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Available for SaleLast Hurrah42' 1987 Ocean Alexander 


Two Owner 1987 OA42 Sedan

This is a great opportunity to acquire a fine example of the popular Ed Monk designed OA42 Sedan. The service history is exceptional, the owners have had Pacific Coast Yachting Services maintain the yacht since new.

The 42 OA Sedan is a popular Ed Monk design. The hull on this boat was later modified by Ed Monk and the flow master, Ed Hagemam making it more efficient and stable.

The service history on this boat is exceptional. The owners have had Pacific Coast Yacht Services maintain the boat since new. In the last few months the electronics have been upgraded to new Garmin systems including the auto pilot and transducer. Both bow and stern thrusters have been added. A new Ross Kelly Olsen davit was installed with a 2014 AB 10' center console dinghy. The salon was modified removing the built in settee and adding a beautiful 8' leather sofa as well as a new TV and microwave.


*Custom 4' hull extension

*Twin Detroit 6V53TI's with pax 1200 hours

*Westerbeke *KW generator With only 270 hours

*Heart inverter with 100A DC charger

*Forward master stateroom with Queensland bed

*Side by side single beds guest stateroom

*Head with shower stall

Recently Added Equipment...

All New Electronics Including Radar, Chart Plotters & Auto Pilot

New Bow & Stern Thrusters

New Davit With 2014 10' AB Center Console Rib Dinghy

Salon Upgraded With New Sofa

New TV & Microwave

26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Seattle Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


LOA: 42' (13 m)
Beam: 14' (5 m)
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Capacity: 500 gal (1,893 L)
Fresh Water Capacity: 150 gal (568 L)
Holding Tank: 40 gal (152 L)
Location: SEATTLE, United States, Washington
Build Year: 1987
Builder: Ocean Alexander
Model: 42 Sedan
Type: Flybridge


Accommodations & Equipment


This 1987 Ocean Alexander 42 Sedan has been lovingly cared for and its modern interior décor complements the beautiful satin finished teak paneling and cabinetry. The salon features an entertainment center, with a large L-settee with custom upholstery, dual Danko chairs, bar with refrigerator and icemaker, raised u-shaped galley and a lower helm station.

  • Satin finished teak cabinetry
  • Roller blinds for the salon entry doors
  • Teak parquet floors with a modern bound edge carpet
  • 2X Danko chairs
  • L-settee with custom upholstery & built-in storage
  • Window blinds
  • 2X Opening windows
  • AD/DC lighting
  • 2X Chrome floor lamps
  • Indirect valance lighting
  • Bar with hot/cold water, brass sink and new refrigerator with icemaker
  • Flat panel TV
  • Pioneer stereo system that is wired throughout the yacht
  • 2X Pioneer TS-1633 stereo speakers
  • 120V electric heater
  • Engine cruise heater
  • Dual sliding teak & glass salon entry doors
  • Teak framed salon screen doors

Owners stateroom

The owners stateroom features a pedestal queen island bed with custom bedding, beautiful teak wall panels, cabinetry and parquet flooring.

  • Island pedestal queen bed with built-in drawers
  • Custom bedding
  • Hanging locker with auto door light
  • 2X Chrome reading lights
  • Artwork
  • 4X Oval stainless steel portlights
  • Small vanity with mirror and sink with hot/cold water
  • 10X Storage drawers
  • 3X Storage lockers
  • AC/DC lighting
  • Valance rope indirect lighting
  • Sharp TV with a Insignia DVT tuner
  • Custom bound edge carpeting
  • Raised paneling cabinetry
  • 120V electric heater
  • Skylight with screen
  • Weems & Plath - Thermometer, Clock and Barometer

Guest stateroom

The guest stateroom features side-by-side beds with custom bedding, nightstand, hanging locker and teak parquet flooring.

  • Side-by-side beds with dual storage drawers
  • Custom bedding
  • Foam mattresses
  • Nightstand
  • Bureau with 3 drawers and cabinet storage
  • Hanging locker
  • Chrome reading lights
  • Mirrored wall
  • Stainless steel portlights


  • Vanity with poreclain sink and chrome finished faucet
  • Medicine cabinet
  • Vacuflush toilet
  • Teak framed mirror
  • Teak floor
  • AD/Dc lighting
  • Stall shower


The galley is located in the forward port side of the salon just behind the windshield on a raised platform which separates the galley from the salon and also provides the family's chef a 360 degree view while preparing meals. The U-shaped design gives offers exceptional counter space with drawer and cabinet storage.

  • Norcold DE-704 refrigerator w/freezer
  • Second refrigerator with icemaker located in the salon
  • Double stainless steel sink with a chrome single lever faucet
  • Garbage bin
  • 2X Dishware lockers
  • Drawer storage
  • Cabinet storage
  • Overhead lockers
  • Galley Maid 3 burner electric oven
  • New microwave oven
  • Thermador trash compactor - located at the salon bar


Electrical power for "Last Hurrah" is supplied via shore power, a Heart inverter/charger, a 8.0kw Westerbeke generator and the 12VDC battery system. All power is manage through the vessels AC/DC power distribution panels that are located in the salon.

  • Westerbeke 8.0kw generator with only 267 hours
  • Generator soundshield
  • Heart EMS2800-12 inverter/charger - 100A DC charger
  • Protech-4 40 amp 4-step battery charger
  • CH battery switch for the inverter batteries
  • 125VAC shore power
  • 125V/30A shore power cord
  • 4X 120V electric wall heaters (salon, staterooms and engine room)
  • Raritan 12 gallon hotwater heater
  • 1X 4D maintenance free generator battery
  • 1X 8D maintenance free engine start battery
  • 4X 8D Lifeline house/inverter batteries
  • Paragon 12VDC freshwater pump with a Groco accumulator tank and charcoal water filter
  • West Marine 12VDC deck washdown pump
  • 120VAC & 12VDC interior and engine room lighting


Powered by a pair of Detroit 6V53TI diesels with only 1169 hours, "Odyssey" offers cruising speeds up to 22 knots and a top of 26 knots. Since new all service work has been managed by Pacific Coast Yachting Services.

Recent mechanical service in October/November 2020 included rebuilding the engines turbochargers, servicing engine heat exchanger/cooler system, new water pumps, engine zincs, oil & antifreeze change and replacing the Racor and engine fuel filters. The generator received a oil and filter service.

  • Twin Detroit 6V53TI 375HP diesels with 1169 hours
  • Racor 1000FG fuel/water separation filters - main engines
  • Racor 500FG fuel/water separation filter for the generator
  • Fuel level sight tubes for the fuel tanks
  • Engines oil & filter service - October 5, 2020
  • Hynautic hydraulic steering system
  • 3X Rule bilge pumps, 2X 2000gph and 1X 800gph
  • Fuel capacity - 500 US gallons
  • Water capacity - 180 US gallons
  • Waste holding tank - 40 US gallons
  • Holding tank system with macerator and deck discharge
  • 120VAC engine room heater
  • National Marine stainless steel engine mufflers
  • New engine raw water intake hoses
  • Trident #200-5000-S exhaust hose
  • 12VDC engine room vent fans
  • AC/DC engine room lights
  • Bennett trim tabs

Navigation and helm station areas

Lower helm

  • Teak helm platform with drawer and cabinet storage
  • Leather upholstered helm seat
  • Teak destroyer helm wheel
  • Garmin radar
  • Garmin chart plotter
  • Standard horizon VHF radio
  • Datamarine depth sounder
  • Datamarine knot meter
  • Ritchie compass
  • Bennett trim tab control
  • VDO engine gauges
  • Morse engine/transmission controls
  • 3X windshield wipers

Flybridge Helm

  • Garmin Chart Plotter
  • 3X helm seats with Sunbrella covers
  • Large L-shaped settee with a Sunbrella cover
  • VDO engine gauges
  • Morse engine/transmission controls
  • Datamarine depth sounder
  • Datamarine knot meter
  • Ritchie compass
  • Standard Horizon VHF
  • Aiphone intercom to the lower helm
  • 2X Pioneer speakers with volume controls
  • Radar arch with Echotec GP3 antenna, Garmin radar antenna and Seawatch TV antennas.
  • 2X Arch 12VDC spreader lights
  • Non-skid bridge decking
  • Sunbrella helm cover
  • Stainless steel venturi with Lexan windshield panels

Fore & Aft Decks


  • Non-skid decking
  • Raw water deck washdown
  • Nilsson V700 vertical windlass
  • Galvanized plow anchor with anchor chain and rode
  • Bow pulpit with a stainless steel anchor roller system
  • Stainless steel safety railing
  • Skylight over the owners stateroom

Aft deck

  • Beautifully maintained teak decks
  • Transom door
  • Stainless steel & teak flybridge ladder
  • Port & starboard storage cabinets
  • 2X Garelick deck chairs
  • Garelick folding deck table
  • 2X teak framed salon screen doors


  • 4X House/inverter batteries
  • Hynautic hydraulic steering ram
  • Access to the engine room
  • 2X 250 US gallon diesel fuel tanks

Features Electronics

  • Depthsounder
  • Radar
  • Log-Speedometer
  • Repeater(s)
  • TV Set
  • Plotter
  • Autopilot
  • Radio
  • Compass
  • GPS
  • VHF

Inside Equipment

  • Electric Bilge Pump
  • Oven
  • Microwave Oven
  • Electric Head
  • Heating
  • Hot Water
  • Refrigerator
  • Battery Charger

Electrical Equipment

  • Generator
  • Inverter

Outside Equipment/Extras

  • Teak Cockpit
  • Davit
  • Tender


Measurements Speed and Distance Cruising Speed: 18 kn Cruising Speed RPM: 1900 Max Speed: 24 kn Dimensions LOA: 47 ft 0 in LWL: 42 ft 0 in Beam: 14 ft 6 in Min. Draft: 3 ft 2 in Weight Displacement: 23000 lb Miscellaneous Windlass: Electric Windlass Trim Tabs: No Tanks Fuel Tanks Capacity: 500 gal Fuel Tanks Material: Aluminum Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 150 gal Fresh Water Tanks Material: Stainless Steel Holding Tank Capacity: 40 gal Accomodations Number of Heads: 1 Propulsion #1 Engine Make: Detroit Engine Year: 1987 Primary Engines: Inboard Power: 375 hp Hours: 1170 Location: Port Engine Model: 6V52TI Fuel Type: Diesel Propeller Material: Bronze Drive Type: Direct Drive Propeller Type: 3 Blade #2 Engine Make: Detroit Engine Year: 1987 Primary Engines: Inboard Power: 375 hp Hours: 1170 Location: Starboard Engine Model: 6V53TI Fuel Type: Diesel Propeller Material: Bronze Drive Type: Direct Drive Propeller Type: 3 Blade

Ed Monk & Ed Hagemann Designed Hull Extension

The owners of "Odyssey" wanted to improve on the original Ed Monk hull design to give the yacht a flatter running angle at cruising speeds, so what did they do, the contacted Ed Monk. Ed Monk and the renowned hydrodynamicist Ed Hagemann worked together to design a hull extension that would achieve the customer goal, which in part was to carry a dinghy on the transom and not have the yacht at cruising speeds with a high bow angle. In the end "Odyssey" offers a flatter running angle and it not much longer than your typical OA42 with a bolted on swim platform.

The work was completed on Lake Union at what is now Ocean Alexander Marines boatyard. The hull extension also offers considerable storage space.


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.

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