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About This Boat

Lightness, Visibility, Balance, and Security are crucial elements for a cruising catamaran.  The Maine Cat 41 pays homage to these critical elements of cruising safety and comfort.  It is a sailors' catamaran and a true performance cruising catamaran.  It is intelligently different from most catamarans you will see.

There is no saloon!  Instead there is a command bridgedeck that combines the functions of a cockpit and saloon into one large, bright, comfortable, functional and secure space.  The helm is dead center at the center of least motion for the entire vessel.  Visibility is perfect.  You can see everything everywhere at a glance from the helm.  There are no blind spots.  Nothing is in the way and you can easily control all aspects of the boat.  You can feel everything too and feel the motion and balance through the soles of your feet.  It is like you are wearing a cruising machine rather than being perched catawampus upon or atop one.  Your crew surround you immediately at hand.  Perhaps they are resting, nested in the convertible king-sized dinette on a long passage.  Perhaps they are putting in a reef without ever leaving the command bridge.  Maybe they are snug by your side at the helm.  Or they could be lounging on the aft settees in harbor with the enclosure rolled up secure from the elements and enjoying the breeze.

The easily-driven hulls have a 10.5:1 fineness ratio that nicely balances performance and carrying capacity. You can motor up to 10 knots.  You can sail up to 18.  You can bleed off the energy of an unexpected gust by accelerating gracefully.  You can move easily in light air.  The hulls are separated from the bridgedeck by secure amidship companionways that can be completely closed off.  This offers peace of mind and peace and quiet.  The hulls are light and open once you go below.  The queen berths are amidship where there is least motion on a passage and you sleep securely guarded by the daggerboard trunks.  The berths are easy to get in and out of from their foot or their side.  The starboard hull is an owner's oasis.  The port hull a gourmet's and guest's dream.  Both are easily heated by Wallas forced air diesel heaters installed in the engine rooms.  Both are easily ventilated with numerous opening ports and hatches.  The interiors are gel coated and easy to clean with long lines of site and 6'8" headroom.  Nothing is hidden.  Everything is accessible.  This is so important.  What can be easily maintained gets maintained!

Steady Yanmar engines and saildrives power the Maine Cat 41.  These have low hours.  There is plenty of space to maintain and repair the engines.  They are separated from accommodations in their own engine rooms.  Steering and systems are readily visible and maintainable.  A powerful square top main, self-tacking jib, a retractable bowsprit, and a furling screecher power the Maine Cat 41 too.  You will make quick and comfortable passages.  On deck she is easy to move about.  The walk-on bimini has secure handholds along its entire perimeter and easily-rigged jacklines for crew going forward on passage.  She points well and makes very little leeway due to her daggerboards.  Pull the daggerboards up off the wind and lose the parasitic drag of a keel to make even better daily averages.  At passages' end, a touch of the toe drops the primary Rocna anchor on all chain rode.  Another Rocna acts as secondary and they provide the security that makes for a good night's sleep.

In harbor the lightness of the carbon fiber dinghy is instantly appreciated.  This is one of the best tenders on the market and is the cruising equivalent of the family car.  It sits on chocks on the aft platform (not swinging wildly and obstructing your view from rigged davits).  It launches using a carbon 'stinger' extension of the main boom.  Power is provided by a brand new Torqeedo electric outboard.

This Maine Cat 41 has made her way on her own bottom from Maine to the Pacific Northwest.  She is seriously equipped for cruising with lots of toys and cruising equipment including a watermaker and solar panels.  She is in good condition with standing rigging and sails replaced in 2016.  She is priced to sell quickly.  She is a rare opportunity.  If it is your time to cruise, this is an opportunity not to be missed!  Contact Matthew today for more details and to schedule your viewing.


Additional Details

Equipment & Specifications

Accommodations / Overview

Maine Cat 41s have a unique layout.  The bridgedeck is really a very functional and sheltered command deck.  The helm is centered right at the position of least motion and greatest visibility.  There are secure seating locations, all with full panoramic views.  A large dinette with bench seats forward makes a great place for friends and crew to congregate. It also converts to a huge berth which makes a wonderful off-watch nest at sea.  The hulls are very secure against water ingress having mid-ship companionways that can be made watertight.  The starboard hull is given over to the owner's comforts with a spacious master suite. Forward is an extra single berth with storage under. Then is a navigation station with a swing out seat. A full sized queen berth with ease of entry is midships with the least motion and greatest comfort. Aft from there is a small settee, cabinet with counter and storage lockers. Across is another locker with hanging and shelf storage. The primary electrical control panel is located in the side of this cabinet. Further aft is a large head with a separate shower stall, marine toilet and vanity with sink. The port hull starting from forward has a single berth followed by a head with marine toilet, vanity and shower. Next is a queen berth, inboard, with storage locker below. Aft of the entry steps is a large galley with work spaces both inboard and outboard. A four burner stove with oven equips the galley as well as a top loading freezer and a front opening refrigerator.

  • Interior finish is off white gelcoat.
  • Head liners are white gelcoat.
  • Solid surface counter tops.
  • Cabin sole is cork composite.
  • Cherry wood trim with oiled finish.

Chart Area

  • Cherry chart table with lift top and storage inside.
  • Cherry cabinet and book shelf above chart table.
  • Caframo fan.
  • Florescent chart light.
  • Halogen reading light.
  • Tank monitor panel.
  • Icom RAM mike.
  • 120VA outlet.

Galley

  • Large U-shaped galley.
  • Solid surface counter tops.
  • Double stainless steel sink with single lever control and separate sprayer.
  • Frigoboat top opening freezer with digital controller.
  • Frigoboat front opening refrigerator with digital controller.
  • SeaGull water filter.
  • Built-in trash bin.
  • (7) Storage lockers.
  • (2) Storage Drawers.
  • Broadwater marine (4) burner LPG stove with oven.
  • (3) Florescent counter lights.
  • Opening port inboard.
  • Opening port facing aft.

Master Stateroom with En-Suite Head

  • Queen master berth
  • (2) Full length cherry book shelves.
  • Small settee.
  • Cherry storage lockers wit both shelves and hanging areas.
  • Dresser cabinet with solid surface counter.
  • Overhead storage locker with Ships electrical system controls.
  • Overhead hatch with screen.
  • Sony CDXF7705X Stereo

  • Caframo fan.
  • (2) Florescent overhead light.
  • (2) Halogen reading lights.
  • 120VAC outlet.
  • Shorepower Air Conditioning.

Master Head

  • Vanity with solid surface counter top and single lever faucet.
  • (1) Florescent overhead light.
  • Cherry storage locker above the toilet.
  • Fresh water electric head with separate shower stall.
  • Glass stainless steel framed enclosure.
  • Adjustable hand shower with single lever controls.
  • Opening port facing aft.

Guest Stateroom

  • Queen foam mattress.
  • (2) Full length cherry book shelves.
  • Overhead hatch with screen.
  • Caframo fan.
  • (2) Florescent overhead light.
  • (2) Halogen reading lights.
  • 120VAC outlet.
  • Shorepower Air conditioning.

Guest Head / Shower

  • Fresh water electric head.
  • Solid surface vanity with stainless steel sink and storage below.
  • Dual knob controlled faucet with pull out shower hose and head.
  • Mirror.
  • Water maker control panel.

Port & Starboard Hulls / Forward Cabins

  • Storage access locker forward of berth with cherry door and trim.
  • Single berth with custom foam mattress and storage under.
  • Full length cherry book shelf.
  • Opening overhead hatch.
  • Halogen reading light.

Electronics and Navigation Equipment

  • Icom RAM microphone.
  • Tank Tender tank monitor.
  • Sony CDXF7705X Stereo
  • Icom 602 DSC VHF radio with external speaker.
  • Garmin autopilot controller.
  • Garmin Multi readout mounted overhead.
  • Garmin 7010 plotter.
  • Garmin RADAR.
  • Engine control panels with alarms.

Electrical System

  • Mase IS4.0 2.9 continuous diesel generator (mounted in forward deck locker in sound box - currently inoperable).
  • (4) 120 Watt solar panels mounted on hardtop.
  • Mastervolt 2000 watt inverter with remote panel, battery monitor and automatic transfer switch  (control located in master stateroom).
  • Mastervolt 50 amp battery charger.
  • (2) 30 Amp 120VAC inlets.
  • (2) 30 Amp power cables.
  • (4) AGM 8D batteries.
  • (3) Gel cell 4D house batteries
  • (2) Gel cell engine start batteries.
  • (1) Generator start battery.
  • (2) 60 Amp alternators.
  • (1) Shore to generator transfer switch located in master stateroom.
  • (1) 12VDC electrical panel with 1 master breaker and 16 branch breakers and 5 open spaces (located in master stateroom).
  • (1) 12VDC panel with 12 branch breakers located in the galley.
  • 12VDC outlets throughout vessel with GFCI in appropriate places.
  • Battery monitor.
  • (3) Master battery switches (located in master stateroom).

Plumbing

  • Pressure water system.
  • (2) Water heaters from 120Vac and engine (2020).
  • (2) 60 Gallon plastic water tanks in forward lockers.
  • Cockpit hot and cold shower.
  • (2) 20 gallon holding tanks with pump out systems.
  • (2) Jabsco macerator shower pumps.
  • Spectra watermaker (pickled).

Bridgedeck Features

Cockpit has a large table forward with bench seats on each side. All sail control lines, stoppers and winches are led to the cabin top to port and starboard of the table. The helm station is a center console in the center of the cockpit. This location offers 360% visibility, a view of each corner of the boat and easy access to the sail control lines. There is a double helm seat and two upholstered jump seats to each side. The aft section of the cockpit has (2) L-shaped settees. The entire cockpit is covered by a fiberglass roof with integral handrails, sliding hatches and ventilation hatches. Decks are a gray diamond pattern non-skid for effective footing.

  • Full Polycarbonate & Strataglass Enclosure (2020).
  • Full Screen Enclosure.
  • Cockpit hot and cold shower.
  • Line lockers keep running rigging safely stowed.
  • Sliding acrylic doors into the hulls.
  • (7) Overhead lights in cockpit.
  • 12VDC outlet.
  • 120VAC outlet.

Sails and Rigging

  • Natural anodized Selden mast and boom with Antal main sail track system.
  • Selden natural anodized cross beam.
  • Retractable bowsprit for screecher and spinnaker.
  • Double diamond rigged mast with swept back spreaders and cap shrouds.
  • Main sheet traveler system across rear bridge deck.
  • Multi purchase rig tensioners.
  • Schaffer roller furling system.              
  • All standing rigging is stainless steel with swaged fittings (2016).
  • Self tacking jib on traveler.
  • Main halyard and reef lines are led to electric winch in cockpit.
  • Main sheet winch: Lewmar 50 2 speed AST electric, aft in cockpit.
  • Genoa halyard winch: Lewmar 40 2 speed AST.
  • (6) Line stoppers.
  • Rigid boom vang.
  • Mast head mounted Windex.
  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker in ATN sleeve.
  • Full batten main with two reefs (2016).
  • Stack Pac sail system (2020).
  • Roller furling Screecher
  • 100 %Roller furling & self tacking jib.
  • Winch handles.

Deck & Safety Equipment

  • Double stainless steel lifelines with gates port and starboard.
  • Transom steps for easy boarding from water or dinghy.
  • Fiberglass hard top with ample hand rails.
  • Full roll up enclosure (2020).
  • (3) Aluminum deck cleats along each side.
  • Lewmar electric anchor windlass with controls at helm and at foredeck.
  • 55 Lb Rocna anchor chain rode and bridle.
  • 22 LB Rocna secondary anchor.
  • Danforth stern anchor.
  • Running lights.
  • Fore deck and steaming light.
  • Bow seats integrated into bow railings.
  • Offshore trampolines (2020).
  • Dinghy chocks on stern.
  • Carbon stinger in boom end for raising and lowering dinghy.
  • Carbon Offshore Cruising Tender.
  • Torqeedo dinghy engine (2021).
  • (2) Emergency manual bilge pumps.
  • (4) Electric automatic bilge pumps.
  • kayak.
  • 2 inflatable paddle boards.
  • Shoreline tether reel with 330' Dyneema.

Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details

  • (2) 29HP Yanmar marine diesel engines with Yanmar sail drives) 2000 and 2500 engine hours.  Engines, drives, and seals serviced 2020.
  • Volvo (2) blade folding propellers.
  • Racor fuel filters.
  • Single lever Morse engine controls.
  • Edson cable steering system with leather wrapped wheel.
  • Seawater strainers.
  • (2) Wallas 40d forced air diesel heaters
  • Full engine control panels with alarms.
  • Salt water wash down system with Y valve for fresh water.

Exclusions

Personal Items.

Disclaimer
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.

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

2003

Length

41 ft

Location

Washington

Price

319,000

Status

Active

Make

Maine Cat

Model

41

Name

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

Make: Yanmar

Model: 3YM30 FC

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 29|horsepower

Year: 2003

Hours: 2000

Location: Port



Make: Yanmar

Model: 3YM30 FC

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 29|horsepower

Year: 2003

Hours: 2500

Location: Starboard



About This Boat

Lightness, Visibility, Balance, and Security are crucial elements for a cruising catamaran.  The Maine Cat 41 pays homage to these critical elements of cruising safety and comfort.  It is a sailors' catamaran and a true performance cruising catamaran.  It is intelligently different from most catamarans you will see.

There is no saloon!  Instead there is a command bridgedeck that combines the functions of a cockpit and saloon into one large, bright, comfortable, functional and secure space.  The helm is dead center at the center of least motion for the entire vessel.  Visibility is perfect.  You can see everything everywhere at a glance from the helm.  There are no blind spots.  Nothing is in the way and you can easily control all aspects of the boat.  You can feel everything too and feel the motion and balance through the soles of your feet.  It is like you are wearing a cruising machine rather than being perched catawampus upon or atop one.  Your crew surround you immediately at hand.  Perhaps they are resting, nested in the convertible king-sized dinette on a long passage.  Perhaps they are putting in a reef without ever leaving the command bridge.  Maybe they are snug by your side at the helm.  Or they could be lounging on the aft settees in harbor with the enclosure rolled up secure from the elements and enjoying the breeze.

The easily-driven hulls have a 10.5:1 fineness ratio that nicely balances performance and carrying capacity. You can motor up to 10 knots.  You can sail up to 18.  You can bleed off the energy of an unexpected gust by accelerating gracefully.  You can move easily in light air.  The hulls are separated from the bridgedeck by secure amidship companionways that can be completely closed off.  This offers peace of mind and peace and quiet.  The hulls are light and open once you go below.  The queen berths are amidship where there is least motion on a passage and you sleep securely guarded by the daggerboard trunks.  The berths are easy to get in and out of from their foot or their side.  The starboard hull is an owner's oasis.  The port hull a gourmet's and guest's dream.  Both are easily heated by Wallas forced air diesel heaters installed in the engine rooms.  Both are easily ventilated with numerous opening ports and hatches.  The interiors are gel coated and easy to clean with long lines of site and 6'8" headroom.  Nothing is hidden.  Everything is accessible.  This is so important.  What can be easily maintained gets maintained!

Steady Yanmar engines and saildrives power the Maine Cat 41.  These have low hours.  There is plenty of space to maintain and repair the engines.  They are separated from accommodations in their own engine rooms.  Steering and systems are readily visible and maintainable.  A powerful square top main, self-tacking jib, a retractable bowsprit, and a furling screecher power the Maine Cat 41 too.  You will make quick and comfortable passages.  On deck she is easy to move about.  The walk-on bimini has secure handholds along its entire perimeter and easily-rigged jacklines for crew going forward on passage.  She points well and makes very little leeway due to her daggerboards.  Pull the daggerboards up off the wind and lose the parasitic drag of a keel to make even better daily averages.  At passages' end, a touch of the toe drops the primary Rocna anchor on all chain rode.  Another Rocna acts as secondary and they provide the security that makes for a good night's sleep.

In harbor the lightness of the carbon fiber dinghy is instantly appreciated.  This is one of the best tenders on the market and is the cruising equivalent of the family car.  It sits on chocks on the aft platform (not swinging wildly and obstructing your view from rigged davits).  It launches using a carbon 'stinger' extension of the main boom.  Power is provided by a brand new Torqeedo electric outboard.

This Maine Cat 41 has made her way on her own bottom from Maine to the Pacific Northwest.  She is seriously equipped for cruising with lots of toys and cruising equipment including a watermaker and solar panels.  She is in good condition with standing rigging and sails replaced in 2016.  She is priced to sell quickly.  She is a rare opportunity.  If it is your time to cruise, this is an opportunity not to be missed!  Contact Matthew today for more details and to schedule your viewing.


Additional Details

Equipment & Specifications

Accommodations / Overview

Maine Cat 41s have a unique layout.  The bridgedeck is really a very functional and sheltered command deck.  The helm is centered right at the position of least motion and greatest visibility.  There are secure seating locations, all with full panoramic views.  A large dinette with bench seats forward makes a great place for friends and crew to congregate. It also converts to a huge berth which makes a wonderful off-watch nest at sea.  The hulls are very secure against water ingress having mid-ship companionways that can be made watertight.  The starboard hull is given over to the owner's comforts with a spacious master suite. Forward is an extra single berth with storage under. Then is a navigation station with a swing out seat. A full sized queen berth with ease of entry is midships with the least motion and greatest comfort. Aft from there is a small settee, cabinet with counter and storage lockers. Across is another locker with hanging and shelf storage. The primary electrical control panel is located in the side of this cabinet. Further aft is a large head with a separate shower stall, marine toilet and vanity with sink. The port hull starting from forward has a single berth followed by a head with marine toilet, vanity and shower. Next is a queen berth, inboard, with storage locker below. Aft of the entry steps is a large galley with work spaces both inboard and outboard. A four burner stove with oven equips the galley as well as a top loading freezer and a front opening refrigerator.

  • Interior finish is off white gelcoat.
  • Head liners are white gelcoat.
  • Solid surface counter tops.
  • Cabin sole is cork composite.
  • Cherry wood trim with oiled finish.

Chart Area

  • Cherry chart table with lift top and storage inside.
  • Cherry cabinet and book shelf above chart table.
  • Caframo fan.
  • Florescent chart light.
  • Halogen reading light.
  • Tank monitor panel.
  • Icom RAM mike.
  • 120VA outlet.

Galley

  • Large U-shaped galley.
  • Solid surface counter tops.
  • Double stainless steel sink with single lever control and separate sprayer.
  • Frigoboat top opening freezer with digital controller.
  • Frigoboat front opening refrigerator with digital controller.
  • SeaGull water filter.
  • Built-in trash bin.
  • (7) Storage lockers.
  • (2) Storage Drawers.
  • Broadwater marine (4) burner LPG stove with oven.
  • (3) Florescent counter lights.
  • Opening port inboard.
  • Opening port facing aft.

Master Stateroom with En-Suite Head

  • Queen master berth
  • (2) Full length cherry book shelves.
  • Small settee.
  • Cherry storage lockers wit both shelves and hanging areas.
  • Dresser cabinet with solid surface counter.
  • Overhead storage locker with Ships electrical system controls.
  • Overhead hatch with screen.
  • Sony CDXF7705X Stereo

  • Caframo fan.
  • (2) Florescent overhead light.
  • (2) Halogen reading lights.
  • 120VAC outlet.
  • Shorepower Air Conditioning.

Master Head

  • Vanity with solid surface counter top and single lever faucet.
  • (1) Florescent overhead light.
  • Cherry storage locker above the toilet.
  • Fresh water electric head with separate shower stall.
  • Glass stainless steel framed enclosure.
  • Adjustable hand shower with single lever controls.
  • Opening port facing aft.

Guest Stateroom

  • Queen foam mattress.
  • (2) Full length cherry book shelves.
  • Overhead hatch with screen.
  • Caframo fan.
  • (2) Florescent overhead light.
  • (2) Halogen reading lights.
  • 120VAC outlet.
  • Shorepower Air conditioning.

Guest Head / Shower

  • Fresh water electric head.
  • Solid surface vanity with stainless steel sink and storage below.
  • Dual knob controlled faucet with pull out shower hose and head.
  • Mirror.
  • Water maker control panel.

Port & Starboard Hulls / Forward Cabins

  • Storage access locker forward of berth with cherry door and trim.
  • Single berth with custom foam mattress and storage under.
  • Full length cherry book shelf.
  • Opening overhead hatch.
  • Halogen reading light.

Electronics and Navigation Equipment

  • Icom RAM microphone.
  • Tank Tender tank monitor.
  • Sony CDXF7705X Stereo
  • Icom 602 DSC VHF radio with external speaker.
  • Garmin autopilot controller.
  • Garmin Multi readout mounted overhead.
  • Garmin 7010 plotter.
  • Garmin RADAR.
  • Engine control panels with alarms.

Electrical System

  • Mase IS4.0 2.9 continuous diesel generator (mounted in forward deck locker in sound box - currently inoperable).
  • (4) 120 Watt solar panels mounted on hardtop.
  • Mastervolt 2000 watt inverter with remote panel, battery monitor and automatic transfer switch  (control located in master stateroom).
  • Mastervolt 50 amp battery charger.
  • (2) 30 Amp 120VAC inlets.
  • (2) 30 Amp power cables.
  • (4) AGM 8D batteries.
  • (3) Gel cell 4D house batteries
  • (2) Gel cell engine start batteries.
  • (1) Generator start battery.
  • (2) 60 Amp alternators.
  • (1) Shore to generator transfer switch located in master stateroom.
  • (1) 12VDC electrical panel with 1 master breaker and 16 branch breakers and 5 open spaces (located in master stateroom).
  • (1) 12VDC panel with 12 branch breakers located in the galley.
  • 12VDC outlets throughout vessel with GFCI in appropriate places.
  • Battery monitor.
  • (3) Master battery switches (located in master stateroom).

Plumbing

  • Pressure water system.
  • (2) Water heaters from 120Vac and engine (2020).
  • (2) 60 Gallon plastic water tanks in forward lockers.
  • Cockpit hot and cold shower.
  • (2) 20 gallon holding tanks with pump out systems.
  • (2) Jabsco macerator shower pumps.
  • Spectra watermaker (pickled).

Bridgedeck Features

Cockpit has a large table forward with bench seats on each side. All sail control lines, stoppers and winches are led to the cabin top to port and starboard of the table. The helm station is a center console in the center of the cockpit. This location offers 360% visibility, a view of each corner of the boat and easy access to the sail control lines. There is a double helm seat and two upholstered jump seats to each side. The aft section of the cockpit has (2) L-shaped settees. The entire cockpit is covered by a fiberglass roof with integral handrails, sliding hatches and ventilation hatches. Decks are a gray diamond pattern non-skid for effective footing.

  • Full Polycarbonate & Strataglass Enclosure (2020).
  • Full Screen Enclosure.
  • Cockpit hot and cold shower.
  • Line lockers keep running rigging safely stowed.
  • Sliding acrylic doors into the hulls.
  • (7) Overhead lights in cockpit.
  • 12VDC outlet.
  • 120VAC outlet.

Sails and Rigging

  • Natural anodized Selden mast and boom with Antal main sail track system.
  • Selden natural anodized cross beam.
  • Retractable bowsprit for screecher and spinnaker.
  • Double diamond rigged mast with swept back spreaders and cap shrouds.
  • Main sheet traveler system across rear bridge deck.
  • Multi purchase rig tensioners.
  • Schaffer roller furling system.              
  • All standing rigging is stainless steel with swaged fittings (2016).
  • Self tacking jib on traveler.
  • Main halyard and reef lines are led to electric winch in cockpit.
  • Main sheet winch: Lewmar 50 2 speed AST electric, aft in cockpit.
  • Genoa halyard winch: Lewmar 40 2 speed AST.
  • (6) Line stoppers.
  • Rigid boom vang.
  • Mast head mounted Windex.
  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker in ATN sleeve.
  • Full batten main with two reefs (2016).
  • Stack Pac sail system (2020).
  • Roller furling Screecher
  • 100 %Roller furling & self tacking jib.
  • Winch handles.

Deck & Safety Equipment

  • Double stainless steel lifelines with gates port and starboard.
  • Transom steps for easy boarding from water or dinghy.
  • Fiberglass hard top with ample hand rails.
  • Full roll up enclosure (2020).
  • (3) Aluminum deck cleats along each side.
  • Lewmar electric anchor windlass with controls at helm and at foredeck.
  • 55 Lb Rocna anchor chain rode and bridle.
  • 22 LB Rocna secondary anchor.
  • Danforth stern anchor.
  • Running lights.
  • Fore deck and steaming light.
  • Bow seats integrated into bow railings.
  • Offshore trampolines (2020).
  • Dinghy chocks on stern.
  • Carbon stinger in boom end for raising and lowering dinghy.
  • Carbon Offshore Cruising Tender.
  • Torqeedo dinghy engine (2021).
  • (2) Emergency manual bilge pumps.
  • (4) Electric automatic bilge pumps.
  • kayak.
  • 2 inflatable paddle boards.
  • Shoreline tether reel with 330' Dyneema.

Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details

  • (2) 29HP Yanmar marine diesel engines with Yanmar sail drives) 2000 and 2500 engine hours.  Engines, drives, and seals serviced 2020.
  • Volvo (2) blade folding propellers.
  • Racor fuel filters.
  • Single lever Morse engine controls.
  • Edson cable steering system with leather wrapped wheel.
  • Seawater strainers.
  • (2) Wallas 40d forced air diesel heaters
  • Full engine control panels with alarms.
  • Salt water wash down system with Y valve for fresh water.

Exclusions

Personal Items.

Disclaimer
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.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile
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