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40' Valiant Cutter


Listing #B-17-
Seller Information Boat Information
City Lottsburg City Callao
Region Virginia Region Virginia
Country United States Country United States
Phone 800-529-5071
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40' Valiant Cutter
   
       
Additional information Boat Specification
Hull Type Fiberglass/Composite Asking Price $80000 (USD)
Fuel Type Diesel Boat Type Sail
Engine Single Manufacturer Valiant
Length 40 feet Model Cutter
Boat Name Little Wall Year 1980




Builder
Valiant
Designer
Robert Perry
LOA
40'
Beam
12' 4"
Draft
6'
Engine Model
Perkins
Cruising Speed
6.5 Knots
Fuel Tank
89
Holding
26 new
Water
160
Accommodations
Sleeping Quarters–The sleeping areas include a double berth on the port side at the companionway aft and a V-berth forward. Both areas are private and have privacy doors. Leeboards are included in both locations. A 3rd sleeping area is in the salon utilizing both settees, each with leeboards. A pilot berth is outboard on the port side. Aft Storage Lockers–Two large storage lockers are opposite the double berth. One is used for hanging items/wet locker & companion boards. The other has shelves. Galley–Located on the port side, and is U-shaped including a stainless double sink, dry storage well, cabinetry for storage above and below the sink, storage for pots, dishes and spices outboard and a large refrigeration unit with double, top-opening lids. 3-burner gimbaled propane stove with oven, rails and pot clamps is outboard. Navigation Station–Navigation station is on the starboard side opposite the galley. The top of the Nav table is hinged allowing it to be raised for the stowage of charting equipment. The DC electrical distribution panel is outboard of this area. Main Salon-The dining table is hinge-mounted on forward bulkhead. The table opens to the starboard with another hinge for full width dining. Book storage is on the starboard side. Additional storage is behind the settee cushions and in the cabinetry. Pilot berth is outboard on port side. Head–Considerable storage in cabinets behind head. A flexible shower head is attached to the sink faucet. Teak grate on floor of compartment for showers. Raritan toilet with Y-valve. 26 gallon new holding tank Storage Lockers–Two large storage lockers are opposite the head. Both are used for hanging clothes, storage and each has 2 shelves. V-Berth–This is just forward of the head and includes a center insert. Full length shelving on both port and starboard sides. Access to the anchor locker is thru forward bulkhead. Storage below starboard berth. Interior Appearance–Teak with lighter horizontal wood strips in outboard areas. Ceiling panels are white removable panels and insulation has been added above. Teak trim in ceiling throughout. Excellent headroom throughout. Teak handholds are installed in ceiling, within easy reach in any seaway. Bulkheads and cabinetry are rounded in construction for safety. Teak and holly sole with removable floor panel for bilge access. Two sets of settee cushions. Counter tops are off-white
Electrical System
AC System–A single 30 amp system is available through a separate AC electrical panel with breakers for the outlets, hot water and battery charging system. Two 30 AMP power cords [25’, 50’] are included. A 35 amp-hour battery charging system is in the engine compartment. The AC panel is bulkhead mounted in the companionway locker. A 600 watt inverter is installed under the navigation station table. DC System–There is a single 12-volt deep-cycle starting battery. There are 4, six-volt Trojan batteries with approx. 500 amp-hour capacity as the house bank. Battery securing in process. Refrigeration System–An EZ-Kold 12-volt holding plate system was installed in 1999. This system can be set at temperatures to freeze food or at slightly higher levels for refrigeration alone. The system is air-cooled but can function as water cooled in tropical conditions(pump included but not installed). The compressor is installed in the lower compartment of the dry storage outboard of the galley sink. Heating System–A Webasto, diesel fired 40,000 btu furnace has heated Little Walk since installation for living aboard in Boston in 1992. Recent upgrades completed in March, 2001. The system functions like a hot water home heating system with heated fluid running through ductwork [hoses] to five fan-assisted double outlet heat exchangers on the starboard side of the vessel from the engine compartment aft to the V-berth forward. This system easily attained and held 70deg. F. at any winter temperature over two seasons in Boston, MA. This is a 12-volt system that also provides continuous hot water tank heating. With all fan-assisted heat exchangers functioning, the system draws approximately 6 amps per hour (3 from pump & .5 for each fan on heat exchangers). Interior Lighting–12-volt lighting is installed in all compartments with an additional red night light at the navigation station. Reading and area lighting is convenient for the expected use. All DC lighting is regulated through the electrical distribution panel. Additional halogen 12-volt lamps installed in galley, salon and in both sleeping quarters. Electrical Ventilation–Three 12-volt fans are installed (2 sleeping areas + salon) and move considerable air. The two in the sleeping area are 2-speed, low-amp Hella Turbo’s.
Deck Hull Equipment
Cockpit–Wheel steering on a pedestal with Ritchie compass. Port and starboard lazarettes are lockable and large enough for extensive gear stowage. Forward 1/3rd section of cockpit is dodger protected. Recessed propane locker (2-20# tanks) with raised lid is aft. Stainless steel rails aft. Bimini folds, overlaps part of dodger area and covers entire cockpit seating area. GPS antenna mounted on bimini support rail. Fishing rod holder on aft starboard rail. Cabin Top/Deck–Deck and cabin trunk is glassed non-skid original tread. Double lifelines have port and starboard entry gates. Stainless bow rails. Stanchions are deck mounted stainless. Teak handrails on full length of cabin trunk. 4 opening wood-framed teak hatches for ventilation. Each has a removable rigid frame insect screen. 3 teak, dorade boxes [salon, head, v-berth]. Eight opening ports with screens. Solid teak drop boards for companionway. Screened boards for warm weather and ventilation. Gauges for engine in cockpit on foot well wall. Instruments for wind direction, speed and depth on aft end of cabin trunk facing steering station. Wash down attachment for anchor chain located on port side of windlass.