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1990 Catalina 42 w/ Dive Compressor

18 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

The SHOOTING STAR is a lightly used and nicely equipped three stateroom, two head Catalina 42. Electronics include an almost new Raymarine C-90W GPS/Chartplotter/Radar, B&G instrumentation and autopilot. It even sports a dive compressor and watermaker. This is the lowest price Catalina 42 in California!

The Catalina 42 was first introduced in 1988 and is a simple yet sturdy boat. What you get is good quality because the structure is there. If you want to make it more elaborate, you can easily take it as far as you want to go! The hull was adapted from an earlier racing hull designed by Nelson Merek. Catalina Yachts then added a new cabin top, interior, and rig in order to make it a comfortable coastal cruising boat which two people can easily handle. The spacious design is also comfortable for a large crew on a long trip. With a race-bred hull and a substantial rig, the boat is stiff and capable of upwind speeds approaching 8 knots, expect downwind speeds up to 15 knots. She has a PHRF handicap rating of 102/108 (Southern California). But as the sun sets over your favorite hideaway anchorage, there is little argument that the Catalina 42 is hard to match.

Equipment on Board:

LAYOUT
3 Staterooms w/ Pullman Berth Forward
2 Heads with stand-up shower
Main Salon Settee/Dining Area seats 8 converts to a double berth
Linear Galley with gimbaled stove/oven
Nav-Station with New Raymarine C-90W GPS/RADAR/CHARTPLOTTER
B&G Instrumentation
VHF RADIO
STEREO
Headroom
◦Main Cabin: 6′ 8″ max.
◦Forward Cabin: 6′ 4″ max.
•8 Opening Deck Hatches
•10 Opening Ports
FEATURES A GASOLINE POWERED DIVE COMPRESSOR MOUNTED IN FRONT OF THE MAST ON A CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL CARRIER THAT ALSO HOLDS TWO DIVE TANKS AND HAS A PADDED SEAT ON TOP.
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Total Power: 44 HP
Engine Model: 4JHBE
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Year Built: 1990
Engine Hours: 560
•Reduction Gear: 2.63:1
•Fresh Water Cooled, Sea Water Heat Exchanger
•Propeller: 18″ x 13-pitch, (3-blade, bronze, right-hand)
•Shaft: 1.25″ diameter stainless steel
•Estimated Fuel Consumption
◦At Standard Cruising RPM (1/2 throttle): about 6.5 kts and 0.55 gph
◦At Fast Cruising RPM (3/4 throttle): about 7.5 kts and 0.90-1.20 gph

Standing Rigging
•Double Spreaders, swept aft, with single intermediate and lower shrouds.
•Forestay, Backstay, Lowers: 3/8″ diameter, 7×19 stainless wire cable.
•Halyards: Low-stretch rope/wire, led aft. Boom Vang: Solid, spring-loaded.

Fuel Tank Capacity: 38 gallons
Holding Tank Capacities:
•(1) Forward 23 gallons
•(1) Aft 11.5 gallons)
L.P.G. Tank Capacity
•5 lbs in stern locker
•Additional 5 lbs on stern rail
Water Tank Capacities:
Main Salon Settee 43
Forward 50
Aft Port 23
Water Heater 11
SUPPLEMENTED BY A 20 GALLON PER DAY REVERSE OSMOSIS WATER MAKER
Ice Box Capacity: 6.8 cu. ft.
Cockpit
•Standard Edson Pedestal Steering w/ 40″ diameter destroyer wheel and Nav-Pod containing a complete B&G Instrumentation Package including Auto-Pilot.
•Ritchie SP. 5 Compass w/stainless steel Binnacle
•Engine Control on Pedestal
•(2) Combing Compartments
•(2) Deep Lazarettes
•Walk-Through Transom/Swim-step w/integral swim ladder
•Winches
◦Primary: Lewmar 52 chrome bronze, self-tailing
◦Halyard: Lewmar 40 chrome bronze, self-tailing

SPECIFICATIONS
Builder: Catalina
Flag of Registry: USA
Keel: Wing
LOA: 41 ft 10 in
Beam: 13 ft 10 in
LWL: 36 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 10 in
Ballast: 8300 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 8 in
Dry Weight: 20500 lbs
Hull Speed 7.8 knots

Catalina 42 w/ Dive Compressor
Catalina 42 w/ Dive Compressor
Catalina 42 w/ Dive Compressor
Catalina 42 w/ Dive Compressor
Catalina 42 w/ Dive Compressor
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