What a great cruising yacht for under $100k!! She is being sold by her second owners of over 20 years!! "Rite de Passage" is ready to do more cruising. Take a look at the equipment list!! Bring your provisions and go!!! Call ahead for an appointment.
Call Dan Nardo at 410-570-8533 or email me at email@example.com Courtesy showings with pleasure!!
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1994
Engine Model: 4JH2-HTE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: Less than 400
Engine Power: 62 HP
Fresh Water: 150
LOA: 42 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 38 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
Displacement: 24000 lbs
Ballast: 7400 lbs
The aft cabin has a large double berth with full head-room at the foot and access to each side of the berth. There are seven opening ports and an overhead opening hatch in the aft cabin, plus an opening port in the connecting aft head. There is also a vanity with storage, a mirror and cushioned seat, large hanging locker with double doors, a large drawer and three storage lockers for clothes and shoes. A double book shelf runs from the vanity to the port lazarette wall along the port side. There is also storage under the seat, under the berth and through an access panel to the locker under the propane locker in the aft starboard deck lazarette. The main salon has a large oval dinette table which can seat six persons. A long curved bench runs from one end of the dinette table and curves around the other end. A cushioned seat with storage locker beneath sits on the inner side of the dinette table (on the center line over the keel, with storage underneath). To starboard is a cushioned love seat, also with storage underneath. There are two hanging lockers in the salon. Along the port side of the hull there is a large storage compartment, a wine rack and storage lockers behind and under the dinette seating. Along the starboard side are storage lockers over and behind the loveseat. The dinette table lowers to provide another double berth when the cushions are rearranged. In the nav station there are two large hanging lockers with storage lockers above and below. There also is a locker under the aft end of the nav station and a chart rack and book rack under the nav station. The forward cabin is a double berth, a vanity with mirror under the hinged cover, and a cushioned seat on each side of the foot of the berth. Under the berth is a large locker accessed by lifting the mattress, and two large drawers accessed from the foot of the berth. To starboard is a shelved locker. To port is a deep hanging locker with double shelved cabinet overhead. By lifting the cushioned seats two small additional storage lockers may be accessed.
A freezer with top access and a refrigerator with both top and front access are located in the galley. Separate air-cooled Alder-Barbour refrigeration units for the freezer and the refrigerator are located under the stairs from the salon to the cockpit. There is a three burner Princess propane stove, with oven, in the galley. Built-in propane storage and connections to the stove are in the starboard aft deck lazarette. An additional propane tank is stored in the adjacent deckbox. Ample storage for provisions and utensils is under and over all of the salon seating, the stainless steel double sinks, and the corian counters. There are two water tanks, one under the forward v-berth holds 65 gallons, and one under the salon holds 85 gallons. There is a shower on the swim platform, a tub and shower in the aft head, and a shower in the forward head. A water heater operates off the engine fresh water cooling system and/or shore power.
Sloop rigged with roller furling Mainsail and Genoa
There are 6 self-tailing winches accessible from the cockpit, the primary genoa winches are Lewmar #50s, with Lewmar #30s for the inner forestaysail or spinnaker. Halyard winches are Lewmar #44 for the main and #30 for spinnaker and genoa. She comes with a Lewmar locking winch handle. Furling gear for the genoa is a Hood Seafurl. Cars on the genoa tracks for the genoa. All of lines are led to the cockpit except for the topping lift and outhaul.
The mainsail traveler is mounted out of the way on the cockpit arch. An Edson outboard motor mount is fixed to the stern rail for convenient storage of the dinghy motor. There is a dodger, bimini, and removable screens and glassine panels which completely enclose the cockpit. The bimini, dodger, and bridge panel were new in October 2013.
There are two heads, each equipped with Jabsco/Par electric toilets. Each head has a sink with hot/cold water. The forward head has a shower. The aft head has a bath tub with shower. Each head has a large, mirrored, medicine cabinet and under-sink/counter storage.
12 volt and 110 volt Systems
Inflatable and Nissan OB (specs coming soon)
The Passage 42 has 4 opening hatches, 16 opening ports, and a large companion-way. The Passage 42 is a nice sailing vessel. With her lead-alloy bulb-wing keel she is reasonably stiff, but still has a draft of only 4’11”. The deck layout and rigging make it easy for a couple to manage all sails, only needing to leave the cockpit to use the spinnaker.
7350 Edgewood Road
Annapolis, MD 21403