Saba 50 (2020)
- Generator & A/C
- 5 Double Cabins
- 1 Bunk(s)
- 6 Head(s)
- 12 Guests Max
- LOA: 49' 1"
- BEAM: 26'2"
- DRAFT: 4' 1"
- ENGINES: 2x 80hp
- FUEL: 248 gal
- WATER: 185 gal
Dec 16 - Jan 1
Feb 1 - Mar 31
Jan 2 - Jan 31
Apr 1 - Apr 30
May 1 - Jul 9
Nov 6 - Dec 15
Jul 10 - Nov 5
- 5 Double Cabins & 1 Super Single Cabin with 6 Electric Heads
- Classic main w/stackpack & lazy jacks, furling genoa
- 2 Electric Winches & Electric Windlass
- Large 2 Double Drawer Fridge
- Fusion Stereo w/bow speakers
- VHF & Cellular Phone
- Hydraulic Swim Platform
- Generator & Air-Conditioning
- 2 x GPS/Chartplotter, Auto-Pilot, Wind Instrument
- Dinghy w/Outboard & Hydraulic Lift
- Propane BBQ & 4 Burner Stove
- Hard Top Bimini
- Chart, Cruising Guide, Snorkeling & Safety Gear
FP Saba 50
- 5 Double Cabins & 1 Single Cabin with 6 Electric Heads
- Weekly rates $12,700 - $15,700
- Generator & Air-Conditioning
MORE DETAILS ON SERENATA
Our brand new Fountaine Pajot Saba 50, is the optimum in livability and comfort both inside and out. Multiple groups of people can socialize in segregated outdoor spaces, while the interior accommodations would put some hotels to shame. This vessel provides a seamless indoor-outdoor living space complete with all the amenities you could imagine. Despite the boat’s size, the Saba 50 sails surprisingly well, and remains easy to handle. It is fuel-efficient and handles beautifully. You will be enchanted the moment you step onboard, and will never want to disembark.
Performance is one of the things that people who charter the Saba 50 rave about. Under the right conditions, you can easily achieve 9-11 knots while sailing. This is surprising considering the size of the vessel, but this is where the lightweight construction comes into play. You can of course also run the Saba 50 with the 80p Yanmar Diesel engines she comes equipped with. You can expect to go through about a gallon of fuel per hour, which includes what you need to run the generator.
Movement on board has been designed so that there is direct communication between the cockpit, the helm station and the lounge deck. Thus, the entire crew can easily move about in complete safety and without hindrance. Your time under sail is simplified with upgrades including 2 electric winches, a foot switch at the helm for the electric windlass and 2 Chartplotters, located one at the helm and one at the navigation table. The helm pod has a double seat and houses electronic displays, engine controls and the wheel. The winches are ahead and apart from the wheel so that anyone managing sails has room to work without getting in the way of the helmsperson.
Serenata has a generator and is fully air-conditioned throughout for your comfort. She has 5 Double Cabins along with a smaller super single cabin, suitable for a single person, 2 children or a captain. Each cabin has it own dedicated washroom with electric head. All main cabins have their own AC controls along with various lighting options.
The social area on the main deck has a galley that would make even a land-dweller jealous. Her galley is equipped with a large double drawer, stainless steel refrigerator, 4 burner stove, counter lever oven, additional microwave and propane grill making cooking a breeze. A center island means multiple people can participate in meal preparation. A sliding window next to the sink means meals can be passed directly from the galley to the cockpit.
The main dinette is the one in the aft cockpit, leaving a low settee and accompanying coffee table (with integrated wine bottle storage) to grace the saloon. The settee seat does double duty as a seat for the fully-featured interior navigation station.
With so much deck space on the Saba 50, there are three distinct and relatively separate social areas. The first is at the bow, where a conversation nook includes two lounges with accompanying settees and a cocktail table. Eight people can easily gather here for sundowners. It’s a very civilized space that still leaves room for lounging on the trampoline but adds a superyacht feel.
The aft cockpit, is two steps up from a swim platform on either hull. To port is the main dining table that seats six when folded, but also extends back to a long transom seat so a total of 10 people can be seated. An additional lounge is to starboard. A hardtop targa roof extends back over most of the cockpit, stopping just short of the transom seat so you can catch some sun if you like.
The “flybridge” has three sun lounges and an additional settee to seat six people comfortable. The view is fantastic, and everyone can converse with the captain without getting in the way, because the separate helm is two steps down to starboard.
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“BEST VACATION EVER: Spent a week on Tennesse Waltz (Saba 50) with 5 empty-nester couples on a long overdue vacation. We arrived late Friday afternoon and were met as promised outside the airport by one of Big Mike’s cab drivers that had been arranged by Abbie and Cassie. Got to the marina for a first night sleep aboard and found the boat ready to go and in immaculate condition – pleasantly surprised for a 5 year old charter yacht.
After the chart briefing with Cassie and our boat briefing Saturday morning with Ferdie (who was patient and thorough) we headed out for a week of island hopping. Everything went flawlessly. We had a reserved mooring ball waiting for us almost every night thanks to Boaty Ball (highly recommended this time of year), spent two nights at Anegada with a fantastic sail in both directions. Dined like royalty every day thanks to Fiona at Captain’s Kitchen (also highly recommended). Reluctantly returned the following Saturday and were met by the very helpful dockhands to get us tied up to the dock. Quick checkout with no problems found or reported. All in all a fantastic experience and will not hesitate to use BVIYC for our next trip to paradise.” – Dan Wohlbruck, February 2020, Tennessee Waltz