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42' 1975 Whitby Center Cockpit Ketch

Type: Sailboat
Year: 1975
Make: Whitby
Model: Center Cockpit Ketch
Length: 42'
Status: Hidden
Price: $ 84,600
Location: Kingston, ON
Date Posted: 2015-04-12
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Whitby For Sale

Location: Kingston, Ontario

Broker: Adrian Philpot 613 985 3600 or adrian@kingstonyachtsales.com

 

The first Whitby 42 splashed out of the yard in Ontario, Canada in 1973. Whitby Yachts, owned by Kurt and Doris Hansen, went on to build 200 hulls from 1973 to 1983. Previous to this, Whitby Boat Works had built the Alberg 30 and the Alberg 37.  Production then shifted south to Fort Myers Shipyard in Florida where another 32 of these ketches were built along with the Brewer 12.8 and Brewer 44.  This represents an excellent pedigree of cruising vessels with around 300 built.

Probably the most commercially successful boats from the legendary Ted Brewer.  A major attraction for this vessel is the large accommodations and shoal draft.  The Whitby 42 has completed plenty of offshore cruises and provides and excellent vessel for Caribbean cruiser.  Plenty of sail options with a ketch rig and the safety and comfort of a center cockpit.

This boat has extensive ocean experience and was purchased by current owner in 2006. Several years on dry dock to upgrade all interiors, tanks, electrical, plumbing, paints and varnishes, toilets, stove, batteries, electronics, portholes, etc. Then recently (2012) the deck was stripped, repaired and painted indoor, stanchion bases were replaced, hardware re-chromed, new sail covers and dodger. Addition in 2013 of a winter canvas cover with aluminum frame. Over $100,000 spent in total to upgrade.  Engine and transmission were factory rebuilt in 2011.

Lots of electronics, windlass, and an extensive retrofit.  Ready to go on your ocean adventure!

 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 0 in
LWL: 32 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 23500 lbs

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (300 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (300 Gallons)

Engine Information

 

  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Manufacturer: Ford (England)
  • Engine Hours: 300 (Factory Rebuild 2011)
  • Engine Model: Ford Lehman
  • Engine HP: 80
  • Cooling: Heat Exchanger
  • Fuel Tank Capacity in Gallons: 130 gal
  • Drive: In-Line
  • Propeller Type: Three Blade
Below Deck

 

  • Opening Ports
  • Pressurized Water
  • Hand or Foot Pump Water
  • Hot Water 120v
  • Hot Water Heated by Engine
  • Water Tank Capacity in Gallons: Approx 100 gal?
  • Manual Toilet
  • Y Valve for Overboard Discharge
  • Shower
  • Holding Tank Capacity in Gallons: Approx. 30
  • Propane Stove
  • Propane Oven
  • Ice Box
  • Freezer Compartment
  • Headroom: Between 6ft – 6ft4in of Headroom
  • Number of Separate Sleeping Cabins: 2 Separate Sleeping Cabins
On Deck

 

  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Dodger
  • Insert Panel
  • Swim Ladder
  • Main Sail Cover
  • Steering: Wheel Steering
  • Number of Winches: 3
  • (Sail 1) Type: Main
  • (Sail 1) Furling: Lazyjacks
  • (Sail 1) Sail Maker: Fortune Sails
  • (Sail 1) Condition: Serviceable
  • (Sail 2) Type: Genoa 120
  • (Sail 2) Sail Maker: Fortune
  • (Sail 2) Condition: Good
  • (Sail 3) Type: Genoa 120
  • (Sail 3) Condition: Serviceable
  • (Sail 4) Type: Genoa 100
  • (Sail 4) Condition: Poor
  • (Sail 5) Type: Mizzen
  • (Sail 5) Furling: Non-Furling
  • (Sail 5) Condition: Good
Electrical & Electronics

 

  • VHF Make / Model: ICOM
  • Chartplotter Make / Model: S.H GPS 2006
  • GPS Make / Model: Portable GPS
  • Compass Make / Model: 2 Compasses
  • Speed/Log Make / Model: Raymarine
  • Depth Sounder Make / Model: 3 depth sounders: Raymarine, Hawk Eye, Fish finder
  • Radar Make / Model: JRC
  • Autopilot Make / Model: Autohelm 5000
  • Batteries
  • Alternator Output: 200
  • Shore Power Cord(s)
  • 30A Shorepower Inlets
  • Battery Charger Make / Model: Inverter – Charger
Mechanical & Accessories

 

  • Windlass: Electric Windlass
  • Fenders
  • Docklines
  • (Anchor 1) Anchor Type: Other
  • (Anchor 1) Rode Feet of Chain: 100
  • (Anchor 1) Rode Feet of Rope: 50
  • (Anchor 2) Anchor Type: CQR
  • (Anchor 2) Rode Feet of Chain: 20
  • (Anchor 2) Rode Feet of Rope: 100
  • Manual Bilge Pump
  • Electric Bilge Pump
  • Flares
  • Life Jackets
  • Radar Reflector
  • Life Ring or Sling
  • Winter Cover
Additional Info
This boat has extensive ocean experience and was purchased by current owner in 2006. Several years on dry dock to upgrade all interiors, tanks, electrical, plumbing, paints and varnishes, toilets, stove, batteries, electronics, portholes, etc. Then recently (2012) the deck was stripped, repaired and painted indoor, stanchion bases were replaced, hardware re-chromed, new sail covers and dodger. Addition in 2013 of a winter canvas cover with aluminum frame.Over $100,000 spent in total to upgrade. A complete list of all renovations was remitted to brokerage firm. This is the ideal boat for sailing offshore on long passages with excellent storage capacity, comfort, smooth ride and surprising performance for a boat this roomy. She will easily take off with very light winds provided the three sails are up and will hardly need an autopilot, steering on her own once well balanced.Engine and transmission were factory rebuilt in 2011. The engine can easily move her at 6.5kn at 1100 rpm and can speed up to 8kn if needed, lots of power in strong currents, weeds, etc. Two people can easily handle her even in strong winds, because she has a smooth way of riding through a storm with speed and stability. With 5 ft of draft, she can easily cruise shallow areas such as the Bahamas, Maldives, etc. One can move aboard and go for extended cruise with very little more to do before take off.

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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