Designed by Ted Hood and built in1975 by Bristol Yachts in Bristol Rhode Island this 40-foot sloop is a real sailor’s boat. It points well, stands up to a good blow and will sail well in winds as low as 5 knots.
"Orca" received a total paint and varnish job and shows beautifully.
|Model:||Bristol 40 Ted Hood|
|Coast Guard #:||N/A|
|Accomodations:||Guest SR/S: 0/0 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0|
|LOA:||40' 0" (12.19m)|
|LWL:||27' 2" (8.28m)|
|Beam:||10' 9" (3.28m)|
|Max Draft:||5' 2" (1.57m)|
|MFG Length:||39' 2" (11.94m)|
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Designed by Ted Hood and built in1975 by Bristol Yachts in Bristol Rhode Island this 40-foot sloop is a real sailor’s boat. It points well, stands up to a good blow and will sail well in winds as low as 5 knots. This boat has been continually upgraded since purchased it in 1992.
The latest upgrades include a complete varnish job, repainting the cabin top and decks and the topsides. She has anew E7 Hybrid by Raymarine at the helm.
The salon has a settee as well as a dining table with ample seating for 4 persons. Above on both sides are more cabinets with sliding drawers as well as storage under and behind seat cushions. There is an access door to the head, with sink and shower, from the salon.
The Nav Station has a hinged desktop for chart storage underneath and drawers and a built-in cabinet located in the base and another cabinet at desk level.
There are additional sleeping accommodations provided in the salon and at the Nav Station, as the settee converts to a sea berth and there is another quarter berth located at the nav station, which serves as a cockpit locker when not in use.
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