Allied/Tri-Shore Yachts Group
|Liegeplatz||Vancouver, British Columbia, Kanada|
|Länge über alles||12.5 m|
|Länge an der Wasserlinie||9.14 m|
|Verdränger (Halblast)||18000 Pfund|
|Motoren - Standort||enums.engine-location.center|
|Konstrukteur||C&C Design Group|
A well known and regarded Vancouver classic, Maestro has been cruised and raced locally since 1975. Built by Capital Yachts of California to a C&C design that followed closely after the successful C&C Redline 41.
Comfortable and capable as a cruiser and easily handled with a small crew. Longer overhangs, narrower beam and heavier displacement make for a pretty boat that sails and motors well. Just repowered with a used but newer Perkins 4108 diesel. Maintained well over the years and through a number of owners, Maestro is in nice shape and ready for her next owner!
Maestro is a pretty older style cruiser with longer overhangs and a bit narrower beam than newer boats but is a really solid cruising sloop that combines performance and crew comfort.
Capable of sleeping up to 7 crew in generous berths; the V-berth forward, the convertible dinette to port, the settee and pipe berth to starboard and the quarterberth. All are sized for real people.
The head is forward to port and includes marine toilet, vanity with sink and capability of hot & cold water shower system.
The galley is port side aft in main salon and features icebox with refrigeration system, CNG stove with oven, stainless steel sink with pressurized hot & cold water and a significant number of drawers and lockers for cutlery, dishes, pans and pantry items.
The navigation station is to starboard at the forward end of the quarterberth and includes electrical panels and some navigation instruments.
On deck there is a large aft cockpit, wide side decks and cabin roof; all easy to move about on with perimeter lifelines.
- CNG stove with oven. CNG tank fixed in aft port locker.
- Stainless steel sink with pressurized hot & cold water system. Hot water tank operates off engine cooling coil and 120 VAC power.
- Icebox with 12 volt DC refrigeration system. Fridge/freezer sections.
- Drawers and lockers for cutlery, dish, pan and pantry item storage.
- Bright area with good natural light through portlight windows.
Perkins 4108 diesel engine, 25 hp, FWC, installed as a used but newer engine in spring of 2020.
- Velvet Drive transmission with reduction gearing.
- Stainless steel propeller shaft. 1 1/8" diameter.
- Martec folding propeller.
- Strut with cutlass bearing.
- Controls at binnacle.
- Engine panel with tachometer, oil pressure, engine temperature and engine alarm system.
Fuel: 100 litres / 22 gallons.
Water: 3 X 181 litre tanks = 545 litres / 3 X 40 gal tanks = 120 gal.
12 volt DC ship service electrical system with master selector switch, master breaker and tabulated and fused distribution panel.
- 2 X 6 volt deep cycle batteries for house service.
- 1 X 12 volt engine starting battery.
- Xantrex battery monitor.
120 volt AC X 30 amp dockside shore power system with Smartcord, Smartcord inlet fitting, master breaker, reverse polarity indicator and tabulated and fused Blue Seas distribution panel. GFCI protected outlets.
- 30 amp Newmar battery charger.
- 2 stage Smart Trickle charger.
- Inverter - capable of charging one computer, tablet or phone.
- Autohelm 4000ST autopilot system.
- Raymarine Tri-data - knotmeter, log, depth sounder.
- Binnacle compass.
- Garmin 76CSX gps plotter.
- Raymarine wind speed and wind direction.
- Icom M302 VHF radio with masthead antenna.
- Handheld VHF radio.
- Sony stereo.
- CQR anchor with 100' chain and 200' line rode.
- Stainless steel bow roller.
- Anchor windlass.
- Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions with dual course wire lifelines. Opening gates both sides.
- Mechanical backstay adjuster.
- Lifesling MOB Recovery collar.
- Life ring, heaving line, MOB pole, MOB light, flares, fire extinguishers, radar reflector, 6 life jackets, first aid kit.
- Manual bilge pump.
- Automatic-electric bilge pump.
- Hinged acrylic doors at companionway.
- Rail mounted propane barbecue.
- Teak cockpit table mounted on binnacle.
- Pipe berth for starboard salon.
- Lee cloths for forward and port berths.
- Winter cover.
Rigging and Sails
Double spreader aluminum mast with stainless steel wire standing rigging. Standing rigging replaced in 2015. Mast wiring replaced in 2015. Running rigging all serviceable.
- Base of standing rigging moved 4" inboard to spec of MkII version to allow for tighter sheeting angles. Inboard genoa track added.
- Tackle boom vang.
- Coachroof traveler.
- Gear driven backstay adjuster.
- Sail controls led to cockpit.
- Hood roller furling headsail.
- Lazy jacks on mainsail.
- LED anchor light.
- Masthead tri-colour light.
- Standard navigation lights (port, starboard, stern and steaming).
Lewmar winches - Lewmar 55 - 3 speed primary winches, Lewmar 43 - 2 speed secondary winches, 4 Lewmar coachroof halyard and adjustment winches.
Spinnaker gear - Spinnaker pole, topping lift, downhaul, sheets, guys, halyards.
Sails: On boat -
- Kevlar mainsail - 2003.
- #2 Furling genoa.
Not on boat currently -
- #1 genoa.
- #3 genoa - tired but serviceable.
- Storm jib.
- Main - short luff.
- Spinnaker staysail.
- Spinnaker - 0.5 oz.
- Spinnaker - 1.8 oz in snuffer.
Additional rigging -
- Running backstays.
- Genoa and spinnaker halyards.
Steering: Cable and quadrant steering system with spade rudder. Rudder was increased in size by approximately 25% to specs of Newport 41 MkII version for enhanced control. Steering cables replaced in 2017.
Modifications and Notes
- Newport 41's evolved from the C&C Redline 41 which was a very successful design for C&C under the CCA rule. The Redlines were built with end-grain balsa core to reduce weight and increase stiffness. The Capital Yachts built Newport 41's were built with Airex core which reduced weight, increased stiffness and seems to have helped avoid some of the core deterioration problems suffered by some balsa cored boats.
- The rig chainplates were moved inboard approximately 4 inches to enable tighter sheeting angles. At the same time inboard genoa sheeting tracks were added. The MkII version apparently came with these changes as standard.
- The rudder was made deeper and increased in area by approximately 25% from the original design. This was to provide better control as the wind speeds increased. This was done to the MkII version of the design.
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.
Allied/Tri-Shore Yachts Group
Allied/Tri-Shore Yachts Group