Details of a Saare on deck

Saare yachts also impress with the many good and practical details in the construction and, above all, on deck.
It is the many small and large ideas and their perfect implementation, it is the attention to detail and also the many well-implemented suggestions from our customers that turn a good yacht into a particularly good yacht.

The halyards and stretchers are redirected aft on the cabin roof and trimmed there under the sprayhood on the two halyard winches. They are led through the hatch garage by continuous stainless steel pipes; excellent welding work is also noticeable here.

Large Spinlock XTS clamps secure the halyards and trim lines. At this point, they are safe and easy to use at any time and in any weather.

On the Saare 38.2 we also install the large, waterproof sail storage space in the foredeck.

Many fenders or even a rolled-up inflatable boat fit in here. Two or three sails can also be stowed here.

Such a sail storage space in the foredeck is the only sensible place for additional headsails such as gennaker, Code Zero or even a genoa or a cutter jib.

Packing a wet gennaker on or under the berth in the foredeck after a downpour is certainly not a good solution.

We would be happy to implement your special requests. Here you can see some examples of customizations on deck.

On the Saare 41ac we can offer a perfect, exemplary solution for the storage space of the life raft. The liferaft can be stowed safely and out of sight. It is protected from damage and theft and is ready for use within seconds.

The heavy life raft does not have to be maneuvered into the water from the cabin roof, which can be very difficult and dangerous in the situation where you need a life raft. You also don’t have to laboriously get the life raft out of the locker and heave it over the railing.

It only takes a few very simple steps to get the liferaft into the water. It then floats inflated directly at the stern and thus offers the best opportunities to climb over.

Open the locker lid starboard aft.

Pull out the locking pin, the cover flap falls into the water behind the ship.

Pull the towing line, the island moves aft through the opening and falls into the water at the stern.

Pull the island’s release line, the life raft inflates and floats at the stern.

It couldn’t be faster, safer or easier.