1985 Passport Yachts 40
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Passport 40 Sailboat For Sale in San Diego ::: Just in from the south seas by way of Hawaii this Bob Perry 40' Passport is as clean as they come.
With her modified fin keel and skeg hung rudder Bella Nave is ready for her next adventure. Outfitted with a Monitor wind vane, Spectra water maker and 560 watts of solar panels for starters, 4 year old Carol Hasse - Port Townsend sails, Iverson's Design Custom dodger and bimini and a Perkins 4-108 diesel you will find all in good order.
Chainplates have been replaced within the last 4 years and rigging inspected 2 years ago. You will NOT need to spend thousands of dollars getting underway to enjoy this renown blue water cruiser.
We Respect Your Time! Please Contact Ian Bossenger to schedule your viewing to ensure availability.
619 990 8501
- Passport Yachts
- San Diego, CA, US
- Available for sale in U.S. waters:
- Vessel Name:
- Bella Nave
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Dimensions & Weight
- 40 ft - 12.19 meter
- 39 ft 5 in - 12.02 meter
- 12 ft 8 in - 3.86 meter
- Draft - max:
- 5 ft 9 in - 1.75 meter
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- Dry Weight:
- 22771 lbs
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- Fuel Type:
- 51 (Individual), 51 (combined)
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- Fuel Tank:
- 78 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Fresh Water Tank:
- 75 gallons - 1 tank(s)
- Holding Tank:
- 40 gallons - 1 tank(s)
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
|Builder: Passport Yachts Inc. (TAIWAN)|
|Designer: Robert Perry|
|LOA: 39 ft 5 in||Beam: 12 ft 8 in||Min. Draft: 5 ft 9 in|
|Ballast: 8600 lb||Displacement: 22771 lb||Number of Heads: 1|
|Engine Make: Perkins||Engine Model: 4-108||Drive Type: Direct Drive|
|Hours: 1416||Power: 51 hp||Propeller Type: 3 Blade|
|Propeller Material: Alloy|
|Fuel Tanks Capacity: 78 gal||Fresh Water Tanks Capacity: 75 gal||Holding Tanks #: 1|
|Holding Tank Capacity: 40 gal|
AccommodationsThe Passport 40 is designed for live-aboard comfort, re-noun sea-keeping ability and safety at sea. With hand helds logically located throughout the boat the interior space is a combination of traditional style with modern comforts, and offers privacy with two cabins.
Two large forward opening deck hatches and two additional opening hatches, 4 electric fans, 10 opening portlights (all re-bedded) allow for cross ventilation. The Dickinson Antarctic diesel heater located at the base of the companionway will keep the whole boat warm.
Solid teak joinery, solid teak cabin doors with hand carved scene carved into door leading to the forward berth. Louvered locker doors to all lockers provide for well ventilated storage, all lockers serviced by "dri-deck", again ensuring for additional ventilation. 1/2" laid teak and holly cabin sole. Overhead paneled with new painted white wood strip headliner . All cushions have had the foam replaced with closed cell foam.
The L-shaped dinette with a large fold-up teak table provides excellent access around the dinette when entertaining your guests. There is storage behind the settees as well as bookshelves and cabinets outboard of the settees. The dinette table can be totally removed to allow for amazing access to the diesel engine. Opposite the dinette is a settee (starboard). Lee-cloths make it a safe sea berth.
A large forward stateroom features a double Pullman berth to port with custom mattress and an electric fan. Large drawers and lockers are built in below the berth. Opposite the berth are hanging lockers and bureau with a mirror above it. The cabin is served by the head forward of the cabin.
The aft quarter berth is to starboard, is ideal as a sea berth when cruising. It features plenty of storage.
With the U-shaped galley you are safe and secure at sea. The divided refrigerator and freezer (additional insulation installed) with double door top loading and front assess makes for a very practical work area.
- Weems and Plath Barometer
- Visio Flat Screen TV
- Yamaha ATS-10.30 Bluetooth Speakers
- Iridium GO and external internet antenna
- Coast Marine WIFI booster with external antenna
- Spectra VT200 8 gal/hr water maker (Low power consumption can be run on batteries, solar or wind power)
- Dickerson "Carribean" 2 burner stove with oven (4 years old), Marinetics LP (fuse protected) on/off switch.
- Danfoss BD35F 101Z variable speed compressor/ cold machine
- Top and front loading refrigerator/freezer, new insulation added
- Engel AC/DC freezer (on slides) mounted beneath navigation table
- Heart Systems Tank Tender (at navigation station)
- Twin deep stainless steel sinks, pressurized hot and cold water (new sink drains)
- New 6 gal hot water heater
- Foot pump for both fresh and raw water
- Hand spray nozzel (useful for rinsing!)
- Bronze fitting for water maker sample tube
- LPG system - 5# tanks (2) in port lazarette, one butane, one propane.
- MAGMA BBQ on stern rail
- Garmin VHF with AIS (receive only)
- Raytheon Pathfinder SL70 radar with 7" display (on coachroof in cockpit)
- Garmin GPS MAP741XS with AIS (at helm)
- Furuno GPS Navigator GP-31 (at navigation station)
- Garmin multi-displays x2 (at helm)
- Garmin Autopilot
- Richie Powerdamp compass
- 560 watt solar panels (4 panels)
- House batteries, Trojan 6v (2 yrs old) 4, T-125 Deep-Cycle Flooded
- Start battery - Trojan Group 27 (2 yrs old)
- Automatic Charging Relay - combines batteries during charging, and isolates them when charging has stopped and after battery voltage has fallen. An ACR is intended to keep a load from discharging both of the batteries.
- High output alternator
- Go Power IC 2000, 2000 watt inverter with 30 amp Go Power PWN (Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) technology) solar controller, 100 amp charger
- Rotary battery switch
- 125 volt, 30 amp shore power
- GFCI protected outlets (one in the head, one in the galley), outlets throughout the boat.
- 4 year old Carol Hasse - Port Townsend sails
- Main - Carol Hasse (with 2 deep reef points customized specifically for the Passport 40')
- 135% Jib - Carol Hasse
- 80% jib, storm jib (bends over furled head sail, inspected and "like new"), storm tri-sail on track (main storm sail (inspected and "like new")
- Asymmetrical spinnaker with sock (Red/Yellow)
- Profurl headsail furling system
- Custom Iverson canvas - dodger with spectra windows, bimini and custom "wings" (weather cloth to add protection to cockpit occupants)
- Lewmar 48 self tailing primaries (x2) on cockpit coaming
- Lewmar 40 self tailing winch on coachroof
- Lewmar 40 and Lewmar 16 on side of mast, Lewmar 16 mounted on boom
- Rope clutches (x2 banks)
- Harken traveller (new)
- Harken blocks
- Selden "boomkicker" rigid vang
- Nilsson electric windlass, 12 volt (rebuilt)
- Rocna 25kg primary anchor, 250' 3/8" 3B galvanized chain, 200' 3/8" rode
- Danforth 22-S secondary (stern) anchor, 25' 5/16" chain, 75' 7/16" rode
- Saltwater washdown at windlass
- Pre-wired for wind turbine (wiring dead ends in hanging locker and at solar panel, not connected or energized)
Engines and Associated
- Perkins 4-108 51 hp diesel
- Fresh water cooled
- Port lazaret fuel tank replaced with custom bladder bedded in foam to support shape - 34 gal
- Starboard fuel tank flushed and cleaned out - 44 gal
- 78 gal combined fuel in two tanks supported by dual Raycor fuel filters. Manifold allows for tanks to be switched under way, filters to be replaced under way, fuel to be polished.
- Owner reports 0.44 gal/hr at 1500 rpm @ 4.5 knots, 0.9 gal/hr at 5.5 knots @ 2100 rpm. 4,500 rpm wide open throttle.
- Monitor wind vane
- Winslow, 6 man life raft (Model 60-510P)
- Highfield UL-290 9' 6" tender (on davits)
- Yamaha 15hp, 2 stroke outboard
- Lifesling 2 overboard rescue system
- Throwable life ring
- Ships bell (at helm)
- Shade cloth covers whole boat
- Custom stainless steel security bars - one set for the companionway, the other for forward hatch (lock the boat up while leaving the companionway and hatch open for ventilation when ashore. Come back to a cool boat!)
DisclaimerThe Company 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.