41' (12.50m) CC - Aquila
1974 Gulfstar CC
- Oxford Maryland United States
- Fiberglass Hull
$ 34,500 USD
€ 31,746 Euros
$ 46,673 CAD
Aquila has been owned by the same owner for 29 years and is only her second owner. They purchased her to enjoy with their kids as they were growing up, now it is just the two of them and they are looking to downsize.
History notes from the owner:
"With every older boat, there is good and there is bad. With this boat, it is mostly good. The hull and rudder are perfect, the deck is solid, and the engine is magnificent. I bought the boat in 1993 from the original owner. It had blisters and some deck delamination. So I took it immediately to Mark Lennox in Rock Hall, Md., who everyone told me was the guru of blister repair. He peeled the bottom and rebuilt it all in vinylester resin. He gave me a 10 yr warranty but smiled and said "it's jut a formality--- the boat will never have another blister". He was right. The bottom has been perfect all these years. I've always used good, high copper content ablative paint.
I waited on the deck repair until the end of the 1995 sailing season. That winter Lennox removed everything fastened to the deck, rebuilt the entire deck (re-cored a few areas), spray-painted everything (flawlessly), and re-installed all the hardware (adding larger winches, which have made a big difference.
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LOA: 41' " (12.50 Meters)
Type: Sail - Used
Beam: 12' "
Bridge Clearance: ' "
Draft Max: 5' "
Draft Min: ' "
Maximum Speed: Knots
Cruise Speed: Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 45 Gallons (170.34 Liters)
Fresh Water: 53 Gallons (200.63 Liters)
Holding Tank: 30 Gallons (113.56 Liters)
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Traditional interior layout for a center cockpit vessel of this size. Starting forward is the guest cabin with V-berth followed by the head to starboard and hanging locker to port. Next moving aft is the Main Salon. The layout here has been slightly customized. Where she originally had a fore and aft facing dinette on starboard, the owner has converted it to a straight settee that can pull out to create an addition double berth. He also created a custom bulkhead mounted teak table that folds down, meets with the mast and has a drop leaf for dining on both sides of the salon. When the table is attached to the bulkhead the whole salon feels very open and roomy. Settee to port with storage behind. Aft to port is a huge L-shaped navigation station. To starboard is the L-shaped galley that also leads to the engine compartment and the aft Master Stateroom.
The aft master stateroom is very accommodating with large V-berth (some owners have converted the berth to a double berth). Drawers under the berths, large hanging locker, and enclosed head with sink and shower combination.
Her interior is light and bright. The bulkheads are wood grain formica with teak trim throughout. Many people have painted the formica to give it the "Herreshoff" look. Perforated vinyl headliner looks good. The main and sleeping cabins are carpeted, teak and holly ply in the navigation area, galley and hallway to aft cabin. Teak lines the inside of the trunk cabin adding to the warmth below. All opening ports and multiple hatches lend to great ventilation throughout the vessel. There is indication that some of the ports have leaked, it would be time to re-bed or replace the plastic opening ports.
- She has a large galley with plenty of counter space for food preparation;
- Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressure water
- Stainless steel 3 burner Force 10 stove with oven
- Large ice chest with older 110V refrigeration unit built-in
- Open and closed lockers and storage racks
- Aluminum spar stepped on the keel
- Sloop rig
- Main sail - 2 older mains
- Genoa - 2 older headsails (one large genoa, 1 jib)
- Wire to rope halyards
- Roller furling headsail (Pro-furl
- Wire standing rigging
- Chain plates are accessible and tied into the hull
- Larger Barient primary winches (not self-tailing but effortless according to the owner)
- Stainless steel bow and stern pulpit with side stanchions and double life lines
- Gates port and starboard
- Teak eye brows
- Teak hand rails
- Teak combing tops around the cockpit
- Pedestal wheel with Stainless steel wheel
- Propane box on aft deck
- Opening ports
- Opening hatches
- Dock lines
- Rub rail
- Anchor roller
- Plow anchor mounted on bow with chain and rode
Her electronics are light but more than likely one would want new state of the art new equipment.
- Compass at pedestal
- VHF radio
- Apparent wind - presently not on the mast
Additional Units Included
- 1991 Avon Inflatable
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.
- Engine Make: Cummins
- Engine Model:
- Engine Year: 1992
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 59.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 1400.00
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