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Allied/Pacific Coast Yachts Group
Recently renovated after a number of years of little or no use, this 42' enclosed command bridge convertible is in excellent shape for cruising or fishing. Engines and generator have been completely gone through, new batteries, new furnace, new charger, new upholstery and soft goods!
Two cabin arrangement with single head with stall shower. Large main salon with galley at the forward port corner. Lots of light. Ideal for entertaining or cruising. Cockpit controls make fishing, crabbing, prawning or close quarters handling easy.
Enclosed command bridge with lots of seating and furnace heat extends the season in comfort. A comfortable and workable boat for PNW cruising or fishing. The condition really shows the effort that went into the restoration and refurbishment.
OWNER WOULD CONSIDER A 28' CHRIS CRAFT CORSAIR OR LAUNCH (OR SIMILAR?) IN TRADE.
Excellent cruising accommodation with master stateroom queen size berth forward and twin single berths in guest cabin. Large head with stall shower to starboard. Main salon has galley forward to port and L-shaped dinette with table to starboard. Lots of room for chairs both in the salon and out on aft deck.
The enclosed command bridge provides dinette lounge seating for 5 plus the helmsman. The bridge deck aft of the command bridge bulkhead also allows for a few deck chairs.
Huge aft cockpit with transom door to swim grid makes boarding easy from dock or dinghy. Wide side decks to foredeck with perimeter railings make for easy and safe fender and line handling.
Roomy and comfortable for year 'round use cruising or fishing.
U-shaped galley is forward to port side in the main salon. It features a 3 burner Princess electric stove with oven, dual stainless steel sinks with pressurized hot/cold water, corian style counter tops, dual under counter Nova Kool refrigerators with integral freezers and various drawers and lockers for cutlery, dish and pantry storage.
12 volt DC ship's service electrical system with master switches, master breakers and Blue Seas distribution panel with breaker style branch switches.
50 amp X 120 volt AC dockside power system with 2 X 50 amp dockside power connections. Inlet cords, inlet fittings, master breakers, reverse polarity indicator and Blue Seas distribution panel with breaker style branch switches.
16 KW Northern Lights generator in soundshield. Electrical panel includes transfer switches to allow generator to power loads on Shore 1 or Shore 2 or both.
Espar diesel furnace with distribution to enclosed command bridge including windscreen defog outlets, main salon and cabins forward - new 2021.
Twin Yanmar 6LYAR-STEC diesels, 285 HP each @ 3100 rpm, fully inspected and rebuilt/serviced as necessary by Steveston Marine Diesel - 2021. Reported 258 total engine hours since new.
Northern Lights model M844W2.3 generator, FWC in soundshield with 80 hours on meter. 16kw output @ 1800 rpm. Remote control panel in main salon.
Fuel: 450 US gallons in 2 aluminum tanks with fuel shut-offs, fuel filters and fuel and return line valves.
Water: 100 US gallons in stainless steel tank. Shurflo pressure water pump with accumulator tank. 12 gallon Force 10 hot water tank that runs off port engine cooling system coil and 110 volt AC power.
Waste: Est 40 gallons in plastic tank. Head can pump into tank or directly overboard via Y-valve. Holding tank can be pumped out at dockside pump-out station or overboard via macerator pump where allowable. Waste tank level gauge.
LOA: 47'6" approx including anchor platform and swim grid.
Displacement: 13.4 t
Boat had very little use over the first 15 years after arriving in Vancouver. The current owner engaged a number of marine professionals to bring the boat back into current and dependable operating condition. The result is quite impressive as the boat is almost like new and shows very little wear for it's age.
1) Hull, deck and house have been painted with LP paint and are in very good condition.
2) Windows were removed and re-bedded. Lower windscreen windows were replaced with new windows. Interior window trim finishes ongoing.
3) Engines and generator gone over by Steveston Diesel. Starboard Engine - Valve adjustment, full fluids flush, replace all serviceable impellers, belts, filters. Rebuild injectors. Gear fluid and filter changed.
Port Engine - New rings and cylinder sleeves due to sitting and moisture causing rings to seize. Similar to Starboard engine - valve adjustment, full fluids flush, replace all serviceable impellers, belts, filters. Rebuild injectors. Gear fluid and filter changed.
4) Batteries replaced with new AGM type batteries.
5) Wiring and hoses examined carefully. Most systems are very well marked (original factory permanent tags) and easily traced.
6) New diesel forced air furnace installed with heat distribution to enclosed command bridge helm, salon and forward cabins.
7) Propeller shafts, propellers and couplers all removed for service. New cutlass bearings installed, new PYI dripless shaft seals installed, shafts and props balanced and trued.
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.
Pacific Coast Yacht Sales does not guarantee nor warranty the presence of or the validity of safety equipment on the boats that we sell.