Singularity | Cheoy Lee 41' 1982

Annapolis, MD
$74,900


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Marty Loftus

Throughout his career Marty has concentrated on asset finance and building structured financial products custom designed for each client.  His career has provided him with a financial service education from Wall Street firms both large and small in locations from New York to Bermuda and Miami.

Marty has extensive blue water sailing experience including several Marion Bermuda and Newport Bermuda races as Captain on his own vessel.  In addition, Marty has delivered or helped to deliver yachts up and down the eastern seaboard and across the Atlantic.  A licensed USCG Near Coastal Master he has accompanied new owners remembering their young days as dinghy sailors as well as experienced sailors getting accustomed to another ten feet of boat.

Marty is now joining David Walter Yachts and combining a deep knowledge of financial expertise with his many years of blue water under the keel to help clients new and old to boating find the next perfect yacht.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Singularity
Builder: Cheoy Lee
Model: Pedrick 41
Year: 1982
Location: Annapolis, MD
Asking Price: $74,900
Designer: David Pedrick
Hull Material: Fiberglass
 

A Perfect Cruiser for Weekends in the Bay or Offshore to the Islands

Singularity is a gracious and beautiful example of a David Pedrick design built to Lloyds specifications that has been updated and carefully maintained though her entire life. She has cruised mostly in the Chesapeake and having berthed well up the Severn River has experienced a near freshwater environment. The centerboard configuration allows her to gunkhole in the smallest of rivers and with the centerboard down she tracks well and fast on a transit to the Islands.

Dimensions

Length: 41'
Beam: 12' 8"
Draft: 4' 4"
Water Tank Capacity: 125 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 75 Gallons
Holding Tank Capacity: 15 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Universal
Engine Model: M 40
Power: 44 HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1600 Hours

Accommodations

Singularity has a three-compartment configuration. At the base of the companionway to starboard is the master's cabin with a double berth, hanging cedar lined locker and drawers. Just ahead on the starboard side is the head with full stall shower, marine head and more storage.

On the port side is the nav station with a generous desk area for charts and logs. Immediately forward of the nav station is the u-shaped galley providing easy reach of all components from the galley sink to the three-burner stove/oven and the amble refrigeration unit.

The salon area has a large drop leaf table for dining that drops down to provide a berth for 2 to port and a single to starboard.

The forward cabin has a double v-berth, privacy door and a sink with fresh hot/cold running water. Large storage area below the berth and the chain locker forward.

There are seven opening hatches in the overhead and six opening ports allowing fresh air to flow through the boat while at anchor.

 

Galley

U-Shaped Galley on the port side provides an extremely stable platform for meal preparation while underway. Galley sink aft, three burner stove and oven athwartship and the refrigerator forward all simultaneously within reach.

  • Adler Barber 12v refrigeration
  • Force 10 3 burner stove and oven

 

Head

The head is located on the starboard side just forward of the aft cabin with the marine head configured along the keel line of the boat.

  • Full stall shower with a bench seat along the starboard bulkhead
  • Several drawers and lockers for convenient storage

 

Sails & Rigging

  • Full batten main sail
  • 150% Genoa on the roller furler
  • 120% working jib
  • Hank on Storm Jib ( requires conversion for roller furler track.
  • Much of the running rigging is new
  • Block and tackle preventer

 

Cockpit

  • Raymarine C70 chartplotter at the helm for easy navigation decisions
  • Simrad WP 30 auto pilot
  • Binnacle compass
  • Speed, wind and depth gauges on the forward cockpit bulkhead
  • Recently installed cushions on all benches
  • Teak grate on cockpit sole
  • Manual emergency bilge pump
  • Bimini top over the helm
  • Two large lazarettes port and starboard for storage
  • Large lazarette aft filled with fenders and dock lines

 

On Deck

  • Two Barient 22 halyard winches on the mast
  • Two Barient 32 self tailing primary winches in the cockpit
  • Two Barient 28 secondary winches in the cockpit
  • Barient 23 self tailing cabin top winch for main sheet
  • Barient 18 self tailing cabin top winch for the centerboard
  • Traveler rigged with 4:1
  • Four ventilation funnels with dorade boxes
  • On mast traveler for a spinnaker/whisker pole (pole not present)
  • 35 lbs CQR with 110' of chain and power windlass
  • In hull navigation lights, re-chromed and looking new plus a tri-color and strobe at the mast head
  • Awning for comfortable anchoring covers the cockpit forward to the mast
  • Custom sun covers for winches, rails and hatches

 

Electrical Systems

The 12 volt system has three house batteries and a separate battery for engine starting.

  • Inverter/Charger
  • 30 amp connection for 110 volt shore power with 50' power cord
  • Cabin outlets have a dual socket for each the 12 volt system and the 110 volt system
  • Link 2000 monitors power usage on a screen at the nav desk.
  • Two electrical panels with circuit breakers for all on board electrical components.
  • New masthead led light uses very little power while at anchor.

 

Engine

  • Universal M- 50 diesel engine has been carefully maintained throughout its life
  • The 44hp power engine drives the boat at greater than 7 knots
  • 90 Amp alternator
  • Fuel polishing system

 

Upgrades & Improvements

  • The hull was awl gripped in 2019
  • The cockpit is freshly painted
  • Much of the overhead has been replaced
  • Cabinetry has been replaced or restored throughout the vessel
  • New hatch lenses
  • Teak cap rail and grab bars on deck are stripped clean for refinishing or to be left natural

The owner takes great pride in the care of Singularity which is immediately apparent when you first come aboard.