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Sanctuary
1989 | 42' Other Trawler Trawler for Sale

1989 Other

42' (12.80m) Trawler - Sanctuary

This nicely appointed 42 ft Oceania Trawler is currently available in Stuart, Florida. Meticulously maintained with many upgrades to this Yacht.


Vessel ID# 2769831      Last Updated: 2022-01-18 16:35:32

$ 89,000 USD

€ 84,789 Euros
€ 120,936 CAD

Description

This nicely appointed 42 ft Oceania Trawler is currently available in Stuart, Florida. Meticulously maintained with many upgrades to this Yacht. Her custom interior is absolutely gorgeous with new carpeting in salon with marine "sound down" to minimize engine noise, as well as sofa that was recovered in 2018. Full galley with dinette that converts to double bed. V-berth will sleep 3, and a roomy master stateroom. Two heads with new VacuFlush sanitation systems. Sanctuary has excellent usable space for entertainment, cruising, and storage. She makes a perfect live aboard or floating weekend condo. The aft deck is another outstanding feature perfect for evening cruises or just spending time with family and friends. This Oceania Trawler truly offers it all. The first 18 years this vessel was in fresh waters of the Great Lakes. So many upgrades Check the upgrades list for full details. Thinking of doing the Great Loop? Then this is a must see!


Data Sheet

LOA: 42' " (12.80 Meters)

Type: Power - Used

Year: 1989

Beam: 14' 5"

Bridge Clearance: 18' "

Draft Max: 4' 8"

Draft Min: ' "

Cabins: 1

Heads: 2

Maximum Speed: 15 Knots

Cruise Speed: 8 Knots

Range NMI:

Fuel Type: Diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

Fuel Tank: 600 Gallons (2271.25 Liters)

Fresh Water: 210 Gallons (794.94 Liters)

Holding Tank: 135 Gallons (511.03 Liters)

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MAIN DESCRIPTION

This nicely appointed 42 ft  Oceania Trawler is currently available in Stuart, Florida. Meticulously maintained with many upgrades to this Yacht. Her custom interior is absolutely gorgeous with new carpeting in salon with marine "sound down" to minimize engine noise, as well as sofa that was recovered in 2018. Full galley with dinette that converts to double bed. V-berth will sleep 3, and a roomy master stateroom. Two heads with new VacuFlush sanitation systems. Sanctuary has excellent usable space for entertainment, cruising, and storage. She makes a perfect live aboard or floating weekend condo. The aft deck is another outstanding feature perfect for evening cruises or just spending time with family and friends. This Oceania Trawler truly offers it all. The first 18 years this vessel was in fresh waters of the Great Lakes. So many upgrades Check the upgrades list for full details. Thinking of doing the Great Loop? Then this is a must see!

1989 OCEANIA MAIN DECK & HULL

Semi-displacement hull with full keel, deep stem and wide flare on bow; very heavy solid fiberglass construction. All windows aluminum frames; all portholes stainless steel frames and tempered glass. No outside wood except railing, wing doors, and swim ladder. Anti-lightening system.

1989 OCEANIA AFT DECK

Aft Deck is an excellent area for dining and entertaining. Access is from transom gate or by way of the wing doors from the side decks. Aft deck has full enclosure in good shape but not currently used.
U-line refrigerator w/ icemaker (New 2017)
Teak Table (4) Chairs (New 2017)
Force 10 Stainless Steel BBQ w/ new 10lb aluminum cylinder
Etched glass entry door
Auto sensor light on aft deck
Motion sensor with alarm on aft deck
Custom built stainless steel davits, 1000lb capacity
AB Hypalon 10.5ft RIB, Euroseat w/console
Yamaha 20hp 4 stroke, Low hours, full tune up in 2017
(2) Hammock chairs for hanging over water from davits

1989 OCEANIA FLY BRIDGE

The fly bridge offers an excellent area for entertaining or having family and friends join the captain while underway. Generous seating includes three captain chairs, benches and a table seating 10 people. Aft of the seating area is convenient storage for the water toys with electric crane. The fly bridge is fully enclosed (New May 2018).

Custom stainless steel electric crane, 800 lb capacity
Fly bridge Garmin 5200 Touchscreen (2012)
Garmin Autopilot Installed (2017)
New marine carpet (2017)
Intercom

OCEANIA SALON

Entry to the salon is down a few steps from the aft deck or from the starboard side entry door at the lower helm. The lower helm station has fine teak cabinetry that is able to be completely enclosed. Aft to starboard is a C-shaped upholstered settee (reupholstered May 2018) with storage beneath; a heavy teak hi/lo dining/cocktail table with folding leaves can be opened for expanded dining area.

New carpet with proper marine sound insulation overlay. (May 2018)
Smart TV (2017) w/DVD enclosed in cabinet
(3) Separate table lamps
Aft large wall mirror
Magazine rack
Central vacuum system w/3 outlets
(6) station house telephone

OCEANIA GALLEY

Large U-shaped galley with good lighting and good work areas. The dinette seats five and converts to a double bed. Both of the freezers have KISS compressors in the engine room. All cabinets have automatic lights upon opening.
Double SS deep sink
Norcold fridge with separate freezer top compartment
Big trunk freezer built under dinette seating
Princess three burner stove with oven
General Electric microwave with range fan and external outlet
Under counter lighting
Intercom galley
Corian counter tops and back splashes in galley (2013)
Hi-Lo dinette table w/bench seating for five sleeps two
(2) Opening portholes
(2) Opening windows w/blinds & screens
Citizen washer/dryer unit, front load, enclosed in cabinet

OCEANIA MASTER STATEROOM & MASTER HEAD

The full width master stateroom is aft with walk-around queen size bed. The ensuite head has full stand-up shower. Automatic lights on lockers.
Queen size island berth
New carpet May 2018
Port & starboard side chests w/13 drawers
(3) Cedar lined hanging lockers w/interior lights
Book shelves
Night reading lights
(2) Opening portholes
(2) Opening windows
Window valences w/fluorescent lights
Vacvuflush head (New 2017) w/135gl holding tank
Head exhaust fan
Separate walk in shower stall

OCEANIA FORWARD CABIN

The forward cabin sleeps 3. On the port side are upper and lower berths with the upper bunk pulling out to have sleeping capability for 2 while the lower bunk is a single. On the starboard side is a head forward. Aft of the head is a desk with cabinets and shelving. Automatic lighting upon opening cabinets and lockers.
Single lower berth
Double upper berth
(2) Large hanging lockers
Cabinet
(3) Opening ports
Bowmar hatch
Vacuflush head (new 2017)
Cabinets

OCEANIA ENGINES/MECHANICS

Large amount of tools and spare parts for on-board repairs and replacements on long cruises including belts, pumps, impellers, filters, plumbing, electrical parts, etc.
(2) Cummins V-8 engines, 270 hp each
(2) High pressure pre and after lube systems for main engines
Automatic oil exchange systems for both engines and generator
Glendenning automatic engine synchronizer
Wesmar bow thruster with controls on lower station, fly-bridge and outside port, starboard
(2) ESPAR hot air diesel heaters with thermostats in main and aft cabin
(2) AC units reverse cycle, each with 16000 BTU
Electronic bilge buster, odor control in bilge
(3) Auto-bilge pumps in different heights mounted in keel
Manual bilge pump
Automatic bilge pump counter on panel
Fire Boy automatic halon system in engine room
Smoke and fire alarm
(3) carbon monoxide detectors
(6) fire extinguishers
Central vacuum system with three outlets
12 gallon hot water heater (new 2014)
Stainless steel fresh water tank 210 gallons
100 gallon stainless baffled holding tank
35 gallon fbgls holding tank

OCEANIA UPGRADES

***New Air Conditioning System installed in aft cabin 9/18.
***(2) new 4D starting batteries, 135 AMP port alternator, and battery isolator installed 8/18.

All the below completed May 2018
-New Fly Bridge Enclosure.
-New exhaust system from engines back to transom, Including custom built stainless exhaust risers.
-Remove all rub rail and spray rail. Replace any soft wood, coated wood with two coats of epoxy, then primer, than Aligrip.
-New high strength galvanized anchor chain, 275ft with proper depth markings every 10ft.
-New carpet in salon and master stateroom. Proper marine ?Sound Down? sound insulation under carpet in salon over engine room.
-Railings and wing doors stripped and re-varnished.
-Bottom Job, sanded and 2 coats of Pitit antifoul.
-Boot stripe repainted.
-Sofa in salon recovered.
-Custom made stray rail protector used then hauling the boat to protect from lifting straps.


Completed 2017:
-New VacuFlush sanitation system, 2 new vacuflush heads, all hoses replaced, vacuum pump and discharge pump.
-New Garmin autopilot system and 2000 bus installed.
-New refrigerator with ice maker on aft sun deck.
-Second house battery bank replaced.
-New fresh water pump with 2gl accumulator tank.
-New air conditioner water pump.
-LED lights installed throughout boat.
-Smart TV and DVD.
-New marine carpet on fly bridge.
-Cushions rebuilt on tender.

Completed 2016:
-Replace 2 propeller shafts with stainless steel from USA
-Replace all 4 cutlass bearings
-Repack shaft logs packing
-Repack rudder shafts seals
-All bottom paint removed down to gelcoat, then 5 coats of Pitit Protect epoxy, then 3 coats of Pitit antifoul.

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.

ENGINES

Engine 1
  • Engine Make: Cummins
  • Engine Model: VTM555
  • Engine Year: 1989
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 270.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 4000.00
Engine 2
  • Engine Make: Cummins
  • Engine Model: VTM555
  • Engine Year: 1989
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Power HP: 270.00
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Hours: 4000.00

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