Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (120 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
With the Bristol 41.1 Aft Cockpit, you have the traditional good looks of an aft cockpit yacht as well as two separate sleeping cabins with doubles and two heads with showers. The hull is solid fiberglass. The joinery is custom quality. The entire interior is teak and the cabin sole is inch thick teak and holly.
Starting forward is a large V-berth, with great storage for towels, sheets and hanging clothes. It has a private entrance to the forward head/shower.
The main salon is much larger and more open than the Center Cockpit version of the 41.1 and lends itself to entertaining with plenty of walking and sitting room, as well as storage under and behind the settees and in several drawer/locker cabinet units. It features an off-center-line double leaf teak table, "L" shaped port settee and bench style starboard settee. Both settees easily convert to double berths.
The galley features plenty of storage for pots and pans and readily accessible shelves for spices, etc. The three-burner propane stove/oven permits gourmet meal preparation. Refrigeration is Seafrost engine driven and 110V. There are two, deep stainless steel sinks, with both pressure and manual water pumps.
The sit-down Nav station has good chart storage, plenty of desktop working area, and a VHF radio as well as AM/FM radio with CD changer. The breaker panels are also located here. The main nav instruments, including 2 chart plotters with radar, are located in the cockpit where they are most useful to the helmsman and crew.
The aft cabin is to port, with a double berth, clothes drawers and a hanging locker. It has a private entrance to the aft shower/head.
This is not just another pretty face at the boat show, but a true blue water yacht, designed by one of the premier designers. It has the storage and tankage for extended cruising and the smooth motion for which the Hood yachts are famous. The handling is forgiving and the performance is outstanding for a cruising boat. With their centerboards, Bristols are especially suited for the shallow waters of Florida, the Bahamas, or the Chesapeake.
Deep, double stainless steel sinks
Atlantic Marine hot water heater (110V element not working, works fine off engine heat exchanger)
Seafrost engine driven refrigeration along with 110V Seafrost shore assist system
Kenyon 3 burner gimbaled stove with oven
The boat's energy system includes a digital amp/volt/amp hour meter, a high output alternator, and isolators for each of the three 4D gel batteries (two house, one engine). It has separate battery switches for the house batteries and the starting battery. All batteries are protected with BlueSea fuses located at the battery posts to comply with the latest ABYC guidelines.
Heart Link 20 Amp/Volt/Amp-Hour meter
Xantrex solid state smart charge shore power battery charger
2006 Raymarine instruments, mounted on companionway hood-Wind speed, Wind direction, Log/knot meter, and depth sounder.
Ritchie 6" pedestal mounted compass with polished SS hood.
Windex copper grounding plane and insulated backstay; ready for SSB installation
Raymarine C120 color chartplotter interfaced with Raymarine mast mounted radar
Garmin GPS Chartplotter 2010 to backup/augment the Raymarine unit
West Marine VHF 600 DSC with new mast mounted antenna
Pioneer stereo with CD changer and salon and cockpit speakers.
Sails & Rigging
Hood roller furling mast (originally a $20k option!). In January 2014, the rig was unstepped, stripped down, primed, and repainted with Awlgrip Matterhorn white. All fasteners were bedded with Tef-gel. All of the chainplates as well as the mast step were replaced with new. The mast top roller bearings were renewed. All standing and running rigging was examined and replaced as necessary. The mast partners were sealed with Spartite.
With the Hood mast and the Furlex 3000 roller furling system (installed 2006) on the headstay, the vessel has been optimized for cruising. The sail inventory includes 2 mainsails, a 135% genoa and a 100% jib, and a cruising spinnaker with sock.
Primary winches are oversized self-tailing Lewmar 55s.
The main traveler is mid-boom, located over the companionway, and is polished stainless.
Deck & Hull
The hull and deck are hand laid solid fiberglass. The deck is balsa cored for additional strength and stiffening. The keel configuration is a long keel with interior centerboard. The three bladed-fixed prop is protected in an aperture. The rudder is a balanced semi-skeg.
Optional features include extra height teak toe rails and a teak rub-rail with polished stainless steel striker. The stemhead fittings and all chocks are custom castings and highly polished. There are two teak dorade boxes with polished stainless steel dorades and polished stainless steel guards.
Lifelines are double and have opening gates both port and starboard.
Whether cruising on a beam reach or sailing close hauled, the large cockpit offers safety, comfort and protection from the elements. High coamings make for a nice deep cockpit with comfortable backrest (unlike the Center Cockpit version, which has short backrests). The flat, teak capped, wide coaming tops offer extra seating and sure footing. Traveling fore and aft is safe and easy with the wide side decks, high bulwarks, tall stanchions and coach roof mounted handrails. The flat, open bow offers generous room for deploying the anchor, sun bathing or changing the sails. The bimini has screens and is tall enough to permit easy standing as well as ingress/egress for the cockpit.
Ideal electric windlass with deck controls.
Bruce anchor with 200' of chain
CQR anchor with 100' of chain and 100' of rode
Deck wash down system at bow
Folding teak cockpit table
Stern boarding ladder
1999 epoxy barrier coat
Interlux ablative bottom paint in Feb. 2014
Westerbeke W52 recently serviced including new raw water pump.
Groco engine oil change pump.
(3) 4D gel batteries, two house and one engine, new 2011
Tank Tender for fuel and water tanks
Electric bilge pump
50 foot 30 amp shore connection cord
Macerator for offshore pump-out of holding 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.
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