40 footer sailboat

Sail Boats 15' and up. Please include the boat type in your question.
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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by Bogieman » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:39 pm

terrulian wrote:
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... Drinking at sea or before going to sea or the night before going to sea is something I avoid. When you get to port, Katy bar the door. :D
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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by Bogieman » Thu Jun 21, 2018 7:50 pm

And here I'm dreaming of one day owning a Potter 19. :D

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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by Jaysen » Thu Jun 21, 2018 8:09 pm

My dream boat (mostly because I’ve been on it and live it) is a Shannon 37 cutter rigged ketch. Right cabin layout. Lots of sail options. Cockpit lines for sheets and mains. Heavy 3/4 keel with keel hung rudder.

Only thing I’m worried about is the draft. Not ideal for shallow Caribbean. And the narrow stern makes hangin Lil Bit from davits challenging at best. She will fit infront of main and cover forward hatch when underway. Which means that we could anchor then use Lil Bit for tender. Almost like I planned it. Almost.

But yeah. A build on a 40 sounds cool but I may not be man enough for that.

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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by Bogieman » Thu Jun 21, 2018 9:44 pm

Jaysen wrote:
Thu Jun 21, 2018 8:09 pm
My dream boat (mostly because I’ve been on it and live it) is a Shannon 37 cutter rigged ketch. Right cabin layout. Lots of sail options. Cockpit lines for sheets and mains. Heavy 3/4 keel with keel hung rudder.

Only thing I’m worried about is the draft. Not ideal for shallow Caribbean. And the narrow stern makes hangin Lil Bit from davits challenging at best. She will fit infront of main and cover forward hatch when underway. Which means that we could anchor then use Lil Bit for tender. Almost like I planned it. Almost.

But yeah. A build on a 40 sounds cool but I may not be man enough for that.
I just looked that up; she's a beauty for sure.

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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by Evan_Gatehouse » Fri Jun 22, 2018 12:36 am

Most of the Caribbean is plenty deep. Only Florida Keys and Bahamas are really shallow. I can't think of any other place where draft would be an issue.
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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by Jaysen » Fri Jun 22, 2018 7:03 am

I’m figuring several years of Bahamas. Keep boat here and do a few days off shore, anchor around the Bahamas for a bit, then offshore back home. Kind of like a monthly trial of the long trip. Once we are 100% free we’d start doing the other islands.

But it’s all a “someday I’d like to” at this point. Not going to happens unless the boss lady agrees. She’s kind of the big deal for me.

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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by OrangeQuest » Fri Jun 22, 2018 7:43 am

My brother inlaw has a 38' sailboat he claims as his business office. Has meeting on board and everything. They do short cruises along the Texas coast. When they go on vacation sometimes they Rent a sail boat. He and my sister both have Capt.'s licenses to be the skipper but can not charge for passengers. What is crazy to me is if I want to charge to take people on our gas powered canoe I need a six pack license.

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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by fallguy1000 » Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:20 pm

36 footer up for sale-seethe link
My boat build is here -------->

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Re: 40 footer sailboat

Post by Jaysen » Mon Jun 25, 2018 6:52 pm

Saw that. Said “oooo” and wife smacked me. Asked her why? She said “I’m sure it’s a boat thing... I’d almost rather it was nudie pics”.

Not sure what that means but “normal” is no where near me.

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