Have you dreamed of sailing off to exotic places on a vessel that would make you proud? "Spirit Healer" is just that vessel!
She is an extremely well-maintained William Garden designed CT 41. She's a full-keeled cutter-rigged ketch, with wooden spars (obsessively maintained), BRAND NEW tanbark sails, new wiring, etc. Her owner has lovingly restored her and addressed any issues she had prior to her coming into his life. Here's why she's amazing:
She was very lightly damaged in Hurricane Matthew, which is why the price is so competitive. Pease see the photo. The damage is purely cosmetic, in the gelcoat, and part of the teak rail was knocked loose. She rubbed against her dock--there was no further damage and is NO hidden damage. This boat is solid. The repair would be easy to do and would not be costly.
I would love to take you to see her. Call me! "Spirit Healer" is what dreams are made of...at a great and NEGOTIABLE price!
The craftsmanship on these boats is what set them aside--and the quality of maintenance on this particular one is what sets her aside even more. From the moment you enter the cabin, you are greeted by old-style comfort. The rich teak and mahogany details transport you back to a time when pleasureboats were built like ships. She has a spacious U-shaped galley, with tons of storage, to port, and the nav station and quarterberth are to starboard. There is a comfortable dinette and a settee with a beautiful diesel marine heater,
The head features a separate stall shower, which is a huge plus and a rare find on boats this size. The space in the bow is built into a storage/workshop space, and has a lot of room and potential to be used as a small cabin, storage, or workbench space. The owner's berth is across from the head.
You have to go aboard this boat to appreciate the beauty! Call me! 305-807-4096
Brand new tanbark sails
Spars just pulled, sounded, treated and varnished (no rot anywhere!)
Teak decks re-bunged and maintained
Beautiful woodwork and DRY interior! No leaks!
Brand new wiring
Raymarine C70 integrated navigation system
Furuno Radar 1715 Model
Set up for both stern and bow anchoring
Rare cutter-rigged ketch
Beautiful woodwork inside and out
Engine maintained regularly
Standing and running rigging new
U-shaped galley for cooking at sea
Freedom HF1800 inverter
Xantrax LinkLITE battery monitor
Raymarine ST7002 autopilot with remote
Icom IC M422 VHF
Frigoboat 12v refrigeration
Force 10 gimbaled stove and oven
Handheld backup Garmin GPS 76
Raynav 550 Loran C (for those places where Loran is still used!)
Digital depth sounder and alarm
ACR Aqualink Personal Locator Beacon
Separate stall shower
Classic diesel stove for cool climates
Original Perkins engine has been well-maintained and lightly used. New alternator. Great access.
All steel tanks have been removed and cleaned and polished and refinished with airplane-grade paint as needed
So much storage!
Manuals for everything
This boat has a very small amount of cosmetic damage to her gelcoat from rubbing against the dock during Hurricane Matthew. You can see its full extent in the final photo. The owner planned to fix this but ran out of time. This work that could be easily done (and she's in a DIY yard!) by the buyer and the owner is willing to negotiate the price accordingly. There is NOTHING structurally wrong with this boat, and she's in amazing condition other than this little scratch in her side!
I'm always looking for great listings for my clients! Please contact me if you have a boat you would like to sell!
Melanie Sunshine Neale
Licensed & Bonded Yacht & Ship Salesperson
Out-of-State buyers can now buy and use their boat in beautiful Florida for 180 days with No Florida Sales Tax! Ask your EYS broker how!