Sly 42 is a Fast Cruiser with racer performance, but with ease of manoeuvres marking it as a winner for tranquil pleasure sailing, even with a crew of just two. Offers motor-powered manoeuvring agility and excellent liveability in both its interiors and on deck.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 41 ft 10 in
Beam: 12 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 8 ft 2 in
Displacement: 15211 lbs
Ballast: 5555 lbs
Dry Weight: 15211 lbs
Drive Type: Sail drive
Engine Option 1: 1x 40 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (83 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (44 Gallons)
The standard version include 3 cabins (1 forward, 2 aft) and 2 head compartments.
The fittings arrangement
guarantees easy movement from one part of the yacht to the next, considerable stowage space, comfort and
The furniture and the bulkheads are in marine plywood and in composite (Laricross®) respectively
with visible sections in teak and enamelling.
Frame trims are solid wood.
The light colouring of enamelled
sections along with the timberwork provide the interiors with a sensation of a light-filled, spacious
Openings: one port and one hatch.
The forward cabin is fitted with a double berth and bedside tables, large
locker under the bed with separate compartments.
A spacious wardrobe with hangers and a low cabinet, is
adjacent the private forward head compartment.
The mattresses have removable covers as standard in nonstain,
flame-proof microfibre fabric.
Forward head compartment
The head compartment has a port.
It is furnished on a plastic reinforced by incorporated fibreglass
moulded platform with a water collection tank and an electrical pump for the discharge.
It is equipped
with a wash unit - stainless steel wash basin and elliptical top in Plexiglas -, mixer tap and flexible
shower, accessory holder, mirror and marine WC.
The floor has an integrated grid shower base in solid
The spacious and comfortable saloon is aired via a hatch which can be opened and the port located near the
The dinette has the typical semicircle shaped layout.
The rectangular table slides aft to
facilitate forward seating.
The table legs and base units are in aluminium.
Various storage units, above the
sofa backrests, make easy the stowage.
All sofas are fitted with cushions, which have removable covers as
standard in non-stain, flame-proof microfibre fabric.
The top ceiling are in marine plywood, removable and
finished in scai leather.
The 12V electrical circuit is supplied via three 120 Ah service batteries.
Via the alternator dependent on motorization.
Quick 40 Ah battery-charger, 220 V supply (via socket
protected by a circuit breaker), electrical cable.
A 12 V electrical panel is located above the chart table.
The electrical panel also provides information on
voltmeter consumption, 12 V, Ah 12 V, voltmeter 220 V, level indicator of water and diesel tank.
socket 12 V, plug 220 V, is located below the panel.
Lighting and sockets
Halogen lighting (spotlights and reading lamps) provide light to the various spaces for greater comfort.
spotlights in the forward cabin
reading lights in the forward cabin
spotlights in the head compartments
spotlights in the saloon
spotlights over the galley
chart table light
spotlight in each aft cabin
reading light in each aft cabin
navigation, engine, mooring and deck lights
Teak top work with high coaming in solid wood around the work surface to avoid falling objects.
steel double sink with mixer tap.
145L refrigerator with separate compartments.
Easy-access waste bin
below the top work.
Shelving unit below the top work and drawer unit with container basket.
The gimballed 2-burner hob and oven have a steel burner-protection bar.
Cupboards with doors are fitted
along the hull, above the work surface.
Model and manufacturer: VOLVO D2-40
Power: Hp (Kw) 40 (29)
Propeller power: Hp (Kw) 38 (28)
Starter motor (2 kW)
Alternator: 12 V/115 Ah
Single lever remote control
Display provided by the constructor
Folding ?duck-billed? type propeller
The ignition and engine control panel is located to the side of the helm.
The fuel tank is centrally located in the tunnel below the cockpit, between the two aft cabins.
It has a 170
litre capacity and is equipped with a level indicator.
A 44 Ah/730 starter battery is specifically dedicated
to engine ignition and separated by the consumption batteries.
In case of need the consumption batteries
can be used for the engine ignition.
Recess moulded sandwich with E-glass and carbon fibre
surfacing, PVC and epoxy resin core, the latter
guaranteeing hull protection against osmosis.
bulkheads are of 27 mm ?Laricross ®? sandwich
panelling, except for the mast bulkhead which is of
The structure (cage), with recess-moulded
frame floor of carbon fibre, laminated with epoxy resin,
ensures the spread of all stress and pressure points to
guarantee equal and reduced strain on the hull.
The hull and deck are glued on a 120 mm overlay flange.
The hull, deck and cockpit will have a white gel-coat finishing.
On the coach roof, cockpit deck and walkways,
a non-slip finishing is provided by a special coat of ice white ?Awl-Grip?.
Wire steering with chain is composed as follows:
1.000 mm diameter aluminium wheels
2 steering columns of plastic reinforced by incorporated fiberglass
1 aluminium quadrant
Stainless steel wires
Pinions with chains
Aluminium emergency helm
In anodised aluminium:
2 forward cleats
2 aft cleats
Pulpits and stanchions
The pulpits and stanchions are in 25 mm diameter, 2 mm thickness, mirror-finish AISI 316 stainless steel
tubing (the two forward stanchions on each side are provided with little wheels against sails friction).
Two guardrails in 5 mm diameter stainless steel cable with own rigging screws.
8 stowage lockers:
1 deep aft locker offering ample stowage
2 side lockers in the cockpit seating, easily accessible and extending to broadside
2 side lockers aft of the steering on the cockpit sides
1 cockpit locker for a self-inflating life raft
1 forward locker for sail stowage and gas bottle housing
anchor stowage locker
Aft ward chart table, chart stowage under table top, organizer unit with shelf and drawers.
Seat on the
Instruments panel to the left side of the seat.
The German mainsail sheet reels to below deck and up to the winches
Mainsail track and carriage (Harken)
2 boom end blocks (Harken)
2 deck entry blocks (Harken)
2 deck exit blocks (Harken)
The genoa system is composed of:
2 genoa tracks (Harken)
2 genoa bearing carriages (Harken)
2 genoa sheet return blocks (Harken)
4 mainsail sheet return blocks (Harken)
Self-tailing, aluminium winches produced by Harken: