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2012 Alerion 41

  • 41 ft
  • Cruiser
  • San Diego, CA, US

Yacht price :

$249,000

Overview

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Quick to rig and simple to singlehand

Overall construction quality is exceptional

A classic New England look - elegant sheer, low coach roof

 

 

Contact the owner's agent Ian Bossenger to schedule your walk through

ian@californiayachtsales.com

619 990 8501

 

 

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Alerion
Model:
41
Year:
2012
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
San Diego, CA, US
Available for sale in U.S. waters:
Yes
Vessel Name:
Bill of Sail
Boat Type:
Cruiser
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Type:
Monohull
Hull Color:
Navy Blue
Designer:
Flag of Registry:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
41 ft - 12.5 meter
LOA:
40 ft 6 in - 12.34 meter
Beam:
11 ft 6 in - 3.51 meter
Draft - max:
6 ft 6 in - 1.98 meter
Bridge Clearance:
56 ft - 17.07 meter
Dry Weight:
16000 lbs

Engine

Make:
Yanmar
Model:
3JH5S
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
264
Cruise Speed:
-
Range:
-
Joystick Control:
No
Engine Type:
Inboard
Drive Type:
Sail Drive
Fuel Type:
Horsepower:
40 (Individual), 40 (combined)
Max Speed:
-

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
40 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
30 gallons - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
30 gallons - 1 tank(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
3
Total Berths:
2
Total Sleeps:
3
Total Heads:
1
Captains Cabin:
No
Crew Cabins:
-
Crew Berths:
-
Crew Sleeps:
-
Crew Heads:
-

Gallery

Descriptions

 

Dimensions

LOA: 40 ft 6 in LWL: 30 ft 6 in Beam: 11 ft 6 in
Max Bridge Clearance: 56 ft Min. Draft: 6 ft 6 in Total: 940 ft²
Ballast: 6000 lb Displacement: 16000 lb
 

Engines

Engine #1

Engine Make: Yanmar Engine Model: 3JH5S Primary Engines: Inboard
Drive Type: Sail Drive Engine Year: 2012 Hours: 264
Power: 38 hp
 

Owners comment

I continue to increase my appreciation of the boat with each sail.  Since receiving my 41,  I’ve had the chance to sail with about 25 different people….. When I asked them what they enjoyed most, the common answer went something like this – “I loved the look of the boat when I first saw it, then I loved the way it sailed, then I loved just sitting in the salon and enjoying the look and feel of the finish work. At the end of the day, I can’t decide what I enjoyed the most but I do know that I’d like to be invited back.”” – Owner of hull # 1.

Accommodations

A review by Andrew Cross:

 

"The cockpit on any Alerion is home base and I liked how the 41’s was laid out. Large enough to happily fit eight people with an optional table, the settees are deep enough to be comfortable while also allowing for proper views. The helm and sail controls are far enough aft that the crew won’t be in the way of the person running the boat. And the mainsheet is led to a traveler just aft of the helm, allowing for end of boom sheeting that also keeps that whole mess clear of people sitting in the cockpit.

When it comes time to work on the engine, the floor of the cockpit raises up on gas springs, creating easy access that would make doing the necessary pre-sail checks a simple process. A removable panel also creates a standing and working space, so servicing the engine can be done efficiently.

One of my favorite features on deck, though, is aft of the cockpit. Recognizing the need for cruisers to be able to easily get in and out of the water or a dinghy, Alerion came up with one of the best looking and functioning stern platforms I’ve come across. What appears to be a large lazarette on deck actually folds up and aft to create a platform that a stern ladder can then articulate from. The overall look of the platform doesn’t detract from the boat’s appearance at anchor and is probably the perfect height for a family to get in and out of a RIB.

LIVING ABOARD
Down below, the Alerion design team kept with the theme of taking the 41 from its daysailer roots to a more comfortable cruiser. When stepping down the companionway, the interior woodwork and finish is absolutely striking. The hand-finished joinery can be had in American Cherry or teak, and white bulkheads gave the version we sailed a light and airy feel, even on a grey fall day.

The 41 comes standard with two cabins, which will make a good cruising layout for two couples or a family of four, and the settees are long enough to allow sleeping room for a few more. The forward V-berth is certainly the owner’s suite and the amount of storage, including a cedar-lined hanging locker, creates enough room for clothes and gear to be kept out of sight.

The starboard aft cabin is not huge and doesn’t need to be. There is enough room for two people to sleep and store clothes. And it could also make for a suitable spot to take a nap while the boat is underway.

Many would agree that a single head is all that is necessary on a boat of this size and Alerion has tucked one just forward of the saloon to port. Access to the head is available through the main saloon or through the V-berth. The main saloon is large enough to fit six adults comfortably for a meal and with six and a half feet of headroom, the boat doesn’t feel like a cave. The nav table is to starboard with a small chart table suitable for a laptop or chart book. Above and outboard of the chart table, the boat’s electrical panel is neatly tucked behind a locker face. The nav table also drops down to allow for the starboard settee to become a full-length berth."

Electronics and Entertainment

  • Garmin GPSMap 740S at helm
  • Garmin GMI 10 (x2) multifunction displays at helm
  • Raymarine 2kW radar
  • Richie Powerdamp compass
  • Raymarine P70 SPX-10 linear autopilot
  • Standard Horizon GX2150W 25w AIS VHF
  • Fusion MS-CD600G Sirus stereo w CD player w control in cockpit

Sails and Rigging

  • Quantum, fully battened Fusion MC 7000 mainsail, two reef points
  • Quantum Fusion MC 7000 Jib w Sunbrella UV cover
  • Harken MK1V roller furling
  • Hall self tacking boom
  • Steel rod rigging
  • Upgraded "V" boom
  • Carbon fiber mast
  • Vang

 

Electrical

  • Lifeline 4D 210Ah AGM deep cycle batteries (x2)
  • Lifeline 12v 105Ah deep cycle battery
  • Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/2500-100 sinewave inverter/battery charger
  • MastervoltShunt 500, 300 amp ( provides all information needed for monitoring your battery bank and control of your system )
  • Mastervolt Control Monitor display
  • Pro Safe FS 30 amp galvanic isolator (maintains AC safety ground)
  • Blue Seas Systems SI-ACR start isolation automatic charging relay ( automatically combines batteries during charging, isolates batteries when discharging and when starting engines)
  • Breaker protected AC/DC electrical panel

Deck

  • Harken 46 2 speed electric primary winch (x2)
  • Harken 20 ST winch (x2) on coachroof
  • Edson helm
  • Lewmar rope clutches   
  • Dodger
  • Stainless steel lifelines
  • Lewmar Delta anchor
  • Lewmar electric windlass
  • Bow and Stern pulpits
  • Sail cover and Wheel cover 
  • Teak cockpit sole

Galley

  • Eno 2 burner propane stove (two propane tanks under helm seat)
  • Isotherm refrigerator
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Nautic Boiler 1200w 4 gal hot water heater 
  • Panasonic 950w oven

 

 

 

 

 

Disclaimer

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.

 

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Disclaimer: 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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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