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Symbol 42 Classic Trawler By Capt. Bill Pike — April 2004

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Base price: $615,000 with 1/450-hp Caterpillar 3126B diesel inboard
Optional power: diesel-inboard packages from Caterpillar, Volvo Penta, and Cummins to 675 hp for single-engine application and 480 hp each for twin-engine application
Standard equipment: ACR dual-station spotlights; anchor roller w/45-lb. anchor; Pompanette helm chairs; VDO instrumentation w/hour meters; Glendinning engine synchronizer; 9-kW Onan genset; 2/1000FG Racor fuel-water separators; 1/500FG fuel-water separators (for genset); 17-gal. Torrid water heater; 5/Meridian no-maintenance marine batteries; bonding system w/Electro-Guard propshaft brushes; emergency manual bilge pump; canvas package

SPECIFICATIONS
Length overall: 42'0"
Beam: 13'8"
Draft: 4'7"
Weight (dry): 40,000 lbs.
Fuel capacity: 630 gal.
Water capacity: 200 gal.
Test engines: 2/210-hp Cummins 220B diesel inboards
Transmissions/ratio: ZF IRM220A-1/2.45:1
Props: 29x34 3-blade Nibral
Steering: Hynautic hydraulic
Controls: Hynautic hydraulic
Optional equipment on test boat: Maxwell windlass; dual-station electronics (Icom IC-M127 VHF and Simrad AP20 autopilot, RA42 radar, and CE40 GPS chartplotter); teak-and-holly interior soles; recessed-panel cabinet/accommodation doors; Corian countertops; VacuFlush MSDs; GE microwave oven, dishwasher, and trash compactor; Bose Lifestyle stereo system; 2,500-watt Trace SW2512 inverter; 50-amp Promatic 50-3 battery charger; 44,000-Btu Marine Air A/C; 10-hp SidePower bow thruster; 600-gpd HRO Systems watermaker
Price as tested: $753,000

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This article originally appeared in the March 2004 issue of Power & Motoryacht magazine.

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