Tripp 41 For Sale

1070 Marina Village Parkway
Alameda, CA 94501
United States

41.00 SF
12.00 SF
9.00 SF
Year Built


Saoirse is a beautiful Tripp 41 built at Holby Marine. The Tripp 41's came into production in 1996 in two versions: racing and cruising - this is a 2001 cruising version. The cruising versions provide outstanding accommodations and amenities, yet the larger SA/D at 28.6 makes her a powerhouse on the water.

She's well outfitted for performance sailing with extensive instrumentation, on deck controls and carbon spars. Yet she is easily cruised short handed with an in boom furler, a roller furling jib and top down furling spinnakers which come with socks and torque rope for easy take downs.

Below decks she is efficiently yet commodiously laid out. Seating areas both port and starboard in the main salon can accommodate the whole family and plenty of friends and readily convert to berthing. The nav. station is outfitted with all systems, communications and navigation controls at your fingertips and features a non skid heeling platform. Her L shaped galley provides safety while underway and keeps food prep. out of the way of the main thoroughfare. Her voluminous V-berth and double berthed aft cabin provides comfortable sleeping and storage for long distance voyages, and her full head includes a hanging wet locker.

The Tripp 41 interior is light and airy with plenty of headroom and features varnished cherry joinery with white laminate surfaces, comfortable formed cushions in a gray tweed, and a teak and holly sole. She is pristine within and without and has been lovingly maintained. You will want for nothing in this fantastic all around performance cruiser.


Hull is a foam-cored laminate, fabricated using the SCRIMP system, using E-Glass and epoxy resin. Hull is painted in AWLGRIP dark blue with white boot stripe. The deck is a foam-cored laminate, painted in AWLGRIP gloss white with light gray non-skid. There is a custom lead keel, designed for greater stability. The bottom is epoxy-treated, with a racing bottom paint finish. There is a carbon rudder with JP3 self-aligning rudder bearings and a retractable carbon sprit. Marelon flush mounted through hull fittigns.

Spars - Rigging - Deck Hardware
  • Hall Spars 2-spreader carbon mast 7/8 frac. rig
  • Leisure Furl furling boom (conventional aluminum boom available)
  • Hall Spars Quick vang
  • Navtec integral backstay adjuster
  • S/S rod rigging
  • Composite running rigging
  • Black Magic deck gear
  • (2 ) Lewmar 58ASTE electric primary winches
  • (2) Lewmar 48ASTE electric mainsheet winches
  • (2) Lewmar 48ASTE electric secondary winches
  • (1) Lewmar 44ASTE electric cabin top winch
  • (1) Lewnar 44AST cabin top winch
  • Lewmar hatches
  • S/S stanchions, pulpits and gates
  • Hydraulic mast jack
Sail Inventory
  • Quantum Fusion 50% Carbon/50% Aramid Main - 2013 - in good condition
  • Quantum Fusion 50% Carbon/50%Aramid Jib - 2013 - in good condition
  • Quantum Code 0 Screecher 100% CZ 30 Silver fiber, configured for use with top down furler - 2018
  • Quantum A5 spinnaker installed on torque rope for use with top down furler
Electronics and Navigation

At Nav Station

  • Raytheon Pathfinder RL70C radar
  • Raytheon RN300 GPS
  • B&G Hydra 2000 multi-function display (MFD)
  • Sony X50Wx4 AM/FM/CD stereo

At Helm Station

  • Raymarine Pathfinder RL70C radar
  • B&G Hydra 2000 MFD
  • Simrad AP22 autopilot control head
  • Ritchie compass

In Cockpit

  • B&G 360 analog wind display

At Mast

  • (3) B&G 20/20 Large FFD displays with carbon brackets

At Stern

  • Carbon radar mast with Raymarine radar scanner GPS
  • Bass DC/AC electrical panel with DC and AC main breakers
  • 100-volt, 50-amp shore power
  • Trace Engineering Voyager Series II inverter/battery charger
  • Two 12-volt 180 AHR AGM house batteries
  • One 12-volt engine start battery
  • Marine Air conditioning/heat, 16,000 BTU
  • Manual and electric bilge pump

The Trip 41 interior is very smartly laid out and features varnished cherry joinery with white laminate surfaces, comfortable formed cushions in a gray tweed, and a teak and holly sole. Light and airy, she has plenty of headroom and each of the task and living centers are well thought out for usage.

Forward cabin

  • Roomy V berth with removable cushions
  • Bureau with drawers
  • Article cabinet
  • Hanging goods cabinet
  • Privacy door

Main Salon

  • To port is an L-shaped wrap around seating area, comfortable for seating the entire family
  • To starboard is an inline seating area
  • Cupboards, bookcase and article stowage
  • Seating readily convertible to berthing


  • Force 10 two burner propane stove with oven and solenoid shutoff
  • (2) Aluminum propane tanks in outside locker
  • Pressurized hot and cold water
  • Hot water heater
  • S/S sink
  • Updated faucet with pull out sprayer
  • Sea Frost refrigerator/freeze with engine driven compressor and 110V shore assist unit
  • Sliding door cabinets for easy access
  • Corian counters

Aft Cabin

  • Double Berth
  • Settee
  • Hanging Storage Locker
  • Privacy door


  • Sliding mirrored cabinet with additional mirror on inside of privacy door
  • Pull out hand spray faucet
  • S/S sink
  • Vacuflush toilet with holding tank/overboard Y valve
  • Hanging wet locker
Additional Equipment
  • LifeSling
  • MOM 8 man MOB pack
  • Magma 2/2 BBQ with grill - New!
  • Cockpit shower
  • Fortress anchor and rode
Thomas Sitzmann
310 Magothy Rd
Severna Park MD 21146
United States
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A lifelong sailor, Tom Sitzmann brings a broad range of sailing experience to Sail1Design. Tom has a great deal of dinghy and PHRF racing experience, competing successfully in the Laser, J/24, and J/22, winning several regional and district championships in those classes, both in New England and the Mid-Atlantic. While in Maine Tom also won several PHRF regattas aboard his J/24 & J/33, and more recently in his J/120.
Also a lifelong educator, Tom has coached sailing and directed sailing programs from Maine to Annapolis, and was an assistant offshore & dinghy coach at the USNA, head intercollegiate coach at Bowdoin College, and currently head coach at Severn School, where he guided the team to a National championship, the first and only Chesapeake Bay school ever to win the prestigious Mallory Trophy.
Tom ‘s offshore experience includes many distance races in New England, a transatlantic passage, a celestially-guided Marion-Bermuda Race, and most recently he brought his family to Bermuda aboard their J/120 Airwaves.
Tom's focus with Sail1Design is managing the Brokerage Marketplace, and Sail1Design's Career Center & Job Board. You can reach Tom at

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