1985 Kadey-Krogen Krogen 42 “Kallista”

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Listing Agent:
Jodi Jamiolkowski
Phone:
(443)808-4171
Email:
jodi@kadeykrogen.com

Brief Specifications

Current Price:
US$ 192,000
Year:
1985
Length:
42'
Engine/Fuel Type:
Single diesel
Hull Material:
Fiberglass
Location:
Tracys Landing, MD

Description


Welcome aboard Krogen 42 KALLISTA.

The Krogen 42 is the original raised pilot house trawler design that started the legacy of Kadey-Krogen Yachts.   And while the 42 has become a timeless design in the history of trawlers, you may also have heard that no 42 is like the other.  Kallista is no exception.  In fact, she is one of nice 42s that come on the market where the owner has invested time, engineering and money over the course of ownership, and in preparation for sale, to make her a structurally strong and mechanically upgraded for her vintage.  She is for those buyers getting ready cruise, not refit.   

If you are looking for a trawler with good "bones", one that safe and comfortable, one that you can have confidence in to support your cruising goals, then take a look at Kallista.   

Note: Engine room preview video included. 

Serious inquires only.  Showings are done with advance notice and by appointment only. 


Full Specifications


Construction & Decks

Hull is fiberglass sandwich construction using closed-cell PVC foam core. Closed-cell PVC foam does not deteriorate or absorb water. Fiberglass schedule uses heavy hand lay-up mat and roving. The composite structure serves both as a buoyancy material and shock, sound and temperature insulator. It rides quiet, increases impact strength and eliminates condensation build-up inside the hull.  Decks and superstructure are fiberglass sandwich construction. 

 

When purchased in 2007 the bottom was reconditioned with three layers of new fiberglass with West System epoxy.  All below the water line through-hull / sea cocks were replaced at that time with solid fiberglass coring.  A vinyl-ester barrier was added to prevent blisters.  Additionally, Kallista has been hauled each winter ensuring a dry hull.

 

Main decks are fiberglass with the exception of the lazarette area where the teak was reconditioned by Phipps Boat Works in 2009.  The decks were re-painted at that time with Aulgrip to match the colors of more modern Krogens.  All scuppers were rebuilt using solid fiberglass inserts manufactured by Osprey Marine Composites.   

 

The upper boat deck was completely refurbished in 2010 by Osprey Marine.  This included re-coring about 2/3 of the boat deck with closed-cell PVC foam core.  Three of the four fashion plates have been rebuilt, reglassed and painted with Aulgrip

 

More recent (2018) cosmetic work included significant Aulgrip painting of the main deck inboard strakes, boat deck access combing, and areas on the boat deck. The lifeline stanchions were rebedded on solid fiberglass blocks for additional strength.


Saloon

The saloon is entered through double doors from the covered aft deck. There is a standalone sofa on the portside and two chairs.  To port there is a Flexsteel Magic Sofa that makes into a double sleeper for guests.  Forward to port across from the galley is a bookcase.  A Sony Flat Screen TV is mounted on a swivel base in the aft port corner of the saloon.


Galley

The galley has been updated since original build.  A nice amount of storage in cabinets, drawers and overhead cabinets. There is a Force 10 propane 3 burner range (new in 2015) with oven and broiler, double stainless steel sink and updated laminate counter tops (2015.) Custom-made tile from Portugal lines the backsplash.  The galley includes a microwave oven.  The galley highlight is the brand-new Sea-Frost refrigeration and freezer units with separate electronic controllers (new in 2019.)


Master Stateroom

Four steps down and forward is the master stateroom. There is a double berth on the starboard side, a large double hanging locker and dresser on the portside and drawer storage under the berth.  A steel small arms locker / safe box is located in the hanging locker.  A flat screen TV is on the forward wall.


Guest Stateroom

The guest stateroom is arranged as an office with a deck and a settee which can be used as a single berth. There is an additional Pullman style single berth on the forward bulkhead. A bookcase, hanging locker and drawers complete the storage space.


Heads (2)

The port side has a Raritan Atlantis Freedom (2013) electric freshwater head and a separate shower stall. Owners stateroom has shower and raw water head.  The septic system was completely rebuilt at the same time with new hoses, holding tank level indicator in master stateroom, Sweet Tank aerator, and tank cleanout port and Whale overboard macerator pump.  An over-sized vent line hose was also added. 


Pilothouse

Four steps up from the saloon/galley is the raised pilothouse providing a completely separate helm station from the rest of the boat. Aft of the helmsman is a settee/pilot berth which converts to a double berth. There are port and starboard Dutch doors to the walkaround deck and foredeck.


Electronics

RayMarine E120 Chart recorder with HS Navigation Network (Pilot House) (2008)

RayMarine DSM 300 dual frequency fish finder / sonar

RayMarine Digital Scanner Radar (2013)

RayMarine ST-60+ Tri-display (Fly Bridge) Furuno GPS 36 GPS Navigator  Autopilot/With Remote  Icom IC-M602 VHF radio DSC connected to GPS (Pilot House)

Icom IC-706 MK2-G Amateur Radio SSB / VHF /  UHF with automatic antenna tuner

Standard Marine VHF transceiver (Fly Bridge) Davis wind instrument (Pilot House)

Ritchie Danforth constellation compass 




Electrical

Electrical Westerbeke 8 kw generator in sound shield  Xantrex Freedom Marine 30 inverter auto switches by Iota Engineering model ITS50R transfer

Batteries: four (8) 6 volt in series-parallel configuration (2017), Size 31 Main Engine Start battery (2017), AGM batteries for Generator and flybridge electric dingy winchPro-Mariner Fail Safe Galvanic Isolator

Hi-capacity alternator with Balmar MC-612 Max Charge Controller for house bank

 

 


Engine Room

Single Ford Lehman 135hp.  (New engine hour meter installed in 2009, estimated total hours 5600)

E-Borg Warner Velvet Drive Transmission

Shaft, cutlass bearing, and engine to transmission friction plate replaced (2014) Dual Racor 500 fuel filters (Main Engine – changeable underway)

Racor 500 fuel filter for generator

ESI fuel polishing / transfer system  Gulf Coast oil filter for generator

Raritan 12 gallen hot water heater (2016)


Additional Components

Naiad 174 stabilization (Gyro rebuilt 2017 – seals and oil maintenance 2018)

12 Volt Ideal electric anchor windlass  Combo Splendide washer & dryer (available, but not on boat. Do not know working condition.) Cruisair Reverse cycle air conditioning - 16k BTU & 12k BTU forward stateroom  60# CQR on 3/8" bbb chain

Danforth anchor with 20' 1/2" BBB chain and 200' 3/4" nylon rode  Dickson Hydraulic Stern Thrusters

Smoke & fire alarms - CO2 alarms in staterooms

Windlass deck washdown

Klaksten air horn

Hot / cold fresh water cockpit shower

Extensive inventory of spare parts 

Bimini canvas

Tender: 2011 AB rib 9’ double hull fiberglass.  No motor.

Magma grill


Additional Upgrades

Fuel tanks:  Starboard fuel tank rebuilt as two (2) 100 gal aluminum fuel tanks (2016), with forward tank configured as a day tank.  Original Port fuel tank is steel (350 gallons) cleaned (2019) (Access ports for each tank section)

Fresh water tanks: rebuilt port (2009) and starboard (2019)

Electrical system rewired for new batteries

LED lights (about 50% of boat) upgrade, including red & white combination in pilothouse

New coolers in engines (3) and generator (1) (2013)

Whale Gulper shower sump tank and pump supporting both head showers

Main Engine Exhaust hose replaced 2009

Generator exhaust hose and muffler replaced 2016

Full bottom paint (July 2019)

Wax and compound (July 2019)


Disclaimer

Owner's personal tools, belongings and artwork do not convey with sale of boat. 

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.



Last Revised: Nov 04, 2019

Contact Jodi Jamiolkowski for more information on this yacht at (443)808-4171 or via Email: jodi@kadeykrogen.com

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