"Still Inseparable" is one of Shannon’s best-designed blue water cruising boats. She is outfitted with long distance cruising in mind with power provided by a diesel generator, solar and wind generation, satellite phone, large fuel and water capacity and a water maker. Her galley features new countertops with molded stainless-steel sink, two Isotherm refrigerator drawers and Isotherm freezer that use minimal power for efficient operation, pantry, 24 bottle wine cellar, and generous storage. Two staterooms with en-suite heads provide privacy for guests. All new PEX plumbing lines installed in 2016 along with a fresh water hot and cold cockpit shower. This is a classic cruiser that makes offshore and coastal sailing like being at home on the sea.
Still Inseparable features a two-stateroom, two-head interior with cherry joinery and a teak and holly sole.
The forward cabin is separated from the main salon by a privacy door that leads to a comfortable "V" berth with custom Tempurpedic mattress, new 2013. There are four large cabinets under the berth, a 3-drawer bureau, two long shelves over the berth and one hanging locker.
The head with access from the cabin and salon, contains a marine toilet, sink, vanity, cabinet, lockers, telephone shower and teak shower grate. Waste leads to holding tank which can be emptied at sea via a macerator pump or at the dock pump-out.
Aft of the forward head to starboard is a food pantry and utility closet. To port are a hanging locker and four-drawer cabinet.
The salon is a midships and features a "L" shaped settee to starboard with a teak dining table and a long settee to port. Both settees pull out to make single berths with lee cloths. Above are bookshelves and louvered cabinets for storage. Below the port settee is a 24-bottle wine cellar. With the cherry wood bulkheads, teak and holly sole plus high gloss headliner, a wonderful ambiance is created. There are opening ports for ventilation and four reading lights and two brass oil lamps, four reading lights, a Weem & Plath barometer, a Seth Thomas clock and two brass oil lamps.
The navigation station is to starboard and features an opening chart table, electrical panels and comfortable bench seat that doubles as a file cabinet.
Across to port is the aft head with a private access door from the aft cabin. There is a pressurized freshwater flush toilet, vanity, telephone shower, mirror and sink. There is plenty of storage in numerous lockers.
The aft cabin has a double berth with custom mattress and four drawers under, a bureau with four drawers, a hanging locker and shelves to port.
Tank Tender for water and fuel tanks
Shannon has long been known to build solid one-piece hulls with no keel bolts. They have been using the best technology of the day to create a very strong and handsome classic yacht.
Over the years they have perfected the keel/centerboard design which allows for the ability to explore and anchor in shallower waters plus have a deep draft for offshore or windward work.
Fiorentino Offshore Para-Ring Para-Anchor with 300’ rode and trip line, new 2015
Exceptional sailing performance and a customized interior make the Shannon 43 the foremost yacht for coastal cruising or long-distance passage-making. While offering a traditional look above the waterline, the Shannon 43 exemplifies state-of-the-art design and construction techniques. She is fast on all points of sail, seaworthy, and comfortable. A boat for two-person sailing and liveaboard, with two private staterooms and dual head arrangements, she provides accommodations for owners and guests. The underwater hull design is available in either a keel centerboard or fixed draft version and the choice of rig is an easily-handled double headsail cutter or double headsail ketch. Every Shannon is delivered fully commissioned with an extensive list of standard equipment ready for an extended voyage.The underwater hull design is a keel centerboard design and the rig is an easily handled double headsail cutter.