Catamaran For Sale -- Privilege 42 (USA)

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Asking: $179,000 (USD) Location: San Diego (USA)
S/V Falkor is a San Diego based 1995 Privilege 42 Catamaran For Sale By Owner
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. Trades will not be considered.

S/V Falkor is a 1995 Privilege 42 cruising catamaran for sale by owner. This is hull #6 sailing catamaran, identified as Hull Identification Number XCP42241B595, U.S. Coast Guard Documentation No. 1033358.

She was built by Jeantot Marine, in Les Sables d’Olonne, France in 1995. The Privilege 42 replaced the very successful Privilege 39, a popular boat in the bareboat charter trade. She continues the tradition of a luxury craft designed for families and friends or charter work. The new design is much faster than the 39, making her an exciting, yet safe boat to sail.

The larger hulls add three additional feet of length and one additional foot in width, while the interior space has also been enlarged and features 6’5″ headroom in the saloon and 6’4″ in the hulls. The multihull industry was impressed, as both the Privilege 45 and 42 were chosen as ‘Boat of the Year’ in the USA , by Cruising World in 1995 and 1996.

This boat has it all and is ready to take you away! Falkor was originally a four stateroom, four head model; the forward, starboard stateroom and head have been repurposed into a utility room that now houses the genset, watermaker, an Engle AC/DC refrigeration/freezer unit, tools and supplies.

The fin keels of the Privilege 42 were originally layered with Kevlar with the intention of being beached; thus, you could perform much of your hull work without a haul out if you can find the right conditions.

This is a true live-aboard vessel, equipped for a cruising lifestyle – NOT a day sailor! Falkor is ready to cruise to Mexico and beyond. However, it must be said that compared to local real estate prices, this catamaran offers an unparalleled value to a handy, individual, couple or family looking to affordably live in the area and regularly enjoy the greatest views/on-the-water lifestyle possible in San Diego!

Falkor is primed for an electronics overhaul and/or re-powering, but existing systems are in serviceable condition for a competent sailor.

Current Mexico Temporary Import Permit (TIP) will be cancelled at buyer’s request so that the vessel may be registered under a new permit under the buyer’s name.

Last Survey March 2019
Personal effects not included
All reasonable offers from interesting people will be considered;-)
Turn-key and sail away! Can be delivered for offshore delivery.

Current Location: End-tied in Chula Vista Marina, San Diego, California USA (slip lease can transfer with approved application!)

Recent Work Performed

  • New hull striping in May 2022
  • New bottom paint in May 2022
  • New prop shafts (x2), struts and cutlass bearings in May 2022

Specifications
Catamaran Name: S/V Falkor
Model: 42
Year Built: 1995
Builder: Jeantot Marine (France)
Designer: Marc Lombard Architecture Navale
Construction: GRP-foam sandwich
Loa: 12.8 m (42 ft)
Lwl: 11.23 m (36 ft 10 in)
Beam: 7.01 m (23 ft)
Headroom: 6'4" (hulls)
Draft: 1.19 m (3 ft 11 in)
Displacement: approx 10 tons
Mast Height: 19.8 m (65 ft)
Fuel Tanks: 107 gals/ 405 ltrs
Water Tanks: 132 gals/ 500 ltrs
Holding Tanks: 30gal
Cabins: 3+
Heads: 3
Galley Location: Down
Engines: 2 x Yanmar 3GM30F
Engine Hours: Engine 1 - 7400 hrs; Engine 2 - 6700 hrs
Sails: Fully-battened Doyle Mainsail (2009) and Headsail (2015) in good shape;
Storm Jib (never used);
Asymmetrical Spinnaker and sock (inspected and serviced in 2020) with almost-new hardware in new sail bag.
Headsail is on a Pro Furl roller furling headstay

Layout Diagram

Catamaran Inventory

Sails & Rigging

  • Fully-battened Doyle Mainsail (2009) in good shape
  • Doyle Headsail (2015) on a Pro Furl roller furling headstay
  • Storm Jib (never used)
  • Spinnaker and sock (inspected and serviced in 2020) with almost-new hardware in new sail bag
  • All sails properly covered or stored at all times
  • Standing rigging is believed to be mostly original but is in good condition
  • Running rigging lines are of various ages but all in good condition
  • Spectra-type main halyard (2017)
  • Spectra-type control line for furler (2016)
  • Two 30 STs Lewmar self-tailing manual winches
  • One 40 ST Lewmar self-tailing manual winch
  • Two 44 STs Lewmar self-tailing manual winches
  • Two 50 STs Lewmar self-tailing manual winches
  • Milwaukie 18v “Winch Buddy”
  • ATN Top Climber with dedicated line

Auxilliaries

  • Two Yanmar 3GM30F 27hp auxiliary diesels (serial nos. 2S4404B and 2S4407B, approx. 7400 and 6700 hrs, respectively with Racor fuel filtration; oil sampled and tested with each oil change; original Yanmar control panels, hours meters and throttles in poor but usable condition)
  • Two 15x12 3-blade propellers turned via shaft drives
  • New prop shafts, struts and cutlass bearings in May 2022
  • Engine mounts new in 2016 (extra set onboard)
  • Starting batteries new in 2021
  • Two diesel fuel tanks of approximately 200 liters/53 gallons each (405 liters/107 gallons total capacity) monitored by Tank Tender
  • Numerous spare parts onboard including various belts, filters, gaskets, impellers, water pump housings and rebuild kits

Ground Tackle

  • Lofrans Monza Leopard 1200w 12v electric windlass (solenoid rebuilt in 2019)
  • Rocna 25kg main anchor with 225 feet of 10mm (3/8”) chain rode on a Kong stainless steel swivel (anchor regalvanized in 2021; chain flipped in April 2022)
  • Bruce 20kg secondary anchor with 30ft of chain and 200ft of 5/8” rode
  • Fortress 20lb stern anchor with 15ft of 5/16” chain rode
  • Various other smaller and dinghy anchors
  • Bridle with stainless steel ABI chain grabber
  • Windlass foot switches located near the bow roller with a remote toggle switch at the starboard helm station

Shore/Docking Tackle

  • Large F-6 fenders (new covers in 2021)
  • 3-strand dock lines for home dock
  • New double braided dock lines for guest dock/raft-ups
  • Serviceable shore power cord for 30amp service

Tender

  • Caribe Lite 11.5ft aluminum bottom rigid inflatable tender (Serial No. VE-EMD L1059H809)
  • High-quality inflatable dinghy wheels and replacement tubes
  • Powered by Yamaha Enduro 15hp two-stroke outboard (Serial No. 1074115 power head in excellent condition; starts on first or second pull)
  • Dinghy and outboard covered with chaps (current chaps/covers made in 2020 with PTFE “forever thread”) and stored on stainless steel stern dinghy davits
  • Magnet-mounted navigation lights
  • Outboard throttle extension
  • Oars/mounts
  • Some spare parts for outboard

Cockpit

  • This is the biggest, best cockpit of any catamaran of this size. It is the main social area of the boat.
  • The large teak cockpit table on rigid stainless steel legs, even when fully extended, does not prevent the safe and easy sailing of the boat.
  • Two West Marine Kingfish II deck chairs (2020)
  • Eight cockpit lockers, including one drinks cooler/ice chest, offer an amazing amount of storage space
  • Custom hard-top bimini is a significant improvement over the factory, folding canvas bimini
  • Canvas cockpit enclosure and dodger with eisenglass
  • Matching main sail stack pack cover; winch covers, cockpit table cover, helm instrumentation covers and steering wheel covers – all in good condition
  • Complete set of closed-cell foam cushions
  • Polycarbonate and Perko door latch/lock in companionway doors new in 2020

Electrical

  • Phasor/Kubota 8.5kw AC Diesel generator with separate 25gal fuel tank (Serial No. ES D1005D; less than 3k hrs!)
  • Four Kyocera 135w solar panels installed on a rack above the dinghy davits (540w total)
  • Outback FlexMax 80 MPPT solar charge controller
  • Xantrex Freedom 25 (2500w) modified sine wave inverter/charger with remote panel at nav station
  • Four 6v Kirkland signature 105 wet cells (house bank >5yrs old) - in 2S2P configuration gives 220ah at 12v with Link Lite remote monitor
  • Most lighting changed to LEDs

Freshwater Systems

  • Two stainless steel freshwater tanks with 500 liters/132 gallons total capacity monitored by Tank Tender
  • Village Marine “No Frills” AC watermaker produces up to 95 ltr/hr (25gal/hr) – membranes approximately 5 yrs old, but limited use with regular flushing or pickling
  • Bimini rain catchment system with over 100sf of surface area!
  • Noritz on-demand propane primary water heater
  • Engine (port) hot water heat exchanger circulates heat to a 10gal water heater tank that also contains a 110v heating element

Navigation/Communications

  • Standard Horizon VHF radio at nav station with satellite speaker at helm
  • Uniden Handheld VHF (2020)
  • SIMRAD 3G Radar and NSS evo2 Chartplotter and multiplexer (Note that chartplotter/radar is located at nav station, but accessible via tablet or phone (not included) remote app)
  • ACR Class B AIS
  • Raymarine ST6002 Autohelm with a Ratheon drive and remote control
  • iCom M-802 SSB HF radio with an AT 140 auto tuner and USB PACTOR Modem
  • Raymarine ST60 TriData depth finder, log, wind speed and direction instruments (needs an upgrade)
  • Two Plastimo 6in. compasses at helm station binnacles (only one in good condition)
  • Additional GPS instruments
  • WiFi signal booster and router
  • LED tricolor, anchor and navigation lights
  • Seth Thomas ship’s clock
  • Precision barometer
  • Various cruising books and charts

Safety

  • ACR 706 EPIRB (tested and battery replaced in 2019)
  • Three self-inflatable life jackets with good cartridges and an assortment of throwable and class three jackets
  • Dan Buoy Man Overboard system (throwable) New in 2021
  • Yellow horseshoe buoy
  • Emergency tiller
  • Life lines and stanchions in good shape, mostly original
  • Six fire extinguishers new in 2020
  • Galley smoke and carbon monoxide detector new in 2019
  • Assorted flares and signaling devices
  • Radar reflector
  • LifeSling Man Overboard system (missing the lifelines mount/case)
  • Life raft pictured is inoperable
  • Escape hatches likely inoperable

Galley

  • Force 10 three-burner propane stove with oven and broiler installed 2015
  • Saltwater foot pump at sink next to freshwater faucet
  • Microwave oven
  • Sea Frost 110v AC holding plate freezer
  • Sea Frost 110v AC and 12v DC holding plate refrigerator
  • Portable AC/DC Engle 35qt fridge/freezer
  • Portable stainless steel BBQ used for cockpit grilling
  • Two 5-gal fiberglass propane tanks
  • Complete set of Corelle dishes
  • Magma stainless pots and pans and utensils

Interior

  • Headroom of 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) in the hulls and 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) in the saloon
  • Alcantara fabric covered settee cushions and aft salon wall
  • Cherry wood interior - veneer is failing in multiple locations, but still looks great in most visible areas, especially in salon and aft staterooms
  • Talavera sinks in aft staterooms
  • Queen-sized mattresses in each stateroom (x3)
  • Marine Aire 12k BTU heat pump/air conditioner and Passport II control panel
  • Multiple 12v fans and space heaters
  • 17 deck hatches and 10 porthole windows for excellent airflow and natural light while underway or at anchor; all hatches are original with varying degrees of hazing, but all in good shape; retractable screens are inoperable
  • Three Jabsco heads (one electric) with one 30gal holding tank in port forepeak locker with Dometic vent filter (note holding tank plumbed to only one head)

Entertainment

  • LG flat screen monitor
  • Alpine MP3 stereo
  • Bose interior speakers and OEM cockpit speakers
  • Custom projector screen for cockpit

Fishing Gear

  • One stanchion-mounted fishing pole holder
  • Hand line and multiple lures
  • Miscellaneous knives and supplies
  • One crab pot