1982 Warwick 42
| If you are ready to start your round the world cruise, bring your gear and food aboard and cast off the lines on this fully equipped, rugged blue-water cruise ready sloop, a New Zealand built, former racer that has been round the world 1.5 times including round the horn. |
While she shows her age, she is still as sturdy as the day she was launched.
It is a great boat for a couple or small family to start their cruising dream on.
While this boat may feel a little cozy for a 42’ boat, it has loads of storage space needed for extended cruising and comes fully equipped with all navigation, safety, self-steering, autopilot, dinghy, tools, manuals, rigging and sails needed for easy, successful cruising.
Its ease of handling is demonstrated by the current owner, in his early 70’s, doing extensive solo cruising to St Johns, NL and to Bermuda and down to the Grenadines and Bahamas thru a few gales from its home port in Groton, CT.
The boat comes with an extensive inventory of spare equipment available upon request, equipment parts and consumables plus redundant critical navigation equipment, and an extensive set of both owner manufacturer generated user manuals for operating the vessel.
Construction Cosmetic layer of fiberglass over a rot-proofed, triple diagonal, cold molded hull of Kauri pine.
The advantages of this hull over fg is that it can be as strong, is lighter and runs much quieter at sea.
The deck is coated with Sani-Tred Liquid Rubber Base over 3/8” teak planks bonded & screwed to 3/8” marine plywood.
The hull is attached to a 9500 lb lead fin keel.
The boat is currently docked in Groton, CT, USA and ready for pickup and cruising.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
General Construction Information-
Builder: Alan Robertson-
Designer: Alan Warwick-
Flag of Registry: US-
Hull: Fiberglass skin over triple-diagonal cold molded hull of ¼” thick Kauri pine planks.
Keel: Fin keel.
Rudder: Skeg mounted.
Year Built: 1982.
LOA: 12.8 m (42 ft).
Beam: 3.3 m (12 ft).
Minimum Draft: 2.1 m (6’ 10”).
Displacement: 9070 kg (20,000 lbs).
Ballast: (9,500 lbs).
Headroom (max): 6' 6".
Engine & Drivetrain.
Engine Brand: Westerbeke 40.
Engine Power: 40 hp.
Engine Type: Inboard.
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel.
Engine Hours: 1550.
Transmission: Paragon 2:1 reduction.
Propeller: 2 fixed blades left-hand.
Drive Type: Direct Drive.
Cruising Speed: 7 knots.
Tanks: Fresh Water Tanks: Two epoxy over wood (under main cabin berths) 680 liters total (180 gal).
Fuel Tanks: 1 Stainless 50 gal (190 Liters) (under quarter-berth).
Number of single berths: 2.
Number of double berths*: 2.
*Qtr berth is a double berth for small people.
Number of heads: 1.
Electric anchor windlass,
Monitor Windvane self-steering,
Raymarine ST-6000 Autopilot,
3 Solar Panels with Individual MPPT Charge Controllers (280 watts total),
9.5 ft Zodiac Model HP 275 Inflatable Dinghy with Inflatable Floor,
2 Nissan 3.5 hp 2 cycle Outboard Motors.
Bimini/Dodger with side panels down to lifelines.
Boarding Ladder, stainless clip-on for either port or stbd gates.
Sheet tailbags (4).
The boat is wired for both 12 vdc and 120 vac shore power.
12 vdc Components:
Bank 1: 4 GC-2 6v lead acid Golf Cart Batteries (series/parallel).
Bank 2: 2 deep discharge 12v lead acid batteries in parallel.
Engine Battery: 1 deep discharge 12v lead acid battery
60 amp engine driven alternator.
2 - 80 watt solar panels.
100 watt solar panel.
Air-X Wind Generator.
120 vac System:
120 vac 30 amp shore power connector in anchor locker.
120 vac outlets in bow, head, main cabin port & stbd, galley and below nav station.
120 vac fluorescent lamp in hanging locker.
Truecharge 40 (40 amp) battery charger for selected house bank & engine battery.
1500 watt Inverter powered by selected house bank.
Two 30 amp, 30 ft shore power cables.
Adapter cables to connect inverters & aux gen to 120v house power system.
Electronics, Communication & Navigation.
Laptops, 1 HP DV5000 & 1 Dell Pavillion with Open CPN navigation software & with:
World vector charts,
Raster charts for Eastern Canada, US, Bermuda, & Caribbean,
GPS, 3 Royal Tek USB mouse,
GPS, Garmin 350
VHF radio with interior & exterior speakers,
VHF handheld radio,
AIS receiver w separate antenna.
SSB radio (Ham enabled),
Radar, Furuno Model 1831with 24 in radome mounted on Waltz leveler.
Compass, electronic hand bearing
Clipper Wind System,
Clipper Depth Sounder,
Raymarine Model ? sumlog,
Alpha Network WiFi booster antenna,
Weather Instrument (Temp/Barometer/Rel Humidity),
Westbend Clock/Triple Timer Alarm.
Jordan Series Drogue
Two Spotlights mounted on Radar Pole to illuminate sails & deck
Life Raft, Plastismo Cruiser 4 (needs recertification)
EPIRB, McMurdo G5 SmartFind Plus 406
Man Overboard Pole, Horseshoe Buoy & Strobe Lamp
Main boom preventer
Port & stbd jack lines installed
Fire Extinguishers, 3 dry chemical
Fire Extinguisher, Halon w auto deployment
PFD, Self-Inflating w Harness, Qty 3
PFDs, 3 USCG Approved
Safety harnesses (4?)
Interior and exterior manual whale gusher pumps
Separate masthead and radar pole anchor lamps
Lockable stainless rod mesh security grates (for companionway & forward hatch)
Anchoring & Ground Tackle & Docking
Anchor, 45 lb Bruce type with 35 ft chain & 300 ft 1”d nylon rode
Anchor, 35 lb Bruce type with 25 ft chain & 200 ft ¾”d nylon rode
200 ft ¾”d spare nylon rode
Electric windlass mounted aft of anchor locker
Flopper stoppers (2)
Two 3 ft long sideboards with fenders
Dinghy & Support Equipment
West Marine Model ? 9 ft Inflatable Dinghy w inflatable floor & oars.
Outboard Motors, Two Nissan 2.5.
2 Dinghy Anchors & portable running light.
Water & Sewage:
Pressurized water at galley & head sinks,
Manual fresh water pump in galley sink,
Manual sea-water pump in galley sink,
Manual valve to select either “port or stbd or both” tanks,
Holding tank, 12 gal (sorry about this, but expansion possible).
Gimballed propane 2 burner range with oven,
Propane Tanks, Three 11 lb galv steel,
Automatic LP tank switchover when tank empties,
Sealed LP locker holding 2 – 11 lb propane tanks,
Top loading refrigerator, ? cu ft, 12vdc or 240vac.
LED lighting except for fluorescent lights in galley & head,
New foam in main cabin and quarter berth cushions,
Canvas leeboards on main cabin berths for seagoing berth use,
Wood berth width extenders & cushions for dockside berth use,
Storm gear locker next to companionway,
Interior teak handrails on main cabin stbd passage and in head.
Sails, Rigging & Running Gear-
Sloop rig, keel stepped, painted aluminum mast & spreaders,
Reef-Rite genoa furler with cam-lock,
Baby stay connected to mast and with all hardware needed to deploy if desired.
Adjustable ? ft to ? ft, 4"d whisker pole,
Slab mainsail reefing with lazyjacks.,
Two mainsails, Doyle primary and a back up in good condition,
UK Halsey 125 genoa,
Two spare genoas, 150 & 115 in good condition.
Two spare masthead halyards.
Four Barlow #68 two speed self-tailing genoa winches in cockpit.
Barlow #26 main sheet winch (rarely needed),
Two Barlow #22 & #26, deck mounted, two speed winches at base of mast,
Two Barlow #22 & #26, winches on either side of companionway,
For topping lift and boom-vang use.
Boom winch for main outhaul,
Petzl Ascenders (2).
Maintenance/Repair Support & Recreational Equipment:
Many different country flags including all Caribbean, CA, some Med, So Am, & SE Asia.
Scuba regulator on 50’ air hose (for cleaning bottom),
Scuba tanks (2),
Scuba wet suit, men’s large.
Diving mask, snorkel & fins (2),
Air compressor, 120 vac oil-less w 1 gal air tank,
(for cleaning bottom; operates on the 1500w inverter).
Weight belt with weights.