The much treasured Vindö 40 (just under 31 feet) was built in Sweden. This Volvo diesel engine swapped out for an electric drive. A GRP hull with mahogany superstructure and teak deck, with aluminum spars. An example of 1st class Swedish workmanship.
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This Vindö 40 was built in 1975 and was one of some 650 built. She is a well designed fast cruiser with the family comforts of a larger yacht. GRP long-keeled hull with mahogany superstructure and teak decks, with high standards of workmanship.
Length Overall: 9.43m / 30'8"
Length at Waterline: 7.5m / 24'7"
Beam: 2.95m / 7'8"
Max Draft: 1.4m / 4'8"
Displacement: 5,200kg / 8,830lbs
Ballast: 1,900kg / 3,750lbs
10.5kw electric motor by Motenergy (ME1115 dual-stator bushless) with a 1-2 ratio drive shaft to 3 blade fixed prop. No rope cutter. 48v controller.
Power: 4 x 110ah in series to give 48v for the electric motor
Black water holding tank: 50l
The cockpit has enough seating and is well thought-out, comfortable and self-draining with good lockers.
Two berths up forward with an insert to make it into a double - good storage. The heads is aft of the forecabin on the port side with sea toilet and slide-out wash basin.
Opposite the heads is a large closet for further stowage.
The saloon will seat at least six, and adapts to a large double and single berth with good stowage under the berths and in side lockers - so plenty of storage for extended cruising.
The galley is spacious with everything handy, even in bad weather. Two-burner Origo cooker, salt-water pump, and a cool box.
The navigation station is opposite the galley to starboard and there is plenty of space for charts and electronic equipment.
Aft of the nav area is a good-sized quarter berth.
The heater is a wallas 2400, it's a paraffin space heater that sits on the wall in the head; currently not working. There is a small electric heater for use with shorepower.
1 x mainsail
3 x headsails
1 x spinnaker and pole
Electrical and Navigation kit
12v and 48v
300 Watt solar panel running 2 Victron mppt solar controllers, 1 powering the 48 v battery bank for the motor, the other powering a 12 v service battery system
(Service battery damaged)
Lights, autopilot, depth sounder, battery charger, stereo and speakers included.
Bilge pump runs off of service battery
VHF by Icom with DSC
Garmin Fishfinder 100 Blue
Fenders and warps
Anchor and chain
Windvane self-steering kit/plans for Hebridean servo pendulum wind vane (not installed)
Clock and barometer