Builder: Acapulco Yachts, San Diego, California
Designer: Ted Carpentier
LOA: 39 ft 8 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
LWL: 30 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 8 in
Displacement: 22500 lbs
Max Bridge Clearance: Approx. 56'
Fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) hull (laid 1978) with integral keel, FRP cabin and cabin roof. Self-bailing FRP cockpit with wheel/cable steering. 6,250 lb. interior lead ballast. White hull with blue bottom and white and blue decks. Note: Upgrading since 2007 includes brightwork, new ports, rebuilt mast and boom.
2006 50-hp Yanmar 4JH4E 4-cyl. FWC diesel engine with KM35A reduction gear, engine-hour meter (340.5 hr. as of June 2010). Engine reported to be in very good condition. 3-blade bronze propeller on stainless steel shaft, spare 2-blade bronze prop. Cruising speed 7 kn., 10 kn. max.
120 gal. fuel in aluminum, 200 gal. water in aluminum, 26.5-gal Vetus-3-layer flexible holding tank.
Sleeps 6 in 2 double and 2 single berths. Single head with shower. The galley is equipped with a double stainless sink with pressure water, 6-gal. water heater (electric or from engine), 3-burner gimbaled Optimus Princess propane stove with oven, and Adler Barbour cold machine icebox with 5" foam insulation. Eberspacher kerosene cabin heater. Folding dining table with wine storage. The interior is finished in teak and teak veneer with a teak and holly cabin sole. Ventilation is provided by 3 hatches/slides, 8 opening ports, and 2 ventilators (there are screens).
Sails & Rigging
Cutter rig with deck-stepped hollow aluminum spars (mast height approx. 56' from waterline) with cr-plate bronze turnbuckles, Norseman terminals, Dacron sheets and halyards, spinnaker/whisker pole. Winches (all Lewmar): Halyard--2-speed #30 main, #30 genoa, and 2-speed #16 staysail; Sheet--20-speed #40 main, 2-speed #48 genoa, and 2-speed #40ST secondaries. 1992 Harken mainsail traveler with 6:1 purchase. 2010 Garhauer stainless steel mainsail blocks. Walden boom brake and mast pulpits to facilitate sail tending in rough waters. Sail Inventory: Main (full battens, 2 reef points), 90% genoa, 130% genoa, staysail, medium-weight cruising spinnaker (all Dacron, all original sails).
60-lb. CQR and 20-lb. Danforth anchors, 2-channel stainless bow roller, 100' anchor chain, various chain and nylon rodes, snubber, Lighthouse 1501 electric/manual anchor windlass, 3/4"-x-15' nylon/polyester mooring pendant.
Electronics & Navigation
Ritchie Globemaster compass in Nightlight binnacle, Autohelm compass, Icom ICOM302 VHF radiotelephone/single-sideband CB radio, handheld Ray100 VHF, Raymarine 2kW radar with C70 display, Robertson AP200 sail autopilot, Monitor Windvane self-steering gear, Raystar GPS/apparent wind/speed/depth sounder/masthead wind, Kestrel wind speed meter, Fujinon 7-x-50 marine binoculars with compass, Maptech charts New York to Canada.
One of the Acapulco 40s--known for their rugged construction and comfortable accommodations for their length--JANINE has been cruised from California through the Panama Canal to the Gulf Coast and then on to Maine. She is now being offered sale by owners who have upgraded her including installing a new Yanmar diesel in 2006. We believe JANINE can be well recommended for one desiring a solid, proven cruising boat and shall be pleased to arrange inspections.
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.