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Valiant 42
$275,000 USD
42ft in

The Valiant 42 is a highly regarded blue water cruiser, robustly built and well known to be an excellent vessel for singlehand or shorthanded sailing. This Bob Perry design has proven itself in round-the-world races and by cruisers setting off to explore the world’s oceans. The Valiant 42 has long been the choice for singlehand sailors and cruising couples because of the ease of sailing, robust build, and proven reputation. Well equipped and lightly used, Mahalo is in excellent condition, and it shows. Among the last six built, this Valiant is like no other you’ve seen on the market. She is equipped for blue water voyaging and live aboard comfort. Mahalo is hull number 181, built in 2008 at the Texas factory, which closed in 2011 after 35 years of continuous production. The Valiant factory offered a highly customizable build process that was attractive for the original owners who had owned a Valiant 40 and understood how to make the boat even better. She was ordered from the factory with all the specifications to do just that, and the results of the continuous maintenance, excellent care, and substantial upgrades are evident.At first glance you will notice she is all shining white Awlgrip, stainless steel, with new running rigging and canvas. There is no exterior wood on the boat, except for a little vanished teak trim under the dodger. All the beautiful wood is in the interior; gorgeous hand-rubbed cherry. Mahalo was painted with Awlgrip Awlcraft paint in 2018 in white with a thin blue strip accentuating the sheer line. At that time she received major maintenance while down rigged in Annapolis, Maryland. Everything that could be replaced was replaced. She is like new. If you are in the market for a cruising boat of the highest caliber, please give this Valiant 42 your consideration.If you are in the market for a cruising boat of the highest caliber, please give this Valiant 42 your consideration. Here are a few highlights:

  • Larger Westerbeke diesel engine – 55hp with 1500 hours
  • 5kw Westerbeke generator with 350 hours
  • AGM batteries with custom installation of extra batteries for 900 amp/hours (new in 2018)
  • Air conditioning 18,000 BTUs and reverse cycle heat
  • Spectra Catalina 300 watermaker, with maintenance items and spares (winterized)
  • Espar diesel cabin furnace
  • Monitor windvane steering system
  • Haulout in Spring 2022 with major maintenance bottom paint, Prop-speed, Max Prop serviced, zincs, polished the hull
  • Quantum sails in excellent condition
Name of vessel Mahalo
Model Valiant 42
Year 2008
Builder Valiant Yachts
Designer Bob Perry
Price $275,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 42
Beam (feet) 12'9"
Draft (feet) 6'
Displacement (pounds) 24,600
Ballast (pounds) 9500
Engine model Westerbeke 55C
Engine horsepower 55
Engine hours 1500
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 107
Water tank capacity (gallons) 90
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 13

Forward Storage Area

● Chain locker is divided for two anchors with starboard grate

● Chain locker has Starboard reinforcement on the bulkhead

● Primary Bruce anchor has 400’ of chain with much pulled aft under storage

● Note: The deckwash pump is in the storage area on the starboard side

● Stored there are new furling lines, sheets, halyards

● Spare 110v battery charger

● Downwind MPS (Doyle Sails used three times) and control lines

● Custom teak line holder for MPS rigging

● Large overhead hatch for downwind sail and escape

● Custom teak screen

● Great ventilation flow through the boat

● Two custom cabinets

● Fire extinguisher mounted up forward


Forward Cabin

● Pullman layout

● Nice double berth with overhead hatch and window

● Reading lights and dome light in the berth

● The fiddle that runs the length of the boat is a great nook

● Drawers three large drawers and a show locker under berth and storage outboard

● Step for hopping up

● Six-inch-high quality mattress with hypervent

● Custom shelf at the forward (foot) bulkhead

● Shelf has B&G hydra multi-function display to monitor

● To starboard, huge hanging locker with shelves outboard

● Clothes hook behind the door

● Additional large locker with shelves for clothes

● Large hanging locker with shelves outboard

● Shelf above with storage great for hats and scarves

● Overhead Lewmar hatch with custom teak screen over berth

● Stainless steel opening ports with screens port and starboard

● Alpenglow red and white light

● Two Hella fans in the forward cabin


Main Salon

● Pullman chose for ocean passage making and world voyaging due to the storage it offers

● Port side settee with foot well (which can store an immense load)

● Huge locker amid ship houses the masthead connections, it houses the electronic compass for radar overlay, and provides storage also

● Fluxgate compass installed on the salon table leg away from interference

● At the base of the mast under the floorboard is the Furuno sensors for boat speed

● Reading lights at settees port and starboard, both ends

● Alpenglow lights overhead with both red and white

● Drop leaf table that can extend across to the starboard settee to seat four

● Center storage in the table for those special beverages or cloth napkins

● Salon port side cabinet is huge to store many things

● Seafrost and 12v Tradewinds system in the cabinet

● Full-length shelves for books and baskets and things

● Settees have storage outboard

● Water tanks are aluminum, 44 gallons each under settee (88 gallons total)

● Port side settee has lee cloth and foot well

● Starboard settee is full length with lee cloth and reading lights

● Settee cushions in perfect condition always covered (blue soft upholstery)

● Starboard outboard shelf (double shelf) with cabinet aft near the nav

● This cabinet houses the installation of Iridium brain, stereo, and manuals

● Beautiful hand rubbed varnished cherry interior

● Chelsea striking ships clock and barometer

● Beautiful oil lamp from Norway, a special gift to the boat

● Large Lewmar ocean hatch with teak custom screen

● Four Hood stainless steel opening ports with screens

● Custom curtains run the full length of salon (always closed to prevent sun damage)

● Cherry fiddles run the full length and accentuate the shear of the hull shear

● Hella fans with variable speeds, very quiet

● Stereo speakers, and stereo

● Teak and basswood cable sole has always had rugs and is perfect

● Floorboards are impressive thick marine plywood laminated with half inch teak

● All the floorboards are locking, and all numbered

● Main freshwater intake thru hull located amid ship under the sole

● Manual emergency bilge pump (secondary interior pump) stored under sole

● Air conditioning and refrigeration pumps located under the sole

● Insulated hull to the water line means no condensation in the interior and in the lockers



● Classic Valiant U-shaped galley adjacent the nav station

● Force 10 three-burner gimbaled stove and oven

● Cabinet with sliding doors outboard with two shelves dishes

● Microwave at the forward end of cabinet

● Huge counter forward with room to open the refrigerator

● Refrigerator has extra insulation with divider so large freezer is separate

● Controls for two separate systems, 110v Seafrost and 12v (labeled)

● Two cold plates for very effective 110v system, generator can freeze quick

● Seafrost 12v Tradewinds system keeps the cold and works on the hard also

● Corian counters with teak fiddles, perfect condition

● Silverware drawer

● Trash bin roll out trash bin near the centerline, envy of boat owners

● Aft bulkhead double deep stainless steel sinks and pressure faucet

● Seagull filter water system with new filter, not used

● Manual foot pump for fresh water in galley and in the head

● Custom sink pump out drain, note raised waterline for distance cruising

● Cabinet above the sink is large

● At the outboard side of the counter is a huge locker for pans and pans and ships stores (all the pots and pans convey as they work perfectly on the boat)

● Under sink cabinet is large holding all cleaning supplies

● Three deep drawers in the sink cabinet inboard

● Overhead ocean hatch with teak screen for galley ventilation

● Stainless steel Hood port with screen outboard to port over stove

● Huge amazing Valiant pantry to starboard at the galley aft of nav seat

● Pantry has four awesome rollout locking shelves! The envy of boat owners.

● Shelf above pantry and small cabinet with safety equipment

● AC/Heat intake installed below pantry with vents throughout


Head & shower stall

● Located aft at companionway

● Bifold teak door

● Separate shower with seat, teak grate and sump pump

● Shower has Euro faucet with hot and cold water

● Opening Hood port with screen in shower

● Lewmar ocean hatch in shower

● Towel or foul weather gear hooks!

● Very large locker outboard of the shower seat

● Large Corian counter with sink outboard

● Cabinets outboard to the hull with two shelves

● Amazing storage locker or hamper, your choice

● Hot and cold pressure water and manual foot pump

● Mirror

● Towel rods and hooks

● Cabinet above the sink is huge extending to hull

● Toilet (larger Puritan Skipper toilet) with new pump

● Custom access to the engine room just aft of toilet

● Espar heater vent in the bathroom!

● Large storage under sink cabinet


Aft Stateroom

● Off-shore sea berth

● Double berth with divided cushion and lee board

● Two mattresses with hypervent

● Perfect off-watch sea berth

● Safety gear can be stowed in the outboard berth

● Hella fans

● Lewmar ocean hatch

● Hood opening ports (two) with screens

● Bifold privacy door

● The “pizza” window folds up to provide for communication with the cockpit

● Seat with storage under for tools

● Large locker outboard holds safety gear and sailing gear

● Mirror and clothes hooks

● Large drawer under berth

● Custom extra batteries installed under the drawer to make 900-amp hours

● Under berth the amazing battery installation with tiedowns and new boots

● Seafrost 110v compressor, under berth

● Hot water heater 110v, under berth

● Epirb, grab and go location

● Bilge pump at the lowest place just forward of companionway stair


Navigation Station

● The classic forward facing nav station is the ships office

● Located to starboard adjacent the galley

● Custom flush mounted electronics, all neat, clean, beautiful

● Electronics Furuno, B&G

● Norwegian nav chart light, red and white

● Storm glass

● Chart table is large enough with chart storage within

● Charts, charts, charts

● Storage outboard for various things including Icom handheld VHF, Q Flag, Curtesy flags, burgees

● Storage under nav seat currently spares and supplies

● Drawer for everything

● Cabinet under nav desk is large

● Opening port with screen

● Ocean hatch, small over nav station with teak screen

● Hella fan

● Alpenglow red and white light

● Behind above nav seat is Espar diesel heat control panel

● Air conditioning 110v control panel



● Teak steps with treads

● Teak drop boards are solid

● Companionway cherry screens beautiful and provide great ventilation

● Companionway cherry and plexiglass drop boards provide light

● Sliding hatch has sky light, always covered to keep interior nice

● Electrical control panel on the bulkhead under the companionway ladder

● Master breaker for 110v shore power, generator, inverter

● Master breaker for 12v system, for refrigeration

● Generator start control

● Lewmar electric winch breaker for cabin house winch under dodger

● Espar diesel furnace breaker

● Solar charger panel

● Halon system override control

● B&G Hydra Remote handheld control unit for use under dodger

● Engine room light switch

● Command mic for VHF radio

Electronics and Navigation

● Furuno NavNet II, the master brain with additional unit under dodger

● Upgraded for high res 36-mile color radar with overlay MARPA

● Chart plotter uses C-Map NT Command NT Charts

● (Complete charts for all of North and South America)

● Class A Furuno AIS (sends and receives like commercial ships)

● Wind speed and direction display over companionway

● Furuno weatherfax

● Furuno forward looking sonar

● Sirius weather data and charts (requires subscription)

● Upgraded Furuno electronic compass

● Northstar 600i chart plotter (totally separate) provides backup

● Northstar also feeds data to the B&G Hydra system/multi-function displays

● Northstar uses Navionics charts, Alaska to Cape horn, and even Nova Scotia

● B&G multifunction display at the nav station and two over companionway

● B&G Hydra autopilot is top of the line upgraded hydraulic ram with rudder indicator at the helm

● B&G Hydra autopilot remote at the companionway and also at the helm

● Furuno Fluxgate Compass (under the salon table)

● ICOM VHF radio with full function cockpit mic

● ICOM Single sideband radio with Pactor II modem for SSB data

● Iridium phone installed with external antenna.

● Valiant Electrical Panel outboard with tidy labeled installation

● DC panel

● AC 110v panel

● Xantrex Power Inverter and battery monitor

● Large fire extinguisher installed under nav table

● EPIRB installed in aft cabin to grab and go with ditch bag

● Monitor windvane steering system (currently in storage

Electrical systems

● Batteries replaced in 2018

● Amazing 900-amp hours of battery power with custom installation

● Lifeline AGM Group 31 XL (1-4 under berth)

● Lifeline AGM Group 31 XL (5-6 in custom drawer below berth)

● Lifeline AGM Group 31 XL start battery

● Solar Panels: two 130-amp panels installed on stern arch

● Wind generator Eclectic Energy D400 quiet, with spares and maintenance items including spare hub and blades

● 50-amp shore power connection, shore power cable, connectors and adaptors (many electrical spares)

Mechanical Systems

Engine Details

● Westerbeke 55B 55hp engine V-drive

● PYI shaft seal new in 2016

● Cutlass bearing replaced in 2016

● 1500 hours (hour meter stopped at 880), log available

● Four-cylinder, naturally aspirated maintained in excellent condition

● Stainless steel shaft with line cutter and zincs

● New 120-amp alternator with Balmar regulator double belts

● Dual Racor fuel filters

● Valiant fuel manifold for three fuel tanks, total of 63 gallons

● Saddle tanks in port and starboard cockpit lockers outboard

● Custom additional tank, 23 gallons in engine room

● Full access to engine

● Storage for tools and oil

● Electric oil change pump

● Engine spares: impellers, filters, o-rings, belts, water pump, alternator (Westerbeke kit)

● Spare alternator, regulator and likely more


Generator Details

● Westerbeke 5kw diesel generator (350 hours)

● Located centerline aft of engine under cockpit sole

● Access from cockpit lockers and in engine room

● Can run everything from the 110v refrigeration and air conditioner/reverse cycle heat to tea kettle

● Controls at companionway

Deck and Hull

● Classic Bob Perry modified fin keel, laterally long for stability and tracking

● Skeg mounted rudder as deep as the keel

● The boat steers itself if sails are trimmed

● Overbuilt solid hand laid fiberglass hull is famously robust

● Hull insulation deck to waterline prevents condensation

● Impressive very robust Valiant layup schedule of matt and woven roving

● Deck cored with balsa with solid fiberglass where needed for any hardware

● Aluminum slotted toe rail for easy attachment points for blocks

● Scuppers

● Beautiful dawn colored factory nonskid

● Classic vertical cabin house sides so you can open ports in rain

●(12) Hood ports with screens throughout the boat

●(7) Lewmar ocean hatches with teak screens and covers

● Massive Valiant bow anchor platform with solid bow pulpit of 1” SS

● 24” high stanchions with SS uncoated lifelines and new hardware

● Solid stern rail to the boarding gates port and starboard

● Secure offshore cockpit

● Folding Valiant ladder installs on the toe rail port or starboard

● Structural Valiant arch system integrated with stern rail and davit system

● Arch supports installed solar and wind

● Integrated davit system with all hardware and lines to raise and lower dink

● Davits easily removed to accommodate Monitor wind vane steering system

● Monitor windvane hardware and line controls installed

● B&G Hydra autopilot at the helm with remote

● B&G multifunction displays over the companionway

● Wind speed and direction display over companionway

● Furuno NavNet display under dodger

● Heel-o-Meter

● Richie compass at the Binnacle

● Elkhide cover on the 36” wheel

● Wheel lock

● Monitor windvane control lines with hardware on the binnacle

● Ritchie compass on the binnacle

● Cockpit table, starboard, not wood

● Helm cover always used so everything has been protected

● Two large cockpit lockers port and starboard lockers with fuel tanks outboard, generator access panels installed

● Teak line holders in cockpit lockers

● Two aft lockers with the port side used for stern anchor rode below and propane sealed space above


Deck Layout

● Valiant massive stainless steel bow pulpit anchor platform

● Welded eye for spinnaker Harken block at the bow, custom

● Anchor snubber system Harken block attached to the platform

● Custom stainless steel plate protects the deck from anchor chain

● Lighthouse 1500 electric windlass for HT chain

● Hoss pipe to port for secondary anchor with gypsy on Lighthouse

● Port side connection for anchor washdown system with intake in the forepeak storage area

● Primary anchor is 77lb Manson Bruce anchor with 400’ 5/16th HT chain (Note: there is a new 66lb Bruce in storage to downsize)

● Secondary anchor is 45lb CQR with 20’ chain and about 150‘ of rode with the Lighthouse gypsy roller to support the rode

● Anchor location float

● Anchor snubber rigged and ready

● Stainless steel cleats 10” with chocks at the bow, amid ships, and at the stern

● Large Lewmar ocean hatch forward provides a great way to get the MPS downwind sail out and back in, also provides amazing ventilation

● Cabin house has vertical sides so open ports in light rain

● Hood ports have the bottom edge angled down so as not to collect water

● Cabinhouse foredeck is flat and stows a dinghy nicely with electric winch to lift it easily, even as a single hander

● Folding padeyes factory installed on foredeck for dinghy

● Lewmar hatch on the cabin house forward of the mast

● Note: all hatches have always been covered to keep the interior beautiful

● The downwind pole installed on the mast with hardware

● Aluminum mast collar is slotted to allow for attaching the blocks

● Guards for the dorades make nice steps to reach the top of the mainsail

● The mainsail cover has the zipper offset to starboard for ease if zipping

● The toe rail is a slotted aluminum rail that allows blocks to be attached where they are needed, and Winchard eyes for blocks are attached were needed

● Winchard eyes are ready for spinnaker sheet blocks

● Starboard boards port and starboard for jerry can tiedowns

● (6) Jerry cans, in storage

● The dodger is a custom design that is very sleek with the sides extending well aft for protection in weather under the dodger

● The dodger connector canvas with windshield attaches to the Bimini

● Dodger has handholds on the sides as you step in and out of the cockpit and a hand hold on the aft side in the cockpit for safety and security

● Cockpit coamings are flat for a nice place to sit

● Teak cockpit grate in two pieces for easy removal for cleaning

● Bridge deck for offshore safety

Stainless stern arch system

● The arch was customized by the engineer owner who specified extra support gussets and tie rods to prevent vibration

● The two 130-amp solar panels are mounted on top of the arch

● The Eclectic Energy D400 wind generator is mounted on the starboard side on the arch integrated with the arch

● The antennas also live on the arch; Northstar antenna and the Furuno NavNet two antennas supporting the Furuno AIS, Iridium Sat Phone, and Sirius Weather

● The arch was rebedded in Dec 2018 when the boat arrived in Seattle by truck

● The davit system is removable, integrated with stern arch

● Davit control lift-lower lines run with two to one tackle run through blocks and through a stopper so that it can be done by a solo sailor or even easier as a team

● The new ABI 8’5” dinghy is a fabulous aluminum bottom dinghy which is very light and very strong

● The davit system allows the dinghy to be carried very high (although it is stowed on deck with lifting harness and electric winch for an ocean passage, or anytime)

● LED stern light is mounted on the arch and is very visible

● Flag holder is mounted on the arch and also one on the coaming

● Edson engine mounts are installed port and starboard to carry two outboards, one small and light, and one larger (if you like)

● To starboard is the outboard lifting crane with four to one purchase with the lifting line easily run to the primary sheet winch for ease and safety

● Port side aft in the cockpit is the stern anchor system for the 20lb Danforth anchor stowed on the stern rail

● There is also an anchor reel 2022, it certainly looks impressive

● The chain locker below the propane installation under the removeable locker pan has the chain and rode and also a roller mounted on the stern

Sails and Rigging

Rig and Sail Controls

● True cutter rig with mast well aft to support jib, staysail, and main

● Rod rigging removed, cleaned, and visually inspected in 2018

● Running rigged all new in 2018

● Mast is beautiful, tapered spar with stout double spreaders, waxed annually

● Leather spreader boots sewn on in 2018

● Spreaders have flag halyards port and starboard

● Radome installed on the mast

● Firedell radar reflector above radome

● Foredeck light installed on the mast

● LED steaming light on the mast (all bulbs replaced 2018)

● Masthead wind speed and direction system and Windex

● Mast has mast steps at the top to work aloft at the masthead

● Downwind pole and control system on the mast

● Strong track for storm trysail installed on the mast (added 2018) great for using MateMate system to go aloft

● Navtec rod rigging with permanent aft shrouds make for a stout rig

● Running backstays are ready for use if conditions warrant

● Navtec rod rigging has Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner serviced 2018

● Mast has line stoppers are installed on the mast for every halyard

● Main halyard Lewmar self-tailing winch is on starboard

● All the winches are self-tailing

● Main sail is raised and reefed at the mast easily

● Electric winch on the cabin house for mainsail with line stoppers

● Deck hardware installed at the factory if you want to lead the main halyard and reef lines to the cockpit, but reefing is easy and fast as it is.

● Headsail halyards to port with stoppers and mast winch

● Downwind MPS sail halyards port and starboard

● Boom has a reefing winch on starboard with line stoppers for reef lines

● Pad-eyes installed on the boom with already rigged offshore preventer system

● Blocks on the boom support the Valiant boom control system installed port and starboard to stabilize the boom and work like a vang, (very different and very nice)

● Dyneema line lazy jack system with hardware on the boom and cleats on the mast

● Topping lift, also Dyneema, doubles as a spare halyard

● Schaefer roller furlers for the jib and staysail with furling lines led aft on the port side through guides and stopper controls and cockpit winch

● Jib sheets are led through the movable jib cars on the deck through turning blocks aft and to the primary sheet winches on the coaming

● The moveable jib sheet cars provide for excellent sail control with adjustment under load with ease and in safety from the cockpit!

● Harken snatch blocks can be attached on the Wichard pad eyes that are semi permanently installed on the aluminum toe rail

● Forward, two blocks for mainsail preventer

● Midship, blocks for jib sheets when reaching

● Aft two blocks for MPS sheets

● MPS -Permanently installed block at the bow on the bow pulpit for Snubber -Permanently installed block at the bow on the bottom for s

● Snatch blocks for as needed controls


Sail Inventory

● New ocean cruising sails in 2018, stored in loft, light usage

● New Quantum 125% jib with roller reefing, first reef at 110%

● Quantum staysail with foam luff and reefing points

● Quantum loose footed mainsail with three reefs

● Storm sails, trysail and storm staysail never used

● Downwind MPS with with sock stows in forepeak almost new


Controls in the Cockpit

● Primary sheet winches on the coaming port and starboard

● The sheet winches are in easy reach even if you are standing in the steering station, which is perfect for single hand sailing

● Furling line winch to port on the coaming with stoppers, in easy reach of the helm

● Furling lines are color coded and different in thickness so you can feel them as well as see them

● Winches on the cabin house port and starboard for staysail sheets that run to blocks on adjustable mini track on the cabin house

● Lewmar multipurpose electric winch on cabin house to starboard

● Mainsheet is controlled with the traveler located forward of the dodger and through a dedicated line stopper to the electric winch on the cabin house under the dodger

● The stopper makes is possible for the electric winch to be used for other things if need be

● Traveler has control lines with stoppers under the dodger, so it is controlled in the cockpit for safety

● Forward of the dodger is a custom starboard panel to keep water from going under the dodger, only this Valiant has this custom feature

● The cockpit is deep and secure with solid stainless steel stern rail to the boarding gates and the integrated arch

● The cockpit is also long enough to lie down in

● Bridge deck makes it safe for ocean sailing

● The helm is covered by a perfect bimini to protect the helmsman in rain

● The connector piece that attached to the dodger has a windshield so it can be used in inclement weather

● Weather cloths are permanently installed port and starboard

● Pad eyes installed with permanent tether line so you can remain attached stepping behind the wheel for safety and security


Miscellaneous and Safety


● AB 8’5” aluminum ultralite stows on davits or on deck

● Avon 8’5” fiberglass bottom inflatable dinghy

● Dinghy cover used when stowed on deck

● Dinghy anchor and rode

● Foot pumps (two)

● Towing lifting bridle

● Fuel tank and hoses

● Yamaha 5hp, 4-stroke OB (very new)

● Yamaha 4.5, 4-stroke OB (used once)

● Yamaha 3hp, 2-stroke OB (tiny and mighty runs great)

● Yamaha 9 hp, 2-stroke OB (just serviced)



● Safety first, last and always in every aspect of design and rigging

● Epirb

● Ditch bag

● Drogue

● Sea anchor

● Storm anchor (FX-35 in bag)

● Storm sails

● Iridium sat phone


Other Equipment List

● Plastic bin with all manuals for equipment onboard

● Spares for engine, generator, watermaker, Espar, windvane

● Set of Megabraid docklines

● Inflatable fenders with pump

● Power cord and adaptors (15-amp, 30 amp and 50 amp

● Power cable

● Y connectors for 30 amp/50 amp

● 300’ extra rode

● Rigging cutter

● Fender boards

● Boat hook

● Dinghy outboard handle extension

● Mastmate climber

● Dinghy bilge pump

● Dinghy harness for lifting or dragging

● Boat cover for winter

● SSB radio

● Ocean life preservers (4)

● Jack lines

● Offshore preventer system rigged

● Cockpit strong point/strap for tether


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