Was £115,000 now only £99,750
The Humber 42, designed by John Bennett, has classic yet modern lines with excellent sea keeping qualities. Custom built by F. Booker Marine to a very high standard, with amazing attention to detail throughout, she is a spacious, practical and comfortable motor yacht for those who appreciate the very best. Twin Cummins engines installed in 2005 with low hours. Five berths in three cabins. This boat is loaded with a huge inventory and must be viewed to be appreciated.
Viewing by appointment at our Suffolk Office (IP10 0LN) - +44 (0)1473 659 681.
The interior is fitted out to a very high standard with teak joinery. Deckheads, cabin sides and hull are lined with vinyl cloth and teak faced plywood.
Forward Cabin: Center line double berth with hull ports, deck hatch and large lockers.
Forward Heads: En-suite to both the forward cabin and mid cabin. Marine toilet and basin with separate hower compartment near centre line.
Mid Cabin to starboard: Single berth in cabin with lockers.
Galley: Opposite mid cabin with ENO hob and domestic size Country Leisure cooker, oven & grill with gas supply from two 2.75kg butane bottles. LEC stainless steel fridge and freezer. Panasonic 240 microwave oven. Ice maker. Bosch dishwasher. Hot and cold pressurised fresh water system to galley sinks and basins.
Up steps to Saloon: Interior helm position to starboard with double seat, navigation and electronic systems.
U shaped dinette to starboard with table that has double folding leaves and telescopic leg. Settee opposite.
Down stairs to Aft Cabin: Large athwart ships double berth and huge amount of stowage. En-suite heads compartment with marine toilet, basin and shower.
Jabsco 24V pumps for toilets, shower discharge and fresh water system pumps. Stainless steel fresh water tank under aft berth. New waste tank system in 2017 for toilets with deck pump out and gravity discharge.
Eberspacher diesel fired central heating system. Hella cabin fans. Panasonic 240V TV & Panasonic TV/DVD. Pioneer radio/cassette. Steel digital safe. Hatch blinds. Cloth covered foam upholstery. Carpeted throughout. Double lined curtains.
Located below the saloon soleboards in well insulated compartment, twin Cummins QSB, six cylinder, 380hp turbo charged marine diesel engines. The engines built by Cummins in 2004 and installed in 2005. Freshwater cooled via heat exchangers. Single lever controls with duplicate controls on flybridge. Electric start. Shaft drives to four bladed propellers (24in x 26in, handed), with stainless steel rope cutters and PSS non-drip seals. Hull trim plates. Two stainless steel fuel tanks plus two auxiliary rubber tanks are all linked and operated by an electric transfer pump.
Engine hours approximately 600 each. 200 gallon fuel capacity giving approximately 150 mile range at an estimated 18 knot cruising speed. Estimated maximum speed at half load 23 knots.
Vetus 24V bow thruster. 2017 75kgf stern thruster with dual helm controls.
Onan 4kw marine generator in engine compartment, 2004/5. Three cylinders, fresh water cooled and in insulated case. This has only some 350 hours logged.
Custom built in 1988 by F. Booker Marine on the John Bennett designed Humber 42 hull, moulded by Halmatic. Blue spray painted GRP semi-planing hull with spray chines. Alloy/rubber hull rubbing strakes. Stainless steel cleats with large rubbing strips. White GRP superstructure with flybridge and good sized aft deck. Bathing platform with boarding ladder. Wheel steering with hydraulic steering system, hydraulic system upgraded in 2017. Full duplicate controls and helm at flybridge. The wide side decks (non skid paint finish) with substantial guardrails (with netting) make the decks safe and easy to use. Teak to aft deck and paint to flybridge sole. Eight opening alloy framed ports, mid section air intakes. Hull antifouled over a Coppercoat epoxy barrier. Twin bronze spade type rudders. New trim tabs and wiring in 2017. Open pulpit has hinged steps and platform. Aft deck rails are fitted with grp coamings and have a gate. Stainless steel hand rails. Fender baskets on aft rails. Side gates in life rails double as side boarding ladders.
The company normally acts as broker for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.