2006 Duffy 42; Documented Vessel. Designed and built to catch fish, Lady Diana is the perfect fishing machine! Built for all-out sport fishing, three or four guys can go offshore for four or five days and enjoy serious fishing in total comfort. She's equipped with everything you need: fuel capacity, cruising speed, navigational and fish-finding equipment, and five helm control stations. Lady Diana is seaworthy, safe, and has all the creature comforts. Professionally captained and maintained since new.
Lady Diana's saloon is accessed from a sliding door on the starboard side. Through this door you enter the main saloon where you find an L-shaped settee to port. Forward of the settee is the nav area and opposite navigation is the helmstation. Below decks the galley is portside and a second settee is opposite the galley. Forward of the settee is a large wet locker, opposite the locker is an enclosed head, and next foward the v-berth.
Built for serious fishing, Lady Diana is well equipped. The cockpit has a live bait well built into the transom and an insulated fish hold in the cockpit. There are 11 stainless steel rod holders recessed into the gunnels and a total of twelve additional aluminum rod holders on the tuna tower. There is a tuna door on the starboard side of the transom, which has a fill-in when the door isn't in use. There are three Freeman deck hatches: one to the lazarette, one to the fish hold (30" x 30"), and the third to storage. On the port side of the live bait well, under the washrail, are engine controls. There are also a cockpit shower and fresh and salt water washdown hoses. The outside helm is located starboard and equipped with bow thruster controls, stop/start engine controls, a 13" wheel, and a 12" pot hauler. The window enables the driver to view helm electronics. Wiring and hoses are accessed through the panel door below the steering/hauler. The sliding door brings you into the main saloon.
Entering the main saloon you will find it light and airy. A port L-shaped settee comfortably seats four. The table lowers to convert into a double bunk. A built-in cooler (with drainage) and stowage under the settee is accessed through the seat tops. The saloon cushions are 4" foam with Sunbrella® covers. Along the aft bulkhead is an eight drawer, teak tackle locker. Behind the locker is a sliding window. Forward of the settee is the navigational area with chart table and Stidd seating. The teak-trimmed chart table is built into the dash. The chart top opens for plenty of stowage and there are two drawers below. The side window opens to provide plenty of ventilation. Opposite the nav area is the helm. The helm has comfortable Stidd seating and a full compliment of electronics. There are three windshields, all are stationary, and the helm windshield is (110v) heated. The outboard window opens for ventilation. Access to electronic wiring is below the wheel.
The saloon's overhead is of 1/2" solid white Soundown vinyl foam with teak trim. A stainless steel handrail runs down the middle, fore and aft. All of the windows are Diamond Sea Glaze. Access to the engine is via a large hinged hatch.
Stepping down the companionway you're belowdecks. The stairs are constructed of teak; there are three steps, the top two treads open for access to stowage. The galley is to starboard. The countertop is Corian®. The sink is stainless steel with one large bowl (19 x 18 x 10) and hot/cold pressure water. Under-the-counter refrigeration is by Nova Kool (R4500), the stove/ oven is a three-burner CNG Force 10, there's a Sharpe counter-top Microwave/Convection Oven/Grill, and a Keurig coffee brewer. There is plenty of stowage above the countertop and outboard. A portlight is located above the sink. Opposite the galley is a settee. The U-shaped settee is to starboard. The teak table lowers to create a three-quarter berth. At each end of the settee there is a drawer for stowage. Outboard are two storage areas, above are two opening ports w/screens.
Opposite the galley is a settee. The U-shaped settee is to starboard. The teak table lowers to create a three-quarter berth. At each end of the settee there is a drawer for stowage. Outboard are two storage areas, above are two opening ports w/screens.
The AC panel is behind and above the settee. This is a Bass panel, 120/240 50 amp, mounted in a box with a plexiglas door. Just forward of the settee is a large wet locker that also houses the air conditioning unit.
Opposite the hanging locker and foward of the galley is the fully enclosed head with shower. The vanity countertop is Glacier White Corian® with a round Corian ® sink. The faucet has a mixer, the water is hot/cold pressure. Outboard are doors to storage. Above the vanity is an opening port with screen. The mirror-fronted medicine chest is above the Raritan Crown Head™ electric head. There is a Jabsco® macerator pump, a shower sump, a 35 gallon holding tank with macerator pump-out, and a Y-valve for overboard pumping.
The forward cabin has a v-berth and two extra bunks over the v-berth. Under-the-bunk stowage is through hatches located under the cushions. The bureau has two drawers with a drop-front storage compartment under. Above the bureau is a hanging locker. The anchor locker is forward. Above the berths is a Gebo 20 x 20 opening hatch with a screen and there are two opening portlights, one port and one starboard. The hull ceiling is ash.
All six belowdeck portlights are Bomar stainless steel and each has a screen. The overhead is 1/2" solid white Soundown vinyl foam with teak trim. The cabin sole is teak and basswood with satin varnish finish.
The hull is foam core with stringers. The gelcoat is Wasabi Green, a custom color. The bottom is painted Interlux® Micron® CSC green, the single boot is awlgripped Jade Mist Green. The spray and quarter guards are white PVC with stainless steel half ovals, thru-bolted. Scuppers are white 3 x 9 Seastops™. A live bait well is built into the stern washrail and has a switch on pump. The tuna door has a ramp and fill-in. The fishhold is 2" foam insulation incapsulated in fiberglass, gelcoated inside and out, approximately 3' x 6', located below the deck and accessed through a Freeman 30 x 30 hatch. Access to the lazarette and steering gear is through a Freeman 24 x 24 hatch. Engine room bulkheads are of composite panel. The rope locker is a cored composite bulkhead with a shelf and drains to the keel; the panel door is white with teak; 600' rode capacity.
The top is molded foam core with a 10' saloon. The separate roof is foam cored with a long overhang 3' from the back wall and has a split wheelhouse. All saloon windows are Diamond Sea Glaze, white aluminum frame with grey tint; there are three slider windows and a heated helm windshield.
There are port and starboard ladders from the washrail to the flybridge. A bridge rail with a Rocket Launcher and the two washrail ladders have Rocket Launchers, totaling twelve rod holders. The flybridge has full helm capabilities: extra engine panel, eight circuit DC panel, Kobelt engine controls, 20" Destroyer™ wheel, and bow thruster control. The steering and instrument console has a clear cover. The helm chair is Pompanette P2000, there are bench seats (vinyl cushions) port and starboard. The finish is gelcoat and there's a wind screen.
There are full helm controls in the tower, a vinyl bench seat, two outriggers, and a center rigger.
Saloon Helm Station: Furuno NavNet vx2 radar/chartplotter with 12KW 4' Open Array; Simrad EQ44 depth/ speed/fishfinder with 200/38 dual beam transducer; Simrad AP25 autopilot; Furuno LC90MK2 loran; Furuno GP32 GPS/WAAS; Furuno RD30 temperature and depth; Ross DCS 500 VHF with remote speaker; Standard Horizon Matrix DSC VHF with remote speaker; cell phone amplifier w/antenna; Sea Tel WaveCall™ sat phone; QUALCOMM VMS (vessel monitoring system); Sirius radio stereo/CD; Sirius XM Weather receiver; bow thruster control; windlass control; engine panel; Ritchie 2000 4 1/2" compass.
Flybridge Helm Station: Furuno NavNet vx2 radar/chart plotter; Standard Horizon Matrix DSC VHF; bow thruster control; windlass control; engine panel.
Tuna Tower Station: Standard Horizon Command Mic; full controls; compass; (4) 400 watt Halide flood lights.
There are (4) 8D batteries mounted in boxes with cables and a combiner switch. The charger is a Charles® 12405EGA 40amp, which requires A/C power. Lighting includes (2) halogen flood lights on the underside of the pilothouse roof overhang; running and anchor lighting; (1) stainless steel dome (red and white) and (4) Boston Marine gold reading lights; (2) halogen flood lights in the engine room; and (2) underwater lights built into the transom. (6) AC outlets; (4) 12V outlets; 50amp 220V shore power with 50' cord. There's a second panel for the bow thruster. Zincs and grounding for boxes, rudder and seacocks. There are (3) Rule® 2000 bildge pumps with Ultimate Junior switches mounted on a stand for easy service; the thruhulls are Forespar ®, rocker switches are located on the dash. The high water bildge alarm is attached to the #2 bildge pump with an Ultimate Senior switch and rocker panel switch. The cockpit has a shower and a Johnson 1 1/2" wash-down pump with an electric clutch. A Flojet® pump system and plumbing is for hot and cold water. The generator is a Northern Lights 12kW with sound shield and muffler.
The engine is a Caterpillar® C18 1000hp with trolling valve and block heater mounted on aluminum beds with soft mounts. Engine hook-up is with Kobelt dual lever control, Morse 33C cable, Groco® SBV series safety seacock, Groco® ARG sea strainer with monel basket, rectangular slush strainer, and dual Racor 1000 fuel filter. The engine drip pan is fiberglass and gelcoated. The shaft is a 3" stainless steel AQUAMET 22 with PSS dripless shaft seal and 5-blade Nibral propeller. There is a three-way electric oil pump-out for engine and gear oil changes. Lady Diana has five engine control locations: the saloon helm, outside helm, transom, flybridge, and tuna tower. There are two air conditioning units: both Marine Air Systems® and reverse cycle air and heat, one unit is 16,000btu and the other 12,000. The stainless steel pot hauler is 12" with an electric clutch and hydraulic driven pump. There are three fiberglass fuel tanks totaling 730 gallons of capacity, each with a stainless steel pickup. Exhaust is single wet 12" fiberglass with a Centex Mark II muffler, Series 200 Flex exhaust hose, and rubber exhaust flap. The engine room has 2" Mylar®-faced foam sound insulation and an extra Soundown 1" barrier sound insulation, finished with perforated and powder coated aluminum sheeting and vented with stainless steel vents. The bow thruster is a 7", 8hp Side-Power with controls at the saloon, split wheelhouse, and flybridge. A Sprint 1500GD windlass system with dash control and foot switches. 125 gallon fiberglass water tank. The rudder is stainless steel with Tides 211 drip-less seal. The main station steering is full power steering with twin stainless steel rams, PTO driven hydraulic pump, aluminum hydraulic resivoir with sight guage, spin-on return filter, stainless steel hose ends in the lazarette, and 20" Destroyer™ wheel.
Stainless steel rails on the cabin top, trunk top, and centerline of the main saloon overhead; (1) short handrail at the companionway and (1) at the outboard aft edge of the port cabin side; 45# CQR™ anchor with 15' of high test 3/8" chain and 60'' of 5/8" nylon rode; bow roller with fiberglass pulpit; 1" stainless steel bow rail thru-bolted with backing plates; (2) 9" stainless steel chocks on the bow, thru-bolted with backing plates; (4) 8" stainless steel Attwood high profile springline cleats; (2) 10" stainless steel Attwood high profile stern cleats with hawse pipe through the transom; (2) 10" stainless steel Attwood high profile cleats at the bow; white PVC guard rail with white PVC toe rail; (6) 15° swivel and (3) 90° swivel rod holders built-in flush to the wash rail; three deck hatches with screens; cockpit shower has a hose connection. Spare 32" wheel.
DBC eight person liferaft; 406mz E.P.I.R.B. with GPS; all S.O.L.A.S. safety equipment; and current USCG Dockside Exam for greater than 100 nautical miles (expires 12/2014.)
Price $499,000Purchase price includes owner delivery anywhere on the U.S. East Coast or Gulf of Mexico, excluding the cost of fuel.
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