Kadey Krogen 42 Walkaround


Price
AU $295,000 Plus Duty/GST if applicable Finance
Currency
Length
42' 0" - 12.81m
Use
Leisure, Cruising, Live Aboard
Vessel Location
Fort Pierce, Florida Insurance
Year
1985
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP

Dovekie is one of Kadey-Krogen's most popular models and for good reason. This 42' Walk-around has been well maintained by the current owner for the past 16 years and has had many upgrades that make for easier cruising and anchoring including solar panels, large battery bank and hydraulic stern thruster.

She has been to the Bahamas many times and has even circumnavigated the entire Caribbean over an 8 year period. She is the perfect boat for someone looking to go to a remote location, anchor and enjoy the peace and quiet of the beautiful surroundings. She is ready to take you wherever your dreams will allow.

The Krogen 42 - The legendary "salty and seakindly" visionary design with superior cruising characteristics that set the stage for today's Krogen passagemakers.

206 vessels built 1976-1998

There's no mistaking the rugged heritage of the Krogen 42? trawler yacht. Her forebears were hardworking shrimp boats built to respect the sea and ride out any weather. While her profile is far more refined and her quarters the height of comfort, the Krogen 42? is as salty and seagoing safe as those commercial fishing sister ships of yore.

The late naval architect and designer, James S. Krogen, was a master of merging the tried and true with fresh, innovative concepts, creature comforts and convenience. His near-three decades of commercial design gave extra dimension and distinction to his offshore pleasure craft. Outstanding performance is inherent.

The Krogen 42? trawler yacht was designed and constructed for yachtsmen and women who prefer timeless to trendy and solid comfort to making waves. The wineglass transom of her full-keeled displacement hull rises out of the water for minimum drag, maximum efficiency. At 8 knots, her range is close to 2,000 nautical miles.

You can cruise from ocean to ocean or simply while away a weekend in a nearby cove. The whole world of water is securely yours in this stalwart lady.

Salty and seaworthy: the Krogen 42? trawler yacht

Seagoing Comfort, Family-Size
While as salty as they come, the Krogen 42? trawler yacht was thoughtfully planned for privacy, with easy and congenial tri-level living. Practical aspects are integrated with ingenious features to ensure that pleasure trips are truly pleasurable.

The saloon is bright and airy with sliding picture windows for sightseeing and sea gazing even while comfortably seated. The galley is open to the saloon and full of convenience. Quarters below decks include a private master head with shower, and guest head also with shower. In every detail from bow to stern, The Krogen 42? trawler yacht reflects quality and caring.

Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft 4 in
Beam: 15 ft 0 in
LWL: 39 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 7 in
Displacement: 39500 lbs Half Load
Ballast: 2500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 25 ft 6 in

Engines: 1
Engine Brand: Ford
Engine Model: Lehman
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 6853
Engine Power: 135 HP

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (175 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Aluminum (700 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: Plastic (30 Gallons)

Construction
Hull is fiberglass sandwich construction using closed-cell PVC foam core. Closed-cell PVC foam does not deteriorate or absorb water. Fiberglass schedule uses heavy hand lay-up mat and roving. The composite structure serves both as a buoyancy material and shock, sound and temperature insulator. It rides quiet, increases impact strength and eliminates condensation build-up inside the hull. Decks and superstructure are fiberglass sandwich construction.

New teak decks fore, aft & sides, all replaced without screws (2007)
Hull strengthened & vinyl-ester blister repair by Osprey Marine Composites (2001)
Full top deck and flybridge recored & Awlgripped by Osprey Marine Composites (2004)
New gelcoat below cap rail on complete hull (2007)

Galley
The U-shaped galley is forward of the saloon and to the starboard. An opening port lets in light and natural ventilation. The appliances are conveniently arranged for cooking efficiently. There is ample storage in drawers and custom cabinets, a wine rack and spice rack. The major components are:
Nova Kool refrigerator with separate freezer with custom teak door inserts (2013)
Force 10 three burner stove with oven
Magic Chef microwave in custom teak enclosure
Avanti Refrigerator/Freezer (located in guest stateroom)
Double stainless steel sink
Halogen lighting under cabinets
Removable & Reversable exhaust fan for porthole

Saloon
Two teak doors off the covered aft deck lead you into the spacious saloon. To starboard is a sofa and coffee table. To port is a comfortable chair and a fold out teak table with 4 matching chairs. Three swing arm lamps provide extra lighting for reading. A 32" flat screen LG TV and Sony DVD player provide entertainment. Two opening windows with custom valances and mini blinds keep the interior bright and cool. Parquet wood floors are protected by a neutral rug. There is a custom Reel Screen retractable screen for the back doors and all windows are screened as well.

Master Stateroom
The master stateroom is located forward. There is a double berth to starboard with small night stand. To port is a vanity/dresser and very large double hanging locker with shelving in the back of it. Nine drawers under the bed and a compartment accessed under the mattress provide an incredible amount of storage. A screened opening hatch and opening portholes provide abundant light and natural ventilation.

Master Head
The master head is ensuite forward of the stateroom. It includes a stall shower, vanity and Jabsco electric toilet.

Guest Stateroom
The Guest stateroom is down three steps from the galley and to the starboard. It features a settee that serves as a berth, a pullman berth on the forward bulkhead with a desk under and book shelves. There is cabinet and drawer storage as well as a large hanging locker. There is also an Avanti refrigerator/freezer here for additional capacity. Multiple port holes provide light and natural ventilation. A swing arm light mounted over the desk provides additional lighting when needed.

Guest Head
The guest head is located opposite the guest stateroom on the port side. It features a large stall shower with opening port, vanity with medicine cabinet and Vacuflush toilet that was overhauled in 2015. An opening port provides light and ventilation. There is ample storage in cabinets and drawers.

Upper Deck, Flybridge Electronics & Equipment
The flybridge is accessed via steps from the aft deck. A bimini keeps the sun off the upper helm. Solar panels are mounted on the pilothouse roof forward of the helm, but easily accessed when needed.
Raymarine ST60 Multi-function display
Raymarine ST600R, remote autopilot outlet
Naiad stabilizer control panel
Dickinson stern thruster control panel
Constellation compass
Mast/boom equipped with two electric winches for hauling dinghy with ease (one rebuilt 2014 & one new 2015)
Weaver SS removable chocks on upper deck for dinghy storage
(2) large fiberglass deck boxes mounted on teak supports either side of flybridge
Waterproof flybridge and bimini covers (2015)

Pilothouse, Electronics & Equipment
The pilothouse is up three steps from the saloon. It features an expansive helm area with large windows. The center window opens for ventilation. Dutch doors to port and starboard can be completely opened for ventilation or half closed to secure the pilothouse while underway. The roomy ultra suede berth converts to a double bed for guests wanting an incredible view. There is a custom book shelf, cabinet and drawer storage.
Standard Horizon Spectrum VHF
Icom IC-34 handheld VHF
Raytheon RL80 chart plotter
Raymarine E90W chart plotter, digital, hybrid touch (2014)
Raymarine RD418D radar, digital (2014)
AIS, digital (2014)
Raytheon ST6002 autopilot
Raymarine ST600R remote autopilot
Raymarine ST60 depth sounder
Raytheon ST60 depth sounder
Raytheon ST60 speed meter
Raymarine wind meter (2012)
Furuno GPS
Naiad stabilizer control panel
Dickinson stern thruster control panel
Guest spot/flood light control
Rudder angle indicator
Constellation compass
Icom IC-706 MKZG SSB with clear speaker & AT140 tuner
ACR 406 satellite EPIRB (certified until 2019)

Electrical Equipment
(3) 30 amp 50' shore power cords
50 amp power cord splitter and several adapters
Xantrex Prowatt 1750 inverter
Xantrex 50 amp battery charger
Sinewave XS 400 inverter for TV
(4) 130 watt solar panels: 520 watt total (2007, SS rack on pilothouse roof)
Blue Sky smart charger for solar panels
(4) 250 watt AGM 8D batteries: 1000 watt total (2016)
Heart 1000 watt inverter/charger with Xantrex monitor
Balmar ARS-5 3-stage regulator
Balmar 100 amp Series 6 alternator on Lehman (rebuilt in 2015; switch to internal regulator if Balmar ARS-5 regulator fails)
160 amp alternator on generator
Galvanic isolator for shore power

Engine Room Equipment & Machinery
Ford Lehman 135 HP engine (6853 hours, overhauled 2015)
Racor dual 900/500 filters with quick changeover & vacuum gauge on Lehman
Fuel tanks have been upgraded to aluminum
Phasor 12 KW generator (122 hours, 2015) with Racor 500 filter, vacuum gauge & remote in saloon
Dickinson thruster hydraulics connected to generator
Naiad stabilizers (new 2004)
Jabsco fresh water pump (4.5 gpm)
Reverso oil changer
Horizon Seafari watermaker (30 gph) with remote control in saloon
Whale Seaward 11 gallon marine water heater (2015, either A/C or engine supplied hot water)
Fireboy halon fire extinguisher (re-certified 2016)
Prop shaft, Krogen approved Aquamet 22 alloy (new 2012)
Strong Sure Seal dripless prop shaft seal (with 3 spare seals)
Prop shaft drive saver (prevents transmission damage)
1500 gph bilge pump with alarm in pilothouse (2nd one in forward bilge)
3700 gph high water bilge pump
1/3 HP submersible Flotec sump pump with collapsable hose (backup pump)

Running Gear
4-blade prop, Propspeed applied 2016 (4 blades reduce prop walk & vibration; Propspeed reduces fouling, resulting in more speed with less fuel usage)
3-blade prop (spare, in lazarette)
Prop shaft line cutter
Dickinson hydraulic twin stern thrusters with "get home" capability (rebuilt 2012)
Naiad stabilizer fins (seals replaced 2016)

Ground Tackle
Ideal horizontal windlass with capstan for ro
Supermax 90 lb. Anchor with 350 feet of ¾-inch 3-braid nylon rope rode and wildcat for chain (windlass has upper & lower helm switches plus (2) foot controls on deck)
Delta 88 lb. Anchor with 300 feet of 3/8-inch BBB chain
Danforth 40S hurricane anchor 32" x 41" (in lazarette)
Bow eye & chain stop
Drogue anchor
Raw water wash down on foredeck

Tender for Dovekie
Livingston fiberglass hard bottom 10'6" dinghy with remote control center console & bimini and Weaver SS hardware for mounting on either upper deck or swim platform (2002)
20 HP Yamaha outboard motor with fuel/water separator (2011)
Spare prop for Yamaha, 15 foot SS chain (theft deterrent), 2 anchors, & tow line (in lazarette)

Additional Components & Improvements
Splendide 2100 washer/dryer, dryer vented (2005)
King 19000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioner
Saloon hatches completely hinged
All overhead lights converted to LED
First aid kit with offshore medical guide
Cruising kit for Ford Lehman
Multiple spare parts for various systems (for cruising in remote places)
Magma SS grill with rail mount & 10 lb. Aluminum propane tank
(2) aluminum 20 lb. Propane tanks in locker on starboard side (for stove)
Collapsable teak table in cockpit
Fresh water washdown in cockpit
Sunscreen for cockpit
Various fenders & dock lines
Side deck ceiling tracks with fender cleats
Various life jackets, (1) Lifesling


Price
AU $295,000 Plus Duty/GST if applicable    Finance    Insurance
Vessel Name
Dovekie
Boat Reference
KK42Dovekie
Year
1985
Length
42' 0" - 12.81m
Beam
15'
Draft
4' 7"
Displacement
39500 lbs half load
Vessel Location
Fort Pierce, Florida
Region
North America and Caribbean
Designer
James Krogen
Builder
Kadey Krogen
Hull Material
Fibreglass/GRP
Engine Make
Ford Lehman
Number Engines
1
Horsepower
135 hp
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
6853
Thrusters
Dickinson hydraulic twin stern thrusters with "get home" capability. Naiad stabilisers.
Genset
Phasor 12 KW generator - 122 hours
Fuel
700 US gallons
Water
175 US gallons
Dinghy
Livingston fiberglass hard bottom 10'6" dinghy
Outboard
20 HP Yamaha
Water-Maker
Horizon Seafari watermaker
Ground Tackle
Supermax 90 lb. Anchor with 350 feet of ¾-inch 3-braid nylon rode
Delta 88 lb. Anchor with 300 feet of 3/8-inch BBB chain
Danforth 40S hurricane anchor 32" x 41" (in lazarette)
Drogue anchor
Ideal horizontal windlass with capstan for rope rode and wildcat for chain (windlass has upper & lower helm switches plus (2) foot controls on deck)
Remarks
As Kadey Krogen's representative to the Australian and New Zealand markets, I am able to offer much assistance with regard to organising pre-purchase survey inspections of the vessel, and can also assist in arranging insurance and shipping to Australia, should this be required. Please note that Kadey Krogens are more than capable of crossing the Pacific or Atlantic Oceans, having done so before.

Delivery will take place in the US, and prospective buyers should be aware that the cruising grounds in the US and Caribbean are amongst some of the finest in the World.

Kadey Krogen has four offices in the US and a very strong following amongst cruising owners, offering new owners advice and assistance.

Disclaimer: All care is taken to ensure that the information provided in this document is correct as specified by the owner of the vessel. Slight variation in specifications and photos may occur. Price is based on US$0.76 exchange rate and is subject to FX variations and does not include any shipping or other import costs associated with shipping the vessel to Australia or New Zealand.

CONTACT DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Andrew Coffey's Brokerage
Telephone
Address
47 Sydney Road
City / Suburb
Warriewood
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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