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XANADU is that boat that everyone wants: beautifully appointed, lightly used by the original owner, (not a little old lady), and meticulously cared for since her launching. She has been continually upgraded through the years and is only offered now because of the owner’s inability to use her as planned. She sleeps six in her cherry finished, dinette interior. XANADU is ready to cruise to the harbors of the world.
- The Sou'wester 42 is a timeless model within the Hinckley lineup, one that has been admired for its beauty and sailing characteristics around the world. Many Sou'wester 42's have sailed the globe, but of the 77 built in total, XANADU is one of the most desirable since she has only been used seasonally in New England. In every way she is appointed, equipped, and has always been maintained, to the highest standards. Only one person or family will become the next owner of XANADU, but many will regret not buying her when they had the chance.
- Though now indoor stored for the 2012-2013 winter, XANADU is ready to launch. Before being moved indoors she was: Varnished (2 coats of varnish on everything) Awlcared (waxed) hull Polished stainless steel Painted the bottom. The following is a list of 2011-12 Winter work performed on XANADU: Topsides - New Awlgrip Bottom stripped and faired, barrier coated and then painted. New hoses New pumps New halyards New Mastervolt Inverter New Seafrost refrigeration
- HULL and DECK
- Topsides: Off-White Awlgrip (Winter 2011) Bootstripe: Single Blue Cove: Gold leaf Bottom: Blue House & Deck: Polar White gelcoat with molded in nonskid Exterior trim: Varnished teak Construction: * Underbody: Shoal keel with centerboard * Draft: 5' Board up / 9' 2" Board down The Sou'wester 42 hull is constructed using the SCRIMP® process to infuse vinylester resin in a single step under a vacuum into a cored laminate of Kevlar/E-glass. Dupont Kevlar fabric greatly increases the strength of the hull against damage caused by impacts and the aircraft grade balsa core provides the greatest degree of stiffness and thermal/acoustic insulation. The skin coat is chopped mat in low-shrink vinylester resin to provide a superior surface finish and a greater resistance to water osmosis. Core is removed and hull is reinforced with additional layers of fiberglass in stress areas. A fiberglass hull stringer system is bonded to the hull and integrated with the mast step and engine mounts to form a single unit that is strong and light. The deck and house are a Scrimp® molded in one piece which incorporates a hybrid knit fabric of Kevlar/E-glass to reduce weight and a core of aircraft grade balsa, which is deleted in major penetration and stress areas and replaced with solid layers of reinforcing glass. The hull is laid up with a 4" recessed flange to receive the deck which is bonded to this surface with reinforced polyester adhesive and thru-bolted on 8' centers with additional fastenings in the area of toe rail tracks, thus assuring a strong, permanent and watertight hull/deck joint. Bottom faired and stripped (Winter 2011) Keel: 9,000 lb. molded lead keel is secured to the hull with 1" stainless steel bolts. Centerboard: Molded solid Fiberglass Rudder: Skeg-hung rudder. Marelon ball-valve type seacocks are flush with the hull. Wooden plugs Guardrail: At sheer painted to match hull with solid stainless steel half oval Custom teak inlay on foredeck – to protect from anchor chain All stainless steel deck hardware Stainless steel bow and stern pulpits, with integrated stern folding teak tread boarding ladder Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines and port and stbd boarding gates Double-side opening hatches with smoked plexiglass covers, including companionway slide Forward partitioned anchor locker has direct drainage to the bilge; 2nd anchor rode deck pipe fitting Varnished teak, double dorade box with two dorade ventilators and small covered storage between Saltwater deck wash Stainless steel bow roller for CQR anchor
- The aft T-shaped teak-rimmed cockpit coaming is wider adjacent to the wheel for comfortable outboard seating for the helmsman. The water-sealed opening cockpit seats have molded nonskid. The cockpit has a teak sole. The sail and equipment locker to port has a stainless steel line rack, a custom light and can be secured with a lock operated from the main cabin. Cockpit includes a propane locker with vent. There are four stainless steel trimmed winch pockets in the coaming. Pedestal wheel steering has a 38" stainless steel destroyer type wheel with an elkhide covered rim, SS guardrail, engine controls, watertight 12-volt outlet and a stainless steel housed 6" binnacle compass and binnacle guard. A complete range of engine instruments and switches are recessed in locations handy to the helmsman. Sailing instruments are above the companionway and in the forward bulkhead. Cockpit Dodger – White with hard forward window with zipper and stainless steel grab rail covered in elk hide. Cockpit awning - zips from dodger to bimini Bimini top - over the helm Cockpit Cushions Cockpit table - pedestal mounted, varnished teak fold-down cockpit table Freshwater deck shower with hose and Simmons mixing valve – mounted stbd aft – with in-line shut-off
- NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
- Autohelm 7000 Autopilot in cockpit with second control at Nav Station – interface is course or waypoint directed Radar – Raytheon 40XX radar – with mast antennas GPS – Raymarine - interfaced to chartplotters (2) Chartplotters – Raytheon E80 at nav station, E-120 mounted on cockpit stbd bulkhead VHF – ICOM M58 SSB – ICOM M710 - with insulated backstay and AT-130\E coupler Autohelm ST-50+ multi - mounted at nav station. Cockpit: ST-50 speed/log, ST-depth, ST-50+ wind, ST-50+ close hauled, wind
- INTERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS
- XANADU has a 42 MKII standard "dinette" arrangement that sleeps up to six in two cabins with a total of three separate sleeping areas. Finished in satin-varnished cherry with gloss highlights, with louvered cherry locker fronts and custom "flame" cherry solid locker doors, she also has white formica overhead with dome lights and gloss varnished teak and holly sole throughout. All hanging lockers are cedar-lined. Espar D3L diesel heater – with exhaust on deck (2) Double-opening overhead hatches (3) Opening ports provide extra light and ventilation Fixed ports that provide illumination Two screened dorade vents with closures (5) Hella fans 12-volt lighting includes Frigast lights All berths have lee cloths Chamois Off-White UltraSuede interior cushions and off-white curtains AM/FM stereo with CD - Nav Station with speakers in main cabin and forward stateroom FORWARD STATEROOM: Forward access to the partitioned rope/chain forepeak storage area is through a louvered cherry door. Forward is a custom straight-across large V-berth with 3 large storage drawers under Sliding vented door lockers over berths outboard port and starboard Sliding door locker storage is fitted outboard above port and starboard There is a 3-drawer bureau to port and additional locker storage over Full-length cedar lined hanging locker is to starboard. Two opening ports Two stereo speakers Two Hella fans Frigast 12-volt lights HEAD: Next aft to port, the Head is finished in White formica with cherry locker doors and cherry trim and easily cleaned. There is a screened opening port and a screened dorade vent opening with shut off. Sierra Sunset Corian countertop with stainless steel sink Faucet with pull-out shower mixer, hot & cold pressure water Large two-shelf locker outboard with cherry varnished sliding doors Manual marine head is plumbed to a holding tank or direct overboard Stainless steel handrail/towel bar MAIN SALON: Amidships, this full-width cabin has a U-shaped dinette (to port) and a fold-down, varnished cherry table. Custom outboard dinette seat pulls inboard to form a double berth. There is storage behind this berth. A custom halogen light is over the dining table with a dimmer control. Over outboard are two lockers with shelves and a bookcase between. A custom stainless steel pole along with cut-out cherry handholds provides extra safety handholds throughout the main cabin. To Starboard: Forward is a full-length cedar-lined hanging locker. Aft of the hanging locker is a two-drawer cabinet with a locker above. Continuing aft there is a curved settee/transom berth with storage behind and two lockers and bookshelf over outboard. There is a shelf in the forward stbd locker Two stereo speakers are on the forward face of port and stbd bookshelf. There is an 110V outlet and TV antenna outlet in stbd locker above bureau. (2) Hella 12V fans, stainless steel Ocean Frigast lights, overhead dome lights. GALLEY: Next to port, the Galley is separated from the main saloon by a 5/8's bulkhead with a varnished cherry cut-out grab rail. The U-shaped galley: Forward: Glacier White Corian countertop, stainless steel double sink, faucet with hot & cold pressure water, manual freshwater hand pump. Outboard: Gimbaled 3-burner stainless steel Force 10 propane stove with oven & broiler in a stainless steel enclosure with solenoid shut-off, and trap storage forward. Aft: Grunert DC-50 dual-powered refrigeration system (12-volt DC or 110V AC shore power) with separate refrigeration/freezer box system entered through traps in the countertop allowing for plenty of counter workspace. A GE microwave oven is in an aft, inboard galley locker. Lockers, bin, shelves and drawer storage areas are available for foodstores and galleyware. There is a pull-out trash bin and there is a built-in dustpan in the cabin sole. Cabin sole locks for offshore sailing NAVIGATION STATION: To port, opposite the galley and aft of the main salon settee is the forward-facing nav area separated by a partial bulkhead from the main salon. Opening nav table for storage of charts, as well as storage drawers and in a cushioned nav seat. Custom cherry cabinet forward houses nav electronics Electrical panel and gauges Red/white dome light and a gooseneck chart light AFT QUARTERBERTH: The Quarterberth area is aft of the Nav Station with cherry sheathing lining the area outboard. A single berth has storage lockers over outboard. The hot water tank is located in a locker at the aft end of the berth. Area includes a 12-volt Hella fan, a stainless steel Ocean Frigast light, and an overhead dome light. There are four hooks for foul weather gear. On center aft is the COCKPIT COMPANIONWAY with screens, and port and starboard handrails.
- SAILS & RIGGING
- Carbon fiber electric Stoway mast with 2 winches Stainless steel rod rigging Harken II headstay with roller-furling Navtec hydraulic backstay and boomvang with remote panel in cockpit Kevlar running backstays Removable inner forestay – with halyard, additional tracks and running backstays Storm trysail track and internal halyard Spinnaker gear and pole Stainless steel genoa tracks New halyards (Winter 2011) Masthead includes a 5-function tri-color 360° masthead light, windex and TV/FM antenna. WINCHES: (8) Harken winches 2-speed electric primary and secondary winches Main and jib winches are mast mounted SAILS: All North sails Main – 3DL (2003) Main – Gatorback spectra with battens – (good) 135% Genoa – 3DL (2003) 135% Genoa – Gatorback with furling cover 100% Genoa - Gatorback with furling cover #4 85% Heavy-weather Jib – Spectra – (not used) Storm Trysail – Dacron – (not used) Storm Jib – Dacron – (not used)
- 12-Volt DC electrical system: Engine start: (1) 8G27 12-volt battery (replaced 2006) House: (6) 8GGC2 6-volt batteries (Replaced 2006) A dual output 100 amp alternator is mounted on the main engine. Emergency starting 110-Volt AC System: MasterVolt Inverter/Charger (2011), Battery monitor, and Remote panel 110-volt outlets (galley, nav, head, V-berth, salon) 50-ft 30-amp cord with, 30-15 adapter and inlet. All circuits are circuit breaker protected at the nav station panel that is equipped with both voltmeter and ammeter. Master switches are provided for starting, lighting, and windlass circuits. All circuits, major mechanical components and rigging are grounded with heavy copper strapping to the keel and the mast is lightning protected as well.
- MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
- Yanmar 4JH2E FWC 48-hp diesel engine with 865-hrs. (11/2012) with 2:1 reduction gear, dripless shaft seal (replaced 2010), Aquamet 22 stainless steel shaft and 3-blade feathering Max-prop. Racor fuel filter Engine alarm oil/overheat, tachometer, oil & temperature Oil transfer pump Espar D3L heater with four outlets (1) 12-volt DC automatic electric bilge pumps and (2) cockpit manual bilge pumps Emergency tiller steering Deckwash – Saltwater pressure system with spigot foredeck mounted – Jabsco 6900 pump Hot and cold pressure water system New Seafrost Refrigeration (Winter 2011) 12-gallon hot water tank - stainless steel, engine heated, 120V-AC element Marine manual head with holding tank and discharge pump Sealand Tank Watch II level monitor system Fiberglass sump tank with 12VDC pump discharge Engine room blower and acoustical insulation New pumps and hoses (Winter 2011)
- ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
- Lewmar Concept II windlass – with chain and rode 45# CQR anchor with 40' chain x 300' nylon rode 25' chain x 250' secondary anchor rode 70# Yachtsman anchor with chocks in bilge MOB packet Outboard motor bracket – mounts on stern pulpit Switlik MD 6-person liferaft and bracket on deck (needs inspection)
- 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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