North Wind NW40Ref. VP241

North Wind NW40

A cruiser-racer that marked an era in the Spanish yachting. Fast, perfect going up-wind, ample for her moment. This unit only needs aesthetic care.

EUR 29,900 ,-

Overview

Yard:Industrial North Wind
Design:Angus Primrose
Model:NW 40
Building Year:1978
Ensign:Spanish
Hull Structure:GRP
Deck Structure:GRP

Details

L.O.A.:12.00 m. Convert to metersfeets 36.58 feets
L.W.L.:9.16 m. 27.92 feets
Beam:3.72 m. 11.34 feets
Draft:1.98 m. 6.04 feets
Displacement:8.45 8.45 Tm. Tm.

Rig

Type:Sloop
Winches:Lewmar: 2x48st + 3x40- Antal: 6
Genova Furling:Profurl, new ball bearings
Main Furling:
Spinnaker Pole:Yes

Deck Hard-ware

Windlass:Quick electric
Anchors:2 x Cqr
Tender:Selva 250
Outboard:Suzuki 2,5 cv
Safety equipment:Spanish 60 miles
E.P.I.R.B.:ACR

Engine System

Engine:Solé Mini 44
Power:42 cv
Year:2005
Serviced:Every Year
Hours:4.000 h. approx
Transmission:Shaft
Propeller:Fixed, three blades
Bowthruster:
Fuel Tank:180 l.

Sails

Main-sail:Terylene, Funmar (2018)
Jib:
Genoa:Terylene, furling, Funmar (2015)
Try-sail:Yes, with separate stay
Stay-sail:
Mizzen:
Spinnaker:
Gennaker:

Electronics

Log:Raymarine ST60+ Tridata
Depth-sounder:Raymarine ST60+ Tridata
Wind Station:Raymarine ST60
Autopilot:Raymarine 6002 Smartpilot
VHF Radio:Lowrance Lwr250 Dsc
GPS:Raymarine A50D + Garmin Gps Map 196
Plotter:Raymarine A50D + Garmin Gps Map 196
Radar:
Other:

Electric System

Voltage:12V/220V
Batteries:80Ah engine + 2x100Ah services
Generator:
Inverter:500W
Batteries charger:Dolphin Premium 12V/25A

Internal lay-out

Cabins:2
Total Beds:4 + 3
Heads:1
Showers:1 + ext
Hot water:
Water Tank:200 l.
Holding-Tank:Yes
Fridge:Yes
Oven:
Air Conditionning:
Washing Machine:
Water-maker:
Miscellaneous:

Barcos Singulares Comments

The North Wind 40 has been a protagonist of the history of the yachting in Spain, even though it was built in less than 40 units, between the Manifacturas Mistral and Astilleros North Wind yards. It is still today one of the most valued on the second hand boats market. First units were characterised by the short roof, which leaves the mast free and by the inner placed main winches, close to the companion-way, a comfortable position choosen also today by some yards. The 25 units that Orlando Sanciveli, owner of the North Wind Yard, built spot an elogated roof that includes the mast thus giving more room and light to the interior. The main winches are in the traditional position, on the cockpit coamings and allow for longer seats. Angus Primrose designed this model for racing purposes and in fact the first boat, we can consider her the prototype, won the Fastnet in her cathegory. Manifacturas Mistral then purchased the design rights and built a small cruiser that has been always known by her furious up-wind habilities, her delicate down-wind sailing and her complicated astern manoeuvres while motoring in harbours. The NW40 is a boat that has an important place in the Spanish yachting heritage. A boat that still nowadays, after more than forty years of being designed, can still fight against modern boats. The offered unit has two separate cabins forward, one starboard side, the other in the f'c'sle, after the head compartment. She is in fine sailing shape, with a well cared engine, recent sails, a good electronics set, though a bit old, an electric system renovated a few years ago. She needs aesthetic work: polishing outside and new varnishes inside. Her owner sailed all around the Med and still does it until he sells the boat.

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    These details are believed to be correct but not guaranteed. This specification can not form part of any contract. The purchaser should instruct his surveyor and/or agent to investigate any detail he wants validated. The boat is offered subject to prior sale, price change, inventory change or withdrawal without notice.
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