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Old 03-28-2019, 11:07 AM   #1
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20 Yr. Owner 1987 Jefferson Sundeck

Located in Brick N.J. on the hard.

Our location is perfect starting point for the 2019 America’s Great Loop. First stop, lower Manhattan - 43 miles.

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LOA 41’8” Beam 14’3” Draft 3’7” Air draft with arch down 16’ Dry Weight 30,000 lbs.

Repowered in 1998 with new Cummins engines and with new ZF-Hurst transmissions. Currently 925 engine hrs., Vetus bow thruster, Nick Jackson 700 lb Dingy davit, Two Vacuflush heads, Mar-Quip boarding stairs and ladder, Custom teak and plexiglass sundeck enclosure with a dedicated Crusiair 16,000 Btu ac/heat unit, New (2019) Sunbrella bimini and strataglass enclosure, New bottom by PO, no hull blisters.

Some info: The Jefferson 42’ Sundeck was designed by Robert B. Harris marine architect. He was employed by Sparkman & Stephens for a decade. He was the designer of the Vancouver series of cruising sailboats, and a pioneer in the world of multi-hulls producing the Cheetah-Cat and the DC-14 Phantom cats, among others. The Jeffersons were built by Her Shine Marine for Jefferson Yachts of Jeffersonville Indiana. Her Shine produced over 500 Jeffersons and are now building 80+ ft yachts.

Features of the Jefferson 42: Pleasing lines, Semi displacement planing hull, Upper and lower helm stations, Wide side decks, Large fore deck, bridge and sundeck, hard sundeck roof with dingy cradle, Bridge seating for eight, Hinged electrically operated radar arch, Large swim platform with ladder and hot/cold shower, classic interior teak joinery throughout. Large salon windows, no built-in salon furniture, lots of storage, hanging closets and drawers in both state rooms, Salon overhead 6, 6”, Master stateroom overhead 6’ 3”, overhead teak grab rails in the salon, Bar in the salon. Galley down with ss deep double sink, Full size refrigerator with ice maker, Galley maid empress three burner electric stove and oven, microwave. Forward head with sink, Shower and vacuflush toilet, Master stateroom head with sink, tub/shower, Vacuflush toilet, Both heads have glass shower doors.

Layout: Forward stateroom with two single berths and head, double berth at dinette and centerline walk around queen berth in master stateroom aft, with ensuite head.

Condition: This boat was previously moored in a covered slip in NC for ten years, Then twenty years in a slip NJ. It was stored on the hard for 20 winters, under a custom fitted cover. The re-striped hull sides show close to new and the topsides polish up nicely. The Miss Chris looks more like a teenager than a thirty year old boat.

Use: I am a hands on owner that lives a five-minute drive from the slip. We are on the boat most every day in season. Our cruising has been to the Long Island Sound, Block Island, The Hudson river and the Chesapeake Bay. Being ten minutes away from Manasquan Inlet, most of our use has been day trips in the ocean between New York Harbor and Atlantic City, NJ.


This boat was repowered in 1998 with two new Cummins 6 BTA 5.9 M3 engines, replacing the original 210 HP engines and with two new ZF Model HSW 800 A2 transmissions. The Miss Chris can now cruise at 17.5 knots (20 mph) when you wanna trot. The displacement speed is 8 knots at 1450 rpm. As per the Cummins performance specs, the fuel consumption rates for both the 210 & 370 hp engines are virtually the same, up to 1400 RPM.
210 HP Engine: 1.3 GPH @ 800 RPM, 1.7 GPH @ 1000 RPM, 2.7 GPH @ 1400
370 HP Engine: 0.9 GPH @ 800 RPM, 1.4 GPH @ 1000 RPM, 2.7 GPH @ 1400 (data order is correct)

I contacted another owner of a Jefferson 42, same year and model with the 210 engines. He said that at 1500 RPM he averages a tad over seven knots. Differences in the trans gearing and the higher pitched props probably explain the Miss Chris’s higher speed at 1450 RPM.

The engines are equipped with Walker Airsep filters, Racor 900 primary fuel filters with vacuum gauges, oil changing system for the engines and generator, newer engine room blowers. Up-graded engine raw water pumps with Seaboard SMX 1750 pumps.
Vetus 9512 12v 8 hp bow thruster with a dedicated AGM 8D battery, ( 3 ft cable run), Battery switch, Charles smart charger.

Running gear: Two-inch stainless shafts, Two struts per shaft with newer cutlass bearings – Est. 100 hrs., Bronze four bladed 26” propellers, rudder shafts repacked 2017, New Capilano steering ram 2017.

Westerbeke 8 KW generator with 1699 hrs., Two 30-amp power cords on the starboard side, and a Glendinning CM-7 Cablemaster with a 50 Amp power cord at the transom.

Batteries: Two dual purpose Group 8D main batteries (2017), One AGM generator starting battery, one AGM group 8D bow thruster battery.
Battery Chargers: Nemar HDM 50-amp charger, One Guest 10-amp maintenance charger, One Charles 30 amp bow thruster battery charger.
Tankage: Fuel - two 210 gal. steel fuel tanks with sight gauges - original.

Two 100 gal. stainless steel fresh water tanks, one 40 gal. plastic holding tank, one high level holding tank watch monitor, One combination level monitor for holding tank and fresh water tanks. Fuel tanks were stored full and treated with PRI D stabilizer over the winters. Fuel pulled up from the tank bottoms is clean with no water.

Newer Superstore 6 gal. stainless steel hot water heater, pressure cold and hot water pump, Dockside water connection on the starboard side.
De-watering: Two rule bilge pumps - midship & transom. One backup 3700 gph bilge pump midship. Two engine safety seacocks, one manual bilge pump.

Safety: 1301 Halon automatic fire extinguisher in engine room. Three Kiddie dry chemical fire extinguishers. One 5 lb. CO 2 fire extinguisher. Flare gun & handheld flares. Throwable life ring. Floating strobe light. Four type 1 offshore life jackets. Numerous type II life jackets.

Anchoring & Docking: Good automatic windlass (rebuilt) with 300 ft. of 5/8 color marked line, one Fortress FX 37 primary anchor, one aux plow anchor, hawse pipe for aux anchor. Fiberglass box at the bow with cover and seat cushion for dock lines. Dock and misc. lines.

Electronics: Furuno model 1830 24 nm radar, Garman 3200 GPS chart plotter. Simrad AP16 autopilot. Furuno LS1400 fish finder/dept finder. Uniden 206 dept finder. New Standard Horizon Matrix AIS/GPS model GX2200 VFH & hailer. Icom IC-M56 VHF radio at lower station. Standard Horizon VHF on bridge. Sturdy Engine synchronizer, Bennet trim tabs. New ACR remote search light. Aqua meter compass at lower station. KVH Azimuth 100 digital compass on bridge. Windshield wiper at lower station.
Three Crusair 1600 BTU AC/Heating units for salon, sundeck, and fore & aft staterooms. Three 110 V electric bulkhead heaters in salon, forward and aft state rooms.

Newer Splendide washer & dryer in master stateroom. (light use)

Entertainment: Satellite TV, Three TVs - salon, sundeck and aft stateroom. Aiwa stereo CX-800 cd/tape with Ipod jack. PT-4 multiroom controller. Three pairs of Bose speakers-salon, bridge & sundeck. One pair of speakers in aft stateroom.

Lighting: Aqua signal navigation lights, twenty 12V ss dome lights throughout the boat, reading lights for berths, led valance strip lighting in salon and the master stateroom, closet lights, Rope lighting on sundeck, chart light at lower station, two 4’ led lamps in the engine room.

Furniture: Reclining loveseat and large leather armchair in the salon. Built in seating with custom upholstery in the master stateroom, Newer Sure-Rest queen mattress, wicker sofa and armchair and high/ low teak table on the sundeck. Adjustable teak table in the dinette that lowers down to make a double berth. Extra cushions for the dinette berth. Pompanette helm seat.

Misc.: Custom winter cover, two four blade bronze spare props, four large fenders with stainless fender holders, two large fender balls, two fender boards, front cabin window covers, tiller for emergency steering, transom flag staff and American flag, pulpit burgee staff, boat hooks.

Grand Banks shoppers. GBs are great boats no doubt, some say the best. If your money is burning a hole in your pocket, by all means go buy one. Or you could humble yourself and purchase this very nice Jefferson SUNDECK for half the price of a 1987 42 GB and cruise the loop, staying at marinas every night, buying all the fuel and still have money left over with the difference. Just a thought.

The selling price of recently sold Jefferson 42 Sundecks has averaged 85,000.
Asking 87,000 Reasonable offers encouraged
Buyers broker commissions considered.
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