2013 Eagle 40
A walk around deck, two helm stations, richly finished teak carpentry work; generous storage space and minimal 6'4" headroom are some of the amenities found aboard this heavy weather, raised pilothouse cruiser.
The modern semi-displacement, hand-laid fiberglass hull offers superb sea keeping, responsive handing, security and safety at rest or in rough seas. Single or double stateroom plans are available. A queen size, island berth with hanging lockers, drawers and hull storage lockers are offered in the single stateroom plan.
|Length overall:||40' 6''|
|Length of Waterline:||36' 10''|
|Water Tank Capacity:||220 USG|
|Cabins:||1 + 1 opt|
|Top speed :||11 knots|
|Cruising speed:||8 knots|
|Engine:||1 X 330/355 HP CUMMINS|
Standard Deck Plan
Once aboard, the sense of seagoing quality and perception of fine hand craftsmanship is more than skin deep. Extensive use of matched grain teak joinery, teak and holly cabin soles and attention to traditional nautical detailing highlight an interior offering 6'5" headroom throughout. The standard, single cabin forward is ideal for a cruising couple. Features that will be appreciated include: a luxurious queen-sized, island berth accessible from both bedsides, voluminous storage capacity and an adjacent bathroom with separate stall shower and mirrored medicine/makeup cabinet above the sink.
A main focal point is the spacious pilothouse, rivaling those on much larger vessels. Besides a large chart table, there's a long settee, ideal for off-watch naps. A pull out base and cushions can be added to increase the settee width. The raised dining table, with underneath storage, aft of the helm, is a great place to dine, converse with the captain and see the view. An optional day head, or the standard, hanging wet locker is to starboard.
Aft is a light and airy salon with five opening windows. The generous size, dinette and hi-lo table, starboard settee, well-planned, U-shaped galley, ample storage and easy engine room access make this area ideal for entertaining.
With standard power, the Eagle 40 cruises easily at 8 - 11 knots in a demonstration of its economical, fuel efficiency.
Washer and dryer installation preparation on the stbd saloon side
Galley - Large cabinet suitable for Norcold #DE-0061 or similar sized refrigerator on stbd side
Galley - Hinged door dish cabinet on forward bulkhead with center adjustable, shelf, replacing fitted dish spaces and drawers: hinged door on microwave compartment
Saloon - For optional double berth, increase dining table size to 47" L x 38" W; cushions to make table top berth are included
Air conditioning or heating systems
12V exhaust fan in each galley and washroom
Galley sink, refrigerator and entertainment center counter tops of granite or marble
Cloth upholstery in saloon and pilothouse, instead of vinyl
Curtains in saloon and fwd cabin, including over the hatch
Engine room Options:
Extra thick sound insulation
Northern Lights gen set-6KW
40 AMP battery charger and breaker
Dual Racor 75/900MAX fuel/water separators (one single Racor 900 FG-2 is standard)
Hull = Solid FRP laminated with internal grid molding.
House & Deck = FRP laminated with structural coring as required; Non-Skid decks (Teak Optional).
Bilges painted w/ two coats of white epoxy paint.
3 coats of Int¡¦l Paint¡¦s 2 part epoxy on bare hull below waterline stripe.
2 coats of Int¡¦l Paint¡¦s Micron Extra anti-fouling paint over the epoxy below waterline stripe.
Propulsion Engine = Single Cummins QSB5.9-230 HP Electronic Diesel Engine w/ ZF 80A Electric Shift 12 V at 2.50:1 ratio, including 160 amp, 12 V alternator; FRP engine silencer.
2¡¨ Aquatech #17, prop shaft; PYI dripless shaft seal & 4 blade, bronze prop.
2 Fuel Tanks of molded fire retardant, FRP, w/ gelcoated interior - Total 440 US Gal.
Water Tank of molded FRP with gelcoated interior & baffles - 220 US Gal.
Pilothouse & Flybridge Stations, w/ dual instrumentation, FB horn button, & st. steel safety rails.
Electric Marine Toilet w/ 25 U.S. gal polyethylene holding tank and macerator with both deck pump out and gravity drain fittings.
2 Electric Bilge Pumps with automatic float switches.
1 Manual Bilge Pump.
Pressurized Water System with 11 Gal. water heater.
Stall Shower with electric shower sump pump w/ manual switch.
American made faucets.
International Navigation Lights.
Electric Windshield Wiper and Horn.
Shore Power Inlet of 30 amp rating with Galvanic Isolators 30amp.
Main Circuit Breaker Panel w/ Volt & Ammeters for 12VDC and 120VAC covered with acrylic door.
Batteries, 3 ea Heavy Duty 12 Volt 200 A.H. w/selector switch.
Wiring and 75 amp circuit breaker for electric windlass.
6 Opening, Screened Lewmar Ports in Staterooms and Washroom.
7 Aluminum Sliding Windows - 2 on aft Pilothouse bulkhead, and 5 in Deckhouse/Saloon.
9 Aluminum Frame ¡V 7 fixed windows in Pilothouse front & sides, 2 on sliding doors in PH.
Vinyl Upholstery on 5¡¨ foam berth and 4¡¨ seat cushions.
Teak Interior varnished in low luster, matte finish.
Pilothouse, adjustable height, table with cushion & ¡§L¡¨ shaped settee convertible to single berth.
Salon, adjustable height, table with cushions, converts to make double berth.
Captain¡¦s seat with upholstered cushions and folding footrest.
Interior Arrangements: One Stateroom w/queen size berth; or optional Two Staterooms: one w/ a double & another w/ upper and lower berths.
#316 Stainless Steel Deck Hardware as listed, except as noted otherwise.
St. Steel Stanchions w/ double rail lifeline; top rail is 1-1/4¡¨ , w/ P & S gates, extends aft to cockpit.
St. Steel & teak swim platform w/ st. steel swim ladder.
12¡¨ cleats in bow & stern; bulwark chocks with cleats in midships.
Bow Anchor Roller; Bow Mooring Bitt; Flagpole Socket including teak flagpole.
#304 Stainless Steel Emergency Tiller & Stainless
Optional Main deck-two staterooms:
Our double cabin model includes: a well-designed, master, double cabin forward and guestroom for two. The master stateroom features a portside double berth, hanging locker and dresser to starboard. An opening portlight and a deck hatch ventilate the room.
In the guest stateroom, located to port of the forward passageway, a convertible settee with vinyl cushions provides upper & lower single berths. A hanging locker and a dresser provide good storage for extended cruising. Ventilation circulates through an overhead hatch and a portlight.
Each cabin has easy access to the bathroom that is located to starboard off the forward passageway. A stall shower, washbasin, electric toilet and mirrored door, medicine/makeup cabinet are standard.
About Transpacific Marine:
Almost five decades of experience in building sail and power yachts in Asia is limited to very few companies, and TRANSPACIFIC MARINE CO. LTD. is one of these few companies. Forty seven years ago, Nancy and Ennals Ives, Transpac's founders, began living in Taiwan, while building 38' and 40', wooden sailboats.
Sailing their own boats in California, prior to living in Taiwan, prepared Nancy and Ennals, to understand the necessity of high quality and strong, safe methods of construction needed in ocean going yachts. Their experience in sail and powerboat cruising and construction, and knowing how yachts will perform in various weather conditions, has contributed to the success of Transpac yachts.
Early in the life of Transpac, the Ives recognized the necessity to involve a local partner. Consequently the current President, prominent Taiwan business woman, Mary Chou, joined the company. After Ennals' passing in 2006, Nancy has retired a year after that, she is still involved as a consultant.
In the 1990s, Transpac moved its building operation to the Eastern China city, of Ningbo, where they continue production of the Eagle Motoryachts.
Parts and equipment for Eagles are purchased in the U.S., Taiwan and in China. U.S. Coast Guard Standards are followed in fitting out the yacht, including the engine wiring and fuel systems. All systems are thoroughly tested at sea before shipment.
The Transpac staff has excellent communication skills in English, Chinese and Italian, ensuring that each buyer's request is accurately explained to the workforce. Limited production enables Transpac to pay attention to the small details, as well as to the overall construction and outfitting of the entire boat.
The standard Eagle layouts continue to be popular with our customers, however, if you wish to customize your boat, we can help. The plans for the Eagle Yachts are fully computerized and our Italian Naval Engineer will use advanced computer technology to help you to achieve your ideal layout. Who has just computer drawn our Eagle 57L which is shown on our website.