Egg Harbor Sport Yachts don’t come to market often but when they do, they typically don’t last long. “Sir Reel” is an excellent example of a well maintained, outfitted and upgraded 42 SY. Her Yanmar 500’s, provide an efficient and comfortable cruise, all maintenance is up-to-date with many recent preventative steps taken. Her flybridge is robust for her size, features a full line of Simrad equipment, FLIR night vision, Furuno radar, FloScans, chirp transducer, engine room cameras and so much more. If you’re in the market for a well-kept 40’ class flybridge vessel, “Sir Reel” has it all and she is ready for her new home.
Enter the new Egg Harbor 42 Sport Yacht's salon, remove your sunglasses, glance around for a few seconds, then put your shades back on. It's just that the satin-varnished teak cabinetry, granite galley sole, and black simulated-granite countertops create such a warm glow it's almost as if the sun were beaming inside. The engine room is just as eye opening, with valance-covered wiring runs, and engraved placards identifying each through-hull fitting.
Although appearance is clearly a strong suit of the 42 Sport Yacht, it's not the only one. In that gentrified engine room, for example, you'll find a matched pair of crash pumps, which turn your powerplants into massive emergency bilge pumps. There's a freshwater washdown and an oil exchange system, so the area will stay clean and looking good.
The cockpit offers the standards you'd expect from a modern production sportfish boat of this size, but it throws in a few extras, too. The single fish box in the sole, for example, is large enough to stow misbehaving crewmembers. It's also macerated and has a lift-out liner.
Besides the envy-inspiring interior and fishy touches, the most unusual thing about the 42 Sport Yacht is its exhaust system. Instead of piping exhaust out the transom, the boat has an underwater exhaust, which eliminates the station wagon effect, a huge benefit. This model has an additional 2” bypass built into each exhaust to avoid any vibration. Boaters sickened by diesel exhaust will love the system. Regardless of how you run this boat, however, everyone will love basking in the satiny glow of the 42 Sport Yacht's interior.
Entry is easy via the large transom door to port. The cockpit is well thought out with, engine room access and added “mezzanine” seating rivaling todays big dollar sportfish. The salon is well appointed with an L-shaped settee with storage below, nook seating for two, and a large flat screen TV. The galley is down to port, well equipped with everything from electric stove to a fridge/freezer combo and ample storage. Down the companionway you will find the guest stateroom to starboard equipped with side-by-side berths and a hanging locker. Opposite to port is a full head with stall shower. The master stateroom is forward boasts an Island queen berth with built-in storage, flat screen TV, ensuite head access, hanging locker and central vacuum. Air conditioning and carpeting throughout.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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