1982 Whitby Yachts Ketch Rig
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- Located In:
- Jacksonville, FL
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- Current Price:
- US$ 75,900
Yacht designer Robert H. Perry is a U.S. yacht designer based in Seattle, Washington. Among his designs are some of the most successful cruising yachts in modern cruising, such as the Tayana 37 and the Valiant 40. Through his career he has designed boats for many well-recognized names in the yachting industry, such as Tayana, Cheoy Lee, Valiant, Baba, Ta Shing, Islander, Passport and Saga. Perry has taught yacht design at Evergreen State College and his renowned reviews of yachts, such as he published in his four Cruising Designs books, by Robert H. Perry and his many design reviews for Sailing magazine, are much sought after. His reviews are the gold standard for any yacht building company.
THE WHITBY 42’ IN BOB PERRY’S WORDS:
Whitby 42 ~ From my recollection the Whitby 42 came out in 1972. Center cockpits were not new at that time. Many custom boats had been built with center cockpits. But I’m pretty sure it was the Whitby 42 that introduced, mainstream center cockpit configuration to the world of production boat builders.
Ted designed the 42 when he was at the peak of his popularity and he was producing some very good boats. Ted and I are friends and I have been a fan of his work for years. I almost went to work for him. The 42 has aged well and for me it will always represent an important milestone in US production boat building”.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
LWL: 32 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 23500 lbs
Ballast: 8000 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (270 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (210 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Number of heads: 2
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION:
Autohelm 6000 Autopilot - ‘95
Furuno Model 1623 Radar – 2006
Furuno Model FS1502 SSB with a automatic antenna coupler
Garmin 76 GPS
Garmin 441S GPS Map
Horizon Intrepid VHF with remote Mic
Moor Windspeed Direction – 2014
Standard Horizon Speed
Ritchie Stainless Steel Binnacle Compass
Standard Horizon D550 Depth Sounder – ‘95
Eclipse Radio CD Player – ‘95
2-Set Indoor Speakers asdfasdf
Completely reupholstered W/Custom Contoured Cushions,New Foam in 2009
Replaced 8 Opening Ports with Grey tinted Bomar Lenses
Force 10 pressure kerosene heater
Gimbaled Brass Admirals Lamp,
Gimbaled Brass Vase,
Brass Chelsea Chiming Clock,
Brass Chelsea Barometer.
22’ Toshiba Flat Screen TV on adjustable mount
THIS HAS ONLY BEEN A TWO OWNER BOAT
This WHITBY 42’, Hull #219 and built in the Brewer Yard, Ft. Myers, Florida is one of the most sturdy, comfortable and affordable yachts in a ketch rig, for anyone contemplating serious cruising and the live aboard lifestyle.
She is one of Ted Brewer’s most popular designs and has not only stood the test of time, it is also a benchmark of sorts, for the many center cockpit cruisers that followed in it’s wake.
With a 13’ beam, you will find plenty of interior space amidships with a roomy aft cabin….clearly one of the Whitby’s best features, along with the relatively shallow 5-foot draft, gives “VOYAGER II” a boat load of enduring popularity with cruisers. The cockpit is not only comfortable, but with the stout bridgedeck, it is most seaworthy and additionally, with access to either cabin from the cockpit, the Whitby 42’ is a favorite of knowledgeable sailors who cruise the oceans of the world.
"Spacious and sturdy, this cruiser is no slouch when it comes to sailing performance". "Classic Plastic" from Cruising Worlds - May 1998 issue.
There is terrific ventilation and natural light to the engine room, with the port side cockpit locker which opens directly to this spacious engine room. Side decks are wide and easy to navigate the interior is a sailors delight …comfortable, large storage areas and beautiful teak joinery… all in all, “VOYAGER II” is an EXCELLENT VALUE if you’re looking for a capable, offshore cruising yacht!!!
ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT:
Headroom is 6’6” or better, throughout the boat and storage capacity can only be noted as “incredible”. Beautiful teak joinery throughout, and the cabin sole is teak and holly plank.
VOYAGER II sleeps up to seven people in accommodations with the forward cabin, main salon and large private owners cabin. The unique aft cabin design with separate cockpit entrance and private owners head and shower is a signature of the WHITBY 42. There is extensive storage in the form of shelves, hanging lockers and drawers throughout and she features private accommodations for two couples in separate cabins, plus settee berths in the main cabin.
In the main cabin, which can be accessed by “walk-through” from the owners private cabin, or by the cockpit companionway, immediately to port of the companionway, you will find the classic “wrap around” “U” shape configured, offshore safe galley, that will delight the gourmet, whether at sea or dockside, drawers, double deep Stainless steel sinks, cutting board, extensive louvered lockers, large dry storage bin, built in microwave, custom built spice rack, wine glass rack, pot and pan dry storage, large dry food cupboard, fully gimbaled stove and generous counter space, and even a garbage bin, a feature that the seasoned cruiser really appreciates!
The galley is a cooks dream, with a good sized storage cabinet, large opening hatch for light and ventilation overhead, two ports over the stove area for added light and ventilation.
Directly across from the galley, to starboard, is a proper offshore, forward facing navigation station and large desk chart table, which would house plenty of charts inside and tremendous room for an exceptional compliment of navigation and electronic equipment for easy use while navigating.
The large Nav table/desk has a generous storage locker under the desk top and room for the additional electronic navigation and communication equipment outboard. The nav seat has a large storage compartment underneath, a handy place for emergency tools and equipment. Next aft and proceeding from the salon through the walk-through on the starboard side, outboard is a workbench with additional chart stowage under, bookcase and electrical panel above. It also provides access to the walk in engine room that is underneath the cockpit sole by way of inboard double access doors to the engine room.
The master stateroom is all the way aft and has large twin berths port and starboard or by use of the filler piece, one large queen berth athwartship, double hanging lockers, and storage space, and ample drawers, along with an enclosed head with sink and shower head. This type of athwartship bunk is designed for sleeping on either tack and makes for a good sea berth and those seasoned offshore sailors will tell any novice sailor that the best sleeping is in the aft cabin. To port there is a second companionway from this stateroom up to the cockpit. Under the ladder there is room for storage for companionway slides and screens. 17 opening ports and 3 hatches provide tremendous ventilation and light.
Amidships is the main salon which features a beautiful L-shaped settee with dining table (table folds up against bulkhead when not in use), and drawers below. Settee slides out to make a double berth. Opposite to starboard is a bench settee which makes into a double berth, with storage outboard, drawers and wine rack with fold out cocktail table.
Proceeding forward, the guest head/shower is to port, accessible from either the salon or directly from the guest stateroom. Opposite, is a storage locker and a hanging locker. The guest stateroom has large V-berth with filler piece, and drawers under and storage above port and starboard. There is an overhead hatch as well as opening ports.
There are 17 opening ports, with screens and 2 opening deck hatches, plus the companionway hatch which provides a tremendous amount of light and superior cross ventilation. There are also 4 S/S dorade vents, and a ventilator in each head. Below deck ventilation far surpasses the standards in the industry.
Antique White Formica Counter Tops
Deep Fiddle Counter Edges
2 Custom made Teak Spice Racks
Built In Tappan marine 110Volt Microwave
Huge Fridge-Freezer Arrangement
Adler Barbour 12 V fridge/freezer – 40-60 Amps a day in summer heat
Custom insulated door on front of refrigerator
2-Deep Stainless Steel Centerline Galley Sinks
3-Burner S.S. Gimbaled Hiller Stove W/Oven & Broiler
Solenoid Fuel Shut Off for Propane Stove
Pan and Tray Drawer Under Stove Recess
Hot and Cold Pressure Water in Galley & Both Heads
Jabsco Pressure Water System
Custom Over the Counter Cabinetry
Large Dry Storage Locker
3-Drawers and locker below sink
4-240 AH Deep Cycle T 105 TR0JAN Batteries 2016
1-85 AH Engine Starting Battery 2016
Xantrax Pro 1800 Inverter – 2006
Guest Galvanic Isolator - 2009
Xantrax Truecharge 2-60 amp - 2016
2- Galley Lights
2-Port Main Cabin LED Lights
2-Starboard Main Cabin LED Lights
1-Overhead LED cabin Light
3-Aft Cabin Lights
1-Light In Each Head
1-Light In Engine Room
10- Electrical Outlets
1 50’ 30A Shore Power Cord
30A Shore Power Receptacle - 2010
1 Hella Fan in V-Berth
1 Hella Fan in Salon
2 Caframo Fans in Aft Cabin
Shakespeare Sea Watch 3015 TV Antenna
ABOVE DECK, DECK HARDWARE & SAFETY:
Safe & secure deck work is ensured with raised bulwarks, double fastened, extra heavy stanchion bases with double lifelines, full length teak handrails on coachroof and aft cabin.
The large and comfortable cockpit is self bailing, is not only comfortable, but with oversized scuppers, its stout bridge deck, it is also seaworthy, designed for heavy weather sailing.
Either cabin can be entered from the cockpit. A raised helm seat offers comfort on either tack, a very practical feature for cruising. Excellent visibility from all positions is consistent with the proven offshore capability that the sailing world expects from a serious bluewater yacht.
Moving about the deck, you will appreciate the molded bulwarks, which also support the outboard headsail tracks. The side decks are wide and easy to navigate in spite of a fairly large trunkhouse. The main mast is keel stepped.
Hull color is white and the feature color stripe is gold
Deck Awlgripped and new nonskid applied 2009
Foredeck recored – 2013
Custom Cockpit Cover
Custom Cockpit Full Enclosure with Screens 2010
Teak Folding Cockpit Table on Binnacle Guard
2 - Side Gates
1-44 lb. Bruce Anchor
1 – 35 lb. Delta Anchor
Double Anchor Roller
200 ft. 3/8” chain (100’ on each anchor)
200 ft. Octoplait anchor rode (100’ on each anchor)
Manual Anchor Snubber System
Multiple Spring Lines and Dock Lines
Full cockpit enclosure
2” Cockpit Cushions
3 Opening, Screened Deck Hatches
4 Stainless Steel Dorades
S/S Folding Swim Ladder Wmounts port and starboard
Whale Bilge Pump in Cockpit
1-Propane Tank in Lazarette
Horizontal Electric Windlass with Foot Switch
2 Boat Hooks
Emergency Steering TIller
Spreader Deck Lights
1-Cockpit Handheld Search Light
Yamaha Enduro 8 hp 2 cycle Outboard Engine
Aluminum Keel Stepped Main Mast & Aluminum Boom
Aluminum Bulkhead/Deck Stepped Mizzen
Harken Series B – 1990 Roller Furling
115% - Genoa – Good Condition
95% - Genoa - Good Condition
Mainsail Excellent Condition
1- Staysail - New
1- Mizzen Sail - Fair
Halyards at Mast
Mizzen Sail cover
Wire Standing Rigging
ALL Chain Plates @ Deck REPLACED 2002
2-Lewmar #48 Genoa Winches At Cockpit
1-Lewmar #30 Mainsail Winch At Mast
1-Lewmar #30 Mizzenmast Winch at Mizzen Mast
2-Pt Jiffy Reefing For Mainsail
Misc. Spare Blocks & Tackle
MECHANICAL & PLUMBING:
Ford Lehman 80 hp – Diesel Engine W/approx 2325 Hours
Drained, Flushed and Refilled Transmission 2014
Warner Hydraulic Transmission
Engine Driven Jabsco Fresh Water Cooling System
Raw Water Sea Strainer
3-Steel Fuel Tanks, Equaling 210 Gallons of Diesel
Dual Racor Filter System - 2009
3-Aluminum Water Tanks, Equaling 270 Gallons of Water
6 Gallon Water Heater with Heat Exchanger – 2009
Scandvic Faucets & Shower heads – 2009
Tankwatch Holding Tank Alarm
1-1/4” S.S. Shaft
Repacked Shaft Seal 2013
New Cutlass Bearing - 2010
130 Amp Alternator rebuilt 2014
Autohelm Hydrolic Pump - 2010
Starter rebuilt 2014
3 1/2 “ Exhaust Blower in Engine Room
Incharge step down Regulator
Many Spare Parts, Gaskets Etc.
Manual Cockpit Bilge Pump
Remote Electric Bilge Pump 2012
Deck Washdown & Chain wash
1” Vent Saniguard Filter added to Holding Tank
2- Jabsco Electric Heads – 2010 and 2013
Jabsco 3.5 GPM pressure water pump - 2016
40 Gallon Holding Tank W/”Y” Valve & Deck Pumpout
Hydraulic Steering pump rebuilt in 2017
Jabsco Self Priming Macerator Pump for Emptying Holding
Tank - 2016
Bottom Paint 2017
Propeller polished 2017
Many spare parts, too numerous to mention. Each head is equipped with a hand held shower, head, self draining teak grating floor, mirrors, cupboards, towel racks, etc.
GENERAL INFORMATION (ADDITIONAL SALESMAN'S COMMENT OTHER FEATURES & REMARKS)
“VOYAGER II”, a classic Ted Brewer designed Whitby 42’ is a spacious and sturdy yacht, from the ketch rig to the huge aft owners aft cabin and open salon, you will find this a remarkable liveaboard cruiser. The design was intended to be a comfortable and safe liveaboard for the cruising couple who are dreaming of setting their anchor in faraway lagoons.
This Ted Brewer designed Whitby 42 proves to be a spacious and sturdy cruising sailboat. From ketch rig (which makes for easier sail handling) to the large aft cabin and open salon, everything from the sail plan to the layout is intended to make a cruising couple's life aboard comfortable and safe.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF “VOYAGER II”, IN THE OWNERS WORDS:
Our Whitby 42, “VOYAGER II” was initially purchased in 1982 and sailed until 2005 by the original owner throughout the east coast and Caribbean, then sold to us. We put VOYAGER II on the hard for 3 years and went through all of the systems repairing and replacing as needed.
The bottom was sandblasted, epoxied and a barrier coat was applied in 2006.
Extensive work was done on the interior woodwork, sanding all wood down to bare wood and applying several coats of varnish, installation of radar, autopilot, rebuild windlass, strip all exterior teak, holding tank macerator pump-out, cockpit instruments.
The main engine was checked, all hoses and heat exchangers replaced and new mounts installed as well as a new 12 volt oil transfer system in 2007.
Both masts were removed, all rigging checked and replaced where necessary. VOYAGER II was relaunched June, 2009 and we cruised New England and the Chesapeake until the Spring of 2014, when we sailed to Jacksonville, Fl. We have sailed her in Florida both the Atlantic and Gulf coasts
“VOYAGER II” is equipped for bluewater passage-making. Her loving owners have fulfilled their sailing dreams over a 12 year period aboard this much loved yacht and have decided to place this beautiful yacht on the brokerage market for her next discriminating owner. She is a rare find, owned by experienced sailors. All manuals, warranties and original brochures are maintained aboard and will be passed on to her new owner. “VOYAGER II” has been thoughtfully and expertly designed by the “best in the industry”, combining current technology for both comfort and speed. This results in a deck layout that would do justice to a Gran Prix yacht, an interior with accommodations that are consistent with extended, liveaboard, bluewater sailing, a standard of quality and luxury that those familiar with the highest quality cruising yachts, will readily acknowledge. Would-be buyers outnumber sellers, so if you are looking for a phenomenal yacht…. MOVE QUICKLY!” “VOYAGER II” is a rare find and is well known by the LISTING BROKER, one of the original founders of VALIANT YACHTS! CALL HIM TODAY FOR MORE DETAILS.
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.