Product Description

One of the most popular thirteen meter flybridge cruisers from the seventies which became a status symbol in its five year plus of production run.

Two only owner boat build in 1979 and commissioned in 1980.

Dimensions: Length 12.42 m, Beam 4.27 m, Draft 1.60 mm Displacement 18.6 tons loaded

Fuel Capacity – 1800 liters, Water Capacity 300 liters + 80 liters additional (added) fuel tank

Engines 2 x GM 6-71TI 335hp, with line shaft direct propulsion. (2800 engine hours on 3/2017)

Speed – 22 knots max, and 15 knots cruise

Cabin Layout: Two cabins; owners double berth to fore with en-suite shower head to port side, twin guest cabin with L-shaped bunks to port, guest shower head to starboard, C_shaped galley.  Main deck with saloon and bar area. Spacious aft deck and side-decks.  Bathing platform with direct access, thanks to custom made transom door.

General Equipment:

  • Stamina Ferryman 8kw Generator
  • Condaria Air-condition with two units (10,000 btu for saloon, 8000 btu for cabins)
  • Hydraulic Telescopic Passarelle
  • Electric Anchor winch
  • Fridge in Galley
  • Freezer in Galley
  • Drinks Fridge in saloon
  • Four burner electric hob
  • Flat TV in saloon
  • 36 nm Furuno radar
  • Garmin GPS
  • Icom VHF
  • Cetrek 721 Autopilot (repeated on flybridge)
  • Teak aft cockpit deck
  • Teak side decks and fore-deck (original is plywood)
  • Teak Bathing Platform
  • Central bilge pump system with three area (afr, central and fore partitions)
  • Full fire fighting system with Hydraulic pump
  • Spare Propeller
  • Update Transom door

A gentleman flybridge cruise of other times, which made the Posillipo name become a global name in quality motor cruiser and yacht building.

The 42 Martinica TS is built like a brick and was the main competitor to the Riva 42 Superamerica build in the same period.  Over fifty 42 Martinica where eventually sold.

Broker Comments: Thirty plus years later they do not build them like this anymore and they never will.  Mechanical this boat is superbly maintained and all is in good working order.  Original gel coat is still in superb condition, as is the interior wooden joinery.  Needs some cosmetic attention to teak seal (side deck and fore-deck), and touch up to some of the black paint (corner areas) around flybridge coach roof.