1983 Ocean Alexander Ocean Alexander 40

$119,485.00


New/Used
Used
Usage
3494 Hours
Availability
In Stock
Location
Green Bay
Stock #
1983OCEANALEXANDER40-B
Title
Clean
Condition
Good
Year
1983
Manufacturer
Ocean Alexander
Model
Ocean Alexander 40
Length Overall
40' 0"
Beam
13' 4"
Max Draft
3' 6"
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Make
Ford
Engine Model
Lehman SP 225
# of Engines
2
Horsepower
225
Hull Type
Fiberglass

Overview

Dealer Insights

1983 Ocean Alexander 40 Double Cabin

Dimensions
LOA: 40 ft 10 in
LWL: 36 ft 8 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
Draft: 3 ft 6 in
Displacement: 22,500 lbs

Engines
Type: Twin Inboard
Total Power: 450 HP

Engine 1:
Brand/Model: Ford Lehman SP225
Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Hours: 3494
Propeller: 4-blade 26x20
Drive: Direct
Power: 225 HP

Engine 2:
Brand/Model: Ford Lehman SP225
Type: Inboard
Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Hours: 1662
Propeller: 4-blade 26x20
Drive: Direct
Power: 225 HP

Cruising Speed: approx. 8.3 knots @1500 RPM
Fuel consumption @ cruise speed: approx. 5.0 gph
Maximum Speed: 10 - 11 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water (2): 200 gal.
Fuel: (3) 400
Holding: 26

Accommodations
Forward cabin: 2 single berths
Aft cabin: 1 double berth
Salon: 1 double berth Cabins
Heads: 2, both ensuite
(aft head has shower/tub combo; forward - shower only)

Electronics
Interphase Twinscope forward-scanning sonar
Apple iPad 4 in Otter Defender Box
Raytheon RL80C Plus Pathfinder chartplotter
Raytheon RC320 chartplotter
Raytheon RL70 Pathfinder radar display
Raytheon 48" 4kW open array radar
Azimuth KVH 1000 Fluxgate compass
Datamarine depth sounders (2)
Datamarine speed and distance log (2)
Westmar autopilot w/ remote
VHF radios (2) (upper & lower helms)
West Marine VHF85 hand-held
FM/AM/audio cassette & CD players (2) (upper & lower helms)
Pyle 30W Pro Megaphone
Oregon Scientific weather station
3 - Flat-screen video monitors (one in each cabin + salon)

Electrical Equipment
Marinco 110AC 30A power inlets (new) (2)
(separate circuit for vessel’s AC/heat)
50 ft 30-amp shore power cables (2)
Westerbeke 7.7kW generator in sound-proof enclosure
Xantrex TrueCharge Series 2 battery charger
8D AGM batteries (2)
West Marine 3000W 12V DC-to-110V AC inverter
Princess 3-burner electric stove & oven
Magic Chef Microwave
Coffeemaker
Norcold (newer)12v/110v full-size refrigerator/freezer
Icerette icemaker
Galley exhaust fan
Engine compartment blowers (2)
Nicro 4” solar-powered vent w/ extra capacity lithium battery
Marineaire reverse-cycle AC/heat w/ individual cabin control
Shurflo AquaKing 4.0 gpm fresh water pump
Jabsco Quiet Flush electric toilet
Rule shower sump system
Raritan (newer) 12-gallon hot water heater
Rule 2000 gph bilge pumps (2)
Kim Hotstart 1000W engine block heaters (2)
Golight Stryker wireless remote-control spotlight w/ 2 remotes
Seafit stainless steel spreader (work) lights (2)
Dual 8 ft high-output (T5 40,000 lumens) fluorescent lighting system
(for engine compartment)
Nilsson 1200 capstan

Other Features and Equipment
Bennett trim tabs
Racor fuel filters w/ vacuum gauges (4) (2 mains, generator, & reserve)
Weems & Plath barometer
Weems & Plath Time & Tide clock
Danforth 5” compass
Signature Series double-cell pull-down shades
Argenion water filter
Screens for all operating windows, ports and hatches
Phifertex Vinyl Mesh window covers
Sunbrella opaque window covers
Sunbrella flybridge cockpit cover
4 – Lexan PortVisors™
Bow pulpit and rails
Swim platform
Swim ladder
Shurflo H+C transom shower
Bruce 35# anchor
Danforth 35# anchor
Kahlenberg Signal Mate compressor for air horn
Flying bridge seating for 6 - 7
Full-length bimini
Full enclosure for flying bridge (newly re-stitched)
Fenders (4)
Dock lines
Shurhold system boat hook/deck brush
TaylorMade dock wheel (18”)
Misc. galley equipment and tableware
Misc. mechanical & electrical extras & spares

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ALSO AVAILABLE: 8-1/2 ft. Walker Bay tender w/ custom teak trim

• Trawler-style cruiser known for its classic lines, solid construction, lavish teak interior and superb joiner work, the heavy glass layup of its hull, its long keel and hard chines for good protection of its running gear and stable smooth ride (including on one engine), its ease of handling with relatively low power, good fuel economy, and excellent accommodations and livability.

• A 'Great Loop’ veteran, but most of its lifespan spent in freshwater

• Heated, indoor winter storage for at least the last 10 years

• Recently restored and upgraded. Windshield and all operating windows replaced and rebuilt with new, matching-tint glass, weather stripping in stainless channel, and original-profile teak frames. Fully-intact teak decking. All exterior brightwork (e.g., handrails, cap rails, toe molding, companionway door, windlass platform, bowsprit, etc.) refinished, beginning with base of (Smith’s) penetrating epoxy. All exterior stainless steel fasteners replaced with US-grade 316. 90% of all rubber (hoses) and clamping replaced.

• New battery charger, inverter, power inlets, capstan footswitch, head sump and bilge pumps, float switches, transom shower, spotlight, work lights, mast stays and turnbuckles, and covers for the flybridge seating, bimini, and companionway.

• Engine intake strainers and Racor fuel filters rebuilt

• Entire sanitation system replaced (with Shields Poly X) and all other plumbing fixtures either overhauled or replaced

• Newer AGM batteries and aluminum zincs

• Prop and rudder shaft seals newly repacked

• Newly MRI tuned and balanced props

• Fresh bottom paint

• SpeedSeal Life fast-change impeller covers and PTFE bearing discs

• Engines plumbed for block heaters (included)

• Newage PRM 401 transmissions with ‘Get-Home’ devices and engineered for carefree free-wheeling with one engine shut down

• Extras. Spares. Turn-key ready to go.


Remarks from the current owners, directed especially to first-time trawler customers:

"Living aboard the ‘Andora Bay’ provided some of the most awesome and comfortably pleasurable experiences of our lives—more akin to the charm of living on water’s edge in one of the most cozy, warm, and brightest cottages imaginable.

"A trawler is very different than a sailboat or express cruiser. No crawling over fellow passengers in order to back into a toilet compartment. No having to make a meal while heeled over in the cold, dark damp below the waterline. You’ll not endure a single moment of claustrophobia thanks to the nearly 360-degree view from the salon’s large and plentiful windows. And you won’t even have to duck your head, anywhere, given the standing headroom in every square inch of our vessel's living spaces, including the shower cabinets.

“Outfitted with a deep, dual stainless steel sink, a 3-burner stove and full-sized fridge, the galley is great, and its ‘up’ layout in the salon makes the whole, open space more like a country kitchen—with a view. The engine compartment is well lit and huge: we can practically stand up in it and reach just about everything with two hands.

“There is an enormous amount of storage space, including two, floor-to-ceiling hanging lockers (closets), loads of drawers and cabinets, a huge lazarette, and additional space we have yet to use. In fact, the space in the vessel’s characteris¬tic ‘eyebrow’ is big enough to sleep two or 3 adventurous kids!

“The boat has 19 ports and windows. Lots of light! Its 4 portholes have PortVisors, so even while away we keep them wide open, and with the Nicro powered vent with custom lithium battery, the vessel stays fully ventilated—even on cloudy days. Because the sani system runs on the onboard water supply (rather than raw lake or sea water) there’s no odor of rotting algae in the water lines ‘welcoming’ us when we return.

"Back on board, the boat is sparkling, and the ports—along with the 5 opening windows, an overhead hatch in the forward cabin, the one for the aft companionway, and two doors—provide the kind of flow-thru ventilation you’d find in a backyard gazebo. Alternatively, the insulat¬ing quality of the interior teak paneling, window framing and teak par¬quet soles (flooring), coupled with the zoned air conditioning and heat, mean real comfort from mid-April through mid-summer and into November! Though we never considered this before living aboard, the construction and wood surfaces also create an extremely quiet interior, while the overall layout ensures surprising privacy.

"Outdoors, the wide side decks, high, rock-solid handrails, raised bulwarks, generous scuppers, and the best no-skid surface money can by—teak planking—not only insure all-weather safety underway, while docking, and especially for the kids, but also make moving around the boat just plain easy and inviting. You walk around rather than crawl on all fours, and like its interior, utilizing ALL of Andora Bay's exterior deck space is a dream. For all these reasons—along with the vessel’s heft, solid build, and stability—we’ve never felt trapped like rats on an over¬sized bobber.

“Andora Bay provides a real home—one on the water, not in it, safe and sound, level and dry, where you can just simply step outside and enjoy the starlit skies above.”

While we make every effort to ensure that all the data listed on the website is current and accurate, please, be aware that occasional data entry errors may occur. Therefore, we cannot be held liable for any discrepancies.  Total prices do not include Taxes, Licenses, Set-Up and Destination Charges, nor Dealer-Installed Accessories/Options. See Dealer for details.