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Old 08-28-2020, 04:25 PM
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Just sold my 41 Albemarle. I am now looking for a bridge boat. The 42 Henriques is on my list. Is there anyone out there who knows of a 42 Henriques on charter or be willing to let me climb on their’s. Of course I would be willing to cover any expenses to run the boat. I would really like to fish one for a day to help get a feel for the Fishability and performance

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Old 08-28-2020, 04:32 PM
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Indian Giver in Indian River Inlet, DE is a new Henriques, I believe a 42. They operate as a charter.
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Old 08-29-2020, 02:14 AM
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It would help if you put your location out there.
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shake n bake sportfishing runs a 42 as a charter
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Thanks for the updates… I am willing to travel to check out a 42 Henrique sportfish
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It's a henriques... Fishabilty doesn't get better.
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MO,

Nothing comes even close at 42'- I have run down 50-60' convertibles in snotty seas and I don't let her pound.

Last year on, on a lousy day, only two boats left the dock in my port, my 42' and a buddy's 74' Viking- he was running 30 on the way in and we were running 24 and the ride was not bad, just real wet as the wind was blowing 25 knots.

Fishability is AMAZING and performance is up to what motors you put in it- we have C-12's and run 26-27 knots at 75% load burning 52-54 an hour and with the temps running between 199 and 201- CAT says that I can run them much harder, but I want to get another 5,000 hours out of them.

My 42' is the first boat I have ever owned (had a 35' Bertram and 48' Viking) where EVERYTHING was done the right way and made sense- nothing rattles or shakes and their are zero stress cracks anywhere with 5,500 hard hours on the hull.

I have no idea why nobody else builds a boat this tough, but I have yet to see one that came close.

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I cannot speak towards the 42 Henriques, or really any other model besides my dinky little 28.

What I can say though, of all the boats I have ever owned - this is the first one I have ever owned where I have yet to be in that place where you scratch your head and think "this makes no sense, why would they have done it this way". They put alot of thought into making things accessible and easy to access and service.

Although they no longer build the 28 - they still have stock of every part on them OR can tell you exactly where to source what you are looking for, its kind of incredible. When you call the Henriques factory - the person you speak with has the last name Henriques - again, kind of incredible.


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Thanks again for the feedback....Still looking for a 42 flybridge to go check out. I am on the East Coast but willing to travel
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Hello Tom, I hope I was able to assist you with your planning. John and Sandy will also be a good source of info.
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Originally Posted by wreckman View Post
Hello Tom, I hope I was able to assist you with your planning. John and Sandy will also be a good source of info.
thank you wreckman.... Spoke to both John and Sandy. Great resources. Still waiting to hear back from Indian Giver Charters. I’m ready to set up a trip
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I think Henriques has one that they took on trade-

or go to the Henriques FaceBook site ( its an owners site) and post- a lot of owners on there that let guys see their boats

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