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1998 Jeanneau 42.2 For Sale

We have recently completed our Caribbean cruise on Folie Ďa Deux and are seeking to find her next owner. She is a superb cruising sailboat. Built in France for us and delivered here to Annapolis in 1998, where we picked her up and sailed her around the Caribbean. Along the way, we outfitted her to be our home; hence top-notch equipment was installed.

Her construction is solid fiberglass with traditional thick wood stringers (no reinforcing pans needed!); the interior is a beautifully finished teak and holly combination. A large table in the salon makes it easy for dining down below. Included in the package is a new spinnaker to assist you on those light air days going downwind!

This vessel will sleep 8 adults comfortably. With two heads and two 55 gal water tanks, plus a PUR 40 watermaker, cruising will be made easier.
3 Staterooms
PUR 40 Watermaker (1.5 gals/hr)
Reading lights in staterooms
2 Heads with showers
Master Cabin has two opening side ports

Sea Frost Engine driven holding plate refrigeration
Large front opening refridge
ENO two burner LPG stove and oven
Waterguard Filter for drinking water
Hot/Cold pressurized water
10 gal Hot Water Heater

Raytheon ST6000+ Autopilot
Raytheon Tridata system (wind,depth and speed)
Sony Stereo w 2 speakers in Salon and 2 in Cockpit
Electronic Barometer
Icom M502 VHF Radio (new 4/02)
Raytheon GPS
VHF antenna and coax (new 6/01)

Inverter 400W (new 7/01)
Newmar Battery Charger
7-12v Fans
Automatic Bilge Pump
110v Shore Power Capability
180 amp Heavy Duty Alternator w/Heart 3 stage regulator (new 7/01)
Link 10 Electrical Monitoring system (new 7/01)
Dedicated 96 amp/hr starting battery
3 House Batteries-total 300amp/hr (new 4/01)

Delta Anchor w/200'' chain
Fortress FX-23 w/35''chain-100'' line
6 Dock Lines
Radar Reflector
Life Ring
Magma Gas Barbecue Grill
Walk Through Cockpit w/ladder
Cockpit Cover w/sun shade (new 6/00)
Eisen glass (new 6/00)
4 Fenders
Closed cell Cockpit Cushions (new 6/00)
4 Harken winches
Electric anchor windlass

2 extra opening Ports in forward stateroom
Fresh water Shower on Swim platform
AB RIB 11''9" w/9.9 Yamaha engine
Racor Fuel Filters

We are asking $176,000.00 USD which is well below replacement prices for this type of boat. For photos and additional specs, see her at http://melbourneharbor.com/forsale/jeanneau42.html

Our email is: svbabb@hotmail.com
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