About the boat

Sequoia at anchor in Barclay Sound, British Columbia  
Sequoia is an Outbound 44, delivered from Shanghai in 2001. As of September, 2008 she has about 18,500 nautical miles under her keel. When not cruising, she is moored at St. Helens, Oregon, on the Columbia River. Standard Outbound 44 layout

 

Sequoia on passage from New Caledonia to Australia Accommodations include two private cabins with queen berths, a smaller single cabin which doubles as equipment space/storage/lazarette, full galley (including refrigerator and freezer), two heads, and a comfortable, spacious salon with sound system and DVD player. Full complement of electronic and safety equipment for offshore passagemaking, 3 headsails, storm sails, watermaker, wind generator, solar panels.

The best photos of the Outbound 44 interior can be found at the Outbound 44 website, but Sequoia has a few unique features, including a fold down table and a longitudinal chart table.