Kohinoor

 

Design             Knud H Reimers/Sven olof Ridder


Dimensions    LOA...............12.50m                  Bulb keel, app....................1,820 kg

                        LWL..............10.00 m                 Sail area:  Main.....................38 m2

                        Beam.............. 2.50 m                 ST- Jib...................................23 m2

                        Draft app.........1.80 m                 Code 0 app.............................68 m2

                        Weight app...3,800 kg                 Gennaker, app....................... 90 m2


Hull and deck         A vacuum bagged high tech sandwich construction. only uni- and bi-directional glass were

                         used (exception surface mat) oriented in directions of the calculated stress factors. Only

                         Isopolyester of highest quality was used with 20mm Divinycell as core material. This Construction

                         is essential to assure a high sheer resistance.


                         The result is a tremendously strong, stiff and well insulated yacht in spite of the fact that the

                         weight of the hull and deck is only about 450kg.


                         The composite construction of the mast-step to carry the load from the mast and the fiber glass

                         reinforcement of the hull for the chain plates, the longitudinals and the keel area is one integretad

                         construction.


                         The hull is treated with epoxy below waterline and painted with Awl-Grip on freeboards.



Keel and rudder      The ballast bulb keel is of lead with antimony. The keel-bolts and the rudder post are of acid resistant stainless steel. A stainless steel cassette is mounted between the keelson and the bulb, also serving as fresh water tank. The total weight of the keel is therefore 1,920 – 2,070 kg depending of the amount of fresh water in the tank.



Rig and sailsFractional rig with carbon fibre mast.  Two swept spreaders. Bartel furling equipment for the head stay.  Self tacking working jib. The sail area is calculated to give an optimal performance with main and jib only. Halyards, reefing lines and trim lines are extended to the cockpit for safe handling.


Sails:Tape Drive full battened main and working jib, Code 0 with Bartels

furling device and gennaker with gennaker sleeve. All sails from UK

Halsey Sail makers.


Canvas:Main and jib cover, ockpit cover. Markilux antracit canvas.



Deck             Oregon pine vacuum-bagged deck with king plank and foot list of mahogany. Mahogany is also used on the low traditional deckhouse and in the cockpit. Under fore- and aft-deck stowages accessible from deck. Specially designed stainless steel frames for the windows.



The cockpit is a traditional, roomy and deep comfortable skerry cruiser cockpit. Upholstered back rest with off-white marine standard artificial leather. Rain- and see water is automatically pumped out from the cockpit. Aft of the cockpit large stowage accessible from the cockpit.


All wood used outside is treated with Coelan and maintenance free for about 10 years.

Just wash, no yearly sanding and varnishing needed.



Deck fittingsFour Self tailing Andersen whole steel winches of which the port main winch is electrically powered. Can be used for hoisting the main. 12 rope clutches for halyards, reefing lines and trim lines. Main sheeting system and jib and Gennaker sheets. High quality tracks, blocks and travellers from Harken.


Six pop up cleats and four fairleads. Two bilge pumps in the cockpit.



Interior arrangement.          Wooden interior of varnished mahogany. Fabrics from Marks Pelle Vävare.


Fore cabin with two good beds or one large if so desired. Shelves and lockers. Aft of the bed lockers on both sides in front of the main bulkhead. The double bed has a

ventilated spring mattress. This ventilation system always keeps the bed dry. In fact this ventilation system also keep the whole cabin moisture free.


Main cabin with two comfortable sofas which also serve as beds . Shelves and stowage along the sides behind the back rests and under the sofas. Adjustable table of Masur birch and mahogany.  Can also be used in the cockpit.


Aft of the main cabin galley on the port side.  One burner Origo stainless steel alcohol cooker. Stainless steel sink. Stowage. App 150 litre stainless steel fresh water tank, forming part of the keel blade. 80 litre ice box with refrigerator.


Opposite the gally on the starboard side  navigation table and instrument panel. Small locker. Below the navigation table vacuum WC with holding tank


El system           12 V. Four batteries of 120 amp each. Land current device and 230 volt inverter.

Stereo radio and CD player with five loudspeakers, of which two in the cockpit.

Honda 230 volt generator.


Nav. aids            Compass. Plotter from Navman, Tracker 5607, with charts for the Baltic and the West Coast of Sweden. Wind instruments, log and echosounder. Windex.


Engine             Electric Oz marine motor. Range 20 nautical miles at cruising speed, 3,5 knots. Top speed 6,5 knots. Bronze folding propeller.


Miscellaneous          Stainless steel Bruce type anchor with 60 m line. Mooring lines. Fire extinguisher. Fenders. Flag pole.  Three winch handles and Windex.


Price       SOLD


Further infoPlease see www.classicyachts.se.  There you will find a detailed specification and description of the Swede 41.