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Stevens Custom 40: For sale

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Stevens Custom 40: For sale

by crapula » Tue Aug 09, 2016 8:35 am

Stevens Custom 40

The Stevens 40 designed by Sparkman and Stephens is the little sister to the popular Stevens 47. She has very good sailing qualities and is built to a high standard by Queen Long. The cutter rig provides a powerful but manageable sail plan, and is perfectly suited for short handed sailing. 
The interior arrangement has two staterooms. The solid fiberglass hull has molded non-skid, Airex-cored decks. The interior features a solid teak sole.

It is a proven design well suited for coastal and blue water cruising and has been equipped with two self-steering systems and completed and Atlantic crossing from New York in 2008.
All standing rigging replaced in 2007 and in mast furling unit rebuilt.

It is well suited for extended cruising. The interior is exceptionally spacious for a vessel of this size.

Dandelion is laying in Helsinki VAT paid.

60,000 Euro.
Contact: andrew.smith@leaddesk.com

Principal Dimensions
LOA 40’-7" 12.37 meters
LWL 31’-4" 9.55 meters
Beam 12'-7" 3.83 meters
Draft 6'-0" 2.00 meters
Displacement 24,000 lbs 10886 kilo
Ballast 7,532 lbs 3416.4577 kilo
Sail Area 767 sq ft 71.2566 sq meters

Propulsion:
2000 Yanmar 47h20
Three blade auto prop

Fuel Tanks:
35 gallon 132.5 litre
55 gallon 208.0 litre

Water tanks:
Three total capacity 200 gallons 501 litres

Stove/Oven:
Shipmate three burner with solenoid shutoff valve

Ground Tackle:
Simpson Lawrence V3 Windless with wildcat and capstan
CQR 20.4 kilo/45lbs.
Bruce 23 kilo/51lbs
84meters/275 feet G4 high test chain.
91meters/300 feet rode spliced to chain. 
secondary rode and chain 

Electronics: 
Furuno gp-37 (GPS)
Furuno 1715 radar 

Raymarine  st-290 series. 
CPU:
2 Graphic displays.
1 Segmented character 
1 wind
1 autopilot control

Radio equipment:
Icom-m802 HF Radio 
Icom AT-140 HF antenna tuner
Pactor ptc-11usb Packet Radio modem
Icom Ic-m402 VHF Radio

Autopilot:
Raymarine type 2 hydraulic linear drive
Hydrovane.

Electrical: 
Link 10  Battery monitor.
Alpine CDA-9815 Stereo.
Next Step 2 Alternator Regulator
Link 10
150 amp alternator
Mastervolt battery charger
4 mastervolt g27 AGM batteries. 
2 marine g24 starting batteries 
1 lifeline g27 AGM windless battery
Rutland 913 windgenerator. 

Safety:
6man liferaft
Epirb
Jacklines

Heating:
Dickinson Alaska Cabin Heater (diesel stove)

Head:
Blakes Lavac Zenith

Images:
https://goo.gl/photos/PnG9nav8geP2b3No7
Andrew Smith
Dandelion
Stevens 40
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Re: Stevens Custom 40: For sale

by Scott Berg » Tue Aug 09, 2016 2:35 pm

These are great boats... any takers?
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Re: Stevens Custom 40: For sale

by crapula » Wed Aug 10, 2016 8:48 am

Thanks Scott.
They are great. I have put many miles her.
I'm going to be in Helsinki for quite some time and it's just more boat than I need these days.
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Re: Stevens Custom 40: For sale

by andrewsmith1 » Tue Nov 29, 2016 3:42 am

Price reduced: €49,000
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Re: Stevens Custom 40: For sale

by greenwatersailor » Tue Jan 03, 2017 8:02 pm

Good evening!

What year is the boat?

Has it been actively sailed between 2009 and 2016 or has it been on the hard?

Is it currently in the water?

Thanks!
Mike
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Re: Stevens Custom 40: For sale

by andrewsmith1 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 4:53 am

Hello Mike!

Sorry for the slow reply.
Yes, she has been sailed between 2009 and 2017.
Not too many miles in 2016, part of the reason it's time to sell.

Let me know how I can help.
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