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General Information

Listing# 122762

Brunswick, GA, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Bob Harris
Vancouver 42 Pilothouse
42 (ft.)
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General Details

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"Jubilee" has been very well maintained for by her second owner. She spent a number of years on Lake Superior before moving to the Caribbean where she has been sailed during the winter months. Jubilee has been hauled each summer and the owners have completed any required maintenance every year. Jubilee is well equipped and "cruise ready"! What are you waiting for? Call today for additional information.


Construction Details
Jubilee was built in 1990 at the Ta Yang yard in Taiwan.  Designed by Canadian Naval Architect Bob Harris, she carries the Vancouver name Harris gives to each of his cruising to yachts.  She also carries the Tayana brand name of all yachts manufactured and sold by Ta Yang.  Thus you may hear this design referred to as a Vancouver 42, a Tayana 42, or a Tayana Vancouver 42. This vessel has a solid fiberglass hull with a wood-cored deck overlaid with solid teak in the deck walkway and cockpit areas.  Length overall (excluding davits) is 41'9".  Waterline length is 33'0".  Her beam is 12'6", and her draft is 5'10".  The mast rises 60'10" above the water, not counting the wind instruments and antenna that extend beyond the mast truck to approximately 63'.  This places Jubilee's mast height just below the minimum 65' clearance height of most fixed bridges along the ICW.
You are sure to love this pilothouse design with its open, airy pilothouse salon for lounging and eating, surrounded by 360 degree views of the harbors. The inside helm and navigation stations are also appreciated when underway in inclement weather. In Lake Superior, the current owners modified and improved the initial pilothouse layout, creating an expandable dinette table and sitting area where a fixed U-shaped seating area and smaller table had been. The original dining table is now a slide-out cocktail table secured behind the center cushion of the settee (oposite the dinette). The settee also becomes a slide-out berth for sleeping of an additional adult or two children. One of the highlights of Taiwanese boats like Jubilee is the beautiful joiner work down below.   Jubilee's interior is  finished out in vertical ash staving with teak cabinet doors and trim, as can be seen in the photos. Two steps down from the Pilothouse is a Galley with a gymbaled 3-burner propane stove with oven.  A top loading freezer is next to the double sink, and next to that is a refrigerator which opens either from the top or the side.  Drawers and cupboards are available for ready access to dishes, silverware, cooking utensils, spices, canned goods, and other galley supplies. There is a propane Bar-B-Q grill waiting for that favorite meal to be prepared on-deck. Opposite the galley, also two steps down from the pilothouse, is a small seating area and table, perfect for reading or listening to music.  Next to this area is a double berth which extends under the raised portion of the pilothouse sole (floor). Being in the middle of the boat, this bunk is the most comfortable and secure berth for crew members to sleep in, while not on watch, during overnight passages. When guests are aboard, this berth and lower settee area can be also separated from the rest of the boat by a privacy curtain, creating a 2nd stateroom.   Immediately forward of the lower settee area is the head which also includes a separate enclosed stall shower.  There is a draining wet locker behind the shower for storing wet rain gear, as well as space under a hinged shower seat for storing cleaning and related supplies. Finally, forward of the galley and head/shower is the forward cabin with vee berth.  The vee berth is  approximately 6 1/2' long, and wider than a king bed at the head of the bunk (nearer the galley).  Between this bunk and the galley is a cedar-lined locker for hanging clothes, topped by a large shelf for bed stand items.  Above the vee berth on both sides are full length clothes lockers with vented access doors.  Under the vee berth are clothes drawers, as well as access to additional storage areas through removable panels under the vee berth mattresses. This mattress sits atop a hypervent cushion. Additionally, the berth is fitted with a custom tufted topper and fitted sheets.  Under the foot of the vee berth is a locker for the approximately 250' of 3/8" primary anchor chain.  Another locker just at the end of the vee berth provides access to the secondary anchor rode, consisting of about 30' of 3/8” chain and over 200' of 5/8" nylon braid line.  On deck these two rodes lead through chain pipes to the primary 44 pound Delta anchor and secondary 44 pound Bruce anchor, respectively.  An electric windlass mounted in a deck locker helps with the heavy lifting when these anchors, especially the Delta with it's all chain rode, are being retrieved.
Electrical/Mechanical Highlights
2005 - 75HP Yanmar 4JH3-TE Turbo Charged Diesel 3 Blade Feathering Max Prop 4.5 Kilowatt Northern Lights Diesel Generator Gunnert Refrigeration System with thermostatic fan controlled freezer spillover; and Deep Freezer with Grunnert Cold Plates. 115-amp Balmar Alternator & 2KW Prosine Inverter (will power refrigeration underway) Manual Head
Electronics/Communications Highlights
Datamarine Depth, Speed/Log & Wind Instruments at BOTH Helm Stations Autohelm 6000 Autopilot (Below Deck Hydraulic Drive) Raytheon R20 Radar (20 mile range) ICOM VHF Radio with remote cockpit mic. Kenwood SSB Cell Phone Booster Antenna Raymarine 425  and A65 Chart Plotters AIS offers additional safety when underway. Radar Reflector(s) - 2  
Ground Tackle
250' 3/8" Anchor Chain for primary 44# Delta anchor 30' 3/8" chain and over 200' 5/8" nylon rode for secondary 44# Bruce anchor Approximately 150' of 5/8" three strand rode (with chain) for deploying 2500 Danforth stern anchor. Fortress FX23 with 200' of rode. An spare rode is stored under V-berth. Electric Windlass mounted in deck locker
Other Extras
1990 Caribe Dinghy and Nissan Outboard Avon (6-man) Liferaft (current certification). There are two, 20# Aluminum propane tanks on-board to ensure many months of cooking gas supply.
Owners personal items not listed here are not a part of this sale. 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 this vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyers desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
See more details at Available for co-brokerage on a 50/50 basis.