King 40


Price
AU $195,000 Negotiable Finance
Currency
Length
39' 8" - 12.10m
Use
Family, Cruising, Racing
Vessel Location
Mosman, NSW Insurance
Year
2010
Hull Material
Composite GRP/Epoxy with Awlgripwhite painted finish
Tour/Video

The King 40 was designed to be a true dual-purpose cruiser/racer, effective at racing offshore and around the cans as well as comfortable enough for basic cruising. The deck plan with twin wheels was developed to allow plenty of room for a racing crew, but there are also comfortable places to sit in cruise mode. The deep 2.5m lead bulb/narrow chord keel and high-aspect rudder provide excellent upwind and downwind performance with a very balanced helm giving an owner driving pleasure first and foremost. The model has notched up many wins on the international racing circuit and continues to be a genuine IRC/ORC and club race winner at the highest level.

'Canute' was first launched in 2010 by her current owners and although she was sailed by an amatuer crew she managed a 3rd on the 2010 Australian IRC championships. She claimed many more wins and good results before the owners stopped using the boat as work committments got in the way. Mostly unused in the last 2 years 'Canute' is now available for a new owner to go and enjoy as she should be.

The inventory includes a Yanmar 30HP sail drive diesel with folding prop, carbon mast and boom, carbon retractable prod and conventional spinnaker pole, a comprehensive sail wardrobe of racing sails, Partial Cat 3 safety gear, B&G hercules instruments with repeaters at the mast, Coursemaster Auto Pilot, 15" chart plotter, electrical refrigeration and all the running rigging to get out and race.

This is a fantastic racer/cruiser option. Contact us for further details.


Price
AU $195,000 Negotiable    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Canute
Boat Reference
Canute
Year
2010
Length
39' 8" - 12.10m
Beam
3.7
Draft
2.5
Displacement
7100 Kgs
Keel / Ballast
Cast/Iron lead T shaped racing keel - 3,300 Kg
Vessel Location
Mosman, Nsw
Region
New South Wales
Designer
Mark Mills
Builder
King Marine, Argentina
Hull Material
Composite GRP/Epoxy with Awlgripwhite painted finish
Decks Material
Composite
Engine
30HP sail drive diesel
Engine Make
Yanmar
Horsepower
30
Fuel Type
Diesel
Propulsion
2 blade folding prop.
Fuel
100L
Water
200L
Accommodation
V berth forward with ensuite. Symmetrical saloon with comfortable settees either side of the central table. Dedicated chart table to port. L shaped galley to starboard. Twin open doubles aft.
Cabins
1 V berth cabin forward plus double quarter berths port and starboard, plus 4 single settee berths.
Berths
10
Shower
Yes
Toilet
Manual pump out.
Galley
L shaped to starboard with carbon bench top. Twin stainless steel sinks with good storage.
Refrigeration
200L top opening electrical fridge.
Stove
2 burner gas stove with oven.
Ground Tackle
Anchor with chain and warp to suit Category 3.
Safety Gear
Safety gear for Cat 3 including EPIRB (Non current).
Bilge Pumps
Electric and manual
Electrics
3 x 200amp hour gel sealed batteries.
12V system
Electronics / Navigation
GPS: 15" Chart Plotter
Navigation: B&G Hercules system with FFD and GFD in Cockpit and 4 x Mast Displays. Coursemaster Auto Pilot.
Sail Inventory
Mainsails:

1 x North 3DI (one regatta only). 1 x Norths 3Dl One season. 1 x Heavy duty Polyester Cruising/Delivery Sail.

Head Sails:

no1 1 x Norths 3DL, 1 x MacDairmid, 1 x Cruising/Delivery.
No2 1 x Norths 3DI, I x norths 3DL ( 1 regatta only).
No3 Norths 3DL.
No 4 Norths 3 DL.

KItes etc:

A1, A3 S2 and Code Zero( Full Furling).

Storm Trysail and storm Jib.
Mast / Rigging
2 spreader aft swept Carbon race rig with rod rigging. Carbon boom, retractable prod and symmetrical spinnaker pole. Aramid hydraulic backstay.
Deck Gear
Harken race spec winches

CONTACT DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Vicsail Sydney
Telephone
Fax
+ 61 2 9362 4516
Address
D’Albora Marina
New Beach Road
City / Suburb
Rushcutters Bay
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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