Mahalo is a Centurion 40 from the pen of Ed Dubois and built in the highly regarded French yard of Henri Wauquiez.
A strong and stiff aft cockpit bluewater cruiser with a masthead sloop rig with a keel stepped mast.
A very capable offshore yacht known for fast Ocean crossings with a seakindly motion and ideal for long term cruising on a modest budget.
The interior layout provides for four berths in two double cabins plus two further saloon berths and two heads.
Repowered in 2008 with a new Yanmar 40hp diesel which has only done 1,800 hours since and well equipped for long range cruising with a watermaker, SSB radio, solar panels, air-conditioning and a portable generator.
With 12v DC and 110v / 220v AC The shoal draft keel and 63 bridge clearance makes her suitable for cruising the shallow anchorages of the Bahamas and Caribbean and also for the Intracoastal Waterway and East Cost of the USA.
Mahalo was sailed from France to the USA by her first owner, who cruised the Bahamas and Caribbean before sailing her back across the Atlantic to spend a few years in the Mediterranean. Since returning she has been cruising the Caribbean for the last 10 years or so.
Originally US flagged and USCG Documented she is now on the British Registry.
A recent survey is available on request along with the maintenance records.