42′ Hank Hinckley Ocean Cruiser 42

Priced to Sell

$29,000

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YEAR

1985

LENGTH

42ft

Engine/Fuel

Single Diesel

Hull Material

Fiberglass

BVI Yacht Sales Overview

What do you get when you add legendary build quality and timeless classic design to continuous careful owner care? 

You get Cadenza; A true classic and fantastic offshore sailing yacht. If you are searching for a beautiful constructed classic with a semi modern yet conservative hull form and unquestionably one of the best built cruising yachts of all time, please take a careful look at Cadenza. Her tried and true lines and intelligently laid out interior layout, combines with an easily handled sail plan to produce a sailing yacht like no other. Beautiful from any angle at anchor and seakindly even in big seas, this well-mannered and brilliantly conceived yacht has the ability to take you far and wide and will surely be one of  the most beautiful yachts in any anchorage you visit.

 She was in dry storage at Nanny Cay when Hurricane Irma dis-masted the boat. She has sat in storage since, with the mast remnants in the mast rack. The bottom half of the spar is not usable, but the fittings and rigging are mostly there. A used mast set up with new rigging etc can be had here locally for around $20,000 or new for around $30,000. The boat also needs topside repaint, deck repaint and interior refinishing. The motor has been started and run on a regular basis over the past two years and the boat has been cleaned a few times inside and out as well. She is an excellent boat and ideal for a hands on DIY fixer upper, but will not be a good choice for someone that needs to hire the boatyard to do the refit.

  • Kubota, 50 HP, 1999, Diesel
  • Engine Alarms
  • Raw Water Sea Strainer
  • Emergency Stop
  • Fresh Water Cooling
  • Kubota Oil Filter
  • Raycor Fuel Filter (2)

 

  • Bilge Pump, elec/auto
  • Steering Wheel, manual
  • Propane Shut off Valves
  • Fire Extinguishers (3), dry
  • Emergency Tiller

 

  • Pots, Pans, Utensils
  • Double Stainless Steel Sink
  • Laminate Countertop
  • Refrigeration, Adler, Compartment (1), top opening, plates (2)
  • Stove, burners (4), oven/broiler, gas grill
  • Water heater, Eligine
  • Pressurized Fresh Water
  • Vacuflush Heads plumbed to use Water from Fresh Water Tanks to Reduce Odor
  • No Screens for Companionway but Screens for Hatches
  • Boat is plumbed for both Holding and Pumping overboard

 

  • Autopilot, Autohelm ST7000
  • Primary chart plotter, Raymarine
  • Primary GPS
  • Primary VHF radio, Icom
  • Secondary VHF, Icom, hand held
  • Radar (not operational)
  • Depth sounder
  • Speed & distance logs
  • SSB radio
  • Direction finder & wind direction (chart plotter)
  • Compass
  • Stereo
  • Stereo speakers
  • EPIRB

 

  • House batteries (2)
  • Engine battery (1)
  • Windlass (house)
  • Wind generator, Kiss
  • Shore power cord
  • Voltage/Amp meter

 

  • BROKEN MAST, Boom Intact.
  • Mainsheet Traveler
  • Winches, Barient, (2) Cockpit Self-tailing, (1) Deck, (1) Mast
  • Drifter Headsail (2010)

 

  • Primary Anchor, Plow, Chain 2010  Rode 2012 
  • Secondary Anchor, Fortress
  • Dinghy Anchor, Carib
  • Bow Anchor Roller
  • Bow Pulpit and Rails
  • Bimini Top 
  • Dodger/Sprayhood
  • Cockpit Cushions
  • Cockpit Table
  • MOB Equipment
  • Life Jackets (6)
  • Lifering/Horseshoe
  • Propane Tanks (2)
  • Vented Propane Locker
  • Dinghy davits (manual)
  • Side Stanchions and Lifelines, Stainless Steel (some damaged)
  • Anchor Windlass, Barient
  • Barbeque
  • Navigation Lights
  • Deck Wash Down System
  • Dorade Vents
  • Deck Light
  • Navigation Light
  • Caprails Teak
  • Swim Ladder
  • No Hard Bottom Dinghy, but does have smaller (6hp) Nissan Engine.

 

Yacht name

Cadenza

LOCATION

Nanny Cay, British Virgin Island

Dimensions

Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in

 

Engines

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Kabota
Engine Model: P44903 (2000)
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Driverive

Engine Power: 76 HP

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (200 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (100 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (40 Gallons)