NB&G 2015: Sage Marine

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Sage Marine builds high-quality pocket cruisers designed by Jerry Montgomery that are ‘SIZED FOR ADVENTURE’. All boats are made of hand laid fiberglass and carbon fiber and proudly made in Colorado, USA. All boats come complete with all necessary sails, running, rigging and a trailer with spare tire. Sage Marine will work with you to create a boat to fit your style of sailing and cruising. See our website, or give us a call, for more information.

Sage Marine 1213 Brickyard Rd. Golden, CO 80403 800-621-1065 sagemarine.com



New for 2015 the Sage 15 sloop features carbon fiber and fiberglass construction, a bulbed 200 pound daggerboard for exceptional righting moment. The cabin has a v-berth and seating below for two adults. The boat has a jaunty bow sprit and the 3/4 fraction right is rotating. Available late Spring 2015.

LOA: 15’2” + bow sprit • LWL: 14’5” • Beam: 6’4” • Draft Daggerboard: Up/Down: 7”/3’ • Displacement: 740 lbs • Ballast: 200 lbs • SailArea: 128 ft² • Fuel/Water: n/a
Design: Jerry Montgomery



New for 2015 the Sage 15 cat, also called the Sage Cat, features a bulbed 200 pound daggerboard for exceptional righting moment. The cabin has a v-berth and seating below for two adults. The cat rig is roating, all control lines lead to the cockpit and features a ‘fat head’ main. Available late Spring 2015.

LOA: 15’2”• LWL: 14’5” • Beam: 6’4” • Draft Daggerboard: Up/Down: 7”/3’ • Displacement: 740 lbs • Ballast: 200 lbs • Sail Area: 122 ft² Fuel/Water: n/a • Design: Jerry Montgomery


Sage 17


Sage 17 is safe, seaworthy, fast and comfortable. A 7/8 rig provides performance and versatility. 520 pounds of ballast provides a righting moment that inspires confidence as the wind speed increases. The cabin is sized for two adults having a v-berth, two cabin seats and a portable toilet.

LOA: 16’10” • LWL: 15’7” • Beam: 6’9” • Draft Centerboard: Up/Down: 1’9/3’6” • Displacement: 1,300 lbs • Ballast: 520 lbs • Sail Area: 152 ft² • Fuel/Water: n/a • Design: Jerry Montgomery

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