1981 Bristol 41' (12.50 m)
Patchogue, New York, United States
Very nice 41.1, 2nd owner boat.
- Center Cockpit
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: BTY000100381
This model Bristol has been very well-regarded over the years for her comfort, sailing & sea-keeping abilities and, of course, the excellent production quality that was more typical of semi-custom vis production yachts of her day. Designed by Ted Hood, the 41.1 came standard with her keel-centerboard configuration and draws some 4'6" "board up". Her shoal draft will get you into places where a typical 41 foot sailboat cannot go. Her auxiliary power is a 2010 Westerbeke 55C with 400 hours. Arcadia is a second owner boat bought from the original owner in 1999. She is tight and dry! Check out the Full Spec and call for an appointment for a personal viewing. She is located in Patchogue, NY.
LOA: 41' 1'' (12.52 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
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- Engine Make: Westerbeke
- Engine Model: 55C
- Engine Year: 2010
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 50.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 400.00
- Hours Date: 01-02-2022
- Engine Location: Middle
Enter the salon from the center cockpit companionway stairs. To port is an L-shaped settee that opens to create a double berth. On centerline is a folding varnished teak butterfly style table. To starboard is a full-length settee/berth. Storage behind and beneath all seat cushions.
Aft to port is the navigation station with chart table, breakers and electronics; and comfortable desk for working on board.
To starboard is the galley running aft with double-sinks on centerline above the Westerbeke diesel with good access to mechanicals and batteries. Outboard is the refrigeration, stove/oven and galley storage and generous counterspace.
Aft of the Galley is the owner's stateroom with generous storage, V- berth, drawers and hanging lockers, and to port forward is the spacious head with a fresh water marine toilet, holding tank, vanity, storage, and shower area.
Forward is the guest stateroom featuring a V-Berth with storage aft to starboard and a full sized head with salt water marine toilet, sink, shower and two access doors-one from the salon and a private entrance from the forward stateroom.
Numerous opening ports and hatches for excellent ventilation with screens.
Table, teak w/ (2) folding leaves
Storage cabinetry w/ rattan for proper ventilation
L-shped settee to port
Center Galley amidships
12V DC Adler Barbour refrigeration/freezer
Hot/cold pressure freshwater system
Double SS Sink
Hand salt water pump at sink
Shipmate 3-Burner LPG stove and oven
LPG tank in vented locker on deck
V-berth insert w/ cushion
2 Entrances (from salon and forward stateroom for privacy)
Salt water marine toilet and holding tank.
Hot/cold pressure water
Large V-berths with filler cushions
Fresh water marine toilet and holding tank
Hot/cold pressure water
Genoa 105 Good condition
Genoa 140 Good condition
Main Sail on Furler Good condition
110 VAC Panel
12 VDC Panel
4-6v house batteries
12v Starting battery
Smart battery charger
110 VAC outlets color coded for shore power and inverter
Simrad AP16 Autopilot at helm
Garmin GPSmap 740s GPS/Plotter at helm
Magellan GPS NAV 5000 DLX Marine Navigation Handheld
ICOM IC-M402 VHF at Nav Station
Standard Horizon Quest VHF at Nav Station
Connector section for Dodger & Bimini
Carib 10 RIB w/ 9.9-hp Yamaha outboard with 1 hour.
SS Dinghy davits w/ block & tackle
Gory 18x13 folding prop, skeg, shaft-2007
Dripless shaft seal 2018
Westerbeke 55C 400 hours 2010
Screens for all ports/hatches
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Bruce McDonald, CPYB
Bruce McDonald joined Brewer Yacht Sales in 2011 and is headquartered at Safe Harbor Stirling and services Safe Harbor Stirling, Safe Harbor Greenport, and the east end of Long Island.
Bruce started his marine industry experience three days after his high school graduation when he reported to Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Upon graduation, he served as an engineer aboard various merchant ships and traveled the world in addition to spending fourteen years in the United States Naval Reserve. When he came “ashore” he spent his career with Fortune 100 companies while obtaining his MBA. Previously to joining Brewer Yacht Sales he sold new and pre-enjoyed boats on the North Fork for six seasons.
Although a New England native, he summered on the North Fork of Long Island since childhood and moved to Southold over twenty-five years ago. He and his wife, Karen, have a blended family of seven children and eleven grandchildren. They reside in Aquebogue.
He is ready to assist you in your search for that perfect boat or to facilitate the sale of your existing boat.