This 1994 Atlantic 42 was built by Beau Bateaux in England to a John Bennett design and has twin Ford Sabre 320L 320 hp diesel engines and is ideal for extended cruising and also inland waterway work due to her airdraft and folding arch. She has a comfortable spacious interior with 2 double cabins (1 forward, 1 aft), 1 twin cabin and 2 heads with shower compartments. Her comfort and stability provide the ideal boat for serious boating.
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This 1994 Atlantic 42 was built by Beau Bateaux in England to a John Bennett design and has twin Ford Sabre 320L 320 hp diesel engines and is ideal for extended cruising and inland waterway work due to her airdraft.
She has a comfortable spacious interior with 2 double cabins (1 forward, 1 aft), 1 twin cabin and 2 heads with shower compartments.
Her comfort and proven stability provide the ideal boat for serious boating and she is presented in great condition.
Part of the design brief for the Atlantic 42 was to have a boat that was equally at home on inland waterways and she will track straight on one engine with a little opposite helm. This opens up a whole new cruising potential.
Length Overall: 13.4m / 43.9'
Length at Waterline: 10.4m / 34.1'
Beam: 4.2m / 13.7'
Max Draft: 1.2m / 3.9'
Displacement: 12,000 kg / 26,500 lbs
Airdraft: Arch up 4.5m / 14.9'. Arch down: 3.3m / 10.9' (Approx.)
2 x Ford Sabre 320L 320 hp 6 cylinder marine diesel engines - freshwater cooled - shaft drive to 3-bladed propellers (23 x 31)
Morse controls to both helms
Trim tabs - Bennett
2 x spade rudders
Bow thruster by Side-power
Genset is a 10 KVA by Geko with independent charging system
Halyard exhaust alarm
Fuel: 2 x 300 l (tbc)
Water: 1 x 400 l (tbc)
Holding tanks: 1 x (tbc)
The saloon is entered from the aft deck via a patio-type door with steps down into the saloon. An abundance of teak joinery welcomes you.
3 Cabins - comprising one spacious master double cabin aft with ensuite heads and separate shower. Excellent stowage. Roof hatch to aft deck.
The forecabin is also a generous double berth with access to ensuite heads with shower. Again plenty of storage. Hatch to foredeck.
The third midships cabin is a twin with access to the same heads and shower. It lies beneath the dinette. Plenty of stowage.
Comfortable main saloon with beige carpet and cream leather upholstery - with settee berth, 2nd fridge, ample stowage and good machinery space access - Helm station to port.
Raised and comfortable U-shaped dinette to starboard will seat 6 and with great visibility too.
Galley is below to port and features a double sink (one small, one large), electric hobb with 4 burners and triple combination Sharp microwave oven. There is also a large fridge and a second smaller fridge in the saloon. Plenty of storage and working space.
Pressurised hot and cold water
Cream leather upholstery
Teak wood interior
Both double cabins had new mattresses in 2012
12v and mains
Battery charging by main engines, shore power and also generator. There is no gas on board.
4 x batteries 200ah (1 for generator, 3 for engines and domestics) with isolator switches
Bow thruster by Side-Power
Electric windlass (Lofrans)
Hot and cold pressurised water system
There is a aircon/heating system installed but it has not been operational under current ownership but it is understood it could be made operational again.
Compass at main helm and on flybridge
Raymarine E-series 7" multi-function display with 2nd unit on flybridge
Raymarine Quantum Radar scanner
VHF with DSC - ICOM IC-M505 with ICOM Commandmic for flybridge
Autohelm ST7000 autopilot
Autohelm Seatalk depth
Autohelm speed and log with Autohelm GPS
All essentials are duplicated at the flybridge helm
Main anchor: 20kg bruce and 10mm chain
Folding radar arch with stainless steel hinges
Dinghy davits in stainless steel by Whittall
Stainless steel deck cleats - 3 per side
Stainless steel guard rails/stanchions with side gates and a set of stainless steel boarding steps
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
Warps and fenders