41' 1984 Bristol 41.1 Centre Cockpit***SOLD***
|Model:||41.1 Centre Cockpit***SOLD***|
***REDUCED BY $25,000 *** THIS VESSEL MUST BE SOLD!
The Bristol 41.1 is a high performance cruiser with distinctive classical styling from the board of famous naval architect Ted Hood. Launched in early 1981 by Bristol Yachts, the boat was built by some of New England’s finest craftsmen. With that kind of pedigree there is no surprise that among cruisers she has excellent reputation as a blue water boat. One and a half times around the world – now it is your turn!
In total, 118 Bristol 41s were built in the 1980s and early 1990s. She is a typical East Coast, heavy (26,500 lbs) “racing/cruiser”. Calabar is a centre cockpit, centre-boarder, now converted to slab reefing. The centreboard gets you into spots no other 41 footer could reach.
This vessel has been upgraded for serious offshore cruising and re-engined (BRAND NEW) her in St. Lucia, with a 50HP Yanmar 4JH5E engine , driving a 19″ Maxprop. Clean bottom, smooth water cruising at 6.5 knots at 3000rpm. The original instrumentation has been upgraded to include an Autohelm 6000, and a complete suite of ST60 instruments.
Sea proven and ready to go again. Here is your dream. Registered in Canada.
THE OWNER IS OFFERING A $1000 FLIGHT RE-REIMBURSEMENT CONDITIONAL ON A SALE! INQUIRE FOR MORE DETAILS! That is how sure we are you will love this vessel!
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 41′ 2″
LWL: 33′ 4″
Beam: 12′ 11″
Draft Std: 4′ 6″
Draft Shoal: 10′ 0″
Displacement: 26,530 lbs
Ballast: 10,500 lbs
Sail Area: 830 sqft
Bridge Clearance: 59′Designer: Ted Hood
Year Introduced: 1981
Year Ended: 1994
Builder: Bristol Yachts (Bristol, Rhode Island, USA)
BRAND NEW: 50HP Yanmar 4JH5E engine , driving a 19″ Maxprop. Clean bottom, smooth water cruising at 6.5 knots at 3000rpm.
Updated for serious offshore passage making! Go around again!
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