Cooper Prowler 42 Aft Cabin
Cooper Prowler 42 Aft Cabin for sale | 12.80m (42'0") | 1989 | 2x diesel 250hp | GRP Construction | Planing underwater profile | 5 berths | Boat REF# 123752
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|Fuel capacity||2,363.6 ltr (520.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks|
|Water capacity||681.8 ltr (150.0 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||2 x Diesel 250hp|
|Engine make and model||GM 8.2 T (1989)|
|Engine Hours||engine1: 400 engine2: 400|
|Prop(s)||Bronze four blade|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||Not Recorded|
|Cruising speed (approx)||18 knots|
|Max speed (approx)||25 knots|
A pair of low-hours Detroit (GM) 8.2T four-cycle turbocharged diesel engines featuring fresh water cooled exhaust manifolds and turbos. Engine displacement is 8.2 liters or 500 cubic inches. Peak power is 250 HP at 3,200 RPM. Engine and accessory access is excellent with room around both engines and three large hatches. These engines are often unfairly criticized. The 8.2 T engine up to 250 HP has been demonstrated to be very economical and durable. Parts for the 8.2T are available at very reasonable prices and significantly lower priced than for those other brands. These engines are from 1989 and benefited from significant upgrades implemented in 1988 which improved reliability. Most of the bad reputation of the 8.2 series comes from the much higher horsepower 8.2 TI (intercooled) which was used in sports fishing boats at continuous high power settings. Under those conditions most marinized diesel engines have a short life cycle. The one caveat that does apply to these engines is that the raw water pump should be watched as it can require frequent maintenance but that is not unusual in any marine engine.
|Draft Min||0.91m (3'0")|
|Draft Max||0.91m (3'0")|
12 volt, 3 batteries charged by: engine, shore power
Designed for speed with substantial deadrise and a flat run to the stern, no keel and blade rudders. This boat appears to be well built by the British Columbia yard which turned out a large number of these popular yachts. This is the largest size produced by Cooper/Queenship and features a large aft "owners stateroom" with en-suite bath. This configuration provides a large, raised aft deck. This boat also features an optional hard top sheltering the aft deck.
|Total # of berths||5|
|No. of double berths||2|
|No. of single berths||1|
|Heads||2 heads (Electric)|
|Pressurised water system|
|Hot water system|
One enters the boat by climbing the boarding ladder up from the swim step to the aft deck above the aft cabin. The aft deck is sheltered with a solid fiberglass hard top and provides a roomy space for entertaining. A stair way leads to the large flying bridge area with 360 degree visibility and fully enclosed with canvas and clear panels.
The main companionway into the saloon area is a teak and glass compound door to starboard with stairs down. The main saloon features a built in "L" shaped couch to port and movable seating to starboard with the helm station forward to starboard.
A central door and stair aft leads to the large aft cabin with a queen size bed, closet space and a large toilet and shower.
Forward of the main saloon down a central stair is the "U" shaped galley to port and a separate dining area with built in seating and table to starboard.
Continuing forward is a head to port and then the forward compartment with an built in seat to starboard and a double berth to port.
Air conditioning / heating controls are provided separately in the forward compartment and the main saloon.
4 burner gas cooker
Current equipment includes a Furuno radar and an Interphase 20 20 video depth sounder/fish finder.
76.20m (250'0") of chain
The flying bridge is completely enclosed in canvas. The aft deck area is covered with a fiberglass hard top and canvas side curtains for full protection from weather.
3 bilge pumps (0 manual / 3 Electric)