1973 Norlin 41 For Sale

Stock #259675 -
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Boat Details

Year:
1973
Type:
Sail
Brand:
Category:
Model:
41
Length (LOA):
40' 8"
Beam:
12' 8"
Draft:
76"
Trailer:
No
Stock #:
259675
Location:
Sandusky, Ohio
(near Lorain)
Status:
Sold
Storage Status:
On the hard††
Reason for Selling:
Moved
Sailboat Details
Genoa:
Main Sail:
Roller Furling Jib:
Covers - Sail:
Main
Boom Vang:
Lazy Jacks:
Backstay:
Boom:
Lifelines:
Running Rigging:
Sloop Rig:
Spinnaker Pole:
Winches:
Lewmar (10)
Mast:
Black Aluminum
Recently Sold — Akron, OH

Norlin 41 (made by Lemvig Boat works in Denmark) - similar to the Swan 41, available for sale in Ohio. USCG documented. A vessel appraisal provided by the seller from October 2021 has valued the vessel at $34,900. The seller has priced the boat below that as he's hoping for a quick sale.

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1973 Norlin 41 Sloop in Sandusky, Ohio

Stock #259675

Norlin 41 (made by Lemvig Boat works in Denmark) - similar to the Swan 41, available for sale in Ohio. USCG documented. A vessel appraisal provided by the seller from October 2021 has valued the vessel at $34,900. The seller has priced the boat below that as he's hoping for a quick sale.

Best features of the boat per the seller: It is set up very nicely for sailboat racing (PHRF rating was 93 last time it was rated), while still being comfortable to stay on for weekend cruising.

The boat was mainly used for racing and short term cruising around Lake Erie. The boat comes with a storage unit's amount of gear. The storage is near the boat and contains all of the gear for the boat, including multiple sets of sails.

MISC Specs:

Passenger Capacity: When racing, 4 to 8 people on board.

Sleeping Capacity: "officially" it can sleep 9 simultaneously, however in practice, it is comfortable to have 4 people sleep on board at any given time.

When racing we would only ever have all 8 people sleeping at the same time when we were at the dock overnight before a race.

Waste capacity: Currently none when there was a bladder tank, it was 15 gallons
# of cabins: 3 (V-berth, aft cabin, main) closing doors between each for a bit of privacy
# of berths: Officially 9 (see comments above)
V-berth: 2
Main cabin: 5 (one settee makes into a double, and it has sea berths above the settee berths)
Aft cabin: 2

ENGINE Specs:

- 1973 Farymann Diesel S30
- Raw water cooled
- No hour meter so hours are unknown. The engine was mostly used for docking and getting out to the race start/finish line.
- Fuel burn: unknown - The Seller was collecting data on this but the notebook was lost when they moved from Ohio to Maryland
- Drive type: hydraulic pump
- Cruise speed: ~5 knots (under engine alone. With only sail, it generally goes between 5 and 9 knots, I have achieved a max speed of 10 knots)
- Max speed: ~7 knots (under engine of course)

The engine is not the common Yanmar or Volvo, but the Farymann is a very simple engine with very little to go wrong and it has never given me any problems. The design for the Farymann engine was bought by a generator company (Entec) who still manufactures and sells new parts for it.

Electrical system:

- Currently no batteries on board, has room for 3x Group 31-sized batteries
- No generator
- Alternator was replaced by the previous owner, I do not have any details off the top of my head on it
- Battery charger: charger with stages for AGM charging algorithm
- Circuit break panel is at the chart table
- Deck lights on the lower set of spreaders, cockpit itself does not have a light
- Navigation lights are installed and functioned properly the last time I used them
- Several 30 amp shore power cords come with the boat
- Stereo system on board is in the main cabin with two speakers only

Navigation Equipment:

- Standard Horizon VHF radio with AIS and GPS
- Compass in the cockpit at the pedestal
- Autopilot (the kind that goes on the wheel) (autohelm 3000)
- Speed/depth transducers
- Handheld spotlight and a few connectors around the boat to plug it in

Accommodations:

- Galley has sink, propane stove with oven, pull out cutting board, lots of storage for dishes/pots/pans, there is an icebox with no refrigeration (this could be upgraded easily enough by the new owner)
- Pressurized water throughout the boat (at galley and in both heads)
- Sinks in both heads as well as the galley
- There is a folding table that goes in the main cabin around the mast, both sides lift up
- 120v AC outlets on board (no inverter)
- 12v DC system

Deck gear:

- 2 anchors, 150' of 3/4 line for the 35 lb, and 50' of r for 15 lb.
- Bimini top
- Propane magma grill (circular type)

Safety Equipment:

- Bilge pump
- Handheld searchlight with connectors on deck to plug it in (not cordless)
- Handheld air horns (canned air type)
- Bow pulpit and stern pushpit are stainless steel tubing, stainless stanchions and lifeline run perimeter of deck

Sailing/Rigging Gear:

- Mast is Black Aluminum, keel stepped, hydraulic back stay, roller-furler
- Harken forestay, Aluminum boom, stainless steel chain plates shrouds to hull stringers
- Forestay to a stainless nose plate, Aft chain plate is molded to transom
- Spinnaker pole and strut
- Boom Vang, Lazy Jacks and reefing lines, single line reefing, multiple reef points
- Feathering prop with two blades
- 10 Lewmar winches - none are self-tailing
- Sail cover for main sail, genoa has a UV cover for roller furling
- Ballast is a fin keel made of lead
- Sheets and halyards are all included (along with all rigging required to sail the boat, most is not on board currently, but in storage)

Most recent full bottom job was in 2006 by the previous owner. Stripped down and coated with 12 coats of 2 part barrier coat, and 2 coats of VC17 every season she's been in the water. They continued painting with VC17 every year that she was in the water.

The following items were done by the current owner:

* Updated through-hulls and seacocks (groco bronze) for 7 of the 9 total on the boat (finished end of last year)
* New engine intake and exhaust hoses (finished earlier this year)
* Replaced engine intake raw water strainer (finished earlier this year)
* Changed impeller annually
* Changed oil + filter annually
* Upgraded starboard side engine mount (two years ago)
* Removed the old bladder holding tank due to age and they are known to leak eventually (ours never did but we wanted to remove it ASAP) along with all plumbing for both heads - have not replaced
* Removed a cracked forward head (the bowl itself was split) - have not replaced
* Replaced VHF with AIS/GPS and RAM mic in the cockpit
* Replaced speakers for the stereo in the main cabin - the head unit is fairly old but it didn't need to be replaced
* replaced some deck coring near the mast and deck prisms

Information On Condition

Per seller: As you can see from the above-written description, we did a fair bit of work revolving around safety, and were intending to replace it with a new holding tank and new forward head with all new plumbing, but since moving and purchasing another boat locally, we now need to just sell the boat.

In addition to the above items (the forward head/plumbing/holding tank) I do not think there are any major concerns that would show up on a survey.

Approximate boat location: Sandusky, Ohio


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Basic Details
Year:
1973
Type:
Sail
Brand:
Category:
Model:
41
Length (LOA):
40' 8"
Hours:
--
Stock #:
259675
Location:
Storage Status:
On the hard ††
(as of 10/22/2021)
Engine & MechanicalMech.
Count:
1
Year:
1973
Brand:
Farymann
Model:
S30
Size:
30 hp
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Fuel Tank:
20 gals
Cruising Speed:
5 mph
Maximum Speed:
8 mph
Config.:
Inboard
Dimensions & Specifications & Specs
Length Overall:
40' 8"
Beam:
12' 8"
Min. Draft:
76"
Cockpit Location:
Aft
Weight:
19,800 lbs
Bridge Clearance:
62'
NavigationalNav. Equipment
Compass:
Speed/depth Transducers:
Navigation Lights:
VHF:
Standard Horizon
Spotlight:
Handheld
Autopilot:
Autohelm 3000
Deck Features
Bimini:
Fenders:
BBQ Grill:
Magma
Anchor:
2 (35 Lb & 15 Lb)
Safety EquipmentEquip.
Air Horn:
Bilge Pump:
ElectricalElec. Components
Battery Charger:
Circuit Breaker Panel:
Deck Lights:
Shore Power Cord:
Stereo:
2 Speakers
Sails
Genoa:
Main Sail:
Roller Furling Jib:
Covers - Sail:
Main
Rigging
Boom Vang:
Lazy Jacks:
Backstay:
Boom:
Lifelines:
Running Rigging:
Sloop Rig:
Spinnaker Pole:
Winches:
Lewmar (10)
Mast:
Black Aluminum
Accommodations & Passengers
# Cabins:
3
Sleep. Capacity:
9
Can Live Aboard:
Water Capacity:
75 gals
Waste Capacity:
0 gals
Generator:
No
Ice Box:
Pressurized Water System:
Cutting Board:
Folding Dinette Table:
Galley:
Stove / Oven:
Sink:
3
Head:
2
ConstructionConst. Features
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Hull Shape:
Fin Keel
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