Ganley 41

Ganley 41

  • 41′ - 12.49m
  • 2004
If you want to go anywhere in the world with total confidence pay attention as this Ganley 41 is a special boat! You do not find steel, aft cabin, centre cockpit blue water cruisers engineered like this everyday.

Built by Evert Van Kleef the solid construction of this vessel and practical design needs to be seen up close and personal to be be fully appreciated. Heavy duty stainless steel has been used extensively topsides with the rigging, deck fittings and fixtures well above marine survey standards.

Below decks presents well and feels like home, there is very good natural light and the finish of the woodwork if of the highest standard. The saloon, galley and navigation station are all fitted out in Papua New Guinea Rosewood and Queensland Maple. The floors throughout the vessel are beech and inlaid with WA Jarrah.

The engine compartment is an absolute masterpiece, the layout allows easy access for maintenance and visual inspections on the main engine, exhaust, hydraulics, heat exchanger, sea strainers, raw and fresh water plumbing and fuel lines.

Make no mistake Morghan Le Faye is back on the market along with a big price reduction and a motivated owner sincerely wanting to find his much loved boat a new home.

If you appreciate a rock solid build, like the idea of being able to travel without limits wherever the wind takes you and have a penchant for quality engineering this boat is for you.

Call the Mooloolaba office now to arrange an inspection.

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Reference: ESC 383
Name: Morghan Le Faye
Special Listing:
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Location: Mooloolaba
Region: Queensland
Year: 2004
Designer: Denis Ganley
Builder: Evert Van Kleef
Length: 41′ (12.49m)
Beam: 4 M
Draft: 2.1 M
Displacement: 12,000 Kg
Keel/Ballast: Lead
Hull Material: Steel
Deck Material: Steel
Engine: Single Nanni 50 HP Diesel Engine
Engine Make: Nanni
HorsePower: 50 HP
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1,200 hours approx.
Engine Hours (2nd Engine):
Fuel Consumption: 3 Lph
Max Speed: 9 knots
Cruise Speed: 6 knots
Propulsion: 3-Blade
Thrusters:
Genset:
Fuel Capacity: 683 Litres
WaterCapacity: 350L in three stainless tanks
Galley: LAYOUT: Huge galley with two bowl sink and lots of bench space
STORAGE: Lockers throughout, storage in foredeck, large enough for extra cabin
Refrigeration: 12v Isotherm
Freezer: Yes
Stove: Broadwater with oven and griller
WaterMaker: Power Survivor 40-E
Hot Water System: Isotherm
Accommodation: SALOON: U-shaped settee to starboard, bench settee to port
HEADROOM: 6'
Cabins: Queen size aft cabin, saloon converts to two sea berths
Berths: 4
Shower:
Toilet: Electric quiet flush Johnson plus Holding Tank
Entertainment:
Air Conditioning:
Dinghy: Walker Bay Hyperlon Tubes
Outboard: 2 x 3.3Hp
Covers: Full covers plus cockpit clears
Ground Tackle: ANCHOR WINCH: Electric Muir Cheetah
REMOTE: 1
ANCHOR: 3
CHAIN: 80m x 10mm
Safety Gear: DANBUOY: Yes
HARNESS: 2
SPOTLIGHT: Yes
Bilge Pumps: 3 x electric, 2 x manual
Life Raft: 4-man Zodiac Open Sea
Epirb: 406
Life Jackets: 6
Flares: Yes
Fire Protection: Yes
Electrics: LIGHTING: 12v
SHORE POWER: Yes
INVERTER: 4500 watt
BATTERIES: 6 x 100 amp AGM, 1 x 100 amp gel
SOLAR PANELS: 2 x 85w
Electronics/Navigation: GPS: Furuno
PLOTTER: Raymarine
SOUNDER: Raymarine
RADAR: Raymarine 24-mile
AUTO PILOT: Raymarine 150/400
RADIOS: HF JSB JRC, VHF Icom with remote
Sail Inventory: Fully battened main, staysail, MPS in sock - All in good condition
Mast/Rigging: RIG TYPE: Cutter rig stainless steel
RIG AGE: 2004
FURLER: Yes
LAZY JACKS: Yes
SPARS: Aluminium
Deck Gear: Winches - 2 x Lewmar 50, 3 x Lewmar 40, 2 x mast
Trailer:
Survey:
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