2013 Gozzard 41

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Yacht Overview

Make: Gozzard

Model: 41

Year: 2013

Length: 41′

Located In: Bradenton, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8654891


Quality, expert workmanship and elegance abound in this beautiful Gozzard 41. If you are looking for a bluewater cruising sailboat that can take you anywhere safely and in style, this is your yacht.

  • Solidly constructed, extended range, blue water sailing yacht
  • Designed for the modern liveaboard lifestyle
  • This is not your standard production boat, she has an extended service life and maintains her value well beyond the competition
  • Designed by H. Ted Gozzard
  • Handcrafted in Canada by North Castle Marine for Gozzard Yachts
  • “One Love” began construction in 2008 and was completed and commissioned in 2013
  • Fully loaded with furling mainsail, cutter rig on self-tacking track, electric winches, 5KW generator, A/C, solar panels, bow AND stern thrusters and much more
  • Inside stored in her early life in Connecticut, then three years in fresh water in the Midwest
  • Fresh bottom job just completed in 2022 @ Snead Island Boat Works
  • Highfield CL 290 Dinghy with Honda 9.9 H.P. 4 stroke outboard, both new in 2021
  •  A showing will not disappoint!
  • Come see her at Twin Dolphin Marina in lovely Bradenton, FL
  • Call, text or e-mail Peter Obetz for more details


Design Concept

The Gozzard 41 is a semi-custom solidly constructed, extended range, blue water yacht designed primarily for the live aboard cruising life style. Particular attention has been made towards the needs, comfort and safety of a cruising couple while offering ample accommodations for guests. The quality of the vessel is such that it will have an extended service life and maintain its value well beyond a more standard production yacht.

Sail Plan: One Love utilizes and optimized traditional cutter rig. To eliminate having to manually tack both head sails and the need for a club footed staysail, a self-tending staysail on a curved traveler track forward of the mast is used. To simplify things further, the typical mainsail traveler has been eliminated; instead the mainsail leach control is maintained with the use of the solid boom vang with a cascade purchase system which is lead aft into the cockpit. With the extremely wide chain plate base, the slots can be more open reducing back winding and the need to have the boom near the centerline for the boat while sailing upwind.

The sail plan for the G41 is designed to be a powerful rig to take full advantage of the improvements made with the new hull form. Of note, the aspect ratio and overall size of the staysail has been increased over older designs to help fill the gap at 15 to 18 knots when most crews tend to shorten the topsail by furling it completely away. The combination of the self tending staysail and mainsail makes the G41 very easy to sail in the higher wind ranges while being very powerful in the lighter air conditions when all sails can be utilized.


The interior is based on Ted Gozzard’s own life experiences, his interiors reflect an open and innovative concept. His interiors focus on function and the feeling of open space.

  • The standard interior wood is American cherry. The louvered cabinet doors feature a 4-way adjustable hinge to allow easy adjustment to compensate for wood movement. All drawers are dove tailed and are installed on sliders.
  • All main bulkheads are FRP cored structures with cherry veneer faces. All trims, fiddles, face frames, kicks and doors are solid cherry and have the backside and end grain cuts sealed. All furniture and cabinets constructed with plywood have the end cuts finished with solid stock so they can not absorb water. All end grains are sealed.
  • Cabin soles are teak and basswood (tongue and groove) and are made from solid stock not veneer. The sole is glued to a structural FRP structure and access panels are provided where required. All bilge panels have locks or are fastened securely.


  • Large wrap around galley countertop.  The counter is made of cultured marble. All sinks are recessed under the counter for total drainage and have back splashes.
  • Deep stainless steel sink with Hot/cold water pressure, seagull filtered water system and manual seawater pump. 
  • (2) 120v outlets
  • Kenmore microwave.  This oven can be used both at the dock using the shore power or underway using the inverter.
  • Force 10 3-burner stove top and oven
  • Top access Seafrost refrigerator with additional cold drawer below
  • Top access Seafrost freezer
  • Sea Frost refrigerator and freezer units with digital displays (12v)
  • Generous storage throughout the galley
  • Fireboy propane gas sniffer
  • Xantec propane detector
  • Raising panel to separate the forward berth from the galley if desired


  • The head is immediately to starboard
  • Electric flush toilet plumbed for fresh or saltwater flush
  • Separate shower stall with seat
  • Sink vanity with storage below
  • Additional cabinets outboard

Dinette/Nav station:

  • Chartplotter at dinnette
  • Fore/aft seating with mounted table
  • Storage under table top for charts and accessories
  • Access to electrical panel and other ships systems

Aft Cabin:

  • Privacy divider that easily pops up
  • Ultrasuede mattress
  • (3) opening window port
  • overhead hatch
  • (3) lights)
  • Large vanity with deep cabinet storage below and hanging storage outboard
  • Additional cabinet storage just aft of vanity with shelving

Forward cabin: 

  • Privacy partion raises to separate forward cabin from the rest of the salon
  • Convertible settee into double berth
  • Centerline Hi-Lo table with seating for 8 adults  
  • Dickenson gas fireplace with tile surround
  • Flatscreen TV w/ stereo and CD player
  • Large hanging locker 
  • Unique closet door that swings to become a privacy door


  • Red/white overhead in the aft cabin, forward cabin, galley and nav station.
  • Hella high intensity fluorescent lights in head and main cabin
  • Nicro LED courtesy lights are located on the companionway stairs, main walk way and galley kick with the switch at the companionway
  • LED reading lights are mounted where required
  • LED counter light package.


  • The cabin truck is low profile to reduce windage and increase visibility from the cockpit. The cabin sides are sloped to allow opened ports to be drip free. The multi leveled cockpit permits good access to the side decks and a sizeable bridge deck offers excellent protection from down flooding into the interior. All sail controls are designed to be lead aft.
  • well laid out to easily and safely walk about
  • solid teak decking in cockpit for superior nonskid
  • transom drops down with the push of a button to create a walkthrough for easy boarding from a tender or water
  • centerline is a table with leafs for dining
  • Hard FRP bimini has light mounted underneath
  • 5KW generator located under cockpit center island
  • (2) stern pulpit seats
  • Hard FRP dodger with upgraded windows
  • Curtains for cockpit bimini for additional shade
  • connector canvas between bimini and dodger
  • side curtains for bimini for added shade
  • Teak hinged companionway doors with louvers and built-in keyed lock set.
  • Interior locking bolts allow the doors to be secured from inside while on board.
  • Built in storm panel tracks allow for drop panels to be mounted inside the companionway doors.
  • Overhead sliding screen and screened companionway doors allows for maximum ventilation while keeping insects out.

Swim Platform:

  • Beautifully designed transom that when up provides safety at sea but can fold down for easy dinghy and swim access
  • Fold down walk-thru transom with SS swim boarding ladder make man-over-board recovery and boarding the dinghy easy (especially with a dog or supplies).
  • Built in hot and cold fresh water cockpit shower.
  • Spring loaded storm drain (blast gate) is built into the transom. This drain has over 8 times the capacity of the more traditional scupper drains normally found in modern cockpits. The transom maximizes emergency draining should the cockpit ever be swamped.
  • Electric lift with remote control. 

Electronics, Instrumentation and Equipment:


  • Raymarine Hybrid touch MFD w/ AIS receiver unit
  • Raymarine autopilot, with wireless remote
  • (2) raymarine repeaters (ST 70)
  • Maxwell anchor control with chain counter
  • Wired remote for raymarine VHF
  • Speaker for raymarine VHF
  • Side-Power variable speed bow and stern thrusters
  • 12v electrical distribution accessory panel
  • (2) stereo speakers 
  • Ritchie compass
  • 12v outlet

Nav Station

  • Raymarine Hybridtouch MFD screen w/ AIS receiver unit
  • Ray 54 VHF
  • Vectron Energy BMP 501 battery monitor
  • Wema Liquid Level Monitor System
  • Bilge Pump Auto/Manual switch
  • Map light
  • Electrical distribution panel (see electrical for more details)

Rigging & Sailing Hardware:

Sail Plan

One Love utilizes an op