Cape Coral, Florida
Headquarters II is a clean 2005 42/44 Sea Ray Sedan Bridge with a shiny clean optional Pewter colored hull. She is powered with twin 6CTA 8.3M inboard 480 HP Cummins diesels with the 1,000-hour service recently completed. Other options include Vetus bow thruster, bridge air conditioning, a rebuilt Sealift hydraulic swim platform with remote, Satellite TV, underwater lights and a camera system. In 2017 the hull bottom was soda blasted, barrier coated and painted, and props were balanced. At the same time the canvas was replaced and the sealift was rebuilt from the water line down. The vessel has two staterooms, a washer/dryer combo, and molded fiberglass steps to the bridge, no ladder to climb.
Cummins 6CTA 8.3M
1079 HRS 480 HP
Num of Engines
Cape Coral, Florida
The 42 Sea Ray is a great looking, stylish boat with large hull side windows and a large windshield and forward facing radar arch. Headquarters II has a nice shine on the white gel coat and on the exterior pewter gel coat. The gunwales are fairly wide, the bow rail is a good height, making walking to the bow easy and comfortable. Sea Ray located stainless steel grab rails that are conveniently located down the hull sides. Up on the bow is a working ACL remote bow light, Lofrans windlass with foot controls. The anchor locker has a wash down. On the deck is a hatch over the owner’s stateroom and the windshield has a privacy curtain. Aft is the cockpit with cockpit gate, a transom seat with storage under it, and back rest. You will get some protection from the sun and the rain from the flybridge overhang. In 2017 the owners installed a new Nova Kool fridge. The cockpit sole has a carpet and through the cockpit sole is access to the engine room. The entire cockpit is protected by a three-piece canvas drop curtain that was installed new in 2017. From the cockpit is an easy climb to the bridge up the Sea Ray molded fiberglass steps.
On the Transom is large transom storage. The current owners installed a second shore power cord on a reel for traveling and a water wash down hose on an electric reel, also for when traveling. So when you leave your slip, the dockside water hose and shore power hose can stay on the dock and you can carry spares with you in the transom storage.
The 44 also has a large submersible lift with remote. The lift was rebuilt with new bushings, hardware, hydraulic hoses, the frame was soda blasted and repainted from the waterline down in 2017.
Hull, Deck and Cockpit Highlights:
Air Conditioned Flybridge and Helm:
The air conditioned flybridge is comfortable and functional. There is a hatch that will cover the bridge steps that you can close to keep the bridge as cool as possible. Aft on the bridge is wrap around seating with storage and a table. In the arch are the air-conditioning panel, speakers on both sides, and recessed lights. The entire bridge is enclosed with an enclosure that is in great condition and was installed in 2017. Portside on the bridge is a storage cabinet, inside the cabinet is the bridge 16,000 BTU AC unit.
At the helm we have nice clean toggle switches. The shifters and the throttles are in good condition, not pitted. You will see the ACR remote pad for the remote bow light, along with the Vetus bow thruster and Sea Rays systems monitor. The Bennett trim tabs indicator was new and installed in 2017. For electronics there is a ST7001 smart pilot, a newly installed vessel view 4, a Raymarine E 120, a Garmin GPS map 4212. The helm gauges are clear, not scratched or cloudy. You will see a GHS 10 Garmin VHF, a remote smart controller Raymarine autopilot, along with a newer Raymarine touch screen. All the Sea Ray Gloss burl is in great condition and not faded.
Salon, Galley and Dinette:
You enter the salon from the cockpit through sliding patio doors. The interior has a cherry veneer. You get to appreciate the large hull side Sea Ray windows and windshield, they allow good natural light into the interior. The hull side windows are covered with veneer cherry blinds. As you enter the salon, and to your right is the salon entertainment center and a new salon flat screen Samsung TV. On the right is an Ultra leather two-seat sofa, on the opposite side is of the salon is the Ultra leather three-seat sofa pullout bed. The ship’s electrical panel and SMX air conditioning control panel is on the salon’s aft bulkhead. Midships in the salon is a wraparound dinette with a high gloss swivel table and stainless-steel polished handrail with a great sea view through the salon windows. The galley is down and on the starboard side. In the galley is decent storage, good solid surfaces for a breakfast bar, a two-burner cooktop, sink, a stand-up Nova Kool refrigerator freezer in good condition, a Panasonic microwave. The galley soul is a wooden veneer sole with storage under it. Underneath steps going down to the galley is a splendid 2000 washer dryer combo. In the laundry room is access to the midship bilge pump and high water alarm. Just forward of the galley is a full-length pantry.
Salon, Galley and Dinette Highlights:
Master Stateroom, Guest Stateroom and Heads:
Forward of the galley and on the port side is side is the guest stateroom with side-by-side beds that convert into a larger bed. In the room is a cedar-lined storage closet, cabin lights, hull side port light. The guest stateroom has a solid privacy door. Forward is the guest/day head bathroom with a Vacu flush toilet, mirrored medicine cabinet and stall shower. Forward is the owners’ state room with two cedar-lined closets, two cabin lights, and an inline birth. Underneath the birth is the forward 16,000 BTU air conditioning unit. The room has a flat screen TV a DVD player, air conditioning control panel, and also has a solid privacy door. The owners have their own dedicated private bathroom with a vacuum flush head a stall shower, solid countertops, and a mirrored medicine cabinet. Access to the bow thruster and the sumps is under the carpet.
Master Stateroom Highlights:
Master Head Highlights:
Guest Stateroom Highlights:
Guest Head Highlights:
Access the clean engine room through the cockpit sole. Headquarters II is powered with twin 6CTA 8.3M diesel inboard Cummins engines; the 1,000-hour service was completed in 2017. Each Cummins is coupled up to a ZF transmission with dripless shafts that are coupled up to 2“ shafts with Nibral 4-blade props. There are six batteries that are easy to get to, serviced and replaced when needed. The 42 has a clean Onan 9kW Generator in a sound shield that is pretty easy to get to, with 2,617 hours. You will see she has a reverse oil change system.
*NOTE – The port Cummins was overhauled in 2015 – two years prior to the current owner owning the vessel. In 2015 it was found that #2 cylinder dropped a valve seat, and after further checking, found that 5 other cylinders had scratches in liners from the overheating. The 42 was surveyed by a reputable diesel surveyor when the current owner purchased her. The diesel survey was good and oil samples were also good.
Engine Room Highlights:
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.