Catalina 42 1990 $119,000.00 CAD


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$119,000.00 CAD

The hull of the Catalina 42 was originally designed by Nelson Marek as a limited production ocean racer during the IOR era. Catalina Yachts produced mostly smaller yachts at the time and acquired the rights to produce the Nelson-Marek designed hull in the late 1980s. Catalina Designer Gerry Douglas modified the hull to accept a cruiser-style cabin and added a more forgiving rig. The result was Catalina’s largest offering for many years, with more than 1,000 hulls produced over 22 years.

Cantina is hull #220, produced in 1990, and acquired by the current owners in 2008. While she spent the first 20 years of her life as a cruising boat, it quickly became apparent that she could also be a competitive racer. Now with her updated sail wardrobe and having shed most of her accumulated cruising equipment, there are few boats that can sail faster while simultaneously baking a pizza.

Cantina has successfully participated in many racing events around the Pacific Northwest including Swiftsure, Patos, Van Isle 360, THRASH, CFSA, Cow Bay.

Notable yellow pennants (first place) include:

2014 CFSA Regatta Feeder Race and Division 1 winner

2015 Swiftsure Juan de Fuca Overall winner

2015 Van Isle 360 Division 3 winner on 4/9 legs

2016 RVYC THRASH Regatta Division 2 winner

2016 CFSA Regatta Feeder Race and Division 1 winner

2018 RVYC THRASH Regatta Division 1 winner

2018 Swiftsure Juan de Fuca Division H1 and Heavy Class winner, second overall

Notable red pennants (second place) include:

2014 Patos Island Long Course 2nd place Division 2, 3rd overall

2015 Patos Island Long Course 2nd place Division 4, 5th overall

Notable blue pennants (third place) include:

2012 Swiftsure Juan de Fuca Division H2 3rd place

2014 Swiftsure Cape Flattery Division H2 3rd place

2015 Van Isle 360 Division 3 3rd Overall

2016 Cow Bay Regatta Division 2 3rd place

2017 Cow Bay Regatta Division 2 3rd place

 

BROKERS COMMENTS:

You may think that this older boat  has been raced hard and put away wet (as the saying goes) and I had my reservations too, before I saw her. I was pleasantly surprised and believe Cantina has been well maintained and loved even as a race boat.

Her interior cabinetry, sole and upholstery are in very good shape. Although she has a racing pedigree, she would be a lovely cruising vessel. If you would like canvas, that would one of two items she needs. The other would be a new compressor for the fridge.

Because she raced, the owner inspected her standing and running rigging on a regular bases, so in my opinion I do not believe there should be any concerns of fatigue in the rigging.

Cantina is located at our Sales dock in Sidney

 


Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:


Boat Name
Cantina

Specs
Keel: Fin

Dimensions
LOA: 41 ft 10 in
Beam: 13 ft 10 in
LWL: 36 ft 0 in

Engines
Total Power: 44 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1990
Engine Model: 4JHBE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4500
Propeller: 2 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 44 HP


Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2


Description

Catalina 42

Name................................................................. Cantina

Year....................................................................... 1990

Builder................................................... Catalina Yachts

Designer................................................... Nelson Marek

LOA..................................................................... 41’10”

LWL.......................................................................... 36’

Beam................................................................... 13’10”

Draft........................................................................ 6’8”

Displacement.................................................. 20,500lbs

Ballast.............................................................. 8,300lbs

Sail Area ..................................................... 797.00sq/ft

I                                                                               53ft

J                                                                           16.4ft

P                                                                         46.75ft

E                                                                         15.50ft

Hull                                                                 fiberglass

Deck.............................................................. fiberglass

Steering...................................................... single wheel

Keel.......................................................................... fin

Rudder................................................................ spade

Fuel...................................................................... 39gal

Water.................................................................... 93gal

Hot Water.............................................................. 11gal

Holding Tank......................................................... 34gal

Headroom................................................................ 6’8”

Heat Diesel....................................... Espar Hydronic D5

Heat Electric................................. Electric forced air bus

  

INTERIOR

  • 3 Cabin 2 head layout. Rich teak cabinetry, teak and holly sole, blue upholstery, great condition, white galley counter tops
  • Salon:  U-Shaped dinette to port with centerline bench seat creating all around seating for 8
  • Full size Chart table aft of dinette, navigation, AC/DC panels,
  • Linear Galley to starboard, double sink, pressurized hot/cold water, Seaward Princess 3 burner gimbaled stove w/oven, good storage, great prep counter
  • Refrigeration, top loading, used as an ice box, requires a new compressor
  • 2 aft cabins, double beds, in addition custom single hammocks in each cabin, hanging locker in each
  • Fwd Cabin: Pullman double to port, drawers below bed lockers, shelves, plenty storage
  • Fwd Head: fwd of cabin, separate shower, shower sump pump, manual Jabsco, holding tank, vanity, sink
  • Aft head: integrated head and shower, manual Jabsco

 

MECHANICAL

  •  Yanmar 4JHBE, 44hp, 4500hours
  •  Dual Racor primary fuel filters
  •  Propeller: Flex-o-fold 2 blade folding, spare 3 blade fixed
  •  Shaft: 1.25’ stainless steel

 

 ELECTRICAL + PLUMBING

  •  House Battery: 4 x Trojan T105 deep cycle
  •  Start Battery: dedicated, with Blue Sea automatic charging relay
  •  Emergency engine start in engine compartment
  •  Carmanah 100W solar panel
  •  Victron Blue Solar charge controller
  •  Inverter/ Charger: Heart
  •  LED Navigation lights
  •  Standard manual bilge pump, plus second whale gusher installed below deck
  •  Electric bilge pump, bilge alarm, Rule float switch
  •  Engine compartment fire port
  •  Each head plumbed with Y-valve for direct overboard or to the holding tank, deck discharge from holding tank or macerator overboard
  •  4 x water tanks, 43 gal in 3 tanks salon, 50 gal fwd cabin

   

INSTRUMENTS

  • Chartplotter/GPS: Raymarine A7 at chart table, use with RayControl app on ipad at helm and on deck
  •  Autopilot: Raymarine S3 SmartPilot, ST8002 control head, type 1 linear drive
  •  Radar: Furuno 1720
  •  Autohelm speed, depth, wind at helm, multi-display at nav table
  •  VHF: West Marine 580 with DSC, masthead antenna
  •  Stereo: Jensen AM/FM/CD

  

SAILS

 This is an extensive sail inventory with owner’s comments about each sail

  • Light #1 (2011) UK tri-radial CZ-60, good when others will not fly, under 5 knots
  • Medium #1 (older but still okay) Kevlar laminate tri-radial, good for 5-8 knots
  • Heavy #1 (2011) UK Titanium, Carbon/Kevlar, carry with first reef to about 15knots or with full main till about 12knots (true)
  • Heavy #2 (2011) Dacron roller furling cruising Genoa
  • Heavy #3 (2016) UK Tape Drive blade jib – this sail is a weapon!
  • Heavy #4 (older but still good) Dacron with hollow leach and reefable.
  • Storm Jib (2011) Lee Sails orange Dacron
  • Race Main (2012) UK Titanium, Carbon/Kevlar
  • Cruising Main (2010) Lee Sails Dacron, very tough sail.
  • A2 Kite (2012) UK 0.75oz with 0.9oz luff, this is the go-to kite and blazingly fast, especially squared back on the pole, but is nearing the end of its useful life
  • A3 Kite (2011) Lee Sails 1.5oz, great heavy air reacher
  • S1 kite (2013) UK Airex, really light and has nice open leech's so can be sail with apparent angles well forward of the beam
  • S2 Kite (2012) UK Airex, best way to get straight down wind in a breeze.
  • S4 kite (older but still good as is 1.5oz) Still crispy and is a very stable shape for when the breeze is up
  • Asymmetric and Symmetric sheets and guys with Tylaska Shackles
  • Vectran main and jib halyards
  • Carbon Pole (18lbs)
  • Aluminum Pole
  • ATN Genoa Sleeve
  • Spinnaker Sock

  

RIGGING + DECK GEAR

  •  Standard masthead sloop, double spreaders
  •  Keel stepped white anodized aluminum spars,
  •  Mast bolted to mast step
  •  7x19 stainless wire cable, solid boomvang
  •  Added jib car track to cabin top for #3 and #4
  •  Harken Mark IV furler
  •  Garhauer MT-2 ball bearing traveller
  •  Garhauer E-Z G3 ball bearing Genoa cars
  •  Harken ball bearing spinnaker pole track and car
  •  Winches: Lewmar ST#52 primaries, ST#40 coachroof
  •  Spinnaker tack line compatible with both asymmetrical and symmetrical   spinnakers
  •  Pulpit updated to accommodate asymmetrical spinnakers
  •  Primary Anchor: Rocna 20 kg
  •  Rode: 200’ G7 transport chain, 250’ nylon rode
  •  Windlass: Nillson 12VDC

  

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

  •  Tender: Zodiac Zoom 10.5 (2008)
  •  Outboard engine: Yamaha 6hp, 2 stroke (2008)

 

 

MAINTENANCE

  •  Last haul-out and anti-fouling: 2016, vessel gets dived and cleaned regularly for   racing
  •  Last zinc(s) change: 2019
  •  Last engine oil change: every 50 hours

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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