Bluewater Bay Yachts, Inc.
290 Yacht Club Drive
Niceville, Florida, US, 32578-7122
Tel:850 897 4150
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1979 CSY Cutter

location icon Niceville, Florida
Year 1979
Length 44 ft

The CSY 44 is renowned as one of the toughest, most durable cruising vessels ever built. The solid, hand laid fiberglass deck and hull were built to take whatever man or nature can throw her way.  With 100 gallons of fuel capacity  400 gallons of water capacity, and holding tank of 40 gallons this vessel is ready for those distant harbors.  She boast a 1999 Yanmar Diesel with 4000 hours, shoal draft, excellent ventilation and good equipment on this yacht are only a few of the reasons she'll fill the bill for long term cruising.  This fine yacht is cruise ready!

***PRICE REDUCED $5000***


Year Built 1979
Category Sail
Length Overall 44 ft
Beam 13'4 ft
Max Draft 4'11 ft
Construction Fiberglass
Hull ID TXY441470279
Keel Other
Drive Type Direct
Engines 1
Total Engine Power 88 hp
Dry Weight 40,000 lb
Ballast 14,000 lb

Engine 1 Specifications

Make: Yanmar
Model: 4JH2-DTE
Drive Type: Direct
Fuel: Diesel
Engine Power: 88hp
Type: Inboard
Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze
Year: 1999
Engine Hours: 4000

Spacious two cabin, two head layout. Guest cabin forward in a large v-berth, ample storage space in drawers, and hanging locker. Guest head located to port with separate shower stall. The head is equipped with a manual toilet, stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurized water, storage compartments and mirror. There is a roomy shower stall located aft of the head. Moving into the main salon there is an L-shaped settee to port. A nice dining table with storage is mounted on the centerline around the mast. The galley is situated further aft to port. In the main cabin and master cabin cabinetry has been altered with teak to add more storage space and the main cabin pipe berth area across from the dinette now has additional storage plus two nice chairs for seating with storage below.   The galley aft to port has a double stainless steel sink, 3 burner stove and oven, microwave, and several storage areas.  To starboard of the galley there is a large top loading refrigeration area and top loading freezer area . Moving up and out of the salon, through the cockpit and down into the aft cabin. This cabin is furnished with a large master berth and numerous storage drawers and lockers. The spacious head is located to port and features a a manual toilet, stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water, storage compartments, mirror and molded floor with shower drain. A nav station is located to starboard conveniently located within close proximity to the companionway. The high volume interior is very well lit and ventilated by way of nineteen opening ports, four fixed ports and seven deck hatches.

  • Double Stainless Steel Sink
  • 3 Burner Force10 Stove & Oven Fully Gimbaled 
  • Sharp Microwave Oven
  • Refrigeration Thermostate Display
  • Magnetized Spice Rack
  • Counter Top Loading Storage
  • (2) Opening Portlights
  • Top Loading Refrigeration 
  • Top Loading Freezer
  • Pressurized Fresh Water
  • Laminate Countertops
  • Several Storage Areas
Electronics and Navigations
  • Ray Marine ST60+ Wind, Depth and Speed Instruments at Binnacle
  • Garmin GPSmap 498 Chart Plotter/Sonar at Binnacle
  • Danforth Constellation Magnetic Compass at Binnacle
  • Standard Horizon Explorer VHF at Nav Station with Remote Mic at Binnacle
  • West Marine VHF 480 at Binnacle
  • Navico Wheel Pilot WP5000 Auto Pilot at the Binnacle
  • (6) 75 amp Golf Cart Batteries as House Arranged as 12 Volt Set Up and a
    Separate 12v Start Battery.  New Spring 2017
  • Xantrex 40A Truecharge 2 Battery Charger
  • Xantrex 1750 PROwatt Inverter
  • (2) Reverse Cycle A/C units, 16k BTU Cruiseair Main Cabin & A 6k BTU Mermaid For The Master
  • (2) 30 amp Shorepower Cords
  • Engine Turbo Replaced in 2007
Deck and Sails
  • Manual Anchor Windlass 
  • Aluminum Fortress Anchor
  • Plow Anchor
  • Whisker Pole
  • Harken Roller Furling Head Sail
  • Clubfooted Staysail 
  • Deck Washdown Pump
  • Max Prop 24" Feathering Propeller
  • Cutlass Bearing New October 2014
  • (2) 20 lb Aluminum Propane Tanks in Dedicated Propane Locker with Electric Solenoid Cutoff Valve
  • Hard Bimini with Canvas and Strataglass Removable Surround and Smoked Glass Skylight
  • Sails: New full batten main in 2011 (Shur Sails), High cut yankee foresail (cleaned and re-sewn in Sept 2017) with Harken furler (2011) and boom supported hank on staysail, not new but well maintained. 
  • New sail covers, sun protectors and Mac Pack main sail system in 2011 (Shur Sails)
  • Stern Davits for a RIB
  • Three older solar panels which still work 
Fuel, Water, and Holding Tank
  • 100 Gallons - Fuel
  • 40 Gallons - Holding
  • 400 Gallons - Water
Additional Information
  • 2011 9’6” AB Ventus VL RIB W/15 HP Yamaha 2 stroke outboard engine, fuel tank with hose and two oars
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.