Lucy 2 | 2014 Alpha 42 Catamaran

Jensen Beach, FL, US

Lucy 2 | Alpha 42 Catamaran 42ft

US $389,000

Jensen Beach, FL, US


Will Miller



2014 42' Alpha "Lucy 2"is a 4 cabin 2 head layout, fully equipped for cruising with AC, generator, solar panels, inverter and radar.The starboard engine is new, August 2018.

Perfect boat for a larger family or part time charters there is an additional crew/captain cabin in the bow compartments.


  • Length: 42ft
  • Beam: 24' 9"
  • Draft: 3' 6"
  • Year: 2014
  • Hull: Composite
  • Status: Active

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  • Length Overall: 42 ft
  • Max Draft: 3' 6"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 63' 8"
  • Beam Measure: 24' 9"


  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH5E - SD 60's
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 40 hp

  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 3JH5E - SD 60's
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 40 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 4 (125 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (125 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 2

Layout and Accomodations

  • Clean efficient shape
  • Multi-chine design for better strength, space and esthetics 360 degree views whether sitting or standing
  • U-shape chef’s galley oriented and open to cockpit. Same level cockpit and salon
  • 4 cabins with 2 heads and 2 separate showers
  • Large hull port lights providing all cabins with sea views
  • Wide cabin sole provides guests true comfort of a home
  • Port Aft Cabin – King size bed
  • Port Forward Cabin – double size bed
  • Starboard Aft Cabin – Queen size bed
  • Starboard Forward cabin is a storage room that can be converted to a single bed cabin
  • Each cabin has large lockers and full set of bed linens
  • Each cabin is cross ventilated by at least one hatch and a hull port light
  • Forward facing nav panel and desk
  • Electric Heads with freshwater flush
  • Engines separate from living accommodations
  • Woodwork in exotic wood veneer
  • Interior salon/cabin soles: laminated composite
  • Salon accessible through a sliding door (2 doors)
  • Reverse Cycle A/C; Three Units 110 V, one unit in salon and one in each hull
  • Ventilation by 2 opening frontal hatches
  • U-shaped settee
  • Large lockers under settee seats
  • Lighting by LED spotlights with Dimmers
  • Galley opens directly onto cockpit
  • Galley countertop in Corian type composite with lockers below
  • Composite double sinks
  • Pressurized hot and cold freshwater from mixer faucet
  • Electric convection microwave oven
  • 3-burner propane stove top
  • Large lower storage locker under the sink
  • Cutlery drawer
  • 3 cupboards under the sink
  • Ventilation by 1 opening hatch above the stove top
  • Wall mounted lockers with bar/shelf mounted on stainless steel handrail
  • 5.5 cu. ft Isotherm Refrigerator; Front Loading; AC/DC powered 12V/110V
  • 5.5 cu. ft Isotherm Freezer; Front Loading; AC/DC powered 12V/110V
  • The galley comes fully equipped including cutlery, cooking pots, plates, glasses etc.

Deck and Equipment

Vinylester and strong ISO resins with Nidacore core are used for the Hulls above the waterline as well as throughout the boat are all hand layups. Nidacore bulkheads to provide insulation, rigidity and light weight. Monolithic (solid laminate) bilges for strength, resistance to impacts, perforations, and beaching. Reinforced, solid-monolithic hull underneath waterline and keel shoe housing performance foil. All bulkheads are manually laminated to the hull to provide maximum structural rigidity. Rudders in Vinylester laminates are foam filled.

  • Deck-mounted deck and steaming light
  • Ergonomic helm station allows a clear view forward
  • 2 Engine controls and engine instruments
  • Panel for navigation electronics
  • Compass with Internal Light
  • Fixed double helmsman’s seat with backrest – New 2023
  • 8-person U-shaped settee composite cockpit
  • Cockpit Cushions all around- New 2023
  • Composite lounge table
  • Composite roof covering, cockpit
  • 3 cockpit seat lockers
  • Electric Windlass 12V with remote at helm
  • 65 lb Mantus primary Anchor
  • Fortress back up Anchor
  • 200 Chain
  • Stainless Dinghy Davits
  • Forward trampoline-cockpit with built in bench seat
  • One chain locker
  • One utility locker
  • Huge storage locker in forward port bow

Electronics and Navigation

  • Chart table and storage inside with flap
  • Chart table light
  • 1 x 12 V outlet
  • Raymarine Wind Speed and Direction Indicator
  • Raymarine Depth Gauge FI-50
  • Knot Meter FI-50
  • Furuno AIS Class B
  • Furuno Chart plotter at the Helm
  • 14 touch screen Furuno Digital Radar
  • Raymarine Auto Pilot ST70 with Wireless Remote
  • Horizon Quantum GX5500S VHF Radio with Ram Mic at the Helm
  • AIS receive and transmit
  • Humminbird Helix 5 auxiliary depth finder and chart plotter at chart table – New 2022
  • Bad Elf GPS enhancer at chart table
  • Raymarine Auto Pilot with Wireless Remote
  • Fusion Stereo
  • Interior Speakers
  • Cockpit Speakers

Electrical, Power and Plumbing

  • Emergency power crossover circuit with switch
  • MagnaSine 3kw charger inverter
  • Northern Lights Generator 6 Kw 761 hrs
  • 2 X 30 amp shore power cables
  • Xantrex battery monitor
  • Spare breakers for extra equipment
  • 900 watts of solar panels
  • 600 AH Lithium Iron house batteries
  • New engine batteries – port and starboard – Jan 2023
  • Full Blue Sea Systems 12V and 120V breaker and switch panels

Engine and Mechanical

The engine compartments are completely isolated from the cabins making this an extremely quiet boat under way. There is excellent access from a maintenance perspective which is important for the live aboard as well as a good deal of space for tools and spare parts.

  • Glendinning electronic throttles
  • 2 x 40 hp Yanmar diesel engines with sail drives. Port engine rebuilt by Yanmar dealer in February 2018
  • 2-Blade fixed propellers
  • Raw water filter
  • Engine cooling by heat exchanger
  • Complete engine panel and dual controls at steering station
  • Engine access through GRP deck hatch
  • High-performance sound insulation
  • 1 PVC fuel tank per engine
  • Electric fuel gauges
  • 1 Fuel pre-filter + 1 engine fuel filter for each engine
  • Fuel shutoff valve plus cross-over plumbing

Sails and Rigging

The Alpha 42 boasts a grand-prix style aft rig with larger square top main and optional self-tacking Solent Jib. She has a reinforced bowsprit for extra strength and performance. Add the highest in-class bridge deck clearance for safe sailing in rough waters and easy to single hand with all sailing controls lead to the port helm station.

  • Mainsheet leads back to helm station with line clutch to cleat it
  • Genoa sheet leads back to helm station
  • Topping lift leads back to helm station with a line clutch
  • Main halyard leads back to helm station with a line clutch
  • Gennaker halyard leads back to helm station with a line clutch
  • Reef 1 leads back to helm station with a line clutch
  • Reef 2 leads back to helm station with a line clutch
  • Low friction mainsheet traveler along aft cockpit seat with a stand alone winch
  • Jib halyard leads back to helm station via deck block
  • 2 mainsheet traveler lines with sheet clutches the in cockpit
  • 4 self-tailing winches Harken 45 (one electric)
  • Furlex furler
  • Code 0 sail
  • Spreader, twin shroud mast and boom in anodized aluminum
  • Complete stainless standing rigging (forestay and 4 side shrouds)
  • Mainsail luff cars on low-friction sliders
  • Fully Battened Main utilizing Lazy Jacks
  • 1 main halyard, 1 topping lift
  • Genoa utilizing Roller Furler
  • 1 Genoa halyard
  • 1 Staysail halyard
  • 1 Spinnaker halyard
  • LED navigation and 360-degree anchor light
  • All sheets for Genoa are led to helm
  • Halyards lead to helm

Additional Equipment and Updates

  • West Marine RIB 350 Dinghy
  • Yamaha 5 hp Outboard
  • Viking 6-man Life Raft (expired)
  • 2 Lectric Experience 2.0 folding e-bikes with chargers and nylon bags
  • Chain counter at helm (not operational)
  • Phillips flatscreen plus DVD in Salon
  • New helm enclosure – March 2022
  • 2 coats of Micron Extra SPC bottom paint – Jan 2023
  • Raw water impeller on generator – New 2022
  • Sailrite sewing machine and associated equipment
  • Spare fuel and oil filters, plumbing fittings
  • Complete set of cordless and hand tools
  • Refrigerator and freezer door gaskets – New 2023
  • Sail drives serviced with new seals – 2022
  • All plumbing hoses and macerator pumps in heads serviced and updated – 2023
  • Fishing pole hangers in cockpit
  • Locker under helm
  • First aid kit in Salon
  • Deck hatches re-sealed – 2022
  • New salon curtains – 2022
  • New composite flooring in salon and cabins – 2021
  • Oil changes in engines and generator every 100 hours since current owner’s purchase in 2021.

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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