42' Ocean Alexander Sedan

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  • Year: 1994
  • Current Price: US$ 227,000
  • Located in Long Beach, CA
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
  • YW# 14024-2965996

Full Specifications
Other photos: Salon Forward, Salon Starboard, Lower Helm, Salon Port, Salon Settee, Salon Aft, Salon Starboard, TV, Forward, Electrical panel, Forward Stateroom, Forward Stateroom Aft View, Lower Helm, Galley, Head, Shower, Guest Stateroom, Guest Stateroom, Guest Stateroom, Stateroom Storage, Head, Helm, Upper helm, Flybridge seating, Flybridge seating, Flybridge table, Cockpit, Cockpit, Radar arch, Dinghy, Engine Room, Engine Room, Engine Room, Engine Room, Engine Room.


A great example of one of the top-quality boats built. Seaworthy and secure on the water and comfortable and elegant at the dock. Twin Cat 3208s, dinghy with electric davit on the bow. New full enclosure on the flybridge.





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Tony Duni 310 995 9989

tony@seacoastyachts.com



Please contact Tony Duni at 310.995.9989


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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:


Boat Name
Yasawa

Dimensions
Beam: 14 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Displacement: 35000 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 750 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 1994
Engine Model: 3208 TA
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1350
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 375 HP
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Year Built: 1994
Engine Model: 3208 TA
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 1350
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 375 HP

Cruising Speed: 16 knots
Maximum Speed: 20 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (250 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (40 Gallons)


Description

Clean and well-equipped, "Yasawa" is a two stateroom design with a center-line master forward with queen berth. Full head with stall shower. Guest stateroom with twin beds to port. Salon has a L-shaped settee to port and entertainment center with additional refrigeration to starboard. The elevated "up" galley has a nice view to the port side.

Enjoy the view aft from the teak chairs in the generous cockpit. Ladder to the flybridge with a new enclosure withe Macrolon windows and plenty of seating and an undercounter refrigerator.

The Ocean Alexander name is unsurpassed for quality in design and reputation.


Boating World Review of 42 Ocean Alexander

Author: BoatingWorld Staff
Extraordinary isn’t the best adjective to describe Ocean Alexander’s 42 Sedan. The boat isn’t extraordinarily fast, like say, a Bertram convertible. It’s not extraordinarily avant garde in its styling, like say, a Riva. It’s not extraordinarily roomy, like a Hatteras motoryacht, for instance. Nor is it extraordinarily expensive — like any of these others, just take your pick. Instead, the 42 Sedan is a good-looking, comfortable, safe and versatile craft with a tried-and-true design that’s tagged with a reasonable price. It’s also one of the highest quality boats to ever come from an Asian yacht builder. The 42 Sedan, like other Ocean Alexander models, is the product of an American naval architect and a Taiwanese shipyard. The American is Ed Monk Jr., a third-generation yacht designer from Seattle. The shipyard is Alexander Marine Co. Ltd., founded in 1972 by Alexander Cheuh. For several years, the 42 Sedan was the most popular model that came from their collaboration. Built between 1985 and 1994, some 140 of the 42-footers were delivered to customers. What accounted for the boat’s success? “For one thing, it’s a really popular size,” said Jim McLaren of Orange Coast Yachts, an Ocean Alexander dealer in Newport Beach, California. “It fits what the mainstream boat buyer wants. It’s easy to handle and easy to maintain.” He also added that finding a slip for a 42-footer is often an easier task than finding accommodations for a larger boat, an important consideration in many West Coast pleasurecraft harbors. But beyond its basic overall length, the Ocean Alexander 42 has other important attributes, beginning with its styling. Not as flashy as many Mediterranean-style boats, the 42 Sedan is an example of, shall we say, sensible Euro-style. The 42’s profile, while sleek and contemporary like an Italian design, also has a certain simplicity of line — like a traditional American sportfisher — that will keep the boat from looking dated before its time. Monk gave the 42 a timeless layout inside, too. As with many other 42-footers, the Ocean Alexander has two staterooms. But unlike others, the guest or second stateroom of the Ocean Alexander has side-by-side berths, with a generous-size dressing area, as well. Most 42-footers only have room for upper and lower berths. Monk managed to create more space by raising the galley up a few feet from saloon level and slipping the second stateroom underneath the galley. Not only did this give additional area in the second stateroom, the raised galley has another advantage, McLaren said. “Because you look down on the saloon from the galley, the cook doesn’t have the feeling of being in a hole. And at the same time, people in the saloon can’t see dirty dishes and pans in the galley.” Just outside the saloon’s sliding glass doors, there’s a cockpit with a transom door and a swim platform. The cockpit is certainly large enough for partying or even some occasional fishing. The rest of the 42 Sedan’s layout, including the single head compartment with shower and the main stateroom with an island berth, is straightforward enough — with one exception. Between the two staterooms and head compartment, below the galley and saloon and in front of the engine room, there is an unusual (for a boat of this size) storage room, with an access door to the engine room. The engine compartment itself has limited headroom, though there’s plenty of space around the engines to perform maintenance tasks. The engines are, of course, twin diesels. A pair of 250 hp Cummins was standard issue, though the vast majority of Ocean Alexander 42s came with an optional pair of 375 hp Caterpillars, according to McLaren. Neither set-up will propel the 42 Sedan’s modified-V hull at blistering speeds. The Caterpillar diesels will cruise at 20 knots, top out at nearly 25 knots and deliver about .75 mpg performance at cruise speed. “The emphasis is on comfort and safe handling at (modest) cruising speeds, rather than (trying to be) an overgrown speedboat,” according to official company literature on the 42. Solid Construction The 42 Sedan’s hull sides, deck and superstructure are all built of hand-laid fiberglass resin and mat over Baltek balsa coring. The boat’s quality shows in its construction details. For instance, there are inner liners to neatly cover fiberglass surfaces that would otherwise be exposed. The plumbing and electrical systems are all routed for accessibility and color coded for easy identification. Topsides, all the railings are 3/16ths inch stainless steel. In the interior, the closets are lined with cedar. Ocean Alexander also pays great attention to interior lighting, with plenty of valance-hidden background lights as well as overhead spotlights. Finally, as we’ve come to expect of Asian-built boats, the joiner work is superb. While most 42 Sedans were trimmed in golden teak, African mahogany and a light sen wood were also available. Alas, even for a design as successful as the Ocean Alexander 42 Sedan, there comes a time for change. After nearly a decade of production, during which revisions and updates were minimal, the 42 was replaced this year by a new Monk-designed 42-footer with different exterior styling and a revised bottom for higher speeds. But the old 42’s interior layout proved hard to improve upon, and remains little changed in the new edition. The typical older Ocean Alexander 42 Sedan may have some problems with rusted holding tanks and water tanks, said yacht surveyor Gary Stevens of Maritime Consultants in Newport Beach. Beyond this, it will probably need attention to carpets, drapes and furniture


Electronics
  • Furuno chartplotter
  • Furuno Navnet radar
  • Furuno depth sounder
  • Glendinning synchronizer
  • Bow thruster
  • Ritchie compass

Galley
  • 3-burner electric stove
  • Microwave oven
  • Dish storage
  • Garbage disposer
  • Refrigerator/freezer
  • Icemaker
  • 2nd refrigerator under helm

Deck gear
  • Danforth stainless steel anchor
  • Maxwell windlass
  • Chain and rode
  • Novurania center console dinghy 
  • Yamaha 25HP otboard
  • Brower low-profile davit
  • Cockpit shower with hot/cold water
  • Swim step and ladder
  • Bow pulpit with stainless steel railings

Electrical
  • 12V & 120V systems
  • 8KW Onan in sound shield
  • Heart 2500 watt inverter
  • (4) 8D batteries, (1) 4D, (10) 6V inverter batteries
  • Shorepower cord
  • Pro Mariner battery charger 80 amp

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.

Seller's personal items excluded.



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Last Revised: Jan 19, 2017

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