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2001 Custom 42′ Searunner Trimaran

6 October, 2011 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

This Jim Brown designed Searunner 42 is professionally built with West System Epoxy throughout. Formerly know as Sergeant Lewis her current name is Habitat. She is well equipped with a full set of sails, electronics, heating and everything necessary for a long offshore voyage.

She is located on the central coast of British Columbia and is available for purchase October 1st 2011.

Equipment on Board:

*Engine: Westerbeke M30, hours: 1300
*Tankage: Fuel, 38 gallon welded aluminum diesel
Water: fibreglass 70 gallons
Holding: fibreglass, 45 gallons

*Accommodations: Two doubles, two singles
*Lavac Head
*Propane with Zinter M-2 Monitor
*Cabin heat: Dickinson diesel heater
*Blaupunkt stereo with CD changer
*stainless Seaward 3-burner stove with oven
*12v Nova Cool freezer/refrigerator
*microwave oven

R20 Raymarine radar
SSB Icom M700TY
Depth Sounder: Furuno LS-4100
Speed: Datamarine
Standard Nova VHF
GPS – Furuno GP-32
Furuno GPS/Plotter/Sounder-165OF
ST400 wheel autopilot
Ritchie D-200 compass

Three 185 HD flood Thermoil batteries (new 2009) plus starter battery
30A shore power with 100 feet electrical cord
1500 W Heart Interface inverter/charger

Sails: Most sails have never been used. Genoa and Main in excellent shape
130% Genoa/UV protection
Banks Dacron Main
Yankee, Mule Jib

Rig: Full stainless rig
Simplicite roller furling
Eight self tailing Lewmar winches, two each 50, 40, 30, and 16
Autoprop, extra anchors, Lewmar windlass, global star sat phone, aquadrive shaft bearing, Stat power charge controller, 406 Epirb, Uniden VHF, Sppedseal Impeller changer, Bomar hatches many extras

Custom 42
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