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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Sausalito, CA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 121,900
The Catalina 42 was introduced in 1988, with the improved Mark II version being released in 1995. It is thought that over 1,000 Catalina 42's have been built, making it one of the most popular sailboats in this size range ever! Come aboard this example and you will see why. A spacious, bright interior greets you. Owned by a sailing professional with just 970 hours on her engine, new standing and running rigging, and recent engine service, she's ready for summer fun!
Please contact Joe Biondo at 415.254.0141
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Catalina Yachts
Designer: Gerry Douglas
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 41 ft 10 in
Beam: 13 ft 10 in
LWL: 36 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 8 in
Displacement: 20500 lbs
Ballast: 8300 lbs
Total Power: 50 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1996
Engine Model: 4JH2E
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 970
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 50 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (111 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (46 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (52 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Electrical Circuit: 12V
The hull features the deep-draft keel for stability, wide side decks and stainless handrails along the cabin trunk, plus new uncoated lifelines.
The cockpit is fronted with a dodger by Cover Craft with a cover for the isinglass and top portion. Attached to the pedestal is a teak table with flip out leaves and an outboard pad on the stern rail. Additional canvas covers the primary winches and the pedestal, wheel and compass. The companionway has 3 boards, the center one of which is smoked plastic. The slide overhead is also smoked plastic. Each corner has a large lazarette for stowing fenders, lines and more. A lift-up helm seat with cushion takes you to the scooped transom with drop-down swim ladder. 2 more lockers are on the swim platform.
Anchoring duties are handled by a Fortress FX-23 anchor on a chain & rope rode. The electric windlass is an up-only Maxwell unit. It and the foot switch are concealed in the chain locker. A single anchor roller is port of the headstay.
Sails, Standing & Running Rigging
A pair of sails believed to be original power the boat through the wind. The main is a classic unit that sits on the boom, with a Dutchman flaking system, and single-line reefing with one reef point. The jib is a 110% (estimated) unit that rolls around a Schaeffer System 3000 furler.
The standing and running rigging are both all new as of 2014. Rigging handling is done with Lewmar 54 primaries and Lewmar 40's at the companionway. There are 2 sets of (4) rope clutches. The mast has double spreaders with a slight aft sweep, keel-stepped. The mainsheet has a newer Harken traveler with Garhauer spring-loaded vang. Shrouds lead to a single chainplate on either side of the hull. Lines from the mast run through Schaefer turning blocks at the base to the rope clutches. 2 sets of jib tracks on either side-a long track on the toe rail and a split inner track.
Engine, Drivetrain & Tankage
The Catalina 42 is powered by its original Yanmar engine with just 970 hours. The engine was last serviced 04/2014 and has run less than 20 hours since. The shaft turns through a recent PSS Shaft seal and a new alternator and starter were recently installed. A 3-blade feathering prop is new in 2014. The engine panel is on the lower pedestal, and there are separate controls for throttle and transmission. Access is easy through the flip-up companionway steps, small access doors on either side and a larger door in the galley.
The single fuel tank lies beneath the aft berth. There are 3 water tanks-one beneath the forward Pullman berth, and two beneath the cabin sole. Each head has its own holding tank. The forward head has a 30 gal. capacity and the aft head has a 22 gal. tank.The water heater is accessed through a locking door at the aft end of the engine bay.
Electronics & Electrical
At The Helm: Autohelm ST7000 autopilot, Raymarine ST60+ Wind Speed/Direction, ST60+ Speed/Log, ST60+ Depth, Autohelm GPS.
At the Nav Station: Apelco VHF 8500, Autohelm Multi repeater for cockpit instruments, Furuno 24 mile b/w mast mount radar with sail guard, SeaWorthy AM/FM/CD player with West Marine cabin and cockpit speakers, Element flat-screen TV w/Philips DVD player, Weems & Plath clock and barometer on bulkhead.
The AC/DC switch panel is above the starboard settee and the battery selector switch is at the aft end of the galley. A Heart Freedom 20 Inverter/Charger provides AC power away from the dock. There are (2) 4D house batteries on a shelf aft of the galley, and (1) 4D AGM battery beneath the forward dinette. (7) AC duplex outlets are scattered throughout the interior. Water pressure pump and bilge pumps have been replaced 2014.
The Catalina 42 has a spacious, teak-trimmed interior. This example is the two-stateroom model with the traditional mid-ship placement of the owner's cabin and its own head forward. The head has access to the windlass motor, with a separate shower area, sink on starboard and a manual toilet. An overhead hatch provides light and ventilation, and a sliding door closes the head off from the forward stateroom. The Pullman berth is on port with two large drawers beneath. On starboard is a bureau with 5 drawers, storage locker and cedar-lined hanging locker. 4 opening ports and a hatch give light and air, plus a privacy door.
The large saloon has an outward-facing nav station stbd forward with flip-out seat, two pin-up lamps and a mirror. A 2-person settee is just aft, and the curved dinette is opposite with plenty of storage beneath. It converts to a double berth. The galley is aft on port. 3 lockers, 2 opening ports, plus fixed hull ports and windows provide light and, 2 more hatches give air. On starboard is the aft head with sink, shower and Jabsco manual toilet. 2 windows and an overhead hatch are found here, plus a door to the aft cabin. The aft cabin features a double berth, cedar-lined hanging locker, 3-drawer bureau, 2 windows, 1 opening port and 2 hatches.
The spacious galley is on the port side adjacent to the companionway. A double SS sink lies near the centerline. A Seaward 3-burner LPG stove and oven cooks, connected to a 10# tank in a port aft locker. A Goldstar microwave oven serves as backup. The large refrigerator (which reaches freezing temps) is powered by a keel-cooled Adler-Barbour unit. A separate pantry set into the counter can be powered to become additional cold space. A flip-up work surface provides additional room for preparation, and many storage lockers easily contain galley gear and provisions. A door at the aft end of the galley gives easy access beneath the cockpit to the refrigeration compressor, house batteries and rudder mechanism.
Safety & Miscellaneous
(4) Type II PFDs, (2) fire extinguishers, radar reflector (stowed). Ports and windows have pleated shades, and 4 of the hatches have screens.
The 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.
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