Reichel Pugh 42
300,000 Tax Not Paid | Location: Auckland
- Make Reichel Pugh
- Model 42
- Year 2011
- LOA 42ft/13m
- Class Performance Sail
- Hull Foam Core Epoxy
- Keel Fin Keel
- Rig Sloop
- Engine Single Diesel
- Drive Shaft Drives
- Layout Aft Cockpit
- Berths 8
- Ancasta Ref 31014
Overview"RIKKI" the custom built Reichel Pugh 42, is now available to buy.
The concept was derived from one of NZ's most experienced owners and the results are simply outstanding.
With a 70/30 offshore focus and all eyes towards IRC racing, she is a boat that really loves to stretch her legs.
With the inclusion of a high modulus Southern Spars rig and lifting propeller, so is certainly no slouch in the technology department and would be a great boat for an owner with offshore ambitions.
"RIKKI" was a custom build for one of New Zealand's most experienced offshore racers.
Working in conjunction with Reichel-Pugh Yacht Design, "RIKKI" was a boat that was designed to perform on the IRC rating platform and Its fair to say she really excels on the offshore platform and has all the bells and whistles to compete in the toughest of ocean races out there today.
Just some of her attributed can be found below;
- Powerful hul lform optimised for reaching and running conditions while minimising upright drag and wetted surface for a balanced competitive design.
- Designed and built to the ISO 12215, Category A ‘Offshore’ standard.
- ISO plan approved by Royal Yachting Association (RYA).
- E-glass and Foam core construction, with carbon reinforcements thoroughout.
- Carbon rudder and bowsprit
- Built by Davie Norris Boatbuilders, NZ.
- Carbon Southern Spars rig fitted with split topmast backstay and deflector system.
- Sails by North Sails including an IRC optimized square top mainsail
- Pedestal driven Harken winch package and Harken deck gear
- Transverse jib tracks allowing tight sheeting angles on the jib
- Comfortable, fully fitted out interior designed for offshore sailing with standing headroom, a full galley, enclosed head and centerline nav station.
LOA - 12.9m
LWP - 11.82
Beam - 4.35m
Draft - 2.88m
Displacement - 5500 kg.
IRC TCC - 1.229 (2016)
2018 (June) - Full new underwater surfaces, with sprayed anti-fouling.
As with most modern, top end race boats, the rig and boom package are from Southern Spars.
A two-spreader, high modulus, TPT (Thin Ply Technology) tube, with carbon spreaders and rod standing rigging, ensures maximum weight has been saved aloft, without compromising stiffness and strength.
With the addition of the running backstay deflector system, it also ensures minimum head stay sag and thus maximum upwind efficiency, alongside weight saving has been achieved with this top spec package.
The rig and boom are properly configured for offshore racing, with mainsail cars and up to three reefs available with the boom sheave configuration.
A 2:1 mainsail halyard also simplifies sail handling when offshore and utilises the highest quality, low-stretch ropes.
An external Jib halyard lock is installed, again for easy maintenance and is used in conjunction with a jib cunningham system located in the fore stay well, with control lead back to the cockpit.
2 x Masthead halyards - 1 x 2:1
1 x Jib halyard.
1 x Fractional halyard - 2:1
1 x staysail halyard, which acts as a temporary inner forestay.
1 x 2:1 main halyard.
2 x reeflines.
1 x deflector line.
2 x tacklines
Extensive running rigging, in perfect order is supplied with the boat, along with a decent spares list.
The right materials and techniques have been used for the running rigging preparation.
The rig is of 2-piece construction for easy transportation.
P - 17.35m
E - 6.10m
J - 5.20m
FL - 17.57m
SPA - 193 sqm.
Sail wardrobe for Rikki:
• 2014 Racing mainsail - Used 6 times, built for offshore use with 3 x reefing points. Designed and built by Willlis Sails NZ.
• 2015 J-1 - Used 5 times, Doyle ICE sail.
• 2015 (late) J-2 - Used twice, Doyle ICE sail.
• 2011 J-3 - most used of all sails, approximately 8 times, North Sails.
• 2011 J-4 - well used, approximately 8 times, North Sails.
• 2011 J-5 - good condition, used twice, North Sails.
• 2011 JT - well used, but mostly in light/med airs, North Sails - altered by Willis Sails NZ.
• 2015 RS/GS - Reaching/Genoa Staysail flown off inner stay, battened sail, WIllis Sails NZ.
• 2011 SS - Spinnaker staysail, Well used but again in lighter airs, Supplied with KZ furler, North Sails.
• 2015/16 A4 - Used once on Coastal Classic race, Willis Sails NZ.
• 2015/16 A3 - Used once, on Coastal Classic race, Willis Sails NZ.
• 2011 A6 - well used, North Sails.
• 2011 A5 - well used, North Sails.
• 2015/16 MH0 - very lightly used, Willis Sails NZ.
• 2015/16 FRO - very lightly used, North Sails.
• 2017 J-1.5 Training - Club racing spec, brand new, Willis Sails NZ.
• 2011 - Training mainsail, well used, Club racing sail, North Sails.
• 2011 - Dacron delivery mainsail full size IRC Pinhead, Bullet proof but well used, Willis Sails NZ.
1 x KZ furling systems supplied with furling sail, Top down furler arrangement works well in ALL weather.
Bowsprit arrangement able to take 2:1 conversion for use with Code sails.
Harken systems have been installed throughout the majority of the boat, with particular time and expenditure given to the pedestal and winch system.
The Harken pedestal system links to the 3-speed primary winches, via carbon shafts and benefits from a hyper-drive box, which turns the system into a 6-speed configuration, thus increasing line speed, but also ratios for high load work offshore or short-handed.
Mainsheet - 2 x 50.2
Primary - 2 x 500.3
Runner - 2 x 50.2
Pit - 2 x 50.2
Spinlock clutches are used throughout the cabin top for all halyard control, but also installed for spinnaker and main sheet handling, thus freeing up an additional winch for those trickier offshore manoeuvres.
18 x Spinlock clutches in total.
Another exceptional feature of "RIKKI" is her lifting propeller system, that ensures minimal underwater drag and a greatly reduced chance of catching weed on those offshore races. This in controlled by a very user friendly block and tackle system, which couples to a universal joint off the back of the gearbox.
The system is housed in a PVC watertight box, with access for servicing.
The boat runs off Lithium Ion, lightweight batteries, which is just another attribute to this no expense spares boat.
This runs a B&G 3000 system.
4 x 20/20 mast mounted displays.
2 x cockpit displays.
Forestay load cell reading.
ICOM SSB and VHF radios.
RIKKI has twin steering wheel configuration, with a large carbon composite quadrant, that is easily accessible below decks.
The steering pedestals are also fitted with grip bars for easy moving around the cockpit and there is also a centre line granny bar, aft of the wheels for easy access to the transom section.
"RIKKI" has every safety item required for Category One Offshore Racing, including 2 x RFD liferafts, Sailor Satellite Phone and 2 x EPIRB's to name but few.....
She has everything required to compete in Ocean races such as Sydney-Hobart, Fastnet, Transatlantic and Middle Sea races.
Although almost every aspect of RIKKI is designed for performance, the ability to sail in relative comfort for the long distance races is invaluable and so she benefits from a very well thought out interior arrangement, that utilises the boats structural arrangement with maximum efficiency.
Below decks the following is offered;
- 4 x adjustable berths per side (8 in total), with the ability to add two, possibly 4 berths further aft.
- Designated Nav station positioned below the cockpit sole, with full seated head height.
- Centrally located engine bay, for improved weight distribution and accessibility. This also works as a very usable work station and leverage point from the middle of the boat.
- Galley offset on the port side, just behind the mast bulkhead, with large SS sink and 2-burner gimbling gas cooker. Gas canister and 2 x regulators located in locker on deck.
- 4 x storage cupboard behind galley area, with cool box located next to sink.
- Separate WC and sink located fwd of mast bulk head and offset to port.
- Crew storage compartment located adjacent to WC.
- 2 x fuel tanks under companionway steps, with plenty of room for expansion if required.
- Composite, lightweight floorboard, using a wood veneer for both aesthetic and performance benefits.
- Cruising and racing squabs throughout, offering a cruising and racing feel for both occasions.
- 12v LED lighting system throughout the boat.
Custom built "Doghouse" included with sale, which offers great companionway shelter and is essential in heavy offshore weather.