CT41 Ketch Black Dog II for sale $29,500

by Roger Atkins
(Bocas del Toro, Panama)

Black Dog II

Black Dog II

Black Dog II



The legendary Black Dog II, a CT 41 ketch, is for sale in Bocas del Toro, Panama. This a 1972 fiberglass hull ketch with inside and cockpit steering stations. The boat includes a rebuilt 55-hp Volvo Penta diesel with 25 hours on it. Simrad autopilot, Garmin GPS and VHF radio are part of the list of equipment.

Some cosmetic work and repairs to the main mast are required to make this a world cruising boat. For that reason, the price was slashed to $29,500.

Inventory

  • Four sails in good condition;
  • Furling jib;
  • Headsail reaching pole;
  • Sail covers;
  • Full boat covers;
  • Volvo Penta diesel 55 hp rebuilt in 2015;
  • Four person lifeboat;
  • BRIGG nine-foot dinghy with Evenrude 15hp motor;
  • New hot water heater and sink;
  • Two fuel tanks with 85 and 110 gallon capacity;
  • Water tank with 115 gallons capacity;
  • Two Garmin GPS systems including chart plotter;
  • SIMRAD autopilot;
  • Icom VHF radio;
  • Furuno radar;
  • One double berth and single berth in forward cabin;
  • One quarter berth and double berth in main cabin;
  • Jabsco head;
  • Extensive storage capacity in cockpit;
  • Two boxed propane tanks with solenoid;
  • Assorted docklines, fenders and snubber;
  • Two Lewmar self-tailing winches;
  • Muir heavy duty windlass;
  • Two safety harness lines;
  • Removable “Storm” windows over main cabin windows;
  • Assorted charts for the Pacific coast, Caribbean and Florida;

Other accessories:
  • Nine-foot Brigg inflatable dingy. New dinghy purchased in 2014 with inflatable or hard floor;
  • 15 Horsepower Evinrude outboard motor;
  • Dinghy wheels;
  • Salt-water fishing pole with reel;
  • Tackle box with lures and other tackle;
  • Batter charger;
  • Jumper cables;
  • Rigid portable shop vacuum cleaner;
  • WaveBlade 12-volt bottom cleaner with attachments;
  • Propane Barbecue;
  • Dock lines;
  • Man and woman foul weather suits;

Electrical spares
  • Alternator;
  • Water pump;
  • Steaming light;
  • Bilge pump;
  • Miscellaneous bulbs;

Engine spares
  • Extra belts;
  • Gaskets;
  • Hoses;
  • Oil Filters;
  • Fuel Filters;
  • Impellers;

Safety equipment
  • Four-person life raft in canister mounted on deck;
  • Orion Flare Kit with flare gun;
  • Hylon engine fire suppressor;
  • Five fire extinguishers recently checked and serviced;
  • Three inflatable lifevest;
  • Two Type III lifevest;
  • 30-inch life ring;
  • Life Sling;
  • Two Seaward propane canister boxes with solenoid control;

Rigging
  • Furler parts;
  • Four large stainless rigging straps;
  • Four small stainless rigging straps;
  • Four turnbuckles;
  • Four Dacron sheets;

Anchor gear
  • 45-pound CQR anchor with 260 feet of 3/8 chain;
  • Muir Cheeta windlass;
  • 35-pound CQR anchor with 50 feet of chain and 300 feet of line;
  • 25-pound Danforth anchor with 30 feet of chain and 100 feet of line for stern;
  • 60-pound Yachtsman for rock anchoring;


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