"Quetzal" is an iconic Robert Perry designed cruising yacht (design #112) that was constructed by Passport Yachts, one of the premier cruising yacht buiders. The quality of this yacht will be evident once you step aboard. With a Passport 40 you get roomy liveaboard comfort without compromising sailing ability or safety at sea. "Quetzal" has the layout with the v-berth forward with head and separate stall shower next aft to port.
The current owners purchased here in 2004 and have continued throughout their ownership to make upgrades:
"Quetzal" owners have kept and maintained her in excellent condition. She has enjoyed full time care since new, and it shows. "Quetzal" is fully outfitted with much recent equipment for ocean passages. She is an excellent choice for a cruising couple. A blue water thoroughbred built for strength, comfort and excellent sailing characteristics. She is a pleasing and sophisticated blue water yacht and is an excellent yacht, worthy of fulfilling your dreams - sailing you on the Seven Seas or cruising on warm summer weekends.
Accommodations & Layout
From Forward to Aft:
The master stateroom is forward with a a large berth, with plenty of storage drawers and hanging lockers to starboard. Because the coachroof is carried well forward, there is increased space and headroom that what you might otherwise expect.
Next aft to port is a private head with vanity sink and separate shower stall with a sump. There is a fiberglass holding tank with a deck pumpout or through macerator for overboard discharge.
The main saloon follows with an L-shaped dinette with large solid folding teak dinette table to port and straight settee to starboard. Large teak cabinets and bookshelves over and outboard of the settees provide ample storage areas. More storage is located behind the seat backs. There is a cabin heater on forward on the starboard side.
Next aft to starboard, is an outboard facing navigation station with a swing-out seat, large solid teak opening nav desk, teak faced instrument mounting compartments and electrical panels.
Across to port is a beautiful and large U-shaped galley complete with front and top loading refrigerator and separate freezer compartmets, a 3-burner propane stove, double stainless steel sink and solid teak louvered cabinets, drawers and dry storage compartments.
Aft and to starboard of the companionway is the aft stateroom with hanging locker, drawers and bookshelf over a double berth.
Large overhead hatches and opening ports with screens provide excellent ventilation. The interior is mainly hand rubbed satin varnished solid teak staving with solid teak cabinets and doors. The sole is teak and holly.
The Passport 40 has spacious and functional U-shaped galley design to please those who like to entertain and the liveaboard's need for storage. Features include top and front loading refrigeration compartment with separate freezer compartment equipped with Adler Barbour 12 volt Cold Machine (new in 2010) refrigeration system; 3-burner propane stove with oven; double s/s sink; and built-in cutting board. Lots of cabinets with beautiful solid teak louvered doors. Fresh and salt water foot pumps, along with hot and cold pressure water system. All dishes, utensils, pots and pans convey.
This galley is undoubtedly the largest in any 40' boat. There is plenty of working counter space, and two people can easily work together in this galley.
Two stainless steel water tanks (125 gal. capacity)
Two black iron fuel tanks with fiberglass over under cockpit.
12 volt DC system
30 amp AC electrical systems w/50 amp adaptor
50 foot 30 amp shore power cord
Numerous 110 volt outlets throughout
(2) 6D & (1) 4D gel batteries
105 amp alternator (with 2 spares)
Magnum battery charger/inverter (new 2011)
Red courtesy lights along cabin sole
Overhead and reading lights throughout
Three stage automatic regulator
Air-X wind generator (2006)
Deck & Hull
Hand laid solid fiberglass hull with longitudinal and transverse stringers for hull stiffness.
Modified long "cruising" fin keel with internal iron ballast.
Skeg mounted rudder.
Stars and Stripes blue Imron hull with teak overlay side decks and non-skid on coachroof
Salt & fresh water deck washdown
Stainless steel mast pulpit
Lewmar windlass (2010)
Bruce 45# anchor w/300' high tensile chain (2004) & 100' nylon rode
CQR 45# anchor w/30' chain & 300' nylon rode
Fortress 23# anchor w/30 chain & 300' nylon rode
Stern anchor davit
Avon 10' dinghy w/beaching wheels
Mercury 3.5 HP outboard motor (2009)
Fenders and docklines
Tan dodger w/removeable covers (2008)
Tan Bimini (2008)
White custom sun cover, mast to dodger (1992)
Givens 4 man Life raft
(5) Life preservers
(2) Search lights
Owners tools and personal possessions.
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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