1984 Custom Nassau 42

  • 42
  • Custom
  • North Charleston, SC, US

Yacht price :

$69,900
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Overview

Lizzy is a completely customized sailing vessel designed and re-fit for offshore cruising. She is totally self-contained and is a must-see for the serious cruiser. Only one owner had possession of Lizzy Prior to her present owners. Lizzy was purchased with the intent to upgrade her for world cruising. She would ideally be strengthened, set up to be self-contained, comfortable, and dry. CALL THE LISTING BROKER FOR MORE DETAILS. 

Lizzy has undergone a complete re-fit and two major upgrades since her present owner purchased her in 2001. At Present she’s in need of some TLC and is priced accordingly with her present condition. She was originally a Great Lakes Freshwater boat and has comfortably taken her present owners through some heavy Lake Michigan storms. In 2003 she was transported to the Chesapeake where she enjoyed new adventures in cruising.
In 2005 she had undergone a Major refit sparing no expense to a better than new condition. This was to serve her owners a retirement cruising adventure. She traversed the Atlantic Intercoastal Waterway down to Charleston, SC and from there onto the Bahamas.
In 2006 Lizzy cruised happily through the Bahamas. Lizzy is ready to serve some younger owner/s an outstanding cruising adventure to anywhere they choose. If a cruising lifestyle is tugging at your sleeve Lizzy will not disappoint. She will take good care of you just as she had her previous and present owners.

Specifications

Basic Information

Manufacturer:
Custom
Model:
Nassau 42
Year:
1984
Category:
Sail
Condition:
Used
Location:
North Charleston, SC, US
Vessel Name:
SC 7724 KB
Boat Type:
Cruisers
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Designer:

Dimensions & Weight

Length:
42 ft - 12.8 meter
LOA:
42 ft - 12.8 meter
Beam:
12 ft 9 in - 3.89 meter
Draft - max:
- meter
Bridge Clearance:
Dry Weight:

Engine

Make:
Perkins
Model:
Engine(s):
1
Hours:
508
Cruise Speed:
Range:
Engine Type:
Drive Type:
Fuel Type:
Diesel
Horsepower:
50 (Individual), 50 (combined)
Max Speed:

Tank Capacities

Fuel Tank:
70 Gallon(s) - 1 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:
160 Gallon(s) - 1 tank(s)
Holding Tank:
80 Gallon(s)

Accommodations

Total Cabins:
Total Berths:
-
Total Heads:
2

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Descriptions

Accommodations

From companionway forward: Spacious Owners stateroom to Port with head and walk in shower. To Starboard, behind a custom Lacewood Nav Station a quarter berth with removeable Nav. Seatback. Also, to Starboard, an efficient U-shaped galley. A spacious salon with a beautiful Lacewood custom table with folding leaves to accommodate 6. Forward is a spacious V Berth with its own head and closet. She has every creature comfort including Custom made thick mattresses and custom bedding.

  • 2 - Blake electric Vacuum Flush heads

HVAC
• 16,000 BTU AC/Heat
• 9,000 BTU AC/Heat
• 10 Heat/AC Registers

Water Maker:
• Spectra 300 gal. per day with Z Brain & Digital controls

 

Galley

Extremely well fitted galley, proven to be both energy efficient and comfortable for cooking with plenty of storage. During Lizzy’s re-fit the refrigerator and freezer were rebuilt with 6” of dense foam insulation on three sides and top, with 8” underneath and at the outboard side. This thickness relates to an efficiency of only a little more than 4 amps to run both the refrigerator and freezer simultaneously. Rock Hard ice cream can be enjoyed throughout any cruise.


• Re-fit with Corian tops inside teak door frames. Corian sink inserts allow a multitude of counter configurations for entertaining or live aboard applications. Large and small Kohler Sink and faucet configurations. GE water filtering system a 180-degree hot/cold water dispenser, soap dispenser, a back-up foot pump.
• Re-fit with Frigiboat, refrigerator freezer Keel Kooler, 2 Danfoss BD 50 compressors with digital control system. Top and side access to fridge – no digging required.
• Built in Microwave
• Three burner gimballed stove & oven.
• New BBQ Grill

Electronics

Upper Station:
• Axiom 12” Chart Plotter/Radar AIS Display
• Ritche Compass
• 18” Raydome Radar
• Wind Speed/Direction
• Depth
• Electronic Compass
• Boat Speed
• Autopilot Control
• Cockpit Microphone for VHF
Lower Station:
• Axiom 9” Chart plotter/Radar/AIS Display
• NEMA/Sea talk Network
• Fusion Stereo
• ICOM M504 VHF Radio
• Inverter/Charger Display Electronics Panel 12V
• 2 Bilge Pump Displays
• Hour Meter
• Fridge Controls
• Generator Controls
• Water Maker Controls
• Blue Sea M2 Digital Volt/Amp Display

Deck

Deck and Hull:
Lizzy had a major re-fit in 2005. Photos are available for your review to see the details involved in upgrading her to a world class cruiser. Here is a short list of what was done.
• All Hatches, ports, screens were removed including hardware. Hardware and frames were sanded, cleaned, painted, polished. All received new gaskets and were re-installed with the proper commercial sealants. New Lexan panels were installed in all Hatches and acrylic panels in ports. All hatches were fitted with custom teak screens.
• The hull was sanded prepped and sprayed with two coats of Awlgrip Primer and 5 coats of Awlgrip Paint. The cabin top was stripped of any saturated end grain Balsa Core dried, sanded sealed with Epoxy, New Balsa Core was sanded, sealed, and glassed with layers of saturated epoxy, layered with glass mat and roving, painted with non-skid silica. Every bolted or screwed hole for a fitting was enlarged, filled with epoxy & chopped glass, dried then redrilled with the smaller bolt sized hole so no screw or bolt would expose balsa to any moisture.
Custom Metal Fabricating:
• Safety Handholds added to Dodger.
• Bimini/Solar Panel Mount
• Secondary Anchor Roller
• Backing Plate inside chain locker for Cutter rig
• Mast Deck Ring Backing Plate on overhead.
• Stainless Window Frames w/Teak Interiors.

Standing & Running Rigging
• All Standing Rigging was replaced, Chain plates were lengthened by 8” Chainplate Knees were increased in thickness by ½” and new holes were drilled into solid fiberglass for chainplate bolts.
• New Garhaur Hardware replaced all running rigging hardware.
• All new running rigging was led to the cockpit for safe sail handling.

Electrical

Electrical 12V:
• 2-Kyocera 80-amp solar panels & controller.
• 100-amp Balmar Alternator
Batteries: (New April, 2023)
House 4 - 424 amp AGM 6V (in series) Total: 848 Ampere Hours
Starting: 1 – 4D AGM 180 Ampere Hours 1545 MCA
Generator 1 – Group 27 AGM 92 Ampere Hours 1080 MCA Total combined House & Starting combined

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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/her agents, or his/her surveyors, to instigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.(7608522)