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  5. Jefferson 42 Sundeck Motor Yacht

    Jefferson 42 Sundeck Motor Yacht

    Washington, North Carolina, United States
    1987
    $120,454

    This Classically Beautiful Aft Cabin Motor Yacht is in good Condition.* Recently Refurbished with a Long List of Upgrades * Rugged, High Quality Solid Fiberglass Construction * Very Comfortable Ride * Long-Keel Configuration for Directional Stability * No Hull Blisters and the Bottom was Treated to (2) Coats of Interlux Barrier Coating * Fresh Bottom Paint (Spring 2020) * Powered by Reliable and Fuel Efficient Twin 240/hp Perkins Turbo-Charged Diesel Inboards (2300 original hours)....Well Maintained by Knowledgeable Owners Since New * 4-Blade Propellers * Full-Beam Aft Deck with Fiberglass Hardtop Cover, Plexiglass Wing Doors, Isinglass Enclosures and Plenty of Space for Entertaining * A Custom-Built Hardtop with Full Canvas Enclosure was Fitted to the Flying Bridge ($20K) * There is a Dinghy Davit * a 10' Trinka Dinghy with a Sailing and Rowing Package and 2/hp 4-Stroke Honda Outboard is also included ($6K) * Complete Navigation Electronics * Upper and Lower Helm Stations * Westerbeke 8KW Generator (1750 original hours) * 3KW Inverter * New Anchor Windlass and Loads of Ground Tackle * This Is A Truly Gorgeous Example * Please see "Full Specs" and note the long list of "open-checkbook" upgrades.  Turn-Key Condition and Ready to Travel!    Hand-Rubbed Natural Teak Woodwork and Joinery Throughout * High Gloss Parquet Teak Wooden Sole * The 2-Stateroom / 2-Heads Floorplan Features a Bath Tub in the Master Head * The Full-Beam Master Stateroom has a Large Island-Style Bed * Bright and Spacious Salon with Lower Helm Station * Side Access Door Situated at the Lower Helm * Fully Equipped Galley * Large Convertible Dinette * 3-Zone Reverse Cycle Heat/Air Conditioning....Truly Elegant Throughout. The beautifully graceful styling characteristics of the 42 Jefferson Sundeck are timeless.  The interior is gorgeous and the long list of upgrades makes this the perfect offering for a discriminating, quality-minded buyer seeking a true value.  Full maintenance records available   The seller's change of plans is your gain.   Please see "Full Specs" and call for additional information. With a bridge clearance measuring below 18', she's a perfect candidate for the Great Loop! Overview Spacious for its size, this yacht comfortably sleeps four adults in two private staterooms plus two at a convertible dinette for a total of six berths.  The interior also includes two private head compartments (one with a shower and the other with a stall shower/bath tub), a full service galley, large dinette and a comfortable salon.  There is also a lower helm station with side-access door.  The engine compartment is accessed through removable deck hatches in the salon sole, offering generous stand-up access.  Outdoor living is equally accommodating with a full-width hardtop-covered aft deck, flying bridge with custom-fabricated hardtop, full enclosure and seating for a small crowd.  The foredeck is easily accessible through aft deck wing doors on either side of the vessel and forward along side-walks with well-placed handholds.  There is an aft boarding/swim platform with hot/cold hand-held shower.  Another included option is a 10' Trinka hard dinghy w/ Honda outboard with a sailing and rowing package....Dinghy is placed and stored on top of the aft deck's hardtop by way of a davit and custom pipe-welded aluminum chocks.  The hull color is white with newly painted blue accent stripes, blue bottom paint (see refurbishing details below), blue boot stripe and fresh white canvas. Recently Serviced Engines (Spring 2020) Fresh Anti-fouling Bottom Paint (Spring 2020)   modified-V hull 6'4" of cabin headroom Aft Deck The full-beam aft deck features a fiberglass hardtop cover with complete isinglass enclosure and clear acrylic wing doors closing this area off the from the sidewalks.  A gentle-incline ladder forward and offset to port allows easy access to the flying bridge while bi-folding teak doors along the centerline provide cabin access.  A large window to the flying bridge is offset to starboard (new) and allows great visibility aft from the upper helm.  A smaller window to the salon is positioned  below and again provides improved visibility from the lower helm.  A large aft platform with non-skid decking is accessed down from the aft deck on the starboard side.  This aft swim/boarding platform features stainless steel handholds, a fold-out swim ladder, a flag stanchion and a hot/cold hand-held shower.  Highlights of the aft deck itself include: weather boards with varnish teak cap rail & isinglass enclosure overhead and courtesy lighting free-standing outdoor furnishing with round glass-top table large dunnage box with custom made seat cushion washdown spigot conveniently positioned shore service connections freshly painted non-slip decking dinghy's outboard storage stand television bracket Foredeck The foredeck is safely and easily accessed from either side of the vessel through wing doors from the aft deck and onto wide sidewalks.  These sidewalks allow side boarding of the vessel and also feature stainless steel railing, non-slip decking and conveniently-located stainless steel handrails.  There is also a starboard-side cabin door to the lower helm.  Foredeck options and features include: freshly reconstructed and painted non-slip decking white mesh snap-on side window and windshiled covers stainless steel railing with cable lifeline low-mounted cabin top hand-hold railing (4) stainless steel fender storage racks foredeck hatch to the forward stateroom with new cover self-draining chain locker new electric windlass with custom snap-down weather cover and remote controls at each helm station fiberglass bow pulpit with integrated anchor roller (primary) 55 lb stainless steel CQR plow-style anchor with 50' of 3/8" galvanized chain & 150' of 3-strand nylon rode rigged to the windlass with auto access to the chain locker (secondary) 22 lb Fortress FX-37 anchor rigged with 45' of 3/8" galvanized chain & 125' of nylon rode---rail mount for anchor and hawse hole deck fitting for access to chain locker for secondary ground tackle heavy-duty stainless steel Samson Post mooring bit with reinforced backing fordeck raw water washdown spigot foredeck-mounted auto-deploying 6-man liferaft w/ cut-away knife Flying Bridge Stainless steel stairs/ladder with teak treads gently lead up from the port side of the aft deck to the well arranged flying bridge.  This entry companionway also offers a sliding overhead hatch, stainless steel handrails and bi-folding teak window doors. The bridge layout positions the helm forward and along the centerline with a 2-person captain and companion bench seat that features storage beneath.  There is also facing bench seating along both the port and starboard sides of the bridge deck, both with storage beneath.  The flybridge layout is completed by the professionally elongated covered aft section allowing for a couple of raised seat cushions or a large elevated lounge pad.  There is also a cooler with seat cushion and window to the aft deck.  A professionally-fabricated hardtop was custom fitted to the flying bridge as well.  This hardtop is solidly constructed of welded stainless steel tubing with hard plastic covering and full isinglass enclosure, a $20K upgrade.  Other features include: overhead and courtesy lighting wrap-around Plexiglas wind deflector freshly painted non-slip decking generous storage areas, many with freshly painted interiors and teak doors outdoor stereo speakers stainless steel handholds drink holders hinged radar arch (new hardtop prevents lowering on the fly) manual dinghy davit custom pipe welded large diameter aluminum dinghy chocks 2003 10' Trinka dinghy with sailing package, rowing kit, canvas cover and 2003 2/hp Honda air-cooled outboard Upper Helm Features at the upper helm station include: large "in-brow" storage compartments 2-person bench seat with storage beneath drink holders hydraulic steering with large diameter stainless steel wheel and lock-to-lock sensitivity adjustment valve new white canvas dash-to-floor protective snap-on weather cover for dash console outdoor stereo speakers with separate volume control 12-volt accessory receptacle separate shift and throttle controls (new cables) Bennett trim tab controls with position indicators spotlight remote control full VDO engine instrumentation engine & systems warning lights panel back lighting warning alarms for engine low oil pressure and overheat anchor windlass remote control Lower Helm The lower helm is positioned forward and to starboard in the salon.  This control station provides good visibility for safe operation of the vessel from the comforts of inside.  A well-placed sliding side access door is conveniently located for easy line handling and an additional cabin entry port.  There is also a large teak lattice shelf located forward of the helm that hovers over the galley below, allowing light to pass or serving as a generous chart table for the lower helm.  Other highlights include: large diameter wooden spoked-steering wheel with stainless steel perimeter rim hydraulic steering with adjustable sensitivity bilge pump cycle counter (new) separate shift and throttle controls (new cables) Bennett trim tab controls 12-volt accessory receptacle 110-volt AC outlet full VDO Perkins engine instrumentation engine hour meters engine & systems warning lights panel back lighting warning alarms for engine overheat and low oil pressure Westerbeke generator remote control panel with full instrumentation and an hour meter anchor windlass remote control Electronics and Navigation Equipment Navigation electronics are all professionally installed at both helm stations.  Inventory includes: UPPER Raymarine C120 large screen color multi-function display for Chartplotting GPS and Radar Standard Horizon digital depth finder Robertson AP200DL autopilot Ritchie compass New Uniden VHF radio/hailer   LOWER Standard Horizon MAXI VHF radio/hailer Landmark MK 272 digital depth sounder Furuno GPS Navigator Ritchie compass hand-held VHF radio with charging base at lower helm and master night stand Dinette and Galley Forward and down to port is a large booth-style dinette that is capable of converting into a double bed.  This dining area is open to the galley and salon and offers freshly rebuilt side walls, new portholes, hull-side shelving, cabinet drawer storage, wall sconce lighting, storage beneath and plenty of elbow room for family meals.  There are also custom made slip covers for the cushions.  The galley is across to starboard and also shares an open ceiling with the salon.  This is a very spacious cooking area utilizing teak drawers, teak fiddled shelving and teak cabinetry.  Additional galley highlights include: Galley Maid Empress 3-burner electric cooktop and oven with fold-up cover/cutting board/backsplash Kenmore Quick-Touch built-in microwave oven large 2-basin deep stainless steel sinks New coffee maker New toaster full-size Hotpoint over/under AC refrigerator/freezer 110-volt GFI outlet new porthole drawer and cabinet storage teak hand-hold teak mounted paper towel holder Master Head The master head compartment is private within the master stateroom and features a separate shower stall/bath tub.  Head features include: Par electric flush head exhaust fan teak grating on the floor waste holding tank with deck pump-out and macerator pump for optional overboard discharge towel hanging rod large hanging mirror mirrored medicine cabinet marble sink with additional drawer and cabinet storage beneath 110-volt outlets Mechanical Equipment Mechanical equipment includes: (2) AquaAir reverse cycle heat/air conditioning units with (3) separate zones navigation/anchor lighting electric/air horn Bennett electric/hydraulic trim tabs (stainless steel tabs, dual actuators) automatic/manual bilge pumps engine room/bilge blowers 50-gallon waste holding tank with deck pump-out or macerator pump for overboard discharge shore service water connection water tank level monitor 12-volt fresh water pressure pump with accumulator tank large capacity 110-volt water heater telephone & cable TV shore service connections and cord fenders and lines throwable life ring w/line and mount Coast Guard safety package Electrical Electrical details: 110-volt AC 12-volt DC (2) 8D marine batteries (2) generator-dedicated 31-series marine deep cycle batteries with battery parallel solenoid new ProMariner 3-bank battery status monitor at lower helm new Xantrex TrueCharge2 20-amp fully-automatic "smart" battery charger/converter vapor-proof battery switches Portawattz 3000 Watt Inverter Westerbeke 8 KW diesel powered generator with closed--fresh water cooling, water separating fuel filter, raw water sea strainer, fiberglass muffler, and remote start/stop panel with oil pressure, water temperature, & voltage---1750 total hours of use (2) 30-amp shore service power cables 110-volt and 12-volt power distribution panel with magnetic circuit breakers, volt & amp meters, and panel lighting....Source power from shore/generator/inverter 110-volt outlets throughout full galvanic bonding system Engine Details Engine compartment access is through removable deck hatches in the salon sole---allowing for excellent, standing-room access. Fully serviced in the spring of 2020.   Engine room details include: (2) Model T6.3544 240/hp each Perkins turbo diesel inboards--2300 original hours closed, fresh water cooling Racor water separating fuel filters Algae-X fuel conditioning system fuel distribution and return manifold raw water sea strainers vibration isolating engine mounts new stuffing boxes and fresh packing engine room 110-volt lighting emergency warning alarms for overheat/low oil pressure thermal and acoustical engine room insulation engine and generator hour meters bronze ball-type through-hull valves stainless steel propeller shafts with new cutlass bearings and recent alignment bronze rudders and struts Refurbishing Details This vessel was originally owned and maintained for twenty years by an extremely knowledgeable Naval Officer and captain.  The current owner carefully selected this yacht with plans for he and his wife to extensively cruise and stay onboard for extended periods of time, entertaining overnight guests occasionally.  Reliability and safety were a priority.  The current seller then began to outfit the boat accordingly.  Price was not an issue....quality of the work was.  Known deficiencies of this particular model and age-related concerns were properly tackled.  Full documentation of the work performed, including records and hundreds of photographs are available and will convey to the new owner in the sale.  Extensive manuals for Perkins Engines, the Jefferson Owner's Manual, and many parts manuals too, in both hard and soft copies.  Some of the refurbishing and preparation details include:   Addressing previous interior leaks Replaced (3) salon windows with new glass...re-bedding and caulking all others Re-bedded the forward windshield and painting the frame (2) new portholes (dinette)...all others re-bedded and caulked All interior wood damaged by previous leaks was professionally rebuilt including building and finishing a new wall at the dinette, replacing miscellaneous trim pieces throughout, building a new aft cabin port-side wall, rebuilding the master stateroom's large port-side locker, rebuilding the foredeck and forward stateroom's overhead ceiling, rebuild and re-bedding the overhead foredeck hatch, rebuilding the chain locker and V-berth's forward bulkhead, redesigning the chain locker for better drainage...All these new bulkheads are solid teak and stained to match....rewiring associated lights and accessories as necessary.   Addressing hull bottom (approximately $20K) Boat hauled and roughly (50) small blisters were individually repaired using fiberglass cloth mat and resin rather than epoxy The hull and running gear were then media blasted and (2) coats of Interlux Barrier Coat applied to prevent future blisters A single coat of red bottom paint was then applied followed by (3) coats of blue anti-fouling bottom paint.  This process will allow the red to show as the blue wears-off as an indicator that it's time to repaint the blue. The hull bottom was freshly repainted with two coats of anti-fouling bottom paint in the spring of 2020. All below-the-waterline metal and running gear was primed and treated The boat's galvanic bonding system was checked and repaired accordingly   Customization and upgrading A custom hardtop was fabricated for the flying bridge.  This is a welded stainless steel tube frame made to fit and covered with high grade plastic.  There are overhead lights and full canvas and isinglass enclosure.  A $20,000 upgrade. The finished area where the flying bridge overhangs the aft deck was extended to allow more covered flying bridge area without infringing on the aft deck.  This allows for a finished elevated and covered platform ideally suited for a couple of seat cushions or a sun lounge.  There is still plenty of aft deck hardtop space for the dinghy and davit.  This area was also beautifully finished with Awlgrip paint.  The large starboard-side window between the flying bridge and aft deck was also replaced. The aft deck and flying bridge flooring was repainted with non-slip Awlgrip. The forward brow area above the windshield, the foredeck and forward cabin sides were gelcoated with (4) coats.  The blue accent stripe has been re-painted with Awlgrip and the non-skid on the foredeck is fresh Awlgrip.  The flybridge storage areas beneath the seating and in cabinets all have fresh paint. The forward Samson Post mooring bit was strengthened with better backing support and resealed. New anchor windlass installed with 50' of new chain and 200' of new rode a second complete ground tackle system is included Aft deck and flying bridge overhead light fixtures are new with both red and white light bulbs. All batteries, chargers and battery monitoring system have been recently replaced.  A new 3 KW inverter has been added. Flybridge cushions recovered, new deck hatch covers, new full mesh covers were made for the windshield and salon side windows, 90% of the exterior canvas and isinglass is new, fresh interior upholstery protected with slip covers, and fitted sheets were made for the guest V-berth. (5) cabin doors and the interior cabin floor have been refinished There is also an extensive inventory of spare parts and loads of new, still-in-the-box gear and accessories accumulated by the seller that he is including in the sale. RECENT IMPROVEMENTS:      New Salon furniture     2021      New Salon Curtains     2021-22      New V-berth curtains & covers     2021-22       New Cushions in dinette     2021      New Curtains in master cabin     2021      New bedspread & pillow shams     2022      Replaced Salon light switch & cover      Salon Smart TV & swing mount (Hisense - ROKU)    2021      Tool set (sockets set & wrenches - West Marine)       Galley faucet replaced (with separate spray hose) 2021      Bathtub fixture replaced     2021      Forward Head toilet bowl replaced 2022       ENGINE ROOM      Replaced P & S Intercooler & hoses     2021      Stbd. Alternator replaced     2022      Freshwater pump replaced     2022      Galvanic Isolator     Spring 2022      Air Conditioners serviced (no leaks found)  2022 Bottom paint: spring 2022 New Zinc's fall 2022 USB ports installed, fly bridge & Lower helm 2021-2022 Teak stern rail varnish: 6 coats 2021, renewed 2 coats fall 2022 Raymarine depth transducer replaced 2021 Raymarine C120 serviced & software upgrade     2021   Radar, Depth, GPS & all other features are fully functional.   Refrigerator was replaced in the spring of 2022.   The new furniture has slipcovers too as well as storage underneath.  Louise came up with some loving words: Sweet Louise is well loved for her classic beauty and generous storage spaces and has been recently updated with new modular salon furniture with storage under, as well as custom curtains in there and in the staterooms.     "Sweet Louise" was  cruised from Hilton Head, through the Chesapeake Bay, Hudson River, Erie Canal, Oswego Canal, to Trent, ON, then returned to  North Carolina this fall. Some 2,400 miles.  She is well loved and has done a fine job cruising. 

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