MORE.

Sangermani Sloop 12

Refined and elegant built in 1972 by the prestigious and historic Sangermani shipyard in Lavagna, fast under sail and comfortable for cruising. The deck, deckhouse and cockpit are made of teak, which enhances the blue color of the hull. One of the aesthetic peculiarities of this model is the virtually flush deckhouse, which, while reducing the height in the cabin, nevertheless contributes to the streamlined look of this sloop. DISCOVER MORE.



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