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Old 04-07-2010
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Tartan 42 Staysail Sloop for Sale

Hi: After sailing South from Puget Sound to Mexico, and spending 2 yrs cruising the Mex. coast, the Admiral has decided that we should switch to a trawler! (I know - Don't give me a hard time!)
Our T42 is the Sparkman & Stephens cruising 3-cabin version of the lighter T41 (also noted by John Neal for offshore cruising). There are 8 berths, 6 with lee cloths, (though we used the forepeak for storage).
Our vessel was thoroughly upgraded before our voyage, including all-new standing/running rigging, new Profurl, custom SS twin anchor bracket, mast steps, full dodger/bimini enclosure, new main, storm jib, trysail and trysail track, new ComNav 1420 Autopilot, Garmin color Chartplotter, house deep-cycle and starter batteries, new solid teak (strip) cabin sole etc
She has Adler-Barbour Fridge-Freezer, 3-burner propane Stove, Dickenson Diesel Heat, ICOM SSB with Pactor modem for e-mail, Avon life raft, Monitor WindVane AutoPilot, Heart 2kW Inverter/Charger, 3-blade MaxProp, 2x120 Watts solar panels, total of 9 sails etc. Anti-fouling has been done annually. Located Vancouver, BC Canada.
In short, if you are considering a bluewater voyage, for pre-brokerage price of $144,500 this boat is ready to go!
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