Papaya, Scia 50Ref. CP112

Papaya, Scia 50

An elegant fast cruiser with a practical rig for blue water sailing. A classic among the Italian handmade production. She was recently restored and she is still in good shape.

EUR 95,000 ,-

Overview

Yard:Cantieri Ambrosi
Design:Carlo Sciarrelli (Design n.60)
Model:Scia 50
Building Year:1977
Ensign:Spanish
Hull Structure:GRP
Deck Structure:Plywood on Mahogany beams, teak laid

Details

L.O.A.:15.00 m. Convert to metersfeets 45.72 feets
L.W.L.:12.40 m. 37.80 feets
Beam:4.00 m. 12.19 feets
Draft:2.10 m. 6.40 feets
Displacement:11.5 11.5 Tm. Tm.

Rig

Type:Staysail Schooner
Winches:Barbarossa: 2x48.2st + 2x40
Genova Furling:Hood
Main Furling:
Spinnaker Pole:Alloy + bowsprit

Deck Hard-ware

Windlass:Quick electric
Anchors:Cqr + Danforth
Tender:Zodiac, 2,50 m., rigid hull
Outboard:Yamaha 4 hp
Safety equipment:Spanish 60 miles
E.P.I.R.B.:Yes

Engine System

Engine:Volvo Penta TMD 31 B
Power:100 hp
Year:1993
Serviced:Every Year
Hours:3.000 (July 2020)
Transmission:Hidraulic
Propeller:Max Prop, 3 blades
Bowthruster:
Fuel Tank:385 l.

Sails

Main-sail:Terylene, three reefing lines
Jib:
Genoa:Terylene, furling 1 heavy + 1 light
Try-sail:
Stay-sail:Detachable staysail and boomed between masts
Mizzen:
Spinnaker:Yes+ 2 Fisherman 1 big and 1 small
Gennaker:

Electronics

Log:B&G
Depth-sounder:B&G System 290 Hercules 2
Wind Station:B&G
Autopilot:Raymarine 6001 Smartpilot
VHF Radio:Icom IcM 411 Lsd + Sailor RT144
GPS:Lowrance Globalmap 5200c + Garmin Gps Map 4800 at chart table
Plotter:Lowrance Globalmap 5200c + Garmin Gps Map 4800 at chart table
Radar:
Other:

Electric System

Voltage:12V/220V
Batteries:Exide 12V/180Ah
Generator:
Inverter:
Batteries charger:Yes

Internal lay-out

Cabins:3
Total Beds:
Heads:2
Showers:2
Hot water:Yes
Water Tank:1.000 l.
Holding-Tank:Yes, needs to be connected
Fridge:Yes and freezer
Oven:Eno
Air Conditionning:
Washing Machine:
Water-maker:
Miscellaneous:

Barcos Singulares Comments

Naval Architect Carlo Sciarrelli started his career at the end of the Fifties in Trieste (North-East of Italy). Very early his boats won many races in the Adriatic Sea under the R.O.R.C. rating, thus giving him an important number of wealthy customers. In the following years his designs started growing in dimensions and he still managed to design some winner for the I.O.R. rating. But Sciarrelli did not agree with the evolution of this Formula towards delicate racing machines every year more specialized and less adequate for cruising use. During the Seventies, he started designing cruising boats, fast and easy to handle, with elegant lines that unveiled their author's deep erudition. Sciarrelli was in fact also a noted Yacht design historian and wrote and interesting book about this matter. His new boats arrived first quite always, but were not capable to defend their rating which is understandable if we consider the aberrating last evolution of the I.O.R. During the Eighties, with the eclosion of the classic boats passion, Sciarrelli was asked to create a formula to match such different boats spanning more than a hundred years of history and to promote at the same time their preservation in their original shape. Its out-come is still in use, as the base for the C.I.M. rating rule in force in the classic mediterranean circuit.The International Trading Company in its nautical division acted through the Ambrosi Yard, in Lavagna (Ligurian) and asked Sciarrelli to design a 50 foot schooner for blue water cruising. Sciarrelli has always suggested that the schooner rig is the best suited for long passages with short crew: it can hoist a high amount of canvas, divided into many small, manageable sails. A part of allowing a sole hand on deck to handle with all the sails, it also allows to hoist the exact amount of canvas for any weather condition. Out of all Sciarrelli's production the Scia 50 was the most successful, as the “Master” as he was known in Italy used to design “one offs”. Eleven units were built in total, of which just one sloop rigged and another ketch rigged. This unit, launched in 1977, has been cared a lot by her last owner. In 2007-2008 she was deeply restored, changing the teak deck, with hatches and many other details. Today the Papaya is still in very good shape. She only needs new paint in the bilge and engine room and new outside and inside varnish work, with other small details that do not require much investment.

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