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Passport - 40 Offshore Yacht.

Passport - 40 Offshore Yacht. Blue Water Cruisers for sale in Ipswich at Boatshop24.co.uk
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Category:Sailing Boats
Subcategory:Blue Water Cruisers
Model:40 Offshore Yacht.
Mooring Country:United Kingdom
Year built:1985
Sales status:available
LOA:12.06 m/40 ft
Length:12.19 m/40 ft
Width:3.87 m/13 ft
KW:50.0 hp
No. of cabins:2
No. of berths:3
WC & bathrooms:1

Blue water yacht for sale UK. Passport 40 Cutter for sale. Masthead cutter rig. Rare opportunity to buy this beautiful Perry design world girdling fin and skeg yacht outside of USA. Layout for extended live aboard cruising. Very low free board just step off pontoon onto deck. 2017 new Beta marine diesel engine,. Insulated hull from new. Solid teak joinery. Single double berth en-suite cabin. New stern gear and feathering propeller Benefits also from new Autopilot system, new instrumentation, mast stripped and rewired, new mast lights, up rated and re-seated chain plates, new upholstery including foams, new batteries.. Keen vendor.

Down below the interior feel is really nice. The joinery finished in solid teak, is superb, A pullman berth placed forward to port with a head at the forepeak.. The pullman berth arrangement is practical as the berth situated a little back is more comfortable and the head at the forepeak doesn’t mind if it gets sea spray from an open forward hatch! The U-shaped galley to port is large and dominates the main saloon area. It’s functional with plenty of pantry space, large refrigeration bins, and features twin sinks not too far from the boat’s centerline. The navigation station to starboard facing outwards. One double berth ensuite cabin. Further forward, the living space includes a large L-shaped settee surrounding a large leafed teak table and a single settee opposite to port. There is plenty of stowage behind and under the settees. Solid teak handcrafted interior. Force 10 three burner stove, grill and oven. Grunert refridgerator Heads compartment with Raritan marine wc, wash hand basin and shower. 20 l calorifier. Holding tank 40l 12 no. bronze opening portlights. Insulated hull from new. Upholstery in good condition. Plenty of lifting sole plates in saloon to provide access to bilge and stop cocks. The engine is located under the saloon table and provides good access.
Hull, Deck, Safety & Canvas
New fore hatch 2017 Lewmar/Antal winches Windlass Maxwell 3500 Two cockpit lockers Gas locker Stainless steel boarding ladder. Wheel steering Monitor windvane. Above deck the Passport 40 has a sensibly designed cockpit for seagoing action, wide seats and a high coaming that’s trimmed in teak, large cockpit drains, and plenty of cockpit locker space. All the sail control lines are fed back to the cockpit and the main st winches within easy reach of the helm to ease single handing. The hull has been professionally sprayed in past and deck refinished 2011/2012 also, the vendor advises. The anti slip side decks are relatively wide with a moulded in bulwark that provides for a secure feel when moving to the fore-deck. You’ll notice a fair amount of teak; from the cap rail to handrails to the eyebrows on the coach roof. Deck fittings tend to be solid and of top quality, the boat has a single bow roller as standard, The ballast is of iron encapsulated in GRP. The hull-to-deck joint is bonded and through-bolted on an inward flange on the raised bulwark, there’s also a steel strip embedded into the bulwark for mounting the stanchions. The mast is keel stepped. Bulkheads and internal furniture are fibre glassed into the hull. Four ss dorade cowls with granny bars. Green canvas winch and hatch 'bonnets' Green mainsail cover. Tan sprayhood 2012 Bimini fixed, solid. Spray dodgers Manual and automatic bilge pumps Radar reflector Lifebouy with floating lights Jackstays Search light.
Rigging & Sails
New standing rigging 2011 masthead cutter rig. Furling genoa and stay sails. Mainsail fully battened, slab reefing 2011 Mac sails. 130% overlapping Genoa, 2011 Mac sails. Staysail, 2011 Mac sails. Tri sail Cruising chute Spare main sail and genoa. Sails pro checked/serviced 2017.
Navigation and electrics
Furuno radar, mast mounted scanner. Furuno GPS Autopilot Raymarine EV 400 HS 50 drive. 2016 Raymarine Log 2017 Raymarine depth 2017 Raymarine wind direction and speed. 2017 VHF Icom GX2200 E (AIS transmit/GPS) 2017 Steering Compass I engine battery 2015 2no. domestic batteries 2017 Solar panels 7no. 450w 24a Monitor windvane. Inverter Shore power 110 v and 220/240v circuits
Additional Information
The Passport 40 comes from the first generation of performance cruisers for which its designer, Robert Perry, has generally been credited with when he introduced his groundbreaking Valiant 40. The Passport 40 has a similar underbody to the Valiant but most strikingly different a first glance is the use of a transom over Perry’s usual double-ended stern. Introduced in 1980, the Passport 40 has become one of Perrys most successful 40-footers. With their sensible interiors, quality Taiwanese build and sailing characteristics described as nimble, fast and sea-kindly, it’s no wonder. The sheerline line is sweeping and handsome. Below the waterline a cruising fin keel drawing 5′ 9″ and a skeg hung rudder, their profiles looking very similar to the Valiant 40. There is a shoal draft option that draws a useful 5′ 3″. Passport 40s came with a sloop rig as standard equipment, though almost all boats have been fitted with a inner stay, usually the removable type producing a double headsail cutter style rig more suited for crossing oceans. John Kretschmer mentions in Sailing Magazine that the original design objective was to allow the boat to be sailed under a single mainsail alone. East wind was lifted out at Foxs in June f2018 or scrub ,antifouling ... Removal and filling of redundant thru hull fittings (an old fish finder and old B @G log . Work to repair some damaged stanchions Upgrade to guard wires Repair to a stanchion base fitting location and replacement of a stanchion backing plate on starboard side Work done professionally by FOX'S with receipts held by vendor.
The Passport 40 has all the sailing characteristics of a good passage-maker. They are beautifully balanced, fast, yet preserve crew energies by being sea kindly with a soft easy motion. They perform quite well in light winds and really come to life when the weather picks up, especially on the beam. Downwind they track well enough to fly spinnakers under self steering with no problems. You can expect routine 130-140 miles days, but with fair winds and 24/7 hand steering numbers as high as 190, even 200 miles per day have been clocked. used for cross channel trips and coastal hops.
Precious Marine offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Some websites that link to us may not drag the full information across please feel free to click the link and ask for the full inventory.
Precious Marine - Phone number removed - xt 1 Afloat here- Woolverstone Marina, Ipswich IP9 1AS
Model40 Offshore Yacht.Max Draft5.8 feet
Modelmarine dieselModel Year2017
Waterline length33.42 feet
Precious Marine Ltd
Precious Marine Ltd
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