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Marine International Distribution Ltd
Haslar Marina, Haslar Rd, Gosport, Hampshire. PO12 1NU

+44(0)2392 865849

©2019 By Marine International Distribution Ltd

Why Choose a Semi-Displacement Motor Yacht?

Why Choose a Sasga Menorquin?

  • Safety & Seaworthiness

  • Economy 

  • Cruise comfortably at a wider range of speeds (5knts - 18knts)

  • Handle heavier seas considerably better than a planning hull

  • Less rolling motion 

  • 'Category A' classification across the range

  • Build quality 

  • Efficient 'Inigo Toledo' hull design

  • Customisation 

  • Quiet underway with excellent location and insulation of engines - Superb access for servicing

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Sasga 34

'Category A' classification

The Sasga Menorquin 34 shortlisted for European Power Boat of the year.

From:

€339,720.00 Inc Tax

Sasga 42 HT

'Category A' classification

Over a 1,000 nautical mile range at displacement speeds.

From:

€496,416.00 Inc Tax

Sasga 42 FB

'Category A' classification

Incredible 'category A' distance offshore passagemaker.

From:

€538,332.00 Inc Tax

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Sasga 54 HT

'Category A' classification

3 Double cabins plus a crew quarters available in this distance motor yacht.

From:

€796,680.00 Inc Tax

Sasga 54 FB

'Category A' classification

Stunning go-anywhere 'Category A' luxury motor yacht with flybridge.

From:

€855,810.00 Inc Tax

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Sasga 68 FB

'Category A' classification

Launched in 2018 due to demand the 68 is a masterclass in semi-displacement motor yacht design.

From:

€1,866,000.00 Inc Tax

WHAT CE CERTIFICATION MEANS FOR BOAT BUYERS

 
  • Category A – Ocean: covers largely self-sufficient boats designed for extended voyages with winds of over Beaufort Force 8 (over 40 knots), and significant wave heights above 13 feet, but excluding abnormal conditions such as hurricanes.

  • Category B – Offshore:  includes boats operating offshore with winds to 40 knots and significant seas to 13 feet.

  • Category C – Inshore: is for boats operating in coastal waters and large bays and lakes with winds to Force 6, up to 27 knots, and significant seas 7 feet high.

  • Category D – Inland or sheltered coastal waters: is for boats in small lakes and rivers with winds to Force 4 and significant wave heights to 18 inches.