41 Coronado Center Cockpit Masthead Sloop

Posted 27 February 2021 | Sailboats   

Reduced to $22,000.00

Horizon has a deep draft and extremely wide beam which makes her perfect for overnight cruising, sailing and an excellent live aboard.

The center cockpit design allows for uncluttered deck space topside. Designed by William Tripp, these roomy vessels feature over 6 feet of interior headroom throughout. 

General:

  • Built by Coronado Yachts in 1974
  • Designed by William H. Tripp
  • Fiberglass
  • Fin keel with rudder on skeg
  • LOA 41
  • LWL 31.67
  • Beam of 12.6’
  • Draft of 6.25’
  • Displacement of 19,200 lb
  • Cast iron Ballast of 8,500 lb

Engine:

  • Chrysler Nissan 65 HP Diesel inboard
  • 35 Gallons Fuel

Electronics and Navigation:

  • Compass
  • 1-#80 Battery
  • 2 Automatic bilge pumps

Interior:

  • 6’ 2” Headroom
  • Salon Seating
  • Two large private staterooms
  •  Two heads, one with shower
  • Galley to port with built-in Stove/Oven
  • Large main salon
  • Lots of stowage in Staterooms, Salon, & heads
  • 120 Gallons water in fiberglass tanks
  • AC/DC Cabin lighting
  • Enclosed head with toilet, shower, holding tank and macerator
  • 3 Burner Propane stove and oven
  • Refrigeration
  • Hot water tank

Sail Inventory and Ground Tackle:

  • 1 25# CQR with 150’ Chain
  • Barlow winches
  • Main
  • Genoa
  • 150 Jib
  • Spinnaker

Deck and Additional:

  • 6 Solar panels
  • 1 Wind Generator
  • All safety equipmentThe Coronado 41’ uses the identical hull to the Columbia 41 (manufactured in the same plant) and has the same sail plan.Under sail she moves along efficiently for a vessel of her tonnage, needing only 10 kts of wind to achieve her hull speed on a beam reach. 

    While some may think that she has more windage from her flush deck, the truth is that she has little more windage above the waterline than other designs, the difference is that the height of the cabin is the entire width of the boat, not just in the middle. The rig is well designed with a short stout keel stepped mast supported with over-sized mast-head standing rigging. the shroud chainplates are through-deck type bolted to heavy all glass structural members, and fore and back stays through-bolted to the stem and stern. 

    While this boat has hull stiffening members, there are very little full height bulkheads, as is seen in modern cruisers. this allows some flexibility in the hull, while maximizing open space. 

    She has one of the largest interior layouts of any 40 foot sailboat. The center cockpit design allows for uncluttered deck space topside. Designed by Bill Tripp, these roomy vessels feature over 6 feet of interior headroom throughout, 2 private staterooms, a galley to port, a large main salon, and lots of useable stowage below. 

Rainbow Yachts 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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