2001, Brooklin Boat Yard Eggemoggin 47, Spirit of Tradition Sloop, 47’
Asking Price: $395,000 / Location: Brooklin, Maine
First launched in 2001, LENA with her graceful good looks and blazing speed is the spark that ignited the resurgence of the classic yacht esthetic and the production of larger “Spirit of Tradition” type day sailors by major yacht manufacturers both in the United States and overseas. LENA is also the inspiration for Brooklin Boat Yard’s newest one design class the Eggemoggin 47 of which LENA is considered to be hull #1.
From 2001 to 2005 LENA was used by her original owner primarily for inshore racing here on the coast of Maine garnering numerous wins and plenty of silverware along the way. Since that time (and two subsequent ownerships) LENA has been lightly used for day sailing here in Brooklin Maine on the Eggemoggin Reach and surrounding waters.
Since first launched in2001 LENA has benefitted greatly by owners who understand the importance of keeping their boats in top shape and as such LENA has alays been stored with and serviced by Brooklin Boat Yard.
For complete information on this boat, contact our broker John Maxwell by phone (207-359-2193) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Principle Dimensions and Information
Builder: Brooklin Boat Yard
Year Built: 2001
LOA: 46’ 7”
LWL: 34’ 6”
Beam: 9’ 0”
Draft: 7’ 0”
Displacement: 10,300 lbs.
External Ballast:5.600 lbs.
Internal Ballast: 5,300 lbs.
Trim Ballast: 2,000 lbs.
Sail Area: 744 sq. ft.
Auxiliary Propulsion: 27 HP, Yanmar diesel, model 3JH2TE
Drive Train: Saildrive with 2-blade Flexo-Fold prop
Fuel Capacity: 14 Gallon
Fresh Water Capacity: 14 Gallon
Holding Tank Capacity: 9 Gallons
Asking Price: $395,000
Location: Brooklin, Maine