Babysan III is a 47-foot Marine Trader ketch rig. Built in Southeast Asia in 1977, the classic William Garden designed sailboat is a deep blue water cruiser.
With a center cockpit configuration, her beam stretches 12-6 wide showcasing the bright, exposed teak woodwork throughout and the unfinished natural teak decks. All spars, and exterior wood is varnished and bright. She is outfitted with period hardware, including antique bronze fittings and traditional wooden blocks used throughout to maintain the classic design and aesthetic.
The cockpit has a navy blue canvas dodger, which is configurable and removable. All interior is teak with hand carved doors and holly floors.
Below are two staterooms forward and aft, each with it's own wet head, a large dining and living area and a galley kitchen. Babysan is completely fitted with upgraded, state of the art electronics and equipment.
She is fully insured and equipped with all U.S. Coast Guard approved life safety equipment. Including an inflatable dinghy/chase boat on davit, ready to go with a 20 HP engine and a Captain available for shots from the water.
She has been fully and faithfully restored top to bottom, by Architect David Hertz and Photographer, Laura Doss and has been utilized for many fashion shoots and other uses where a traditional wooden sailboat is desired.
Babysan III is located in Marina Del Rey and is easily accessible by the 90 Freeway. She can be rented in slip or sailed to any location.