This Atlantic 40 power ketch is,as her name suggests, is a robust, safe and steady boat that will take you across oceans. Sail handling is done on deck, rather than from the cockpit, but the decks are wide and safe and the centre cockpit is deep and well protected. The second and current owner has had her for many years, and has kept her in extremely good condition. This blue water capable ketch should not be overlooked by any serious cruisers. New bow thruster just fitted.
Length Overall: 40' / 12.2m
Length at Waterline: 30'6" / 9.3m
Beam: 11'9" / 3.58m
Max Draft: 5'6" / 1.68m
Displacement: 21,504 lbs / 9,754 kg
Ballast: 8000 lbs / 3629 kg
Gross tonnage 18.51
Main engine: 1979 Mercedes OM314 Diesel engine with 80hp and 4 Cylinders; fresh water cooled
Gearbox: Borg Warner Velvet drive
Shaft driven 3 bladed bronze fixed prop (also fitted with shaft brake and rope cutter)
Portable Yamaha generator
Bow thruster fitted June 2017 - Side-Power by Sleipner
Fuel: 2 x 70 Gallon Stainless steel (636l in all)
Water: 1 X 140 Gallon Stainless steel (636l in all)
Holding: 50l approx.
7 berths: 2 double and 3 singles in 3 cabins. 2 singles in the forecabin, the saloon seating area converts to a double and the aft cabin - accessed from the centre cockpit, has a double to port and a single to starboard, together with an ensuite heads.
The second heads is located aft of the forecabin - starboard side
Galley is of a linear layout on the starboard side of the main saloon cabin and is equipped with a gas cooker (Plastimo Neptune 2000) with two burners, oven and grill, Engel fridge/freezer and two sinks. There is an electric ventilator fan above the cooker - in and out.
Both heads have hand basins and Lavac sea toilets. The forward heads includes a shower.
The navigation station is forward facing in the main saloon - immediately to starboard of the companionway steps.
The saloon seating is U-shaped and the table rotates for flexible use; and drops to convert into the 2nd double berth. Plenty of useful storage throughout.
Sparlight masts are deck-stepped in stainless steel tabernacles
Main with Lazyjacks
Head sail with roller Furlex system type C for genoa
Lewmar 40 2 speed self-tailing sheet winches and 2 mast mounted halyard winches
Semi-batterned main with slab reefing
A hank on jib
Some of the standing rigging was renewed in 2011
Deck lights on main and mizzen mast
Steering compass by Sestrel
Raymarine eSeries (e7D) plotter with hybridTouch - & Platinum Charts
Radar is RD418 high definition
AIS 650 with transponder and receiver
VHF with DSC is I-COM M423 with HM195 extension mike at helm station
Wind speed/direction/closehauled by Walker
Autopilot Robertson AP200
Garmin GPS 128
Log/speed - Walker Mini-Trident
4 Gel batteries in 2 banks wired in series giving 24v independent supply for engine and domestic (all batteries replaced with new in 2015) Separate alternator, regulator etc.
240 V Shore Power inlet and cable
Poweramp battery charger and Sterling battery management systems.
Pressurised hot and cold water system
Water heated via Immersion (with timer) and engine
Webasto HL 32D Hot air deisel system fitted in 1991
1 electric bilge pump
35 lb CQR anchor and 60 meters of 3/8 galvanised chain
56 lb Fisherman anchor and 6 meters of 3/8 cahin and warp
Stern anchor is a Danforth and warp
There is also a 2nd Fisherman
Electric anchor windlass - S/L Anchorman 1200 24V
Warps and fenders
6 Deck Cleats
Davits at transom
AVON Rover (1992) inflatable with 3.3hp Johnson 2-stroke outboard
Cockpit canvas enclosure
Liferaft - 6 person Seago
Life jackets and harnesses
2 Life buoys
Boarding ladder & emergency boarding ladder
Fenders and warps
Liferaft - recently serviced