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1985 Chuck Paine Intrepid 40 Center Cockpit

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

$98,000

Highly customized two owner vessel that is a veteran of both the  Newport Bermuda and  Marion Bermuda races. CONSTANCY also has assembled a long list of round-the-buoy yacht club trophy finishes

CONSTANCY is hull number 7 (8 built) Intrepid 40 center cockpit sloop, with integral cut away keel and skeg mounted rudder, designed by Chuck Paine, a highly respected designer of offshore cruisers. She was custom built to very high standards by Intrepid Yachts, Inc. in Massachusetts the custom division of Cape Dory Yachts.

This vessel was designed as a fast sailing, well-built yacht to provide maximum interior accommodations for her length. She was built as a long distance, live aboard cruising. She has had continual maintenance and upgrading and stored inside during winters, except for the last 2 winters.  One innovative design feature was allowing a relatively easy engine removal through the cockpit sole to enable ease of major service. She was re-powered in 1993 with a Yanmar 4JH2-THE (76 hp) replacing the original Perkins 4-108. This engine provides a cruising speed of 7-8 knots (2800 rpm) and 1.4 GPH for a range of 450 nautical miles.  At 6 knots (2200 rpm) she will burn .6 for a range of approximately 540 nautical miles.

CONSTANCY has proven to be a very comfortable and seaworthy bluewater vessel. The cockpit is large enough to seat six people comfortably. She offers high backs and seats long enough for a tall person to stretch out. She stays dry in heavy seas with a large dodger that captures the forward end of the cockpit.  Herreshoff style interior - Formica bulkheads - 6 ft 4 inch headroom and 6 hatches provide a bright spacious and well-ventilated interior.  The main salon is roomy with wide settees, large dining area, full sized forward facing nav station, and sea-going galley. There is a walkthrough to the aft cabin (workbench with vice in walkthrough). There is also an ample size forward vee berth, and 2 wet heads with showers. She has a very practical comfortable interior arrangement. Each berth has lee cloth.

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: CONSTANCY
Make: Chuck Paine
Model: Intrepid 40 Center Cockpit
Year: 1985
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass

Dimensions

Length: 40 ft
Length Overall: 41'6 ft
Beam: 12'6 ft

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Model: 4JH2-HTE
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 76hp

Other

Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Sloop, Cutter

Contact

Annie Gray
Gray & Gray Yacht Brokers, Inc.

Office

Gray & Gray Yachts
36 York Street
York, Maine, US, 03909
Tel:207-363-7997


VESSEL DETAILS

Hull and Deck

  • Original gel coat on topsides in excellent condition
  • Hull: Hand Laminated Fiberglass with ½” Airex Core
  • Unidirectional Laminate in Highly Stressed Areas
  • Hull was hydro peeled at Brewers Pilots Point in 1993 and re-glassed and sealed W/Epoxy barrier coat, In 2007 hull was sandblasted with new barrier coat applied.
  • One-piece molded fiberglass with Klegecell core.
  • Thru-bolted hull to deck joint
  • Molded rub rail
  • Molded 3-inch bulwark topped with teak toe rail for offshore safety with rain catchment capability in port and starboard water tanks.
  • Contrasting non-skid
  • Keel and rudder: Cut away forefoot keel and skeg hung rudder with 3 bladed Max Prop in skeg
  • Bronze sea cocks thru-bolted W/double hose clamps – all thru hulls items are bonded. All sea cocks serviced annually (2019)
  • White hull – original gel coat in excellent condition, blue cove stripe blue boot top, Awlgripped recently, blue Bottom
  • Large self-bailing cockpit with teak grate – two 2” ID cockpit drains -
  • Anti-fouling bottom paint 2020 by Lyman Morse (using Micron CRC).
  • (12)  Polished bronze opening ports
  • (7) opening hatches
  • 1” stainless steel dorade vent guards and cowl mounted on teak deck boxes.
  • 30” high 1.25” diameter lifeline stanchions with 316 stainless steel 1×19 double lifelines
  • 30” high stainless-steel bow pulpit
  • 30” high stainless-steel mast pulpits on each side of mast
  • 3 Pelican hook boarding gates: port, starboard, and aft
  • Stainless steel swim/man overboard boarding ladder in stern.
  • 1 stainless steel dorade vent guards and cowl mounted on teak deck boxes.
  • Engine instrument box in at forward end of cockpit and easy viewed
  • Deck gear locker in cockpit.
  • USCG approved stowage locker for 2 20# aluminum propane tank
  • Stainless steel outboard easy deployment davit
  • Stainless steel radar, GPS, mast post aft of helm

 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Specs Builder: Intrepid Yachts (Cape Dory Yachts, East Taunton, MA.)Year: 1985 Designer: C.W. ( Chuck ) Paine Flag of Registry: United States Keel: External lead long fin keel with skeg-mounted rudder and protected propeller. Hull Shape: Monohull Dimensions

LOA: 41ft 6 in (with anchor platform)

LOD: 40 ft 0 in

Beam: 12 ft 6 in

LWL: 32 ft 9 in

Maximum Draft: 5 ft 8 in

Displacement: 23764 lbs.(IRC empty)

Ballast: 7500 lbs. of external lead ballast

Bridge Clearance: 53 ft 0 in

Headroom: 6 ft 4 in

 

Ratings

2018 IRC (Certified) .968

2018 ORR (General purpose) 680

2018 PHRF 141

 

Engines and Mechanical:

Engines/Mechanical Engine was removed for major service in 2017 that included injectors cleaned, starter replaced, fresh water pump replaced, heat exchange inspected and cleaned, damper plate replaced, oil cooler serviced, and other hoses and items replaced as required. Transmission was serviced and inspected, seals replaced, and components found to be in excellent condition. Engine currently has approximately 3,600-3,800 hours.

This engine provides a cruising speed of 7 knots (28,000 rpm) and 1.4 GPH for a range of 450 nautical miles.  At 6 knots (22,000 rpm ) she will burn 1 GPH  for a range of 540 nautical miles.

Spare parts include spare alternator, belts, fresh water pump, fresh water pump impeller, Balmar regulator.

Removable Cockpit Sole for Engine Removal

12 Total Power: 76 HP diesel

  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH2-HTE (76 hp)
  • Engine hours: approx. 3,800
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Propeller: 3 blade Max Prop – Reconditioned at Max-Prop 2015 
  • Drive Type: Direct Drive
  • Engine mounts (2016)
  • Fiberglass Engine Bed W/Molded Oil Sump
  • Balmar regulator
  • Cutlass bearing (2014)
  • Stuffing box repacked 2017
  • Anchor windlass Lofrans
  • Espar Airtronic Heater D4 diesel cabin heater with ports in all cabins (2019)
  • Groco salt water washdown pump
  • Fresh water accumulator tank (2 gallon)  2017
  • Salt water foot pump in galley
  • Sea Frost 110 volt and engine-driven refrigeration with hold over plates (Engine compressor and dryer replaced 2015)
  • (2) Whale Gusher MK II 10 pumps – one operable from cockpit and the other from main cabin
  • Reverso oil change pump.
  • Removable Cockpit Sole for Engine Removal
  • 100 amp High output Alternator 
  • Fireboy Automatic Halon 1301 system
  • Full Engine Instrumentation
  • Cutlass bearing replace 2014
  • Racor Water Separator filter
  • Water lock Muffler
  • Engine Room Completely re soundproofed 2017
  • Engine Room LED Lights
  • 1 ¼” Stainless Propeller Shaft Offset for Easy Removal
  • Solid 1 ¾”Stainless Steel Rudder Post

 

Tankage and Hardware:

  • Fresh Water Tanks (vent into bilge): 200 Gallon in 4 Stainless steel 70 gallons P & S main cabin (designed with deck water catchment) , 40 gallons under forward V berths and 20 gallons under port aft berth. All tanks have inspection ports and can be managed independently.
  • 6 Gallon Atwood stainless water heater tank 2003 – engine and shore power.
  • Fuel Tank (inspection port): 1 Aluminum (90 US Gallons usable)
  • Holding Tanks: 1 Plastic (20 US Gallons)
  • Each head has “Y; valve for overboard discharge when offshore
  • Electric overboard discharge pump for holding tank Sealand Macerator & Discharge Pump
  • Shower sump tank with automatic pump
  • Rule 2000 (2017) automatic bilge pump with float switch
  • Pressurized hot and cold-water system w/manual backup
  • Salt water wash down at bow.

Electronics:

  • Raymarine AXIOM Pro 9 S Multifunction Plotter (2018)
  • Sirius XM Weather Receiver (2018) Raymarine ST60 wind instruments
  • Raymarine ST60 closed hull instruments
  • Raymarine ST60 speed instruments
  • Raymarine ST60 depth instruments
  • Raymarine AIS
  • Furuno 36 Mile Radar – dome mounted on aft mast
  • VHF IC-M504 DSC with repeater in cockpit
  • Radio/CD wired into Sirius All Raymarine ST60 devices are mounted in enclosure over companionway with a repeater in navigation station
  • Raymarine ST6001 smart pilot auto helm series controller, mounted at helm station in cockpit
  • All Raymarine devices fully integrated
  • High frequency marine Sea 322 single side band radio with Sea antenna coupler and backstay antenna- bonded to all metal tanks and Dynaplate (replaced 2017)
  • (3) Hella- fans below deck
  • CD stereo (not operating)

 

Electrical:

  • 100 amp engine driven alternator
  • 12-volt circuit breaker panel w/battery voltage and draw meter
  • Spare circuits
  • Dynaplate replaced 2017
  • Galvanic isolator
  • Grounding wires replace 2017
  • Tinned copper wiring in dc harness
  • 110 volt shore power system
  • ( 3 ) AGM 6 volt house batteries – 2 in series – each bank 180 AH  (360 total house) 2016 Batteries moved to below main cabin sole in 1998 (prior to IRC measurement)
  • ( 2 ) AGM 12 volt engine starting battery 2016
  • Battery paralleling switch
  • Vapor proof battery switches
  • Lightning ground system
  • Bonded underwater hardware Guest Dynaplate (replaced 2017)
  • Ample interior  LED and fluorescent  lighting
  • LED cockpit and interior courtesy lights 2012
  • LED International navigation lights
  • Fore deck and steaming lights on spar
  • Spreader lights
  • Led Anchor light
  • Truecharge 20+ charge management system with remote panel
  • Inverter Newmar Model 12 - 15005
  • Sure Power Multi – battery isolator

 

Interior:

Herreshoff style interior - Formica bulkheads - 6 ft 4 inch headroom and 6 hatches provide a bright spacious and extremely well-ventilated interior.

Number of single berths: 5 (with lee clothes) Number of double berths: 1 (2 with filler in forward cabin) Number of cabins: 3 Number of heads: 2

Single and double berth in aft cabin with full head and shower and separate companionway

  • Navigation station W/large chart table and storage Aft cabin walk-thru with laminated maple work bench with vise
  • Interior wood teak and select hardwoods – varnished
  • Formica ceiling
  • Teak bulkhead trim
  • Drop leaf pedestal dining table with removable fiddles. Table
  • All flat surfaces have fiddles
  • (2) fully enclosed heads w/ wet showers
  • 5” high quality foam cushions w/decorator fabrics
  • (38) opening traps and drawers
  • (2) hanging lockers
  • (1) wet locker aft/drain
  • Additional bin and slider storage
  • Highly crafted louvered locker doors w/trimmed openings
  • (2) stainless steel companionway ladders w/large teak treads
  • Teak and holly sole
  • Drop leaf pedestal teak dining table
  • High quality foam cushions.

 

Head:

  • (2) fully enclosed wet heads
  • Forward head access from vee berth and main salon
  • Teak slat seat in aft head
  • Large porcelain sink, aft head
  • Jabsco heads w/self-closing valve (ample spare parts and rebuild kits)
  • Teak grate in shower, both heads
  • Each head has “Y" valve for overboard discharge when offshore
  • Teak grate in each head drains into shower sump with float switch
  • Each head has opening port and aft facing hatches
  • After head has 8 removable hooks for foul weather gear – used as wet locker offshore

 

Galley:

  • ‘U’ shaped galley
  • Polished stainless stove crash bar with welded eyes for cook’s safety belt
  • 15 cubic foot ice box
  • 110 volt and engine-driven Sea-Frost refrigeration (2016) with hold over plates
  • Deep double stainless-steel sinks
  • Hot and cold pressure water with accumulator tank
  • Foot salt water pump
  • Force 10 3-burner stove with oven and broiler
  • High efficiency pressurized hot and cold water system
  • Manual back-up water system
  • Ample galley storage
  • Large hinged-out trash bucket – 20 gallon bags
  • High pressure laminate counter tops
  • Stainless steel stove surround w/sea rail
  • Galley ventilation hatch
  • Dish storage racks
  • Two 5 lbs propane tanks with solenoid switch

 

Steering System/Rigging/ Ground Tackle:

  • Pedestal wheel steering Edson – cable and quadrant
  • 32” Elkhide destroyer wheel
  • Pedestal Mounted Engine Controls
  • Pedestal guard and brake
  • Teak pedestal folding table
  • Solid 1 ¾” stainless steel rudder post
  • Bronze Rudder Shoe
  • Emergency tiller
  • All standing rigging replaced in 1998
  • Harken jib reefing Unit 2
  • Removable inner forestay to accommodate storm jib with running backstays
  • Storm trysail track
  •  Spinnaker pole stores on mast
  • Numerous spare halyards and sheets
  • Sailtec hydraulic backstay adjuster ( rebuilt 2017)
  • Two Anchors: 1. Bruce  20 kg  w/ 40 feet chain and 200' 5/8" anchor line; 1 CQR  45 lb w / 40 feet chain and 200' 5/8" anchor line

 

Sails (Sails inspected and washed every year):

  • Doyle 150% Dacron Furling genoa (with certificate) Excellent Condition, 2018
  • New 2021 Doyle main Stack Pack
  • 153% AP Kevlar Triradial (HRR),Excellent condition used lightly (with Certificate), 1998
  • 130% Dacron 130% Genoa  HRR Good Condition, 1998
  • Doyle Dacron working jib  Excellent Condition, 1985
  • Heavy weather working jib (Dacron) with hanks for inner forestay (Quantum) excellent condition 1998
  • Storm Jib with hanks for inner forestay lightly used – excellent condition, 1998
  • Dacron Storm Trysail (HRR ) Excellent condition, 1998
  • Dodger good condition (Clark Sails)
  • Lee clothes with sail number

 

EQUIPMENT:

  • (4) Cockpit Cushions 2017
  • Dock lines and four fenders
  • Cockpit courtesy lights
  • 2 Nicro solar vents in hatches
  • 4 ½” Chelsea Shipstrike Quartz Clock
  • 4 ½ Chelsea Barometer
  • MOM 8
  • DL8A Lensref radar reflector mounted below port spreader
  • Viking 6 person Resc You Pro 2016 (recertified 2019) – cannister deck mounted
  • EPIRB
  • Life jackets

 

Exclusions:

  • Pictures and artwork
  • Tools and supplies
  • Tableware, kitchen utensils and cookware
  • Grab bag and contents
  • Square cockpit cushions marked “Constancy”
  • Personal items

 

COMMENTS:

Designers Comments: “The stability of this boat is very impressive.  A narrow entrance with vee-ed sections combine with a tall, generous sail plan and an attractive flair hull line, make this design a powerful windward sailer.

Seasoned cruisers and experienced live-aboards will recognize that there are no compromises in the Intrepid 40’s hull design, which make her any less then a powerful, steady, rugged sailing vessel with the potential for very fast passages to windward or off the wind.  Her bright spacious and well-ventilated interior will appeal equally well, to those who wish to live aboard and cruise the world’s oceans. Both the ship’s engineer and homemaker will appreciate the many thoughtful details which make their individual tasks more pleasant.”  C.W. Paine, N.A.

Previous Owner's Comments: 

Owner has had all work performed by Brewer Pilots Point Marina (Westbrook, CT)  including inside winter storage.

Equipment and maintenance have been continuously performed

Major upgrades from original design include:

  • Installation of Yanmar 4JH2-THE 76 hp replacing Perkins 4-108
  • Redesign of engine exhaust route reducing back head pressure and eliminating back flow risk
  • Addition of inner forestay to carry heavy weather working jib and storm jib
  • Addition of secondary Lewmar winches on bronze mounts that match primaries.
  • Spinnaker pole stores on mast
  • House batteries moved from engine room to below cabin sole increasing capacity and moving weight lower
  • In 1998 all standing rigging was replaced.
  • Battery bank wiring replace 2016.
  • Lifelines upgraded to conform with NBRSR.

 

Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.

 

Mechanical Disclaimer: Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meter. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as ALL other representations noted on the listing.

 


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