Price Reduction – 2005 Comar Comet 41s

Grabau International is delighted to announce the price reduction of the 2005 Comar Comet 41s ‘EL PASO FELPADO’.

Launched in 2005, this 3-cabin, 2-heads Comar Comet 41S has been lightly used and is well presented. Great location for immediate sail away and enjoyment.


Launched in 2005 and lightly used, EL PASO FELPADO is a great example of the very popular Comar Comet 41S Her specification highlights include:-
• Lightewight vacuum construction with composite bulkheads
• Teak decks – 2014
• 2.45m draft lead keel optimised for performance
• J prop three blades folding propeller
• Full Harken deck gear package include 6 winches – one electric
• Foldable bow sprit
• Bow thruster
• 3-cabins, 2-heads interior layout
• Davits for outboard engine
• RINA renewed 2018


The biggest challenge with this model was to pack the substantial appeal of its bigger sisters, the 51 S and 45 S, into just 12 metres. This meant long hours at the drawing board and computer not to mention the construction of numerous 1:10 scale models as we strove to strike just the right balance between hull and coachroof. The 41 S has the beautifully unforced, performance-oriented forms we’ve come to expect from the Comar Sport series: fine bow sections and vertical overhangs, designed to develop the waterline to the utmost and make the hull soft on the waves. Although never interfering with the finely wrought proportions of the hull, the deckhouse design delivers excellent interior liveability, even allowing a choice of solutions that goes right up to three cabins and two heads. The very nippy Comet 41 S is surprising responsive and docile to wheel too, thanks to the good hull balance and rudder’s efficiency.

Comar Comet 41s – El Paso Felpado – now just Euro 105,000 VAT paid – full details here


Do you have a yacht like this to sell? Grabau International are always looking for new high quality cruising yacht listings both in the UK and internationally. For further information about our tailored brokerage services, please look here or feel free to contact us.

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