Motor Yacht Brokerage Specialist

2008 Clipper Heritage 40 - SOLD!!

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Clipper Heritage 40 - for sale

Overview and Basic Specifications

Clipper 40s are well known for their solid hand laid fibre-glass construction, classic styling, great walk around side decks and their overall cruising ability. With bulwark boarding gate on the starboard side, cockpit and swim platform with laid teak, stainless aft railings and a huge fly bridge deck, this Clipper ticks all of the of boxes. Combine that with modern appliances, Raymarine navigation electronics, air conditioning throughout, Bow and Stern Thrusters and Cummins economy and reliability, you need look no further!


Basic Specifications:

LOA  -  12.65m/41

Beam OA - 4.03m  13ft 3in

Maximum Draft - 1.0m  3ft 3in  

Displacement - 16 tonnes (approx. inc gyro)

Fuel Tank Capacity - 1,100 litres

Fresh Water Tank Capacity - 900 litres

Holding Tank Capacity - 130 litres (approx)

Single Engine - 230hp 5.9QSB Cummins

Generator - Onan 7.0Kw 220v 50Hz

Stabiliser: Sea Keeper Gyro 

Battery Charger - Victron centaur 12v 50amp

Air Conditioning - Reverse cycle 2 x 16,000btu

Bow & Stern Thrusters  2 x 75kgf Vetus

Electronic Antifouling - 3 x electronic antifouling units

Last antifouled - December 2018, Micron 66 plus  Prop Speed  

Flybridge:

Helm Seat, Electronic Engine Controls, Vessel View, E80 Raymarine GPS Plotter/Fish Finder, Auto Pilot and VHF Radio. Vetus thruster controls, spot light controls, sound system controls. Radar arch, flybridge Bimini in Sunbrella canvas, clears fitted at the front and 2 sides, wet-bar with sink, Smeg Gas BBQ and fridge/freezer, ample bench seating for guests with marine vinyl covered cushions and storage under. Huge deck space with non-skid fibreglass finish. ADC 200kg 12v electric davit crane, stainless tender cradle and 3.4m AB Centre console RIB tender with 20hp Honda 4 stroke outboard.


Lower Helm Station
Lower Helm Station