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1992 Catalina 2 cabin pullman

Olympia, Washington

$94,500

Highly sought-after Catalina 42'

The Shenachie II is a highly desirable vessel and this boat has been loved and served its current family for over 2 decades and now it is ready to take the next group on their adventure!  As the name states, it is a teller of old tales and traditions, and will gladly take you, family and friends to places to start your own.  It has spent the bulk of its moorage time in Lake Washington 1999-2020 and the other in Puget Sound; it loves to explore and has the room to share.

The Catalina 42 is an adaptation of an earlier racing hull designed by Nelson/Marek with a new deck and coach roof, interior and rig.  Two versions of the Catalina 42 have been built, each in a two-or three-stateroom configuration.  The Shenachie II is a 2 stateroom double pullman model that allows for an expanded salon space and far larger galley on the port side.

Aside from changing to a more European style rounded stern, the primary difference between the MK I and MK II is the size and arrangement of the cockpits. The MK I has a larger unobstructed cockpit which tends to be a bit more practical for sailing. 

Just about everything else—the hull, deck, accessories, auxiliary engine and standing rigging—are virtually identical in both the MK I and MK II.  It is thought that more than 1000 Catalina 42's have been built, including the MKII, making it one of the most popular sailboats in its class ever!

Many new upgrades and parts:

All new rigging (3/2022), All new steering (2021), Rebuilt engine with complete exhaust system (9/2019) and only a 130 hours currently, New hot water tank (9/2019) and a recent hull clean with zincs (2/2022).

Now is your chance to own a Catalina 42 and begin telling tales and sharing traditions!

Basic Boat Info

Boat Name: Shenachie II
Make: Catalina
Model: 2 cabin pullman
Year: 1992
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: WN2359RJ
Has Hull ID: Yes

Dimensions

Length: 42 ft
Length Overall: 41'10 ft
Waterline Length: 36 ft
Beam: 13'10 ft
Max Draft: 4'10 ft
Ballast: 8,300 lb

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Yanmar
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 50hp

Other

Heads Count: 2
Boat Class: Sloop

Contact

Cory Burrows
Capital City Yachts

Office

Capital City Yachts
611 Columbia St NW, Suite 1-C
Olympia, Washington, US, 98501
Tel:360-352-2007
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


Interior
  • Sleeps 6 in 3 double berths
  • 2 private stateroom
  • 100 gal water tank - plastic
  • Pressure, hot water
  • 11 gal hot water tank
  • 2 marine heads, 52 gal holding tank - new pipes
  • Holding tank material - plastic
  • 2 showers
  • Stove, oven - CN6
  • 110V Refrigeration w/ ice
Safety
  • Bow rail, stern rail, lifelines
  • 2 fire extinguishers
  • Radar reflector, flare kit, horn
  • Lifesling
Anchor and Rode
  • 2 plow anchors
  • Rode - chain 65 ft, nylon 100 ft
  • Windlass - manual, electric
  • Dodger, canvas covers for sails
Engine - Mechanical - Electrical
  • Yanmar, 4 cylinder, 50 HP, 130 hours
  • Diesel, 46 gallons
  • Bilge Pump - 1 manual, 2 electric
  • New rebuilt engine 9/2019
  • Complete Exhaust redo 9/2019
Navigation - Communication
  • VHF, Depth, Speed, Compass, Stereo, Autopilot, Windspeed/dir, GPS
Comments - Additional Equipment
  • Last haul out - 9/2019
  • Zincs - 2/22
  • Bottom paint - 9/2019
  • Dingy - Avon, Engine - Mercury 15HP
  • Steering - all new components - 2021
  • New hot water tank - 2019
  • Single owner since 1998 
42' Catalina

Highly sought-after Catalina 42'

The Shenachie II is a highly desirable vessel and this boat has been loved and served its current family for over 2 decades and now it is ready to take the next group on their adventure!  As the name states, it is a teller of old tales and traditions, and will gladly take you, family and friends to places to start your own.  It has spent the bulk of its moorage time in Lake Washington 1999-2020 and the other in Puget Sound; it loves to explore and has the room to share.

The Catalina 42 is an adaptation of an earlier racing hull designed by Nelson/Marek with a new deck and coach roof, interior and rig.  Two versions of the Catalina 42 have been built, each in a two-or three-stateroom configuration.  The Shenachie II is a 2 stateroom double pullman model that allows for an expanded salon space and far larger galley on the port side.

Aside from changing to a more European style rounded stern, the primary difference between the MK I and MK II is the size and arrangement of the cockpits. The MK I has a larger unobstructed cockpit which tends to be a bit more practical for sailing. 

Just about everything else—the hull, deck, accessories, auxiliary engine and standing rigging—are virtually identical in both the MK I and MK II.  It is thought that more than 1000 Catalina 42's have been built, including the MKII, making it one of the most popular sailboats in its class ever!

Many new upgrades and parts:

All new rigging (3/2022), All new steering (2021), Rebuilt engine with complete exhaust system (9/2019) and only a 130 hours currently, New hot water tank (9/2019) and a recent hull clean with zincs (2/2022).

 

Now is your chance to own a Catalina 42 and begin telling tales and sharing traditions!

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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