Saltram Saga 31

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Saltram Saga 31
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Saltram Saga 31 Foredeck
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Saltram Saga 31 Mast base
Saltram Saga 31 Hatch
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Saltram Saga 31 Side deck
Saltram Saga 31 Mast & Rigging
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Saltram Saga 31 - Details

This Gaff Cutter double ender has lovely classic lines. She has a GRP hull with wooden topsides and was beautifully fitted out over a number of years by the current owner.
Inspired by classic Colin Archer boats, she was designed by Alan Pape and built by Skentlebury and Son to Part A Lloyds specification at the Laira Boatyard in Plymouth.
This striking boat is an unusual combination of old and modern, the hull is a GRP double ender, the topsides and mast are wooden with a lovely gaff cutter rig and beautifully finished wooden interior.
The long keel coupled with a rudder hung on the stern post gives good directional stability and good seaboard and ample beam make her a sea-kindly, serious cruiser.


Hull : GRP
Year : 1993
Berths : 6
LOA : 38' 0" (11.6m)
LOD : 31' 0" (9.4m)
LWL : 25' 0" (7.6m)
Beam : 9' 6" (2.9m)
Draft : 4' 10" (1.5m)
Displacement : 15432lbs
Ballast : 5291lbs
Keel : Long
Rig : Gaff Cutter
Engine Type : Volvo Penta
Engine : Model 2002 18hp
Fuel : Diesel
Fuel Capacity : 30 gallons
Water : 60 gallons
Location : North Wales


Six berths in two cabins, Saloon 6 ft headroom. Taylors stove, Taylors Cabin Heater, Espar space heater, Pressurised Hot and Cold water, Shower in heads.


Taylors Stove - 2 hotplate, grill and oven, stainless steel sink.


Main 236 sq ft, Jib 134 sq ft, Staysail 88 sq ft, Topsail 60 sq ft.

The owner has increased the area of the jib from the original 116 sq ft giving a significant increase in performance.

Mast in Sitka Spruce. Boom in Sitka spruce. Stainless steel standing rigging.


Garmin GPS, Echo sounder, Navtex Weather Station, Auto helm, Gyro compass.

Electrical System:

12 volt


4 winches, Anchor 35lb CQR, 4 fenders, 90 ft (27.1m) of chain, Warp, boat hook, 2 life buoys, 4 fire extinguishers, box of flares, first aid kit, clock and barometer. Humber dinghy (4 person) Outboard motor (2hp Yamaha -2004).

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Boat visited and photographed by Ian Crystal for Western Horizon Yachts in North Wales

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Visited and photographed by Western Horizon Yachts, North West region Elevator Casual Shoes
Listing started in February 2008

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