Glory | Trintella 42' 1985

Annapolis, MD


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Bernie Jakits & Kate Christensen

Hi, I'm Bernie Jakits. After 20 years of owning and running a successful brokerage in Annapolis, my partner Kate Christensen and I have merged our company with David Walters Yachts. We are happy and excited to be a part of something bigger and continue to live our passion that started long ago. When I was an engineer in the aerospace industry I had lots of time to read every sailboat review and follow every development in the industry. I dreamed of one day owning a distinctly different brokerage firm and it all came true when in 1997 I started RogueWave Yacht Sales It came out of a passion for the sea and love for the beautiful vessels that sail on her. My vision was to create a new kind of brokerage dedicated to honesty and integrity and desire to help people be successful and achieve their bluewater sailing vision. Kate Christensen joined me in 2001 to share that vision and bring her talents and expertise in business and marketing as well as her passion for sailing her Bristol Channel Cutter. Over 20 years, we built an incredible brokerage and consulting firm specializing in ocean going vessels and live aboard cruising sailboats. We have advised and guided over 800 Clients worldwide from as far away as Hong Kong, Brazil, Australia, Europe and everywhere between, so that they too can also achieve their dream of owning and cruising with a capable bluewater vessel to find and reach their own horizons. We have the experience and expertise required to really help people.

For over 45 years, I have sailed, delivered and worked on hundreds of different types of vessels. Representing many clients, I have sailed in the North Sea to Med, across the Atlantic, and in the South China Sea and the, Pacific, the Caribbean Islands and also both Coasts of the USA. Having owned and maintained over 3 million dollars worth of sailing vessels, I have vast experience with incredible sailing vessels from the Hallberg Rassy 53 or a Valiant 40 & 42, a Norseman 447, a PSC34, and a BCC28. I've sailed to many foreign ports and also lived aboard while raising a family. Kate and I have had the opportunity to have incredible sailing adventures aboard our boats from the amazing Bristol Channel Cutter to the Hallberg Rassy 53 and finally our Valiant 42 that we built new in 2008 when we were Valiant Dealers in Annapolis. We have sailed far and lived aboard; we have led the Caribbean 1500 to the Bahamas. We have raced to Bermuda. We have delivered boats from the North Sea to the Med and from Guatemala to Annapolis and of course from the Caribbean to Annapolis many times. Through that experience we can help cruising couples make the right decisions. I have decommissioned and shipped many vessels and put them back together again, for myself and also for our clients. I have upgraded each vessel we owned installing every system imaginable, and maintaining every boat properly. I have taught and advised clients so that they themselves will have a pleasant and rewarding experience. Being a fellow boat owner and having personally experienced both sides of being a buyer and a seller, I understand your concerns.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Glory
Builder: Trintella
Model: Aft Cockpit
Year: 1985
Location: Annapolis, MD
Designer: Van de Stadt
Hull Material: Fiberglass
 

Holland or better yet, the Netherlands have built some of the Worlds finest yachts, and will continue to do so, period. The dedicated and extremely skilled Netherlands yacht workforce goes back generations.

It’s far far different than anything that we have here is the States. The Netherlands build the finest and most expensive yachts, if power or sail, today. No place on earth comes near to their quality, their beauty and style; and PRICE.

Builders like Jongert, De Vries, Feadship, and Royal Huisman. To Yacht Designers that rock the world with their skills and flare; Hoek, Dijkstra and Van De Stadt.

This Listing Broker had the privilege of sailing throughout the Netherlands. Sailing there has a completely different meaning and mindset figuring that three quarters of their Country is underwater and the mighty North Sea encompasses her shores. If you have ever sailed the North Sea, you know that it’s much different than sailing to Block Island from Cape May.

This brings me to our Listing. She’s a Trintella 42, designed by Van De Stadt (of the famous “Hawk”), and was built in 1985 but doesn’t look her age in any way. Why? Because she was over built, as stated above for much more serious sailing conditions and also as stated by a work force that is much different than the “stuff” that one sees being built today. The modern USA or European built boats of today is a throw-away clorex bottle for if a recycling bin was large enough, most of these types of boats would be moored there.

Not this boat. Timeless, powerful, graceful, and well maintained, with an incredible spacious and airy extremely comfortable interior, plus she’s proven for offshore sailing and is ready to depart to anywhere. She has had some major upgrades by her current owner; all within the last several years.

  • New offshore Mainsail (2015)
  • Genoa refurbished with new UV cover, leach tape and spreader panels (2015)
  • New Cutlass bearing and PSS shaft seal (2015)
  • New Bimini and connector panel (2015)
  • New Simard Autopilot and drive motor (2014)
  • New Chartplotter with AIS at helm (2014)
  • New Freezer with thru hull keel cooler unit (2013)
  • New engine mounts (2013)
  • MarineKinetix Wind Generator
  • 140W Solar Panel/MPPT
  • Rocna and Fortress Anchors with separate 300’ chain and rope rode
  • 9’6” AB dinghy & 9.9hp Johnson outboard 2 stroke
  • Micron Bottom Paint spring 2015
Specs
Designer: Van de Stadt
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Monohull
Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
LWL: 34 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 3 in
Displacement: 20000 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 9480 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 1 in
Engines
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar 4JH3-TE
Year Built: 1999
Engine Model: Yanmar 4JH3-TE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 75 HP
Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (70 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (20 Gallons)

Full Specifications

ACCOMODATIONS:

The Trintella 42 is designed as a wonderful offshore boat that is modern beyond it’s time. As soon as you go below, you’re struck by the gentle companionway steps that make it easy to move around in a sea way. The aft head is tucked to starboard right at the companionway where it is safe and accessible just like the Valiant 42. Immediately to port the aft cabin offers a wonderful sea berth right at the companionway in a very comfortable spot on the boat. Just forward to port is the U-shaped galley with a centerline double sink the refrigerator freezer outboard of the sinks. The nav station to starboard adjacent the galley is outboard facing and accommodates an ocean chart. It is really nice to be able to spread out a chart on the chart table. The salon is pretty ingenious with a large u-shaped dinette to port and a curved settee to starboard. The amazing part is that the table can extend across the whole salon so you can easily seat eight or even more if you would like to have a thanksgiving dinner aboard. There is cabinetry outboard as well as stowage. Forward of the main bulkhead the master cabin has a big Pullman berth to port with drawers and storage under. There is a settee to starboard with a large hanging locker at the forward end.  Forward is the head and shower all Formica for easy maintenance. It is a really wonderful layout that gives you a lot of boat in 42 feet.  

  • Live aboard comfort with room for guests or crew
  • Totally functional layout
  • Head room at 6’1”
  • Forward master stateroom has Pullman berth with great storage
  • Aft stateroom offers a large double berth that extends under the cockpit sole.
  • Outboard facing nav station to starboard with huge chart table, flush mounted instruments and the ships electrical panel.
  • Ingenious salon layout with a large dinette and a settee and the ability to extend the table across the salon to seat eight or more.
  • Dinette on the port side converts to a double berth and Stbd settee is comfortable single
  • Lee cloths and boards for all berths
  • Sit down outboard facing nav-station
  • Solid teak joinery and teak and holly cabin sole with rugs
  • LED and florescent low amp lighting
  • Hella fans
  • Seven opening ports and three deck hatches
  • Nice galley to port
  • Two heads, one aft and one forward
  • Shower curtain and shower sump 

CREATURE COMFORTS:

  • Entertainment systems: Sony AM/FM stereo with MP3 cable connection
  • Internal and waterproof cockpit speakers w/ remote control
  • Cockpit cushions and cockpit table
  • Screens for 3 hatches and companionway
  • Slots for hatch board storage under nav table 

GALLEY:

  • Nice compact U shaped galley to port
  • Tile counters with teak trim
  • Well insulated ice box with 12v Frigoboat refrigeration for freezer & external water cooling (no fan)
  • CruiseAir refrigerator (front opening/door locker) with external thermostat
  • Propane three-burner stove with oven & broiler, pot holders
  • LPG system with solenoid
  • Microwave oven
  • Double sinks at the centerline
  • Pressure water with mixing faucet
  • Hot and Cold pressure water
  • 12 gallon hot water heater
  • Fresh water manual foot pump
  • Filtered water system
  • Good storage in the galley
  • Deep cupboards with dish racks
  • Drawers for flatware and utensils
  • Trash bin
  • BBQ grill
  • Propane –20lb tank with solenoid and pressure gauge in vented locker
  • Misc. tableware and cookware 

PLUMBING:

  • 100 gallons of water, tank under cabin sole
  • Deck fill
  • Tank gauge
  • New water pump 2014
  • Enclosed head located aft at companionway
    • Sink and vanity with storage outboard and below
    • Hot and Cold Pressure water
    • Shower curtain, sump pump and sprayer faucet head
    • Groco EB marine head with Y valve and holding tank
      • Electric option disconnected
      • Manual overboard pumpout
  • Enclosed head forward
    • Shower curtain, grate and sump pump
    • Sink and vanity with storage
    • Vacuflush electric or manual toilet plumbed for fresh water flush
    • Holding  tank and both deck pump out or electric overboard pump out for offshore use
  • Two holding tank 20 gallons estimated – poly – inspection ports

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS:

  • Aft facing nav station with chart table and storage
  • Raymarine Radar mast mounted
  • Radar display at the nav station (RL 80C LCD) with back up chartplotter & GPS
  • Raymarine A75 Chartplotter at the helm with custom rotating mount
  • AIS integrated with A75 chartplotter and instruments
  • Sailing instruments: Raymarine ST60 with display above companionway under dodger – wind, speed, and depth
  • Repeater displays at the nav station for sailing instruments
  • VHF radio with DSC and full function cockpit Mic
  • Simrad autopilot with Lewmar drive, new
  • iPad in waterproof lifeproof case w/ Navionics, redundant chart plotter and excellent route planning tool
  • Clock and Barometer
  • Binnacle compass w/ LED night light
  • Windex on the masthead (illuminated by Tri-color) 

Mechanical and Electrical Systems

MECHANICAL SYSTEMS:

  • Engine location under companionway with access on front and from port and starboard panels
  • Well insulated engine room
  • Engine: Beautiful clean 1999 Yanmar 4JH3-TE 75hp with about 2000 hours
    • Oil changed & new impeller Nov 2015
    • Coolant/antifreeze flushed and replaced 2013
  • New engine mounts – two replaced in 2013
  • New fuel injection pump 2014
  • Total fuel 72 gallons with inspection port and clean out
  • Cruise at 6 knots at 2000 rpms, max at 8 knots at 3500 rpms
  • Racor fuel filter system
  • Stainless steel shaft 1 ¼ inch
  • Straight offset shaft direct drive
  • MaxProp 18" three blade feathering prop
  • Rope cutter
  • PSS shaft seal 2015
  • Cutlass bearing new in 2015
  • Zincs replaced spring 2015 (prop, shaft, & 2 underwater fish)
  • Spare parts, filters, belts, impellers, zincs
  • Steering system: Whitlock steering
  • Emergency tiller

 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: 

Great 12 volt boat with wind generator, solar panels and high output alternator!

 12 Volt System:

  • Batteries: Two 8-D batteries 2013 under aft berth
  • Total amp hours 416
  • Alternator – Ample Power 100 amp
  • Battery monitoring system – Link 2000
  • DC Breaker Panel:
  • Nav lights deck level – LED
  • Tricolor Light - LED
  • Steaming light
  • Stern light - LED
  • 12 volt outlets – numerous w/extra connectors
  • 12 volt refrigeration
  • Cabin lights: Mostly LED low amp dome lights, and florescent
  • Electric bilge pumps: Two!
  • Pressure water pump
  • Shower sumps 

110 v Shore Power System:

  • Shore Power connection for 30 amp
  • Power cords - two
  • Charger: Ample Power
  • AC Breaker Panel
  • AC 110v Outlets – four
  • Hot water heater 110v
  • Inverter – 1800 watts
  • Microwave 

Solar Panels – 140W Kyocera solar panel w/MPPT controller (2015), mounted on dinghy davits

 Wind Generator – MaineKinetix 450 (2014)

RIGGING: 

Nice sailing boat with high quality sails, new mainsail, Reckman furler for genoa, and electric primary sheet winches. 

  • Sloop rigged with removable inner forestay for reefable staysail storm jib
  • Mast: Procter deck stepped aluminum mast with tapered upper section
  • Bridge clearance 64’
  • Double spreaders and running back stays
  • Rod and wire rigging new in 2003 and inspected in 2013
  • Chain plates all re-bedded 2013
  • Fredrickson mainsail track and ball bearing batten cars on the mast
  • Moveable genoa cars inboard
  • New halyards 2014
  • Hank on staysail/storm jib
  • Furler: Reckman roller furler on genoa (electric with manual override)
  • Mid boom to traveler mainsail sheeting
  • Traveler: Fico forward of dodger with control lines in the cockpit
  • New rigid vang – 2013 improved sail control
  • Permanent preventer line rigged to gun through blocks on genoa track to stern cleats
  • Downwind pole stowed on chocks on deck
  • Lazy jacks (moveable)
  • Insulated backstay for SSB (copper strap to ------plate under hull) 

SAIL INVENTORY:

  • New Full batten Mainsail - UK Sails – tri-radial cruising laminate sail
  • Traditional slab reefing at the mast – two reef points
  • Genoa 150% – High quality crosscut laminate sail inspected and re-stitched
  • Staysail/Storm Jib  hank on sail w/separate sheets
  • Cruising asymmetric spinnaker with sleeve
  • Nice sail locker up forward with snubber line, 2 heavy duty deck lines and coiled hose 

WINCHES: 

  • Powerful electric Lewman 58 self-tailing primary sheet winches
  • Primary: Lewmar 27 sheet winches on the cockpit combing
  • Staysail Lewmar 20 sheet winches on cabin top self tailing
  • Mainsheet on the cabin house
  • Reefing/outhaul winch at the base of the mast

 HULL CONSTRUCTION:

  • Hand laid solid fiberglass one piece construction built to Lloyds of London standards
  • Keel: Cruising fin keel
  • External lead ballast keel is wrapped in fiberglass
  • Hinged double port lights in hull side w/storm covers
  • Bottom Paint: New bottom paint  Interlux Micron Extra Ablative paint 2015
  • Topsides: Blue Awlgrip
  • Red boot stripe
  • Reflective name/letters make boat easy to find at anchor

DECK:

  • Fiberglass sandwich construction for deck and coach roof
  • Teak overlay embedded in rubber in quite good condition
  • Stainless steel deck hardware
  • Deck prisms
  • Bow pulpit
  • Stern Rail
  • Motor mount on stern rail w/davit as motor hoist
  • Mast safety pulpit (2)
  • Stanchions
  • Double lifelines with boarding gates port and starboard
  • Aluminum toe rail
  • Minimal exterior teak trim – varnished handrails
  • Mooring cleats bow, stern and midships
  • Two dorades: Vetus  
  • Ports: Seven opening stainless steel ports with tempered glass & storm shutters
  • Hatches: Three deck hatches replaced with Goiot hatches
  • Fixed windows in the wedge deck cabin house (2015)
  • Boarding ladder on the transom
  • Davit system – Atkins & Hoyle 

COCKPIT:

  • Wonderful t-shaped cockpit where you can step aft of the helm station easily
  • Large wheel with Elk-hide cover
  • Dodger, Bimini and connector panel
  • Large starboard cockpit locker
  • Easy single hand capabilities with good winch placement with jib sheet winches on the combing
  • Compass:  Binnacle compass
  • Steering: Whitlock wheel steering
  • Seating: seating for six in safe cockpit
  • Waterproof cockpit speakers with remote control
  • Cockpit table with extension leaf to make large table stows on the binnacle
  • Teak cockpit grate
  • Cockpit drains (two)
  • Pad eyes for safety harness - five
  • Hatch boards for companionway
  • Manual bilge pump in cockpit
  • MOM, and BBQ grill mounted on the sternrail
  • Motor mount and lifting crane/davit for outboard 

CANVAS:

  • Toast Sunbrella dodger, bimini and connector panel
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Hatch covers 

GROUND TACKLE:

  • Double SS bow roller on anchor platform
  • Large chain locker in forepeak
  • Lewmar V-3 electric windlass w/ rope drum & chain gypsy
  • Anchor wash down system
  • Primary bow anchor: new Rocna 55# with 300’ all chain rode
  • Secondary bow anchor: Fortress FX 37 with 30’ 3/8 chain and 300’ 3/8 rode 

 DINGHY:

  • Inflatable RIB dinghy 9’6”
  • Outboard: Johnson 2 stroke 9.9HP
  • Motor mount
  • Davits – Atkin and Hoyle (can use electric winch)  

Other and Safety Equipment

  • Liferaft Six person Winslow Ultralight 2013 in Valise
  • EPIRB APR Global Fix 406 (battery expired)
  • Personal EPIRB
  • Fenders 4  and dock lines 6 +
  • Manual bilge pump below decks
  • Emergency tiller
  • Man overboard system: MOM 8 expired
  • Solas Flares: flare kit (current)
  • High water bilge alarm
  • Manual bilge pump below decks
  • CO & smoke detector
  • Blipper radar reflector on mast
  • Lee cloths & boards
  • MARPOLE placard
  • No Discharge placard
  • Fire extinguishers (three)
  • Many spare parts for engine and electrical
  • Offshore medical kit
  • Edson High-volume emergency pump “Gallon-a-stroke” (30 gal/minute)

42' Trintella 42 Aft Cockpit

Annapolis, MD