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2000 Shannon 52

Pensacola, Florida, United States


SATORI can be configured as a ketch or modified cutter  Satori was sailed as an offshore ketch from 2001 thru 2007.  The owners wanted to do more coastal cruising as well as Gulf of Mexico crossings from Pensacola to Key West so SATORI was converted to a modified cutter.  She can be configured as either a cutter or a ketch since the mizzen mast and boom-furler are in stowage.  ICW 63' mast.

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  • Keel/ Centerboard  9'7"-- 5'7"
  • In Boom Furler
  • Two Cabin / Two Head Layout
  • One Owner / Never in Charter
  • Air Conditioning
  • Generator
  • Electric Winch
  • Bow Thruster
  • Cutter Rig (Mizzen Mast in Storage)
  • Watermaker
  • and a lot more...


“The Shannon 47/(52)'s design, construction and philosophy are uniquely aligned; the boat is forward-thinking in concept, yet rooted in the unwavering tradition of sailing far and wide."



This listing is courtesy of the BoatWizard MLS and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.

Basic Boat Info

Price: $249,000
Boat Name: SATORI
Make: Shannon
Model: 52
Year: 2000
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Shannon Yachts
Designer: Walter Schulz
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: NHN47002C000
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Centerboard


Length: 52 ft
Length Overall: 57 ft
Waterline Length: 42'7 ft
Beam: 14'3 ft
Max Draft: 9'7 ft
Min Draft: 5.58 ft
Displacement: 35,500 lb
Ballast: 13,500 lb
Single Berths: 3
Double Berths: 2
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Westerbeke
  • Model: W82B-FOUR
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 82hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 1300


Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Cutter

  • Two Cabin / Two Head Layout (see layout drawing)
  • Centerline berth in the master cabin
  • Bunk Beds in the guest cabin
  • Large Dinette
  • Stb Settee
  • True Offshore Nav Station
  • Air Conditioning: Fwd unit CruisAir 16,000 btu reverse cycle new in 2013
  • Air Conditioning: Aft unit 12,000 btu reverse cycle
  • Hood stainless steel opening ports
  • (4) Deck Hatches
  • 12v Fans
  • Interior varnish is Interlux, Schooner Varnish #96
  • Cabin sole is Epifanes Wood Finish satin
  • Stove - LPG Broadwater Schooner # 514
  • Mircowave Oven General Electric Spacesaver II/JE
  • Refrigeration (R134A) SeaFrost 9077
  • Ref Engine Drive Belt Gates A42
  • Shore Assist SeaFrost SA 2
  • Manual salt water pump at the galley sink
  • Furuno Depth & Speed Cockpit 
  • Furuno Depth & Speed Nav
  • Furuno Depth Sounder
  • Autopilot Control Unit & Display Robertson AP25 installed in 2013
  • Autopilot Drive Unit Robertson RPU160
  • Autopilot Compass Robertson RFC 35
  • Autopilot Ram Hynautic K3
  • Plotter - Cockpit Furuno MFD 12
  • Plotter - Nav Station Furuno MFD 8
  • Radar Nvnet installed in 2008
  • VHF Radio Standard GX1260S
  • VHF Remote Standard RAM 
  • Single Sideband Radio Furuno FS103
  • SSB Antenae Tuner Furuno AT1503
  • Television / VCR RCA 13" 
  • Television Antenna Shakespeare 20/20
  • Tuner & Cassette Player 
  • DVD Player
  • Alternator (150 amps) Hamilton-Ferris Powermax 150 with back up regulator
  • Battery Monitor / Regulator Heart Interface Link2000R
  • Battery Charger Professional Mariner Promatic 30-3 
  • Inverter Heart Interface Freedom 20 
  • Generator Westerbeke 7.6/5.7BTD 60/50 Hz with 390 hours
  • Batteries: House Bank: (4) AGM batteries replaced 2015
  • Batteries: Engine Bank: (2) AGM batteries replaced 2015
  • Batteries: Generator (1) AGM battery replaced 2015
  • Batteries: Bow thruster (1) AGM battery replaced 2015
  • Battery parallel switch
  • (2) 30amp Shore Power Services
  • Dockside Telephone/Cable Inlet
  • Zinc Saver Isolator
  • Lights: Tri Color, Steaming, Fore & Side Decks, Anchor, Stern, Compass, Interior
Sails & Rigging
  • Mainsail 8.6 Oz Doyle Sails, 2001
  • Genoa 5.6 Oz Doyle Sails, 2001
  • Working Jib 8.6 Oz Doyle Sails, 2001
  • Mizzen 7.6 Oz Doyle Sails, 2001
  • Mizzen Staysail 1.5 Oz Doyle Sails, 2001
  • In Boom Furler
  • (2) Harken roller furling units
  • Rigid Vang
  • MetalMast Spars, keel stepped double spreader mast
  • Rod Rigging
  • Split backstay
  • (2) Andersen self tailing primary winches
  • (1) Andersen self tailing secondary winch
  • (1) Andersen Electric self tailing secondary winch
  • (2) Andersen self tailing cabin top winches
  • (2) Andersen self tailing mast winches
  • Mizzen Rig and Sails are in storage.
  • Currently rigged as a modified cutter
  • Windex








Deck & Hull
  • Hull is White Gel Coat
  • Deck is Light Tan Gel Coat
  • Boot stripe is Awlgrip Sahara Tan
  • Dodger
  • Rigid Bimini (Full Enclosure with Air Conditioning)
  • Awning
  • Hatch covers
  • Mast Boot
  • Varnished Companionway Doors
  • Varnished Cockpit table
  • Reverse Transom
  • Rub Rail
  • CQR 75lbs anchor with 150' of 3/8" HT chain with 100' of 5/8" 3 strand rode
  • Danforth 20lbs anchor with 50' of 3/8" HT of 200' of 5/8" 3 strand rode
  • Windlass Ideal Model H2F
  • All seacocks are bronze
  • Scanvik on deck "telephone" shower in the cockpit
  • Salt water anchor wash down pump
  • Stainless steel cowl vents
  • Centerboard with a friction clutch and it takes @ 25 turns to bring the board up
  • Exterior wood: Epifanes, Clear Gloss Varnish Plus 5
  • Polypoxy Barrier Coat
  • Bottom was painted with Interlux Micron
  • Bowthruster
  • Three Blade Max Prop 
  • Fuel Consumption: 1.6 gallons per hour at 2500 rpm
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 x 64 Gallons (alum) Total 128 Gallons
  • Fuel tanks are located under the main cabin sole
  • Fuel gauges at the nav station
  • Dual Racor FGX filters for the primary engine
  • Racor fuel filter for the genset
  • Water Tanks: 140 gallons + 92 gallons (stainless steel)
  • Water guages at the nav station
  • Holding Tanks: 24 gallon fwd + 25 gallon aft (pvc)
  • Bilge Pump - electric Whale Gulper 220
  • Bilge Pump - cockpit Whale Gusher 10
  • Bilge Pump - electric Rule Model 3700
  • Hot Water Heater Atlantic Marine Products T 10E 
  • (2) Fresh Water Pressure Pumps SHURflo
  • Galley Fresh Water Foot Pump Whale Gusher Galley MK3 
  • Ice Box Drain Hand Pump Fynspray WS-61 
  • Fresh Water Filter General Ecology Seagull IV-XIF 
  • Shower Sump Pumps (2) Whale Gulper 220 
  • Macerator Pump(2) Jabsco 
  • Toilet Aft 12v Raritan PHII 
  • Toilet Forward 12v Raritan Crown
  • (2) Macerator pumps
  • (2) Sealand Tankwatch IV for each holding tank
  • Desalinator Spectra Santa Cruz 
  • Fuel Filter Racor Model 500FG - 2 microns
  • Reverso 12 VDC oil change pump
  • Groco ARG 1000 water strainer for primary engine
  • 12 gallon hot water heater
  • PYI PSS Dripless Shaft Seal


Shannon 47/52

• The Shannon 47/52 is the ultimate luxurious, short-handed, long distance ocean cruiser. The 47/52 is manageable underway by one person, but can provide accommodations for as many as nine.

• The Shannon 47/52 is a medium displacement boat built to the strongest construction standards in the industry that provides the necessary water and fuel capacities, and creates an environment where people can sail safely, comfortably, and quickly no matter how long or short the passage.

• The cockpit is the best among mid-size cruisers, with ample room including 6' 7" long seats, giving both a place to lie down and good access to a deep sail locker on the port side of the cockpit.

• The Shannon 47/52 offers a 47' 6” reverse transom or extended 51' 9" counter transom.

• The Shannon 47/52 is available in either a fixed keel or keel centerboard hull.

• The Shannon 47/52 offers a choice of rig: cutter, ketch, or custom Shannon “Scutter” or “Sketch”.

• The Shannon 47/52 offers excellent ocean sailing capability, good speed in light air and exceptional seaworthiness.

• The 47/52 has a length/displacement ratio of 227, and a sail area/displacement ratio of 17.5.

• The Shannon 47/52 hull design has been proven on many ocean voyages and the people sailing them have the enormous advantage of being on a boat that will not tire them out during the passage.

Co Brokerage

Offered to qualified co brokers (FL Licensed) at a max 50/50 split

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.

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