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65Roses is a very clean 2001 42’ Silverton Convertible. This vessel has been on a regular detail-and- maintenance schedule and shows very well. The boat has had many recent updates, a few notables include:
-Bamboo LVT flooring in the salon
-SeaDek on the cockpit floor and stairs leading up to the bridge
-New Vinyl combing bolsters
Recent Engine Upgrades
-Engine bay detailed and painted
-New Raw Water Pumps
-New After Coolers
If you are in the market for a pristine well cared for Silverton 42, hurry to schedule a showing get aboard. This is arguably the nicest example of the Silverton 42 on the water today.
Measuring out at 8'1"x12/1" the cockpit has plenty of space to entertain or fish with room to move around freely. Newly installed Seadek covers the cockpit floor as well as the steps leading up to the flybridge. The cockpit has upgraded vinyl bolsters, a transom door, cockpit shower, a molded gear or tackle locker with a cutting board and sink and fresh and raw water wash down and a cable master electric shore power reel. The swim platform is equipped with a swim ladder that stows away out of sight and a hand grab to make getting out of the water easy! Underwater and cockpit lighting provide exceptional ambiance after the sun goes down.
The flybridge is easily accessible thanks to the molded fiberglass stairs and abundant grab rails. The bridge has a centerline helm with well placed easy to read instrumentation and electronics. A helm seat and companion seat are well placed. Ahead of the helm are two curved bench seats, with storage beneath that make the flybridge a popular spot for all guests while under way. The hardtop is in excellent condition as well as the canvas enclosure, allowing for great clear visibility.
Compass - Ritchie Powerdamp
VHF- Standard Horizon
GPS - Garmin 740 Chartplotter, Furuno GP-1850, Raymarine RC530
Radar - Furuno
Autopilot - Simrad AP22
Searchlight - Jabsco Remote
Horn- 12V Electric / Air horn
Sony Stereo, Vizio TV in Salon, Phillips TV in Stateroom, Sony DVD,
Central Vac system
As you open the sliding glass doors and step into the salon you are greeted by a cheery modern interior. Upgraded pull down shades allow for soft light to filter in without the sun beating in, the open windshield with it's canvas coverings offer the same natural light to flow into the cabin. The air conditioning keeps the boat cooled to the perfect temperature in the summer and the reverse cycle heat keeps the space cozy on the colder days.
To starboard is an ultra leather sofa that coverts to a pullout bed, and an entertainment center built into the aft port bulkhead and a dinette that is forward that is slightly off center to port. This layout allows guests to relax, watch tv while facing each other without hindering new arrivals. The TV is even seen by those in the galley so the nightly news can be seen while making dinner. There is a rod storage locker above the dinette that allows rods to be safely stored while being out of sight.
The salon flooring has been recently upgraded to a bamboo vinyl, a very nice upgrade from the carpeted interior flooring.
Two easy steps down from the salon is is the aisle style galley. Beneath the steps are the main battery switches. To starboard you are greeted by a bright and modern Corian counter tops, cherry cabinetry, two burner electric 120V stove, deep sink and a Sharp Convection Microwave. There are no less than 18 drawers and lockers for food, utensils and dishes and cookware. The low profile Nova cool fridge and freezer are to port. There is a wine rack built into the table next to the sofa in the salon.
The owner stateroom is outfitted with a queen innerspring mattress, two hanging lockers and drawer storage below the bed. There is private access to both the shower and head from this cabin.
The guest cabin is two port and has a double bed with an innerspring mattress. There is a hanging locker in this cabin as well as drawer storage beneath the bed.
The convenient split head and shower arrangement is nice design that will certainly please everyone. Forward of the galley to starboard is the door to the head with a VacuFlush head, a vanity with a molded sink, sliding doors to stow belongings off the counter, there storage below and a medicine cabinet that also provides storage. An opening port allows for natural light and airflow to fill the space. The owner stateroom has access to the head from their cabin. To port there is a molded fiberglass shower stall and seat.