2nd Apr 2017 at 9:40 pm #2485
Sigma 41, Graphix
£39,950 Lying at Preston Marina, Lancs PR2 2YP
Designed: David Thomas
Built: Marine Projects Plymouth 1984
David H Miller: firstname.lastname@example.org
01253 733480 or 07743773916
Brian Stringfellow: 07975921412
More info & images: http://www.sigma41graphix.blogspot.com
Renowned for performance, comfort and strength: the 41 is the biggest & best Sigma & Graphix is one of the best.
Graphix has; crossed the Atlantic six times, cruised the European coast from Bergen to Gibraltar, circumnavigated the UK (in one season) and sailed twice around Ireland.
“Practical Boat Owner” and “Sailing Today” have published Used Yacht Reports for the Sigma 41.
Our recent, out of water, survey is available for inspection.
OAL: 41’9” (12.73m)
LWL: 33’ 4” (10.16m)
Beam: 12’10” (3.92m)
Draft: 7’2” (2.2m) Displacement: 18,000 lbs
Fin Keel: cast iron & lead 8,000 lbs
¾ Fractional Rig Bermuda Sloop
Sails Battened Crusader main, No 1 Crusader Genoa (Harken dual slot roller-reefing), No 3 Rockhall, Storm Jib & Trysail, Spinnaker in snuffer, spare spinnaker & sundry spare head sails
Winches 9 in total
Primary Lewmar 48 ST x 2, Runners Lewmar 36 ST x 2, Spinnaker Lewmar 36 x 2, Lewmar 36 mainsheet, Lewmar 28 ST x 2, Reefing and Halyard various winch handles
Rig Selden mast & boom; standing rigging (new 2000c), 12 & 10mm shrouds by Coates of Whitby; vang gas strut (new 2014). Goucher spray-hood and dodgers (new 2010)
Engine New Sept 2013: 36 hp Beta & 3:1 gear box 100 amp alternator fitted by Ardfern Marine: serviced Nov 2016
Cruising speed 6 knots – max speed 7.25 knots @ 3 litres per hour – range 350 NM. Propeller & shaft new 2012; P Bracket Cutlass and gland stuffing new 2016. 35 gall (160 ltr) aluminium fuel tank removed & rebuilt and fuel pipes replaced 2014
Steering Whitlock Cobra rod steering, Elk hide steering wheel, Autohelm 7000 autopilot, emergency tiller
2 x 20 kg Bruce 50m, 10mm calibrated chain; Lofrans electric windlass in self-draining deck locker; 10 Kilo Bruce 5m chain
50m octoplait warp
Electrics Deck and mast head Navigation lights, LED saloon and cockpit lights, Engine battery, 4 x 100ah domestic batteries in two banks, Wind generator and solar panels, Sterling shore power-charger, 150w & 300w inverter
240 & 12 volt phone charging sockets
Safety Equipment Lifejackets x 8, 4 man RORC life-raft,
2.7m inflatable dinghy (new 2016) with Honda 2.3 engine, Horseshoe buoys x 2 with strobe MOB light, Dan buoy and recovery sling, foghorn, Radar reflector, Gas detector and isolator, Fire Extinguishers & fire blanket
Navigation Equipment Plastimo steering compass, Furuno Radar, Nasa Log and depth with cockpit repeater, Laptop with 2016 Easycharts, Garmin GPS with cockpit repeater, Navico VHF, Extensive collection of Pilot books and charts, Navtex
Misc Sundry mooring ropes, 2 x 30m “harbour wall” warps,
6 fenders, spare fuel containers, deck brush, boat-hook
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