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1996 Custom 39' 12.18 m 40

Red Beans

Bay Shores, New York, United States

1996 Simpson 40 Red Beans is just back from a winter in the Bahamas! This 3 cabin/2 head boat is ready to go cruising again. Over the past 18 years, the current owner has made several trips on Red Beans from his hometown in NY to Exuma. He spent many of those years living aboard Red Beans in the


Vessel ID# 2791176Last Updated: 07-27-2022 12:23:40

Specifications

HIN/IMO: LAZ553881796

LOA: 40' (12.19 Meters)

Type: Sail- Used

Year: 1996

Beam: 23'

Cabins: 3

Maximum Speed: 8

Cruise Speed: 6

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Epoxy Composite

Hull Shape: Catamaran

Bridge Clearance: 58'

Fuel Tank: 60 Gallons (227.12 Liters)

Fresh Water: 200 Gallons (757.08 Liters)

Holding Tank: 12 Gallons (45.42 Liters)

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Additional Info

Vessel Information

Flagged:

USA

Lien:

None



Yacht Specifications:

Brand:

Simpson

Model:

40

Designer:

Simpson

Year:

1996

Hull Material:

Strip Planked DuraKore, Epoxy, 18oz Biax glass


Dimensions

LOA:

39.7’

LWL:

38’

Beam:

23’

Draft:

3’5’’

Bridge Clearance:

58’

Displacement

12,000lb

Bridge deck clearance:

24’’




Engines

Engines:

Yanmar 


Engine Model:

3GM30FC

Engine Hours:

2500 (approx.)

Engines HP:

30

Cruising Speed:

6 knots

Max Speed:

8 knots


Tanks

Fuel:

2x 30gal (60gal total)

Water:

2x 100gal (200gal total)

Holdings:

12gal 



Interior Layout and Amenities 

How many cabins:

3

How many can she sleep:

6

Type of flooring:

Varnished wood

Interior finish:

Varnished wood and painted surfaces

Hanging lockers:

2

Navigation station:

yes

Interior lighting:

30 lights

Water maker type and size:

Little Wonder LW 160-200 (new membrane 2022)

Air conditioning type and total BTU size:

none

Hot water heater brand and size:

Seaward 6 gal

Cabin fan type and number:

10x 12V fans


Electronics

GPS type, model and size:

GPS 152 & GPS map 527 (Garmin)

Depth sounder model and size:

Nexus Depth

Wind speed and direction model and size:

Nexus (not working)

Autopilot size and brand:

Course Master 850

VHF Radio brand and model:

Standard Horizon Explorer GX1850

Radar brand and size and year:

Raytheon Pathfinder SL70

Compass brand and size?

Richie 5’’


Mechanical & Electrical

Solar panel type and size of total watts: 

2 Kyocera KC120TM 130 watt each

Wind Generator type and size:

Air X 400 watt

Shore power cord length and type:

50’ and 20’ Marinco

Charger system type:

Xantrex TC40-12V

Alternator size and type:

Starboard 55amp for starter battery

Port 80amp house bank

Electrical socket type and number:

8x 12v sockets 5x GFI 110V

Inverter model and size and year:

Cotek ST 1500-12V Pure Sinewave 

Battery monitor system:

Microlog DMM-3-BR124

Sail drive brand and model number:

Yanmar SD20



Galley

Type and size of refrigerator:

Frigoboat Capri 50F

Type and size of Freezer:

Freezer inside evaporator plate

Sink size and type:

Custom Stainless 22’’x14’’x6’’

Saltwater pump:

Whale foot pump

Stove and number of burners:

3 burner propane

Oven size and type:

Majic Chef Propane 22’’

Type of counter tops:

Stainless custom made



Sails and Rig

Mainsail type, size and age:

Doyle Sails 345 SF full batten (new ’22)

Jib type, size and age:

Johnson sails

Staysail 151 SF

100% jib 517 SF (refurbished ’22)

130% Genoa  597 SF (refurbished ’22)

Asymmetrical spinnaker:

JSI # SA9442

Mast type and height:

50’ AL

Standing Rigging:

Original should be replaced soon if offshore sailing



On Deck

List all winch sizes and brand: 

Lewmar 2x 48 2 speed self tailing

Lewmar 2x 40 2 speed self tailing 

List all deck cleat sizes and brand:

11x 10’’

Dinghy type, age and size:

Zodiac RIB 10’2’’

Dinghy engine type and horsepower:

Yamaha 15hp 2 stroke

Cockpit seating and table:

Built in seating and captians chair

Cockpit cushions:

4x cushions 2x WM movable chairs

BBQ type:

Webber (2022)

Bimini design and type:

Dodger, canopy, strataglass windshield (2022)

Traveler brand and type:

Lewmar

Stack pack with lazy jacks: 

yes

Primary anchor brand and size:

Supreme 60 lb

Primary anchor chain and rode:

5/16’’ HT g-4 200’

Secondary anchor brand and size:

Fortress FX-37

Secondary anchor chain and rode:

200’ ½’’ 3 strand and 8’ 5/16’ chain

Windlass brand and size:

Lofrans Tigres 1000W

Trampoline type and year:

SunRise Yacht Products

Bumpers – how many and what size:

9 various sizes

Dock lines:

6 in use plus spares

Davits:

Custom AL 2 3/8’’ diameter

Opening hatches brand and number:

14x Lewmar deck hatches

14x Lewmar ports

UV window covers:

2x on cabin wind shield

Swim platform:

Each hull has swimming access

Fishing gear:

1 offshore rod and 1 spinning rod 


Safety

Flares:

Exp 2024

Strobes:

1 handheld spot/strobe

Life Vests:

12 adult offshore PDFs

MOB Gear:

1 Lifesling 50’ and 1 24’’ life ring 

Ditch bag:

yes

Medical kit:

Basic first aid kit

EPIRB type and year:

ACR 406 MHZ renew 2023

Electric bilge pumps:

2x Rule 2000 and 2 Rule 500GPH

Manual bilge pumps:

Whale Titan Gusher Pump

Emergency tiller type:

2 AL tiller extensions

Tools and spares:

Basic tools and wrenches

Fog Horn:

2 air horns

Fire Extinguisher:

5x

1996 Simpson 40Red Beans is just back from a winter in the Bahamas!  This 3 cabin/2 head boat is ready to go cruising again.  Over the past 18 years, the current owner has made several trips on Red Beans from his hometown in NY to Exuma.  He spent many of those years living aboard Red Beans in the Exumas. Since returning to NY the owner has been removing his personal items and making the boat tidy.  Red Beans is ready to start your next adventure!

 

Red Beans is a great cruising catamaran that offers a balance of live aboard comfort with sailing performance.  An air draft of 57’ allows transit of the ICW, but also enough sail area to power the boat in light winds. The sail wardrobe consists of a new full batten main sail, roller furling head sails (recently reconditioned), stay sail, and a spinnaker.  Two large anchors, a powerful windlass, and lots of chain/rode keep this cat safely anchored in strong blows.  The cockpit is secure, yet comfortable and is an ideal place to keep kids or pets safe while sailing.  There is a new bimini providing plenty of shade.  A BBQ and plenty of seating makes the cockpit a great place to lounge while at anchor.  Rounding out the exterior are secure davits with integrated solar panels and wind generator that hold the RIB with 15hp outboard.  

 

Red Beans interior offers a beautiful combination of natural light, varnished wood, and opening hatches/ports for ventilation.  The bridge deck cabin offers large U shaped seating with ample table space to feed the crew plus guests.  To starboard is a navigation area that provides a large chart table, vhf, and electrical panel. 

 

The port hull has a single cabin aft, galley amidships, master cabin forward, and head in the bow.  Of note is the large stainless food prep area and sink, 3 burner propane cooktop and oven.  The galley is a great space for those who enjoy eating well while living afloat!

The starboard hull has a utility room aft that houses the hot water heater, inverter, charger, and space for tool storage. Amidships is a large workspace and plenty of storage for spares.  Forward is a master cabin and head/shower in the bow.

 

 Although not common on this side of the world, Simpson is a highly regarded naval architect from Australia.  Simpson Designs are known to produce practical yet efficient multihulls.  The hulls are constructed via the strip plank method using Durakore, System 3 Epoxy, and 18oz bi-directional fiberglass.  The original owner/builder sold the boat after a trip to the Bahamas and local use to the current owner.  Red Beans has been lovingly cared for over the past 18 years by the current owner.  Putting his baby on the market is weighing heavy on his heart, but grandkids and homes in NY and the Bahamas require his attention.  Don’t miss this special opportunity to sail away on a ready to go cruising cat!


Mike Rybas

Red Beans 39ft Custom Yacht For Sale

The Multihull Company

Website: https://www.multihullcompany.com/

Mike is a 100T USCG captain and has most recently worked for SeaTow, where he handles assistance towing and recovery work. As a liveaboard and longtime sailor, Mike has a plethora of experience from which to draw. Now at TMC, Mike wants to use this vast knowledge to help his customers purchase or sell their catamaran, as well as offering his help finding docking in New England. If you are traveling to Newport, Camden or any of the other beautiful sailing hubs in New England, give Mike Rybas a call at 267-324-9067


Red Beans 39ft Custom Yacht For Sale

Mike Rybas

Yacht Broker

17 Lockwood Drive
Charleston SC 29401 United States
Office: 12155082704
Direct: 1-267-324-9067
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Mike grew up on the Delaware River and Jersey shore where he spent as much time as possible on the water wakeboarding, kite surfing, and surfing. It wasn’t until his late 20’s that he discovered sailing when he and his brother refit a Bob Perry monohull and sailed from New England to New Zealand.

After the trip across the Pacific, he knew a catamaran was in the cards.  After years of saving and searching, Mike bought a 47’ Crowther cat in Panama. After an extensive refit, Mike, his wife, and young son live aboard and cruise their catamaran from New England to the Bahamas.

Mike is a 100T USCG captain and has most recently worked for SeaTow, where he handles assistance towing and recovery work. As a liveaboard and longtime sailor, Mike has a plethora of experience from which to draw. Now at TMC, Mike wants to use this vast knowledge to help his customers purchase or sell their catamaran, as well as offering his help finding docking in New England. If you are traveling to Newport, Camden or any of the other beautiful sailing hubs in New England, give Mike Rybas a call at 267-324-9067