Bracewell 41 2010 $485,000.00 CAD


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$485,000.00 CAD

An efficient two-stateroom cruiser in excellent condition, and well-optioned for comfortable, reliable, extended cruising. Top speed is 15 knots,�while a�leisurely 7.5 knot cruise will consume only 5.2 litres per hour. �Some notable features include:

  • Fully enclosed flybridge by La Fabrica
  • Village Marine water maker
  • Robust Furuno�system
  • Hydraulic bow and stern thrusters
  • Hurricane heat
  • Washer / dryer


Disclaimer

All personal property is excluded unless specifically identified and included in the sale agreement and listing specifications. Personal property refers to all items not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, furnishings, and recreational or entertainment items.

Advertisements, marketing materials, and/or other photography may depict the vessel with personal property or staging items, and such items are excluded unless otherwise specifically included as provided herein.

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



Performance Data

900 rpm, 4.5 kn, 2.3 litres per hour

1,000 rpm, 4.7 kn, 2.6 litres per hour

1,200 rpm, 5.9 kn, 3 litres per hour

1,500 rpm, 7.1 kn, 6 litres per hour

2,000 rpm, 8.5 kn, 16 litres per hour

2,500 rpm, 10.2 kn, 33 litres per hour

3,000 rpm, 11.5 kn, 50 litres per hour

3,500 rpm, 14.5 kn, 83.6 litres per hour (WOT)



Engines and Mechanical

Mystic Blue is powered by the Volvo D6, 435 hp turbo charged main engine, with common rail technology for quieter, more efficient, smoke-free operation. �Approximately 850 hours.

  • Volvo EVC-C2 Electronic Vessel Control System�
  • Dual Racor fuel filters on main engine model 75/1000 MAX complete with water separator and vacuum gauges alarmed to helm�
  • 2" stainless steel shaft
  • Spare prop
  • Bennett trim tabs with controls at both helm stations
  • Keypower hydraulic bow thruster
  • Keypower hydraulic stern thruster
  • SeaStar hydraulic steering
  • Fuel transfer system with switch at lower helm
  • Fireboy MA2 Series for engine room automatic fire suppression
  • 110 V engine room heater
  • Maxwell hydraulic vertical windlass series 1500 with control switch at both helms and with wireless control on a lanyard
  • FLIR infrared camera with control at lower helm
  • Village Marine water maker model STW 400-800�
  • Seaward hot water tank model F1200 heated by 110 AC, Hurricane furnace main engine coolant�
  • Flojet 2840 water booster system�
  • 3 sets of 2 automatic bilge pumps, (each main pump with back up)
  • High water alarms
  • 1,514 litres fuel
  • 757 litres fresh water


Electrical Systems

240/120VAC power is distributed through a circuit breaker protected panel with appropriate volt and Amp gauges, and a switch to select shore or ship power. AC power is provided by 240/120V50Amp shore connection, by a 5 kW diesel generator, by a 5 kW hydraulic cruising generator while underway, and, for lighter loads, by an inverter off the house bank of batteries.�

12VDC power is distributed through a circuit breaker protected panels, with volt and Amp gauges. There are two banks of batteries; the house bank for onboard systems, and a dedicated start bank for engine and genset starting; both with dedicated charging systems.

  • Cummins Onan Generator Set model MDKBH 5 kw complete with sound shield
  • Hydraulic�5 kw cruising alternator driven off of the main engine
  • 180 amp high output alternator
  • 6 x 12V deep cycle house batteries, new 2020
  • 1 x 12V start battery for main engine, new 2020
  • 1 x 12V start battery for the genset
  • Auto Shore shore power booster assures proper shore power supply to the vessel even if the voltage has dropped where you are located; for example; at an outer dock at the end of the power run
  • Magnum Pure Sine Wave inverter / battery charge
  • MS Series Magnum Inverter control
  • 50? 30 Amp shore power cord
  • 50? 50 Amp shore power cord


Electronics and Navigation

Lower Helm

  • ComNav Commander P2 Advanced Autopilot System
  • Furuno Multi-Purpose LCD displays model MU-155C
  • Furuno NavNet 3D GPS / Chartplotter with AIS
  • Furuno 48 mile radar diplayed at all 3 helms
  • Furuno GPS Receiver model GP-320B
  • Airmar Weather Caster Software and smart sensor
  • Furuno UAIS Transponder system model FA-150, display at inside helm
  • Navigator II FLIR System
  • Cell and video WiFi booster
  • Speco Internet Protocol Camera which will call your Smart Phone and show you who is on the boat in the event of an intrusion
  • Video cameras on the mast, in the cockpit, in the lazarette, underwater (to view prop entanglement or fish on the line), and in the engine room
  • DataLINK multi function instrument and alarm panel to monitor alarms on high water, intrusion, shore power loss, and fire, both locally and remotely via Internet to your smart phone
  • 2 X Icom IC-M504 VHF transceivers

Flybridge Helm

  • Furuno Multi-Purpose LCD displays model MU-155C
  • ComNav Commander P2 Advanced Autopilot System
  • Furuno NavNet 3D GPS / chartplotter
  • Furuno 48 mile radar display


Boat Deck

The tender is located on the boat deck, aft of the flybridge enclosure. The tender chocks are removable, allowing the boat deck to be used for lounging or entertaining when the tender is deployed.

  • 2010 10? centre console Zodiac RIB
  • 30 hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard with electric tilt and start.
  • Separate outboard charger, wired to the yacht
  • ES1000 Steelhead tender davit with hydraulic boom and electric winch
  • Opening hatch to cockpit stairs
  • Room on the boat deck for folding chairs, kayaks, paddle-boards, and other water toys
  • Radar arch with sat dome, radar arrays, gps receivers and VHF antennas


Deck

Starting aft, where we board the boat: The swim step is well-sized, giving an immediate sense of safety. Through the transom door to the cockpit, which is covered by the extended boat deck above.

Steps up, both port and starboard from the cockpit, to side decks with good sized handrails leading to the large and secure forward deck.

  • A sliding door on starboard gives side deck access to the helm and salon
  • Hydraulic crab pot puller
  • Fish cleaning station in the cockpit
  • Two electric Scotty downriggers
  • Hot and cold shower in the cockpit
  • Salt and fresh water wash down in the cockpit
  • Full FRP molded transom door
  • 3 underwater lights under the cockpit
  • Huge lazarette
  • Two x 20 lb propane bottles in dedicated locker


Flybridge

Accessed via the cockpit and an opening hatch.�

  • Lots of open seating
  • Full enclosure by La Fabrica, 2017
  • Radar mast �
  • 6 cu.ft. chest freezer


Lower Helm

The lower helm is the operational centre of the yacht, with a clean array of large screens, and all necessary navigation and communication equipment at hand.

  • Stidd helm chair
  • AC and DC systems switches are well-organised in a custom panel by Comar Electric
  • Pocket door to starboard side decks for visibility while docking or for quick access to adjust fenders and lines
  • Engine and operating systems controls
  • 3 Independent dual arm wiper blades


Galley

The galley is compact but still a great space with plenty of room to work. It is located forward of the salon and opposite the helm. There is lots of counter top space and the U-shaped design allows for an extra body to help out.

  • Corian surfaces
  • Princess 3 burner propane stove and oven
  • Novakool side by side fridge and freezer
  • Ice maker
  • Large sink
  • Built in convection / microwave oven


Salon

The salon and galley are integrated and are nicely proportioned. Large windows all around are perfectly positioned giving all on board, whether sitting or standing, views to the sea scape.All are opening and all have screens.

  • Comfortable seating for 4 - 6 people
  • Ample of storage
  • Day and night shades on all salon windows
  • Teak flooring
  • Sliding window for additional air flow
  • Hanging locker to port as you walk in
  • Salon settee can convert to a double if an additional sleeping area is needed
  • Flat screen TV
  • Bose surround sound stereo system with sub woofer
  • M5 TracVision satellite TV dome


Accommodations

Master Stateroom Forward

The master is located in the bow of the boat and uses this space surprisingly well. Large walk around queen berth and great storage in drawers and cedar-lined hanging lockers.

  • Lots of light and ventilation from two overhead hatches
  • Separate TV and entertainment system

Guest Stateroom Port

The guest stateroom is located to the port side as you walk down the companionway. There is a full double sized berth for two with storage below.

  • Washer / dryer combo
    Separate TV and entertainment system
  • Side table with drawers

Head

The head is comfortably large for such a boat and features a separate shower stall

  • Non-slip flooring
  • Sealand Vacu-flush head
  • Corian vanity with under counter sink
  • Storage locker under vanity
  • Electric exhaust vent
  • Furnace outlet


Throughout Mystic Blue

Mystic Blue is a traditional flush deck sedan design with open living spaces, two generous private staterooms, and a large flybridge.

Finishing throughout is stunningly beautiful cherry bulkheads and cabinetry with a teak sole and Corian counter surfaces

Board Mystic Blue from the swim platform to the cockpit, through the aft transom gate. From the cockpit, step up port or starboard to the side decks, to access the foredeck.Also from the cockpit are stairs up to the flybridge and boat deck.

Also from the cockpit, enter the aft door to the salon with settee to starboard, cabinetry and entertainment to port, storage throughout, galley forward to port and the helm to starboard opposite.

Down three steps forward to the accommodations area with two private staterooms and large shared head with well-sized shower stall.



Elements of Mystic Blue

Discerning yachtsman will appreciated the build, and this Bracewell 41 is offered with a host of well thought out options resulting in a supremely reliable and comfort yacht as specified by the first owner.�

Mystic Blue has always benefitted from caring ownership, and after five years with these current owners, she is ready again for a new chapter. �

A sample of the options that make her a superb cruiser:

  • Full flybridge enclosure by La Fabrica, 2017
  • Hydraulic cruising generator
  • Reliable hydraulic thrusters
  • Water maker
  • Washer / dryer
  • A complete suite of Furuno electronics
  • Hydronic heat with summer loop for hot water
  • Easy walk-around side decks
  • Large covered aft deck
  • Built in swim platform
  • Tender storage is on upper deck, keeping the transom clear for boarding, swimming and fishing


Introduction

In the Pacific Northwest, Bracewell Boat Works needs little by way of introduction. They are highly experienced builders of commercial craft and robust yachts up to 80 feet. Today Bracewell Marine Group is a bustling service yard, busy with new construction, refits and all manner of repairs to both yachts and commercial vessels.

On the Keel Form hull: ?(Vancouver naval architect) Bob Warman started with the standard semi- displacement hull design - displacement sections forward with planing sections aft - and then added full- displacement keel sections that floated about 25 % of the vessel's weight.�

This keel allowed the engine to be placed lower in the boat, which lowered the centre of gravity and improved stability. It also allowed the shaft to be protected inside the vessel for most of its length. The engine, being lower int he boat, reduced the shaft's down angle, which improved drive-line efficiency and in turn, reduced fuel consumption".� ? Roger McAfee, Sea Magazine, October 2010

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