Accommodations Forward is the double vee berth with overhead hatch for ventilation and shelves for comfort and storage. Next is the full head with shower. Opposite head are standing lockers.

Nav station to stb of companionway. Galley to port of companionway. Head forward of saloon Large v berth forward. Galley Two burner stove and oven with plenty of storage and counterspace. 12 V refrigeration.

full batten main, Asymetrical spinnaker with sock

There are 2 opening hatches with screens and 4 opening ports with screens

Raytheon Autopilot, Radar,Depthfinder Garmin  GPS,

enjoy your favorite DVD's on the TV that has speakers and a DVD player.

Swim/Boarding Ladder,  8 Life Jackets, Windlass

Two anchors, plow and danforth, Stainless bow pulpit

lazy jack system on main . Avon inflatable / Seagull outboard.

Electrical/Mechanical 30Amp shore power GFIC outlets AC distribution panel 12V distribution panel Battery charger

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Excellent condition, fiberglass hull and mahogany cabin sides.
Last 41 built and Paul Kettenburg's personal yacht. 1,000 lbs. of extra ballast.
Best buy in a very fine sailing yacht.
Wizard Yachts, (831) 476-9639
as seen in Latitude 38, March 2001

K-41; 1967: hull # unknown
SAILBOATS at Shilshole
70001 Seaview Ave. N.W.
Seattle, WA. 98117
(206) 789-8044
from Oct. '99, Northwest Yachting magazine

K-41 1968
no price specified
Call Rio at (480) 642-3188
Newport Beach Seen in SD Log

K-41 1967
Fiberglass hull #1 built for Kettenburg family. Large, airy, comfortable house. Great charter boat.
Voyager Pacific Yachts
1001 Shelter Island Drive, Suite A
San Diego, Ca. 92106

SOURCE: LATITUDE 38 September 1999

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