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Introduced in 1995, the Egg Harbor 42 Convertible is a completely restyled version of the previous Egg Harbor 42 (199094)a state-of-the art boat by the standards of her day, with as much (or more) eye appeal than anything in her class. The 42 was built on low-deadrise hull with a sharp bow entry, a solid fiberglass bottom, and a wide 15-foot beam. Her big 100-square-foot cockpit rivals many larger boats in both size and amenities. Below deck, the two-stateroom, single-head interior of the Egg 42 was offered with or without a dinette. A wet bar is standard in the salon where large windows offer panoramic views of the water. One step down, to port, is a U-shaped galley with serving counter (and two bar stools), refrigerator/freezer, microwave, and Corian counters. Additional features include a bow pulpit, central vacuum system, teak interior joinery, salon entertainment center, below-deck livewell, tackle drawers, cockpit bait freezer, insulated in-deck fish/storage box (macerated), transom door, fresh/raw-water washdowns, cockpit bolsters, teak covering boards, and cockpit access to the engine room. GM 485hp 6-71 diesels cruise at 18 knots (mid 20s top).