About this Yacht
La Conner, WA
43 ft 0 in
Engine / Fuel Type:
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LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Beam: 15 ft 10 in
Length on Deck: 41 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Displacement: 42000 lbs Half Load
Bridge Clearance: 19 ft 2 in
Headroom: 6 ft 7 in
Dry Weight: 30000 lbs
Total Power: 500 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 2007
Engine Model: D-9 500
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1900
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 500 HP
Cruising Speed: 10 knots @ 1800 RPM
Maximum Speed: 18 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 Stainless steel (225 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Aluminum (320 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (60 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Sea water pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
2007 Volvo D-9 500 Inboard Diesel 500 hp Direct Drive 5 blade Rope Cutter
Length On Deck: 41 ft 4 in Length At Waterline: 37 ft 9 in Beam: 15 ft 10 in Max Bridge Clearance: 19 ft 3 in Max Draft: 4 ft 10 in Weights Dry Weight: 30000 lb Speed Cruising Speed: 7.8 kn at 1330 rpm Hull Speed: 17.5 kn at 2600 rpm Range: 1600 nmi
Salon and Galley
As you walk in the aft salon doors you feel you are on a much larger boat than a 41 footer. The salon and galley are immediately in front of you and a few steps above you can see through to the pilothouse windows. The large salon settee and coffee table are to starboard and there is a comfortable chair to port. The Salon TV is forward by the steps to the pilothouse. The wonderful U shaped galley is on the portside of the salon. The galley feels very open and the cook will not feel isolated when preparing meals. The galley is well equipped with a refrigerator and freezer, 3 burner cook top, oven, microwave, trash compactor, large sink, and plenty of counter space. There is ample storage for food and dishware. In front of the settee there is a large coffee table that is perfect for a casual meal and visiting with friends.
The raised pilothouse provides perfect visibility in all directions. The Stidd helm chair is on center and you have fantastic access to all of the ships systems. The twin chart plotters are on center and you have the engine controls immediately to your starboard. She has a Raymarine autopilot with wireless remote and the Volvo display shows you all the engine data including RPM and fuel burn. This display replaces many of the small gauges you are used to seeing with one flat screen that really simplifies the dash.
There are port and starboard Pilothouse doors a step away that give you quick access to the side deck so you can take a quick peek when backing into a slip or when you need to go grab a line when traversing locks.
Behind the helm chair on the Port side there is a nice elevated bench seat with a
table. Underway your companion and guests will find this the place to be. At the dock or at anchor this is this is the best place to eat a meal.
On the aft end of the starboard side of the pilothouse you will find a very nice desk. In addition to being a place to store ships papers and bills this doubles as a nice chart planning table. Just a few feet from the helm chair you will have room to leave charts and cruising guides within easy reach.
"Asylum" provides two large staterooms with private heads. The master is amidships where there is the most space and it is very quiet not being in the bow. The queen size berth is athwart ships on the port side and the large head with separate stall shower is to starboard. Twin nightstands flank the master bed and there is a very wonderfully large cedar lined closet on the forward bulkhead.
The forward guest stateroom provides great light from the opening port lights and overhead hatches. The guest head doubles as a day head when guests are on board. This head offers a nice stall shower and ample storage as well. Forward of the guest bed that is another nice cedar lined closet and a very comfortable bench seat with storage drawers.
The ( Teak optioned) cockpit is accessed from the swim platform through a large secure boarding door. When this is secure and are very safe in this area. The upper deck comes all the way aft providing protection from the sun and rain. There is a ladder to access the upper deck and this opening has a hatch to keep the cockpit protected when not in use. There is a nice storage locker, sink and shower with hot and cold water in the cockpit as well. The large door provides access to the salon. There are two hatches that provide access to the lazarette. This is the best place to store fenders and lines. The Generator and steering gear is access from this area as well.
This single engine semi-displacement hull provides excellent fuel efficiency and the ability to get up and go when you want to outrun some weather or get tied up before dark. The full side decks and large deep cockpit are perfect for the couple that wants to handle the boat on their own. The cockpit is fully covered from the sun and rain and the bow and upper deck provide lots of outdoor space when you want it. Cruising couples love the main living area integrating the Galley and Salon so the cook is not singled out in a dark space below. The captain will appreciate that the Pilothouse has a nice table and seating area so your traveling companion and guests join you when you are underway.
American Tug 41's rarely come to market. The owners of these boats love them and consider them to be the best Northwest cruising boat you can buy.