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Old 08-04-2018, 06:01 PM   #1
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What kind of ocean alexander is this

What kind of Ocean Alexander is this? Can’t find one like it with that style of pilot house on the web. 46’ LOA for sale in the area.
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What kind of Ocean Alexander is this?
I thought I knew of the complete line of OAs but I've never seen this model!
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I thought I knew of the complete line of OAs but I've never seen this model!
I can’t find one that looks like it. I think it looks kind of cool and am going to check it out in person tomorrow.
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The exterior angles make it look like a modification, not an integral design. The interior finish (and lack of it in some places) also make it seem to be a later modification, not a factory production.

It looks like a 46 CMY that was modified.
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I suspect that it's a early 90's 42 sport sedan that has had the flybridge removed and has been modified for a reverse rack wind shied. the current model of 42 is marked as a 46.
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Any idea on the hull construction of these if it is a 1987 42 sedan?
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So I found out that this was a 1987 OA 42 sedan that had a galley fire in the early 90’s. This is the result, a custom bridge and galley. Also, after seeing it, going through it, and running it at sea, I would say it is done pretty well.
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