If you are looking for a legendary, strong and versatile, Bluewater, High Performance Cruiser specifically designed for a large family; take a look at this Bristol 41.1. Not familiar with the Bristol 41.1? They were designed by the famous Naval Architect Ted Hood who designed and built just over 100 of them between 1980 and 1984 in New England. They are an exceptionally strong cruiser that has a reputation for excellent sailing characteristics. Sea Turtle will sleep seven, two in the aft Master’s cabin with ensuite head, three in the forward stateroom bunks with access to the forward head, and two in the dinette with separate access to the forward head. Her spacious Center Cockpit provides excellent visibility while affording protection from the weather and spray. With her Centerboard Keel, Sea Turtle will allow you to take advantage of shallow passages and anchorages that other yachts her size cannot and, with the Centerboard down, she will point exceptionally well to weather while under sail. Sea Turtles current owner has maintained her very well for 16 years. Just take a look at her exterior and interior pictures.
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Zusatzinformationen, Zubehör und Ausstattung:
Name des Schiffes
Werft: Bristol Yachts
Designer: Ted Hood
Flagge: United States
Länge über alles: 41 ft 1 in
Breite: 12 ft 11 in
L.W.L.: 33 ft 4 in
Tiefgang min.: 5 ft 0 in
Tiefgang max.: 10 ft 0 in
Verdrängung: 26530 lbs
Ballast: 10500 lbs
Brückenhöhe: 63 ft 0 in
Gesamtleistung: 58 HP
Marke des Motors: Westerbeke
Motor Typ: Innenbordmotor
Motorleistung: 58 HP
Originally fitted with one holding tank, the current owner added a second holding tank
Awlgrip replaced in 2005
Both AC units replaced with Cruisairs by Flagship Marine, Tampa in 2001
Electrical - Batteries
The House Battery, comprised of six 6 Volt Batteries, is charged by two engine-mounted alternators. The House Batteries are charged by two engine-mounted alternators or the inverter/charger.
The engine hour meter failed and was replaced. The current meter shows 491 hours. The owner estimates the total engine hours to be approximately 4500.
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.