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This is not the normal CT 41 we are all use to...
This boat is ready to go and is super clean!
OK! Now I don't say this often, but this boat is amazing!!! This couple completely rebuilt this CT 41 in 2002 to get her ready for a world cruise. They redid all the stainless steel with high quality USA stainless, the metal work is fantastic. They also had all the electrical wiring replaced and new panels installed. The tanks were replaced, and they removed all the teak decks. One of the best items they improved was to completely cut away the cockpit area and custom build a super safe and comfortable dry cockpit. Even though the refit was done in 2002 you will not believe how nice they kept this boat up. They set off and sailed this boat around the world spending 18 years making memories. I know they would love to find the next owners who will take her around the world again. She really is ready to go!
Last Survey conducted by Wheeler Maritime International on February 21 2020 in San Carlos, Sonora Mexico.
Ground tackle consists of 300 ft 3/8 high test galvanized chain with a 65 lb CQR anchor as primary.
Second ground tackle system forward is 300 ft 3/4 nylon three strand line with 25 ft 3/8 high tea chain attached to a 45 lb CQR anchor Stern rode consists of 300 ft 3/4 braided nylon rode with 25 ft of 3/4 high test chain attached to a 24 lb high strength Danforth anchor Anchor windlass is a Lighthouse 1501 12 volt horizontal Storm anchor Fortress aluminum anchor All anchor to chain connections are via alloy Crosby shackles.
Standing rigging new in 2017
life lines new in 2017
Navigation and Communications
Standard Horizon GX1505 new 2017
Standard Horizon handheld new 2002
Icom 710 SSB radio
Pactor 2 radio modem
Raytheon R 20X radar installed 2002
B&G Chartplotter Zeus 2 new 2017
Compass, Danforth Constellation gimble mount Depth sounder Hummingbird 561 sonar 2015 Autopilot WG hydraulic Wind speed and direction B&G, note boat speed and depth inop AIS receiver Ships clock and Barometer
PFD’s 4 auto inflate type
Tethers and jacklines
4 BC dry chemical fire extinguishing
Automatic engine room extinguishing system signal flares Bilge pumps
1 12 volt pump
1 engine driven
1 engine driven in generator compartment Radar reflector MOB pole with strobe and horseshoe attached Handheld searchlight Collision mat Storm drogue portable air horn
AC shore power 120 volt 30 amp
Trace inverter 2500 watt / battery charger DC house batterys 8, 6 volt gell batterys new in 2017 starting battery 6D 12 volt new 2002 Ample Power battery monitor 2002
2 solar panels with regulator
200 amp alternator on engine
200 amp alternator on generator
switching UAL approved all installed 2002
Machinery and propulsion
Main engine Volvo MD 21A 4 cyl 75 hp, Rebuilt 2002 total hours to date approx 5500 Generator 2 cyl Yanmar 2GMF
2 Racor switchable filters with vacuum gauge
3 blade Auto Prop
10 hp four stroke Honda Outboard
Aqua Pro aluminium dinghy 2002
Spars, main, Sitka spruce rebuilt 2007, mizzen aluminum new 2007 Head sail roller furling Pro furl 2002 Sheets and halyards yacht quality
Two diesel tanks 75 gallons each from 5300 series aluminum Two fresh water tanks 55 gallons each from 316 SS hot water heater electric / engine heated 13 gallons Dickinson diesel cabin heater two steel 5 gallon propane tanks in vented compartment
24 gph Aqua Marine Watermaker
New Port Townsend sails main 2020
Furling jib 2002
asymmetrical spinnaker 2002
strom staysil 2002
spare used mainsail
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.
Owner's personal items excluded. Exclusions include, however are not limited to, Seller's personal possessions, loose items, binoculars, handheld radio(s), charts, tools, fishing equipment, spare parts, clothing and foul weather gear, galley equipment, linens/bedding and any items not specifically listed on equipment list specifications sheet.