It’s now over two years since we last listed a 42/44 with very limited supply, especially of the earlier boats. Supplied by us in April 2006, “Benmore Lady” is still with her original owner and features all the regular options for a serious cruising inventory throughout. She has been looked after by an experienced skipper from new and has been professionally coded for passenger carrying purposes. As such she has higher than average running hours however we would normally expect an earlier 42 to be found at around £280 – £300k so this at £245,000 should represent a real “bottom-line buy” for anyone thinking bigger Targa boating.
HiFly flybridge – Dark blue moulded hull – Bow thruster (incl. control on flybridge) – Antifouling & epoxy primer – Tip-up gates in side rails – Lockers/seats in aft deck corners – Bridgedeck box behind pilothouse – Handrails on pilothouse top – Teak deck complete – Teak on fwd seats – Teak on bridgedeck box – Teak on aft corner seats – Teak slats on flybridge seat backs – Teak table for fwd cockpit – Table base on aft deck – Uprated mast & boom – Injected foam in gunwhales – Shower on aft deck, hot & cold – Flybridge instrument cover – Outboard bracket on transom – Mastervolt generator – Modifications for MCA coding (loose equipment required)
Toilet module in forward cabin – Eberspacher diesel heating system – Hull portlights – Extra portlight in fwd cabin – Curtain track & holders – Engine instruments in top panel – Teak lower instrument panel – Upgraded Corian galley top in blue – Fridge 80L (12v) – Microwave in teak module (12v) – Hot water system by calorifier – Holding tank system – Electric aft toilet upgrade
Raymarine E120 chartplotter & GPS – Raymarine E120 plotter on flybridge – Raymarine ST6001 S1G autopilot – Raymarine 4kw radar – Raystar GPS antenna – Raymarine ST60 tridata – Raymarine 240E VHF radio – Raymarine DSM sounder module/transducer – Stereo/CD player – Shorepower 240v system – Auto battery charger – Electric anchor winch system