Neff Yacht Sales / Used 40 foot CALIBER YACHT CORP 40 Cruising Sailboat - solitude



1994 • 40' (12.19 m) • Cruising Sailboat
United States

$109,500 USD

The Caliber 40 is a lovely cruising vessel built of fiberglass with teak accents. She is a cutter rig with an anodized aluminum spar stepped on the keel. Bowsprit with a raked stem and reverse transom. She features a skeg-mounted rudder controlled by a wheel and a fixed extended keel.

Solitude has been very well maintained and is nicely equipped for cruising.


Vessel Information

Model: 40
Model Year: 1994
Type: Sailboat
Category: Cruising Sailboat
Condition: Used

LOA: 40' (12.19 m)
Beam Feet: 12' (3.81 m)
Draft Feet: 5' (1.55 m)
Engine Info: Single, Inboard, Diesel, Yanmar
Staterooms: 3

Location: Solomons, Maryland United States
City: Solomons
Country: United States



The Caliber 40 has a lovely cruising interior. The Master Stateroom is forward with a large private head in the forepeak with a separate shower stall. The stateroom has a large Pullman style double berth to port with shelves outboard. To starboard one will find lovely cabinetry with lockers and shelves for an abundance of storage.

The Main salon has as settee to starboard with open and closed shelves outboard. To port is the L-shaped dinette with open and closed shelves outboard. there is a large bulkhead mounted table that can accommodate seating on both side of the salon. when the table is in place for dining it reveals shelves and liquor storage on the forward bulkhead.

She has a wonderful L-shaped galley aft of the dinette. Tucked aft of the galley is the navigation station and electric panel.

Aft of the settee to starboard is the 2nd head which can be accessed via the salon or the private aft cabin. The private aft cabin is to starboard of the companionway and has a large hanging locker and double quarter berth.

She has 6'2" headroom and plenty of ventilation via 7 opening hatches, 10 stainless steel opening ports, 2-12V fans, 2-110V fans and a solar exhaust fan in the forward head. Her interior is lovely with medium blue cushions, teak cabinetry and teak and holly sole throughout for a bright yet warm interior.


Her galley is well equipped and nicely laid out for cruising. There is plenty of counter and cabinet space for food preparation and storage.

  • 2 burner Regal stove with oven
  • Double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold pressure water
  • Hand pump for seawater
  • Jabsco pressure water pump
  • Magma propane grill (rail mounted)
  • Water heating via 110V or engine
  • New LG microwave 110V
  • 10 gallon hot water tank
  • 11 cu. ft. ice box with Seafrost DC5000 12V holding plate refrigeration

Electronics and Navigation

  • Edson Pedestal with compass and mapping, nav data display
  • Raymarine E7 GPS mapping display (radar, charts, AIS)
  • Raymarine class AIS transmit and receive via VHF
  • Raymarine Tridata display; wind speed/direction, depth, boat speed
  • Raymarine 18" digital radar
  • Raymarine ST network
  • Standard VHF radio with AIS, remote handheld speaker/mic
  • Handheld, rechargeable VHF
  • ACR 406 EPIRB
  • Raymarine 10" 620 chartplotter display at nav table. Outdated, but operational for display of C-map charts, nav data
  • 20" Flat screen TV (110v)
  • Stereo with CD, USB, micro card player, remote control
  • 2 speakers in salon
  • Several marine books, nav guidance


  • 12V DC system
  • 120V system, shore power or inverter
  • 4 - 230an 6 v batteries (4 yrs old)
  • 1 starting battery
  • Start battery charge maintained by WM echo charger
  • Pair of switches to switch battery banks
  • PowerMax 125 amp charging alternator
  • Heart Freedom 10 inverter
  • LED lighting galley, settee reading lights
  • 50' Shore power cord
  • Link 2000 Battery monitoring system
  • 120W Solbian solar panel mounted on bimini
  • Analog battery voltage and amp readings at the nav station in addition to Link 2000 display

Sails and Rigging

  • Aluminum mast stepped on the keel with single spreaders
  • Cutter rigged
  • Zspar boom with outhaul, two levels of mainsail reefing
  • Hydraulic boom vang
  • Removeable, quick release inner stay, self-tending staysail
  • Lewmar Mainsail traveler forward of the cockpit
  • All control lines led aft to cockpit
  • Main sail with Lazy jacks
  • 100% jib with sunshield for the headsail
  • Harken roller furling for headsail
  • Staysail (self-tending)
  • Lewmar blocks
  • Lewmar #48 Self-tailing primary winches
  • Lemar #30 self-tailing halyard winches on cabin top


  • Sea water cooled 50HP Yanmar diesel engine with 2700 hours
  • Primary and secondary fuel filters
  • 50 gallon fuel tank
  • Whale manual bilge pump
  • Automatic bilge pump
  • Folding steering wheel for ease of movement when at anchor
  • Pedestal steering with chain
  • Two marine fire extinguishers
  • Shark line cutter on prop
  • Maxprop 18" forward/reverse feathering three blade prop
  • Numerous extras and spare parts

Deck and Hull

  • Achilles 9' dinghy with inflatable floor '08
  • Honda 2HP engine '08
  • Garhauher Marine crane for dinghy engine
  • Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits with side stanchions and double life lines (life line replaced in '11)
  • Gates port, starboard and aft
  • Teak bow sprit with dual side-by-side rollers on platform
  • #45 Delta anchor with 200' of chain
  • #66 Bruce type with 20' of chain and 150' of rode
  • #37 Fortress storm anchor, collapsible
  • Lofrans anchor chain windlass
  • Jabsco anchor wash down pump
  • Swim platform integrated in stern with ladder
  • Fresh water shower (cold only)
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Teak folding table off pedestal
  • 2 teak screen folding hatchway doors
  • Teak handrails and eye brows
  • 2 cowl vents with stainless steel guards
  • Aluminum toe rail
  • Navy Sunbrella canvas by Quantum - dodger, bimini, connector
  • Full cockpit enclosure zippered canvas with Strataglass windows '07
  • Full cockpit enclosure zippered insect screens '07
  • There is a box of new lines on the boat should any need replacing


  • Irish Miners Light
  • Round clock set

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