1988 Cambria 44/46, 46 ft | asking $125,000

Toad Hall

Cambrias were crafted by David Walters Yachts and were meticulously designed to embody a swift, comfortable, and high-performance cruising experience, upholding the exceptional quality standards synonymous with Hinckley, Alden, and Little Harbor yachts. 
Constructed with Airex cored hulls and Divinycell cored decks, the Cambria boasts a hull core that not only provides superior strength at equivalent weight but also offers thermal and sound insulation benefits. The entire vessel was engineered to surpass the stringent standards set by Lloyds and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). Initially presented as a 44, denoting its on-deck length, the boat's overall length measured 46 feet from the bow to the tip of the distinctive reverse stern.
This Cambria 44/46 has recently been dedicated to cruising the British Virgin Islands, but faced adversity when it lost its mast during Hurricane Irma while stationed in the boatyard in Virgin Gorda. Subsequently, it found itself under the ownership of a civil engineer, specializing in bridge construction, who expertly spliced the mast in three places. Later on, the vessel changed hands once more, now in possession of its current owners, who have undertaken extensive upgrades, including all new electronics. With minimal effort, this boat is ready for someone to acquire and set sail on new adventures.


$ 125,000

Length: 46 ft
Location: Spanish Town

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