42' SILVERTON 42 CONVERTIBLE (2000) "TRIPLE NET"

42' SILVERTON 42 CONVERTIBLE (2000) "TRIPLE NET"

42' SILVERTON 42 CONVERTIBLE (2000) "TRIPLE NET"

The Art of Living Well on the Water...You will be amazed by the freedom of movement possible within the artfully conceived spaces of the 42 Convertible. Their design team has treated one of the mainstays of the Silverton fleet to exterior and interior refinements that will appeal to a new generation of boaters.

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Description and photos courtesy: Silverton Yachts, Yachting Magazine

$175,000.00

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The Silverton 42 Convertible offers cruising and fishing amenities in an easy to handle package a family would enjoy operating.

Silverton 42Flybridge

While the same could be said about convertibles in general, the 42 doesn’t tread familiar ground, but instead displays several interesting twists that are clearly improvements in the breed. This beamy yacht utilizes space to a remarkable degree, with ample amenities and storage contributing to the well-being of owners and guests, alike.

Consider the two luxurious double-berth staterooms served by a split-head and stall shower arrangement. Both staterooms are fitted with fullsize innerspring mattresses, and generous stowage under the berths, in hanging lockers and along the hull sides.

StateroomHead

The split head places the shower stall, which has a towel locker, fiberglass pan and seat to port. The MSD and sink opposite share the space with a curvy Corian® countertop, a wood-grain vinyl sole and solid raised-panel cherry doors

The second stateroom is tucked away to port and features a berth with 6 feet, 4 inches of stretch-out room and 6 feet, 7 inches of stand-up space. It also has a fulllength hanging locker and two cabinets.

Guest StateroomSalon

The saloon has an ultraleather-covered sofa to starboard, an entertainment center built into the aft port bulkhead and a dinette forward that is slightly off center to port. This free-form plan lets guests relax, watch television and face each other, yet doesn’t hinder new arrivals. Or, say you want to try a little fishing. Rods are stowed in an overhead locker in the saloon, which women prefer since the gear remains out of sight. This is definitely neater than hanging them from the ceiling like a bait shop does, and where the aluminum butts are likely to crease your skull. The location is also more convenient than making folks get up from the sofa to reach the tackle. And the enormous booth settee wrapping a cherry-finished table – angled to face the convertible sofa and entertainment center. All combine in a superbly styled cabin perfect for conversation or more lively demonstrations of satisfaction.

The impressive galley is integrated into the layout. You will also be amazed by the generous cherry accents, which warm and enrich the interior. This galley will spoil you with its coffeemaker, wood-tone vinyl floor planking and other nifty features, but it’s also efficiently planned to allow you to work without blocking traffic moving to and from the staterooms.You can even watch the evening news on the television in the saloon while you make dinner.

Topside, the captain will appreciate an efficient helm station and the standard power of twin 440 HP Yanmar diesel engines. And all will be impressed by her smartly restyled exterior lines. Equally accessible is the flying bridge, thanks to abundant grabrails and molded fiberglass stairs in the cockpit. The bridge has a centerline helm and split controls, in the traditional layout.

HelmBench Seats

The helm features–well-placed, easy to read instrumentation, ample space for electronics in the dash and in an overhead compartment in the standard hardtop as well as room to reach the outboard companion seat without bothering the helmsman– flow like water. Three inviting bench seats will make the flying bridge a popular spot under way.

If life is said to begin at 40, this convertible truly knows the secret of living well.

Living Well

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