The beautiful 95’ classic sailing yacht SINCERITY was designed by the renowned Baglietto yard of Varazze, Italy and launched in 1928. In 2013 she celebrates her eighty-fifth birthday fully restored and lovingly maintained. She is a fast and comfortable cruising boat which is apparent in her lines. SINCERITY’s cutaway forefoot and Bermudian masthead rig make her a fast and easily handled yacht, which was unusually modern for her time. High bulwarks and plenty of reserve buoyancy in the bow and stern keep her long sweeping decks dryer than most comparable yachts.
To go below and experience the rich mahogany paneling inlaid with birds-eye maple, fine furnishings, bronze portholes and detailed marquetry takes one back to an era of romance, impeccable taste and exquisite craftsmanship. SINCERITY is available for charter in the Caribbean during the winter season and for the summer season in New England.
Extensive refit 2011. Beautiful white hull, gleaming bright work and much more..
DECK & SYSTEMS
SINCERITY Crew Profile
Ian Glass, Captain
Ian Glass has been on the water since he was a small child. Growing up on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico in Florida, he experienced the water year round in the sunny tropical climate of the Sunshine State. He grew up fishing and boating and taking sailing lessons at the local yacht club. His father is a sailor from Marblehead, MA and got Ian into sailing more when he became a dealer for small keelboats. After Ian graduated highschool, his father got him a job on a schooner in Camden, Maine. Ian was sold.
Since 2004 Ian has done many ocean passages including crossing the Pacific twice as well as the Indian Ocean. He has worked on a wide variety of vessels ranging from schooners, whale research vessels, private yachts, and commercial oil supply vessels. His wide range of vessel experience has helped him to decide that sailing is his true passion and to continue his career on sailing vessels.
Ian worked his way up from deckhand to captain over quite a few years. Even after receiving his original license he was not convinced he was ready to be a captain at the age of 22. He took a job as mate on the 105ft sloop Lochiel and sailed through the Panama Canal to Fiji, gaining knowledge from his captain. He continued to serve as mate on numerous other boats continuously learning.
Ian is an avid fisherman, diver, surfer, and all around waterman who jumps at any chance to work on the water.
Megan Jones, Mate
Megan was raised in Massachusetts and learned how to sail at the age of 6 on an island off the coast of Maine. She summered there through her childhood, teaching beginner sailing and dinghy racing for 11 seasons at the Southport Yacht Club. She went on to race collegiately for Bates College where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in geology.
Megan worked as an apprentice to a sail maker after college and continued racing keelboats along the New England coast for several seasons. In 2003 Megan and two friends designed, built and launched Frances, a 74? traditionally rigged steel windjammer on the waterfront in Portland, Maine. Presently, Megan is the owner of Maine Sailing Adventures and has been operating the Frances as a charter vessel out of Portland for 7 seasons.
Megan has her Master 100 Ton USCG license. She lives in Maine, and beyond sailing, is an avid alpine skier who also greatly enjoys cycling, photography & painting.
Kelly Patrick Farrin, Chef
We are pleased this winter to have on board Chef Kelly Patrick Farrin, 2010 Maine Lobster Chef of the Year and a chef at Primo restaurant in Rockland, arguably the best restaurant north of Boston.
A strong desire to succeed, matched by a true passion for food, motivates the charismatic 27-year old. Chef Farrin began his quest for the best in culinary arts at age 18 in a small kitchen in Boothbay Harbor, Maine cooking breakfast for the locals. This early experience inspired his career in the art of food.
Chef Farrin was educated at the New England Culinary Institute (NECI) in Essex, Vermont and earned an Associate’s Degree in Culinary Arts in 2008. NECI gave Chef Farrin intense personal attention from world class Chefs and prepared him to master the culinary field.
In his free time, he heads to the Maine coast for a little competitive sailing. He lives in South Freeport where he can continue to indulge his love for the sea.
|LENGTH||95ft (29.0m)||BEAM||17ft (5.2m)||DRAFT||10ft 6in (3.2m)|
|GUESTS||4||CREW||Captain Ian Glass & Chef Kelly Patrick Farrin + 1||REFIT||2011|
|ENGINES||VOLVO TAMD 63 230hp at 2000 rpm|
SINCERITY accommodates 4 guests in 2 cabins. Large master cabin with double bed and small single. A second cabin with small double and a single bed. And a third cabin with one single bed for a possible fifth (child) guest. All three cabins share one master bathroom.
Three cabins (two double staterooms, the owner’s being unusually large and light). The aft cabin features a double bunk to starboard with a single bunk opposite to port and a personal washbasin recessed in an antique vanity cabinet; the starboard cabin has an 8 ft. single bed (commonly used as a double) to starboard and a single athwartship. Opposite to port is a cozy, hardwood-paneled single stateroom, which with its ample storage space and location at the bottom of the curved staircase, can easily serve as the captain's cabin. There are 2 large opening portholes and a ventilation hatch into the deckhouse.
Interior is mahogany marquetry paneling with birds-eye maple inlays, solid red-oak parquet cabin sole. Ventilation provided by 10 opening portholes, hatches, companionways, skylights, and 8 thru-hull deck vents.
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