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1966 Owens 42 Aruba

1966 Owens 42 Aruba

$40,000

Suisun City, California

Year 1966

Make Owens

Model 42 Aruba

Category Motoryachts

Length 42

Posted 1 Month Ago

The seller indicates that all electrical and mechanical systems work as designed. The seller stated that the hull outer planks were replaced with Honduran mahogany in 2009. The seller reports that the photo of the most recent haulout and bottom job was from 2020. The carpet in the salon could use refreshing and there are a couple of cracked windows. One head has been remodeled and the other is not currently in use. Stock #317696 Classic beauty motoryacht with lots of upgrades! Great potential liveaboard! This 1966 Owens 42 Aruba is a classic dual-cabin Motoryacht that would make for a fantastic weekender or even a liveaboard! Everything about this yacht says big. Start with the 11'x13' bridge deck for enjoying the outdoors while in the slip or underway. Step down into the large main salon and enjoy abundant natural light thanks to the windows on every side. Storage is abundant throughout in lockers, drawers and cabinets. Further forward is a fully-equipped galley with a double sink, copious countertop space, electric appliances and a fridge. The forward stateroom has Pullman-type upper and lower bunks and a full head sits in-between the galley and cabin. The aft stateroom has a remodeled head with a large shower, two twin beds and storage for folded and hanging clothing.

1966 Owens 42 Aruba

1966 Owens 42 Aruba

$40,000

Suisun City, California

Year 1966

Make Owens

Model 42 Aruba

Category Motoryachts

Length 42

Posted 1 Month Ago

The seller indicates that all electrical and mechanical systems work as designed. The seller stated that the hull outer planks were replaced with Honduran mahogany in 2009. The seller reports that the photo of the most recent haulout and bottom job was from 2020. The carpet in the salon could use refreshing and there are a couple of cracked windows. One head has been remodeled and the other is not currently in use. Stock #317696 Classic beauty motoryacht with lots of upgrades! Great potential liveaboard! This 1966 Owens 42 Aruba is a classic dual-cabin Motoryacht that would make for a fantastic weekender or even a liveaboard! Everything about this yacht says big. Start with the 11'x13' bridge deck for enjoying the outdoors while in the slip or underway. Step down into the large main salon and enjoy abundant natural light thanks to the windows on every side. Storage is abundant throughout in lockers, drawers and cabinets. Further forward is a fully-equipped galley with a double sink, copious countertop space, electric appliances and a fridge. The forward stateroom has Pullman-type upper and lower bunks and a full head sits in-between the galley and cabin. The aft stateroom has a remodeled head with a large shower, two twin beds and storage for folded and hanging clothing.

1975 Whitby Boat Works Whitby 42

1975 Whitby Boat Works Whitby 42

$100,000

Ensenada, Baja California

Year 1975

Make Whitby Boat Works

Model Whitby 42

Category Ketch

Length 42

Posted 1 Month Ago

Current owner (3RD Owner) say's his 1975 WHITBY BOAT WORKS WHITBY 42 in "Very Good Overall Condition" As provided by the seller/owner; All sails are in good or better condition Serviced & maintained as best as possible LifeRaft will need to re-inspected ***I have not visited this vessel in person. Pictures, details & information on condition have been provided by the owner. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any specific questions, to submit an offer, or schedule a personal viewing*** Stock #192932 OCEAN GOING BLUE WATER KETCH..! HARD TOP CENTER HELM ENCLOSURE..! (4) SOLAR PANELS..! FORD LEHMAN 80 HP DIESEL INBOARD..! Very sharp Vintage Blue Water WHITBY BOAT WORKS WHITBY 42..! The strength of the Whitby 42 clearly lies in her accommodations and is justifiably regarded as one of the most livable production boats to be found in this size range. If you are looking for Blue Water adventure or Coastal cruising put this one at the top of the list..! You can begin your cruising in the heart of the world most renowned cruising grounds. La Paz, Mexico, the gateway to the Sea of Cortez and home to dozens of gorgeous anchorages with crystal clear warm waters, white sandy beaches, wonderful swimming and diving She is set up to cruise the open water. Seller loves the overall layout, roomy and cozy cabin areas and is easy to navigate. Equipped with a large salon, very comfortable navigation station including a workbench along the passageway between the navigation station and aft stateroom. The "U" shaped galley, one of the seller's favorites, is spacious and perfectly positioned to keep the cook, out of the way of passengers and crew. There are good-sized staterooms forward and aft and both have large adjoining heads and 1 with shower. Powered by Ford Lehman 80 HP Diesel inboard, (4) Solar Panels and a strong list of updates, options, and Sail inventory. She is rigged for Single-Handed..! SAILS Two full battens Mains. Full battens Mizzen. 130% heavy Genoa. 115% heavy Genoa. New Trysail. New Gale sail over furled genoa. 160% light wind Genoa. Asymmetrical Spinnaker with a sock. Symmetrical Spinnaker with a sock. Whisker and spinnaker poles. All sails are in good or better condition. Selden Rodkicker Boomvang for main boom. Lazy jacks on main and mizzen Harken roller furling ACCOMMODATIONS The cockpit has dual companionways: aft to aft queen cabin with 2 lockers, numerous storage cabinets, and enclosed electrical head w/sink, 3 mirrors and countertop plus storage. Walkthrough on stbd side has workbench w/vise. Chart storage under counter above the fuel tank. Entering main cabin fwd facing chart table w/seat to stbd. Radar swings into companionway for cockpit visibility. Opposite to port is a U-shaped galley with sink fwd w/counter space, gimbaled stove, refrigerator & freezer under aft countertops. Main salon has an L-shaped settee which pulls out to a double. Dining table folds up from bulkhead and folds open to seat 6. Teak hatches over bilge compartments, custom built in shelves and cabinets to stbd, counter area has fold down table w/bookshelf and manuals behind. Fwd to stbd is the hanging locker; opposite to port shower with manual head (no sink). Inside v-berth cabin port and stbd are 2 sail lockers, one used to be part of the head and hanging locker. Double v-bunk has storage cabinets outboard for clothes and chain locker with access fwd. Under and behind all inside cushions are anti-mildew pads. Temperature adjustable heating cables installed all around the boat to prevent condensation inside all enclosed areas. GALLEY Refrigeration: 12v Danfoss cold machine refrigeration system. Freezer: 12v Engel freezer. Stove: Shipmate 3 burners gimbaled propane stove/oven. Sink: Single Corian, built-in counter top. Water System: Pressure water system. Whale Gusher water foot pumps. Saltwater faucet for galley sinks. Freshwater system can be connected to the shore. Water heater: 120v with engine heat exchanger 12 gal. Other: Two aluminum propane tanks. Xintex Propane monitoring system. Seagull potable water filters system. ELECTRONICS SSB Radio: SEA 235. Radar: Furuno Model1623 flat-screen '99. VHF: Standard Horizon GX2200 Metrix AIS/GPS. Autopilot: Simrad NAC-3 autopilot. GPS: Garmin, with charts. AIS: Matsutec. Stereo: Clarion Marine cassette radio with 4 inside and 2 outside speakers. TV: Majestic TV, DVD player, and a computer monitor. SONAR: EchoPilot forward-looking sonar with speed transducer. WIND SPEED & DIRECTION: Clipper. OTHER: Satellite phone Inmarsat with marine dock station. 406 EPIRB. Weather Station: Navtex "MeteoMan" Burglar alarm system: Viper. Wi-Fi antenna: Powerful Omnidirectional. ELECTRICAL Electrical system: 12V / 120V. Batteries: 5 SPS Meridian M 180B NorthStar, 180 amp-hours each, 2019. Three Nanopulser sulfation buildup inhibitor PG-12N controllers. Battery switches: Yes. Battery monitor: Yes. Inverter: 2200 watt Cobra Marine. Interior lighting: All cabins and navigation lights are fluorescent, LED, or have LED light bulbs. Batteries chargers: AGM 50 AH battery with storage low ampere charger for 12 V diving compressor & 12 amps ProSport and 60 amps ProCharger Ultra - Diving equipment not included Solar panels (4) 100 watt solar panels Alternator: Balmar 100 amp alternator. Other: 12v breaker box with 24 circuit breakers. 120v breaker box with main and 6 circuit breakers. Tree Alpenglow dual-color and wattage lights. Eight 2-speed "Hella" fans. One Multi-color LED light in the galley. All rigging grounded. Shore power 120V monitor. MECHANICAL BILGE PUMP: One electrical one manual. FIVE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS TWIN FUEL WATER SEPARATOR Raycor. TWO INLINE FUEL FILTERS. FUEL SHUT OFF: Emergency engine stop. SPACE HEATER: Newport diesel. PROPELLER: 3-blade fixed. STEERING: Wheel; Tiller for emergency. RUDDER: Modified, hydraulic drive rebuilt '12. EIGHT ST winches. WATERMAKER: Power Survivor, rebuilt '08. GENSET: Custom built Genset 5.5 HP 12V 160 amp alternator. OTHER ALARM SYSTEMS: Battery, bilge, engine temperature, oil pressure, CO2, water separator. Deck and galley sink washdown pump. Electrical macerators pump '08. Six persons Plastimo life raft. Hard dodger with glass windshield and electrical wiper. Hardtop with arch and mainsheet traveler. Full-size deck cover. Hi-tech custom made main stateroom mattress. Electrical Simpson-Lawrence Pacific V3000 windlass '07. 55 lb. CQR anchor with 300' chain rod regalvanized '06. 40 lb. Danforth anchor with 30' chain and 300' rode. 35 lb. Danforth anchor with 20' chain and 250' rode. Make sure to look through all the details, pictures and options that are listed below. If you have any questions, would like to schedule a personal viewing or make an offer, feel free to contact me anytime.! Reason for selling is change of interest.

1975 Whitby Boat Works Whitby 42

1975 Whitby Boat Works Whitby 42

$100,000

Ensenada, Baja California

Year 1975

Make Whitby Boat Works

Model Whitby 42

Category Ketch

Length 42

Posted 1 Month Ago

Current owner (3RD Owner) say's his 1975 WHITBY BOAT WORKS WHITBY 42 in "Very Good Overall Condition" As provided by the seller/owner; All sails are in good or better condition Serviced & maintained as best as possible LifeRaft will need to re-inspected ***I have not visited this vessel in person. Pictures, details & information on condition have been provided by the owner. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any specific questions, to submit an offer, or schedule a personal viewing*** Stock #192932 OCEAN GOING BLUE WATER KETCH..! HARD TOP CENTER HELM ENCLOSURE..! (4) SOLAR PANELS..! FORD LEHMAN 80 HP DIESEL INBOARD..! Very sharp Vintage Blue Water WHITBY BOAT WORKS WHITBY 42..! The strength of the Whitby 42 clearly lies in her accommodations and is justifiably regarded as one of the most livable production boats to be found in this size range. If you are looking for Blue Water adventure or Coastal cruising put this one at the top of the list..! You can begin your cruising in the heart of the world most renowned cruising grounds. La Paz, Mexico, the gateway to the Sea of Cortez and home to dozens of gorgeous anchorages with crystal clear warm waters, white sandy beaches, wonderful swimming and diving She is set up to cruise the open water. Seller loves the overall layout, roomy and cozy cabin areas and is easy to navigate. Equipped with a large salon, very comfortable navigation station including a workbench along the passageway between the navigation station and aft stateroom. The "U" shaped galley, one of the seller's favorites, is spacious and perfectly positioned to keep the cook, out of the way of passengers and crew. There are good-sized staterooms forward and aft and both have large adjoining heads and 1 with shower. Powered by Ford Lehman 80 HP Diesel inboard, (4) Solar Panels and a strong list of updates, options, and Sail inventory. She is rigged for Single-Handed..! SAILS Two full battens Mains. Full battens Mizzen. 130% heavy Genoa. 115% heavy Genoa. New Trysail. New Gale sail over furled genoa. 160% light wind Genoa. Asymmetrical Spinnaker with a sock. Symmetrical Spinnaker with a sock. Whisker and spinnaker poles. All sails are in good or better condition. Selden Rodkicker Boomvang for main boom. Lazy jacks on main and mizzen Harken roller furling ACCOMMODATIONS The cockpit has dual companionways: aft to aft queen cabin with 2 lockers, numerous storage cabinets, and enclosed electrical head w/sink, 3 mirrors and countertop plus storage. Walkthrough on stbd side has workbench w/vise. Chart storage under counter above the fuel tank. Entering main cabin fwd facing chart table w/seat to stbd. Radar swings into companionway for cockpit visibility. Opposite to port is a U-shaped galley with sink fwd w/counter space, gimbaled stove, refrigerator & freezer under aft countertops. Main salon has an L-shaped settee which pulls out to a double. Dining table folds up from bulkhead and folds open to seat 6. Teak hatches over bilge compartments, custom built in shelves and cabinets to stbd, counter area has fold down table w/bookshelf and manuals behind. Fwd to stbd is the hanging locker; opposite to port shower with manual head (no sink). Inside v-berth cabin port and stbd are 2 sail lockers, one used to be part of the head and hanging locker. Double v-bunk has storage cabinets outboard for clothes and chain locker with access fwd. Under and behind all inside cushions are anti-mildew pads. Temperature adjustable heating cables installed all around the boat to prevent condensation inside all enclosed areas. GALLEY Refrigeration: 12v Danfoss cold machine refrigeration system. Freezer: 12v Engel freezer. Stove: Shipmate 3 burners gimbaled propane stove/oven. Sink: Single Corian, built-in counter top. Water System: Pressure water system. Whale Gusher water foot pumps. Saltwater faucet for galley sinks. Freshwater system can be connected to the shore. Water heater: 120v with engine heat exchanger 12 gal. Other: Two aluminum propane tanks. Xintex Propane monitoring system. Seagull potable water filters system. ELECTRONICS SSB Radio: SEA 235. Radar: Furuno Model1623 flat-screen '99. VHF: Standard Horizon GX2200 Metrix AIS/GPS. Autopilot: Simrad NAC-3 autopilot. GPS: Garmin, with charts. AIS: Matsutec. Stereo: Clarion Marine cassette radio with 4 inside and 2 outside speakers. TV: Majestic TV, DVD player, and a computer monitor. SONAR: EchoPilot forward-looking sonar with speed transducer. WIND SPEED & DIRECTION: Clipper. OTHER: Satellite phone Inmarsat with marine dock station. 406 EPIRB. Weather Station: Navtex "MeteoMan" Burglar alarm system: Viper. Wi-Fi antenna: Powerful Omnidirectional. ELECTRICAL Electrical system: 12V / 120V. Batteries: 5 SPS Meridian M 180B NorthStar, 180 amp-hours each, 2019. Three Nanopulser sulfation buildup inhibitor PG-12N controllers. Battery switches: Yes. Battery monitor: Yes. Inverter: 2200 watt Cobra Marine. Interior lighting: All cabins and navigation lights are fluorescent, LED, or have LED light bulbs. Batteries chargers: AGM 50 AH battery with storage low ampere charger for 12 V diving compressor & 12 amps ProSport and 60 amps ProCharger Ultra - Diving equipment not included Solar panels (4) 100 watt solar panels Alternator: Balmar 100 amp alternator. Other: 12v breaker box with 24 circuit breakers. 120v breaker box with main and 6 circuit breakers. Tree Alpenglow dual-color and wattage lights. Eight 2-speed "Hella" fans. One Multi-color LED light in the galley. All rigging grounded. Shore power 120V monitor. MECHANICAL BILGE PUMP: One electrical one manual. FIVE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS TWIN FUEL WATER SEPARATOR Raycor. TWO INLINE FUEL FILTERS. FUEL SHUT OFF: Emergency engine stop. SPACE HEATER: Newport diesel. PROPELLER: 3-blade fixed. STEERING: Wheel; Tiller for emergency. RUDDER: Modified, hydraulic drive rebuilt '12. EIGHT ST winches. WATERMAKER: Power Survivor, rebuilt '08. GENSET: Custom built Genset 5.5 HP 12V 160 amp alternator. OTHER ALARM SYSTEMS: Battery, bilge, engine temperature, oil pressure, CO2, water separator. Deck and galley sink washdown pump. Electrical macerators pump '08. Six persons Plastimo life raft. Hard dodger with glass windshield and electrical wiper. Hardtop with arch and mainsheet traveler. Full-size deck cover. Hi-tech custom made main stateroom mattress. Electrical Simpson-Lawrence Pacific V3000 windlass '07. 55 lb. CQR anchor with 300' chain rod regalvanized '06. 40 lb. Danforth anchor with 30' chain and 300' rode. 35 lb. Danforth anchor with 20' chain and 250' rode. Make sure to look through all the details, pictures and options that are listed below. If you have any questions, would like to schedule a personal viewing or make an offer, feel free to contact me anytime.! Reason for selling is change of interest.

1976 Cheoy Lee 42 Sail Boat

1976 Cheoy Lee 42 Sail Boat

$31,000

Half Moon Bay, California

Year 1976

Make Cheoy Lee

Model 42

Category Daysailer Sailboats

Length 42.0

Posted Over 1 Month

The boat was built by Cheoy Lee in Hong-Kong, in 1976. Cheoy Lee 42, docked in Pillard Point (Half Moon Bay), registered in California. The boat is visible at Pillard Point marina, dock H-26. You can access the dock any time (there is no gate). If you want to see the inside, we will just need to agree on a time and date for me to show you. The boat is in good shape, we've been owning it, traveling and living on it since 2004. The engine will need some attention eventually, but it runs OK. Based on ads I see for similar boats, its value should be around $50,000, you can see it with the links below, they'll lead you to pictures . There was a recent storn and saome damge thgat was jsut foxed. But a starboard mizzen chain-plate got broken, and I am not going to be able to fix that quickly, it requires some time I don't have for now...Having a new chain-plate would take I believe less that $100, but it would take a couple of hours to put it in place.This is something a possible buyer should be aware of. Other than that this is perfect.http://donpedro.lediouris.net/journal/diary/2014.01/IMAG0518.jpghttp://trip-2010-2011.lediouris.netMore pictures of the inside are available at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/sleipnir/index.htmlAbout the maintenance, you can checkout the link at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/?view=protected/maintenance.html,Also, details on the equipment are available at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/clspec.html http://donpedro.lediouris.net/protected/maintenance.htmlsome pictures of the boat - inside and outside - available at http://donpedro.lediouris.net/?view=journal/index.html. read http://donpedro.lediouris.net.Details about the equipment (oven/stove, heater, watermaker, winches, auto-pilot, radio, electronics, etc).The boat has 9 sails (main, mizzen, trysail, new staysail, yankee, genoa, spinnaker, mizzen staysail, storm staysail).Mizzen and main have been recently (2014) reviewed and tuned-up by a Sailmaker. They are not new, but in OK shape. There is also a spinnaker sleeve. Boat/RV Information: Year: '76 Make: Cheoy Lee Model: 42 Engine size:_50 Hp_________Does the vehicle RUN _ Yes ________________VIN: _100244BT002945___________________________________ Plate:_CF_8797_SM__________________________________________Year in 1976. Built in Honk-Kong. The hull is 42' long, yes. Out all, it is 45'. Has no trailerThe keel is labeled as ballast in the page you are referring to: Displacement:23 500 lbs10.66 tonsCast Iron Ballast:9000 lbs4 tonsThe boat is rigged as a ketch. One main mast, one mizzen mast. On the same page, you'd see the engine is a Perkins, not a Honda. Hull material is GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic). Beam should be 12'1". SpecificationsDesigned by Bill Luders.imperialmetricLOA:42'5"12.93mwith bowsprit:49'14.94mLWL:30'9.14mBOA:12'1"3.68mDraft:5'9"1.75mDisplacement:23 500 lbs10.66 tonsCast Iron Ballast:9000 lbs4 tons Fuel Tank:45 gallons170 litersFresh Water Tank:125 gallons475 litersFor two people, at the dock, will usually last between 20 and 23 daysIce Box:48 gallons180 liters7 cu.ft. Engine:Perkins 50 hp, 4-108 cons ~ ½ gal/hourTransmission:Velvet Drive AS7-71C, Serial # 3296 Ratio 1.91:1Anchors:CQR 45lbs CQR 35lbs Danforth Herreshof / Fisherman's 100 lbs200ft 5/16" chain with 100ft of 1" rope50ft 5/16" chain with 200ft of 1" ropeSail Parameters:I1325.9 cm43'6" J640 cm21'0" E Main487.7 cm16'0" P Main1188.7 cm39'0" E Mizzen350.5 cm11'6" P Mizzen845.8 cm27'9"Sails:Main Sail31 m2344 sqft Mizzen Sail16 m2172 sqft Genoa67 m2723 sqft Yankee22 m2237 sqft Staysail15 m2344 sqft Spinnaker137 m21474.45 sqft Mizzen staysail21.3 m2230 sqft Storm staysail6.4 m269 sqft Trysail7.2 m277.5 sqftUpwind Main + Mizzen + Genoa114 m21227 sqftUpwind Main + Mizzen + Yankee + Staysail84 m2904 sqftDownwind Main + Mizzen + Spinnaker184 m21981 sqftDownwind Main + Mizzen + Spinnaker + Mizzen Staysail205.3 m22209 sqftElectronic:B&G Hornet TackTick (MHU, Speed, Depth, Temperature, Compas, NMEA Interface, 3 Displays, GPS)Autopilot Autohelm ST-6000GPS Garmin 120XLDepth Sounder Hummingbird Wide 100, outsideDepth Sounder Raytheon, insideVHF PresidentSSB (Single Side Band) / BLU (Bande Latérale Unique) call sign WDC7278, email [email protected] IC-M700PRO, re-programmed for SailMail frequenciesAntenna Tuner MFJ Versa Tuner II, Model MFJ-941D, replaced with an automatic ICOM AT-130Modem Pactor PCT-IIex with cloning cable (Icom OPC-478U)Weather Fax Furuno (removed, modem and laptop do the job)Radar Detector CARDSolar Panel Siemens, Model SR90 (90 W max). replaced June 2014.Wind Charger Rutland, Model 913Batteries:Alternator 80 AhRegulator Balmar ARS-5 (June 2011)Dispatcher Xantrex Echo Charge Battery Charger (June 2011)Engine: 120 Ah, West Marine (March 2004)House: 360 Ah (2 x 180 Ah, Fulmen). Replaced Oct-2006, with gel batteries (deep cycle), 2 x 183 Ah (i.e. 366 Ah), Deka 8G4D (56 kg/128 lbs each!) Replaced Sep-2013, same specifications.Battery Charger: Pro Mariner SS80, 80 Amps. Serial # 800769, replaced April 2011, GUEST Charger, Model 2611A, 10 AmpsWater Maker:Spectra Water Maker, Ventura 150 Deluxe Installed May 2008.Oct 2011, new Wheel pedestal (EDSON)Aug 2012, New Winches:2 Lewmar ST 40 (Yankee, Genoa)2 Lewmar ST 16 (Staysail)Consommation:SSB RadioStand-by : 2 AmpsTx - Modem : 6 AmpsTx - Phone : Up to 15 Amps (~180 Watts)Fridge : 4 AmpsGaz: LPG tanks: one 3 gallons (40 to 45 days for two people at the dock) and three 5 gallons (65 to 70 days for two people at the dock). That makes 1 gallon in 13.125 days, which is about 28 gallons a year.

1970 Cheoy Lee 42

1970 Cheoy Lee 42

$53,000

Fernandina Beach, Florida

Year 1970

Make Cheoy Lee

Model 42

Category Sailboats

Length 42'

Posted Over 1 Month

1970 Cheoy Lee 42  Price REDUCTION !!! 58K DOWN TO 53K !!! Owner Day Sails the vessel weekly   Make sure you search the THE ENTIRE BLOG ON THIS VESSEL. SEARCH NANCY DAWSON 42 CHOEY LEE !!!!!   Major refit in 2004....New Yanmar Engine 4JH3E-56HP OTHER items included 4-blade vari prop,German made mitten mast,All standing rigging replaced Norsman terminals,chainplates,running rigging.(These upgrades were done on 2004

2014 INVINCIBLE 42CC

2014 INVINCIBLE 42CC

$399,900

Jupiter, Florida

Year 2014

Make INVINCIBLE

Model 42CC

Category Center Consoles

Length 42'

Posted Over 1 Month

2014 INVINCIBLE 42CC   The INVINCIBLE open fisherman is in a class by itself. It was the US NAVYS top pick of high end center console builders for a government contract to build 400 boats.  It was designed to be fished hard and handle a long distance run in rough conditions without giving up comfort. It's fast- very fast. It's extremely dry and built with the latest technology and best materials in the boating industry. The INVINCIBLE is a true tournament boat that has set a new standard in the industry.   The unique hull was designed by renowned naval architect, Michael Peters, giving it a one of a kind stepped layout. The steps create a remarkable air fed tunnel providing a better ride and increased speed over any other conventional hull. Invincibles stepped hull is the only patented stepped hull on the market. This 2014 custom Invincible 42 with triple Yamaha 350 4strokes only has 382hrs and YES warranty through 2019.                     Come and see why the INVINCIBLE is "TWO STEPS AHEAD"                                     Fast + Dry + Solid + Fishable = INVINCIBLE Be the first out of the gate to reach the fish! With such few decisions to make on the Invincible, the toughest one is whether youre worthy of a boat like this ?   Of course you are!!! New ecu's and rotors - Garmin electronics suite, dual 5215 Screens, AP, HD Radar - Rupp Top Gun Revolution Outriggers - 14 Gunnel Rod Holders & 6 on Console - Live well Sea Chest 3 pumps - Macerator Pump for forward and aft fish boxes - Insulated Forward fish box - 3 Electric Reel Outlets - Deluxe leaning post w/built in seat/cooler - Forward and rear fold out seats - Coffin Box with Electric Ram & Cushion - Bow Thruster - Dive Door w/Ladder - Fresh Water Wash Down - Electric Head with macerator - Windlass in hull w/custom anchor - Underwater LED Lights - Extra Fuel (600 gallons total) - Painted Hull (Awl-Grip) Removable striping  - Custom covers

2017 MTI V 42

2017 MTI V 42

Request Price

North Miami, Florida

Year 2017

Make MTI

Model V 42

Category High Performance Boats

Length 42'

Posted Over 1 Month

2017 MTI V 42 TNT Marine Sales is your exclusive MTI Factory Direct representative with Johnny Tomlinson. With over 145 personal wins to his name, Tomlinson is a multi Offshore World Champion in North America, Europe and UAE in the premier Class One Racing. Custom order your new MTI to spec with Tomlinson for your Championship experience! Call us now for additional information, pricing and availability.  Why buy a V-Bottom boat from a Premier Catamaran Builder?The team at MTI-V did not forget what made MTI what it is today when developing the new MTI-V 42. As with our proven Catamaran line, the new MTI-V 42 Center Console truly is Lighter, Stronger, and Faster than other center console boats. The boat is not just fast, but also very efficient. The ride and performance of this revolutionary new boat can not be accurately put into words. It needs to be experienced.1) Design:Unlike many builders, MTI-V took the time to get the bottom design fine tuned for the perfect blend of speed and cruising ability with flawless handling manners. This revolutionary “Slot V” design provides a ride that is far more advanced than other boats. So far that we took the time to Patent the design. The twin keels provide handling manners as if the boat was on rails. There is never any indication of sliding or hooking in a corner.The MTI-V 42 is not just a center console with Race Boat Construction. This new model offers the amenities and user friendliness that makes your time on the water more enjoyable. Our well developed list of options is a guide for configuring the perfect boat.. and if something is not on the list, we would certainly like to discuss the application. Each boat is custom built for each individual client. Each client has their own definition of how the boat needs to work for their boating lifestyle. The MTI-V 42 offers our clients nearly endless options and possibilities. Several different seating configurations are offered as are cabin amenities that make the boat suitable for overnighting and long distance cruising. The area above the central cabin has a front lounge that is one of the most comfortable seats on board. The design is such that you don’t feel like you’re going to fall or slide out while at cruising speed. The unique hard top is large enough to not only cover those at the console, but also those riding in the second row of seats. The MTI-V42 offers six electric bolsters and different rear seating options to allow the boat to be configured as desired.2)Lamination:The MTI-V is not built like everyone else’s center console… The MTI-V 42 is an Epoxy, Foam Cored, and P

1971 Chris Craft 42 Commander New Motors and Transmissions! Freshwater Classic!!

1971 Chris Craft 42 Commander New Motors and Transmissions! Freshwater Classic!!

$29,900

Harrison, Michigan

Year 1971

Make Chris Craft

Model 42 Commander

Category Aft Cabin

Length 42.0

Posted Over 1 Month

ESTATE SALE 1971 CHRIS CRAFT 42 COMMANDERAFT CABIN TWIN FORD 460 C.I. STRAIGHT DRIVE INBOARD ENGINES Classic 42’ Commander Aft Cabin with many expensive upgrades. This has been a local Lake St. Clair boat since new. Her most recent owner of 15 years spent much time and money on upgrades over the years. This boat is being offered for sale due to the owner’s passing. The previous owner re-powered this boat approximately 100 hours ago with big block 460 c.i. Ford V-8 motors coupled to new Z.F. Hurth transmissions. These motors are naturally aspirated and feature custom stainless steel exhaust, new shafts and 4 blade props. The owner easily spent what we are asking for the entire boat, just on the re-power alone. Other custom professionally crafted upgrades include:· Teak bow pulpit· Anchor Windlass· Stainless Steel railings to replace original life lines· Teak toe rails replaced· Radar Arch· Enlarged galley with full size fridge and built-in microwave· Aft Cabin queen size bed to replace twin beds The electronics on the boat are vintage. Radar, GPS, Depth Sounder, Trim Tabs, Spotlight and gauges are all in working order. VHF, Sniffer, Horns are not operable. The hull is in very good condition, very shiny, with no signs of major repairs or damage. The spray rail stainless cap has a few dings on either side towards the aft on both sides. The bottom is very good with no build up of bottom paint. It would appear that the bottom was stripped in recent years. The Canvas is in good condition and includes top, side curtains and straight back-drop as well as helm, Captain’s seat, aft deck seats and bow seat covers. Exterior seating all in good shape. The cabin headliner is good. Cabin soft goods are in need of replacement. Carpet, bedding, curtains are all dated. These upgrades would make the boat a star! Also, the forward V-berth cabin needs new wallpaper. The Two Marine Air/Heat units function properly. Onan 6.5KW Generator starts, but won’t stay running, needs tune-up. Hot water tank operation has not been tested. Two electric flush heads fore and aft. Owners Manuals present. SEE VIDEOS OF BOAT RUNNING ON LAKE ST. CLAIR, OCTOBER, 2016 The boat has just been hauled and blocked for the winter and is available for inspection by appointment. Please call or email any questions, or to set an appointment to see the vessel CONTACT:John K. [email protected] ESTATE SALE 1971 CHRIS CRAFT 42 COMMANDERAFT CABIN SPECS : LOA: 42’Beam: 13’Weight: 24,000 Lbs.Fuel: 250 Gal.Water: 50 Gal.Waste: 50 Gal. Power: Twin Ford 460 Cubic Inch Direct-Drive Inboard100 Hours – Estimated/ApproximateZF Hurth Transmissions HULL # FBA424045R DisclaimerThe Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. This boat is being sold with a clear title, with no liens or encumbrances. Clear title will be provided when funds have cleared Payment must be made to: Hideaway Yacht Sales36301 Jefferson Ave.Harrison Township, MI 48045 ALL SALES ARE SUBJECT TO SALES TAX, DEPENDING ON THE TAX LAWS IN YOUR STATE. This boat is being sold AS-IS, with NO WARRANTY expressed or implied. Boat is located at:Hideaway Harbor36290 Jefferson Ave.Harrison Township, MI 48045 Please call or email any questions, or to set an appointment to see the vessel CONTACT:John K. [email protected] SHIPPING:We do not ship boats, nor do we quote shipping prices. If you need to have the boat removed from marina other than by water, please contact a marine hauling company, or use “UShip.com” to obtain shipping quotes. We can provide a list go shippers that have previously moved boats from this marina. HAUL OUT, STORAGE, AND MARINA FEES:This boat is being sold with no liens or fees due. Storage has been paid through December 31st, 2016. After this day, there is a $10.00 per day storage fee. The marina will charge a $10.00 per foot ($420.00) loading fee to haul boat and place on your shipper’s trailer. RULES AND TERMS OF AUCTION: Bidders with “0” (zero) feedback are not eligible to bid. A 10% or minimum $1,000.00 deposit MUST be made within 48 hours of close of auction. 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1993 Hunter Passage Sailing Yacht with offshore capabilities

1993 Hunter Passage Sailing Yacht with offshore capabilities

$113,500

Savannah, Georgia

Year 1993

Make HUNTER

Model Passage 42

Category Cruiser Motorcycles

Length 42.0

Posted Over 1 Month

1993 Hunter Passage 42 - PROTEUS Set up for serious off-shore passage making and fully self-sufficient off-the-grid cruising. Has recently (beginning 2014) sailed in England, the coast of Europe and the western Med (2015) and crossed the Atlantic to the Caribbean (Nov 2015). Came up through the Caribbean (spring 2016). This yacht was never chartered, always privately owned, and meticulously cared for. All servicing and installations were done to a high standard. All safety equipment is up-to-date. The yacht participated in the ARC (Atlantic Rally for Cruisers) which requires a high standard of safety equipment, training, and inspections. The yacht has been certified as a Class-A offshore sailing yacht. All documentation is available and will be conveyed to future owner. The previous owners lived aboard, loved every minute of it, but are now moving back on land for a few years and do not want the boat to sit and atrophy. She needs to go to a good home and to someone who will continue the journey! She has taken care of her owners for years and will continue to do so for many years to come. S/V PROTEUS is "overbuilt" and designed for extended offshore passage-making and off-the-grid cruising. Just want to jump all the way down to the USVI instead of going the super-slow way all the way through the Bahamas? Okay. The previous owners just made a passage from the Dominican Republic straight to Ft.Lauderdale (March 2016). Seven days offshore? No problem. PROTEUS has a thicker hull, reinforced rigging, extra backstay (B&R rigs normally don't have them). Massive solar panels, watermaker, genset, wind generator – all these advanced features make for a yacht that can go anywhere, do anything, and actually be comfortable while doing it. The solar panels were upgraded in 2015, and the owners report that they lived entirely off the solar panels and almost never used the generator while underway. Occasionally, you'll hear people scoff at production yachts for being only for "coastal" cruising. "Oh, I'd never cross an ocean in that!" Not the Passage 42! Did I mention she's cruised in the North Sea and English Channel recently? When there were only aluminum-hull Ovni's and other "extreme" sailboats and expedition yachts at the docks, PROTEUS was right in there with the best of them. All image were made in June 2016 except the two exterior shots, which were made in Spain and Gibraltar in June 2015. More photographs are available on request. Here is an interior walkthrough. Copy link: Interior Walkthrough Specifications: Rig: Isomat spar with (factory modified) B&R rig (additional backstay and reinforced staysail) Rig has recently been professionally surveyed/adjusted after Atlantic crossing. LOA: 42ft 6in / 12.9m Beam: 14ft / 4.27m Empty displacement: 20,500lbs / 9299kg / 10.25 tons Ballast: 7900lbs / 3583kg / 3.95 tons Keel: lead wing Mast height from waterline: 60ft 6in / 18.44m (Intracoastal Waterway: yes) Draft: 4ft 11in / 1.49m Theoretical hull speed: 8.3 knots (2015 Atlantic crossing, Cape Verdes to St.Lucia: 13 days) Capsize ratio: 1.94 Auxiliary power: 63hp Yanmar 4-JH2TE diesel, direct drive, dripless packing glandEngine Hours: total hours (approx) 3300 (less than 400 hours since last major overhaul by Yanmar certified engineer) Twin custom stainless steel sail arches, with dinghy davits Oversized bow-thruster (was intended for use in tidal areas)Bottom was painted in Summer 2015, but will need new bottom job soon. (Will include bottom job for purchase price.) Hardware: Barient 40 sheet winches (x2) Barient 32 halyard winches (x2) Harken ESP Type 2 furling gear (new 2015) mix of Lewmar & Harken blocks(These Barient winches are designed to be low-maintenance.) Tanks: Water: 150 gallons / 568 litres Fuel: 72 gallons / 265 litres Blackwater: 26 gallons / 98 litres (w/ macerator pump-out) Greywater: 5 gallons / 19 litres (w/ overboard pump) Navigation/Comms: Raymarine AIS-650 (collision avoidance)Raymarine Radome RD418D digital radar antenna (integrated to MFD at helm) (new 2015) Ritchie Binnacle compass ICOM M505 DSC marine VHF radio Raymarine ST50 depth, wind speed/direction, log ST7000 Autopilot (linear drive) ST4000 Autohelm (backup, needs service) Raymarine E80 plotter (SeaTalk integration throughout) Firdell Blipper radar reflector (permanent mast mount) Autohelm 600 Nav-center GPS (included, working but not used) Raymarine SL70 radar display (backup, included, working but not used) KVH satphone/tracphone/v-SAT (included in sale, but not installed - owners preferred hand-held SATphone) Furuno 207 WeatherFAX (paper print-out, extra paper included) Sail Inventory: Main: Dolphin Sails UK full-batten, 2 deep-reef (2013) Genoa: Dolphin Sails UK 105% furling genoa (2013)Staysail: UK Sails #4 heavy jib (2015) (ideal for heavy-weather sailing) Dolphin Sails custom LazyJack system Double-line reefing system All halyards/lines/sheets replaced October 2015Rigging in place for asymmetric spinnaker or parasailorRig-rite spinnaker car on mast track (2015)Spinnaker/whisker pole for downwind sailing (new 2015) Anchoring: 50m chain (likely needs to be checked) Lofrans Progress1 electric windlass Fortress anchor Aft-mount rope spool Entertainment: 32-inch plasma television (main salon) 17-inch LCD television (master cabin) Sony DVD player and Dolby 5.1 surround sound (w/ subwoofer) Pioneer radio/Bluetooth head-unit, speakers throughout and on traveler arch (new 2015) Safety: Plastimo SOLAS 4-man life raft ISAF/RORC flare packs (in date) ACR Satellite 406 EPIRB (registered 2015) High-flow electric bilge pump (new) with backup Manual 30gpm diaphragm bilge pump Fire extinguishers (some recently replaced 2015) Winchard jacklines on deck Electrical: Victron BlueSolar 140-watt solar panels (x2 = total 280w/17amp) SunForce Air-X 400-watt wind generator (serviced regularly) Kohler 8kW generator (needs servicing soon) Heart Freedom inverter/charger 120v/240v-50Hz/60Hz transformer (any power input okay: European/Caribbean/US/UK)50ft shore power plug with adaptors Interior Amenities: Gimbaled LP gas stove/oven Electric toilets (master stateroom is new 2015) Webasto ducted heat (serviced Winter 2014) Air conditioning (rebuild 2013) Dickinson Newport diesel heater (needs new diesel pump) Katadyn PowerSurvivor 80E water maker (4-6 g/h) Fridge Deep freezer Master Stateroom: Centerline bed, lots of storage, independent air conditioner unit, vanity, port settee. Master head: electric toilet, separate tub/shower with seat. Forward stateroom: Oversized centerline V-berth, vanity, hanging locker, and storage. Forward head: electric toilet and shower with independent sump. Dinghy:Zodiac 2.6m RIB. Engine not included (sorry, someone bought it already). Dinghy included purchase price. Known Issues:–The canvas cockpit enclosure will need to be replaced soon. It is at the end of its usable life. Sale price adjusted for this.–Bottom paint and standard bottom maintenance needed soon. Will include bottom job with sale price.–Kohler 8kw genset needs servicing soon.–House batteries need checking for possible replacement. Sale price adjusted for this.–Anchor rode has some age on it. Needs checked and/or replaced before extended use.–There is a slight rust stain on the starboard aft deck. Additional Details:This yacht is currently in storage for hurricane season and the winter, but can be made ready for viewing. Sea-trial with security deposit (refundable). PROTEUS is on the coast of Georgia. Arrangements can be made for delivery within a reasonable distance on the US East Coast. Arrangements will be made to assist the Buyer in learning all of this yacht's systems. Current owner offers contact for any questions after the sale of the yacht. Final Thoughts from the Owner:We truly love this boat. Because of our time on PROTEUS, we will never be the same. Everywhere we go and everything we do for the rest of our lives will be colored by our experiences sailing this yacht. And it's not like we're ridiculously rich – we did everything on a modest budget, mostly on savings – but we did it, and you can, too. If you were looking for a chance to cut the lines and live like you always dreamed, PROTEUS could be that chance. It was for us. England, Ireland, Gibraltar, Morocco, half the islands in the Caribbean... it was all in reach, just outside the window. We look back on it now and think: "What on earth did we just do!?!" But we did. PROTEUS took us there. She'll take you there. Disclaimer:The details of this vessel are offered in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

48 foot Sailboat, Ta Chaio Ketch. Make and offer! MA NEW PICS

48 foot Sailboat, Ta Chaio Ketch. Make and offer! MA NEW PICS

$56,000

Milford, Massachusetts

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Interior upgrade in 2007; 3 cabin arrangement and large U-shaped galley; private master cabin with centerline queen berth and private head; private v-berth with hanging locker and head; teak interior and cabin sole; louvered doors on lockers; clean and bright overhead; two showers and 3 hanging lockers; dressers for folded clothes storage. New Helm, 3 winches rebuilt, new exterior chainplate, all running rigging replaced, all teak stripped and refinished, new bilge pump, new hot water heater, new vhf and antennanew engine lift pump, water pump, raw water pump, belts and alternator. Many other new items, repairs and repalcements, recent hull survey completed in May 2012.Very safe and comfortable sailboat. Easily sleeps 5 and is legally registered to have charters for up to six persons. Gusto" Is an incredibly well founded safe and comfortable vessel. She has made trips from Boston to Central America and back several times. She is a full keel vessel that offers a high degree of stability and comfort in any seas The below is my last survey May 30, 2012 Yacht Survey and Condition Report At the request of Mr. Peter M Licnikas the undersigned surveyor conducted a condition and valuation survey of the yacht “GUST-O” a 1978 48 ft Mermaid Ketch sailboat as it lay on jack stands at Yankee Landing Marina Merrimac St, Newburyport, Ma 01951. Name: GUST-O Year: 1978 Builder: Pali Shiang Taipei Hsien, Taiwan Model: Mermaid 42 Ketch Documented: 624951 Hull ID: TAC420251278 Dimensions: LOA 48' LOD 42' Beam 12’2” Draft 6’3” Displacement: 14 net tons Type: Sail Intended Use: Pleasure Hull Graphics and Color: White hull, green bottom Estimated present Value: $71,200.00 Estimated replacement value $245.000.00 Scope of Survey: The purpose of this survey was to estimate the current market value and marine risk evaluation. The survey of this vessel is based solely on careful visual and non-destructive inspection of all accessible portions of its structure and available equipment. Complete inspection can only be made by removal of soles, decking, headliners, ceiling or hull lining, tanks, and joiner work. Complete inspection of machinery, auxiliaries, piping, tanks, systems, electrical wiring, electrical and electronic equipment can only be made by continued operation or by disassembly. This would be damaging in nature and prohibitively time consuming, and therefore was not done. This vessel was surveyed while in lay up at Yankee Landing Marina, Merrimac St. Newburyport, Ma 01951. I visually inspected all sections of the vessel and its equipment detailed in this report. General Description: This hull is a reinforced fiberglass molding hand laid up using alternate layers of mat and woven roven with polyester resin. It is stiffened with web floors, bulkheads and joinery flanges. The hull design incorporates a molded lead filled keel and rudder for ballast. The hull is heavily built and is rigged as a Ketch designed for sail with a 45’ main mast, and 25’ mizzen mast. Bottom: Underwater surfaces were smooth and fair with no signs of damage or recent groundings. The bottom paint was in fair condition. I sounded the entire hull with a phenolic hammer and found no voids, blisters or delamination. I also placed an Electro-physics moisture meter on the hull and found it to be in the acceptable dry range with readings of 15 and less. Through hull fittings were all bronze and appeared original and in good condition, however none were removed for inspection. I observed several through hull fittings that were plugged or partially blocked by barnacles and growth. I recommend the fittings be cored out. The keel is lead filled for ballast rated 9400lbs. The propeller shaft is a 1” in diameter stainless steel supported with a rubber stern bearing with an external housing, all in good condition. I placed a target on the shaft and rotated it. The shaft tracked true within visual tolerances. The rudder is supported at the top with a 1.5” bronze shaft. The shaft and bearings turned smoothly with no signs of wear. Boot top up was white epoxy paint. The paint was in overall good condition with only minor scuffs. I observed one deep scratch on the starboard side that I recommend be repaired to prevent moisture intrusion into the underlying fiberglass. Topsides: Topside teak wood has been removed and replaced with fiberglass with non skid. The topsides were in good condition solid with no signs of moisture or rot. Cabin ventilation is through four Lexan covered 24”X24” teak hatches and four brass 6” air scoops. The life rail was rubber coated stainless steel cable with stainless steel stanchions. All stanchions were well secured and solid. All cleats were stainless and wood in good condition well bedded and solid. The rub rail is teak in good condition. Tanks: The two fuel tanks were rectangle in shape located under the cabin sole. The tanks were aluminum and well secured with proper fill and vents and rated at a total of 88 gallons. Water tanks were rectangle in shape and located under the cockpit sole. The tanks were well secured and fitted with proper vents and fill. The tanks were rated at 110 gallons. Spars & Rigging: Masts and booms are constructed of wood and appeared straight and in good condition. Both masts were rigged with no stretch stainless steel cable and turnbuckles. All rigging was in good condition well secured to the hull and properly tightened. The masts were in need of new paint. Hull Interior: Below decks I removed loose floorboards, opened lockers, and removed drawers for the best inspection of the hull interior and bilge area. I found all bulkheads to be secure with no signs of stress or damage, and the bilges to be in need of a minor cleaning. The interior was finished in custom teak in good condition, and consisted of a V berth forward with full head and shower. To the rear was a salon area consisting of a bench seat on the starboard side and a dinette on the port side. To the rear of the dinette was a galley consisting of a 4 burner natural gas stove with oven, ice box, and double stainless steel sink. The starboard side contained a large chart table with electrical panel. To the rear was a second full head on the starboard side and large master stateroom with queen size bunk. Bilges where sited were generally clean. Bilge pumping was with one super gulper manual pump in the galley. Along with a 12v rule 1500 main pump, and a rule 1000 backup. Steering on board is a pedestal center post with a 3’6” wheel turning a Sea Star hydraulic system rated at 1000 psi. Electrical: The vessels electrical supply is both 120ac powered by a shore power cord only, and 12v. The shore power only powers several outlets. All AC outlets were GFI protected except the outlet near the chart table. I recommend that outlet be changed to a GFI outlet in accordance with ABYC recommended practices. The 12v system not powered up at this time. The 12v wiring was well run, secured, and appropriately sized with a breaker panel and battery selector switch mounted above the chart table in accordance with ABYC recommended practices. The 12 v system was powered with three 800 amp combination starting/house batteries and one 1200 amp and 1000 amp dedicated house batteries. All batteries were in acid proof boxes and well secured located under the aft bunk. Fire Protection: Fire extinguishers consisted of four BC size I. Propulsion Machinery: The yacht power is from a 1978 Perkins 4108 diesel rated at 80 hp. The engine has a 60 amp alternator for charging the starting and house batteries. Engine compartment ventilation was through two 3” intake and exhaust. Engine mounts bolt to steel I beam beds with no apparent signs of movement. Fuel lines are copper hose in good condition. Engine seawater intake is through a bronze ball valve with sea strainer. Engine exhaust is direct to the transom through rubber hose. Fuel filtering is with a Racor filter/water separator in good working order. Lube oil was clean and filled to the proper level. Engine was not running at this time due to winter layup. Engine controls were mounted in the rear cockpit with a single throttle/shift lever with push pull cables. The cables functioned smoothly and were in good working order. THERE IS NO WARRANTY GIVEN OR IMPLIED FOR THE FUTURE USE OR LIFE OF THE ENGINE DESCRIBED HEREIN. Ground Tackle: Ground tackle on board consists of a 40 lb plow type anchor with a good lead of chain and of 5/8” nylon anchor rode. Sail Inventory: 1 mizzen sail 1 mainsail 1 130 jenoa Electronic & Navigation Equipment: Garmin 3210 Plotter/sonar/weather Standard Horizon digital depth sounder Cobra Marine VHF radio Sony Am/Fm/Cassette stereo 1 Ritchie compass Safety Gear: 4 12 gauge Arial flares 8 Type I adult life vests 1 Type V throw ring 3 Type III adult life vests Horn/bell/whistle Conclusion: Overall this vessel appeared very well maintained and in good condition for its age and class. As seen, this vessel would be a considered a suitable marine risk for its intended use of inland, bay, and near costal operation provided all (*) recommendations are complied with, and all U.S. Coast Guard safety equipment is properly fitted. The estimated value was based on the average selling price of vessels of this size, type, construction, condition, and age, with all equipment and accessories observed aboard. This value is based on personal knowledge and experience with the present sales market, along with listings on the internet, references, resources, and publications available to this surveyor, and is represented as our best opinion with available information. This survey has been prepared and submitted in good faith. It is understood and agreed that the services rendered by Capt. Craig Poirier Master marine surveyor as the attending surveyor, were performed to the best of our ability. Any reports furnished either oral or in writing, are accepted as our opinion and best judgment. They are not in any way intended as a representation or warranty as to the condition of the vessel or any of its parts. It is further understood and agreed that the attending surveyors of record will not be responsible for any loss or damage direct or consequential arising out of the condition of the vessel, or by any error or omission on our behalf as surveyors. This document is for the sole use of the person contracting for and named in this survey. Payment and/or use of this survey report constitute acceptance of these conditions. This report is based on over 30 years of Marine experience and membership with US Surveyors Association (MMA Master Marine Surveyor), Association of Certified Marine Surveyors (CMS Certified Marine Surveyor), International Association of Marine Investigators (CMI Certified Marine Investigator), and USCG licensed 100 ton Master Mariner. Member ABYC. All surveys done to ABYC and NFPA codes.

2001 Crowther Osborn 42 Super Shockwave

2001 Crowther Osborn 42 Super Shockwave

$149,000

Clearwater, Florida

Year 2001

Make Crowther

Model Osborn 42 Super Shockwave

Category Sailboats

Length 42'

Posted Over 1 Month

2001 Crowther Osborn 42 Super Shockwave Strong, Light, and FAST"Green Flash" Is Extraordinary  The Osborn 42 was a collaborative project between Bruce Osborne and Dave Calvert (Calvert Sail-loft).  Her hulls are based on the fast and proven Super Shockwave 42 by legendary multihull designer Lock Crowther of Australia.   Morelli and Melvin (Playstation maxi cat designers) did the structural engineering, and the underwater foils were designed by Bill Roberts (designer of the Supercat and RC27 and 30). Osborn and Calvert set out to build a cat that could be ultra competitive in open water racing, and cruised in relative comfort.  The builders utilized carbon fiber, epoxy and Corecell construction to make her incredibly light and strong, weighing in around 7,500 lbs.  A 16:1 hull fineness ratio makes her incredibly fast (popular trailerable trimarans have a 8:1 ratio, and are considered fast).  With her high-tech construction, deep daggerboards and spade rudders, this cat will outpoint any other cat of similar size to weather. She raced the Miami to Nassau race in '05 and '06, winning both in corrected time and first to finish. Her previous owner reports her top speed was 27 knots in race mode.   She now cruises between 8-12 knots in her current configuration.  Her current owner of the past 7 years has taken the boat one step further and has customized her into a true blue water fast cruiser.  Green flash safely cruised from the Gulf Coast of FL, through the South Pacific and is now located in Hawaii.  Green flash is a one of a kind catamaran that will appeal to go-fast sailors that prefer boat speed over extravagant interiors.  Her owner is currently anchored in Molokai, HI.  Make an appointment to see her in Hawaii, before her owner makes his next jump to New Zealand.  Fresh Bottom paint June 2015!

1980 Bruno Stillman 42 Bridge Down East

1980 Bruno Stillman 42 Bridge Down East

$124,900

Cheshire, Connecticut

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1980 Bruno Stillman 42 Bridge Down East   PRICE JUST DROPPED....PRICED TO SELL... OWNER'S SAY SELL...PRICE REDUCED...CALL NOW TO MAKE A DEAL.. WICKED TUNA..Yes,  This is the boat to challenge the "other Black Boat" Custom built by this well known work boat builder for a Yacht Club Commander. This is a work boat with a yacht finishing touches. Teak Interior looks great. Re-Powered in 1995, this proven fish raiser will cruise at 14 knots sipping fuel from her single 375hp Cat 3208. burning 7-9 GPH , ...Thats two nautical miles per gallon ! Custom bridge and lower deck house controls. Recent Black awlgrip paint sets her apart of the pack. Too Much To List...This is a "MUST SEE" Click on the "Full Spec's" button for more information

1991 42’ Fountain Executioner High Performance

1991 42’ Fountain Executioner High Performance

$70,000

San Jose, California

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Type of Boat: High Performance Year: 1991 Make: Fountain Model: Executioner Length: 42 Hours: 10 Fuel Capacity: 275 Fuel Type: Gas Engine Model: Triple 750hp Chevy 548 cu in Sleeps how many: 2 Max Speed (Boat): 102 Cruising Speed (Boat): 85 Inboard / Outboard (Boat): Other Total Horse Power: 2250 Hull Material (Boat): Fiberglass Trailer: Mico Price: 70000 690146 - 42 Fountain with triple 750 hp Chevy's with all the great stuff, Lunati, Oliver, JE, roller lifters and rockers, Hydraulic cam and IMCO SCX drives. This boats handles like a slot car and you will not be disappointed. Only 10 miles on engines, 275 gal fuel capacity, max speed 102, $70,000 call Michael 408-410-7213.

1996 Sea Ray 42 AFT CABIN

1996 Sea Ray 42 AFT CABIN

$149,900

Cumming, Georgia

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1996 Sea Ray 42 AFT CABIN OWNER WANTS AN OFFER! FRESH WATER LOW HOUR 420 SEA RAY AFT CABIN This 1996 420 Aft Cabin has been pampered by its owners. the 7.4 MPI Mercruiser Blue Water engines have only 556 hours on them. This boat is equipped with a very reliable Westerbeke generator. Always kept under cover. The boat has been waxed and compounded annually and washed on a regular basis. The interior has been tastefully re-done with new fabrics. This is a turn key boat that is loaded with nice features that include, Two separate vacuum flush heads. Two separate showers stalls, Cedar lined closets throughout. There's also an additional third cabin bunk for an extra guest. Central vacuum system, Full galley that includes a three burner cook top range, Built in microwave, Two separate refrigerator's, Built in counter top blender, Other features include a Raised dinette plus a separate Breakfast bar. The exterior aft deck is extremely spacious and offers a full wet bar. The helm has plenty of room for the captain and his guests to take in the view. For additional information or to set up an appointment to view this beautiful Sea Ray 420 Aft Cabin Please call Steve Roberts 770 855 938 or e mail Make: Sea Ray Model: 42 AFT CABIN Length: 42 Dealer: MarineMax Cumming ID: 159475 Ad provided by BoatingBay