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Southern Coast, Puerto Rico
The Sparkman & Stephens-designed Tartan 41 has long been recognized as a capable boat, strongly built with attractive lines, suitable for offshore cruising or racingbut equally happy as a recreational coastal cruiser . CHOUETTE, at 39 years young, is in remarkably good condition, other than some deck coring which is wet in places. CHOUETTE features much fine custom mahogany cabinetry below and has received a number of systems upgrades including engine, transmission, electronics, sails, and rod rigging. The current owner estimates that over $200,000 has been spent on upgrades and new equipment since 2006.
CHOUETTE's owner owner finds her to be too small for his family's needs and has decided to sell her and purchase a larger boat. He would consider an even trade or a trade plus cash of a catamaran or larger monohull. CHOUETTE is located on the south shore of Puerto Rico.
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Please contact John L. Procter, CPYB at 781-749-1645
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 41 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 3 in
LWL: 32 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Displacement: 17850 lbs
Ballast: 9200 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 0 in
Forward cabin features a V berth with filler with newer upholstery. Custom mahogany lockers port and starboard along underside of headliner. Drawers and lockers below. Aft of the V berth in the forward cabin is drawer storage, both port and starboard. Next aft to port is an enclosed head with custom mahogany cabinetry, marine toilet, vanity, and shower with hot and cold pressurized water. Opposite the head to starboard is a large hanging locker and additional storage.
The main cabin features a U-shaped settee to port and a custom pull-out settee to starboard. Pilot berths outboard of both settees. Settees and berths are covered with newer upholstery. To port is a pedestal-mounted dropleaf table.
Next aft to port is the galley. Opposite to starboard is the navigator's table. Further aft under the cockpit are single quarterberths, both port and starboard. Under the quarterberths is drawer storage. Additional custom mahogany drawer storage for tools between quarterberths aft of engine.
Interior features extensive custom mahogany cabinetry throughout and a custom padded removable headliner. Interior fabric was made by S&S Fabrics of Newport, RI.
L-shaped galley features stainless steel counter, Hillerange three-burner CNG stove with oven (with two CNG tanks), engine-driven Seafrost refrigeration, double stainless steel sink, hot and cold pressurized water, custom drawer storage above and outboard of galley. In addition to faucets at galley sink, there are both manual foot and hand pumps, also a second faucet with filter attached.
Electronics and Navigation
Furuno 1832 36 mile radar with display at nav station with repeater display in cockpit, Furuno GP32 GPS (2010), Furuno 1501 marine SSB HF transceiver, Icom IC-M56 VHF transceiver, Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF transceiver, Raymarine X-10 autopilot (2011), Ockam racing instruments, Ritchie pedestal-mounted compass. Ritchie compasses port and starboard in cockpit. Ritchie telltale compass at nav station. Questus hydraulically-dampened, self-levelling backstay-mounted radar mount.
12 volt DC system with four Group 31 marine batteries (2011) and battery selector switch. 110 volt AC system with 50' shore power cord. Distribution panel with circuit breakers. Prosine 2.0 2000 watt inverter.
Engine and Mechanical
Westerbeke 44A four cylinder fresh-water-cooled 40 horsepower diesel with approximately 1,000 hours, reportedly installed 2006/2007. Engine in custom wood enclosure with acoustical insulation. Transmission replaced in last few years. Racor fuel filter/water separator. Raw water strainer. Dripless shaft seal. Max Prop feathering two-blade propeller. Westerbeke spare parts kit. Spare exhaust elbow. Spare 90 amp/hr alternator.
Hull and Deck
Hull Awlgripped blue. Pedestal wheel steering with 36" oversized Edson wheel wrapped with leather. Simpson-Lawrence electric anchor windlass (up and down) with rope-to-chain capability. Three oversized chromed dorade vents. Two overhead hatches. Two opening ports in cockpit footwell providing ventilation for quarterberth area. Two deck prisms. Multiple 316 stainless steel railings and handholds on deck. Updated deck hardware. Note: Decks have some areas with delaminated core.
Sails and Rigging
Custom rod rigging, reportedly installed in 2006. Navtec hydraulic system for back stay, baby stay, and boom vang. Mast, boom, and spinnaker pole have had hardware updated and have been Awlgripped. Spinnaker pole mounted on deck. Hood roller-furling system for genoa. Spinnaker halyard and second genoa halyard. Stainless steel shroud rollers.
Antal full-battened mainsail track slider system on mast. Sail inventory consists of Doyle laminated mainsail (newer with light use) with two sets of reef points, Doyle 140% roller-furling genoa (new, never used), Doyle 140% genoa (tired but serviceable), Doyle Kevlar 140% racing genoa (newer with light use), #3 storm jib with battens (excellent), Doyle 0.75 oz. symmetrical spinnaker with sock (newer with light use), Doyle 1.5 oz. symmetrical spinnaker (excellent), 0.5 oz. symmetrical spinnaker (fairly good).
There are a total of 14 winches including: two Anderson #58 electric self-tailing multi-speed primary sheet winches, two Anderson #46 two-speed self-tailing secondary sheet winches, two Barient #28 two-speed main sheet winches, two Telo #220 self-tailing main sheet traveller winches, two Barient #26 stainless steel genoa/spinnaker halyard winches, one Barient #23 self-tailing main halyard winch, three Barient #22 stainless steel outhaul/reefing/spinnaker halyard winches.
Cockpit dodger with front and side windows, cockpit awning, white cockpit cushions, Kenwood AM/FM/CD player with two speakers in main cabin and two speakers in cockpit, PUR Power Survivor 35 water maker, lee clothes for quarterberths and pilot berths, galley strap, Suncor 35 lb. stainless steel Bruce-style anchor with chain and nylon rode, Danforth 35 lb. anchor that stores in custom anchor locker in foredeck, second anchor rode with chain, three locking ratcheting winch handles, four fenders, four docklines, mainsail cover, horseshoe buoy attached to man-overboard pole that stores in custom stern tube compartment, stainless steel emergency tiller, boat hook, and miscellaneous spares.
CHOUETTE left for the Caribbean in November, 2011 and is currently cruising the British Virgin Islands. Owner estimates that the previous owner has spent more than $200,000 on equipment and upgrades on this boat since 2006. CHOUETTE was stored out of the water from 2007-2010. There are areas of CHOUETTE's decks where the balsa coring has absorbed water, causing delamination from the fiberglass decking. This condition has not interfered with the current owner's usage of the boat nor would it affect any of his future plans for use.
The following items are excluded from the sale of this yacht but are available at addional cost: Fleming 50 self-steering vane (currrently attached to Yacht), two one amp/hour solar panels with mounts and regulators, GaleRider emergency drogue, Avon six-person Offshore life raft (inspection/certification completed 10/2010), Qualcomm Globalstar (desktop) satellite telephone, cockpit weather cloths, offshore flare kit, ditch bag, offshore first aid kit, 10' Avon inflatable dinghy with 15 hp Evinrude outboard motor and fuel tank.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-372-9451Tel: 781-749-1645