Scott Free is a sparkling example of this Cutter -rigged motorsailer. Her S& S pedigree speaks to her sea manners. She exhibits all the tell-tails of a quality-built Finnish boat in her fit and finish masterfully executed by the Siltala Yard. Her teak decks are in great shape and consistent with her overall condition. She has 3 private staterooms including the owner's cabin aft with a
large centerline queen.
The Nauticat 43' with 13'10" of beam is substantially larger, with respect to volume below deck than the Nauticat 44'. Her guest cabin aft still leaves plenty of room for a generous owner's stateroom.
Builder: Nauticat Designer: S & S
LOA: 43' LWL: 32' 10" Beam: 13' 10"
Displacement: 35274 Draft: 6' 3" Bridge Clearance: 63'
Engine(s): Ford Lehmann Engine(s) HP: 135 Engine Model: 2725
Cruising Speed: 8 Max Speed: 8.75
Fuel: 264 Galls Water: 211 Galls Holding: 26
Scott Free has the popular 3 stateroom arrangement which provides for a large centerline queen-sized berth in the aft cabin and an upper and a guest cabin with an upper and lower berth forward and to port of the aft cabin. The pilothouse offers tremendous all around eye level (seated or standing) visibility which is unique among motorsailers (from both stations). There is a large u shaped settee embracing a teak table which seats 6-8. The large L-shaped galley is down 2 steps and opposite a converting dinette.
Forward is a v-berthed forward cabin w/ its own head aft and to port.
The teak is satin finished throughout the interior; the cabin soles are satin finished teak and holly. There are curtains for all portlights and pilothouse windows (new in pilothouse). All portlights in the aft cabins are opening except for those looking aft (6 opening)
Additionally for ventilation there are plenty of hatches and dorades; 2 aluminum framed side windows in the pilothouse are opening as well as 2 overhead hatches and, of course, the companionway.
All new seat and berth cushions and
The galley is L-shaped with beige formica countertops and plenty of lockers. The arrangement between the galley and the pilothouse is different from most 43s
in that the forward return of the u-shaped settee in the pilothouse has no back rest; this allows for more natural light in the galley and a clear visual path between the two spaces.
Engel 3-burner gimballed stove w/ oven
-w/12V Engle refrig.
-Ice Maker.new 2005
Simrad Robertson AP22/AP20 Autopilot
-repeated at both helms
-and interfaced w/Standard Horizon CP 500 chart plotter on deck
-backup (lazy) hydraulic pump for autopilot
Raytheon R20X rasterscan radar
Interphase Forward Scanning Sonar
Horizon Intrepid VHF remoted in cockpit; base station pilothouse
Pioneer AM/FM stereo w/ Alpine 6 disc changer, 4 speakers & sub-woofer below
-2 speakers in cockpit
Icom-802 Single Sideband radio
Weems &Plath Clock
Seth & Thomas barometer
Garmin H/H GPS
Westerbeake 8 KW genset
(2) 12V starting batteries-- group 31
(3) 8D batteries house bank
(3) 110V outlets
Hart 2000 w inverter/100 a charger
Superwind 400 w wind generator
230 w solar panel
Link 20 Battery Monitor
Navigation lights and deck lights
(2) 16k btu Air Conditioning/Heaters
12V refrigerator and icemaker in Pilothouse
Engine oil pressure and temp alarms
VDO instruments, tach, fuel guages
water guage, amp & volt meters
Lofrans Tigress elec. Windlass
Vetus Bow thruster
Bow pulpit w/ 2 anchor rollers
Spade 200 and CQR type 75# anchor with 370 chain and rode
Danforth type anchor w/ rode at stern
Stainless Steel dinghy davits
Custom Stainless steel radar arch
Teak Swim platform w/ ladder
Canvas mooring covers for brightwork
New canvas custom winter cover 2000
Pedestal helmsman's seat
New dodger 2002
New seethru mooring covers for
Canvas hatch covers
Cockpit Cushions w/ backs
Sails & Rigging
All sails Hood Vectran
Mainsail w/ Selden in mast furling
Genoa w/ profurl furling
Self-tailing staysail,w/ Profurl -furling
New running rigging 2002
All furling lines lead to cockpit
Flare pistol w/ parachute flares
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