2008 Krogen 44 “Mixed Blessing”

Mixed Blessing

Saloon Looking To Galley

Saloon Looking To Galley & Steps To Pilothouse & Staterooms

Saloon Dinette In Coffee Table Position


Queen Master Berth w/ Storage Under

Master Looking At & To Port

Master Bureau

Companionway Looking Aft From Master

Guest Stateroom Settee That Converts To A Small Double And Pullman Above

Guest Stateroom Desk

Head Of Companionway To Port

Separate Stall Shower w/ Opening Port

Pilothouse Helm

Pilothouse Helm

Pilothouse Settee & Table That Converts To Double Berth

Pilothouse Settee & Table That Converts To Double Berth

Large Covered Back Porch

Large Covered Back Porch

Large Covered Walkway On Both Sides Of Boat

Double Anchor Rollers w/ Horizontal Windlass

Double Anchor Rollers w/ Horizontal Windlass

Bow Seat w/ Storage Under

Boat Deck w/ Weaver Chocks For Dinghy

Boat Deck w/ Weaver Chocks For Dinghy



Solar Panels On Roof Of Pilothouse

Boat Deck w/ Weaver Chocks For Dinghy

Boat Deck w/ Weaver Chocks For Dinghy

Engine Room Looking Aft On Port Side

Engine Room Looking Aft On Starboard Side

Engine Room Looking To Starboard In Front Of Engine

Engine Room Looking To Port In Front Of Engine

ESI Fuel Polishing System & Oil Change System

Generator In Sound Enclosure w/ PTO

Engine Room Looking Aft On Port Side

Household Washer & Dryer

Boat Deck Ladder Down

Boat Deck Ladder Up

Dinghy On Rear Davits

Mixed Blessing

Mixed Blessing

Listing Agent:
Capt. Bill Harris, CPYB,
(772) 919-2012

Brief Specifications

Current Price:
US$ 596,000
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single diesel
Hull Material:
Stuart, FL


Mixed Blessing is a rare walk-around Krogen 44 just back from the islands and ready to go back again.   Her capable hull form will take you anywhere you want to go, her thoughtful outfitting will get you there in style.  Where will she take you?

Full Specifications


LOA: 49 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 4 in
LWL: 40 ft 11 in
Length on Deck: 44 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
 Bridge Clearance: 23'3" Mast up, 13' 8" Mast Down
Displacement: 43,140 lbs


Hull, Superstructure, Decks all made from single-piece female molds.  All molds are  vacuum-bagged.
• Hull construction includes use of USA-made Cook gelcoat. Hand-laid Knytex fiberglass with closed-cell PVC sandwich core used in topsides. Solid below the waterline with blister resistant vinylester resins.
• Aramid (different brand name then Kevlar) reinforced hull for impact protection.
• Watertight bulkheads and hatches including “crash” bulkheads fore and aft and Freeman deck hatch forward.


The saloon is entered from the fully covered aft deck through a weather-tight welded aluminum door with Phantom retractable screen. The saloon is bright and inviting with large opening windows port and starboard and an opening window in the aft bulkhead.  To starboard is an L-shaped settee with hi-lo teak dining/coffee table. The port side has room to add two comfortable chairs. Forward on the port side is teak cabinetry with book shelves, storage cabinets and pantry.


The "U-shaped" galley is forward of the saloon on the starboard side and offers generous Corian® countertops and a Corian® double sink. There is ample storage in multiple cabinets and drawers.  The open faced feature allows the chef to be included in the social activites while preparing gourmet meals.

  • 10.2 cubic foot Vitrifrigo refrigerator/freezer (new 2014)
  • GE Microwave oven 
  • Force 10 3-burner propane stove
  • Raritan Icerette icemaker (new mechanism 7/2016)

Master Stateroom

The master stateroom is forward, and is bright and airy. There is a queen-size island berth with voluminous storage underneath, port and starboard hanging lockers, mirrored dresser with an additional 8 drawers of storage, 4 stainless steel opening ports and an overhead hatch.

Guest Stateroom

The guest quarters / office den are on the starboard side aft of the master stateroom. Included is a convertible settee, desk, pullman berth, hanging locker, book shelves, 2 opening stainless steel ports and a convenient engineroom access through an insulated dogged door. This space is set up for your use as a den/office and designed to convert to make your guests comfortable when they are aboard.


The head is opposite the guest quarters and features a separate stall shower, fresh water VacuFlush head, mirrored vanity with Corian® countertop, medicine cabinet, linen storage and 2 opening stainless steel port. Forward of the head are the Asko washer and dryer, easily accessed from the companionway.


The pilothouse is forward and up from the saloon/galley. While it is the center of operations, it is also a perfect place to have your breakfast and morning coffee on those cool bright clear mornings. There are welded aluminum dutch doors port and starboard, 2 opening stainless steel ports and 2 overhead hatches providing excellent ventilation while underway or at anchor. There is a settee/pilot berth that converts to a double berth, and a teak pedestal table


Mixed Blessings has an extensive electronics suite with all the nav aids necessary for accurate piloting and communication. Major components include:

  • 3 Garmin 7212 Chartplotter Multifunction displays (new 2016)
  • Garmin Autopilot fully integrated with 7212 units
  • Garmin 4' open array radar 
  • Garmin wind anemometer
  • Garmin water speed meter
  • Garmin xm radio/weather receiver
  • Icom M604VHF
  • Icom M802 SSB with long wire inverted L antennae
  • AIS
  • Noise canceling SSB speaker

  • 12 Kw Northern Lights generator with Power Take Off (659 Hours)
  • Aqua Gen Kubota diesel which drives a stand alone 150 amp 12 volt generator
  • 2 Outback 2800 watt interter/125 amp charger, stacked, for total of 5600 watts and 250 amps for battery charging
  • 3 Lifeline 8D house batteries (new 5/2016)
  • Lifeline 8D engine starting battery (new 6/2016)
  • Battery monitor
  • 270 Amp Leece Neville alternator with thermal overload protection
  • Two solar panels on pilothouse roof
  • Newmar galvanic isolator
  • Isolation transformer

Engine Room and Machinery
  • John Deere Tier II 6068 TFM M-1 continuous duty rated (2863 Hours)
  • Twin Disc 3.0:1 marine gear
  • ABT 15 hp hydraulic bow thruster (seals replaced and updates added 5/2016)
  • TRAC Hydraulic stabilizers (seals replaced and updates added 5/2016)
  • Racor dual fuel filters with vaccum gauge
  • ESI Fuel polishing system
  • Reverso oil change system
  • Tides dripless shaft seal
  • 4 Auto-electric bilge pumps with Celectron Bilge Watch
  • Emergency bilge pump
  • Spur prop protector line cutter

Additional Components
  • Three zone reverse cycle air conditioning
  • Nautica 10' RIB dinghy (2009)
  • 9.9 Mercury outboard
  • Weaver davits on swim platform
  • Dinghy chocks on boat deck
  • Lift winch system on mast/boom
  • Riding sail for use at anchor
  • Maxwell 2200 dual chain wheel and single rope gypsy anchor windlass
  • 121 lb Spade anchor w/300'  3/8 G4 ACCO chain
  • Fortress 55 anchor w/60' 3/8 ACCO chain and 300' nylon rode
  • 60 gallon per hour water maker 
  • Kahlenberg air horn
  • GG Schmitt swim ladder on swim platform
  • Sunbrella canvas package
  •  BBQ grill


Owner's personal effects and art work.

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.

Last Revised: Oct 13, 2020

Contact Capt. Bill Harris, CPYB, for more information on this yacht at (772) 919-2012 or via email: bill@kadeykrogen.com

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610 NW Dixie Highway
Stuart, FL 34994United States
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