Neff Yacht Sales / Used 41 foot COLVIN Aderyn Mor Cruising Sailboat - Valkyrie

COLVIN Aderyn Mor

Valkyrie

1994 • 41' (12.50 m) • Cruising Sailboat
United States

$75,000 USD

This Colvin built steel boat is a tribute to a renowned designer, who specialized in sturdy cruising vessels. Valkyrie is built from Corten Steel with foam insulation throughout. The original owners had the boat built in a boatyard in North Carolina, with input from Thomas Colvin. They built it for their cruising needs (a couple with occasional guests) and cruised extensively from Maine to the Bahamas for several years in a row.

The cockpit is deep and safe, ketch rig with 2 fore-sails, the Yankee on a bowsprit, allows for a variety of sail plans. Wide side decks and high bulwarks are good for moving about. Full keel provides stability.

Valkyrie has spent recent years on the Chesapeake Bay, but her owners are ready to pass her on to the next stewards for the next adventures.

Recent upgrades are as follows:

Hull painted Awlgrip Forest Green (2019)

Solar panels (5x 150W) installed (2019)

New V-berth hatch (2019)

Engine rebuilt (2018)

Garmin 1040 xs (2018)

Raymarine 5000 Autopilot (2017)

New water heater (2017)

Cruise and Carry Aircon (2017)

Electric head (2015)

SIG Marine propane Cabin Heater (2012)

Bottom sandblasted & epoxy coated (2012)

Most lights converted to LED

Valkyrie needs a bit of cosmetic work on the exterior. She is a strong vessel, designed for offshore cruising. She's rearing to go.

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Vessel Information

Builder: COLVIN
Model: Aderyn Mor
Model Year: 1994
Type: Sailboat
Category: Cruising Sailboat
Condition: Used

LOA: 41' (12.50 m)
Beam Feet: 12' (3.76 m)
Draft Feet: 4' (1.40 m)
Engine Info: 50 HP, Single, Perkins
Staterooms: 1

Location: White Stone, Virginia United States
City: White Stone
Country: United States

Accommodations

The interior of this boat is a classic - white hull liners and bulkheads with teak trim around cabinets and doors; pine-planked headliner with teak handholds and round, bronze portlights and teak & holly cabin sole.

The lower 2 steps of the companionway curve to make space for the large bank of drawers, below the chart table on the starboard side of the cabin. Behind the chart table, is a narrow, deep storage shelf/pilot berth for a very small person! Galley is to port, it is U-shaped, with deep double sink aft, and 3-burner propane stove forward. Lots of counter space and storage along the hull and above counter height. The engine can be accessed through a panel below the counter between the companionway and the sink.

The dinette is divided from the galley by a half bulkhead, with a fold-down perch seat attached to it. Straight settee along the hull with storage above, behind and below the seating. The solid teak table is slightly offset to port, it has 2 leaves, for use by diners at port or starboard settees. The door to the head is situated in the forward port bulkhead with bookshelf midships.

The starboard settee has a pilot berth above/ behind it, storage below and a cabinet at the forward end along the hull. A propane heater is attached to the forward bulkhead and the is mounted TV on an adjustable arm in the upper corner.

The forward cabin consists of 2 bunks along the hulls, the port bunk can pull out to form a 3/4 berth and a single bunk to starboard. There is storage beneath both bunks and shelving along each hull. A double hanging locker is situated behind the starboard bunk. There is ample standing room and light is provided by several portlights in the cabintop. The anchor locker can be accessed through a bulkhead in the bow.

Galley

  • Force 10 3-burner propane stove w/ oven
  • Panasonic Microwave
  • Seafrost top-loading fridge/freezer
  • Double S/S sink
  • Pressurized hot and cold water
  • Mixer faucet
  • Foot pump for water into sink
  • Hand pump for draining sink
  • Storage

Electrical

  • Apollo/Kubota 4KW Generator (2274 hours)
  • Balmar 2500W Inverter/ Charger
  • 5 x 150W Thunderbolt Solar panels (2019)
  • Allcraft 9 G Water heater (2017)
  • Cruise & Carry Airconditioner (2017)
  • 1 x Shorepower inlet
  • 1 x Shorepower cable w/ isolation transfer
  • 8 x 110V outlets
  • 1 x 12V GR34 AGM Start battery (2018)
  • 1 x 12V GR34 AGM Generator start battery (2018)
  • 1 x 12V Series 29 AGM Windlass battery (2018)
  • 2 x 12V 8D AGM House batteries (2017)
  • Electric Head (2015)
  • Most lights converted to LED

Electronics

  • Raymarine 5002 Autopilot
  • Datamarine depthsounder
  • Garmin GPSmap 441S GPS
  • Garmin 1040XS Chartplotter
  • Furuno Radar
  • Tank Tender
  • ICOM IC-M412 VHF
  • ICOM IC-M80 VHF
  • Sony Stereo
  • Emerson TV

Mechanical

  • Perkins 4-108 50HP w/ 5137 (total)
  • Rebuilt in 2018 - 67 hours since rebuild
  • New gear box 2018
  • Engine room repainted 2018
  • Wheel w/ gear direct drive
  • Maxprop folding prop
  • Balmar alternator
  • PSS Shaft seal
  • Apollo/Kubota 4KW Generator w/ 2274 hours

Sails and Rigging

  • North Sails fully battened Mainsail (original)
  • Ullman Sails furling Jib/Yankee (2015)
  • Self tacking Trisail (original, hank on) on boom
  • Fully battened Mizzen sail
  • Gennaker w/ sock (original)
  • Harken furler on forestay
  • New sail covers 2015
  • Standing rigging (original)
  • Running rigging - braided line (2012)
  • 2 Spinnaker poles

Hull, deck and cockpit

  • Hull painted w/ Awlgrip Forest Green (2019)
  • Bottom sandblasted & epoxy coated (2012)
  • Painted Bowsprit w/ dolphin striker to waterline & stays to bow.
  • Double anchor roller
  • 60lb CQR w/ 180' 3/8"HT Chain
  • Fortress 37 w/ 150' 1/4" HT Chain
  • Ideal H2F Electric Windlass
  • Sampson posts on deck for bowsprit attachment
  • Anchor washdown
  • Wide side decks
  • High bulwarks
  • S/S cleats on deck
  • Deck boxes on forward coachroof
  • S/S handholds on coachroof
  • Arch forward of dodger, for mainsheet attachment & support for mainsail
  • Custom S/S arch over dodger for solar panels
  • Dodger & Bimini (2000)
  • Cockpit enclosure
  • Companionway offset to starboard
  • Storage under starboard cockpit seat
  • Propane locker under port cockpit seat
  • Athwartships seating in cockpit fore and aft
  • Engine access in raised seating through industrial access hatch, port side.
  • Steering & autopilot access in after deck through industrial access hatch
  • Mizzen mast
  • Bell on mizzen mast
  • Binnacle w/ compass and instruments
  • Wheel protrudes from aft seat
  • Stern arch
  • Boom gallows for mizzen boom on arch
  • Mizzen sheet controls
  • Davits integrated with arch
  • Magma BBQ on port cockpit stanchion

Additional

  • Action Marine 9'6" RIB
  • SIG Marine Diesel heater (2012)
  • Lifesling
  • LifeJackets
  • Fenders
  • Docklines

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