|Estado del barco||Usado|
|Clase de oferta||Motor|
|Material del casco||Fibra de vidrio|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||Falmouth Haven, Reino Unido|
|Estado de Impuestos||Impuestos pagados|
|Eslora total||12.19 m|
|Calado máximo||0.92 m|
|Tipo de quilla||Otro|
|Tipo de motor||Interior|
|Tipo de transmisión||Transmisión directa|
|Tipo de motor||Interior|
The Fairline 40 is a comfortable flybridge cruiser with excellent accommodation and a reputation for good sea-keeping ideal for extended cruising, they also work well as liveaboards. Alegra is presented in very good condition for her age and has the significant advantage of having been re-engined in 2005 which should reduce maintenance and running costs when compared to similar boats of this era. She also has an impressive inventory including a diesel generator, central heating system, new cockpit enclosure, and more, so early viewing is recommended!
**Transfer of one years berthing available - see broker**
For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact Ancasta Falmouth on 01326 211007 or email@example.com
The main accommodation offers up to 5 berths in 3 cabins with excellent headroom throughout.
FORWARD OWNERS CABIN: Double Island berth with dressing area, wardrobe, lockers and drawers providing ample storage. Opening portlights and hatch to foredeck with curtains. Access to en suite.
EN SUITE: En suite compartment with Corian work surfaces, shower area with shower curtain, washbasin and Jabsco marine toilet.
GUEST CABIN: two single berths offset with wardrobe, lockers and opening portlights.
GALLEY: U-shaped galley equipped with SMEV oven with grill, separate 2-burner hob, microwave oven, fridge, twin stainless steel sinks and ample storage.
SALOON: L-shaped seating area with adjustable table, single sofa bed and storage to port. Forward is the inner helm with full instrumentation and seating for two whilst to starboard is a sideboard and useful storage. Dual sliding doors to cockpit.
New good quality carpets throughout with complimenting premium-quality saloon curtains. Webasto central heating system with radiators throughout. Hot and cold pressurised water system throughout.
EXTERIOR: The aft cockpit offers comfortable seating for 6 people with a large aft bench seat upholstered in high quality marine vinyl (additional seating can be provided with removable chairs and there is ample space for entertaining more). Side decks accessed from either side lead forward along with safe wide side decks with grab rails. Generous foredeck sunbathing pads (no cushions supplied but easily sourced if desired) make the most of available space and are ideal for warm summer afternoons relaxing on the water. A flybridge with second helm position provides more seating. A large cockpit lazarette provides ample storage.
FAIRLINE 40 built in 1980 by Fairline Boats Ltd. to a John Bennett design.
White GRP hull with blue styling stripe, superstructure, and decks with moulded non-slip surfaces. GRP radar arch and bathing platform. Dual helm wheel steering to bronze rudders.
GRP Hull, Deck & Superstructure in White/Blue
Deep Vee Hull Form
Hydraulic Wheel Steering System
LOA: 41' 4" (12.16m)
BEAM: 13' 2" (4.02m)
DRAFT: 3' 0" (0.92m)
DISPLACEMENT: 19,841 lbs (9,000kg)
All Figures Approximate
Compasses at both helms
Simrad DSC VHF radio
Seafarer depth sounder
Garmin GPS colour chart plotter at flybridge helm
Raytheon radar system
2 x VHF aerials
Stereo CD/radio system with speakers
Anchor with chain and warp
Electric anchor windlass
Stainless steel pulpit and grab rails
Stainless steel fender baskets
2 x Windscreen wipers
GRP bathing platform with bathing ladder
Full cockpit enclosure (2020)
Individual flybridge covers for seats and dashboard (2020)
Flybridge dodgers (2020)
Windscreen and side window covers
Warps and fenders
2 x Fire extinguishers
Electric fog horn
Electric bilge pumps
Twin Perkins Sabre turbocharged 225hp marine diesel engines (new 2005) last serviced in August 2020 and are in very good running order. Although originally designed as fast cruising boats most owners are now operating at displacement speeds for economy, and their underwater profile with long keel section aft suits this usage well. Similar boats have reported good fuel economy at lower speeds, and she is expected to use around 10 litres per hour when cruising at 7-8kts in reasonable conditions, but no accurate figures are available.
Freshwater cooled via heat exchangers.
Dual single lever controls at both helms
Shaft drive via gearboxes to bronze three-bladed propellers (new shafts, propellers and cutlass bearings 2015).
Full engine instrumentation including temperature, oil pressure, volt, revs and fuel gauges.
Lewmar bow thruster for easy marina maneuvering with controls at both helms.
5 x 12v Batteries (2020) charged via engine alternators.
Dedicated generator start battery (2019).
Shorepower system with ring mains, immersion coil for water heating, and battery charger.
Northern Lights 9kva generator with remote start which is showing that it has run for 55 hours since new (last serviced 2019).
Electrical distribution panel.
Full cabin lighting upgraded to LED bulbs.
2 x Stainless steel 636 litre fuel tanks (2010). Volvo Penta upgraded fuel filters.
1 x Stainless steel water tank approx' 567 litre
Pressurised Water System to Galley & Heads Compartments - new pump 2022
Water Heated by Engine Calorifier & Immersion Heater
Webasto diesel heater to wet radiator system - 2022
All Figures Approximate