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1997 Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin

19 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

HIGHLIGHTS
Journey is an immaculately kept 3 cabin (Pullman berth) Catalina 42 maintained professionally by only two prior owners.
She has over $138,000 of custom upgrades and quality gear including:
CUSTOM MODULAR FIBREGLASS DODGER (seats four, with all foredeck lines led in, nite (red) lights),
Extensive CUSTOM STAINLESS STEEL WORK (Anchor roller platform, SS Radar Arch)
CUSTOM INTERIOR CABINETRY: adds some 50 cu.ft. of stowage in all 4 cabins with numerous berth upgrades (can sleep 8 in berths)
CUSTOM RIGGING UPGRADES: Harken roller MS Batt cars, both rigid vang and rope topping lifts, twin forestays with Schaeffer furling (converts masthead sloop in an instant to “reefed” ¾ fractional rig); twin mast storm running backstays; split backstay with Harken adjustor, Norseman fittings, etc.
Custom Westebeke42B four diesel installation (2002) and has less than 4000 hours. Dual Amptech 160 amp-hr big foot alternators on tensioning turnbuckles

Equipment on Board:

SAILS & RIGGING
New Mainsail lazy jacks/UK Easy cradle (2008)
All sails (fully battened, triple reef points MS, furling genoa, furling jib) in excellent condition. UK DRS with ATN spinnaker sleeve & ATN Tacker like new.
Nine rope clutches lead lines to dodger. Genoa sheet car adjustors to dodger.
Five Lewmar winches.
Gaurhaer roller air blocks.

HEATING Espar D7W Furnace

WATERMAKER Spectra 360 modular 18gph watermaker (twin pre-feed pumps)

INSTRUMENTATION
Autohelm St50 depth indicator, wind indicator, speed log
Autohelm St7000 autopilot with Octopus Drive (incl. remote in hard dodger)
Interphase Probe forward scanning sonar
Ratheon Autohelm 16 mile radar
Cp175 colour chartplotter with dual heads in dodger & at chart table (new 2006)
Garmin GPS65 gps at chart table

COMMUNICATION
Icom ICM59 vhf
Icom ICM710 SSB with Icom AT130 auto-tuner
Uniden 525S vhf with wireless WHAM full station mike (cockpit) (2007)
Foghorn auto-linked to vhf

SAFETY
Carribe 9.9’ C9X RIB inflatable / swim platform-mounted Weaver snap-davits & dock wheels
8 hp Yammaha O/B (2005, very low hours)
EPIRB (406)
Fireboy FE241 engine room fire suppression (new 2005)
Tricolour masthead lite in addition to std Perko nav lights
Port & sb reel mounted webbing jacklines
Forespar masthead lightening rod
Lifesling
MOB pole
Fire extinguishers (5)
Custom hatch & port storm shutters
2 electric & 1 manual bilge pump
Heavy duty fenders, mooring lines with snubbers
Maxwell freedom 800 windlass (new 2007)
CQR 60 lb. primary anchor (new 5/16 HT chain 2003)

MECHANICAL
Xantrec 40 amp Truecharge 40 Charger (2003)
Xantrec Invertor 1000w / remote switch (2005)
Two Siemens SP75 watt solar Panels
Smart 4 stage Regulator
E-Meter
900 Ah battery bank
Custom teak cockpit sole grates
Some $5000 of new spare parts incl spare Autoprop AutoH5/460R
New Westerbeke transmission cooler (2009)
PYI dripless saft seal (2008)
Nova Kool fridge freezer (new evaporator 2003)

COMFORT AND MISCELLANEOUS
Panasonic CD/am/fm with DP601 6 Cd Changer 4 speakers incl cockpit
TV Antenna (mast mounted)
CBQ Barbeque and twin aluminum 10# propane tanks / custom vented lockers
Complete cockpit Bottomsider custom cushions
Custom cockpit bimini awning (2005)

AND MUCH MORE……………CONTACT OWNER FOR DETAILS
dmbsailormd@shaw.ca

Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
Catalina 42MKII 3 Cabin
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