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1967 Bristol 39' (11.89 m) 39

SIGNE 39ft Bristol Yacht For Sale

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SIGNE 39ft Bristol Yacht For Sale

Kris Grimnes East Coast Yacht Sales

  • 1-207-846-4545

Harpswell, Maine, United States

Signe is spectacular the love and attention that went into the major 2005 refit with continued upgrades makes this boat turn key for immediate enjoyment. read the complete listing to get a complete sense of everything that went into this fine vessel..

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SIGNE is spectacular! The love and attention that went into the major 2005 refit with continued upgrades makes this boat turn key for immediate enjoyment. Read the complete listing to get a complete sense of everything that went into this fine vessel.  

Specifications

LOA: 39' 2'' (11.94 Meters)

Type: Sail- Used

Beam: 10' 9''

Draft Max: 5' 6''

  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 22 Gallons (83.28 Liters)

Fresh Water: 75 Gallons (283.91 Liters)

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SIGNE 39ft Bristol Yacht For Sale

  • Engine Make: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH3E
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 40.00
  • Hours: 705.00
  • Hours Date: 01-01-2022

Full Details

Descriptions.

Refit overview

Refit Overview

The second owner of Signe commissioned an extensive two year refit program to be performed by professional shipwrights. The following is a description of primary project tasks that were completed in the spring of 2005.

Mast/Rigging

Both masts and booms were completely stripped, sanded, primed and finish painted with oyster white Awlgrip. Stainless steel fasteners, tangs, pins, bearings, fittings and other hardware were either refurbished or replaced. All halyards were changed from external to internal along with new electric wiring, lights, winches, rope clutches and cleats. New inline, wing-shaped spreaders for both masts were installed in addition to new standing/running rigging and two Selden Furlex jib furling/reefing units.

Exterior Woodwork

All exterior teak woodwork including toe rails, handrails, taffrail, cockpit coaming, eyebrow and companionway trim were removed. Each item, plus additional pieces and a new bowsprit were then custom designed and crafted from select Burmese teak and installed to create a graceful, traditional sheer line in combination with other aesthetically pleasing brightwork.

Exterior Metalwork

All exterior stainless steel, aluminum and bronze metalwork including cleats,

chocks, fittings, T-tracks, portlights, stanchions, lifelines, pulpits, pushpits and other hardware were removed. Each item was then custom designed and fabricated with the exception of the bronze genoa tracks and the aluminum opening portlights that were refurbished.

Interior Woodwork

All of the new teak and mahogany joinery is custom designed and crafted including

the companionway structure/trim, stairway, engine enclosure, navigation station, chart table, main/transom berths, head, bulkheads/partitions, fiddles, and hull ceiling which are all finished with Epifanes satin, rubbed effect varnish.

Decks/Topsides/Bottom

After the exterior woodwork and metalwork were completely removed from the boat, every exterior surface was faired, sanded and primed to be finished coated in accordance with the following schedule

Cockpit seats/Sole, Cabin top & Deck: Awlgrip non-skid Color: 50/50 Moon Dust/Oyster White with Non-Glare Agent

Cabin/Dockpit Sides, Waterways, Boot Stripe: Awlgrip in color Oyster White

Cove Stripe: Awlgrip in color Pale Gold

Topsides: Awlgrip in color Flag Blue

Bottom: Interlux Micron Extra in color Red

Accommodations

The interior of the vessel consists of a forward cabin, head, main salon, galley, and navigation station. The cabin sole is teak and holly, and the majority of the interior joinery is teak and mahogany with a satin varnish finish. There is an abundance of natural light and ventilation with four large fixed and six smaller opening ports, two large dorades, and one oversized hatch in the forward cabin.

Forward Cabin

Features a V-berth with filler. Forward of the berth are two opening doors to the forward chain locker with dorade for ventilation and two chain pipes. Above the berth the hull is lined with varnished mahogany ceiling and there are full length storage shelves with fiddles. Below the berth, there are four drawers and two opening cupboards. Aft of the berth to starboard is a hanging locker. The forward cabin has two opening ports, one large overhead hatch, and a vent to a dorade box on deck providing ventilation and light. There are two swivel halogen chrome reading lights.

Immediately aft of the forward cabin and to port is the enclosed head which can be accessed from either the main or forward cabin through two full-height doors while preserving privacy for both the main salon and forward cabin. The head features a fresh water Vetus electric head plumbed with a y-valve to the holding tank. It is a USCG approved MSD type 3 sanitary system. Outboard of the head are two cupboard doors providing storage and access. The Formica counter has a round stainless steel sink, pressure hot and cold water faucet, and full teak fiddle. Outboard of the counter are six drawers providing storage. Below the counter are an additional four drawers and a cupboard door providing storage and access. There is an opening port and vent to a dorade box on deck providing light and ventilation. Two swivel halogen chrome lights provide ample lighting. The molded floor with shower drain has a teak grating.

Aft of the forward cabin and to starboard is a large hanging locker. Aft of the hanging

locker is a bureau with shelf and four drawers and one cupboard below. Above the bureau shelf is a vertical sliding cupboard door providing storage with a shelf. The main salon has pull out berths to port and starboard with drawers and pilot berths making up the back rest, with additional cupboards below. Above the berths are varnished mahogany ceilings. There are three opening ports and four large fixed ports providing ample light. A single OceanAir curtain on the port and starboard sides cover the two large fixed ports and one small opening port. Three swivel halogen chrome reading lights and one overhead light provide ample light to the main salon. There are cushions on all bunks and pilot berths.

Furthest aft on the port side with an L shaped configuration. The stainless steel sink is supplied with hot and cold pressure water and a manual faucet. The water supply is fed from a 75 gallon water tank, which is pressurized in the head and galley by a 12 volt pressure actuated pump. The vessel is also equipped with a stainless steel Isotemp water heater, which can be heated with a 120v AC element in the tank and by circulating hot water from the engine. There is a large top loading, fully insulated icebox equipped with refrigeration. The single burner electric stove is concealed by a Formica countertop that connects with the rest of the counter and fiddles. Below the stove are two large pull-out drawers. Outboard of the icebox is a full-length locker with sliding doors with a built in microwave located just forward. There is one swivel halogen chrome light and one overhead light.

Navigation Station

Aft of the starboard settee and directly across from the galley is the navigation station and chart table with all electronic controls and DC/AC panels on an opening door and flip down wood electrical panel. Batteries are housed behind an access panel located under the chart table. To the outboard is a full-length locker with sliding doors and below is a Formica counter with fiddle and large locker door providing access to additional storage.

Hull/Deck/Hardware & Ground Tackle

Hull Material: Solid Fiberglass Laminate

Framing Material: Bonded Bulkheads

Deck Material: Cored Fiberglass Laminate

Deck Frames: Bulkheads

Hull to Deck Fastenings: Bonded & Bolted

Superstructure Material: Cored Fiberglass Laminate

Keel Fastenings: Encapsulated

Keel Type: Full

Ballast Keel Material: Lead

Ballast Keel Weight: 6,500 lb

Steering Controls: Cable to Wheel

Sea Cocks: Bronze Ball Valves

Anchor: #1 35 lb. CQR

Chain: #1 5/16” x 75’

Anchor Rhode: Braided Nylon

Size: ¾” x 300’ +/-

Dock Lines: 8

Spars, Rigging & Sails

Rig Type: Yawl with Double Head Sails/Bowsprit

Mast Material: Aluminum Extrusion

Rigging Material: 1X19 Stainless Steel Cable

Running Rigging: Yacht Braid

Mast Step: Keel Stepped

Spars: Stripped and Awlgrip painted 2005

Standing/Running Rigging: Replaced 2005

Lifelines: Replaced 2005

Roller Furling IFS/FS: Selden Furlex 300S, Selden Furlex 200S (2009)

Primary: (2) Barient 28

Secondary: (2) Barient 22, (1) Barient 16

All sails made by Doyle Sailmakers

ï‚· Yankee (2007)

ï‚· Staysail (2010)

ï‚· Main (2010)

ï‚· Mizzen (2010)

Dutchman system on main and mizzen (2012)

Custom canvas

ï‚· All canvas is Sunbrella “toast” color with leather reinforcement at stress points; all custom

frames are stainless steel

ï‚· Dodger (2020)

ï‚· Pedestal cover (2020)

ï‚· Winch pad covers (2020)

ï‚· Hand rail covers (2020)

ï‚· Sail covers (2020)

Propulsion: 40hp Diesel, (New in 2005)

Engine Cooling: Fresh Water

Make: Yanmar

Model: 3JH3E

Serial Number: A01810

Engine Hours: 705

Reduction Gear: Kanzaki 2.62.1

Engine Controls: Push/Pull Cable

Propeller Shaft: 1” Stainless Steel (2005)

Propeller: 14d x 12p 3-Blade Bronze (2005)

Propeller Shaft Seal: PSS Dripless (2005)

Fuel Tank: 22 Gallons (2005)

Fuel Tank Material: Aluminum/Grounded (2005)

Electrical, Electronics & Navigation

Electrical System: 12v DC & 120v AC (2005)

Shore Power System: 30 Amp (2005)

Batteries: (3) Mastervolt SL 200AH AGM, (1) Mastervolt 70AH AGM (2015)

Battery Cutout Electrical Switch: (2) Vapor Tight

120v AC Battery Charger: 100 Amp in Inverter

Engine Alternator: Hitachi 80 Amp

Wiring: Multi Strand Plastic Coated Copper

Mastervolt 12/2500 MASS Combi Inverter & Charger (2010)

Wind/Depth/Speed: Raymarine ST60 (2006)

GPS: Raymarine C80 (2006)

Weather Receiver: Raymarine SR50

VHG Radio: Standard Horizon Intrepid

Compass: Ritchie 8” Stainless Steel Binnacle

Plumbing, Head & Galley

Fresh Water Tank: 1 Monel

Fresh Water Fill: Weather Deck

Fresh Water Capacity: 75 Gallons (estimated)

Delivery System: Pressure hot and cold; Whale pipe work system and pump (2011)

Water Heater: Isotemp 6.6 Gallon Stainless Steel Slim B 25 (2010)

Bilge Pumps: (2) Auto/Electric, Manual

Head Toilets: (1) Vetus Fresh Water Electric (2010)

Holding Tank: Plastic MSD Type 3 (2010)

Washdown System: Jabsco (2011)

Refrigeration: Sea Frost cold plate / Glacier Bay vacuum panel box (2010)

Galley Cooktop: Kenyon ceramic 1 burner 120v (2012)

Microwave: Frigidaire (2012)

Safety and Coast Guard Equipment

Life Preservers: 8 Type: II

Main Overboard Device: Type IV Throwable

Discharge of Oil Placard: Yes

MARPOL Trash Placard: Yes

Fire Extinguishers: 2

Type: ABC, ABC Dry Chemical (B:40)

Location: Cabin

Manufacture Date: 2004

Mechanical Disclaimer

Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

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Kris Grimnes

After graduating from Colorado College in 2000, Kris went to work for Hinckley Yachts. Soon after, Kris restored a 1973 Pearson 36 and sailed down to the Caribbean where he lived aboard and worked in the marina and charter boat industry.

Upon returning to Maine, Kris earned an MBA degree and worked for Harbor Technologies, a startup company in the marine composites industry, while also teaching composite boat building courses at the Maine Advanced Technology Center. In 2012 he had the opportunity to buy Buck's Harbor Marine, a small marina and charter boat business in Brooksville, Maine, which he owned and operated for several years.

In 2021 Kris moved from Blue Hill to Yarmouth, along with his wife and their three children, to join the East Coast Yacht Sales team. He is enthusiastic about all kinds of boats and enjoys helping clients find their perfect boat.

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1969 Bristol 39

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Ted Hood / Dieter Empacher design, one of the first offerings of Bristol Yachts. Built by Clinton Pearson, a pioneer of fiberglass boat building. This model features a centerboard and yawl rig combination and is fully outfitted for off shore blue-water cruising with the safety features of an offshore boat. This boat get compliments in every harbor and port of call and is easy to recognize with its custom Blue Moon graphic on the Mizzen sail. I can’t help myself and look back at this boat every time I leave her. Re-varnished Mahogany and Teak interior, Cabin sole with a wrap around collapsible dinette featuring folding leaf’s for comfortable access. A spacious head with shower. The cabin interior, deck, cabin top and cockpit have been re-painted / varnished over the last 8 years. All ports and windows replaced / upgraded with stronger windows and opening ports. Two huge cockpit lockers for stowage. Flag Blue Hull (Awl grip) Boat has been hauled every year and maintained. Masts were last pulled in 2016 for full rigging inspection, Chain plates replaced. Centerboard cable inspected every year and last replaced in 2015. Mizzen was upgraded with stronger mast and mizzen chain plates were increased from 1/4” to 3/16”. Main Boom replaced with new Spar with internal sheaves along with new gooseneck to support running lines to cockpit. All sails (Squeteague Sailmakers) replaced since 2013-2014. Engine was last rebuilt in 2001, and last pulled for inspection, new gaskets, oil seals in 2016. 30 Gallon Diesel tank on new saddles / retaining straps cleaned & Pressure tested in 2018, 90 gallons of water in 2 tanks (1 new 2017), 20 gallon holding tank. A full list of inspections, maintenance and upgrades since 2007 is available upon request. We have owned / loved BLUEMOON for 11 years and have recently decided to get another Bristol based on the excellent experience we had with her.

Equipment: - Westerbeke 4-107 Diesel - 14” 3 blade propeller with Tides Marine Seal, new SS shaft, coupling and cutlass bearing (2020). Engine beds strengthened and all engine mounts replaced prior to shaft alignment while engine removed. - Balmar 100 amp alternator with smartcharge controller - 30 amp AC Shorepower with 40 amp Battery Charger - 300 Amp House bank AGM Batteries (2018) - 105 Amp Start AGM Battery (2020) - 200 Watts Solar with MPPT Controller - Raymarine E7D GPS / Chart plotter/ Depth with 18” Digital Radar (Bluetooth Wireless for tablet / phone) (2015) - Tacktic Wind / Speed / Depth interfaced with Chart plotter (2014) - Raymarine Below Decks Linear drive autopilot (2015) - Standard Horizon GX2200 VHF with DSC / GPS/ AIS and load hailer / Fog Horn. - All existing Seacocks Inspected, lapped & Blue checked. Any existing Ball Valves were removed and replaced with proper Marine grade thru-hulls and seacocks (2018) - Full Lightening Protection to ABYC Standards on Main and Mizzen (All Stays & Shrouds) through a bonding Plate below the waterline. - Blipper Radar Reflector mounted on Mizzen Mast. -Lighting upgraded to / replaced with LED. - CNG 3 burner Stove and 12000 BTU Newport Cabin Heater CNG is safer than LPG and comes with 2 tanks and an adapter to fill your own tanks (- Frigoboat 35F Capri Air Cooled Refrigeration with Adaptive energy Optimization and Guardian digital / programable temperature controller. - 12 Gallon Raritan Hot Water Heater Engine and AC Power. - 1100 GPH Rule primary Bilge pump, backup Shurflo 2000 GPH Bilge pump. Manual Whale Gusher in Cockpit. All Bilge pumps on Ultra Safety Systems bilge switches. -Wilcox Crittenden Skipper-2 Head (Bronze & Porcelain) with 2 rebuild kits. - Johnson Shower Sump w/ pump & float switch - Main: loose footed 2 2 with 2 reefs. Mizzen: loose footed full battened with 1 reef, Genoa: 135% on Selden roller furler. Sails inspected & repaired at Sailmakers loft every 2 years. Spinnaker in an ATN Chute Scoop, ATN Storm Jib, Mizzen Staysail. Extra set of Main / Mizzen / Genoa (age unknown) Lazy Jacks on Main & Mizzen. Whisker. Tri-Reacher Pole mounted on lifeline stanchions. - Viking 4 person offshore Liferaft in Valise stowed on custom shelf in Stbd Cockpit Locker (Overdue for re-pack). SOLAS Off Shore Flares, MOB Sling & Inflatable Flag/Marker. Emergency Boarding Ladder. - Global Fix EPIRB on Hydrostatic release. - Double Lifelines with P&S Boarding Gates (2016). - Teak Boarding / Swim Ladder stows on cabin top underway. - Smoke Detector / two CO Alarms. - Rechargeable Flashlight. - Four A-B-C Fire Extinguishers. - there is more, I will add more from day to day. If you want a full list and more pictures, contact me and I will provide. The boat is available in the water until Mid October for show and will be hauled 1st week of November.

Rig and Sails

Auxilary power, accomodations, calculations.

The theoretical maximum speed that a displacement hull can move efficiently through the water is determined by it's waterline length and displacement. It may be unable to reach this speed if the boat is underpowered or heavily loaded, though it may exceed this speed given enough power. Read more.

Classic hull speed formula:

Hull Speed = 1.34 x √LWL

Max Speed/Length ratio = 8.26 ÷ Displacement/Length ratio .311 Hull Speed = Max Speed/Length ratio x √LWL

Sail Area / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the power of the sails relative to the weight of the boat. The higher the number, the higher the performance, but the harder the boat will be to handle. This ratio is a "non-dimensional" value that facilitates comparisons between boats of different types and sizes. Read more.

SA/D = SA ÷ (D ÷ 64) 2/3

  • SA : Sail area in square feet, derived by adding the mainsail area to 100% of the foretriangle area (the lateral area above the deck between the mast and the forestay).
  • D : Displacement in pounds.

Ballast / Displacement Ratio

A measure of the stability of a boat's hull that suggests how well a monohull will stand up to its sails. The ballast displacement ratio indicates how much of the weight of a boat is placed for maximum stability against capsizing and is an indicator of stiffness and resistance to capsize.

Ballast / Displacement * 100

Displacement / Length Ratio

A measure of the weight of the boat relative to it's length at the waterline. The higher a boat’s D/L ratio, the more easily it will carry a load and the more comfortable its motion will be. The lower a boat's ratio is, the less power it takes to drive the boat to its nominal hull speed or beyond. Read more.

D/L = (D ÷ 2240) ÷ (0.01 x LWL)³

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds.
  • LWL: Waterline length in feet

Comfort Ratio

This ratio assess how quickly and abruptly a boat’s hull reacts to waves in a significant seaway, these being the elements of a boat’s motion most likely to cause seasickness. Read more.

Comfort ratio = D ÷ (.65 x (.7 LWL + .3 LOA) x Beam 1.33 )

  • D: Displacement of the boat in pounds
  • LOA: Length overall in feet
  • Beam: Width of boat at the widest point in feet

Capsize Screening Formula

This formula attempts to indicate whether a given boat might be too wide and light to readily right itself after being overturned in extreme conditions. Read more.

CSV = Beam ÷ ³√(D / 64)

See BRISTOL 40. BRISTOL 39 and 40 are nearly identical though dimensions changed slightly for all models. Production (39) 1966-1971 Number built - 58 Production (40) 1970-1997 Number built - 149 A keel/cb version (BRISTOL 39 CB)was also available. Keel/CB - draft: BD: 7.8’; BU: 4.0’

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Bristol 39/40

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Bristol 39/40

The Bristol 39 and Bristol 40 are basically the same boat, even though the specifications state that the Bristol 40 is nearly a foot longer than the Bristol 39. According to the builder, the hull sections aft were made slightly fuller on the Bristol 40, and the stemhead fitting was altered. After very careful scaling of plans, we can say with reasonable confidence that from one end of the hull to the other, excluding the bow pulpit and the anchor roller, the Bristol 39 and Bristol 40 are about 39′ 8″ long. Whether you call it a 39-footer or a 40-footer is up to you.

But this is not a 40′ boat in the modern sense. Yes, if you take a tape measure to the boat, you’ll read almost 40′. But if you go below, you’ll swear you stepped onto a 33′ boat—at least if you’re used to looking at the 33-footers built today.

With a waterline length of 27′ 6″ and a beam of 10′ 9″, The Bristol 40’s proportions are about as typical as you can get of cruising/racing sailboats built between about 1930, when the CCA (Cruising Club of America) rule was conceived, and 1970, when it was replaced by the International Offshore Rule (IOR). For those 40 years, about 30% of the average boat’s length was in overhangs. Today, you find the waterline length and beam of the Bristol 40 on boats less than 35′ long.

About 150 Bristol 40s were built. This does not include the relatively small number of boats in the Bristol 39 series.

The 39 was one of the first models built by Bristol Yachts, entering production in 1966. Beginning with 1972 models, the boat was rechristened the Bristol 40. The last Bristol 40 was built in 1986.

If you like traditional yachts, you’ll find the Bristol 40 appealing. The boat has the long overhangs, lovely sheerline, low freeboard, narrow cabin trunk undistorted hull shape, and narrow beam we associate with the beautiful yachts of the past. If you didn’t know she was a Ted Hood design, you might mistake her for a boat by Olin Stephens, John Alden, or Phil Rhodes. The trade-off for these traditional good looks is a boat with a small interior compared to today’s 40- footers.

Sailing Performance “Fast” is a very relative term when you’re talking about sailboats. The Bristol 40 is not fast relative to more modern 40-footers, but her performance is similar to that of other boats of her length built under the CCA rule, when boats were heavier and shorter on the waterline than they are today. The boat is close in speed, for example, to the Hinckley Bermuda 40 yawls with the original low aspect ratio rig. It is about 30 seconds per mile slower, however, than the Cal 40—a boat of the same length on deck, but with a longer waterline, less wetted surface and slightly less displacement.

In both keel and centerboard versions, the Bristol 40 is a fairly tippy boat, as you would expect from her narrow beam, shoal draft, and modest amount of ballast. Like “fast,” however, “tippy” is a relative term.

Most narrow boats have relatively low initial stability, even if their ultimate stability is good. For example, the McCurdy and Rhodes 62-footer Arcadia, built in 1972, is about 2′ narrower than a new IOR 60- footer would be, and has a righting moment about 15% lower than that of the new boat, even though Arcadia is significantly heavier.

Yet Arcadia’s range of positive stability is about 143°, while the typical “modern” racer/cruiser loses positive stability at 120° or less.

Unfortunately, being narrow and tippy doesn’t guarantee a good range of ultimate stability. The keel version of the Bristol 40 loses positive righting moment at about 120°—the absolute minimum we would consider for a serious offshore cruiser. The centerboard version’s range of stability is less—about 110° for the only boat rated under the International Measurement System (IMS).

It is not unusual for centerboarders to have very low positive stability. The Hinckley Bermuda 40— the classic keel-centerboarder—typically loses stability at an even lower angle than the centerboard Bristol 40, yet few people would consider the boat unsuitable for passage making.

Owners report that the Bristol 40 is very sensitive to the amount of sail carried. We’d suggest a modern headsail reefing/furling system for shorthanded cruising to reduce the number of headsail changes required. Like most CCA boats, the Bristol 40 is a good reaching boat, lacking the rounding-up tendency of many modern boats with full sterns. The trade-off is that the boat tends to squat when running downwind, digging a hole that’s hard to climb out of. A Bristol 40 with a full keel won the 1983 Marion- Bermuda Race, an event that consisted largely of four days of close reaching in light to moderate breezes.

Because the boat is narrow, there is no need to move the genoa track inboard of the toerail. The only real disadvantage of toerail-mounted genoa track is that you may have to relead the sheet to clear stanchions when changing headsails or reducing sail area with a headsail furler, unless there are turning blocks at the aft end of the genoa track.The two most common mainsheet arrangements on the boat are a short traveler spanning the cockpit immediately in front of the steering wheel, or a longer traveler over the coachroof in front of the companionway. The short traveler in the cockpit doesn’t really offer much mainsail control, but it is a convenient location for the sheet.

The rig is a basic masthead sloop or yawl, using an untapered, keel-stepped anodized mast with single spreaders and double lower shrouds: basically foolproof. The lower shroud chainplates do not line up exactly with the pull of the shrouds, which will tend to fatigue the chainplates over time, as well as increasing the likelihood of leaks due to an unfair pulling angle.

Since this is a boat that was in production for the better part of 20 years, it’s difficult to generalize about the sailing gear you’ll find. On the Bristol 40s we’ve looked at, the stock winches tend to be one or two sizes smaller than we’d put on the boat today. You’re unlikely to find self-tailers on older models.

A lot of Bristol 40s were built as yawls. While the yawl rig is pretty and looks very traditional, the mizzen is generally only useful to help balance the helm, as a convenient place to mount a radar  antenna, and to serve as a support for a mizzen staysail on the rare occasion that it pays to carry one. The mizzen makes the boat more tippy and increases windage—disadvantages for upwind sailing.

Engine Before 1970, Bristol 39s came with either Atomic 4 or Graymarine gas engines. Later model 39s and Bristol 40s were powered either by the Atomic 4 or by a variety of diesels, including the Westerbeke 4-91, Westerbeke 4-107 and 4-108, Perkins 4-108, or Volvo MD2B and MD3B engines. That should be enough variety to satisfy everyone.

The Westerbeke and Perkins 4-108s are essentially the same engine, and in our opinion would be the best engine for the boat, although they’re more power than it needs. Diesel engine installations in the Bristol 40 are not without problems. There is little room between the shaft coupling and the stuffing box—so little, in fact, that several owners surveyed reported that it is almost impossible to reach the stuffing box for adjustment or repacking.

In all models, the fuel tank is located under the cockpit sole, above the engine. Fuel capacity is about 30 gallons. Early diesel-powered models have black iron fuel tanks, and at least one owner surveyed reported having to replace a rusted-out tank after a years. Later models have aluminum fuel tanks, which are less likely to corrode. Range under power with the Perkins 4-108 and 30 gallons of fuel will be about 180 miles.

The gasoline engines used in early models swing a small prop. Unfortunately, when the switch was made to bigger diesels—the Perkins 4-108 displaces 108 cubic inches, the Atomic 4 only 65 cubic inches— the propeller aperture was not enlarged, limiting prop size. We measured the height to be 16 1/2″, which means you can really only swing about a 15″ prop and still maintain adequate tip clearance. The result is that you end up turning an oversquare prop (more pitch than diameter), which is not the most efficient way to utilize the engine in a sailboat.

Our prop choice would be a three-bladed feathering Maxprop for the best combination of performance under both sail and power. The Maxprop would also slightly improve handling in reverse, which is rated as poor by most owners. A tiny fixed prop tucked in an aperture in the deadwood and rudder is a bad combination for handling in reverse. Powering ahead, the boat handles just fine.

There is no sound insulation in the engine compartment. Access to the front of the engine is fair, requiring removal of the front of the engine box which doubles as the companionway ladder.

Bristol 39/40

Construction Bristol Yachts has gone through a lot of changes over the years. The prime mover behind Bristol was Clint Pearson, one of the pioneering Pearson brothers— the other, Everett, now runs Tillotson-Pearson.

The boats built by Bristol today are a far cry from those of 15 years ago. Current Bristols are targeted toward the middle to upper end of the production and semi-custom markets, with very good finish detail and systems. Originally, Bristols were aimed at the mass market, and were finished and equipped accordingly.

Since the Bristol 40 was built over a period of 20 years, there were a number of minor changes during the production run, but the last boats are essentially the same as the first ones.

The Bristol 40 is not a particularly lightly built boat, but she is certainly not heavy for her overall length, even by modern standards. The boat is substantially lighter than most long-keel CCA 40-footers. The Hinckley Bermuda 40, for example, displaces about 20,000 pounds in normal trim. The Cal 40, considered a real lightweight in 1966, weighs about 16,000 pounds in IMS measurement trim; the average Bristol 40, right at 17,000 pounds in the same configuration.

By way of comparison, the Little Harbor 38 that won the 1986 Newport-Bermuda Race tips the scales at a hefty 25,000 pounds, and the newer Bristol 38.8 has a designed displacement of just over 19,000 pounds.

None of the Bristol 40 owners we surveyed report any major structural flaws. They do, however, complain of annoyances such as leaking ports, deck hardware, and hull/deck joints. These are generally assembly and quality control problems, and most can be solved by the owner, albeit with a fair amount of labor. A leaking hull/deck joint may be more of a problem, but this type of leak should show up during a careful examination of the boat. Discoloration and water streaks inside lockers and on bulkheads, rust and drips on through-fastenings, and mysterious puddles of water may indicate leaks in the joint.

From a cruiser’s point of view, a nice feature of the Bristol 40 is its water capacity: 130 gallons in two fiberglass water tanks.

Any sailboat hull older that about eight years is getting on toward being a candidate for painting. While the gelcoat in the Bristol 40s we examined still looks reasonable, most of the colored hulls—pastels were popular in the 70s—are badly faded. The colored gelcoat used was not colorfast.

We also noted numerous gelcoat flaws on decks cracks around stanchion bases, some voids at sharp corner transitions. During the survey, the surveyor should carefully sound the entire deck for voids. If you’re going to go to the trouble and expense of painting, you might as well catch all the problems at the same time.

Deck non-skid is a molded-in basket weave pattern, and we have found it to be less effective than more aggressive non-skid designs.

The cockpit is huge, with seats almost 7′ long. The well is narrow enough that you can brace your feet against the opposite seat—a good feature on any boat, but especially important on a tippy boat. The big cockpit is a mixed blessing. It gives plenty of space for daysailing or in-port parties, but it is also vulnerable to filling in extremely heavy offshore conditions.

In our opinion, the cockpit scuppers are too small. Each of the two scuppers is about the size of a bathtub drain. Since there is no bridgedeck—just a raised companionway sill—it is particularly important that the cockpit drain quickly. This is a pretty reasonable retrofit job. For offshore sailing, the bottom dropboard should be caulked and permanently secured in place.

There is a reasonable amount of exterior teak trim on the boat, including toerails, cabin eyebrow trim, handrails, and cockpit coamings. A Bristol 40 with a freshly-Awlgripped hull and varnished teak trim would look handsome, indeed.

On the port and starboard quarters, there are large chocks for dock lines. While these look substantial, they are only screwed to the toerails, and can easily tear out. Chocks can be very heavily loaded during panic dockings, and should always be through-bolted, as should all deck hardware.

Through hull fittings are not recessed flush, but can easily be faired in to reduce drag in very light air. The Constellation-style rudder is set slightly above the aft edge of the keel, so that the boat will ground out on the keel rather than the rudder.

Instead of a bolt-on external keel, the Bristol 40 has a molded keel cavity filled with 6,500 pounds of lead. One owner we surveyed had added 1,500 pounds of lead pigs in the bilge to improve stability.

Bristol 39/40

Interior Bristol has always made extensive use of built-up interiors of plywood and solid wood, rather than fiberglass molded components trimmed out in solid wood. The company has also made extensive use of mahogany rather than teak in interior construction.

If you’re used to the dull brown of teak, the brighter reddish-brown of the mahogany interior of the Bristol may or may not appeal to you. Mahogany must be varnished: it is not suited to an oil finish in a marine environment. If you let the varnish wear off, the wood will turn grey, particularly after exposure to water.

At the same time, mahogany is lighter and brighter than teak, and can make an all-wood interior slightly less gloomy. If all else fails, you can always paint out the mahogany bulkheads and leave the mahogany trim varnished. Teak plywood is much harder to paint out, since its waxy surface doesn’t hold paint very well.

The built-up interior allowed a number of interior options in the Bristol 39 and 40. As originally drawn, the boat had a wide-open offshore racing interior, with a sail locker forward, the head in the area normally reserved for a forward sleeping cabin, and symmetrical pilot berths, settees, and quarterberths in the main cabin. While it provides six sea berths, this interior has little appeal for a cruising family. Most boats were built with one of several more conventional interior layouts.

One advantage of long-ended boats is that the Vberths don’t have to be jammed into the bow. Instead, you get berths that are wide enough at the foot for normal-sized people. The forward cabin of the Bristol 40 is quite roomy, with two berths and various lockers and drawers. An insert turns the V-berths into a reasonable double berth.

The head compartment is aft of the forward cabin, on the port side. It is a big, roomy head, with rather remarkable storage, including 10 small drawers and three lockers. All boats came with hot and cold pressure water, and have a hand-held shower attached to the head sink fixture.

Opposite the head are the usual hanging lockers.

Several different main cabin layouts were offered, with an arrangement to please just about every fairly conventional taste. On the port side, you’ll find either a settee berth with storage outboard, a Ushaped dinette, or a narrow pull-out settee with a pilot berth outboard. On the starboard side, you’ll usually find a settee with a folding pipe berth above, although some boats were built with a conventional pilot berth outboard of the starboard settee.

On boats without a dinette, the main cabin table folds up against the port forward bulkhead—a reasonable solution in a narrow boat.

Main cabin storage space is quite good, with a number of drawers and lockers. The actual storage arrangement varies with each interior layout.

Ventilation in the main cabin, as well as in the entire boat, is so-so. There is an opening port in the head, and a cowl vent overhead. There is another cowl vent on the other side of the cabin trunk opposite the head, providing some air to the forward cabin and main cabin in foul weather. Over the forward cabin is a large fiberglass hatch.

A fiberglass hatch over the main cabin was optional. The main cabin ports do not open. Ventilation would be greatly improved by adding Dorade boxes just in front of the dodger breakwater at the aft end of the main cabin. If you also put a reversible aluminum-framed hatch directly over the middle of the main cabin, and added a small dodger to it for heavy weather protection, you’d go from lousy ventilation to good airflow in one fell swoop.

We’re not keen on the fiberglass hatches used in production boats in the 1970s. They distort easily, and never seem to seal completely.

Headroom is about 6′ 4″ on centerline aft, decreasing to about 6′ in the forward cabin.

In all interior layouts other than the original ocean racing one, the galley is at the aft end of the main cabin. There are two aft galley arrangements. One is spacious but not particularly efficient, the other is tight. On boats equipped with a quarterberth and nav station on the port side, the galley is jammed into the starboard aft corner, and is small for a 40-footer. On boats without a nav station, stove and sink are on the port side, with a large icebox opposite to starboard. The top of the icebox is then used as a navigation table. Neither galley layout is as good as the Ushaped galley used on more modern boats such as the Bristol 38.8.

You’ll have to make a choice on the galley layout. A nav station is very desirable if the boat is used for more than daysailing. Yet the starboard galley you get on boats with nav stations is quite small, and doesn’t have much storage for foodstuffs or utensils.

Even on boats with the port nav station, the  electrical panel is located on the starboard side, above the galley and next to the companionway, in a fiberglass box that’s a molded part of the cabin liner. We’d want to give better protection to the panel by building a frame with an opening clear acrylic cover.

Despite the narrowness of the Bristol 40 compared to newer boats, the interior is reasonably laid out and not cramped. Headroom is good, and you can easily make improvements in ventilation. The interior doesn’t seem as spacious as a lot of boats due to the fairly narrow, tall cabin trunk. Newer designs have more freeboard, allowing a lower cabin trunk and increasing the feel of interior space.

Conclusions Like the better-known Bermuda 40, the Bristol 40 is an exceptionally pretty boat, and those good looks are one factor that kept the boat in production for such a long time. But the Bermuda 40 has been carefully refined, and its reputation nurtured by a group of nearly-fanatical owners who are willing to pay rather remarkably high prices for a design that is now 30 years old.

The Bristol 40, on the other hand, lacks that reputation and following. A few Bristol 40s were built for die-hards even after the boat was superseded in 1983 by the faster, roomier, stiffer Bristol 38.8—a design that is a distinctly more modern Hood cruiser/racer.

Because of her large cockpit, small cockpit drains, slightly vulnerable companionway, and fairly low initial stability, this boat wouldn’t be a good choice for extended offshore cruising, although Bristol 40s have certainly done their share of it. For cruising in the Chesapeake, Bahamas, or Gulf of Mexico, the keel-centerboard version would be a reasonable choice, and even the deep keel model draws substantially less than most 40-footers.

A late-model, sloop-rigged boat with Perkins or Westerbeke diesel would be our first choice. Since relatively few changes were made in the boat during the years of production, however, you might also find a good older boat on which a lot of attention has been lavished.

If you like traditional looks, and you cruise in shoal coastal waters without extremely heavy winds a lot of the time, the Bristol 40 should appeal to you. You’re a natural candidate for the boat if the looks of the Bermuda 40 catch your eye, but you don’t have the pocketbook to indulge yourself in Hinckley quality.

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The Bristol 39 was produced 1966-1970 and was replaced in production by the Bristol 40, which was built from 1970–1986. The Bristol 39 was built by Bristol Yachts in Bristol, Rhode Island, United States. The company produced 58 examples of the type, before production shifted to the Bristol 40.

The Bristol 39 is a recreational keelboat, built predominantly of fiberglass, with wood trim. It has a masthead sloop rig. It features a spooned raked stem, a raised counter reverse transom, a keel-mounted rudder controlled by a wheel and a fixed modified long keel, with a cutaway forefoot. A stub keel and centerboard was optional. It displaces 17,580 lb (7,974 kg) and carries 6,500 lb (2,948 kg) of lead ballast.

The boat has a draft of 5.40 ft (1.65 m) with the standard long keel, while the centreboard-equipped version has a draft of 7.8 ft (2.4 m) with the centreboard extended and 4.0 ft (1.2 m) with it retracted, allowing operation in shallow water.

The boat is fitted with a Perkins Engines 4-107 diesel engine for docking and maneuvering. The fuel tank holds 25 U.S. gallons (95 L; 21 imp gal) and the fresh water tank has a capacity of 130 U.S. gallons (490 L; 110 imp gal).

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LOA: 39.00 ft LWL: 27.54 ft Beam: 10.75 ft Draft: 5.40 ft Displacement: 17580.00 lbs Ballast: 6500.00 lbs Hull type: Long Keel Hull construction: FG Rigging type: Masthead Sloop

Bristol 39 for sale in the last 12 months

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2023-10-061968
USD 25000

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1983 Bristol self hull

1983 Bristol self hull

Largo, Florida

Posted Over 1 Month

1983 Bristol self hull This has every thing on it all like new Make: Bristol Model: self hull Length: 39 ID: 205395 Ad provided by BoatingBay

2011 Hunter 39

2011 Hunter 39

Port Sanilac, Michigan

Make Hunter

Category Sloop Sailboats

2011 Hunter 39 The Hunter 39 "Saturday Morning II" is a must see.  This boat was purchased new in 2011 and has always been kept in freshwater.  She is in nearly new condition thanks not only to being kept in freshwater but also due to the fact that she has had only one owner who has been meticulous about maintenance and care.   In addition to the Bristol condition the Hunter 39 has much to offer.  The twin wheels are a fantastic feature and difficult to find on a boat of this size.  Having dual wheels opens up the cockpit making it more comfortable to both move around and to entertain.  Additionally, while underway the helmsman can comfortably sit or stand on either side of the boat allowing excellent visibility and handling.   Moving down below the boat doesnt disappoint.  The interior is rich and inviting with a beautiful wood sole and ultra-leather upholstery creating a luxurious and relaxing feel.  The many high end finishes include Corian countertops and gorgeous cherry cabinetry.  The boat is filled with expensive amenities and up-grades such as air conditioning, Oceanair shades, a 22 TV with Bose sound system, microwave, 2 burner stove with oven, Inner Spring mattress, and an electric Quiet flush head just to name a few.   The Hunter 39 offers the amenities and finishes of a much larger yacht all in under 40 feet a superb design and not easy to find.  With all of the features she has to offer and her near new condition this boat wont be on the market for long.  Call today for a tour today.

2005 Silverton 38 Sedan Bridge

2005 Silverton 38 Sedan Bridge

Warwick, Rhode Island

Make Silverton

Model 38 Sedan Bridge

Category Cruiser Boats

2005 Silverton 38 Sedan Bridge Do not miss out on this pristine 2005 Silverton 38 Sedan Bridge with the larger 425hp Crusaders with just under 500 hours.  This boat is a turn key boat in Bristol condition.  The owner just installed a bow thruster with remote and also KVH satellite TV on top of all the other desirable options.   These are the following options:  Twin (2) 425 HP Crusaders Transmission Type: ZF straight drives Ratio: 2.08:1 Prop shaft size 1 ¾" stainless steel Packing gland Drip less Kohler gas generator, 8.0 kw, 130 hours Shore power 50 amps Overall Length - 39.9 Beam - 14 - 4 Displacement (dry) - 26,903 lbs. Displacement (full uids) Fuel Capacity - 372 Gal. Fresh Water Capacity - 110 Gal. Waste Water Capacity - 40 Gal. Water Heater Capacity - 10.5 Gal. Sleeps 6 2 staterooms Electric sofa bed 2 tvs 2 DVD players Bose 123 system 2 Stereo system at helm Galley Microwave/convection Refrigerator Freezer Two (2) burner glass top electric stove Sink   Salon 2 tvs, 2 dvd playes Bose 1 2 3 system salon Cd/radio at the helm Electric sofa bed 2 air conditions, 16000 btu salon, 12000 btu master stateroom   Electronic VHF Radar Furno 24 miles Monochrome 2 GPS, (1) Furno and (1) Garmin 5212 touch screen Fish finder Back up Camera Depth sounder Bose 123 in salon Sony on bridge 2 DVD Players   Helm Bow thruster at the helm and portable remote Windlass control at helm and portable remote Spotlight with control 2 GPSs Fishfinder Backup camera Radar Depth Finder VHF Sony stereo/CD   Bridge   Seating with lounge Wet bar Refrigerator Lounge

1975 Vindo 35

1975 Vindo 35

Glen Cove, New York

1975 Vindo 35 Bristol Condition Like new                                                     Original owner This boat has always been maintained in near perfect condition. Stored under a cover shed each off season since she was deliver new. Her engine has been replaced new with a 39hp Yanmar diesel. Her mast is a tall rig. Its difficult to describe the absolute beauty of this yacht. The storage compartments are varnish. This boat must seen. Built in Sweeden I will have additional pictures and details shortly.

2014 Chris-Craft Launch 28

2014 Chris-Craft Launch 28

Mundelein, Illinois

Make Chris-Craft

Model Launch 28

Category Runabout Boats

2014 Chris-Craft Launch 28 **This is the next one sold** This is absolutely the 28 Launch you have been looking for. Bristol condition, optioned perfectly, and only 39 hours on her engines. Save $$$$$$$$ off the price of new, and get a boat in new condition with existing warranty. Options include:Cashmere Metallic HullTwin 350 MAG MPI DTS B3Captains Call ExhaustDrawer Style RefrigeratorOnboard Battery ChargerSnap CoversSea Grass Floor CoveringPower WindlassGarmin GPS/ChartplotterHidden Bimini TopLED Docking LightsHeritage Package

TRAWLER 40 Foot with Twin Volvo Penta TMD 41 H Diesels 58% OFF Marine Blue Book

TRAWLER 40 Foot with Twin Volvo Penta TMD 41 H Diesels 58% OFF Marine Blue Book

Antioch, California

The boat fires up and shifts smooth forward and reverse. The aft stateroom is a full 12 x 10 with a full queen walk around. The master bath has a separate large shower. There is a washer dryer located in this stateroom. The main salon is approx. 9 x 12 and empty except for the helm and hatches. The galley is down consisting of stove, oven, micro, duel stainless sink and fridg. Forward is the V-birth and the second bath-shower. As you can see from the pics the outside has a covered rear deck 12 x 10, the fly-bridge seats up to 10 and has a frame for full canvas enclosure, no canvas. These twin diesel CHB Trawlers in bristol condition actually fetch upwards of $130,000 of which they're several examples on the net to see, just do you research. This would be considered a barn find. Will need some work for sure but at this price you can't go wrong. The survey would come in at twice the price. Here's my offer and its a fair one. I priced the boat so low it should just sell without question. If someone wants a survey I have no issues but if I am asked to go through a survey and I will, than I want it in writing that the proposed buyer will pay the surveyed price which will be as I know over $50,000. Twice the asking price. This is a very good deal, even the engines go for twice of what the boat is listed for. Below is the Buc Marine Surveyors Blue Book Guide - This guide has this boat at Fair condition. The two conditions listed below Poor & Restorable are with the engines either not running or requiring as in the last, complete new engines. Model Year 1987 Hull Material Pro Subscribers Only Model SUNDECK 40 Hull Configuration Pro Subscribers Only Length Overall 39' 10" Draft Pro Subscribers Only Length On Deck Beam Pro Subscribers Only Boat Type Double Cabin Motor Yacht | Flybridge Weight Pro Subscribers Only Engine Type Inboard Twin 200D Volvo Ballast Pro Subscribers Only Retail Price Range:* $56,100-$61,600 Area and condition are not represented in the price above. Please see the vessel condition table below, to determine how condition affects market value. Area adjustments and replacement values are available with BUCValuPro. Excellent (Bristol) Above BUC Condition BUC Condition Fair Poor Restorable Plus 15-20% Plus 10-15% No Adjustment Necessary Minus 10-20% Minus 25-50% Minus 50-80%

30' Custom Built Yacht, Sport

30' Custom Built Yacht, Sport

Shelton, Washington

Owner bought this boat in 2007, after an exhaustive search to replace my SeaSport Sportsman. I needed more room for a growing family, but was unwilling to sacrifice the tough rugged type of boat I had in the SeaSport. I found in this boat everything I wanted and more. <a href="https://plus.google.com/photos/+SandyWilliamsonVATB5925/albums/6051643493041422417?banner=pwa/">Photos</a><a href="http://www.yachtworld.com/boats/1997/Custom-30-Flybridge-Express-Cruiser-2494242/WA/United-States#.U_vHisU7vyp/">YachtWorld</a>It was custom built in Anacortes, by a fishing vessel building family that builds boats for their Aleutian fishing fleet. Once I bought it, I spent 6 months and $30,000. replacing all of the electronics, belts, hoses, cooling system, and much more. We even rebuilt both alternators, (though they worked fine), and bought another one, for a spare. That&#39;s the level of reliability I needed and demanded. The boat is extremely strong with hand laid fiberglass, and all weather boat.It features twin Chevy fuel injected 280hp, 5.7 ltr v-8&#39;s, with Volvo-Penta Duo-prop outdrives, (total HP 560) . Features Mather dual station electronic controls, water maker, modern Raymarine full electronics, (plotter, 12&#39; multi-use screen, radar, sonar, GPS, vhf &amp; cb, Sirrius satellite radio, sony cd &amp;fm. Outfitted with high quality everything, and well maintained, with back up hoses, belts, alternators, and much more.Can be sold with a boathouse in the Oakland Bay Marina, or separately. Will also trade for land with saltwater view or frontage. This boat comfortably cruises at 28 knots, and has a 500 mile range! Includes a rigid hulled inflatable dinghy with a 8hp engine on a Weaver davit, BBQ, lines, fenders, ground tackle, much more. Everything on it and in it, is Bristol condition! Not interested in brokers! If we have a quick, all cash deal, with no fees for brokers, boathouse in pics is $20,000, and in top condition , with an electric garage door, and moorage of $200./month Of course there is much more to know, so call if you have questions. For additional information, reply to this ad or see: http://www.vflyer.com/home/crlk?id=290657008&ps=16 vFlyer ID: 290657008

SEA RAY 350 EXPRESS BRIDGE SUNDANCER'S BIG BROTHER SPORT YACHT MINT CONDITION

SEA RAY 350 EXPRESS BRIDGE SUNDANCER'S BIG BROTHER SPORT YACHT MINT CONDITION

West Chester, Pennsylvania

Best Offer Available1992 Sea Ray 350 Express Bridge Top Line InformationYear:1992VIN:SERP1795C292Make:Sea RayStock:14S95C292Model:350 Express BridgeCondition:Pre-OwnedHull:FiberglassLength:37 ftExterior:WhiteInterior:BlueEngine:1992 Mercury Twin 454 Bluewater Other 7.4 Liter 660 HPHours:700Additional Photos* * * Click Photos to Enlarge * * ** * * Click Photos to Enlarge * * *DescriptionSEA RAY 350 EXPRESS BRIDGE SUNDANCER'S BIG BROTHER SPORT YACHT LIVEABOARD PARTY BOAT MINT CONDITION Thank you for taking a look at Car Connections USA's latest marine offering. This Sea Ray 350 Express Bridge is quite possibly the best design and flooplan I've ever seen. This boat lives like a 45 foot boat, with HUGE open spaces throughout. The boat is one of the most innovative designs, with the fiberglass stairs leading up to the flybridge instead of ladders. The unique center stairs down from the bridge to the bow deck allow for a cabin that spans the full width of the boat. Most boats have walkways along each side, cutting into precious cabin space. The rear deck boasts enough space for a pair of chaise lounges, patio table and chairs or whatever your heart desires. The Flybridge has lounge space built in to encourage friends to enjoy the magnificent vantage point from up high. You don't have to be a fisherman to enjoy the safer and improved view of the water from above. Mood lighting is incorporated into the radar arch, allowing festivities to carry into the night. The cabin has sleeping space for 6 comfortably. The two giant circular couches each fill in to sleep two The cabin has a tall ceiling that enables 6'4" friends to walk without crouching down. The galley is immaculate and very functional. The bathroom has a shower and nice sized vanity. There are sotrage compartments throughout every room, enabling you to keep the space neat and tidy when guests come over. The entire rear deck is made up of access points to the engine room. The engine room has two freshwater cooled Bluewater 454 V8 engines. They each have under 750 hours on them and have ONLY been used in fresh water. The boat has updated and spohistiated electronics including a Lowrance GPS Map with current software. This unti comes with the boat at the Buy Now price. We also just commmissioned a canvas shop to create a new custom camper enclosure in white Sunbrella fabric with new Eisenglass. The tan one is still in good shape and is original. You can have both, a value of THOUSANDS! The vynil on the flybridge is really the only "to do" item. The boat has recently undergone a full maintenance including new belts, hoses, fittings and new stuffing boxes. The mechanic improved the origninal design to enable easier access. The boat has a new Battery charger and fresh batteries. The boat is capable of over 30 MPH by GPS and the inboard engines draw very little water. The 11.5 foot beam means you will own the water. Boats passing will feel your wake, but your martini will seldom be disturbed. This boat was my personal boat and is in truly bristol condition. I chose it for its freshwater history, lack of any damage ever in its life and wonderful floorplan. You may see others listed for sale that are in poor condition for over $40,000. I bought it right and am pleased to pass the deal along to you. I am looking for an immediate sale as my next boat is on the way. My bride says this one must go before the new one arrives. At our dealership we work very hard to accurately describe our vehicles through text descriptions and elaborate photos. When you purchase a pre-owned vehicle it is not a new vehicle. Any used vehicle can have normal wear and blemishes. Before placing a bid please read the descriptions thoroughly and view all of the pictures. We encourage you to contact us directly and welcome a pre-purchase inspection. Please contact our team directly for more details. Boat InformationSpecificationsCapacity Persons:Dry Weight:Sleep Capacity:Generator Size:LOA:Draft:Beam:121150065.5 KW37 ft39 in11.5 ftEngineFuel Type:Hours:Fuel Capacity:Warranty:Gas700151-200 gallonsAS-IS No WarrantyTrailerYear:0 Included Standard EquipmentInteriorInterior in excellent conditionExteriorExterior in very good conditionBoatAir ConditioningBimini TopCompassDepth FinderDry StorageFish FinderGPSGeneratorHeating SystemMicrowaveNavigation LightsRefrigeratorStereoTVToilet Hours of OperationMon: Tue: Wed: Thu: Fri: Sat: Sun: 9a - 6p,Evenings by appt 9a - 6p,Evenings by appt 9a - 6p,Evenings by appt 9a - 6p,Evenings by appt 9a - 6p,Evenings by appt 9a - 5p,Evenings by appt Closed Vehicle Values Travel We are located at 1281 King Road, Suite 400 in West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380. West Chester is a suburb of Philadelphia, PA and is located about 30 minutes from the Philadelphia International Airport (PHL) Our building is at the intersection of King Road and Phoenixville Pike. Please call us for directions or with any questions you may have. We look forward to your visit and would love to hear from you when you are coming so we may set a representative's time aside for your visit. That said, walk in's are always welcome as well.Vehicle History Insurance Transfer of Title and RiskWe insure the vehicles on our lot during the time we have them available for sale. Upon completion of the financial elements of the transaction (you paying us), we encourage you to insure the vehicle from that date forward. We bear NO RESPONSIBILITY for anything that happens to your vehicle once it is out of our control. Vehicles left at our facility for more than 3 days after payment will not be covered by our insurance unless previous arrangements have been made in writing prior to payment. WarrantyBalance of Factory WarrantyWe estimate factory warranty expiration dates using vehicle production dates and Carfax information. We are not responsible for factory warranty expiration dates, remaining warranty time, type, validity, or other information. If you want to be certain of the exact warranty expiration date, terms, validity, etc., please verify this information with a certified franchise dealer of the applicable car make. In the course of business, we try to match our risk with areas where we have control over our service level. We hope you understand this. TermsPayment Types:Certified Funds and Institutional FinancingFees:Our auctions have no hidden fees. All in State vehicles are subject to a $112 Documentary fee and out of State vehicles are subject to a $133 Documentary fee. This fee covers the paperwork involved in transferring a vehicle into your name. It applies to dealers, wholesalers, international transactions, priests, you get the gist. We also offer a 30 day transit tag for buyers from outside of PA. This tag is available at a cost to you of $55 and we will need a valid insurance card and driver's license to issue this tag. The last optional service is a Vehicle Prep Package. We offer a Deluxe Detail for $185 which includes the vehicle to be detailed professionally and a full tank of premium fuel when you pick it up (vehicles over 25 gallons may not apply). This may sound odd to you, but we often ship cars, in which case they are sent with very little fuel at the request of the shipping company. Terms:We require a $500 non-refundable deposit via Paypal within 24 hours of auctions close. This will hold the car for you and you exclusively for up to 7 days while you gather your funds or finalize your financing. We will refuse any other offers on the vehicle and will begin preparing the vehicle and documents for your delivery. Any financing arrangements are strictly between you and the lender and do not impact your contract to purchase the vehicle. The deposit is not refundable if you change your mind or if you cannot obtain financing on the vehicle. Should you need us to hold the car beyond the week, we ask for a deposit of $500 for every $10,000 of vehicle value. This will protect you as well as us. This deposit is the only liquidated damages you would be expected to forfeit should you fail to follow through with our contract to purchase the vehicle. Please call us at (610)644-6112 before bidding to inquire about any special arrangements outside of the terms listed above. TransportFor 50 years DAS has been the industry leader - providing quality vehicle relocation services.DAS owns and operates its own fleetDAS has dedicated customer service repsDAS provides online satellite trackingDAS provides choice of open or enclosed carriersDAS offers true Door-to-Door service optionsCall Today! 800.242.6413Texas Auto Shipping is a fully licensed vehicle shipping company that works with dealerships and direct customers Nationwide. We offer "door-to-door" low-cost shipping services using enclosed and open trailers.We work with several shipping companies and are quite pleased to assist you in getting quotes and arranging pickup of the vehicle. That said, any shipping contract is between you and the shipping company selected. Car Connections USA, Inc and its employees, directors and managers bear no resposibility for delays in shipping, damage to or loss of the vehicle once it is in the shippers control or any other liability related to the shipment of your vehicle. When the shipper picks the vehicle up at our facility, we will review the condition of the vehicle with the driver and will sign a Bill of Lading describing any deficiencies or cosmetic blemishes noted during our walkaround. Many shippers try to protect their liability by marking the Bill of Lading as though the car has hundreds of imperfections. We will not allow this to happen. We encourage you to examine the vehicle closely upon its arrival and to take up any concerns about damage or cosmetic imperfections at the time of arrival BEFORE SIGNING THE BILL OF LADING. Once you sign the Bill of Lading, the shipper is realeased from liability and you are on your own. Should you find surprise damage and see that it is on the Bill of Lading, please contact us promptly and email us the Bill of Lading. We will compare it to our copy and notify you of any discrepancies. Some shippers damage a vehicle and simply document the damage on the Bill of Lading as though it existed at the time they picked it up. We describe our vehicles and find it VERY unlikely that you would find a surprise upon arrival. About Us Car Connections USA, Inc was founded in 2005 by Dave Coughlin. Car Connections USA, Inc was founded in an effort to fix much of what we believe is wrong with the car industry. Dave graduated from the Wharton School of Business at The University of Pennsylvania in 1996. After graduation, Dave spent 6 years working in Public Accounting and Consulting for PricewaterhouseCoopers,LLP. A Word From Our Founder: During my tenure at PwC, people would often ask me to help them find, buy or sell cars. It frustrated me to no end to have only limited ability to help people negotiate. Frankly, I was disgusted by the lack of knowledge and professionalism in the automobile industry. In 2002, I resigned my position with PwC to chase my dream in the automobile industry. I committed all of my resources to building an automobile business based upon knowledge, integrity and value. Today, our Dealership provides these three factors to our clients. We offer you our knowledge at no cost. If you have a question about a car you own or are considering buying, we encourage you to contact us for advice. We offer integrity by giving honest advice and honest descriptions of the cars we sell. If you ask us to compare one of our cars and another one you’re considering, we will give you accurate data about both cars to help you decide upon the right one. Value is offered in our low prices. We sell our cars consistently for thousands below franchise dealer prices. How much are you willing to pay for marble floors and fancy showrooms? We operate on a low overhead model that enables us to sell cars with minimal markup. We know your time is valuable and we appreciate your taking time to learn more about our organization. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you might have. We are looking forward to making your next car buying experience a positive one! Car Connections USA1281 King Road, Suite 400West Chester, Pennsylvania 19380 ©2003-2014AutoRevo- All Rights Reserved Auction counter powered byAutoRevo Dealer Websites and eBay Templates Powered by AutoRevo

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    1966 Bristol 39. US$38,900*. Price Drop: US$100 (Jul 13) US $369/mo. Pasadena, Maryland. 39ft - 1966. The Annapolis Sailyard.

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    Find more information and images about the boat and contact the seller or search more boats for sale on YachtWorld. ... 1969 Bristol 39 | 39ft. Oriental, North Carolina. US$45,000 . Own this boat for $411/month. Customize. Triton Yacht Sales and Service, LLC. PO BOX 238, Oriental, 28571, United States.

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    The Bristol 39 was produced 1966-1970 and was replaced in production by the Bristol 40, which was built from 1970-1986. The Bristol 39 was built by Bristol Yachts in Bristol, Rhode Island, United States. ... The boat has a draft of 5.40 ft (1.65 m) with the standard long keel, while the centreboard-equipped version has a draft of 7.8 ft (2.4 ...

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