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Hatteras 42 LRC mkII
$87,500 USD
42ft in

The Hatteras 42 LRC is an ideal Pacific Northwest platform with her seaworthy full displacement hull, large fuel capacity and economical twin diesels providing a range of over 1,000 nautical miles. Quixote is a well maintained version of this model and nicely appointed with a recently installed Webasto hydronic diesel heater, air conditioning, Onan generator, Furuno electronics, stainless dinghy davit, and electric heads. Two staterooms, each with spacious heads and separate shower stalls, provide great accommodations for two couples or a family. The salon space features good visibility and a well-conceived U-shaped galley. On deck, wide and secure side decks allow easy passage forward and aft. Her flybridge is fully enclosed with canvas while the aft deck remains open for enjoying the sun or storage of the inevitable cruising toys like crab pots and paddleboards.

Quixote is a lot of boat at a great price point.

Name of vessel Quixote
Model Hatteras 42 LRC mkII
Year 1980
Builder Hatteras
Designer Jack Hargrave
Price $87,500 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 42
Beam (feet) 14'6"
Draft (feet) 3'10"
Displacement (pounds) 28600
Ballast (pounds)
Engine model Detroit 4-53
Engine horsepower 112
Engine hours
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 755
Water tank capacity (gallons) 220
Holding tank capacity (gallons) 80

Interior Accommodations

Quixote’s interior is beautifully finished in teak with a upgraded maple cabin sole. Her tri-cabin layout provides ample living space with a central main salon and galley and two private staterooms, each with large heads and separate shower stalls and excellent storage space. Her interior is heated by a recently installed Webasto hydronic diesel heater as well as the CruiseAir air conditioning/reverse cycle heating system.

Pressure hot and cold water with accumulator tank

Raritan 12-gallon hot water heater

Webasto DBW2010.73 hydronic diesel cabin heater (2018)

(3) CruiseAir air conditioning/reverse cycle heat units

Tundra refrigerator/freezer

Force 10 electric three burner stove/oven



Electronics and Navigation

At flybridge:

Furuno Navnet VX2 RDP 149 chartplotter

Furuno FMD811 radar display

Furuno open array radar antenna on mast

Icom IC-M127 VHF radio

Danforth Constellation compass

Raymarine ST60 Wind and Depth displays

Wagner rudder angle indicator

Simrad Robertson AP21 autopilot control

120v and 12v outlets

At lower helm:

Raymarine ST60 Depth display

Furuno GP1850 DF chartplotter

Furuno RDP118 radar display

Wagner rudder angle indicator

Chart storage rack overhead in salon

Pioneer stereo speakers at flybridge, salon and aft cabin (stereo receiver currently not installed)

Intercom system throughout


Electrical Systems

120v AC and 12v DC electrical systems

Hatteras AC and DC breaker panels with AC voltmeter and ammeter, DC voltmeter

125/250v 50amp shore power inlet

125v 30 amp shore power inlet

(2) 30 amp shore power cords

(1) 50 amp shore power cord

Heart 130 amp battery charger


Heart Freedom battery charger control panel/monitor

Onan 7.5 MDJE 7.5kw AC diesel generator


Mechanical Systems

(2) Detroit 4-53 diesel engines

Morse throttle/shift controls

Tachometer, coolant temperature, engine oil pressure, drive oil pressure, voltmeter gauges at both flybridge and salon stations

Dual Racor 75/900 FGX primary fuel filters for each engine

Packing gland shaft seal

Electroguard shaft brush

Engine room fire extinguisher (needs certification)

Hydraulic steering


Deck and Hull

44lb Bruce anchor with chain rode

Galley Maid electric vertical capstan anchor windlass with chain gypsy and rope drum, up and down foot controls

Fortress FX16 secondary anchor

(8) stainless steel mooring cleats

Canvas covers for wood handrails, anchor windlass

Full enclosure for flybridge

Stainless fender racks

Swim ladder with teak treads


Miscellaneous and Safety

West Marine 340 fiberglass bottom RIB dinghy

Suzuki 6hp Four Stroke outboard engine

Stainless dinghy davits at transom

Mast and boom with lifting tackle at aft deck

Teak flagstaff and US ensign

Magma propane BBQ with dedicated aluminum tank in stainless enclosure


Boat brush

(2) boat hooks
Fenders and dock lines

Deck chairs in custom cover on flybridge


Notable recent maintenance

2017 by Sea Marine, Port Townsend


All seacocks replaced.

All raw water strainers replaced.

Generator: new injectors and heat exchanger reconditioned.

New sump pumps.

One new Vacuflush toilet.

New shower pump aft cabin.

Davit: new switch and control unit.

Bottom painted (PCA Gold Blue)


January 2018 by Diesel Systems Services Inc. ($2671)


All fluids and filters replaced for engines, transmission and generator.

Both engine heat exchangers reconditioned.

Service adjustments and test.


February 2018 by Breakwater Marina Inc. ($15,639)


Installed Webasto diesel furnace

Installed macerator toilet rear cabin.

Miscellaneous other work.


Service April 2019 by Seahawk Yacht Services ($4472)


All fluids and filters replaced for engines, transmission and generator.

LED lamps mast head lights.

Add check valves to sump pumps.

Stuffing box packing replaced both drive shafts.

Service batteries.


Service June 2020 by Seahawk Yacht Services ($3210)


All fluids and filters replaced for engines, transmission and generator.

Service Suzuki outboard.

Inspect and service Racor Fuel Filters (clean bowls).

Service batteries.


Receipts for all worked performed available upon request.



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