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2005 Sea Ray 420 Sedan Bridge

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$299,000

Yacht Overview

Make: Sea Ray

Model: 420 Sedan Bridge

Year: 2005

Length: 42′

Located In: Fort Myers, FL

Engine/Fuel Type: diesel

Hull Material: Fiberglass

YW#: 8633830

Description

Newly listed.  Highly maintained vessel with great maintenance records.  1,232 hours with a “1000 hour” service performed at 1050 hours in 2019.  Blue hull shines nicely, aft bridge eisenglass was changed out last month and front eisenglass is currently being made so will be changed out shortly.  Full enclosure will then be new.  Vinyl is all in good shape.  Very clean and well loved vessel both in and out.  Bilges are dry and clean!  Bridge AC, Modern Garmin MFD’s at helm, JL amp and sub added on to sound system, Intellian HD sat TV, recently replaced salon AC, Vetus bow thruster, Vessel View, Custom insulation added to underside of soft top to greatly reduce heat from sun.

Boat is located at Gulf Harbour Yacht and Country Club.  Easy to view.  

Full Specs

Dimensions

LOA: 45.42
Beam: 14.25 ft
Maximum Draft: 3.67 ft
Dry Weight: 28,500 lb
Deadrise: 18 °

Engines

Engine Brand: MerCruiser
Engine Model: T-Cummins 6CTA 8.3M Diesel
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 417|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard

Engine Brand: MerCruiser
Engine Model: T-Cummins 6CTA 8.3M Diesel
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Power: 417|horsepower
Engine Type: Inboard

Tanks

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (120 Gallon)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (350 Gallon)
Holding Tanks: 1 (42 Gallon)

Accommodations

Number of single berths: 4
Number of heads: 2

Captain Ken Kreisler's write up from Power and Motoryacht

There's a large, spacious bridge accessed from the cockpit via a wide, molded-in staircase whose two bottom steps are about 3'6" wide. A sturdy rail to starboard and a grabrail to port flank these and the six other steps leading topsides. How large and spacious is the bridge? I measured the "move-around room" here to be just short of 11'0"x9'6". And with the table and six-person, C-shape seating area aft of the centerline helm—there are stowage areas below the cushions—this is definitely the place to be while underway. You can even get an optional sunpad filler cushion for the table.

Having a bridge obviously means better views into the seaway, and even with the full enclosure up, I enjoyed commanding sightlines all around. The centerline helm has the pod-type control panel that has proven to be a winner in the Sea Ray line. The flush-mounted electronics, are raised to maximize viewing. I'm 5'9", and while seated in the comfortable standard Stidd pedestal helm seat—it and the companion seat to port have flip-up bolsters—I had no trouble reading the electronics, gauges, and optional SmartCraft display.

Perhaps the most striking and successful adaptation on the 420 Sedan Bridge is in the use of interior space. I was surprised to find a number of features on this 42-footer that you'd expect to see only on larger models. Take the opposing UltraLeather couches in the saloon. The port one converts to a double berth, while the starboard one offers a stowage compartment below, and there's a raised dining area amidships and to port that easily seats four adults. Both areas offer excellent views, whether through the three large windows forward, those to either side, or out the aft sliding glass door.

Another spatial feature worth noting is the galley, down and to starboard. While headroom in the saloon measures more than 6'5", down the three steps to the galley it's a whopping 9'6". As with her progenitors, the 420 has a well-equipped galley that features ample stowage in cabinets and drawers, Corian countertops, a Panasonic microwave/convection oven, a two-burner electric stovetop, a three-quarter size Norcold refrigerator and freezer. There is additional stowage beneath a hatch in the galley sole and in a pantry with seven shelves that's just forward in the hallway to starboard. Plenty of space for ship's stores for extended cruising.

The 420's accommodations also benefited from past successes with interior space. Sea Ray took its proven Sundancer midcabin profile and mixed it with its 560 layout, producing a port-side stateroom containing a double berth and an impressive overhead clearance of 6'8" that tapers to just over four feet. A cedar-lined locker is also provided, and the day head is just forward of here. The forepeak master has an en suite head, and its centerline queen island berth has stowage beneath the mattress as well as in two drawers in its base, a pair of cedar-lined lockers, and ample, bulkhead-mounted cabinets.


As provided by Capt Ken Kreisler in Power and Motoryacht Magazine

 


General
  • Innerspring Master Centerline Berth
  • Flatscreen Master Berth
  • Hanging Lockers
  • Master Head with Separate Shower
  • Guest Stateroom with Split Berth Which Converts
  • Large Hanging Locker
  • Guest Vacuflush Head with Separate Shower
  • Zoned AC/Heat
  • Dinette with Swinging Table
  • Dual Salon Settee (port is a pullout bed) 
  • Flat Screen in Salon with AV Equipment Underneat
  • Carpet In Salon
  • Hinged Engine Access Under Salon Carpet
  • Washer/Dryer Located Under Stairs Leading To Galley
  • Central Vac
  • Stereo
  • 3 Zone AC/Heat
  • Real Wood, High Gloss Interior
  • OceanAir Wood Salon Blinds

Galley

  • Upright Norcold Fridge/Freezer, Dual Voltage 
  • Microwave
  • 2 Burner Range
  • Corian Counters
  • Wood Flooring
  • Great Storage

Deck

  • Swim Platform
  • Swim Ladder
  • Aft Cockpit Bench Option
  • Swim Platform Chocks for Hard Bottom Dinghy, with Block And Tackle System for On and Off
  • Windlass
  • Searchlight
  • Rod Holders
  • Molded Cockpit Steps
  • Transom Trunk

Electronics

  • Garmin 7212 12" Multifunction Display
  • Garmin 7612 12" Multifunction Display
  • Transducer for Bottom Graph
  • Raymarine ST701 Autopilot 
  • Garmin Open Array Radar
  • Garmin VHF Radio
  • VesselView
  • Sea Ray Systems Monitor
  • ACR Spotlight Control
  • Vetus Bow Thruster Control
  • Clarion Remote
  • Engine Sync
  • Single lever control
  • Bennet Trim Tabs

Engines & Mechanical

  • Cummins 6CTA, 1232 on Starboard, 1230 on Port 
  • Onan 9kw Generator
  • Vetus 24V Bow Thruster
  • 24V Battery Charger
  • 12V Battery Charger
  • Reverso Oil Changing System
  • Hot Water Heater
  • Dripless Shaft Seals

 


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