Very nice example of the famous Trintella 42.
Very nice ship, especially for her age.
The Trintella 42 is yet another successful example of the perfect collaboration between the famous van de Stadt yacht designers and the well-respected Anne Waver schipyard. Both are known for their excellence in the yachting industry.
The Trintella 42 is a impressive ship and the current owner invested a lot to give this lady the love and attention she deserves. For example, in 2005 a complete new teakdeck is fitted and a new Volvo Penta D2-55 engine is installed. Also, in 2010 she got the full bottom treatment which basically is a complete new epoxy coating which is finished off with Coppercoat and on top of that, the hull and superstructure got a new paintjob. All is done by professional shipyards and can be backed up with invoices. In short, the owner did not skimp on maintenance.
If you set a foot on board, you obviously will notisch the nice teak deck but more practical, the wide side decks for easy manoeuvring and the practical deck layout. The cockpit is spacious and deep for comfort and protection and you find additional shelter behind the partial fixed sprayhood.
Inside the ship you are welcomed in a spacious, warm and nautical interior. At portside is the galley and the entrance to the rear cabin. At starboard side is a large navstation and the access to the rear toilet. Amidships are at both sides comfortable settees and two tables that can be connected to become one large table so you can sit and relax with a large crew.
Further forwards is the second cabin with bunkbeds and also a door to the second toilet. And entirely in the forepeak is the third cabin with a two person v-bed. This means with the three cabins you have fixed berths for six people and if you add the two saloon settees, you can sleep a total of eight comfortably.
All in all, this Trintella 42 is a spacious and above all a very solid ship. Perfect for long distance cruising but of course a nice relaxing day on local water is equally comfortable and fun as well with this ship. And as a bonus, being the beauty that she is, you get the very nice design for free with this one.
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Dimensions 12.90 m x 4.00 m x 2.10 m
Material GRP (Polyester)
Motor Volvo Penta D2-55, 2005
Harbour Dinteloord (NL)
VAT status VAT Paid
Designer: van de Stadt
Shipyard: Anne Wever
Hull number: 1142
Vertical clearance: 18.3 m
Draught: 210 cm
Displacement: 9,000 kg
Ballast: 4,000 kg
Steering system: Wheel push rod connections
Position steering system: Outside
Rudder: Single Keel/Lee board: Fixed keel
- In 2005 the enire teakdeck is removed and a new one is installed including the sandwich core.
- In 2005 an new Volvo Penta D2-55 installed including new engine fundations.
- In 2010/2011 full anti-osmosis treatment finished with Coppercoat.
- In 2011 repainted hull and superstructure.
- In 2011 new seavalve fitings throughout the ship.
- In 2011 new 9.5 hp CT100 bow thruster.
- In 2011 aluminum sprayhood frame renewd.
All is done by prefessionals and can be backed up with invoices.
Accommodation Headroom: 1.90 m
Cabins: 3, 2 cabins with double bed and 1 cabin with bunksbeds.
Berths: fixed: 6 extra: 2
Type interior: Classic,warm
Water tank & material: ca. 450 ltr.
Hot water: through gas calorifier, needss to be replaced.
Number of showers: 2
Toilets: 2 Manual
Cooker & fuel: 2 burner(s) Gas
Fridge & power source: Electric
Freezer: compartment in fridge.
Heating: hot air Webasto
Engine, electrics Category:
Inboard Brand: Volvo Penta D2-55
Number of cylinders: 4
Power: 55 hp
Engine hours: 650, estimated by owner.
Fuel: Diesel Transmission: Saildrive Propulsion: Propellor Volvo 3-blad fixed prop (2011)
Cooling system: Indirect
Fuel tanks: ca. 250 ltr.
Bow thruster: yes
Electric Battery: 4 x
2 x 220Ah (2018) + 1 x 100Ah (2011) service, 1 x 60Ah (2008) start Battery charger: 25 A
Constavolt Alternator: Voltmeter: Shore power: Shore power cable: Solar panel: 2 x 65w Voltage: 12V Navigation and electronics Compass: Sestrel Log/speed: B&G Depth gauge: B&G Wind gauge: B&G
works only up to 30 knots....for some reason. Navigation lights: Autopilot: Neco GPS: Radar: Furuno VHF: Icom Weatherfax/Navtex: Rig and sails Number of sails: 4 Main sail: Crusader Sails, full battoned 60m2 (2005) Genoa: Genua 1 60m2 (2005) + Genua 2 45m2 (1999) Furling foresail: furling system Storm jib: Spinnaker: ca. 105 m2 Manual winches: 8 Deck Equipment Anchors & material: 1 x Bruce 20 kg. Galvanized Anchor connection: Chain Anchor windlass: Electric Sprayhood: Cockpit tent: Sea rails: Push- and pulpit(s): Swimming ladder: Teak deck: Fenders, lines: Cockpit table: Safety Bilge pump: Manual Electric Fire extinguisher: Gas bottle locker with drain: Self-draining cockpit: