1972 CT 41′

SOLD!

Asking $45000

1972 CT Ketch 41′

Asking 45,000 Sale Pending

This boat was purchased in 2011 and a complete restoration was conducted . She has most of the character of an original Formosa but a few changes in design have been made. In helping to lighten the boat we went with spectra / Dyneema rigging with colligo hardware.
The entire inside of the boat was removed when we bought the boat, so this gave us a blank canvas to work with, and as you can see we changed up a few of the original designs. Our goal was to incorporate as much storage as possible . All electrical is new and all of the equipment is new inside and out. Nothing came with the boat except a brand new Beta marine engine and generator. We built everything out of teak and sapele with cedar lining in drawers and cabinets.
The engine and generator area has been sound proofed with a fire proof sound mat. We also added fan blowers for the engine area and large DC computer fans mounted throughout the bilge from front to back. This air flow keeps the hull dry with no mold to worry about. Uses virtually no power less than 1 amp. I hope you look at the photos and videos. And follow the tabs above on this site to check out the progress of the boat.

Specs Builder: Ta Chiao Year: 1972 Designer: William Garden Fiberglass

2016 Above waterline painted

2016  below water line copper/epoxy 9 layers

2017 put 2 layers biocide paint over copper ( this was done due to buyer interest not understanding a copper bottom)

Full Dimensions

LOA: 41 Beam: 12 ft 6 in

LWL: 32 ft

Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in

Displacement: 28000 lbs

Ballast: 9000 lbs

Headroom: 6 ft 10 in

Engine Total Power: 43 HP

151 hrs

Engine Brand: Beta Marine

Engine Type: Inboard Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Generator Kubota

TanksFresh Water Tanks: Bladder (50 Gallons)

Fuel Tanks: Steel (100 Gallons)

Holding Tank: 2 (20 gallons)

Accommodations Number of single berths: 2 in Salon

Number of double berths: 1 The Master

Number of heads: 1 Electrical

Equipment Shore power inlet 30 amp

Electrical Circuit- 110V

Microwave- new 2016

Inverter- Victron multiplus 3000

simrad nss9

With G4 radar

simrad rc 42 compass

simrad rs35 vhf stand alone with handheld

intercom

maretron weather head ws0100

maretron dsm150 2sonic tank sensors

fusion radio w/ SiriusXM

Windlass – Electric & or Manual

Batteries – 4 gel cell & 1 starter battery AGM,1 windless battery AGM.

Sails All sails have age will need replacement in a season or two. Mainsail – fair- good (Stack pack Good cond.) Mizzen Sail – fair- good Inner staysail- fair- good Inner foresail- fair -good

Boom Gallows for Main Sail

Electronics all new added 2014/2016

Electronics Mounted in Nav pod system pod 20″/10″ Compass – Pedestal GPS – Simrad w/ NMEA 2000 new 2015 VHF- Simrad hs35 handheld and hs35 vhf w/ AIS and NMEA 2000 connectivity Fish Finder – Depth Sounder – Simrad Radar- Simrad NSS9 Chart plotter Simrad

Winches- Lewmar self tailing Standing- all new added 2015 Dyneema with Colligo Hardware Lifelines- New 2014 Inside Equipment Blue sea systems electrical pane

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