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CruisingKitty
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Posted: August 22 2006 at 13:14 | IP Logged Quote CruisingKitty

We owned a Frers 41 for many years and it was one of the most enjoyable boats to sail I have ever experienced.  You can view the listing we created when we were selling her at the following address. 

http://www.coastalboating.net/Cruising/Boats/espresso/index. html

 



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JPMO
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Posted: September 03 2006 at 09:21 | IP Logged Quote JPMO

Had you encountered any construction problems with the f41?  The f33 is known for a it's mast step, including the forward keel bolt.  We have a f33 and are considering a f41.   

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CruisingKitty
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Posted: September 05 2006 at 09:49 | IP Logged Quote CruisingKitty

Only issue was the rudder -  it had delaminated and so had a hollow space.  Although not considered an immediate structural issue by our surveyor, we nevertheless sent it in to Carroll Marine  - the original builders up in Bristol - for a rebuild.  Apparently, this was a known flaw.  It came back rebuilt to upgraded specs that German Frers had provided for later models.  The new shape was even more beautiful and sleeker than the original.  

Carroll Marine shut down several years ago. 

We never had any other issues at all.  Were unaware of any problems with the mast step or keel bolt.  Loved her.

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