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Plymouth Devon UK|
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Jeanneau Sun Legende 41 - 1988 - £49,950 - Now SOLD
The Sun Legende 41 is a powerful and elegant Blue Water capable sloop. Designed by the World renowned yacht designer Doug Peterson, the Sun Legende 41 is a delight to sail and easily handled by just two people in all sea and weather conditions, but comfortable for 6 or more on passage.
The Sun Legende 41 was built with a Kevlar strengthened hull using an exclusive material developed by Jeanneau and Dupont known as ARAMAT K, a combined glass fibre/Kevlar composite which gives the whole hull an immense amount of strength and rigidity.
This Sun Legende 41’s roomy accommodation is nicely finished with warm teak woodwork, featuring a roomy saloon making great use of the generous beam with an excellent chart table and galley situated at the aft end of the saloon and U-Shaped seating & settee around the saloon table. With 3 separate double cabins plus saloon berths, the generous forward cabin has en-suite access to the forward heads compartment and both aft cabins have washbasins.
The current berth at Sutton Harbour Marina, Plymouth valid until 31.03.2021 may also be available for transfer by separate negotiation
|Model:||Sun Legend 41|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Perkins Prima M50|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||40' 10"|
|Length at waterline:||32' 9"|
|Maximum draft:||6' 4"|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Fin Keel|
Up to 8 berths in 3 separate double cabins plus saloon berths, the generous forward cabin has en-suite access to the heads compartment and both aft cabins have washbasins.
Forward Cabin:Roomy forward cabin with double berth, storage locker to starboard and open shelves along both sides of the berth. En-suite access door to heads compartment.
Heads compartment: Forward Heads compartment with sea toilet, wash basin and shower. Pressurised hot and cold water supply. Doors to forward lobby and forward cabin
Saloon: U-Shaped saloon seating to port & settee to starboard around the saloon table. Portside table leaf drops down to create double berth if needed.
Deep storage shelf outboard behind saloon seating on both sides, book and almanac storage racks. Bottle rack inset into forward bulkhead. Entertainment panel to starboard with CD/Radio/DVD Player, iPod dock & 12v supply socket.
Galley area: Port side L shaped galley area with ample working area. Nelson Spinflo two burner gas cooker with oven. Top opening fridge with efficient Isotherm ASU cooling unit, stainless steel double bowl sink with a pressurised hot and cold water supply. Concealed rubbish bin and ample locker storage
Chart table area: Large forward facing chart table to starboard with upholstered seat and adjacent main electrical panel. Additional shelved locker behind chart table seat.
Aft cabins: Two roomy aft cabins each with double berth and wash basin. Hanging locker. Two opening portlights and a roof hatch in each aft cabin for good cross flow ventilation.
Maxwell 1500w Electric Anchor Windlass with foot controls at bow.
Rocna 25Kg Main Anchor, with all chain rode
Inner forestay attachment strop and highfield lever type tensioner device.
Mast Pulpit/Granny Bars each side of the mast
Mainsheet traveler on coachroof in front of sprayhood
Mid-Ships spring cleats
Sprayhood (Ocean Canvas 2018)
Transom Steps and stern boarding ladder with 4 rungs
At Helm pedestal - Furuno Navnet VX2 Colour Chart Plotter & Radar Display mounted in Navpod in front of wheel.
Raymarine St6001 Autopilot Control
At Forward Cockpit:
To Starboard - Four Raymarine St60 Displays for Speed, Depth, Wind speed & direction and Close-Hauled wind
To Port - Furuno RD30 GPS Display
Chart Table Instruments:
AG Neovo X-15a 15" Monitor screen for Furuno Plotter & Radar system, separate Furuno Navnet VX2 trackerball keypad on pull out cantilever bracket.
MLR FX312XC stand alone GPS Unit
ICS Nav6 Navtex unit
Standard Horizon VM3500E DSC/VHF Unit
Standard Horizon HX270e Handheld VHF unit with drop-in charging dock
Mast mounted Furuno M1824C 18" Radar scanner
Perkins Prima M50 4 cylinder naturally aspirated indirect cooled 50hp diesel engine.
Conventional shaft drive to a 3 blade Autostream feathering propeller.
Uprated high output Leece-Neville 160Ah Alternator
Adverc Alternator controller & diode charge splitter
Victron Pheonix 50amp shore powered battery charger
240v shore power connection
Fuel - 150 Liters
Water - 360 Liters in two tanks
Aluminium alloy, double spreader mast and boom.
Selden 310s Furling system (2005)
Inner forestay for storm sails with highfield type tensioner device
Carbon Spinnaker pole, with RCB track on mast
Kemp Packaway Lazybag & LazyJacks
2 X Harken Barbarossa 53.2 Self Tailing Primary Winches
2 X Harken Barbarossa 42 Self Tailing Halyard Winches
2 X Harken Barbarossa 40 Self Tailing Halyard Winches
2 X Harken Barbarossa 40 Halyard Winches (On Mast)
1 X Harken Barbarossa 16 Reefing line Winch (On Mast)
Slab reefing Mainsail (3 Reefs)
Tri-Radial No1 Genoa (Kemp)
2 X Working Jibs (Hanked for inner forestay)
Full Radial Cruising Chute (Kemp) in snuffer
Horseshoe Lifebuoy with drogue, danbuoy & light
Manual and Electric Bilge Pumps
Force Rescue Sling
Plastimo Gas Alarm
GME MT403G 406Mhz EPIRB (Service Due)
RFD Beaufort 6 man liferaft in canister mounted on the stern rail (Service Due)
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as Liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.