Lake Worth, FL
|Location:||Lake Worth, FL|
For the yachtsman who admires traditional lines, high end construction and overall “ heading turning “ appeal, this is your vessel !
From the board of the renown Bill Tripp Jr, these boats, like another well known 40 footer, were the cream of the crop in their day.
This example has been maintained to an exceedingly high level, with the list of upgrades and constant care taking pages to describe.
With only approx 2950 hrs on her engine, new rig, fully functional equipment and an interior that literally shines from both cleanliness and varnish, she is ready to put to sea from her Palm Beach Fl location.
A very strong, comfortable seagoing platform, she will be noticed wherever she sails, and most importantly, will bring you home safe from any destination.
|Water Tank Capacity:||40 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||47 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||30 Gallons|
|Number of Engines:||1|
The hull is an overbuild of hand layup construction. The materials used are ISO gelcoat, vinyl ester and general purpose resin and a combination of 1 ½ oz. mat, 18 oz. and 24 oz. bi-ax fiberglass with a CORECELL core. The hand laid one--piece hull is built with a 6” hull flange. There is extra laminate in all areas of stress concentration. The centerboard trunk is laminated within the hull structure. The centerline, ballast, and sump areas are in excess of one inch solid glass. Interior of hull is gel coated. A dark blue color boot--top is molded in the hull.
A one-piece hand laminated structure consisting of 1 ½ oz. mat, 18 oz. bi-- axial, and 24 oz. directional fiberglass cored with ¾ “ end grain balsa. The deck is permanently bonded to the hull by 3M™ 5200 on the 6” flange and bolted every 6” by ¼ “ x 20 stainless steel bolts. Stanchion bases and genoa tracks are fastened through the deck and hull flange. Gel coat is molded into the non--skid areas.
Molded fiberglass with a solid density polyester compound. The rudder stock is 1 ½ “ stainless steel and fully webbed inside the rudder. Rudder attachment to the hull is by a cast bronze rudder shoe, a stuffing box at the hull and a bearing at the cockpit sole.
A molded fiberglass NACA section foil of mat, bi--axial and directional glass. The centerboard pin is 1 ½ “ stainless steel. Centerboard pennant leads aft to self--tailing winch on cabin top at cockpit.