1983 Cape Dory Intrepid 40

in Providence, RI


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This 40 foot, 1983 built Cape Dory Intrepid 40 is currently lying in Trinidad, West Indies.
?Mañana? is a Cape Dory Intrepid 40 center cockpit sloop that is a well-known and a highly respected offshore cruiser designed by Chuck Paine. She was custom built to very high standards by Intrepid Yachts, Inc. in Massachusetts for the original owners in 1983. This vessel was designed as a fast sailing, well-built yacht to provide maximum interior accommodations for her length. She was built as a long distance, live aboard cruiser and is equipped with many modern conveniences for easy sailing. She has had continual maintenance and upgrading by her current owners.
With a cut away forefoot keel, sloop rig, pedestal steering with auto pilot, and center cockpit she has proven to be a very comfortable and seaworthy vessel. The cockpit is large enough to seat six people comfortably. It offers high backs and seats long enough for a tall man to lie on and stretch out. It stays dry in heavy seas as it can be completed enclosed with side curtains for the dodger and Bimini.
The richly finished warm teak interior has 6 foot 4 inch head room throughout. The main salon is roomy with wide settees, large dining area, full sized forward facing navigation station, and sea-going galley. There is a walk thru to the aft cabin where the cushions are designed to use regular size bed sheets and can sleep a tall man with ease. There is an ample size forward V-berth and 2 heads with showers. She has a very practical comfortable interior arrangement.
This is an ocean going vessel that is ready to take you on your adventures and fulfill your dreams as she has ours. We recommend ?Mañana? highly for the serious live aboard cruiser who wishes to find an exceptionally high quality yacht for a fair value.

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