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- Construction: GRP
- Length (Feet): 41.34
- Length (Metres): 12.6
- Beam: 4.28 meter
- Min Draft: 2.8 meter
- Max Draft: 2.8 meter
- LOA: 12.6 meter
- Dry Weight: 4400
- Fuel Capacity: 1 x 42 L (9 Gal)
- Holding Capacity: 1 x 30 L (7 Gal)
- Number of Engines: 1
- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 3YM30
- Fuel: Diesel
- Type of Propeller: 2 Blade, Bronze, Folding
- Total Power: 30
The HH42 was designed to an extremely fast and competitive racing yacht that would have the ability to perform under all handicapping rules, especially the widely used IRC rule. ?Power of Love? is hull number 5, she has been lightly used however notably won RORC class 1 in 2017 and could be ?Regatta? ready very quickly!
The HH42 was designed to an extremely fast and competitive racing yacht that would have the ability to perform under all handicapping rules, especially the widely used IRC rule. “Power of Love” is hull number 5, she has been lightly used however notably won RORC class 1 in 2017 and could be “Regatta” ready very quickly!
100% carbon pre-preg hull and deck that have been sprayed white. Thermoformed, damage tolerant foam cored with weight-controlled core adhesive films. Monocoque single piece inner shell structure for stiffness. Keel socket integral to hull and inner shell structure. Carbon pre-preg bulkheads with 100% carbon secondary bonding.
Twin wheel steering to semi balanced, high lift, carbon rudder with self aligning, water tight bearings.
Cast iron, high lift fin keel with 1,600kgs lead/antimony bulb.
Designed by Judel/Vrolijk and built by Hudson Yacht and Maritime in 2015.
Yanmar 3YM30 3 cylinder diesel engine. Saildrive type gearbox. Single lever, Spinlock removable handle Morse type control. Gori folding prop. Located under companionway and flexibly mounted.
Fuel - 42 litres
Holding tank – 30 litres
Spars and Rigging
Southern Spars, high modulus carbon, twin spreader mast. Nitronic 50 rod rigging. Hydraulic back stay adjuster. Internal mast jack with pump. Sliding foot at mast foot with screw adjustment for rake. Aramid running backstays. Carbon aerofoil section spreaders. Mast can be “split” and has a joiner for ease of transportation.
Carbon box boom with carbon gas vang boom strut.
Twin groove headstay foil.
Carbon bowsprit with twin tack lines for ease of sail changes
2:1 Dyneema mainsail halyard, powerful out haul, inhaul (floating mainsail tack) and cunningham.
Control lines in Dyneema SK90 led through organisers to clutches and winches.
Harken winch system –
Primaries – 2 x Performa 55s, 3 speed, self tailing and pedestal driven.
Pedestal - Air Pedestal, sculpted carbon with aerofoil legs.
Mainsheet – Performa 46s, 2 speed self tailing.
Backstay – Performa 46s, 2 speed self tailing
Halyard – (pit, to stbd) – Performa 46, 2 speed self tailing.
12 volt system - 1 x ACG 60ah engine start battery. 1 x ACG 180ah domestic battery. Charged by engine driven alternator. 12v distribution panel under companionway.
Stripped out but with bunks for 10 (6 x pipe cots, 2 x settee berths and v-berth double in forepeak). Enclosed heads compartment with sea toilet and basin. 1 burner wire frame cooker. Red and white LED interior lighting throughout.
Brookes and Gatehouse H5000 Performance Base Pack system:-
Chart table –
B&G GPS plotter
ICOM M506 VHF DSC radio
On deck –
NMEA 2000 GPS antenna
4 x Mast mounted B&G 20/20 MFD repeaters
2 x cockpit mounted digital readouts also showing headstay loadcell information
Carbon pre preg bowsprit with 2 x internal tack lines supported by carbon bobstay
Custom carbon forward hatch for ease of gennaker hoist and retrieval
Composite socketed stanchions and dyneema guardwires
Raised toerail to midships for foredeck security and flat aft for hiking comfort
Raising Helmsman’s footplates.
Custom hi load soft padeyes
Spinlock XC jammers and Harken carbo blocks
Fortress kedge anchor with chain and warp
Mooring warps and fenders
Wheel covers and coffee grinder cover
Manual and electric bilge pumps.
In this instance Fox’s Yacht Sales are acting as brokers for the vendor. The vendor has provided the information and whilst we endeavour to ensure the accuracy, the details are believed to be correct but are not guaranteed. Any prospective purchaser is advised to check the boat specification thoroughly and to employ at their expense a qualified marine surveyor and/or engineer to check the specification and condition of this craft and its equipment.
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump