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Mays-Craft 42 Sport Cruiser By Capt. Bill Pike — September 2003

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Base price: $1,350,000 with 2/355-hp Cummins 370B diesel inboards
Optional power: 2/430-hp Cummins 450C diesel inboards or 2/750-hp BPM gasoline inboards
Standard equipment: sculpted-mahogany radar arch; SCM Tempesta opening ports; Danforth Constellation compass; Telcor Instruments; Force 10 cooktop; Sharp Carousel microwave oven; Norcold refrigerator; Black & Decker Spacemaker coffee maker; Newmar electrical panel; Promatic 50-3 Promariner battery charger; Florida Marine welded-aluminum fuel tanks; 4/1,200-gph Lovett bilge pumps w/built-in float switches; 7-kW Kohler genset (double-insulated, in soundshield);10,000-Btu Westerbeke A/C; Bennett trim tabs

SPECIFICATIONS
Length overall: 42'0"
Waterline length: 39'3"
Beam: 14'5"
Draft: 3'0"
Weight (dry): 25,000 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 315 gal.
Water capacity: 80 gal.
Test engines: 2/750-hp BPM gasoline inboards
Optional equipment on test boat: Connoly leather upholstery; ZF/Mathers electronic engine controls; Furuno CRT radar; Sea156 VHF; Northstar 952X GPS plotter; electric hatch and windshield-panel lifts; Robertson AP300 autopilot; 17,000-Btu Westerbeke A/C
Price as tested: $1,650,000

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This article originally appeared in the August 2003 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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