This Wm. Garden designed CT 41 is a traditionally inspired, full keeled ketch with long bowsprit and wine glass transom. Her living areas are superb with 11 bronze opening ports. She would make a warm, dry (no leaks), comfortable live aboard or capable blue water cruiser.

Albatross is equipped with Furuno Radar, GPS, chart plotter, Benmar Seatec Autopilot, Monitor wind vane, furling jib, windlass, propane stove/oven, 2 CQR anchors and 9' dinghy.

Since 2010, the following work has been conducted:
Replaced engine with Volvo Penta TAMD30 (rated at 75 HP) and transmission w/ BW Velvet gear w/ Electrical panel and all wiring upgraded to a single Blue Seas combined panel (2012)
Masts and booms lowered, stripped, cleaned, inspected, primed and recoated w/ two base coats Tufshield #1, plus three coats Nautiking NautiThane Pro Clear (2016)
Hull sanded, inspected and re-coated with two coats Amercoat ABC3-92/05 Anti Fouling Paint (2016)
Rudder hinges and shaft replaced (2016)
Standing rigging removed, cleaned, inspected and tuned; all clevis pins and cotter keys replaced (2016)
New canvas sail, wheel, pedestal and mast covers (2011); cockpit awning (2010)
VHF upgraded to Standard Horizon GX2100 VHF AIS (2013)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Sail Inventory
Spinnaker: 1993 (392 sq ft) 2.0 oz with furler bead and UV cover on leach
Genoa: 1993 (422 sq ft), (6.1 oz. Dacron), reefing patches
Main: 1993 (371 sq. ft.), 8.4 oz. Batten with reefing patches
Mizzen: 1993 (171 sq. ft.), 6.1 oz. Batten with reefing patches.
Storm TriSail: 1972 (94 sq. ft.), 9.4 oz.

Deck & Rigging
Winches: 2 ea. Carter 271 Top Action; 2 ea. Carter 301D/353
Furlex by Selden genoa furler
2x Carter 271 Top Action two speed sheet winches
2x Carter 301D/353 Single speed halyard winches
Ritchie pedestal steering compass with engine controls
Teak grates for cockpit sole

1990 Volvo Penta TAMD30 which is fresh water cooled & rated at 75 crankshaft HP

Power delivered thru BW Velvet gear 1.93:1 ratio and 3 blade prop
Current Engine Hours: <1,500
Racor fuel filter system, electric fuel pump in addition to engine fuel pump

Blueseas 8095 Power Distribution Panel: AC main-100 Amp +5 @15 Amp; DC main-30 Amp + 20 @ 15Amp AC/DC

Blueseas 8095 electric monitors: Analog 8-16VDC, 0-100 Amp; 0- 150VAC, 0-50A
ProMariner ProSport 20+ Charger: stat power multi-stage CPU controlled and Blueseas SI-ACR 7610
Batteries: 2 - Group 24 & 29 deep cycle batteries
Blueseas 3 position selector
Balmar 100 Amp high output engine alternator
30 Amp 50 foot shore power cord

Force 10 MV six gallon water heater

Navigation & Electronics
Furuno Model 1830 (24 mile range) radar
JMC SuperPilot Mark II NP-30NT color with external antenna
Standard Horizon GX2100 VHF AIS radio
JVC KD-S6250 CD / stereo radio
ScanMar Marine self-steering, fitted to transom with wheel adaptor
Benmar Seatec Pilot House Course Keeper

Main cabin: center teak drop leaf table; teak storage cabinets above both port side galley sinks & starboard settee.
Port settee slides out into double berth. Starboard berth accommodates one.
Forward cabin: V-berth accommodates two
Forced air heater
Cabin is wired for sound
Hot and cold pressurized water
Jensen marine head 770 manual toilet

BlueSeas 3 burner propane stove with oven
Double sinks
6 cubic feet ice chest

Ground Tackle
2x 35 lb CQR anchors
2x 200 feet 5/16" BBB chain
Muir electric/manual windless

120 gal fiberglass water tank
2x 60 gallon diesel tanks

Propane Tank 10lb (3gal)
Jensen Head
Automatic bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Two winch handles
Holding tank with pump overboard capacity
Various lines, fenders, all dock lines
Ships clock and barometer
Boarding ladder

Boat Type: Sailing boat
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