Bermuda 40 MK III Yawl
40' / 12.19m

Manchester , Massachusetts , United States
"The Bermuda 40 is a quintessential example of Tripp's art and masterful eye for near-perfect balance." ~ Jack Horner for Boat U.S.Boat Review
Fiberglass Hull
Vessel ID# 2789928
$119,000 USD
€108,927 Euros
CA$159,398 CAD
£96,171 GBP

"The Bermuda 40 is a quintessential example of Tripp's art and masterful eye for near-perfect balance. I think it can be safely said that this boat has stood the test of time, and, although the design is now 40 years old, many people, myself among them, still consider the Bermuda 40 one of the most beautiful yachts afloat." ~ Jack Horner for Boat U.S.Boat Review  

PARVATI (hull #181) is a fine example of the iconic Bermuda 40, lovingly cared for by her owner who has spent many summers cruising along the New England coast. Stored indoors in the off-season and professionally maintained, she is available to see on request.

Data Sheet
LOA 41' (12.42 meters)
Type sail
Year 1982
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass

Engine 1

I D 119503
Hours Date 01-01-2022
Engine Make Westerbeke
Engine Model 55B FOUR
Engine Year 2005
Engine Type Inboard
Power HP 55.00


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Andrew Sheriff

Yacht Broker
Dion's Yacht Yard
23 Glendale Street
Salem Massachusetts 01970 United States

As a member of an active sailing family, Andrew was raised on the waters off Stonington, CT sailing primarily on Blue Jays, Lasers and various J Boats, among others. His adventures in boating began in his early childhood and have led to a broad array of recreational and competitive experiences on the water. His racing activities include numerous IRC, PHRF and one-design events, Block Island and Key West race weeks, the Marblehead-Halifax race, Newport-Bermuda race, Pineapple Cup, St. Barth’s Bucket and Shipyard Cup.

Andrew lives in Magnolia, MA and is an active member of the Manchester Yacht Club serving on the club’s Race Committee, as well as serving on the board of directors for the Manchester Sailing Association. He spends his free time on the coast of Maine in the summer and is also an avid fisherman and skier. Andrew’s boating knowledge – both sail and power – is sharp and his friendly professionalism creates a pleasant and informative buying or selling experience for his clients.