£ 49,950Vat Included / Paid

Trident Warrior 40 Warrior 40

Favourite
This feature requires you to be logged on boatshop24

You can login to your account or create a new account.
Send this classified to a friend!
Fill in the form below

"Your name" must be filled.
"Your email" must be filled.
"friend name" must be filled.
"friend email" must be filled.
Please select the I'm not a robot box.
your name:
your email:
friend name:
friend email:
comment:
captcha
 
Category:Sailing Boats
Manufacturer:Trident Warrior 40
Model:Warrior 40
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Currency:GBP
Year built:1989
Condition:U
Sale:Trade
Sales status:available
LOA:11.89 m/39 ft
Length:11.89 m/39 ft
Width:3.96 m/13 ft
Draft:1.22 m/4 ft
Category:encased long keel
Engine manufacturer:volvo d-255
No. of engines:1
HP:55
Fuel:Diesel
Material hull:grp
About


<strong>Remarks :</strong><br /><p>Trident Warrior 40 built by Trident Marine. Owners cabin. &amp;nbsp;A substantial offshore cruising yacht with 3/4 length encapsulated keel, cutter rigged with rigging replaced in 2013. The spinnaker gear and pole are on the mast and a spinnaker is included. &amp;nbsp;A stack pack and lazy jacks were installed in 2013.&amp;nbsp; Mainsail cover and spray hood are included. &amp;nbsp;All the winches are Lewmar 2 speed. &amp;nbsp;The hull was treated for osmosis in 2004.&amp;nbsp; There is generous accommodation for six with the owner&amp;rsquo;s en-suite cabin forward, a further double (which contains the navigation station) and a twin cabin.&amp;nbsp; A huge inventory on this very well equipped vessel which has had just about every conceivable update made in recent years, and ready to sail away.</p> <p>REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE</p><br />

<strong>Accommodation :</strong><br /><p><strong>Sleeps 6 in 2 double and two single berths in 4 cabins</strong></p> <ul> <li>6&#039;6" headroom throughout</li> <li>The interior is finished in satin varnish with cream upholstery (2009), carpets and curtains</li> <li>Stainless steel washboard grills to leave boat locked but aired</li> <li>Access to cabin sole for extra stowage</li> </ul> <p><strong>Saloon:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Large main saloon with dining area</li> <li>Teak racks for glasses, chart instruments, paper towels and bookshelves</li> <li>Extra teak grab handles inside and along cabin top</li> </ul> <p><strong>Galley:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Plastimo 2 burner gas cooker, oven and grill.</li> <li>Refrigerator</li> <li>Two sinks</li> </ul> <p><strong>Owners forecabin:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Extra large double berth</li> <li>Settee</li> <li>Dressing table</li> <li>En suite heads</li> <li>Infill panel</li> <li>Locker fitted</li> </ul> <p><strong>Two further cabins:</strong></p> <ul> <li>One with two single bunks</li> <li>One with a double berth</li> <li>Two large sliding windows to both rear cabins/ cockpit for extra light and ventilation</li> <li>Two opening ventilation hatches from rear cabins into cockpit for additional ventilation</li> </ul> <p><strong>Heads compartments:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Lavac marine toilet</li> <li>Hand basin</li> <li>Shower</li> </ul><br />

<strong>Inventory :</strong><br /><p><strong>Navigation Equipment:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Navtex</li> <li>Depth sounder</li> <li>Stowe log/speed</li> <li>Stowe wind speed and direction</li> <li>Garmin Navigation Centre, including GPS and radar (2008)</li> <li>Autohelm autopilot (2003)</li> <li>McMurdo radar reflector</li> <li>Spare Garmin GPS</li> <li>Plastimo compass</li> <li>Seavoice RT550 VHF with internal and external speakers</li> </ul> <p><strong>Ground Tackle:</strong></p> <ul> <li>CQR anchor with 50metres of chain</li> <li>Delta kedge anchor with 10 metres of chain and 50 metres of warp</li> <li>Electric windlass (2012)</li> </ul> <p><strong>General Equipment:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Cutlery and Crockery</li> <li>Clock and barometer</li> <li>Radio and CD player</li> <li>Outboard bracket</li> <li>Cockpit table</li> <li>Cockpit cushions</li> <li>Bombard tender (2006)</li> <li>Warps, fenders and boathook</li> <li>Mainsail cover (2006)</li> <li>Spray hood (2011)</li> <li>Dinghy cover</li> <li>Wheel cover</li> <li>Red lights in cabin and chart room</li> <li>Fuel cans</li> <li>Bathing ladder on stern</li> <li>2 x self draining lockers to hold large size gas tanks</li> <li>Chart reading light</li> <li>Cockpit light</li> </ul> <p><strong>Safety Equipment:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Pulpit, pushpit and guardwire</li> <li>Navigation lights</li> <li>Masthead light (2013)</li> <li>Deck light</li> <li>Cockpit light</li> <li>Steaming light</li> <li>3 x Manual bilge pump</li> <li>Electric bilge pump</li> <li>6-person life raft (last serviced 2012)</li> <li>Danbuoy</li> <li>Lifebuoy</li> <li>EPIRB</li> <li>Fire blanket</li> <li>4 x Manual fire extinguishers</li> <li>Automatic fire extinguisher</li> <li>Full length jack/ lifelines to the bows, plus two lifelines in the cockpit</li> <li>Emergency tiller</li> </ul><br />

<strong>Mechanical :</strong><br /><strong>Built by Trident Marine (UK) Ltd in 1989</strong><br /><strong>Designed by Bill Dixon</strong><br /><br /><strong>Hull # 069</strong><br /><strong>Layout &#039;C&#039; with owners cabin</strong><br /> <ul> <li><strong>GRP hull, deck and superstructure</strong></li> <li><strong>Treated for osmosis in June 2004</strong></li> <li><strong>Solid teak laid side decks (Bucklers Hard Boat Builders)</strong></li> <li><strong>Solid teak laid cockpit (Bucklers Hard Boat Builders)</strong></li> <li><strong>3/4 length encapsulated keel</strong></li> <li><strong>Wheel steering</strong></li> <li><strong>Skeg hung rudder</strong></li> <li><strong>Vetus 75KGF Bow thruster (2007), powered by 2 x 80 amp batteries in the forepeak</strong></li> <li><strong>Acrylic windows throughout (2010)</strong></li> <li><strong>Teak stowage rack to coach roof</strong></li> </ul> <p><strong>Mechanical:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Powered by a single Volvo D2-55 55hp 4-cylinder diesel engine (2012), engine bed (2012)</li> <li>Last serviced November 2016</li> <li>Fresh water cooled</li> <li>Approximately 300 hours running time to date</li> <li>Saildrive with aluminium propeller</li> <li>Single lever morse control</li> <li>Replacement engine instrument console with rev counter, oil pressure, AMPS, water temperature and fuel gauges</li> <li>Cruising speed under power 6.5 knots</li> <li>Maximum speed under power 8 knots</li> <li>Range 400 nautical miles</li> </ul> <p><strong>Electrics:</strong></p> <ul> <li>12v system supplied by 5-batteries, total capacity 450ah (2013)</li> <li>Charged by engine alternator and battery charger</li> <li>Battery monitor</li> <li>Wind generator</li> <li>Shore power</li> <li>Shore power cable</li> </ul> <p><strong>Water System:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Manual and pressurised water system throughout</li> <li>2 x Sea water pumps</li> <li>Water heated by calorifier and gas heater</li> </ul> <p><strong>Tankage:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Fuel capacity 42 gallons in 1 steel tank</li> <li>Freshwater capacity 130 gallons in 2 steel tanks</li> <li>Holding tank capacity 30 gallons in 1 steel tank</li> </ul> <p><strong>Rigging:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Cutter rigged with Kemp Aluminium alloy spars (1989)</li> <li>Stainless steel standing rigging (2013)</li> <li>Rigging renewed by Atlantic Spars</li> <li>Terylene running rigging (2012 /2013)</li> <li>Slab reefing mainsail</li> <li>Furlex headsail furling gear</li> <li>Profurl headsail furling gear</li> <li>Spinnaker gear and pole on mast</li> <li>2nd Spinnaker pole on deck</li> <li>Stack pack and Lazy Jacks (2013)</li> <li>Fredrickson cars on mast</li> <li>Running backstays option</li> <li>Mast steps to 1st spreaders</li> <li>Separate track on mast for quick hoisting of trysail</li> <li>4 x jammers for control lines lead aft</li> </ul> <p><strong>Winches:</strong></p> <ul> <li>2 x Lewmar ST46 2-speed self-tailing genoa sheet winches</li> <li>2 x Lewmar ST24 2-speed spinnaker sheet winches</li> <li>4 x Lewmar ST40 2-speed halyard winches</li> <li>3 x Lewmar ST40 2-speed self-tailing winches</li> </ul> <p><strong>Sails:</strong></p> <ul> <li>Peter Sanders Mainsail (2000)</li> <li>Hood Genoa (2016)</li> <li>Peter Sanders Staysail (2002)</li> <li>All above recently laundered and valeted</li> <li>Spinnaker</li> <li>Storm Jib</li> <li>Trysail</li> </ul><br />

Specifications
ModelWarrior 40Waterline length31 feet
Network Yacht Brokers Dartmouth
Network Yacht Brokers Dartmouth