Privilege 42 Catamaran 'Zafarse'

by Paddy Barry
(Mexico)


Dimensions:

Length: 42ft
Beam: 23ft
Draft: 4ft

Specifications:

Auxiliaries:
3GM30F Yanmars(2);
Too many spares to mention, about 6000hrs;
New motor mounts 2016;

Electrical:
110 volt boat;
Phasor 8.5 kw genset 2500 hrs;
Honda EU 2000, 2016. 35 hrs;
Four Kyocera 135 watt solar panels mounted on davits;
Outback 80 amp mppt controller 2016;

Tankage:
Water - 100 gallons in two tanks. The hard top is designed to catch water that can be diverted to the tanks;
Village Marine 25 gph watermaker, membranes less than two years old;
Diesel - 100 gallons (approximately) in two tanks, Racor filtration;

Electronics:
Simrad 700 MFD with wifi;
Simrad 3G radar (2015) wifi with an ipad or whatever device you choose;
Raymarine ST6000 wind and depth;
Raymarine ST6000 autopilot with smart handset controller. Spare course computer and control head and motor for drive unit;
ICOM 802 HF/SSB/Ham radio with usb pactor modem and HP touch screen computer;
Iridium 9555 phone with data kit with 500minutes until 3/1/2018;
ACR Class B AIS

Safety:
DCB liferaft, needs to be serviced;
Caribe 11.5 lite tender with chaps. Dinghy has been wearing chaps since new in 2009;
Yamaha Enduro 15 hp 2 stroke, one pull start and has been serviced every year and has a cover over power head since new. With top of line dinghy wheels with spare tubes;
Three class one life jackets and three self inflatable life jackets and assortment of throwable and class three jackets;
Laser hand held flare;
12 gauge flare guns with flares;
25mm flare gun with flares;
4 parachute flares;
ACR 706 EPIRB;
Manoverboard buoy and pole;
ACR strobe attached to buoy

Galley:
Seafrost 12v reefer, Seafrost 110volt Freezer, Engel 12v/110 35 quart Freezer;
Barista espresso machine;
Force 10 three burner stove with oven and broiler, new 2015;
Fully equipped with china, glasses, flatware, magma stainless stacking pots and pans;

Sails:
Headsail Doyle, new 2015;
Mainsail Doyle 2009;
Storm Jib never used, hanked-on to baby stay;
Spinnaker used in good condition with hardware;
New sail cover with lazy-jacks 2017;
New cockpit enclosure side screens;

Heads:
Boat has three functioning heads - two Jabsco manuals and one electric;
Hot water is Noritz on demand, propane, we enjoy hot showers on Le Chat Beaute!
The 8 gallon hot water tank that is 110v and engine heated can be accessed by turning two valves;
The fourth head and bunk on the boat has been turned into a man cave that houses the water maker, generator, tools and spare parts;

Ground Tackle:
Primary is 210ft of 3/8 (10mm) chain with a 25kg ROCNA;
20lb Fortress on 15ft of 5/16 chain;
20kg Bruce with 30ft of chain and 200ft of 5/8 rode;
Five large fenders, one medium ball fender;

Miscellaneous:
Marine Air AC;
Trampolines replaced 2016;
New KIWI GRIP nonskid 2017;
New spectra type halyard ($850) 2017;
New spectra control line for furler 2016;
New double braid reefing lines;
ATN Top Climber with dedicated line;
New leather covered wheels;
Talavera sinks in aft staterooms;
Cherry wood interior

More info:
Paddy Barry;
svzafarse@yahoo dot com;
From USA to Mexico, phone 360-624-5339;

PRICE: US$247,000. Turn key and sail away. Does not include personal artwork or items. Does include stores,tools and all parts;
Sailrite sewing machine;
Charts and Cruising Guides for Caribbean and charts for South Pacific.

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