<br />"Sea Gypsy " , a Caliber 40, is a serious cruising boat in both design and equipment. All lines lead aft to the cockpit and her convertible cutter rig adds versatility to her sail plan. The very comfortable interior has two double cabins, two heads, a separate shower stall forwardand a thoughtfully designed salon and galley area with good storage. "Sea Gypsy" is well equipped with Sea Frost refrigeration, Garmin GPS/chartplotter, Icom SSB and a 1800 watt Inverter. Since the cabin sole & some of the interior teak needs to be refinished a recent price reduction reflects this. At this price "Sea Gypsy" isone of the best values on the market.<br />Sea Gypsy<br />Builder Caliber Yachts<br />LOA 42 ft 6 in<br />Beam 12 ft 8 in<br />LWL 32 ft 6 in<br />Maximum Draft 5 ft 0 in<br />Displacement 21600 lbs<br />Ballast 9500 lbs<br />Engine Brand Single Yanmar<br />Engine Model 4JH2E<br />Engine Hours 2600<br />Fresh Water Tanks (156 Gallons)<br />Fuel Tanks (46 Gallons)<br />Engines<br />Total Power 50<br />Cruising Speed 6kts @ 2000rpm<br />Max Speed 7kts @ 3000rpm<br />Tanks<br />Holding Yes<br />Accommodations<br />Starting forward we find an excellent master head and shower unit with the shower being separate and to port with its own seat. The head and sink unit to starboard is very airy and large. Moving aft from the head brings us into the master stateroom which has a Pullman-style double berth to port while to starboard is a sit-down vanity unit as well as two large hanging closets forward of the vanity.<br />Moving aft into the salon we find a large, comfortable L-shaped settee to port with a teak dining table that folds up flat against the forward bulkhead when not in use, adding to the spaciousness of the salon. The table folds down into the ?L? of the settee and then folds open again into a very large table, allowing the starboard full-length settee to be used for dining as well. Outboard of each settee is shelf storage as well as plentiful storage below and behind the settees.<br />Moving aft once again on the starboard side we find the second head and shower unit which is a good size and has access from the main salon as well as the aft cabin. Aft of the head is the second cabin with a full-sized double bed, a large hanging closet forward of the bed and more storage below.<br />On the port side, aft of the settee is the L-shaped galley which has the double stainless steel sinks facing forward and most inboard. Next to the sinks is a counter top work surface followed by the top opening refrigeration, which lies outboard, and then aft by the propane stove and oven. There are storage cabinets below the sinks and outboard above the counter top. Aft of the galley on the port side is the navigation station. This faces outboard and has a comfortable cushioned seat at a good-sized chart table.<br />The whole interior is beautifully finished in satin-varnished teak, with teak and holly sole. There is plentiful built-in storage as well as seven overhead hatches and 14 side ports for excellent ventilation and natural light throughout. Additionally, every bunk is equipped with lee cloths for offshore passage making and the port settee can make a third double berth. There are cabin fans throughout.<br />Galley<br />SeaFrost refrigeration (condenser new 2004) 110 dockside asdded to engine drive Galleymaid 2-burner propane stove w/oven Fully equipped w/galleyware Bed linens & towels Pressurized fresh water system Manual water pump in galley Water heater (2) Stainless steel sinks<br />Electronics & Navigation Equipment<br />B&G Network autopilot Autopilot computer & drive new 2004 B&G depth sounder Garmin 172CGPS chartplotter & fishfinder at helm Furuno chart plotter at Nav station B&G Network speed & distance logs B&G repeaters at nav station EPIRB (2004) Titan VHF radio Icom M-800SSB radio Uniden handheld VHF radio Compass Stereo w/CD player (2) Saloon stereo speakers Brass ship?s clock & barometer Charts & guide books for Caribbean PacTerm modem (email, weather info)<br />Electrical<br />12 Volt DC electrical system 110 Volt AC electrical system Inverter 1800 watt Automatic battery charger (30 amp) (2) House batteries #27AGM Engine start battery #27(2008) Shore power cord New wiring in mast 2004<br />Deck & Hull<br />Hauled out and Bottom painted 45 lb CQR anchor w/200' chain 35 lb CQR anchor w/40' chain & 150' rode Spare Danforth anchor Electric windlass Life jackets 18' power sail sea anchor w/300' line Emergency rudder Navigation lights w/masthead strobe Radar mast w/cockpit floodlight Spreader lights Fenders & dock lines Salt water deck wash down system Swim platform w/ladder (ladder new 2002) Deck is fiberglass Hull color is light tan (new gel-coat 2005) Bottom paint fresh Porpane Gas Grill Bow pulpit & rails Side stanchions w/lifelines (lifelines new 2002) Custom bimini & dodger w/extension (2002) Edson teak fold-down cockpit table Teak drinks holder Cockpit cushions (2005) Covers for wheel, table & instrument pod Weather cloths (2) Dorade vents Solar air vent Solas offshore flare pack (4) Water jugs (6 gals) (2) Diesel jugs (6 gals) Apex 9' inflatable dinghy w/hoist Mercury 15hp outboard engine (2004)<br />Sails & Rigging<br />Aluminum keel stepped mast Stainless steel wire standing rigging (2004) Manual boom vang Mainsheet traveler Track for storm tri-sail Whisker pole (5) Barient self tailing winches (1) Barient regular winch Harken roller furling on forestay Harken lazy jacks for mainsail (2002) Mainsail cover (2002) Fully battened Dacron mainsail w/ Batt cars Roller furling 110% genoa (2002) Roller furling 135% genoa Staysail Storm tri-sail Storm jib<br />Mechanical & Engine Equipment<br />16,000 BTU Air Cond Espar D3 cabin heater Automatic bilge pump (2) Manual bilge pumps Bilge high water alarm Dinghy Davits Manual wheel steering (2) Manual marine heads w/holding tank (4) Manual fire extinguishers Propane shut off valve<br />Engine Details<br />Yanmar 4JH2E 50 hp diesel engine Fresh water cooling system Fuel filters Raw water sea strainer Engine hours 2600 Oil & water alarms Fuel shut off valve Emergency stop<br />Disclaimer<br />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.