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About This Boat

Are you looking for the perfect balance between speed and comfort? The Maine Cat 40 was the prototype for the 41, only with 3,000lbs of weight savings. With an ICW friendly carbon rotating rig, dagger boards, and impressive sail plan this boat is the ultimate crossover between a family cruiser and sport boat capable of cruising in comfort at double digit speeds. Since 2016 the electronics have been updated, standing and running rigging was replaced, and the addition of reverse cycle heat/air conditioning to both hulls has opened up a wide range of new latitudes for the next owner. If you are looking to keep pace with the new wave of performance oriented cats without the million dollar price tag this boat is for you!

 


Additional Details

Specs

Designer

Dick Vermeulen

 

Dimensions

LOA: 40 feet

LWL: 40 feet

Beam: 22.42 feet

Bridge Clearance: 58 feet

 

Accommodations

(2) Double berths

(2) Single v-berths

(2) 10,000BTU reverse cycle heat/aircon units (2016)

Teak and holly veneer flooring

Cabin fans

 

Tankage

Fuel: 50 gallon

Water: 120 gallon

Holding: 15 gallon

 

Engine 1 - Yanmar Model: 3GM30F - Starboard

Year: 2002

Type: Inboard Diesel

Propeller Type: Folding propeller

Power: 27.0 HP

Hours: 2000

 

Engine 2 - Yanmar Model: 3GM30F - Port

Year: 2002

Type: Inboard Diesel

Propeller Type: Folding propeller   

Power: 27.0 HP

Hours: 2000

 

Galley

  • Village Marine Little Wonder 200.8 gall/hour watermaker (Needs Service)
  • 1 refrigerator Isotherm 38 degree with fan. 6" insulation and front loading door
  • 1 freezer Isotherm 6 degree with 6" insulation

 

Deck Equipement

  • Lewmar windlass #40-111 hi power HD with 110+ feet, 3/8 inch chain with 60lb Manson Supreme anchor and 35lb Delta anchor as a back up
  • 2x #54 Lewmar electric 2 speed mainsheet winches
  • 2x #50 Lewmar electric halyard, solent jib reefing
  • 8x Spinlock rope Clutches
  • 2x Lewmar traveler tracks

 

Sails & Rigging

  • Mainsail (2013)
  • 1 solent jib 3 DL Kevlar 250 sq ft. (2012)
  • 1 code zero reaching genoa
  • 1 Asymmetrical Spinnaker with sock
  • All hatches have window screens and hatch covers
  • Forward window panels with opening "windows" in cockpit.
  • Stack pack (August 2013)

 

Electronics & Navigation

  • VHF ICOM M602/W GPS Fix
  • SSB ICOM M802
  • Autopilot Simrad AP 24 with wireless remote
  • Sony cockpit stereo x5 MP61
  • Tack Tic Wind, Speed, and depth ( 2016)
  • B&G Zeus 12" Chartplotter  (2016)

 

Plumbing

  • 2x interior hot/cold showers
  • 1x exterior H/C washdown
  • Port Head - Jabsco Manual
  • Starboard Head - Composting

 

Electrical

  • 2 - 24 M6 Batteries - 820A MCA / 675A CCA (January 2015)
  • 2 - Full force AGM4D Batteries - 200 @ 20 AH (January 2015)

 

Mechanical

  • Whitlock steering is all stainless rods and pinions
  • 1 special diesel craft water-fuel separator
  • 1 50 gal Diesel tank
  • 3- 40 gall water tanks
  • 1 holding tanks at 15 gal -port side

 

Upgrades and maintenance

  • Added rubrail (rubber and stainless)
  • Additional A/C outlets
  • Additional 2 DC outlets
  • Added fuel gauge diesel
  • Battery charger (2011)
  • Davits (2011)

Since 2016

  • 50 amp service with new galvanic isolator added
  • Installed A/C on the boat -  (2) 10,000 BTU Dometic Units
  • Installed RED interior nightlights for convenience
  • Installed USB charging ports throughout the yacht
  • Installed of a new electronics package 
    • New B&G Zeus 12” chart plotter
    • Chart plotter has the capability to control the autopilot in both a heading and wind mode. The plotter also functions as a redundant control head for the Simrad AP24
    • Replacement of the wind/log/depth system with a Tack Tic wireless system.
    • The Tack Tic system also has a secondary compass and mast rotation function to adjust for the rotating mast. It is now possible to measure true and apparent wind with the mast rotated. This unlocks the advanced “sail” functions available on the B&G plotter
  • Rigging replacement New stainless lifelines
    • New Colligo standing rigging
    • New running rigging
    • Rebuilt internal sheaves, electrical conduits and paint mast and boom.
    • Add composite pads to the mast for new deck lights and compass
    • New LED tricolor light
    • New LED deck light
    • All new mast wiring
    • New VHF antenna with new coax from antenna to the radio
Disclaimer
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.

Managing Broker

Contact - Will Miller
The Multihull Company

Located in Charleston, SC

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 843-364-4123
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Will@multihullcompany.com
View Will Miller's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

2002

Length

40 ft

Location

Texas

Price

249,000

Status

Sale Pending

Make

Maine Cat

Model

40

Name

Geaux Cat

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

About This Boat

Are you looking for the perfect balance between speed and comfort? The Maine Cat 40 was the prototype for the 41, only with 3,000lbs of weight savings. With an ICW friendly carbon rotating rig, dagger boards, and impressive sail plan this boat is the ultimate crossover between a family cruiser and sport boat capable of cruising in comfort at double digit speeds. Since 2016 the electronics have been updated, standing and running rigging was replaced, and the addition of reverse cycle heat/air conditioning to both hulls has opened up a wide range of new latitudes for the next owner. If you are looking to keep pace with the new wave of performance oriented cats without the million dollar price tag this boat is for you!

 


Additional Details

Specs

Designer

Dick Vermeulen

 

Dimensions

LOA: 40 feet

LWL: 40 feet

Beam: 22.42 feet

Bridge Clearance: 58 feet

 

Accommodations

(2) Double berths

(2) Single v-berths

(2) 10,000BTU reverse cycle heat/aircon units (2016)

Teak and holly veneer flooring

Cabin fans

 

Tankage

Fuel: 50 gallon

Water: 120 gallon

Holding: 15 gallon

 

Engine 1 - Yanmar Model: 3GM30F - Starboard

Year: 2002

Type: Inboard Diesel

Propeller Type: Folding propeller

Power: 27.0 HP

Hours: 2000

 

Engine 2 - Yanmar Model: 3GM30F - Port

Year: 2002

Type: Inboard Diesel

Propeller Type: Folding propeller   

Power: 27.0 HP

Hours: 2000

 

Galley

  • Village Marine Little Wonder 200.8 gall/hour watermaker (Needs Service)
  • 1 refrigerator Isotherm 38 degree with fan. 6" insulation and front loading door
  • 1 freezer Isotherm 6 degree with 6" insulation

 

Deck Equipement

  • Lewmar windlass #40-111 hi power HD with 110+ feet, 3/8 inch chain with 60lb Manson Supreme anchor and 35lb Delta anchor as a back up
  • 2x #54 Lewmar electric 2 speed mainsheet winches
  • 2x #50 Lewmar electric halyard, solent jib reefing
  • 8x Spinlock rope Clutches
  • 2x Lewmar traveler tracks

 

Sails & Rigging

  • Mainsail (2013)
  • 1 solent jib 3 DL Kevlar 250 sq ft. (2012)
  • 1 code zero reaching genoa
  • 1 Asymmetrical Spinnaker with sock
  • All hatches have window screens and hatch covers
  • Forward window panels with opening "windows" in cockpit.
  • Stack pack (August 2013)

 

Electronics & Navigation

  • VHF ICOM M602/W GPS Fix
  • SSB ICOM M802
  • Autopilot Simrad AP 24 with wireless remote
  • Sony cockpit stereo x5 MP61
  • Tack Tic Wind, Speed, and depth ( 2016)
  • B&G Zeus 12" Chartplotter  (2016)

 

Plumbing

  • 2x interior hot/cold showers
  • 1x exterior H/C washdown
  • Port Head - Jabsco Manual
  • Starboard Head - Composting

 

Electrical

  • 2 - 24 M6 Batteries - 820A MCA / 675A CCA (January 2015)
  • 2 - Full force AGM4D Batteries - 200 @ 20 AH (January 2015)

 

Mechanical

  • Whitlock steering is all stainless rods and pinions
  • 1 special diesel craft water-fuel separator
  • 1 50 gal Diesel tank
  • 3- 40 gall water tanks
  • 1 holding tanks at 15 gal -port side

 

Upgrades and maintenance

  • Added rubrail (rubber and stainless)
  • Additional A/C outlets
  • Additional 2 DC outlets
  • Added fuel gauge diesel
  • Battery charger (2011)
  • Davits (2011)

Since 2016

  • 50 amp service with new galvanic isolator added
  • Installed A/C on the boat -  (2) 10,000 BTU Dometic Units
  • Installed RED interior nightlights for convenience
  • Installed USB charging ports throughout the yacht
  • Installed of a new electronics package 
    • New B&G Zeus 12” chart plotter
    • Chart plotter has the capability to control the autopilot in both a heading and wind mode. The plotter also functions as a redundant control head for the Simrad AP24
    • Replacement of the wind/log/depth system with a Tack Tic wireless system.
    • The Tack Tic system also has a secondary compass and mast rotation function to adjust for the rotating mast. It is now possible to measure true and apparent wind with the mast rotated. This unlocks the advanced “sail” functions available on the B&G plotter
  • Rigging replacement New stainless lifelines
    • New Colligo standing rigging
    • New running rigging
    • Rebuilt internal sheaves, electrical conduits and paint mast and boom.
    • Add composite pads to the mast for new deck lights and compass
    • New LED tricolor light
    • New LED deck light
    • All new mast wiring
    • New VHF antenna with new coax from antenna to the radio
Disclaimer
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.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Will Miller
The Multihull Company

Located in Charleston, SC

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 843-364-4123
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Will@multihullcompany.com
View Will Miller's Profile
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