ISLAND TRADER 41 Detailed Review

If you are a boat enthusiast looking to get more information on specs, built, make, etc. of different boats, then here is a complete review of ISLAND TRADER 41. Built by undefined and designed by William Garden, the boat was first built in 1976. It has a hull type of Long Keel and LOA is 12.27. Its sail area/displacement ratio 13.79. Its auxiliary power tank, manufactured by Perkins, runs on Diesel.

ISLAND TRADER 41 has retained its value as a result of superior building, a solid reputation, and a devoted owner base. Read on to find out more about ISLAND TRADER 41 and decide if it is a fit for your boating needs.

Boat Information

Boat Specifications

LOA:12.27 m / 40.26 ft
Rigging Type:Staysail Ketch
Hull Type:Long Keel
S.A. (reported):75.25 m2 / 809.98 ft2
Draft (max):1.83 m / 6.00 ft
Displacement:13154 kg / 28999.57 lbs
Ballast:4082 kg / 8999.26 lbs
Ballast Type:Iron
Designers:William Garden
LWL:9.75 m / 31.99 ft

Sail Boat Calculation

Comfort Ratio:47.50
Capsize Screening Formula:1.57

Auxillary Power Tank

Fuel:227 L / 59.97 gals


Designers:William Garden


Who designed the ISLAND TRADER 41?

ISLAND TRADER 41 was designed by William Garden.

When was ISLAND TRADER 41 first built?

ISLAND TRADER 41 was first built in 1976.

How long is ISLAND TRADER 41?

ISLAND TRADER 41 is 9.75 m in length.

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