For Sale
Rebel 41’

35.000 €

Designed by: E. G. Van de Stadt
Moulded by: Tyler Boat Cc. Ltd.
Finished by SOS
Material of the hull: GRP Indestructible high strength to weight ratio, maintenance free one-piece moulding of glass fibre reinforced polyester, including keel (internal ballast).
Standard scantlings and specification in excess of Lloyd's +1OOAl requirements.

Length OA: 41’ 2” / 12,55 m
Length WL: 30’2” / 9.19m
Beam: 10’11” / 3,32 m wide
Draft: 6’7” / 2 m deep

Weight: +/- 12 ton
Ballast lead encased in hull: 4 ton

Motor/Engine: Perkins diesel eng.4.107;36 s.h.p.(26.5 kW)at 3000 r.p.m
Cooling: Direct

Gearbox: Hydraulic TMP incirporating 1-1 reduction

Year of overhaul: 2019 (turned one hour)


Technical details:


Hull shape: S-bilged
Colour: Blue
Keel type: Fin keel
Rudder: Separate semi-balanced GRP blade
Rudder stock: Stainless steel
Steering wheel: Nylon coated aluminium wheel in separate cockpit
Steering mechanism: Whitlock torpedo type (bevel pinion and gears)
Emergency tiller: In main cockpit
Material of deck: One-piece moulding of GRP
Side-, fore- and after decks provided with moulding of glass fibre reinforced polyester.
integral non-slip surfaces, built-in king planks and reinforced’ in way of cleats, chain plates.
Material of cockpit: Water-tight and self draining with high coamings, shaped teak sole gratings and seat slats; drained seats and stowage lockers.
Superstructure: non-slip surfaces on deck and on coach roof in way of mast and boom.
Fared raised companion on after coach roof to avoid sliding hatch and resultant leaks.

Drive: Vee drive incorporating 2-l reduction
Exhaust: Water cooled
Propeller type: Fixed (one spare)
Propellor blades: 2
Propellor shaft: Stainless steel
Cruising speed: 7 knots maximum speed
Batteries: 3 x 90Ah with changeover and isolating switch.
Photo Voltaics: 4 with regulator 12V +/- 6 Amp
Charger: 220V to 12V
Inverter: 12V to 220V
Electric circuits 220V and 12V
Standard lights Navigation and cabin 12V mostly LED

Sailing specifications:
R.O.R.C. Rating 26.2’ approx. Class II
Measured Sail Area: 717.4 sq. ft. 66.7m²
Mainsail: 1 Vega voile 363.5 sq. ft. 33.8m²
Mainsail: 2 Hood 215 sq. ft. 20m²
Mainsail: 3 Van der Sneppen 194 sq. ft. 18m²
Main trysail: 4 Jackal 129 sq. ft. 12m²
Light Genoa No. 1: Ratsey & Lapth. 520 sq. ft. 48.4m²
Light Genoa No. 1: Hood 430sq. ft. 40m²
Heavy Genoa No. 2: Bruce Banks 376 sq. ft. 35m²
Working Jib No. 3: Hood 269 sq. ft. 25
Storm Jib No. 4: Van der Sneppen 215 sq. ft. 20
Storm Jib No. 5: Van der Sneppen 183 sq. ft. 17
Storm Jib No. 6: Ratsey & Lapth. 64.5 sq. ft. 6m²

Rig: Masthead sloop (no runners) with single T spreaders.
Standing rigging wire 10 mm 3/8” with Lewmar phosphor bronze turnbuckles
Mast aluminium alloy Sparlight B51 SWP of DQ 170 section stepped through deck on keel with aluminium maststeps; Anodised gold and polymer lined for internal halyards, stainless steel fittings and aluminium track to suit nylon slides. Stainless steel track spinnaker boom tracks.
Boom aluminium alloy Sparlight 5” diameter 10g section, with kicking strap, clew out-haul and sliding gooseneck ditto, 4" diameter, with Lewmar end fittings.
Spinnaker boom 1 Aluminium alloy Sparlight 4” diam.Lewmar end fitting
Spinnaker boom: 1 Aluminium 4” diameter, with end fittings

Portholes: 12 Toughened Triplex glazing in anodised aluminium fixed frames, with nylon sheathed hand holds in way of galley, chart table, etc.



Inventory / Equipment

Navigation equipment inside:
VHF Radio transmitter: Sailor RT 1440
Emergency transm./rec.: Call Buoy
Radio: Sailor RT 447
Shortwave radio receiver:
Depth sounder: Brookes&Gatehouse Hecta (1 in m and 1 in fathoms/ft)
Log/speedometer: Brookes&Gatehouse Harrier: 15503
Automatic steering: Sharp Helmsman
Compass Sestrel Universal Major (in aft cockpit and one small Sestrel in main cabin)
Bearing compass Sestrel 1
Sextant with drum Zeiss
Sight red. Tables 3 sets
Navigation astron. Calculator Cassens & Plath
Binoculars ??? with bearing compass
Cassette tape player: Realistic / Tandy
CD player: ??
Sewing Machine (manual/12V) Sail maker
Aladdin lamps 2 including spare parts

Equipment on deck:
Repeaters: 1 for speed; 1 for depth
Trailing log 1 small Walker; 1 larger Walker
Dorades: 2 Built-in glass fibre trunking port and starboard connecting flexible cowl ventilators to saloon
Fibreglasss hatches 2 Ventilated with Stainless steel Ventairs by Tannoy
Ventilation for cooking:: 1 Stainless steel Ventairs by Tannoy
2 Lewmar bronze winches 923 2x43 (genoa)
2 Lewmar bronze winches 816 1x25 (spinnaker)
2 Streiss mast winches 2x25
1 Lewmar 844 bronze winch 1x12 (mast spinnaker)
Rubber dinghy (2x): Avon Redstar (+floorb.) and Avon Redcrest
Life raft: 8 persons Sea Jay CJ-8
Wind vane: Hydrovane 3 spare vanes
Second wind vane: Monitor (like Aries, but stainless steel) 2 vanes
Radar reflector 1 x large buoy type fixed on mast
Swimming ladder 1 aluminium
CQR 1x 60 LBS (27 kg)
Plough CQR type 1x 68 LBS (31 kg)
CQR stern anchor 1x 27 LBS (12.5 kg)
Fisherman folding anchor 1x 64 LBS (29 kg)
Dinghy anchor Folding
Anchorchain 3/8” (10 mm) 4x 22m (45 fathoms) short link tested 6psi
Windlass / Anchor winch 1 Simpson Lawrence double acting, two speed
Anchor perlon rope 16 mm (1 ½”) 1 x 100m
Anchor perlon rope 16 mm (1 ½”) 1 x 50m
Anchor perlon rope 16 mm (1 ½”) 1 x 40m

General accommodation :
In main cabin:
Headroom: 6'2” to 6’14" (1.9 m) throughout
Interior inside joinerwork: Seasoned mahogany marine plywood (BSS 1088 grade)
Floor boards: Seasoned mahogany marine plywood (BSS 1088 grade)
Navigation table 1 very large (size of one opened chart)
Charts +/- 300 old Admiralty charts
Navigation books and Adm. Pilots Many (old ones)
Galley: 1 gimballed double calor gas cooker with oven
Sling seat for cook
Gas storage: Racked compartments for 4 calor gas bottles
Sink: 1 deep stainless steel sink
Fresh water: 1 Whale footpump
Fresh water: 1 electric Whale V-pump with long hose
Salt water: 1 Whale footpump
Fridge: 1 small electric 12V
Icebox: 1 large glassfibre ice box
Toilet: 1 Raritan pump + 1 Baby Blake (spare)
Toilet system: Manual pump(s)
Sea cocks: Bronze
Washing basin: 1 stainless steel
In bathroom: 1 Whale footpump
Storage: Many cupboards
Wardrobe: Ample hanging space
Handrails: Full length through saloon
Nylon coated handgrips Many in strategic positions
Grab posts: 3 in saloon in way of galley and chart table

General equipment:
Dirty water tank GRP built: GRP(olyester) 30 gal. 180 l
Fresh water tank GRP built in bilges: GRP(olyester) 80 gal. 360 l
Diesel main tank GRP built in bilges: GRP(olyester) 30 gal. 140 l
Diesel auxiliary tank GRP built in: GRP(olyester) 30 gal. 180 l
Bilge pumps interior: 1 double acting GMP pump (manual)
Bilge pumps exterior: 1 Whale pump (manual) in cockpit

Berths: 8
All berths, seats and settees with stowage space underneath for bedding personal gear and stores, complete with heavy duty waterproof covered foam mattresses. Ethylene lee cloth canvasses to saloon berths.
In owners cabin 1 double or V foc’sle berth length 2m
1 small pilot berth
Quarter berths: 2
With table lowered 1 double berth
Settee berth 1 settee berth on bb
1 pilot berth converted in an additional chart storage, cupboard and library

General equipment:
Bosum chair 1
Safety harnesses 2
Life jackets 8
Life buoys 4 one light
Fenders 6
Signal flags 1 set
Signal pistol and flares 1
Mechanical tools Many sets of almost everything
Hand drilling machine 24 V professional Black & Decker (black series)
Bench vice 1
Fire extinguishers 3
Emergency tiller; boathook; scrub brush; bucket; horn; six fenders, ensign staff and burgee stick; fog-horn;

Paint and brightwork (Internal): polyurethane clear and white lacquers through-out
Paint and Brightwork (External): polyurethane white-greyish lacquers through-out

Accommodation - Inventory:
Saloon, fore cabin, toilet
Chart table: Full size, facing forward with fixed bench seat and sling, chart drawers; stores, instrument and bottle lockers, bookshelves, lockers and navigation instrument panel over.
Robust removable saloon table For both inside and in cockpit use
Lazarette, after stowage compartment: Large ventilated hatch, for sails, warps, fenders, rubber dinghy, etc.
Seat hatches in main cockpit: for stowage of working gear, sheets, blocks, etc.
Chain lockers for spare chain
Draining stowage for oilskins and seaboots near cockpit;
Small lockers: for each crew member.
Dry bilges: for can stowage, forepeak stowage.
Under fore cabin berths: for chain stowage and small containers, sails, etc.
Cabin All lockers and doors secured by stainless steel, latches end/or nylon catches and hung on non-ferrous piano hinges.

On deck:
Scupper drains: Built into deck and topsides, drain l” to boot-top giving unbroken bulwark on either side
Cleats for mooring: 5 nylon sheathed.
Cleats for sheet: 10 tufnol fairleads
Cleats on mast for halyards: 3 large - and 4 small Lewmar
Pulpits (bow and stern) 10 stanchions and divided sternpulpit, all stainless steel
Sheets: Genoa and spinnaker sheets
Stem and stern fitting, shroud Plates
Bulwarks and handrails capped with seawater resistant toughened vinyl, requiring no maintenance.
Heavy stainless steel incorporating fairlead, 2 chain rollers, tack and forestay tang and through bolted cheek plates.
Heavy stainless steel tang with backing plate through bolted to reinforced deck and transom.
Shroud plates: Stainless steel "U" type to suit 5/8" through bolted, reinforced by backing plates and glass fibre shelf doublers
Turnbuckles/ bottle screws: Lewmar phosphor bronze 16 mm
Nylon sheathed eyes provided in cockpit for personal safety harness.

Standing Rigging:
Best quality stainless steel 1 X 19 pre-formed, Latch & Batchelor with swaged end fittings.
Forestay, backstay and cap shrouds: 10 mm 3/8" circ. \
Lower shrouds: 8 mm 3/8 " circ.
Bottle-screws: 16 mm with toggles all round, Lewmar Superston 40
coupled to above deck fittings and stainless steel mast fittings. Breaking loads lO.2 and 7.2 tons, respectively.
Running rigging: Terylene 3 strand pre-streched
Blocks: Bound tufnol, with stainless Superston metalwork Lewmar
Halyards: Main and genoa: internal 14 mm through Tufnol sheaves, sound deadened, with terylene tails.
Spinnaker halyard: external 14 mm terylene.

The specification for mouldings and all fixings, rigging spars and equipment has been designed and tested to provide a generous margin beyond the calculated safe working load.

The craft is in all respects built to the lOOAl standard required by Lloyd's Register of Shipping
All stainless steel fittings are to EH58J specification.
All underwaterline hull openings are provided with bronze skin fittings and seacocks.

Contact p
resent owner:

Jan Swerts
Bruggestr. 51 a B-2240 Zandhoven Belgium
e-mail address :
Phone(handy): 0032 473769770