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|Hull Shape||Modified Vee|
|Offered By||Corinthian Yacht & Ship Brokers|
A VERY VERY RARE OFFERING!
ONLY ONE OWNER SINCE NEW!
The 40 Silverton is a Two Stateroom layout.
The Forward Stateroom features a generous offset double berth that comfortably sleeps two persons.
Directly aft on the portside is the enclosed Bathroom area with a separate stall shower.
Opposite on the starboard side is a hanging locker and vanity area with dresser drawers followed by the Secondary Stateroom featuring upper/lower bunks for two persons.
The Main Salon features the Galley on the portside with a convertible Dinette opposite on the starboard side.
Note that there is no lower helm station!
The aft Cockpit area is generous for fishing and/or just sitting and relaxing with a cockpit canvas shade and canvas berthing covers
The Flybridge has a bimini top, fully enclosed with isinglass panels for a safe and comfortable upper helm station.
Canvas covers for all windows!
Anchor Pulpit: In January/February 2022 the anchor pulpit was rebuilt and a stainless steel inset was added at a rebuild cost of over $2,000.
Bow: Replaced docking flood light w/ special super-bright LED
Engine Compartment: The boat has a specially installed engine operated emergency bilge pumping set-up which in case of an emergency can pump water from the bilge with the 2” hose from each engine.I'm told that this is the same type of system that is used on most larger yachts. This setup can also serve as a convenient sea water source for bilge cleaning.
Engine Compartment: All 5ea 12v batteries were replaced in January 2022 A main and backup battery for each engine is located of the engine compartment and the generator starting battery is located at the aft of each engine compartment and the generator starting battery is located in the cockpit aft of the generator.
Engine Compartment: Normal engine compartment lights converted to LEDs
Engine Compartment: Galvanic Isolators were installed for each engine.
Engine Compartment: Special bright LED engine lights are provided for each engine to facilitate engine maintenance.
Engine Compartment; The factory installed fiberglass floor was replaced with anodized diamond pattern aluminum.
Engine Compartment: A second additional automatic aft large bilge pump has been installed with a turn-on switch added by the pump for convenient use when the bilge is cleaned.
Engine Compartment: A custom main engines fresh water flushing system was installed so both engines can be flushed with fresh water to remove residual salt water from engine cooling system when they have been used. Doing so significantly improves the performance and life of the engines. The engines on the Centerfold have therefore been routinely flushed with fresh water following every time they were used.
Engine Compartment: A spare anchor and anchor line with chain section is stored in the forward end of the massive engine compartment.
Forward Bilge Area: A special bilge pump added in forward area because the factory installed bilge pump leaves too much water in that area. This additional pump does a more effective job of draining bilge water from that section of the hull.
Salon: Helm seats stainless steel backing plates installed in salon. (Only through bolts were originally provided buy the manufacturer.)
Salon: Updated Stereo/ FM/CD player recently installed
Salon: Sirius satellite Radio (monthly service required)
Salon: A back-up ship to shore Ship to Shore Transceiver was added in the Salon area to monitor the weather channel or Coast Guard or ship to shore message
Salon: Smart TV installed for internet access via cell phone Hot Spot
Salon: Brass table/floor lamp in main cabin
Salon: Salon louvered access door to cabin clothes closet added
Salon: New brown Formica top was added in salon and dinette Areas
Salon: A new sofa was installed.
Salon: Fabric on the chairs was replaced with custom fabric to match the decor.
Salon: Interior Courtesy Lights converted to LED
Salon: Interior Indirect LED ceiling lights installed
Salon: An additional gas sniffler was installed in generator compartment The factory supplied gas sniffler was located only in the main engine compartment so an additional was added in the gasoline operated generator compartment.
Salon: A special switch added to Spreader (cockpit) lights so they can be more conveniently turned on or off either at the flybridge Helm station or in the Salon. I’ve also added a remote control for newly added LED spreader Lights so they can be lit from the dock as you approach or leave the boat in the evening.
Cabin #2: An additional 2-door small storage area added in small cabin below bottom birth
Cockpit: The mechanical fuel pump for the Kohler model 7.5 generator was very recently replaced with an electric fuel pump
Cockpit: A new fresh water pump and anti-flowback valve was installed
July 2022 with the water tanks and lines routinely flushed with a half gallon of bleach in each tank (This water tank cleaning as routinely been done about every 6 months or so.)
Cockpit: A main galvanic isolator has been installed on the main 110 v dock input line and the original fuse has been replaced with a circuit breaker.
Cockpit: A custom generator fresh water flushing system has also been installed for the generator so after it has been run residual salt water in the heat exchanger can be flushed with fresh water
Cockpit: A drain valve was installed for the main water tanks to flush tanks for normal maintenance so it isn’t necessary to remove a hose. Water run-off from the water tanks is simply pumped overboard by the aft bilge pump.
Cockpit; Indirect courtesy LED courtesy lighting recently installed
Flybridge: The forward center section security stainless hand rail for some unknown reason was not included on 1986 Silverton. Important safety feature I had a matching stainless steel center section security railing specially fabricated and installed.
Flybridge: A special zipper panel was added in rear Bimini top for radar arch and bird string access. It’s also a convenient way to ventilate the fly bridge area while at the slip when the weather is warm.
Flybridge: Mylar strings on the Bimini top were specially designed and installed to discourage birds
Flybridge: Last year the helm captain and guest seats were replaced.
Flybridge: The helm capt and guest seat aluminum column supports were removed and powder coated in black to match the design of the boat.
Flybridge: The fly bridge courtesy Lights were converted to indirect LED lights
Flybridge/Helm: The helm fuse panel originally located inside the helm was relocated from inside helm to helm cabinet shelving inside the slide up door.
Flybridge/Helm: Redesigned the helm kick panel access so original 10 access screws were replaced with a click, lift, and remove for more convenient access. (Originally all of the helm electronics fuses were located inside that access panel and I could imagine trying to remove all of the screws to replace the radar, GPS, or other fuse in a rough sea. Now access is achieved through a simple remove panel mount screws, lift and pull.
Helm: Rudder Position Indicator added.
Helm: *A 24 mile large display Raymarine Radar C-Series with GPS was installed a few years ago. It has a special feature that makes it possible to overlay radar information with GPS mapping information so you not only know what’s out there, but where you are in relation to the radar blips.
*ComNav 120 Autopilot
*New Furuno Fish Finder FCV-628 w/GPS installed in February 2022
*Garman 3006 CGPS with Marine Weather Satellite
*Flo-scan Fuel Flow Indicators installed for each engine
*Ship to Shore Transceiver recently Icom Maine IC M24-G w/GPS
Helm: Dual panel lights installed that are switchable low light vs normal light.
Galley: Switchable LED Counter Lighting added in Kitchen Area
Galley: Microwave installed inside cabinet
Stern: An aft auxiliary boarding ladder was purchased because while there is a boarding ladder mounted to the stern, that latter doesn’t go
very deep into the water making it very difficult for some to use. A secondary boarding ladder which hangs far below the original boarding ladder was purchased and is stored in the forward storage area of the Fly Bridge. Simply hook it onto the existing boarding ladder when needed.
Stern: A bait pump and removable hanging bait bag were added to the stern. The bait bag is stored in the spacious engine compartment.
Corinthian Yacht & Ship Brokers 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.
|Engine Model||7.4 Litre|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Engine Model||7.4 Litre|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Length at Waterline||37.5ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||150 gal (Plastic)|
|Fuel Tank||310 gal (Aluminum)|
|Holding Tank||20 gal (Plastic)|