Split Crow 41LN38
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HIN: OEY410380684 more photos
Hull Laid: June 1984
Ocean Eagle Yachts, Taiwan

For sale: YachtWorld Listing.

Owner Bought Sold Boat's Name Home Port
Miklavz Erjavec Split Crow Seattle, WA
MAX W BLUNCK Sea Lord Portland, OR
1 1984


  • LOA: 47 ft 0 in
  • Beam: 12 ft 10 in
  • LWL: 36 ft 2 in
  • Length on Deck: 41 ft 0 in
  • Maximum Draft: 5 ft 8 in
  • Ballast: 11000 lbs
  • Dry Weight: 30500 lbs


  • 50 HP BMW D-50 diesel (approximately 2,500 hours)
  • New exhaust 2003
  • Dual Racor fuel/water separators
  • Cruising Speed: 6 knots
  • Maximum Speed: 7 knots


  • Fresh Water Tanks: (200 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: (120 Gallons)
  • Holding Tanks: (25 Gallons)


  • Number of single berths: 1
  • Number of double berths: 2
  • Number of cabins: 2
  • Number of heads: 1

Starting forward is the anchor locker which is accessed through doors at the foot of the double berth in master cabin. The master berth (50"x80")is offset to port providing easier access than normal V-berth. Beneath the berth are several deep drawers and bulk storage. Beside the berth is a settee with storage behind and beneath. There are bookshelves provided here as well as all other sleeping areas. A Lord Nelson tradition. There is also a large lighted hanging locker in the forward cabin. Next aft to port is the large head with separate stall shower masterfully crafted in teak with marble countertop. To starboard of the head is a lovely beveled glass china cabinet with hanging storage for wine glasses and plates. Beneath this is a large wine locker. Aft to starboard is a straight pull out settee which forms a full length large single sea berth. Beneath, above and outboard of this settee/berth are extensive storage and locker spaces. Opposite to port of this area is the large deep-seated U-shaped settee providing ample seating around the teak dining table. Again beneath, behind and outboard of this settee is extensive storage areas. Please note that the entire hull above the waterline of the Lord Nelson 41 is insulated with foam and all storage areas have thick teak staving over this insulation which prevents moisture from occurring making the Lord Nelson one of the driest boats afloat. Aft to port is the U-shaped galley providing a safe place to prepare meals at sea as well as ample room for a full gourmet meal while at rest. The galley has large centerlined double sinks, ample counter space with a top load Frigoboat keel cooler refrigeration, a fully gimbaled 3 burner propane stove/oven w/broiler. Through out the galley area there are several lockers and drawers providing ample room for stowage of provisions and utensils. Opposite the galley to starboard is the navigation station with top opening chart table with instrumentation and electrical panels outboard and above. Aft of this is a large hanging locker. Next aft to starboard is an enclosed guest stateroom with a large (54"x84") double berth. A marble topped vanity with sink and mirror and a large hanging locker are forward of the berth. Opposite of this stateroom on the port side is a large pilot berth stateroom with the usual bookshelf and storage cabinet. Ventilation in the Lord Nelson 41 is amply provided by 3 large (24"x26") hatches, 14 opening ports, and 4 SS dorade vents. Headroom throughout the entire yacht is at least 6'4". The cabin is heated by a Webasto 90ST Hydronic 30,000 BTU furnace. The Lord Nelson 41 has achieved, in her tri-cabin layout, a luxuriously livable interior with two Master staterooms, as well as, the sea berth aft to port.

One piece laminated solid hand laid iso-resin fiberglass hull, with extra laminates carefully applied at all high stress areas. An exclusive feature of the Lord Nelson's hull is the molded-in rubrail incorporated into longitudinal stringers designed to stiffen the hull longitudinally, protects against damage and gives the hull immense strength. The entire boat is insulated above the waterline for moisture and temperature control. One piece hand laminated solid fiberglass decks with beautifully crafted teak non-skid inserts. The fully encapsulated keel isolates the ballast from the elements as well as providing a strong protection from groundings. The Lord Nelson rudder is balanced for ease of handling, is hydrodynamically designed of high quality SS tubing and fiberglass, all bonded together to form a solid rudder weighing in with the exact density of sea water, assuring a neutral rudder water balance on all degrees of heel.


  • Raymarine C-120 Wide Multifunction display at helm (new 2010)
  • Raymarine C-120 Wide Multifunction display at navigation station (new 2010)
  • Seatalk Network switch connecting GPS, boat speed, wind, wind angle & depth
  • Standard Horizon DS45 Depth Sounder
  • Standard Horizon knot meter
  • Raymarine ST60 wind instrument
  • DSM300 digital depth sounder (new 2010)
  • Raymarine 18" 4kw Digital Raydome Scanner
  • Icom VHF with DSC at nav station with remote mic in cockpit

Complete 12V and 110V systems with deluxe panel including individual circuit breakers and master shut-off switches, panel light, 12V and 110V amp meters and voltmeters, electric bilge pump selector switch.

  • (6) 6 volt Lifeline AGM house batteries - 660 AH (new 2012)
  • (1) 12 volt Lifeline AGM engine start battery - 95 AH (new 2012)
  • Magnum inverter/charger (new 2012)
  • Balmar 210 amp alternator (new 2007)
  • Go Power GP-SW150 inverter

Sails and rigging
Kenyon heavy wall aluminum cruising mast and boom. Mast was removed in August of 2001 and professionally reconditioned and LP paint applied. New halyards were added at this time as well. Sails are Horizon "Series 2000" tan bark color heavy duty triple-stitched cruising sails. Harken roller furling on Genoa.

  • 8 oz main with 3 reefs
  • Lazy jacks
  • 130% furling genoa
  • 100% furling jib
  • Staysail with quick release inner stay.
  • North Asymmetrical spinnaker 1440 sf (new 2008)
  • (2) Barient #28 ST primary winches
  • (2) Barient #19 ST halyard winches
  • (1) Barient #17 ST halyard winch
  • Barient #23 ST mainsheet winch
  • (2) other Barient #19 winches
  • Preventer

Decks layout and equipment
Full raised bulwarks capped with beautifully varnished 2" teak cap rails. Polished stainless steel stemhead fitting with double bronze anchor rollers. Polished 3/8" stainless steel chainplates are thru-bolted with backing plates. Polished bronze anchor hawse pipes with caps, integral cleats and a Sampson post. Polished s/s 1 1/2" heavy duty bow and stern rails with boarding ladder. Custom heavy duty thru-bolted life line stanchions of sea-going height with coated life lines and gates to port and starboard. Curved polished s/s mast pulpits with belaying pins for line storage. Full length hand rails for safety. All deck hardware is fastened to fiberglassed-in stainless backing plates. Oversized dorade vents for excellent ventilation. (3) 24x26 bronze opening deck hatches with screens. (14) opening bronze portlights with screens.

The deck design and layout of the Lord Nelson provides a safe and secure platform for the entire crew while at sea.

  • Muir "Cheetah" electric anchor windlass
  • 45# CQR anchor with 200' 3/8" Chain & 300' 5/8 rode
  • Fortress FX 37 anchor
  • Stainless steel steering pedestal with teak rimmed wheel
  • Teak boom crutch with stainless steel fittings
  • Full winter boat cover
  • Dodger (new 2016)
  • Bimini (new 2016)
  • Mainsail cover (new 2016)
  • Pedestal and windlass cover


  • U-shaped galley with excellent storage.
  • 3-burner Princess 3 burner stove with oven (new 2003)
  • Frigoboat keel cooled refrigeration
  • Double SS sink with pressure water


  • ZF25 Marine Transmission (new 2008)
  • Dripless shaft seal (new 2008)
  • Webasto Thermo 90ST Hydronic 30,000 BTU furnace
  • Folding double mattress for easy removal in main cabin (new 2005)
  • Holding tank pump out
  • Clock and Barometer
  • LED mast lights

Related Documents
USCG Document Number: 678100 (expired)

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