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1999 40 (ft.) Caliber 40LRC

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General Information

Listing# 135399

Price
$179,000.00
Location
Cruising south, NC, United States
Manufacturer
Caliber
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1999
Category
Cruisers
Designer
Michael McCreary
Model
40LRC
Status
Used
Length
40 (ft.)
Bridge Clearance
56.5
Beam
12.67
LOA
40.92
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
44JH2E
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
1760

General Details

It is time to make that dream a reality. Stop waiting this is the boat to make that Dream come true.

She has just returned from a trip to Canada an is currently cruising south to Florida,

The Caliber is a performance cruiser with classic, graceful lines, Seaworthiness, and comfort the Caliber 40LRC has it all. Their owners appreciate their uncompromising craftsmanship, superior design and construction. On deck you'll find control, comfort and convenience. Below deck the spacious accommodations are graciously appointed providing exceptional livability great ventilation and beautiful hand rubbed teak furnishings.  WINDFALL is well equipped and ready to sail, Come take a look and you can follow that dream. Call to set up a time to see this great cruising vessel.

 

Specifications

Sail Area
IJPE : 739.50 sq ft I : 50.50 ft J : 17.25 ft P : 45.75 ft E : 13.25 ft Working Sail Area : 739.00 sq ft
Manufacturer Provided Description
A modified fin keel with skeg-hung rudder makes the Caliber 40LRC exceptionally responsive and quick, with outstanding directional stability even through pounding seas. Because she has an unusually large displacement for a boat of her size, the Caliber moves steadily in heavy seas, and because of her high ballast-to-displacement ratio, the Caliber is very stable (and therefore safe) in rough water. Much of the Caliber's weight is due to her superior construction and not just added ballast, so Caliber owners can be extra certain that their boat can take what the sea dishes out. Other builders may extol their use of exotic new building materials to save weight, but Caliber Yachts sticks with hefty, hand-crafted lamination - a time-tested construction method that provides layer upon layer of strength against tough offshore conditions. It's the reason why the Caliber 40LRC feels so solid - and why Caliber Yachts guarantees its hulls for life against structural defects to the original owner. Caliber Yachts are built for outstanding resistance to collisions, with extra layers of solid fiberglass at potential impact points. In case of damage to the bow or rudder, a watertight collision pocket and a rudder post dam are designed to minimize flooding. Elsewhere on the Caliber 40LRC, thoughtful features add flexibility and control, which makes for extra safety. For instance, the optional Convertible Cutter Rig with a retractable inner forestay instantly lets a Caliber change with the weather, from a swift sloop into an easily controlled cutter. It's a real lifesaver when winds turn heavy. The rudder is the most vulnerable appendage on any boat's hull, but Caliber has taken extra measures so that the rudder assembly is strong and well-protected: the rudder's steel core is welded to a shaft of solid 1.5-inch diameter stainless steel. The Triple-Support Rudder System shares the rudder's load among three bearings - one more than on most boats. For ease of maintenance and protection from corrosion, the upper rudder bearing, which supports most of the rudder's load, is housed inside the boat. The structural skeg not only supports the lower end of the rudder and shaft, but also helps shield the entire assembly from damage in a grounding. Moreover, Caliber Yachts takes four steps to join and seal the hull to the deck. These steps make the Quad-Seal Deck to Hull System extremely strong and dry: first, a tough, waterproof polyurethane adhesive chemically bonds the hull and deck; second, a waterproof co-polymer sealant ensures a watertight flange; third, an aluminum toe-rail is bonded to the hull and deck with polyurethane and thru-bolted with 0.25-inch stainless steel bolts set at six-inch intervals; finally, a stainless steel striker fastened around the rub-rail provides an additional moisture seal, and protects the hull around pilings and docks. The internal keel, tanks, and sub-sole on the Caliber 40LRC are actually integrated as part of the hull. The keel is not just bolted on, the sub-sole doesn't just support furniture, and the tanks are not just dropped in place; rather, each object is heavily bonded into place. This integrated structure offers many significant advantages: a deeper bilge prevents water from sloshing into lockers while the boat is heeled, there are no external keel bolts to maintain or cause leaks, the weight of the keel and primary sea loads are evenly distributed throughout the entire grid structure, the integral tanks enhance the hulls strength and serve as a double bottom that can prevent flooding if the hull is holed at the location of the tanks, and ballast is sealed within the keel as a safeguard against flooding if the keel is holed. The Caliber 40LRC's roomy cockpit is designed for safety and efficiency, even when sailing shorthanded. All sail control lines are led aft to the cockpit, and all winches are self-tailing for one-handed use. Even mainsail reefing, an awkward chore on many boats, is quick and easy on the 40LRC, thanks to the single-line auto-reefing system with cockpit controls. The T-shaped cockpit accommodates an extra-large diameter wheel to allow a skipper to sit off to the side for a clear view of the sails. With the cockpit's generous proportions, there's room for the tallest sailor to relax. An insulated cockpit icebox keeps cold food and drinks within easy reach. At the stern, a boarding platform makes it simple to board a dinghy or take a swim. The platform's folding ladder can be deployed from the water, allowing safe, quick access - even for an unassisted swimmer. A handheld shower provides a rinse-off right on the platform. At the forward end of a Caliber is another handy, functional feature: a distinctive anchor roller platform. Sturdily constructed of teak and stainless steel, the platform simplifies anchor handling and reduces the risk of the anchor chipping the hull's gelcoat. In terms of accommodations, the Caliber 40LRC is graciously appointed. Her sleeping quarters are true staterooms, expansive and private. Instead of a cramped V-berth, there's a full forward cabin with storage space and a generous offset berth. The roomy forward head features its own separate shower that's enclosed by a Plexiglas door, not a plastic curtain. Together, the forward cabin and head offer luxurious liveability for extended stays. The same kind of comfort and convenience is provided in the aft stateroom, with its double berth and large hanging locker. Clever design and uncompromising craftsmanship are further evident in the main salon. Well illuminated and richly furnished in teak, this area takes full advantage of a wide beam. The result is a "living room" that's perfect for entertaining guests. The twin-leaf dining table folds up against the bulkhead for additional space. The aft head is located where it's convenient to the cockpit, and it's designed with two doors - one connecting the aft stateroom and one the main salon - so it can be accessed from either area without disturbing the other's occupants. The aft head is completely outfitted with pressurized hot and cold water and a shower. The efficient L-shaped galley includes a two-burner stove and oven, a large icebox, twin sinks, ample storage for food and utensils, and more than enough counter space to prepare multi-course meals. As well, the ventilation on the Caliber 40LRC is outstanding with fourteen opening portholes, seven overhead hatches, one solar fan, and two dorades, each placed for optimal air circulation. Cruising the open sea is one of life's great adventures, but as experienced bluewater sailors know, the fun can easily be dampened by nasty surprises such as violent weather, uncooperative winds, questionable water supplies, and fuel rip-offs at out-of-the-way places. Fortunately for the owner of a Caliber 40LRC, such difficulties aren't so disheartening because the fuel and water tankage is designed for long-range capacity and dependability, to give you more freedom and control at sea. The fuel tanks on the 40LRC carry an astounding 230 gallons, which extends her motoring range many hundreds of miles beyond other boats in her class. When becalmed, or when a storm is threatening, the 40LRC can motor vast distances to reach more favorable conditions for sailing. As for water, the 40LRC hauls 200 gallons - sufficient to supply four people well beyond a month at sea. With capacities like these, the 40LRC won't constantly have to tank up at foreign ports, where the fuel and water prices may be high and the quality suspect. As further assurance against trouble, the Caliber 40LRC is equipped with dual tanks and filters for both fuel and water. Should a problem arise in one tank, a simple flip of a lever accesses the other.
Equipment List
Calibre 40LRC Specifications - Standard Equipment Hull and Deck - Caliber's Integral Strength-Grid Structure - Caliber's Multi-Bulkhead Bonding System - Caliber's Water Tight Collision Bulkhead - Off-white hull, two-tone deck - Hand-laid fiberglass construction - Cove stripe and boot top - Anchor locker in foredeck - Seven deck ventilation hatches & screens - Two flush mounted ports - Twelve stainless steel opening ports - Cockpit storage locker - Coaming box - Cockpit icebox - Low maintenance handrails on cabintop - Molded-in dorade boxes - Solar vent - Boarding platform shower - Molded-in boarding platform - Flush engine panel with Plexiglas cover Deck Hardware and Fittings - Caliber's Double-Lock Chainplate System - Caliber's Quad-Seal Deck to Hull System - Pedestal mounted compass - Pedestal guard - Single-lever engine control - Anchor roller platform w- double rollers - Six mooring cleats and six chocks - 28" Double lifelines with two gates - Two Lewmar #30 self-tailing 2-speed winch - Two Lewmar #48 self-tailing 2-speed winch - Winch handle - Two triple halyard jammers - Low maintenance aluminum toe rail - Two stainless steel dorades with guards - Inboard genoa tracks with cars - Line hangers for halyards - Low maintenance rub rail with s-s striker - Three cockpit scuppers - Both reef lines led aft to cockpit - Deck mounted traveler with control lines - Internal halyards led aft to cockpit Mast, Boom and Rigging - Mainsail with double reef points - 110 Percent jib - Anodized aluminum spars - Dacron running rigging color coded - Internal adjustable outhaul - Mid boom sheeting led aft to cockpit - Twin backstays - Keel stepped mast - Rigid boom vang Interior - Teak interior finished with satin varnish - Varnished teak & holly sole - Offset double berth in forward cabin - Storage space under forward berth - Mirrored vanity with seat - Storage shelves behind vanity mirror - Storage under vanity table lid - Large cedar lined hanging locker - Shelf & book rack over forward berth - Three drawers in forward cabin - Aft berth - Cedar lined hanging locker in aft cabin - Storage under quarter berth - L-shaped settee converts to a berth - Storage under and behind both settees - Teak cabinets over both settees - Bulkhead mounted table - Magazine and wine rack - Crib board holder - Custom mast cover - Removable steps access to engine - Storage shelves in main salon Galley - L-shaped galley - Double sink - Hot & cold pressure water and spray unit - Manual fresh water foot pump - Two-burner LPG stove with oven - Bin storage cabinets above countertop - Hideaway trash bin - Five teak-face drawers - Storage under sink - Storage under stove Heads - Two fully enclosed heads - Marine heads with holding tank - Deck pump-out and Y-valve - Separate shower stall in fwd head - Sinks - Hot & cold pressure water - Teak framed mirrors in both heads - Storage under sinks Navigation Station - Hinged chart table lid, storage under - Chart light - Cabinet for placement of electronics - Navigator's seat with storage under Mechanical - Electrical - Plumbing - Caliber's Triple Support Rudder System - Caliber's Water Tight Rudder Dam - Caliber's Fluids Control Panel - Electric bilge pump with auto switch - Manual bilge pump with access in cockpit - AC-DC panel and battery test system - AC 115 volt, 30 amp dockside power - Polarity indicator and GFI - Fifty-foot heavy duty shorepower cord - Two 12 volt gel marine batteries - Navigational lights - Two fresh water tanks with deck fill - VHF cable run from mast to nav station - Eleven gallon hot water heater - Heater works off engine heat exchanger - Heater works off 115V - Numerous 115 volt outlets - All wire pre-tinned - Foredeck light - Masthead light Engine - 50 hp diesel - Four-cylinder fresh water cooled - Tachometer and engine warning system - Bronze engine intake strainer - Two fuel tanks with deck fill Caliber 40LRC Optional Equipment - Two-inch PVC foam cockpit cushion - Mainsail cover - Mainsail fully-battened triple reefed - Furling 135% Genoa - Caliber's Convertible Cutter Rig with staysail- Asymmetrical spinnaker - Mainsail lazy pac system
Additional Information
BBQ grill Dinghy with outboard Kato Davits Offshore Sea anchor Plow anchor with 250' chain Fortress with chain and 250' rode Full cockpit enclosure Extra lines Many spares for long range cruising Kato engine hoist for outboard Zodiac liferaft 4 man New life line 2013 Ditch bag Bottom painted 2013
disclaimer
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.
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  Give me a call to set up a showing. Donny Helbich 252-259-7759