42' (12.80m) 42 - Escort
1983 42' Kadey-Krogen trawler
- Royal Oak Maryland United States
- Fiberglass Hull
Escort is a 1983 42' Kadey-Krogen trawler. She offers a single, re-manufactured Ford Lehman 135 HP main engine, Westerbeke 7.7 kW generator, two Xantrex 1,000 watt inverters, galvanic isolator, fiberglass fuel tanks, raised pilothouse design and a 2 stateroom 2 head layout. Escort is Great Loop capable.
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LOA: 42' " (12.80 Meters)
Type: Power - Used
Beam: 15' "
Bridge Clearance: 12' 8"
Draft Max: 4' 7"
Draft Min: 4' 7"
Single Berths: 1
Queen Berths: 1
Maximum Speed: 8 Knots
Cruise Speed: 6 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 600 Gallons (2271.25 Liters)
Fresh Water: 300 Gallons (1135.62 Liters)
Holding Tank: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)
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42' Kadey-Krogen Vessel Walkthrough
From the teak swimplatform, you enter the hardtop covered aftdeck via the centerline transom door. Once on the aftdeck, you can walk out either side deck, step up the ladder to the flybridge or walk into the salon via the double teak & glass doors. Once inside the salon, you will find a sofa to starboard, the galley starboard forward, two chairs and a fold-up wood table to port, storage cabinetry port forward and engine room access via salon sole hatches. Walk forward and step up into the raised piltohouse or step down the companionway to find the guest stateroom to starboard, guest head with enclosed shower to port and the master stateroom with ensuite head and enclosed shower forward.
The headroom in the salon is 6'8", 7' on the flybridge, 6'8" on the aftdeck, 6'5" in the pilothouse, 6'5" in the guest stateroom, 6'6" in the master stateroom and 6'4" in both showers. The master stateroom berth is 6'4" long, the guest berths are 5'11" long and the pilothouse benchseat/berth is 6'6" long.
The height from the waterline to the flybridge windscreen is 12'8".
42' Kadey-Krogen Accommodations
Escort offers a master stateroom forward with a queen size berth and a guest stateroom to starboard with an upper pullman berth and a lower single size berth. The pilothouse benchseat can be used as a berth also.
42' Kadey-Krogen Salon
The salon offers a sofa to starboard, two chairs and a wood table with a fold-up extension to port, storage cabinetry port forward, teak parquet sole, book shelf, shelves, opening side windows with blinds, reading light, engine room access and double teak & glass doors to the aftdeck.
42' Kadey-Krogen Galley
The galley is starboard forward in the salon.
- Seaward Princess 3-burner propane cooktop and oven
- Cold plate refrigerator and freezer
- Sharp Carousel microwave oven
- Double stainless steel sinks
- Storage cabinets and drawers
- Teak parquet sole
42' Kadey-Krogen Dining
Dining space is available at the salon table.
42' Kadey-Krogen Master Stateroom
the master stateroom is forward and it offers a queen size berth, 3 portlights with curtains, overhead hatch with a screen, 2 fans, reading lights, nightstand, shelves, storage drawers and cabinets, hanging locker, teak parquet sole and an ensuite head with an enclosed shower.
42' Kadey-Krogen Guest Stateroom
the guest stateroom is to starboard and offers a lower single size berth, an upper single size pullman berth, 2 portlights with curtains, storage drawers, hanging locker, shelves, desk, teak parquet sole, fan and reading lights.
42' Kadey-Krogen Pilothouse
The raised pilothouse offers a helm forward with storage underneath, 2 overhead hatches,side deck access door on each side, benchseat/berth with storage underneath aft, storage drawers and cabinets, teak sole, 2 portlights aft, reading light, side windows, and a book shelf.
42' Kadey-Krogen Flybridge
The flybridge offers a non-skid deck, helm forward, a benchseat with storage on each side, Todd helmseat, hinged mast and stainless steel rails.
42' Kadey-Krogen Aftdeck
The aftdeck offers a hardtop, transom door, non-skid deck, removable steps for each side, lazarette access, stainless steel & teak ladder to the flybridge, wing doors for each side deck and double teak & glass doors to the salon.
42' Kadey-Krogen Electronics
- Simrad AP16 autopilot
- Icom IC-M602 VHF
- Aquameter Gemini magnetic compass
- Asus ship's computer monitor
- Coastal Explorer electronic charts
- Boston ship's clock
42' Kadey-Krogen Electrical System
- Westerbeke 7.7 kW generator
- 2 X Xantrex Sine Wave 1,000 watt inverters
- Bogart Engineering Trimetric TM-2025-A battery monitor system
- Sentry 12vdc 40 amp battery charger
- 2 X 30 amp shore power cords
- 50 amp and 30 amp shore power cord connection port forward
- 12 vdc outlet in the pilothouse, master stateroom and guest stateroom
- Cole Hersee battery switch
- Balmar 160 amp alternator on the generator
- 150 amp alternator on the main engine
- 60 amp alternator on the main engine
- 2 X Balmar charge controllers
- 12 X 6 vdc house batteries
- 2 X 12 vdc start batteries
- Galvanic isolator
42' Kadey-Krogen Engine/Mechanical Equipment
- Single re-manufactured Ford Lehman 135 HP main engine with approximately 521 hours since rebuild
- Borg Warner Velvet Drive gearbox
- Morse engine control
- Hydraulic steering system
- Racor 900FF fuel filter
- Marine Air Systems reverse cycle air conditioning/heating system
- Raritan 11 gallon water heater
- Raritan Atlantis electric heads
- Fiberglass fuel tanks
42' Kadey-Krogen Deck Equipment
- Ideal anchor windlass with a foot control
- Fortress FX-37 anchor
- Bruce 45 LB anchor
- Danforth anchor
- Teak bow pulpit
- Stainless steel rails forward
- Teak cap rails on stainless steel stanchions on each side
- Foredeck seating/storage
- Non-skid decks
- Boarding gate on each side
- Window covers
- Hinged mast and boom
- Spreader lights
- Teak swimplatform
42' Kadey-Krogen Safety and Fire Protection
- Fire extinguishers
- Rule bilge pumps
42' Kadey-Krogen Exclusions
- Sellers' personal belongings
42' Kadey-Krogen 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.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
- Engine Make: Ford Lehman
- Engine Model: 2715
- Engine Year:
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 135.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 521.00
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Curtis Stokes was born in Lewes, Delaware and grew up in nearby Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and St. Michaels, MD until he moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 1992. Curtis grew up on the water and around boats through many years of fishing, sailing and hunting up and down the East Coast of the U.S. and The Bahamas.
While attending Washington College, in Chestertown, Maryland, Curtis decided to obtain his real estate license and joined his father’s real estate firm, Anderson-Stokes Realtors. Curtis became president of the firm after his father’s death and led the company through its expansion to 20 offices and expanded the publicly traded company into insurance, advertising and development. The company was sold in 1991 and Curtis decided to pursue his real love of the water and made yachting his career.
Curtis’ yachting career includes everything from a 75’ Trumpy to a 180’ Feadship, 2½ circumnavigations and a half dozen Atlantic Ocean crossings. He has been associated with and enjoyed worldwide cruising on such well known vessels as EXCELLENCE, FIFFANELLA, OUR TOY, MOECCA, RENEGADE, KISSES and HUNTRESS. Curtis also gained experience as sales manager at Hatteras Yachts, in New Bern, NC, where he helped develop and sell new models and train and coordinate his dealer network.
Curtis then spent six years as a very successful yacht sales broker with The Sacks Group Yachting Professionals, Inc. Curtis was consistently a top producer at the firm. Curtis decided to form his own yacht sales and charter firm September 1, 2009, which took off on a very successful start, even in a recession! Curtis has grown the company to multiple offices and 50 full time sales associates located around the US; and he has sold virtually every type and size of yacht and boat possible.
Curtis held a USCG 3000 ton All Oceans Master license, UK MCA Class IV Master certificate, Cayman Islands Master certificate and a PADI Divemaster certificate. He is also a former Emergency Medical Technician, firefighter and CPR instructor.
Curtis is an active member of the America’s Great Loop Cruiser Association (AGLCA), Superyacht Society, United States Superyacht Association, Marine Trawler Owner Association (MTOA), DeFever Cruiser Club, Seven Seas Cruising Association, Billfish Foundation, International Gamefish Association and Ducks Unlimited.
Curtis also is a Certified Professional Yacht Broker (CPYB), a member of the International Yacht Broker Association, Yacht Broker Association of America and the Northwest Yacht Broker Association.
Curtis Stokes can be reached at email@example.com or Cel (954) 684-0218.
Curtis Stokes & Associates
Curtis Stokes & Associates have a brokerage office in St. Michaels, Maryland. The St. Michaels office is run by yacht broker Bill Boos, a long time resident of the Eastern Shore and a well known broker for many years for the Delmarva area.
St. Michaels is on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay, a delightful cruising area and boating center. There are many rivers in the Chesapeake Bay area to explore by boats and yachts.
St. Michaels is famous as a boating and cultural center featuring the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, St. Michaels Museum at St. Mary's Square, and the Classic Motor Museum. Excellent harbor facilities and many boater friendly restaurants, shops and attractions can be found. St. Michaels has a long history of boat building and commercial fishing since before the Revolutionary War. Many homes and other structures in the town reflect the historical significance of St. Michaels.