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Passport 40

€101.776 Angebotspreis: US$125.000

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Wagner Stevens Yachts

326 First Street, Suite 404
Annapolis, Maryland, 21403
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Marke Passport
Typ 40
Baujahr 1984
Bootszustand Gebraucht
Preis US$125.000
Miteigentumsanteile 1
Bootstyp Segel
Klasse Segelyacht
Länge 12.19 m
Treibstoff Diesel
Rumpfmaterial GFK (Fiberglass)
Liegeplatz Annapolis, Maryland, Vereinigte Staaten
Länge über alles 12.19 m
Länge an der Wasserlinie 10.19 m
Breite 3.86 m
Tiefgang 1.75 m
Ballast 8500 Pfund
Motortyp Innenbord
Marke Beta Marine
Treibstoff Diesel
Baujahr 2014
Motor 43 PS
Steuerung Direktantrieb
Motorbetriebsstunden 274
Konstrukteur Robert Perry
Werft Passport Yachts
Treibstoffstanks 140 gal
Frischwassertanks 138 gal (Rostfreier Stahl)
Fäkalientanks 30 gal (GRP )
Rumpfform Monohull

Beschreibung

The Passport 40 is a top quality bluewater cruiser. She was designed by Robert Perry and built in Taiwan. Grover McLane is hull #91 out of a series of approximately almost 148 hulls. She was considered a performance cruiser in her day.  Although it is heavy by current standards, it remains a nimble, easily handled boat.

She is a handsome boat with pretty lines. Her coach roof extends well forward allowing additional interior volume forward. The side decks are easy to maneuver on and her cockpit is safe and comfortable. Her cruising fin keel with a skeg hung rudder assures good tracking and excellent windward ability. She is nimble and easily handled and well suited for cruising both bluewater and short day sails.

The exquisite interior joiner work done with solid teak staving sets this boat and white overhead gives this boat the classic styling lost in most modern yachts. Grover McLane is equal parts rugged voyager and elegant yacht. The Passport 40 reflects a focus on living comfort without any compromise of sailing ability or safety underway

Grover McLane has the Pullman berth layout with the head forward, an outward facing navigation station, quarter cabin aft to starboard with a hide-away sea head, and a large U-shaped galley to port.

The current owner purchased her as a freshwater boat on Lake Michigan. He has owned her since 2007 and sailed her primarily along the US East Coast.

Grover McLane is seriously for sale. Bring offers.

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Accommodations

From forward to aft:

- Full head forward with electric toilet, shower with sump pump, stainless steel sink, and access to the chain locker.  

- Master stateroom with Pullman berth to port and lockers to starboard.

- Main saloon with L-shaped settee to port, large dining table with leaf (over engine), and straight settee to starboard with lee cloth. 

- Aft facing navigation station on starboard.

- Galley aft to port

- The quarter cabin is aft to starboard with double berth, seat, lockers, and hanging lockers. There is a sea head under the seat. 

  • Interior finest quality solid teak joinery
  • Ten Bronze ports with screens 
  • Three opening deck hatches in overhead with teak framed hinged hatch screens.
  • Two fixed windows
  • Louvered locker doors
  • Three - 12V fans
  • Dark red upholstery
  • Handmade blackout panels for ports, hatches, and windows
  • Companionway weatherboards
  • Companionway screens
  • Additional extra fine screens 

Galley

  • Regal Mariner stainless steel 3 burner propane stove and oven with broiler
  • Remote propane shutoff
  • One 20# propane tank in molded cockpit locker with capacity for two tanks and drain
  • GE Microwave
  • Toaster
  • Coffeemaker
  • Top and front loading icebox
  • Double stainless steel sink 
  • Hot and cold pressure water
  • Hot water heater (engine and 110V AC) (2014)
  • Freshwater foot pump
  • Spice rack
  • Magma propane grill on stbd aft rail topside

Navigation and Communication

  • ACR EPIRB 406 MHz
  • Garmin 3210 plotter mount on bracket in forward part of cockpit
  • Uniden VHF radio
  • Handheld Cobra VHF radio
  • Raymarine ST6001 autopilot with S3 Corepack (2004)
  • Raymarine i60 wind (2011)
  • Raymarine i60 speed & depth (2011)
  • Navigation lights all LED with tri-color at top of mast and red deck light (2014)
  • Radar reflector
  • Ritchie compass
  • Clarion AM/FM/CD with two cabin speakers

Hull

  • Hand-laid solid fiberglass hull with longitudinal and transverse stringers for hull stiffness
  • Hull insulated with Airex
  • Encapsulated internal ballast of cast iron
  • Modified long "cruising" fin keel
  • Hand laminated fiberglass house and deck cored for stiffness and insulation
  • Molded non-skid on coachroof
  • Hull/deck joint is through-bolted every eight inches, sealed with
    polysulfide and seam filled with resin and filler making this a very strong construction suitable for offshore use
  • Skeg mounted rudder

Deck

  • Dodger with side and aft grab rails
  • West Marine 10' RIB Model 310 Hypalon dinghy (2010)
  • Teak cap rails
  • Teak rub rails with half-round bronze striker plates
  • Teak handrails on coachroof
  • Stainless steel stern ladder
  • Teak rimmed wheel
  • Manual bilge pump in cockpit
  • Stainless steel bow and stern rails, stanchions
  • Double lifelines with gates port and starboard
  • Anchor bridle (spring) with 3/4" 3-strand nylon rode
  • Simpson-Lawrence style 555 manual windlass
  • 45 lbs CQR anchor
  • 240' 3/8" anchor chain
  • 2nd Danforth anchor
  • 50' 3/8" chain and 150' 3-strand rode 
  • Six stainless steel mooring cleats.
  • Six bronze fairleads in high bulwarks.
  • Custom radar arch with Edson dinghy davits and dinghy engine lift and two solar panels on top
  • Edson outboard mounting bracket on stern
  • Side boarding ladder
  • Boat hook
  • Mooring lines
  • Four large, one small, and two inflatable fenders

Sails and Rigging

  • Aluminum keel stepped mast with double spreader  
  • Mast air draft approximately 56' 7" + antennas
  • Quantum loose-footed fully battened mainsail with two reef points and cover 
  • 130% genoa on Harken roller furler
  • Gennaker with snuffer
  • Forespar vang
  • Mainsheet traveler forward of cockpit
  • Genoa tracks with cars and stops
  • 2 steps at the bottom and 2 steps near the top of the mast
  • 2 Harken 40ST winches on mast
  • 1 Lewmar 16ST on boom
  • Shaeffer rope stoppers with gang of three both port and starboard
  • 2 Lewmar 40ST in cockpit forward
  • 2 Lewmar 48ST primary winches in cockpit

Performance:
SA/Disp ratio 15.41
Disp/WL ratio 271
Predicted hull speed: 7.75 kts.
Capsize screen value: 1.7

Mechanical and Electrical

  • Beta Marine 43 hp FWC diesel (2014) with 274 hrs 
  • Dual cockpit engine controls (throttle and gear shifter)
  • 3 blade fixed prop
  • Rudder cage removed and new S/S support installed for rudder
  • Emergency Tiller
  • 30 amp shore power connection with cord
  • 30 amp shore power connection with coard
  • Guest Charge Pro - 2 bank-15 amp (each) battery charger
  • Four 105 amp AGM batteries
  • Two 130 watt Sunforce solar panels with Solar Charge 12 volt controller
  • Automatic electric bilge pump

Safety Equipment

  • Seven life jackets
  • Two West Marine standard safety tethers
  • One West Marine standard child safety tether
  • West Marine life line netting (not installed)
  • Horseshoe
  • Rescue throw line in bag
  • Lifesling
  • EPIRB
  • Jacklines

Exclusions

Owners personal gear.

Disclaimer

The 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.

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