Overview and Basic Specifications

There are not many twin engined Clipper 40s available and this lovely 2010 model, is perfectly powered with 2 x Cummins QSB230hp. These strong yet economical engines, are ever reliable and the common rail technology, gives a clean burn with little to no smoke or fumes and an effortless cruising speed of 9 knots. 

Being a very popular model, these semi-displacement hulled Clipper 40s, have travelled the length and breadth of our waterways and are renowned for there sturdy construction and kindly sea-keeping ability. Combine that with great features like safe walk around decks, two helm stations, easy access to the bow through the lower helm door, a large flybridge deck, a good sized cockpit and swim platform and it makes for a very desirable package. 

The interior is finished in beautifully hand crafted teak panelling, with a large lounge, dining table and an opposing sofa in the saloon, that converts to a king single sized bed. Along with the two cabin layout, this provides sleeping for 5 and the single bathroom has a separate shower compartment. 

There is a modern, all electric galley, situated opposite the lower helm and the vessel is fully air-conditioned with two 16,000btu reverse cycle units. 

Navigation electronics at each helm station are provided by Raymarine and include, GPS Plotter, Sounder, Radar and Auto Pilot. 

Electrical power is provided by a 7kw Onan generator and manoeuvring the vessel in tight places is enhanced by electric bow and stern thrusters. 

Basic Specifications:

Launch Year: 2010

HIN: AU-CCR40047F010

Rego; AG401 Q

Rego Expiry: 18/03/2020

Length: 41' 6" - 12.65m

Beam: 13' 3" - 4.03m

Draft: 3" 11" - 1.2m

Displacement: 16000kg

Hull Material: Fibreglass/GRP

Deck Material: FRP and Teak

Engine Make: Cummins

Engine model: QSB5.9 230hp

Number Engines: 2

Horse Power: 2 x 230

Fuel Type: Diesel

Engine Hours: 1576

2nd Engine Hrs: 1576

Fuel Consumption: 20lt/hr @ 8 - 9 knots

Max Speed: 13 knots

Cruise Speed: 8 to 10knts

Propulsion: Shafts with 4 blade bronze props

Thrusters: Vetus 75 kgf bow and stern

Genset: Onan 7kw

Fuel: 1950lt

Water: 450lt

Accommodation: Master cabin forward with semi-walk around double bed, two robes, large storage drawers, deck hatch with insect screen and screened portholes. Guest cabin on port side with two bunk beds, robe and screened porthole. Both cabins are air conditioned. Bathroom on starboard side with electric head and separate shower stall is opposite the guest cabin.

Cabins: 2

Berths: 5

Galley: All electric with Smeg Convection Microwave Oven and Smeg Two Burner Ceramic Cooktop, storage cupboards and drawers. Galley fridge/freezer is just aft of the lower helm.

Refrigeration: Fridge/freezer in galley/saloon area, large freezer/fridge in cockpit plus bar fridge in flybridge wet bar.

Freezer: Cockpit freezer plus small freezer in galley fridge

Stove: Two burner ceramic cooktop

Water Maker: 130lt/hr watermaker

Hotwater System: Yes 240v electric

Showers: 2

Toilet; 1 x Tecma electric - fresh or salt water flush.

Entertainment: Clarion AM/FM sound system - Free to Air Sat TV in Saloon plus seperate TV in master cabin

Air Conditioning: 2 x 16000btu reverse cycle in saloon and accommodation

Dinghy: 310 Walker Bay open RIB

Outboard: 5hp Mercury 2 stroke

Covers: Windscreen, flybridge railing dodger, flybridge aft awning from radar arch, flybridge awning above swim platform

Ground Tackle: Muir HR1200 12v electric windlass with 40 kg CQR anchor with 80m x 10 mm gal anchor chain.

Safety Gear: Qld standard

Bilge Pumps: 3 x 12v electric plus 1 x manual

Life Raft: No

Epirb: 406 khz

Life Jackets: 8 coastal life jackets

Flares: In-shore flare pack

Fire Protection: Hand held units x 4

Electrics: 3 x 200ah house batteries, 2 x 200ah engine batteries
1 x 200ah winch and bow thruster battery
1 x 120ah generator starter battery
50 amp battery charger (15amp shore power and 240v generator)
350 watt inverter (Sat TV )

Electronics: Raymarine E 80 x 2 with GPS Plotter, Fish Finder, 24 nm Radar and Auto Pilot

Remarks: This vessel is in great shape and will continue to provide many years of pleasurable boating for the couple or family looking to cruise our many beautiful waterways and coastline.