Classic Passport Yachts: Moderate displacement, performance cruiser, very well built for long-range, bluewater cruising & beautiful, all-teak interior workmanship. BOUNDLESS has always enjoyed exceptional owners & has been extensively cruised throughout the Northwest by the present owners for the last 23 years. Tremendous interior volume, tankage, storage & accommodations. Typically stored for six months of every year in fresh water, and always well-maintained by a former professional mariner & career engineer. She’ll need updating of some systems & equipment for offshore passagemaking, but otherwise ready to continue cruising our beautiful Northwest and/or liveaboard.
For additional information please contact Mark Gilbert at 206.223.3624 (office), 206.300.1325 (cell) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Mark Gilbert at 206.223.3624
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Passport Yachts International
Designer: Stan Huntingford
LOA: 41 ft 9 in
Beam: 12 ft 10 in
LWL: 34 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Displacement: 25500 lbs
Ballast: 9500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 58 ft 0 in
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
The hull form & layout design of the Passport 42 allow for the engine & water tanks to be located below the cabin sole, thereby freeing up volume under the settees, berths & under the cockpit for general storage, which also contributes to additional ballasting of the boat. The offset companionway allows for an easier entry to the boat, as well as a more generous aft stateroom than traditional aft cockpit designs.
Exceptional craftsmanship is found throughout BOUNDLESS: Solid teak staving on all bulkheads; louvered cabinet doors & frames in solid teak; removable, soft vinyl overhead panes w/ teak battens; teak & holly cabin sole throughout; exceptional lighting & ventilation throughout the boat from 5 overhead hatches (Atkins & Hoyle reversible), 6 bronze opening ports, 2 dorade ventilators, 4 large fixed windows, 4 deck prisms, 3 cabin fans, 18 dome lights, 3 brass reading lights & 3 auxiliary fluorescent lights.
The forward stateroom offers a substantial, offset double berth, with access to the chain locker forward, large hanging locker, storage outboard & under the berth, as well as numerous additional drawers & lockers.
Next aft is the roomy bathroom to port with separate shower stall, marine toilet, vanity sink & generous storage. Opposite to starboard is an additional, large, cedar-lined hanging locker.
The very-comfortable main salon has an L-shape settee to port with fold-out teak dining table & a straight settee/berth to starboard with a cabin heater mounted on the forward bulkhead. Storage outboard, behind & under the settees.
Next aft to port is the deep, sea-going galley with tremendous storage in numerous drawers & lockers. Independent fridge & freezer boxes w/ top-loading for both, as well as front-loading for the fridge. Double-deep stainless steel sinks w/ pressure water, as well as fresh & salt water manual foot pumps. The beautiful Broadwater stainless steel, 4-burner, gimballed LPG stove/oven is outboard w/ a stainless safety bar in front & two sets of padeyes for attaching a galley safety strap for rough seas.
Opposite to starboard is the large, forward-facing nav desk w/ storage under & outboard, electronics array, electrical distribution panels & wet-hanging locker just behind. Next aft is a great watch berth w/ drop-down workbench above. Opposite to port is the private aft stateroom w/ pullman double berth, drawer storage under & locker/shelf storage outboard.
Teak handles, grab rails & grab bars are available throughout the cabin, as well as sturdy brass safety rails at either side of the companionway stairs. The deep, sea-going cockpit has plenty of seating area & tremendous storage in three cockpit lockers.
Electronic & Electrical Systems
Autohelm ST-50 SeaTalk instruments including KM, DS, AWI/AWS displays at the binnacle & a MULTI unit at the nav station (wind transducer inoperative)
Autohelm 5000 below deck, linear-drive autopilot w/ control head at the nav station
SMR Striker VHF marine radio; Kenwood TKM-707 SSB w/ auto-tuner (Dynaplate grounding & insulated backstay for SSB antenna – wire to insulator currently disconnected)
Garmin 2010C chart plotter at the nav desk w/ charts to Dixon Entrance (5/06)
Furuno Model 1700 rastar-scan radar w/ mast-mounted 24-mile radome
Raytheon RAY350 Hailer w/ auto-foghorn & speaker mast-mounted under the radome
JVC AM/FM/CD stereo system w/ cabin & cockpit speakers
Brass clock & barometer; Windex at the masthead
12V DC & 110V AC electrical systems w/ Newmar AC/DC hinged distribution panel at the nav desk including circuit breakers w/ indicator lights, amp & volt meters
Auxiliary DC distribution panels by Marinetics & Blue Sea Systems
30A shorepower system w/ 50' shore cord, shorepower connector, AC source switch panel (shore or inverter) & Heart Interface EMS 1800 charger/inverter
Cole-Hersee 4-position battery selector switch; (4) Trojan 6V deep-cycle batteries in two banks for house service (8/09); (1) 12V SeaVolt Dual Purpose Group 4D, 160AH dedicated engine starting battery (4/06)
105A high output alternator on the engine
Uni-Solar FLX-32 SmartCharge solar battery charger (portable/flexible, rated to 32 watts for 12V in ideal conditions); never used, installation required.
All cabin lights re-powered with LED’s; spreader lights; tri-color masthead running lights w/ strobe
Portable, hand-held searchlight w/ outlet in the cockpit
Engine & Mechanical Systems
Perkins 4.108 FWC diesel engine w/ 2,585 operating hours on new Hobbs meter installed 3/94. Engine removed at this time for complete rebuild, including valves, rings, bearings, injectors, starting motor, etc.
Engine & exhaust system serviced, including valves, belts, etc. (3/07)
Rated 50 HP at 4,000 RPM no-load. Estimated 25-30 HP at continuous cruising of 2,500 RPM & 5.5 kts. when boat fully loaded.
Fuel consumption: 0.7 gal/hr @ 2,500 RPM
(2) 60-gal fuel tanks of mild steel (black iron) coated w/ FRP. Never any problems & believed in very good condition. Tanks always kept full in off-season; over 20 years no water accumulation in DAHL filter. Inspection ports in top of tanks.
GROCO ARG-P Series seawater strainer (4/10)
DAHL Baldwin 100 Series diesel fuel/water separator (8/09)
Replaced engine raw water cooling pump (11/11)
3-blade fixed bronze prop w/ spare on board
Deluxe engine panel w/ full gauges in the cockpit; engine hour meter at the nav station
Litton microwave oven mounted in the galley operates off shore power or the inverter
Force 10 stainless steel LPG B-B-Q mounted on the stern pulpit
Raritan marine toilet (2007 w/ new pump 3/14); Y-valve for direct overboard discharge or to 20-gal FRP holding tank; holding tank can be pumped out via a deck port or by gravity discharge at overboard thru-hull valve
Hot/cold pressure water system for galley & head, plus fresh & salt water manual foot pumps at the galley
Deck Features & Equipment
Extra high stainless steel bow pulpit, stern pulpit & stanchions (bulwark-mounted) w/ double lifelines (vinyl-coated stainless steel wire) & boarding gates port & starboard; heavy-duty stainless steel mast pulpits
Portable stainless steel boarding ladder can be installed at either lifeline gate
(6) heavy-duty, stainless steel mooring cleats w/ bronze hawse fairleads set in the bulwarks – at the bow, stern & amidships
Heavy teak rubstrakes port & starboard on the hull
Lighthouse Model 1501 stainless steel 12V anchor windlass w/ UP foot switch on the foredeck. Continuous-duty linear power unit w/ 2-speed manual override operated with winch handle (installed 1990, motor re-built 9/07).
Ideal Windlass Co. safety & control panel located at the nav station
Bruce 44-lb (20kg) Claw primary anchor w/ 350' 3/8" BBB anchor chain marked at 5-fathom intervals
Danforth 35-lb stainless steel “lunch-hook” mounted on the stern pulpit w/ chain & rode stored in the lazarette
60-lb CQR storm anchor
Teak decking on sidedecks, cabintop & cockpit seats – condition still quite good, but ready for minor maintenance including replacement of some bungs & touch-up seam compound in some areas
AVON Red Crest 9' RIB dinghy w/ two set of oars (2003)
Suzuki 4 HP, 4-stroke outboard motor (2003) stores on heavy-duty stainless steel mast pulpits; lifting bridle to use in conjunction w/ one of the halyards
Dodger (w/ grab bars both sides) & bimini frames of stainless steel w/ panels for full cockpit enclosure
Canvas covers for mainsail, staysail, winches, B-B-Q, mast boot, lifering, etc.
Fold-up teak cockpit table mounted on the binnacle
Full set of cockpit cushions, plus (2) portable, adjustable lounge seats
Mid-boom adjustable mainsheet traveller w/ control line led aft
Hall QuikVang solid mechanical boom vang w/ control line led aft
Telescoping aluminum whisker pole w/ heel-lift system stores on the mast
All running rigging is of braided Dacron (sheets, halyards, etc.)
Walder Boom Brake; lazy jacks; quick-release lever for removable staysail stay
(2) Lewmar 48CST primary sheet winches mounted on the coamings
(1) Lewmar 43CST mainsail sheet winch mounted on the cabintop
(2) Lewmar 40CST halyard winches mounted on the mast
(1) Lewmar 40CST reefing winch
All winches broken down & fully serviced (2008)
Harken Cruising 2 headsail furling unit w/ new oversized headstay (4/14)
Original Dacron cruising mainsail – very stout cloth, still in good repair & providing good service off-wind; re-cutting would allow for better upwind performance; full battens w/ lazy jacks; jiffy/slab reefing
Original Dacron 130% furling genoa in good, usable condition
Original Dacron hank-on staysail in very good condition (little used)
Asymmetrical cruising spinnaker w/ dowsing sleeve in very good condition
Monitor stainless steel self-steering vane – currently in storage, requires service & parts
Misc. Notes & Features
Moderate displacement performance cruiser w/ cruising fin keel & skeg-mounted rudder
Designed displacement 25,500 lbs. unloaded; fully loaded actual displacement in excess of 30,000 lbs.
Hull constructed w/ Airex foam core to ABS specifications – provides additional strength & impact resistance, as well as thermal & acoustic insulation
Encapsulated iron ballast typically cast in two large pieces, then dropped into reinforced keel cavity w/ chopped fiber & resin to eliminate all voids, then glassed over to fully encapsulate
Last haulout 7/13 for routine maintenance & fresh antifouling paint
Last full, out-of-the-water survey for insurance purposes by Dennis Johnson in 2012. Hull, rudder & running gear reported in very good condition w/ a very few, minor gelcoat blisters evident.
Owner of the past 23 years very attentive to engine maintenance w/ regular oil & filter changes, keeping fuel tanks full & treated w/ biocide in the off-season & periodically running the engine up to maximum RPM per manufacturer’s recommendation to keep cylinders clean of carbon build-up
Replaced all below-waterline thru-hull fittings & valves, and renewed bonding wiring w/ #6 gauge copper (8/09)
Extensive manuals onboard for virtually all systems & equipment
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.