Sailing BoatsCuttersIsland TraderModel 41
The Island Trader 41 - is a classic bluewater ketch, with a wave slicing clipper bow and sheer lines designed by William Garden. As with many boats made in Taiwan she is extremely well built, and nicely accented with plenty of teak above and below decks. Originally named La Boatique, she spent the first 19 years sailing in the fresh water of the Great Lakes. She has since sailed to New Zealand, been shipped back to Florida and sailed extensively up and down the East Caribbean for the past 14 years. Considered a very desirable live-aboard cruising boat, she is spacious and comfortable. Magus has been meticulously looked after over the years - she is fully equipped and ready to go - conveniently located in the Caribbean.
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The layout offers up to seven berths in three cabins. There is full standing headroom (6’4”) and good ventilation throughout. In the forepeak: is a large V berth with access to anchor locker and two opening hatches; berth is surrounded by teak shelves. En-suite head to port with shower and Jabsco toilet, s/s sink with hot and cold pressurized water, Corian countertop and storage lockers. Opposite to head on starboard side teak hanging lockers and drawers. Moving aft is the saloon with a long bench seat to starboard which can convert into a double bunk, bench seat to port and collapsible dinette table along the center. The saloon is surrounded with teak panels and doors with dragons carved into the doors. Further aft of saloon to port is the navigation table with chair that swings to dinette table, electrical panel, and various electronic equipment. The galley runs to starboard with double s/s sink with hot and cold water & manual seawater pump. Corian worktops (2014), large refrigerator with freezer evaporator, Force10 gimballed 3 burner cooker and oven, ample storage, crockery & glasses included. Companionway stairs lead to cockpit. Engine room is behind stairs under cockpit. Aft of galley is the owners light and airy double cabin with opening ports and en-suite heads. Plenty of teak storage surrounds the transverse double bed. The en-suite bathroom lies to port with Jabsco toilet, s/s sink, Corian countertop, pressurize water and more storage.
Aft of the saloon, under cockpit is the Perkins 4.108 50hp diesel engine re-manufactured 2018 by BSH engineering coupled to a Borg-Warner Velvet drive gear box and shaft driven 3 bladed bronze prop. An assortment of engine spares and service history are included.
4 x 6 volt, Trojan 6VDC house batteries (2014) 1 x 12 volt Engine starter battery (2014) 1 x 12 volt Windless battery - Click here to reveal phone number -
volt shore power system Shopvac 110V- shore power or Honda only 125 amp Alternator 3 x 85 watt rigid Solar Panel (2006) 8 x 100 watt flexible Solar Panel (2014-18) Solar controllers MorningStar MPPT-45 Kiss wind generator Schamms wind controler MPPT (2018) Honda 2000 portable generator Xantrex Trucharge 2 battery charger (2016) ProWatt 2000 watt 110 volt inverter Xantrex Link 10 battery monitor Variety of LED and other light fittings
Spars and Sails
Masthead ketch rigged with aluminum masts & booms. s/s standing rigging (2004). 7’ mahogany bowsprit refurbished 2017. Bridge clearance 52’. SHEET WINCHES: 1 x main winch #30, 2 x jib #40, 2 x staysail #20, HALYARD WINCHES: 1 x main self-tailing #30, 1 x headsail #30, 1 mizzen #30 self tailing, 1 x mizzen #30. Mainsail – Quantum - 2017 Mizzen - Quantum - 2017 150% furling genoa -Quantum (red sun strip)- 2014 Staysail – Quantum - 2017 Spinnaker - w/sock -
Anchors: Claw 30kg with 180ft 5/16” chain, Delta 25kg with 30ft 5/16” chain + 200ft 3/4” rode Danforth 20kg with 10ft chain + 150ft rode 2 x Fortress FX37 with 15ft chain +150ft rode. Lofrans Tigres electric or manual anchor windlass ( Deck/chain washdown Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions and guard wires S/S dinghy davits Rail mounted block and hoist for dinghy. Red sprayhood for aft hatch Cockpit Bimini - SeaMark red with roll down doors, side and aft curtains with screens Large deck awning in 3 pieces, fwd, Main & aft (2017) Movable sun curtains, water catching system on main piece Cockpit table Swim ladder Various warps, fenders & jacklines
Horizon VHF radio with cockpit mic Advancesea echo sounder Garmin Gwind Wireless2 (2017) wind speed Garmin GPSMap 421 (2012) Compass Nexus Autopilot AIS Vesper Marine WatchMate (2015) Satelite Phone GlobalStar with car kit (2015) Radio PolyPlanar with saloon & cockpit speakers Clock (Weems) & ships bell (2014) Navigation lights Charts for East Caribbean + Florida +other
3 x Powder fire extinguishers (2018) Gas Alarm Fire Blanket 4 person life raft (refurbished 2018) Epirb Satellite 406 (battery replaced 2013) Radar reflector Handheld horn Flag + Strobe + Horseshoe Haul aboard horseshoe Throwing line RuleMatic Switch (2018) Jabsco 36600 (2014) automatic bilge pump connected to car horn Jabsco 29240 Manual Emergency tiller Panic button to spreader horn and lights & main hatch alarm 2 x Sospenders, flares + flare gun.
Highfield CL310 dinghy New 18hp Nissan 2 stroke Inflatable 2- person kayak Fishing pole, reels and box
Built in 1978 by Trans World Boat Building Co in Taiwan. Magus has a one piece GRP laminated hull with encapsulated keel. The bow and the stern are teak while the rest of the decks are fibreglass painted with two part protection. Wheel steering.
New Anti-fouling November 2019. New cutlass bearing and the anode on the prop shaft - November 2019. All thru hulls are in good to excellent order replaced with bronze in 2018.
Magus has a Delaware, United States registration and there are no known outstanding encumbrances.
The company normally acts as brokers for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part. General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferaft, fire extinguishers and flares etc., are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on board as part of the sale of a used vessel, may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owner’s specific needs.
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