1994 custom Bob Harris ocean cruising tri regrettably, for sale. Epoxy airex foam hulls and marine ply decks. Hulls professional turned in BC in 1988 and splashed by local marine professional in 1994. 41 ft LOA, 24 beam, just over 4 draft with centerboard raised. Roughly 12,000 lbs.
A wonderful sailing boat with spacious fully enclosed cockpit and tiller steering. Great running, although hours unknown, Yanmar 3GM30F, with new starter and new start battery. Four 6volt Trojan T-105 batteries comprise the house bank.
Sails in very good condition and include Neil pryde full batten main, backup main, tri sail (with separate track), staysail, 120 fueling Genoa, backup hank on genny, and storm jib.
Interior warm and comfy with a snug double v berth (currently where my wife and I sleep), enclosed head (23 gallon flexible holding with y valve) with separate vanity area just aft of that, followed by two wing berths, fold up salon table which seats 4 comfortably (seating for 6 beyond table edge), and then galley just aft of that. Copious storage cubbies in the galley area which extends all the way outboard. Force the two burner stove (one burner needs, we guess, new thermocoupler), Danfoss compressor runs under counter fridge, and force 10 propane heater. Two stainless horizontal propane tanks stored in cockpit locker. Two integrate water tanks, one 20 gallon feeds foot galley foot pump and one 40 gallon feeds 12v electric pump (tanks saddle centerboard trunk in bilge). Spacious covered cockpit next aft, with sail and engine controls all easily accessible. Aft drop down queen berth (where our two boys sleep-with crawl through engine access) entered via hatch in aft cockpit coaming (forward engine accessible via removable electrical panel and housing at foot of companionway stairs near galley).
Just replaced forward and aft trampoline nets and continued work on deck projects, with several still needed.
She is a wonderful, well thought out boat, with plenty of live aboard comfort but super simple systems (85 watt solar keeps up at anchor!). Thanks for looking