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Old 08-19-2019, 12:41 PM   #1
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1987 Jefferson 42 Sundeck - Trades Considered!

Fresh water until 2016.

$74,000

Fuel consumption at (Cruise speed) – Approximately -1500 rpms at 10 knots per hour – 6 gal per hour.

Dimensions
LOA: 42’ 1’’
Beam: 14 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 7 in
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Dry Weight: 30000 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 500 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar 3208 T
Year Built: 1987
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 2300
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 250 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar 3208 T
Year Built: 1987
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 2300
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 250 HP

Cruising Speed: 14 knots

Generator:
8-KW Westerbeke Diesel 1750 hours

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1- 200 gallon Stainless Steel
Fuel Tanks: 2 (175 Gallons ea.) 350 total
Holding Tanks: 1 (50 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of heads: 2


Overview
Spacious for its size, this yacht comfortably sleeps four adults in two private staterooms plus two at a convertible dinette and two at the coverable sofa for a total of (8) berths. The interior also includes two private head compartments (one with a enclosed shower and the other with a shower/bath tub), a full service galley, large dinette and a comfortable salon. There is also a lower helm station with side-access door. The engine compartment is accessed through removable deck hatches in the salon sole, offering generous stand-up access. Outdoor living is equally accommodating with a full-width hardtop-covered aft deck, flying bridge with full enclosure and seating for a small crowd. The foredeck is easily accessible through aft deck wing doors on either side of the vessel and forward alongside-walks with well-placed handholds. There is an aft boarding/swim platform with hot/cold hand-held shower. 10' dinghy w/ outboard. Dinghy is placed and stored on top of the aft deck's hardtop by way of a davit and custom welded aluminum chocks. The hull color is white with painted blue accent stripes, black bottom paint.
Aft Deck
The full-beam aft deck features a fiberglass hardtop cover with complete stratoglass enclosure and teak wing doors closing this area off the from the sidewalks. A gentle-incline ladder forward and offset to port allows easy access to the flying bridge while bi-folding teak doors along the centerline provide cabin access. A large window to the flying bridge is offset to starboard (new) and allows great visibility aft from the upper helm. A smaller window to the salon is positioned below and again provides improved visibility from the lower helm. This aft swim/boarding platform features stainless steel handholds, a fold-out swim ladder, a flag stanchion and a hot/cold hand-held shower. Highlights of the aft deck itself include:
• overhead and courtesy lighting
• free-standing outdoor furnishing with teak parquet drop leaf table.
• Large wet bar with a new beverage cooler.
• conveniently positioned shore service connections

Foredeck
The foredeck is safely and easily accessed from either side of the vessel through wing doors from the aft deck and onto wide sidewalks. These sidewalks allow side boarding of the vessel and also feature stainless steel railing, non-slip decking and conveniently-located stainless steel handrails. There is also a starboard-side cabin roller door to the lower helm. Foredeck options and features include:
• black mesh snap-on side window and windshield covers
• stainless steel railing
• low-mounted cabin top hand-hold railing
• (4) stainless steel fender storage racks
• foredeck hatch to the forward stateroom
• self-draining chain locker
• electric windlass
• fiberglass bow pulpit with integrated anchor roller
• (primary) 55 lb stainless steel CQR plow-style anchor with 3/8" galvanized chain & 3-strand nylon rode rigged to the windlass with auto access to the chain locker
• heavy-duty stainless steel Samson Post mooring bit with reinforced backing
• fore deck raw water wash down spigot and new pump



Flying Bridge
Stainless steel stairs/ladder with teak treads gently lead up from the port side of the aft deck to the well-arranged flying bridge. This entry companionway also offers a sliding overhead hatch, stainless steel handrails and bi-folding teak window doors. The bridge layout positions the helm forward and along the centerline with a single captain’s chair. There is also facing bench seating along both the port and starboard sides of the bridge deck, both with storage beneath.
• hinged radar arch
• new winch for the aft dinghy davit
• aluminum dinghy chocks
• 10' dinghy 6/hp Evinrude outboard
• Bridge cover, console cover, captain’s chair cover
• Complete Stata glass enclosure



Upper Helm
Features at the upper helm station include:
• large "in-brow" storage compartments
• hydraulic steering with large diameter stainless steel wheel and lock-to-lock sensitivity adjustment valve
• new canvas dash-to-floor protective snap-on weather cover for dash console
• 12-volt accessory receptacle
• separate shift and throttle controls
• Bennett trim tab controls with position indicators with new pump.
• engine & systems warning lights
• panel back lighting
• warning alarms for engine low oil pressure and overheat
• anchor windlass remote control



Lower Helm
The lower helm is positioned forward and to starboard in the salon. This control station provides good visibility for safe operation of the vessel from the comforts of inside. A well-placed sliding side access door is conveniently located for easy line handling and an additional cabin entry port. There is also a large teak lattice shelf located forward of the helm that hovers over the galley below, allowing light to pass or serving as a generous chart table for the lower helm. Other highlights include:
• large diameter wooden spoked-steering wheel with stainless steel perimeter rim
• hydraulic steering with adjustable sensitivity
• separate shift and throttle controls
• Bennett trim tab full VDO engine instrumentation
• engine hour meters
• engine & systems warning lights
• panel back lighting
• warning alarms for engine overheat and low oil pressure
• Westerbeke generator remote control panel with full instrumentation and an hour meter
• anchor windlass remote control


Electronics and Navigation Equipment
Navigation electronics are all professionally installed at both helm stations. Inventory includes:
UPPER
• Raymarine C120 large screen color multi-function display for Chartplotting GPS
• Raymarine Radar
• Depth finder
• Raymarine autopilot
• Ritchie compass
• VHF radio/hailer
LOWER
• VHF Radio
• Depth sounder
• Ritchie compass
• Gendinning Engine Synchronizer


Dinette and Galley
Forward and down to port is a large booth-style dinette that is capable of converting into a double bed. This dining area is open to the galley and salon, cabinet drawer storage, wall sconce lighting, storage beneath and plenty of elbow room for family meals. The galley is across to starboard and also shares an open ceiling with the salon. This is a very spacious cooking area utilizing teak drawers, teak fiddled shelving and teak cabinetry.

Additional galley highlights include:
• Galley Maid Empress 3-burner electric cooktop and oven with fold-up cover/cutting board/backsplash
• Microwave oven
• Toaster oven
• large sink
• 14.5 CF full-size Frigidaire AC-110 volt refrigerator/freezer (new 2019)
• 110-volt GFI outlet
• drawer and cabinet storage
• teak hand-hold
• teak mounted paper towel holder
Master Head
The master head compartment is private within the master stateroom and features a separate shower stall/bath tub. Head features include:
• Electric flush head
• Enclosed shower
• teak grating on the floor
• waste holding tank with deck pump-out and macerator pump for optional overboard discharge
• towel hanging rod
• mirrored medicine cabinet
• sink with additional cabinet storage beneath
• 110-volt outlets

Mechanical Equipment
Mechanical equipment includes:
• (2) AquaAir reverse cycle heat/air conditioning units with (3) separate zones (new fans and new service 8/19)
• navigation/anchor lighting
• electric/air horn
• Bennett electric/hydraulic trim tabs (stainless steel tabs, dual actuators) New pump 2019.
• (3) automatic/manual bilge pumps. New 2017.
• engine room/bilge blowers
• 50-gallon waste holding tank with deck pump-out or macerator pump for overboard discharge
• shore service water connection
• water tank level monitor
• 12-volt fresh water pressure pump. New 2018
• large capacity 110-volt water heater
• telephone & cable TV shore service connections and cord
• fenders and lines
• throw able life ring
Electrical
Electrical details:
• 110-volt AC
• 12-volt DC
• (2) 8D marine batteries (one 2017 one 2019)
• (1) generator-dedicated 27-series marine deep cycle battery (2018)
• 50 amp battery charger
• (2) battery switches
• 3000 Watt Inverter
• Westerbeke 8 KW diesel powered generator with closed--fresh water cooling, water separating fuel filter, raw water sea strainer, fiberglass muffler, and remote start/stop panel with oil pressure, water temperature, & voltage---1750 total hours of use
• (2) 30-amp shore service power cables
• 110-volt and 12-volt power distribution panel with magnetic circuit breakers, volt & amp meters, and panel lighting....Source power from shore/generator/inverter
• 110-volt outlets throughout
• full galvanic bonding system

Engine Details
Engine compartment access is through removable deck hatches in the salon sole---allowing for excellent, standing-room access. Engine room details include:
• (2) 250/hp each Caterpillar 3208T turbo diesel inboards--2300 original hours
• closed, fresh water cooling
• Racor water separating fuel filters
• fuel distribution and return manifold
• raw water sea strainers
• vibration isolating engine mounts
• Stuffing boxes and fresh packing
• engine room 12 volt lighting
• emergency warning alarms for overheat/low oil pressure
• thermal and acoustical engine room insulation
• engine and generator hour meters
• bronze ball-type through-hull valves
• stainless steel propeller shafts
• bronze rudders and struts
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Old 08-21-2019, 06:52 PM   #2
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Old 08-21-2019, 07:58 PM   #3
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Hampton VA. Guess I better add that to my post!
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