The Jeanneau Voyage 41 is a super comfortable, attractive cruising yacht with good sailing characteristics. She has a well stayed 2 spreader rig with in-mast reefing mainsail and furling headfoil system with under deck drum. Primary winches are Lewmar 53 ST. These boats were built in an era that demanded durability and quality! She has excellent accommodation and will sleep 9 in 3 cabins if required. The interior is well thought out and extremely light and airy given the amount of natural light available via hull side, coach roof side and overhead windows. She has all the goodies including warm air heating and air conditioning.
The owner has maintained the boat to a good standard and has regularly updated specification.
This is much more boat here than one might think, definately worth viewing!
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LOA - 12.50m
LWL - 10.15m
Beam - 4.05m
Draft - 1.65m
Displacement - 9800kg
Year - 1988
Builder - Jeanneau SA
Designer - Guy Ribadeau Dumas
GRP hull and deck with substantial Iron fin keel and semi balanced rudder with small skeg. Teak cockpit floor and seats.
Accommodation for 9 in three cabins with 6' 8" headroom. New upholstery and curtains 2005.
Forward cabin - The forward cabin with a V berth, which can be made into a double berth using an infill. There is storage below and shelves outboard and hanging locker. There is access to the forward heads from the cabin making it en-suite.
Forward heads - with a Jabsco toilet, shower and sink with hot and cold pressurised water. There is a mirror and lockers for storage.
Saloon - Light and airy saloon with seating around the large circular saloon table to port with the linear galley opposite. The table will drop to form a large double berth if required. The cabin is very light and airy giving a great feeling of space, due to the placement of large deck head and hullside windows and hatches/portlights. There is plenty of storage throughout.
Galley - The linnear galley is huge and runs down the port side of the saloon. There are double stainless steel sinks with h/c pressurised water, gimbaled gas cooker and large refridgerated top loading cool box. Storage is both outboard and below the counters on the galley side.
Aft heads - Situated aft to port with Jabsco maine flushing toilet and shower.
Navigation station - To starboard with large forward facing chart table. Navigation instruments, battery issolators and the ships electrical distribution pannel are sited here. There is plenty of general storage for nav equipement, charts etc..
Aft Cabins - Both cabins have large double berths and their own sinks. The starboard aft cabin has an extra single berth, offset.
Perkins/Volvo 50hp fresh water cooled diesel engine shaft driven through a Hirst gearbox to a 3 bladed fixed propellor.
Masthead sloop with a deck stepped silver alloy Francespar mast and boom supported via double spreaders with stainless steel standing rigging. There are fwd and aft lowers, caps and intermediate shrouds giving great security to the mast.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit with stantions and double guard wires surround an easaily navigated deck and large cockpit.
There are port and starboard side opening access gates. Double bow rollers and single stern roller on port side for stern anchor. Fwd, mid ship and aft mooring cleats with proper fairleads. 3 x dorade vents with stainless steel protection. Full length genoa tracks with towable cars and full width mainsheet track on coachroof. For additional security there are granny bars at the mast base. Primary halyards made off at mast with rope clutches and hoisted via mast winch. Main control lines lead aft to cockpit via Spinnlock rope clutches to two self tailing winches.
Winches - Lewmar 40 2 speed halyard (mast).
2 x Lewmar 40 ST 2 speed halyard (coach roof).
2 x Lewmar 52 ST 2 speed primary winches (cockpit).
2 x Lewmar 43 ST 2 speed secondary winches (cockpit).
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. Whilst we make best effort to obtain documentation from Vendors it is advisable to check what is available before travelling to view or making an offer.