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|Tilbudt av||United City Yachts Inc. - United City Yachts inc.|
The Sceptre 41 was one of the first fiberglass boats to successfully merge a pilot house plan with a seaworthy design capable of safely cruising the world’s oceans. Her designer, Hein Driehuyzen, knew the basics of a good cruising boat: tankage low in the boat with good capacity; a design engineered to accommodate all the stores and equipment required for an extended cruise; materials and construction methods that last in an often harsh marine environment; a hull shape that is comfortable in a seaway; and a sail plan that is versatile and easily handled by a cruising couple.
'Tryste' is designed for comfort on long voyages. Her pilothouse provides protection in adverse conditions, From the moment you step below you feel at home. The generous galley is to port at the base of the companionway, with a generous aft cabin to starboard. Just forward of the aft cabin is the dining area, with raised seating providing sightlines all around through her many windows.
To port, and just forward of the galley, is the nav station and lower helm. Everything is here to manage the vessel from the safety and comfort of the interior. Amid ships, down a step, is a FabAll diesel heater and bench seat. A cozy place on a cold day.
Slightly forward of the mast and to starboard is a large head with separate shower. And in the bow the owner's stateroom provides an abundance of storage in hanging lockers and drawers, along with a private seating area.
Beautiful teak and holly sole runs throughout her interior, and the cabinetry is of a very high quality.
Currently on the hard, she is available to be seen in Bowmanville, ON
LOA: 41 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
LWL: 36 ft 0 in
Draft: 6 ft 1 in
Displacement: 21500 lbs
Ballast: 8700 lbs
Nissan SD22 4 Cyl Diesel Engine 55HP
Water - 230 Gallons in 4 tanks
Fuel - 80 Gallons in 2 tanks
Waste - 15 Gallons
Inverter/Charger - Heart 1200W
Main - North Furling Main
Furling Genoa - 135%, Mack Sails 2013 lightly used
#3 - 110% Hank On to Solent Stay, 1992 lightly used
Storm Trisail - Hank On to Solent Stay, 1992 Lightly used
Solent Stay - Removable, Mounts just behind furler. Hank on #3 and storm sails.
Whisker Pole - Forespar Extendable
Primary - Lewmar #48
Secondary - Lewmar #40
Halyard Winches (2) - Lewmar Wire Reel
Halyard Winch - Lewmar #40
Swim Ladder - Transom
Dodger - New 2017
Bimini - New 2017
Electric Windlass - Nilsson
Plotter- Garmin 176C
Plotter- Raymarine e7D
VHF- Icom M402AutoPilot
Wind - DataMarine
Radar - Raytheon R10
Stereo - Sony AM/FM/CD/MP3
TV- LG Flat Panel with external antenna
Diesel Heater- FabAll
Refrigeration- Nova Kool
Propane Stove - Hillerange 3 Burner
Convection Oven - GE
Additional: Pedestal Cover (2019), Winch Covers, Cockpit Cushions, Tank Monitor, Spare Engine Parts, 8 Pad Steel Folding Cradle,