Amor 40 1979, 40 ft, 1979, Silent Sound

79,000.00 $ CA
Title
Amor 40 1979
Condition
Used
Presentation
Small series sailboat built in Vancouver. The boat has spent the majority of its life on the Canadian west coast. The boat is called Silent Sound. He sailed mainly in the Pacific to New Zealand.
Length
40 ft
Built
1979
Fuel
  • Fuel
  • Gasoline
  • Other
Posted
Oct 08, 2022
Additional information
Boat name
Silent Sound
Introduction
Small series sailboat built in Vancouver. The boat has spent the majority of its life on the Canadian west coast. The boat is called Silent Sound. He sailed mainly in the Pacific to New Zealand. It is a very sturdy built boat.

In 2009, Silent Sound made the Northwest Passage from Victoria to Halifax. In preparation for this passage, the then owner had reinforced the hull with four layers of Kevlar. A book, The New Northwest Passage, was published to document the expedition.

The boat was acquired in Halifax in 2010 and has been sailing the St. Lawrence River ever since.

Since its acquisition, a major upgrade has been made mainly in terms of motorization (new engine) and electricity (the boat is autonomous in terms of electricity production).

The boat is well designed for long expeditions
Specification
Dimensions


Length: 40 ft.

Width: 12.6 ft

Displacement: 23,000 lbs.

Draft: 5’6’’, long keel
Sails / rigging
mainsail

Two genoa

Storm jib

Staysail

Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock
Engine / Electricity
Engine: Nanni Diesel 60hp installed new in 2013. 500hrs.

PSS shaft seal

Fuel tank: 2 x 473 L for a total of 946 L

instruments
Northstar M121 GPS

Depth gauge, Loch, anemometer

Radar

AIS Vesper (transceiver)

VHF Nexus NX 2000

Water in bilge detector

Solar panels: two completely independent systems

305 watt 24 V panel with MPPT controller

85W 12 V panel with Enerwatt controller

Airbreeze 160W Wind Turbine

Microlog DMM-1 Battery Monitor

4 group 31 batteries: 1 for engine, 3 for services

Automatic Charger Relay Blue Sea

Newmar 30A battery charger

Victron 750W pure sine wave energy inverter

Icom 706 MKGII amateur radio with PactorII modem (to send email directly)

CPT Autopilot

EBIRB 406 distress beacon (battery to be replaced)

24" TV with built-in DVD player

AM-FM radio and CD player
galley
Propane BBQ, two 20 lbs propane tanks

Large deck storage locker

Bathing board

Arch with davit for dinghy

Main anchor: CQR 45 lbs, 275 ft of chain

Secondary anchorage: Bruce 15 kg 20 ft. chain and 250 ft cablot

Secondary wet: Danforth 22 lbs. + rear hatch (about 200 ft.)

Lofran 1000W electric windlass

Sea anchor (Paratech)

Bilge pumps: 3 electric, 2 manual

Steering system with hydraulic wheel

Emergency tiller

Completely independent emergency rudder

Dodger and full enclosure bimini

Steps along the entire length of the mast

DBC Marine 6 Person Liferaft

Rope Cutter

Radar reflector

Perch man overboard

Several spare parts (including a propeller) and tools

Vise and anvil
Various
Electronics
Depthsounder
Wind Speed and Direction
TV Set
DVD Player
Autopilot
Compass
CD Player
GPS
VHF
Inside Equipment
Electric Bilge Pump
Oven
Heating
Hot Water
Refrigerator
Deep Freezer
Outside Equipment/Extras
Radar Reflector
Wind Generator
Solar Panel
Liferaft
Swimming Ladder
Covers
Bimini Top
Cockpit Cover
Measurements
Dimensions
LOA: 40 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 6 in
Max Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Weight
Displacement: 23000 lb
Miscellaneous
Windlass: Electric Windlass
Liferaft Capacity: 6
Trim Tabs: No
Tanks
Fuel Tanks #: 2
Fuel Tanks Capacity: 125 gal
Accomodations
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of Cabins: 2
Number of Heads: 1
Propulsion
#1 Engine Make: Nanni
Engine Year: 2013
Primary Engines: Inboard
Power: 60 hp
Hours: 500
Location: Center
Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Sail Drive
Other Details
Not for sale to US residents while in US Waters: No
Hull Shape: Monohull
Listing Title: New arrival
conclusion
Interior layout: a double cabin closed aft, a large quarter berth, large bathroom and shower in the forepeak. The saloon table turns into a double berth. Another single berth is in the saloon. Anti-roll fabrics. The boat can sleep 6 people. Several storage compartments.

Kitchen with double sink, 3 burner propane stove and gimbal oven

Large fridge and freezer. Frigo cool refrigeration unit installed in 2017

Hot and cold pressurized water

Bosch Propane Water Heater

Dickinson Diesel Furnace

Communication
Other mode of communication
+1 514 949-9061
Additional Contact
Simon Duplantie
Location
Location
Club Nautique De Longueuil Inc
601 Chem. de la Rive, Longueuil, QC J4H 4C9
Country
Canada
Provinces/States
Quebec
City
Longueuil, Québec
ZIP code
J4H 4C9
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