|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Ubicazione||Ft. Myers, Florida, Stati Uniti|
|Lunghezza totale||14.99 m|
|Lunghezza al galleggiamento||10.42 m|
|Pescaggio massimo||1.75 m|
|Tipo di chiglia||enums.keel-type.kt-full|
|Peso a secco||21600 lb|
|Altezza cabina||1.96 m|
|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Propeller Material||3 Lame|
|Locale WC /bagni||2|
|Serbatoio carburante||2 x 120 gal (Accaio Inox)|
|Serbatoio acqua||1 x 148 gal (Altro)|
|Serbatoio acque nere||2 x 37.5 gal (Accaio Inox)|
Price just reduced - Price to sell
"Lost Unicorn", 1977 Hallberg-Rassey 41' Ketch has beautiful classic lines, a full complement of sails, a new 55 hp Volvo engine, ground tackle that delivers the holding power needed, rich and spacious interior and a center cockpit - with full enclosure, glass windshield, a combination hard and soft bimini.. Delivering one of the most comfortable and safe blue-water vessel on the market. But , then again, you would not expects anything less from one of the world's top 10 premiere sailboat manufacturer.
- A Hallberg-Rassey Ketch
- 2014 - New Engine 55hp Volvo
- 2016 - 2 - 8D Batteries, 1 - 12v starter
- Full Complement of Sails - inspected and maintained in 2013
- Decks replaced 2004
- Fully enclosed Cockpit with Glass windshields, hard and soft top Biminis
- Spacious Aft Cabin with head and separate shower
Entering and down the companionway you enter a warm classic surroundings. The full size chart table with cushioned bench seat provides plenty of room for full charts and can double as a laptop workstation.
Heading forward on the port side is a full length lounge that double as a single berth and the back cushion is attached to a solid platform that can be raised - providing cover for the storage area behind and cushioned platform can be raised and secured for an additional berth; creating a bunk bed effect in the main salon. The same is true of the lounge/ berth on the starboard side of the salon.
In the center of the salon is a winged table. The middle section of the table has deep storage that creates an ideal place for wine and spirits bottles.
From the vantage point looking right you'll see the galley with the three burn/ oven, a refrigeration/ freezer compartment and the Corian counters with a deep double sink arrangement.
Taking the teak line passageway to the aft cabin you enter a very room large double berth arrangement with an abundance of storage and an en-suite head and separate shower stall.
Going forward through the salon leads to the forward head and v - berth cabin.
Engine and Power Train
The engine was upgraded in 2014 to a new diesel Volvo 55 hp engine.
The engine has only 60 hours on it.
A new transmission, drive shaft, dripless shaft seal and motor mounts were replaced at the same time.
The sail inventory consists of the following:
- Main sail - inspected and serviced in 2013
- Hood Sto-Boom furling for main sail
- 150 Genoa on furller
- Mizzen sail - non furling
- Storm sail is a hood furling sail
- Spare head sail - hank on Genoa
Cockpit and decks
The cockpit with custom Stainless steel arch provides a safe and dry environment to sail the boat. The glass windshield with the solid top over the companionway and electrons keeps everything dry.
The raised soft Bimini is a great sun-blocker and the full enclosure canvas can easily be attached to provide shelter from the elements.
The teak benches and helm wheel adds the extra touch of class to the boat.
The teak side foreward and side decks have all been updated.
Ground tackle and others
- Electric Windlass
- 2 - 45# CQR anchors
- 1 - 200' chain rode
- 1- 3/4" 200' nylon rode
15hp - Honda outboard
Custom stainless steel dinghy divits
All Electronics 2004:
- Interphase Probe - depthfinder
- Furuno 1833C radar/chartplotter
- B&G GPS
- VDO knot Meter
- ICOM M125 VHF
- ICOM IC-725 HF (Ham radio)
- RadioRay remote control searchlight
- Benmar autopilot
The owners have enjoyed and lovely cared for "Lost Unicorn" for over 30 years.
They have ventured throughout the Caribbean on her. It was a freshwater boat (which meant every winter the boat was up on the hard) until 2005 when the owners brought her to Southwest Florida and docked this classic lady behind their home on the Caloosahatchee River - which is freshwater. The hull is in great condition and the bilge is very dry.
The sails are in fine condition and the engine has only 60 hrs. on it; the "bones" of this vessel are very strong.
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.