1979 CHB 41
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41 Foot CHB Trawler For Sale in San Diego, CA
This 41' CHB Trawler has been very well taken care of and would be a perfect boat for coastal cruising. The amount of space throughout the boat would make a perfect live aboard. Newer canvas work on the exterior and the interior has been well maintained. Twin Ford Lehman's will be a reliable engine to get you where you want to be. Great boat all around!
Well upgraded, mechanically sound.
The CHB, built in Taiwan are a popular trawler for those who are living aboard (loads of natural light, ventilation and storage galore) or are cruising the waterways – they are everywhere! From the Pacific Northwest to Florida, on the Intercoastal waterway or the Great Lakes, in Mexico or on the Chesapeake you will find these trawlers, mostly built in the late 1970’s safely carrying their happy owners from anchorage to marina, from sunrise to sunsets!
The 41’ trawler has a very comfortable aft cabin with a walk around queen berth, good sized salon and two cabins forward, double bunks to port and a V berth forward. Two heads allow for privacy for guests and owners. Topside access can be from the swim step to the very comfortable bridge or via the port and starboard doors into the salon.
Please contact Ian Bossenger for showings.
619 990 8501
- San Diego, CA, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- Sea Wolf
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Dimensions & Weight
- 41 ft - 12.5 meter
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- Direct Drive
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- 120 (Individual), 240 (combined)
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- Fuel Tank:
- 200 gallons - 2 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 200 gallons - 2 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 50 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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|Engine Make: Ford Lehman||Drive Type: Direct Drive||Hours: 3397|
|Power: 120 hp|
|Engine Make: Ford Lehman||Hours: 2294||Power: 120 hp|
AccommodationsOffshore capable, 400 gal fuel capacity, perhaps a 700 - 1,000 mile range.
Three cabin layout with open salon galley featuring wood paneling, parquet floors, the L-shaped settee is to port, the galley opposite. Light, bright and airy, opening and sliding windows allow for cross ventilation, opening port lights through-out the vessel. Loads of natural light. Access through a sliding door at the helm (to starboard) and a second access door opposite the galley (and to port) allows for a good flow when friends are on board. Two private staterooms each with a separate head, (the forward head now has a newly installed composting toilet). Aft cabin has a centerline queen bed and a private head (electric) with a tub/shower. Two Staterooms forward; one with upper and lower berths, the other a V-berth.
Loads of storage throughout:
Drawers under the forward berth, hanging locker to starboard, storage under the V berth, hanging locker in the starboard bunk cabin, storage cabinet forward of the helm (with access to electrical wiring/ helm busses) , bulk storage under the helm seat, 4 drawers under the helm, storage under the starboard settee, under the aft cabin queen.....storage fit for a live-aboard. Take the time to look at the cabinetry to port and starboard of the aft stateroom queen walk around...ample storage in the galley.
- Chelsea Barometer, Clock, Thermometer (at lower helm)
- Samsung flat screen TV in salon and aft stateroom
- Red Dot forced air heat
- Circulating fans
- Dual MDX 337 BT Bluetooth media player
- Force 10, 4 burner stove w oven
- 15# propane tanks (x2)
- 7 cubic ft. upright Norcold AC/DC refrigerator/freezer model DE-0061
- Norcold 4 cubic ft. refrigerator
- Whale 6 gal. 120v hot water heater (new)
- Deep, double sinks
Electronics and Navigation
- Richie Powerdamp compass
- West Marine VHF 75 hand held
- Navico Powerpilot Autopilot (x2, upper and lower helm)
- Furuno LS-6100 echo sounder depth - wind direction, programmable waypoints, fish detection
- Furuno RD-30 display - GPS: a navigational data organizer
- Standard Horizon Eclipse+ VHF
- Hummingbird depth indicator
- Raritan rudder indicator (x 2 - upper and lower helm)
- Morse dual lever engine controls
- Next Generation 5.5KW generator with sound shield ( 123 hrs.) w remote start.
- Breaker protected electrical panel
- US Battery 232 amp hr. (3yr. old) 6 volt, in series batteries (4)
- US Battery , 12 v dedicated to generator
- Xantrex Statpower Truecharge 40 amp battery charger
- Guest battery switch
- DC volt meter
- Coated, stainless steel (x2), 200 gal water tanks
- x2 200 gal fuel tanks (starboard new, port, inspected), both with sight guages and access ports
- Holding, 50 gal
- 11' Boston Whaler
- 15HP Honda outboard (2016)
- Ideal windlass
- Danforth anchor
- 110' chain, 350, rode (estimated)
- Stainless steel davits
- Bimini over upper deck
- Dual stereo speakers
- Trager smoker
- Shakespeare antenna
- Sea Star II teleflex helm
- Electric horn
- Weema fuel/water tank indicator
- Bottom painted February 2020
- Spare parts, service records
- Rudder re-packed 3 yrs ago
- Remote search light
Upgrades by current ownership
- Bottom Paint Feb 2020
- All NEW thru hulls
- NEW fuel tank (starboard)
- Port fuel tank serviced, cleaned, fuel polished
- Fuel filter, oil coolers, fuel filter assembly all serviced
- NEW cutlass bearings
- NEW PSS packing glands
- NEW propellers
- NEW hot water heater
- NEW composting toilet
- NEW mast rigging, lines, pulleys
- NEW Force 10 four burner stove w oven
- Aft head re-plumbed
We are selling because we are moving to Florida and buying a sailboat to cruise the Bahamas and Caribbean!! And since times are so weird right now, if it doesn't sell, we want to cruise Baja!
We have owned the boat for 4 years. We have done many, many upgrades where most were listed on the spec sheet, in January it got brand new bottom paint, all new through hulls & new cutlass bearings. Brand new fuel tank on the port side. The starboard fuel tank was cleaned and fuel polished. Exhaust system overhaul on both engines & brand new water coolers, oil coolers, all pencil zincs on engines replaced in November (2019). Recently replaced fuel filters. New manual bilge pump. Outboard engine on dinghy serviced yearly. Newer batteries maintained monthly. New throttle cables. We have put on 2 brand new propellers, new packing glands, new water heater, new composting toilet, new rigging, lines and pulleys, new Force 10 stove & oven, we have re-plumbed all black water lines, brand new Casper mattress, new refrigerator (larger), new shower fixtures, re-did all teak on flybridge. Windlass repaired. We installed LED lights in most of the dome lights. Installed new reading lights near beds (forward). I'm sure there are more upgrades that i cannot think off the top of my head.
We maintained this boat to be a comfortable liveaboard and coastal cruiser, we don't use it as much as we would like due to my husbands work schedule, however we have mechanically maintained the boat. We run the engines and generator on a regular basis and take it out any weekend that we have available. We often anchor overnight in Glorietta Bay and have run the boat up to Oceanside numerous times.
We are not aware of any issues that will come up in the survey. We are confident that this boat is mechanically sound.
We have repaired all the windows. There are no current leaks on the boat. Water damage below windows were there when we purchased the boat.
The boat is ready for LA, Catalina, or Mexico! Very mechanically sound. Electronics depends on your comfort-ability, we have left the depth sounder but there is no GPS. The VHF needs a new antenna but we are happy to replace that upon purchase.
Extra Stuff: I have worked in the marine industry for the past 4 years and have many really good professionals aboard to provide advice & services on various things throughout our ownership. My uncle is a marine mechanic of 40 years and has helped to assist us with many projects. We have been told many times what an awesome vessel she is and that she is very well maintained. We also have a large file box of ALL maintenance records, down to the original owners manuals. Prior owners have kept immaculate records and we have also done the same.
We are sad to let her go, but we are moving on to the next chapter of our lives and some crystal clear blue waters :)