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1989 Trader 41 Plus 2 Now £69,950
This well-presented Trader 41+2 offers excellent accommodation along with a good balance of performance, economy and sea keeping. “Harriet May” has been well maintained during her current ownership, has low engine hours and a high level of equipment including bow thruster, holding tank and Webasto heating. The owner will consider taking a smaller motorboat in part exchange as part of the sale. Please call our Kent – Chatham Office+44 - Click here to reveal phone number -
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Generous accommodation offering 6 berths in 3 cabins with full standing headroom throughout, the saloon could also be utilised to provide further berths if necessary. Forward cabin with large double V berth and storage lockers. Guest cabin to port with single bunk beds and a storage locker. Main heads compartment to starboard with an electric flush marine toilet, wash basin and shower. Steps up to the light and comfortable wheelhouse with large L-shaped dinette to port, helm position, sliding door to deck, chart area forward to starboard and steps to aft deck door. Steps down to a wrap round galley area equipped with a large 4-burner electric cooker with oven and grill, twin stainless-steel sinks, fridge and ample storage. Owners aft cabin with large offset island double berth, seating area, dressing table and storage lockers. Ensuite heads compartment with an electric flush marine toilet, washbasin with shower, low energy heated towel rail. Pressurised hot and cold-water system via calorifier and immersion heater. Carpets and curtains throughout. Radio CD player. TV and DVD player.
Located under wheelhouse sole, twin Volvo Penta TAMD 61A 306hp 6-cylinder turbo diesel engines (1870 hours), last serviced by the owner 2017. Freshwater cooled via heat exchangers. Morse dual single lever controls with electric start. Full engine instrumentation. Shaft drives to 3-bladed bronze propellers. Hydraulic trim tabs. Last out of water service anodes antifoul etc January 2018.
2 x 12-volt domestic batteries, 2 x 12-volt engine batteries, 1 x 12 volt bow thruster battery, charged via engine alternator. Shore power connection with 240-volt ring main, with battery charger, immersion coil for water heating and ring mains.
Anchor Windlass Lifeline gates Bathing platform 6 x Fenders 4 x Mooring warps Heavy duty davits new
Compass (Plastimo) Depth (Raymarine ST60) Speed/Log (Raymarine ST60) VHF Radio (ICOM) GPS (Raymarine) Chartplotter (Raymarine E120) Autopilot Clock/Barometer Navigation lights
4 x Fire extinguishers 1 x Engine bay fire extinguisher Smoke and C02 detector Fire blanket 3 x Bilge pumps (2 x electric, 1 x Manual)
Owners Brokers Comments
Owned by the current owner for the last 4 years, selling due to a change in personal circumstances. A considerable amount of work and expenditure has been carried out in this time. Bow thruster fitted, rudders removed a checked new gland packing fitted. Propeller shafts removed and checked with modern water seals fitted. Propellers removed checked and balanced. All the old teak decking removed and replaced with Permateak for easy maintenance. A purpose built low access door and step made into the port side. Anchor windlass removed and serviced. All ropes and fenders replaced. Flybridge seating and aft deck seating recovered, new flybridge cover. Old water tanks removed and fitted with new Vetus ones, new pressure expansion tank and high-volume water pump fitted. In the engine room new batteries and automatic charging system fitted. 3 colour cameras fitted which can be monitored via the chart plotter. Webasto Air Top diesel Evo 40 heating system with 4 outlets. In the cabins all windows removed serviced new glass and seals fitted. All lighting replaced with low energy lights. Galley refurbished with new sockets, switches, fridge, and microwave, new double sinks with Corian worktop. Also, many minor refurbishments have been made throughout the vessel.
History and Construction
Built in 1989 by Kha Shing for Tarquin Boat Company Ltd to a design by Tony Chappell and C Y Chuang as the 1990 London Boat Show boat and first launched in 1990. White long keel hard chine semi-displacement hull moulded in GRP with blue styling stripe. White GRP superstructure with Permateak laid decks. Flybridge with folding radar arch. Spacious exterior with wide, safe decks and large aft deck for entertaining outdoors. The hull has some random, very small and shallow blisters in the epoxy coating.
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