If you have not been on a BALI Catamaran you will not believe this vessel...she is incredible! This three cabin, owners version 40' sailing catamaran is spacious beyond belief! This boat is ready to take you anywhere you want to go with all the comforts and conveniences you can think of. You Will LOVE THAT YACHT!
Stepping aboard you will notice the back cockpit is ready for you to sit and relax under the shade of a full hardtop Bimini. BUT....step inside and slide open the back wall of the salon and you have a completely open salon/cockpit that can be the your entertainment center for an entire crew, or you can close it down for foul weather or staying at the dock with your air conditioning on. The interior of the Bali 4.1 sailing catamaran has been redesigned by Lasta Design Studio and emphasizes light and ergonomics. There is a large amount of work and storage space in the galley and throughout the salon, which is key for all cruisers.
The forward galley is spacious and has ample storage for long-range cruising and with the huge forward facing window open, airflow throughout the cabin is fantastic. Plus passing food and drink to the foredeck from the galley is easily done through this open window as well. Being forward the galley is still part of the happenings in the salon. The lower helm is right next to the galley so again, in foul weather, the captain and crew can be in comfort and convenience the whole time.
Moving to the foredeck along the wide/safe walk-arounds the Bali 4.1 has the spaces to relax in, such as the forward cockpit with dining area, as well as a comfortable and large sunbathing area in place of the traditional trampoline. This integral foredeck area is especially comfortable for cruisers as it provides rigidity and protection from spray as opposed to the traditional trampoline on most catamarans. That space is large enough to accommodate the whole crew; and the open space connection to the interior saloon through a large drop-down window is a great design feature
As you step up to the upper helm everything you need to run the boat is there. All sheets and lines for the sails are within easy reach for the captain and crew. The dash provides all the Raymarine instrumentation you need to keep you on course. Visibility from the upper helm of all four corners on the boat is excellent and the Bimini will keep you out of the sun while giving you a clear view of the mainsail through the clear eisenglass viewing port and the Jib from the wide open view of the forward portion of the boat.. Alongside the upper helm is a lounger for your First Mate to kick back and relax while you sail along.
Back inside the salon your access steps to the guest cabins are to Starboard. both are spacious and full of storage lockers plus there is another space in the forepeak that can be used for more crew quarters or storage. Both berths are separated by the combination head/shower with the shower being separate from the head...no wet seats! The electric head is quiet and efficient. There is lots of headroom in the guest hull for your taller guests and crew.
Moving up and over to the port side is the captain's suite and it is truly a suite! With a large, queen sized berth and lots of locker space it is a really luxurious cabin. Along the port wall is a settee table for the first mate/captain and a full shower/electric head with the shower cordoned off so the rest of the head doesn't get wet.
BALI Raymarine Electronic Pack 2 consisting of:
The BALI 4.1 is the first sailing catamaran, totally bridged from its bows to its back boards, offering a fully open and ergonomic living space.
The signature voluminous accommodations on board are comfortable and spacious, as is the same with the other Bali models. The cruising amenities, such as full fridge and extra tankage, makes this catamaran once of the most practical for cruisers in its size range.
Due to the owners change in plans, this Bali 4.1 is offered for $120,000 under the price of a one year newer Bali 4.1!
The yacht is in immaculate, near new condition, loaded with extras (see extensive Build List in descriptions) has never been chartered.
The boat has exceptional sea handling conditions and is ready for the new owners next adventure.
Call Kevin Spellman to arrange to see this near new 2019 40' Bali 4.1. Buy and save over $120,000 off the price of a one year newer Bali 4.1!!
Upgraded Yanmar 40 hp diesel engines (2) from original 19hp
Additional alternators 12 V 125A for Yanmar engines
Pair of 3 blades folding propellers for Yanmar engines
ONAN Genset generator 9 KW 60hz with sound shield 110 V
Generator remote control
Kit solar panels ( 2 x 100 watts )
Primary 110 volts electrical system instead of 220 v. ( with boiler, bat.charger, outlets, converter) and prewiring of coffee machine, micro wave, TV, elec.connections)
20kg Anchor + 70m of Ø10mm chain + bridle
6 big fenders & 4 mooring lines
2 layers of antifouling with Epoxy base coat
Reverse cycle aircond in hulls for 3 cabins version 220V/50Hz (needs generator 7,5 KW)
Reverse cycle aircond in salon 220V/50Hz (needs generator 7,5 KW)
110V/ 60Hz Aircond, Modification of the 220V/50Hz (US & JAPAN)
Low consumption 12V 105L/H watermaker
Electrical toilet with fresh water
Sea water pump at galley & anchor
1 fan per cabin and forepeak
Berth in starboard forepeak with hull opening porthole
Access from forward cabin to starboard forepeak
Opening porthole between steering station and saloon
Blackout curtains VS 3 cabins
Mosquito screens for portholes in cabins VS 3 cabins
Convertible saloon table for double berth (cushions included)
Folding seat to be used for saloon/cockpit
Saloon pouffe (with storage and cushion)
Upholstery Color Diamante TAUPE
Helm station Bimini ( stainless steel frame & canvas)
2 forward cockpit removable tables
Enclosure for helm station Bimini
Set of protection for steering console TAUPE
Cushions for maxi transat TAUPE
Sunbathing cushions for foredeck TAUPE
Front cockpit and transoms courtesy lighting
Permanent transom protection
Stern spring cleats
Polywood outboard engine bracket on aft beam
LED submarine lighting 21 W blue under each transom (4 spots)
Plancha with gas installation
Raymarine Electronic Pack 2 including : Pack 1 + VHF RAY MIC at steering station , AIS receiver transmitter , 12" full touch screen at steering station
Hifi Radio Fusion 4 HP bluetooth (Salon & Fordeck)
Raymarine remote control for automatic pilot
Safety equipment for 8 with Life-raft (without EPIRB)
Cuttelery kit and Leisure pack
As many sailors already know, Bali is a line developed by French builder Catana that targets charter first and private ownership second—or at least that’s the way it has turned out in recent years. The brand has had great success with Dream Yacht Charter, in particular, which has, in turn, helped enhance various economies of scale for Catana and its build processes.
The foam-cored, vacuum-infused hulls have a chine that not only serves to deflect spray, but provides a bit of extra interior volume. The boat’s solid foredeck does double duty as a structural member, and the nacelle is high and carefully angled to reduce pounding when going to weather. In lieu of the daggerboards found aboard Catana’s higher-performance designs, the Bali has fixed keels attached to watertight recesses at the bottom of the hulls that also serve as gray water holding tanks.
The helm is to starboard, and although a set of steps on each side lead up to both it and an accompanying sun pad, it can’t really be classified as a full flybridge. This, however, is a good thing, as you get the best of both worlds in the form of excellent visibility forward, but a lower center of gravity. You also don’t need to carry around all that extra structure and weight.
A self-tacking solent on a Pro-Furl furler sheets to a track just forward of the mast on the cabin top. A bowsprit serves as the tack point for a Code 0 or spinnaker. The Z-Spars single-spreader aluminum mast aboard our test boat flew 1,135ft of Elvstrøm-made canvas.
Among the major differences between the 4.0 and 4.1 is a fixed platform aft that links the two hulls so you can walk from one side to the other without ever stepping into the cockpit. Not surprisingly, this new platform is a great place to stash groceries when arriving by dinghy or to sit and ready your snorkel gear before taking the plunge.
The new davit system serves to add more space aft, thereby creating room for an integrated transom seat completely outside the main cockpit area. To either side is a pair of enlarged side lockers.
Bali 4.1 incorporates solid forward surfaces covered with cushions, in a way that is a bit reminiscent of power cats. The resulting forward lounge includes room for six to hang out. There is also a forward-facing U-shaped settee with a table that will accommodate five for cocktail hour.
In terms of the boat’s “cockpit,” it’s tough knowing where exactly to begin. The reason for this is that the lines demarcating the interior and exterior areas aboard the Bali 4.1 are truly blurred as a result of some clever design efforts intended to make the best use of the boat’s overall space.
Central to this effort is a glass and composite door nestled underneath the cabin top that lowers down to convert the forward part of “cockpit” into a saloon. The 4.1 door is also cantilevered (a bit like and old-fashioned garage door) allowing it to be operated manually, even by smaller sailors. This is all to the good, as there’s no need to rely on an electric motor or your batteries, as you easily go from open and breezy to secure, cozy and mosquito-free.
Directly forward of this “garage door” is an L-shaped dinette to port and a stand-up Liebherr fridge to starboard. Forward of that is the galley, complete with Eno stove, and a corner nav desk. In between these, and just ahead of a large double sink, is a window that can be lowered manually to create some air circulation and allow the chef can pass happy-hour necessities to the forward cockpit without ever having to leave the galley.
The master suite to port in the three-cabin version is spacious, with a large double bed aft and a huge desk amidships separating the sleeping quarters from a sizable head and separate shower stall in the forepeak.
Fully Battened Mainsail and Furled Jib
40-knot winds and 10ft seas, both on the beam, for four days straight, the Bali 4.1 averaged 7.5 knots under sail and occasionally surfed at 10. With the self-tacking solent, it couldn’t be easier to shorthand the boat. The Bali 4.1 managed easily with a single reef in both sails and the autopilot on 90 percent of the time.
The Bali 4.1 may be built for comfort, but they can also take some weather and do just fine. I would fully expect the 4.1 to average 6 knots in a breeze of 20 knots true, reeling off the miles all day long with little if any effort on the part of the crew.
Bright and open Galley provides full view and access to the drop down forward window/pass-through as well as the salon. There's no leaving the Galley Crew out of the Salon/Cockpit entertainment! The galley features a range and stove combination, full refrigerator/freezer, microwave, stainless steel sink, and bar area to make this the center of activity.
This three Cabin/Owner's Version of the Bali 4.1 provides guest quarters in the starboard hull, with one queen size bed aft and one queen sized bed forward, plus the forepeak berth/storage. Ample locker space and storage is available in the main guest berths.
The Master Stateroom has a queen size bed aft and a settee/table, plus a separate shower/head configuration. The locker and storage space in the Master Stateroom is more than ample with hanging lockers, under-table storage, under bed storage and much more. The Master Suite can be closed off via a sliding door for better privacy.
Fuel tank capacity 105.67 gal/400 Liters
water tank 211 Gal/800 Liters
holding tank 2x13Gal/2x50 Liters
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