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List of equipment - Finngulf 41 - 2007
Finngulf 41, 3 cabin version from 2007 in a good condition with an extensive list of equipment including brand new High Spec sails.
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Finngulf 41 was built at the famous Finngulf Yachts in Finland. This yard along with those of Nauticat and Swan represented the the best of finnish boat building with a sense of attention to detail in any aspect. The yachts built at Finngulf represents the best of quality contemplating top quality interior along with the quality in design leading to these boats having supreme sailing and seakeeping abilities.
A Finngulf 41 is at home in any condition that being a coastal cruise or a long range ocean transit. The on board comfort is of highest quality and despite its design for sailing optimization you will find surprisingly good and well thought through space on for both a comfortable crew and sufficient stores and equipment.
This Finngulf 41 is in a very good condition having been looked well after by its two owners. Present owner has since his ownership made a number of upgrades and renewals such as a new sprayhood, a cockpit extension, a lazypack, electric toilet and finally this year he invested in a new set of High Spec sails from One Sails.
This FG-41 is a three cabin version enabling up to 6 people a comfortable living condition – even on a longer passage. The pantry is designed for easy and safe cooking at sea.
The boat is now up and dry inside at Gilleleje Boatyard near Copenhagen.
Check out the Finngulf website: Finngulf.fi
For a complete equipment list, please open the PDF above. Below a few samples listed.:
Lenght: 12,5 m
Beam: 3,86 m
Draft: approx. 2 m
Hight a wl: 19,3 m
Displacement: ca 8500 kg
Engine: Volvo Penta D2-55, 975 hours
Black water tank: 77 liter
Fuel: 145 liter
New high spec sails from OneSails
Eberspächer D4 Airtronic heater
3x110 Ah consumption
Garmin 4012 plotter
Raymarine 6001plus autopilot
Link to the official brochure