|Liegeplatz||OCCOQUAN, Virginia, Vereinigte Staaten|
|Länge über alles||12.93 m|
|Länge an der Wasserlinie||12.8 m|
|Max. Durchfahrtshöhe||4.72 m|
***Freshwater Boat*** ***Low Hours*** ***Excellent Condition***
***Expertly Maintained*** ***Ready To Cruise*** ***Offers Encouraged***
***Trackvision Satellite TV*** ***BOW THRUSTER***
Sealine may not be the most common brand plying American waters, but the 30-year-old English company has gained a solid foothold in the States, and its future seems bright. Sealine's 14-acre facility in Kidderminster, England, produces about 300 boats a year from 23 to 51 feet LOA.
In June 2001, marine industry giant Brunswick Corporation added Sealine to its venerable fleet.
In a competitive market, yacht designers view a boat's envelope, particularly its length and beam, as limiting factors. Some trifle with model names, rounding up to the nearest foot, and others combine words such as "full" or "wide" with "beam" to enhance proportion.
Instead of wandering this worn path, Sealine came up with the Extending Cockpit System. Push a button, and the F42/5's teak-covered afterdeck grows. The settee slides aft on tracks, adding almost 3 feet to the afterdeck and extending the swim platform over the water.
Imagine checking in at the dock office with a 42-footer and having cocktails on a 45-footer. Should the weather be inclement, simply open the overhead boot and deploy the enclosure folded neatly within. It's a brilliant sort of reverse convertible top.
More common afterdeck assets on the F42/5 include molded-in accommodations for a refrigerator or an ice maker, and a sink or an electric barbecue. The swim platform is designed to carry a 101/2-foot inflatable tender.
A molded-in stairway leads to the teak-sole flying bridge, which has a helm station, a seating area and a sunning platform. Here, too, Sealine's innovative nature is clear.
When it's time to entertain, the helm bench seat swings aft, backrests on the sunpad flip up and a portable table can be fitted. A U-shape sofa is available with internal stowage or as a convertible berth. An adjustable table has a folding top and can be used for cocktails or dining. A club chair with an ottoman can be drawn tableside, and a built-in entertainment center houses a stereo system, Satelite Direct TV and a Large flat-screen TV.
The galley is a step down, finished with a teak-and-holly sole and outfitted with a stainless-steel sink, a microwave convection oven and dual-voltage refrigeration. Overhead bin-style stowage and cleverly designed pullout cabinets enhance access. Fitted glassware and bottle stowage keep things in place. In-sole stowage is fitted with a fiberglass liner and is suited for cruising stores.
A raised interior helm station with deep, automotive-style seating should provide a comfortable perch in inclement weather. Sight lines from this position are excellent.
Below, a portion of the mid-stateroom tucks beneath the helm. The cabin has two single berths that can be joined to make a double. The stateroom can also function as an office and is equipped with a small vanity/desk. The head/shower is accessible from the stateroom and the passageway, which makes it useful as a day head.
The master is forward, with a queen berth and a private head with separate stall shower.
The F42/5 has a solid fiberglass hull bottom supported by a closely spaced network of longitudinal and transverse fiberglass stiffeners. Combinations of stitched and woven reinforcements are used with polyester resin. Balsa-coring stiffens the hull sides, decks and superstructure, and molded fiberglass liners define the interior.
A 11kW generator in a sound shield is aft in the lazarette, and main engine service points are accessible from a hatch in the cockpit and one in the saloon. Access is tight because of the low overhead and the aluminum fuel tanks, which are positioned outboard of the engines. Additional hatches in the saloon sole can be lifted if necessary.
She rises quickly to a plane without a cloud of smoke and loafs along easily at 2200 rpm, making 24.8 knots. The Cummins electronics indicated a fuel burn of 28 gallons per hour. At 2400 rpm, speed was 27.9 knots with a fuel burn of 35 gallons per hour. She topped out at 31.5 knots.
The F42/5 delivers impressive performance in part because Sealine's designers were not greedy in terms of her interior envelope. The 13-foot, 10-inch beam is pleasingly trim for her length, and her 16-degree deadrise is appropriate for her service.
She responds smartly to input from the helm at speed, and while seas were mild during our sea trial, my sense is that she would deliver a dry, comfortable ride in more challenging conditions. Her bow thruster, while not necessary for a boat of this size and powering, is handy dockside.
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Builder: Sealine International Ltd Designer: Sealine
LOA: 42.33 feet Beam: 13.83 feet Displacement: 27000 pound Bridge Clearance: 14.25 feet
EnginesEngine(s): Cummins Engine Model: 6CTA 8.3 480hp Hours: 970 Cruising Speed: 25 knots Max Speed: 32 knots
TankageFuel: 360 gallon Water: 150 gallon Holding: 55 gallon
This is an exceptional 42’ fly bridge sport cruiser from one of the UK’s leading builders of pleasure cruisers. You would be hard pressed to find a 42FB that offers more, boasting 2 cabins, 2 heads with showers, dual stations, large salon & cockpit, huge Fly Bridge with great seating and lounging. Performance, economy, handling and sea keeping are excellent cruising around 25 knots with top speed of 30 knots. The model was featured in an article and cover of “MotorBoating Magazine” in 2002 winning the “Editors' Choice Award” for innovation.
“Pilot House” has been stored in Fresh Water throughout her life.
Please enjoy your review of “Pilot House” and make arrangements for a showing at your earliest opportunity.
Vessel Walk Through
Salon & Galley
The salon is a wonderful space which opens dramatically to the cockpit through the curved glass sliding doors. This merging of indoors and outdoors is glorious. The salon Leather sofa is very comfortable and converts to a double for surplus sleeping. The Cherry table is free standing and can leaf out for meals. Free standing chair w/footrest and entertainment center round out the experience. The lower station shares this space on an elevated level and is very ergonomically designed. The bar area transitions to the galley which is one step down. The galley is very much connected with the salon allowing good social interaction in this space. Compact and functional this is a very bright and airy space. The passageway to the staterooms and heads lies forward.
Forward is the spacious master cabin with queen island berth, Cherry furniture including a large hanging locker, drawers, vanity and overhead storage cabinets. Natural light and ventilation is provided by opening overhead hatch and opening ports. This cabin and the entire lower deck are wall to wall carpeting. The en-suite head has an enclosed white fiberglass shower stall with Lucite door, electric toilet, oval sink set in Corian counter.
This cabin is very versatile and cleverly designed to maximize the space. The berths are configured in an L providing extra floor space. The free standing settee can convert to a filler component creating a double berth. This settee can also provide seating to utilize the flip down vanity. There is natural good light and ventilation via opening ports. There is a hanging locker and storage lockers. The head with hand shower is en-suite to this cabin.
- Air Conditioning/Heat, 3 Zones, 44,000 BTU’s
- Electric 2 burner flush cook top
- Convection/Microwave oven
- Electric Grill (Cockpit)
- Freshwater Shower (hot and cold (Swim Platform))
- Icemaker (Cockpit)
- Refrigerator Galley w/ freezer compartment
- Refrigerator (entertainment center)
- Refrigerator (Flybridge)
- Hot cold pressure water system
Electronics and Entertainment
- Raymarine ST60 Tridata (Dual Station)
- Raymarine ST 6001 Plus Autopilot (Dual Station)
- Cummins Digital Multifunction Gauges
- Raytheon 230 VHF 2nd Handset w/Hailer Speaker (lower)
- Furono NavNet C-map NT Chartplotter/Sonar/Radar (Dual Station)
- Solara DSC VHF (upper)
- Ritchie Compass (Dual Station)
- White Insignia Flat Panel TV in Cockpit
- Trackvision Satelite TV (Direct TV Box in Salon and Staterooms)
- Samsung Flat Panel TV (Guest Stateroom)
- Westinghouse Large Flat Panel (Master Stateroom)
- Vizio LCD Flat Panel TV w/Separate DVD Player (Salon)
- Bose Life Style Surround Sound System (Salon and Master)
- Sony CD/DVD Player (Salon)
- Bose 4 zone Speakers at Bridge and Rear Cockpit.
- AM/FM CD Stereo
- AC/DC Distribution breaker panel
- 110v Dockside power w/ shore cord w/ Glendenning Cablemaster
- 110v GFI outlets
- Generator Kohler 11 kw w/Sound Shield
- Batteries (?) Bow Thruster Battery
- Bow Thruster
- Navigation lights
- Docking Lights
There are two primary machinery spaces accessible from the cockpit hatch. Many systems are located in the lazarette space. A bulkhead door then allows movement forward into the engine room. All owner service check points are down the centerline and easily accessible. The entire salon floor lifts for additional service access to the engines.
- Twin Cummins 6CTA 8.3 480hp Electronic Diesels w/Digital Displays
- Electronic Controls Single Lever, Mathers Micro Commanders
- Mechanical back up engine controls
- Hydraulic Steering , Hynautic
- Trim Tabs, Bennett
- Automatic bilge pumps
- Manual bilge pump
Hull and Deck
The Cockpit, Fly Bridge and even foredeck offer wonderful outdoor living spaces. Well appointed with entertainment centers, grill, additional refrigeration and numerous sun pads make these spaces a joy to lounge in. The FB helm station offers an ideal vantage point for running and with the flexible seating converts to a great entertaining space. The molded steps to the fly bridge allows easy movement and the ability to deliver snacks and meals to this glorious space.
- Aft Cockpit Cover/Enclosure (stows in FB overhead)
- Bimini Top
- Coast Guard package
- Dock Lines & Fenders
- Exterior Cushions
- Flybridge Helm Covers
- Sun pad, Bow
- Windlass , Simpson Lawrence, Anchor, Delta w/Chain Rode
Manufacturer Provided Description
The Sealine F42/5 Flybridge motor yacht features an electronically extending cockpit for almost one extra metre of entertaining area. The spacious six-berth accommodation has two metres of headroom throughout the saloon and forward master cabin. The double / twin midcabin converts to a single cabin and office.
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.