1994 Ocean Alexander 42 ft 423 Classico Cardinal Way
Cardinal Way is a 1994 Ocean Alexander 423 Classico cruising yacht, designed by the famed Ed Monk, which has a solid reputation for its durable construction and time-tested design. The wide beam and the comfortable lay-out make this vessel perfect for the Great Loop, cruising intercoastal waterways, or visiting the islands.
She spent three months in the Spring of 2021 out of the water. The work included: a complete bottom job, with the hull being "peeled", blisters ground out and filled, 3 coats of vinylester, 5 coats of barrier paint, 1 coat of hard paint, and 2 coats of ablative paint; the core on the swim platform was removed and replaced; the cabin paint was sanded off and repainted multiple coats of Alexseal; the decks were painted with TotalBoat deck paint; the handrail stanchions were removed, the fiberglass was repaired, and they were rebedded; the Bennet trim tabs were rebuilt with new hydraulic cylinders; the brightwork was stripped and refinished with 6 coats of varnish; and the back-up camera was replaced.
Cardinal Way is owned by an experienced cruising couple, with extensive knowledge of Caterpillar engines. The owner has prepared numerous detailed drawings of the electrical, engine and mechanical systems. The maintenance and repair records date back to April, 2003 and can be reviewed upon inspection of the vessel.
The cardinal symbolizes something good on the horizon, and it urges you to follow your dreams and passions. Is it time for you to follow your dreams on Cardinal Way?
Islandside Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Curtis Stokes & Associates. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
We are pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Curtis Stokes & Associates. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel.