1984, Passport 42

Passport 421984

99000.00Green Cove Springs, FL

  • Year: 1984
  • Length: 42'
  • Price: 99000.00
  • Located in Green Cove Springs, FL
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
  • YW# 4088869

Designed by Stan Huntingford and built by Passport Yachts, Mesmariah is a beautifully designed and built cruising vessel equally suited for extended coastal or long distance blue water cruising. Her interior is beautifully finished with a generous use of exquisitely finished solid teak. Her living spaces feel much larger than her 42 feet while maintaining good storage spaces above and below decks for extended cruising supplies and gear. Two private staterooms with an additional quarterberth and convertible dinette will sleep seven.
This Passport 42 was painstakingly refit from the top of the mast to the bottom of the keel.  The mast was pulled, prepped and painted and the bottom was stripped, barrier coated and painted.  The teak decks were renewed with Teak Deck Systems caulk, new screws and bungs.  The hull and cabin top were Awlgripped.  The bilge was epoxy painted.  Deck boxes rebuilt.  Winches serviced.  Windlass rebuilt.  Thru hulls replaced.  New sinks installed.  She is ready to go extended cruising.


Designer: Stan Huntington
Keel: Other


length Overall: 42.00 ft
Length Waterline: 34.83 ft
Max Draft: 6.00 ft
Displacement Measure: 25500.00 lb
Beam Measure: 12.83 ft


Engine Brand:Perkins
Year Built: 1984
Engine Model:4-108
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: diesel
Engine Hours: 1292
Engine Power:45|horsepower


Fresh Water Tanks:1(150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 1(130 Gallons)


Number of double berths:
Number of cabins:
Number of heads:

On deck
The Passport 42 is a blue water vessel designed to safely take her crew across oceans.  Starting at the bow she has a double stainless steel bow roller and robust bow pulpit around the bow.  Moving aft the headsail and staysail are on Harken roller furling drums and foils.  The decks are teak covered for nonskid.  There are 4 opening hatches on the cabin top and 10 opening port in the cabin top sides providing great ventilation and light below.
At the mast there are stainless steel "granny" bars with teak lockable storage boxes.  On the "granny" bars are belaying racks for storing coiled line.  There are two stainless steel dorades on boxes.  Further aft there is the mainsail traveler system.  There is a coaming for mounting the dodger to protect the companionway entry.
There are two cabin top winches mounted for halyard and mainsheet controls in the cockpit.  The cockpit is a deep secure blue water cockpit with expansive lockers on port, starboard and aft end.  The cockpit is well protected with dodger and bimini, tall lifelines and solid boomkin around the stern.  There is a stainless steel and teak tread fold down ladder on the canoe stern for ease of boarding.
The stern has a custom made arch with solar array and davit lift points and engine pick point.  The radar and wind generator are mounted on a stand alone pole on the starboard quarter.
The cabin top and top sides have been painted with Awlgrip Paint and shine like a mirror.

Balmar 812-65 85 AMP Alternator Lasdrip dripless shaft seal Dahl Baldwin fuel filter LED lights through out including engine room Seaward 5-1100 water heater 11 gallon Blue Sky Solar Boost 3024i solar controller 12 volt fans through out Xantrex battery charger control Spare pumps, alternator, belts Rule 3700 bilge pump Marchpump LC-3CP-MD Air Conditioning pump X 2 Dometic Marine Air Systems 8000 BTU Air Conditioning X 2 Airmar depth and speed transducers West Marine shower sump Tile vanity in heads and galley Lewmar windlass Jay Stuart Haft windlass cockpit controls Stainless steel CQR anchor Galvanized CQR anchor Stainless steel dual bow anchor roller Raymarine C120 chartplotter Raymarine RAY218 VHF Radio Newmar 12 volt and 120 volt electric panel with AC and DC Ampere and volts meters Cole Hersee battery selector switch 4 glass deck prisms Raymarine NMMA 0183 Multiplexer Bose speakers Deck hatches with teak framed screens Salt and fresh water foot pumps Gas Systems Inc 3 burner stove and oven @aluminum propane gas tanks Adler Barber fridge and freezer with top and front loading Full manuals and paperwork for all systems Raymarine 7" second chartplotter 3 self inflating safety vests Spare filters, belts, impellers Raymarine ST40 Bidata  Raymarine wind direction Scanstrut instrument pod Raymarine Radar Raymarine hydraulic RAM autopilot Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot control head 12 volt windvane on through mounted powder coated pole Stainless steel and teak stern boarding ladder Renogy 100 W solar panels X 3 RNG-100D-SS Cockpit washdown connection LED lights in all interior and exterior lockers LED Cockpit courtesy lights Harken headsail roller furling Harken staysail roller furling 4 opening deck hatches and 10 opening ports Clarion CMV1 stereo and dvd player
Sail inventory - Storm jib, staysail, genoa, mainsail
2012 new windless installed, teak deck renewed with Teak Deck Systems caulk, new screws and bungs, pulled mast and painted, al fittings removed, cleaned and inspected, new mast steps, new holding tank and thru hulls, replaced all plumbing, all electrical wiring, LED cabin lights, LED running and anchor lights. New glass on hatches. All thru hulls have either been replaced with new or have been renewed with groco parts.
2019 holding tank and hoses removed and cleaned, new life lines, new gaskets in port lights
2022 hull painted and rub rails replaced.

Below deck
Entering the companionway that is slightly offset to the starboard side you descend the teak steps to the warm and inviting interior.  The golden teak is perfectly finished through out below and is complimented by the tile counter tops, emerald upholstery and bronze ports.
At the bottom of the steps you have a single berth on the starboard and a twin berth to port.  There is lots of storage in both berths with a work bench top in the starboard berth.  As you move forward you have the galley to port and the navigation station to the starboard.  The galley has a 3 burner stove with oven.  There are two deep stainless steel sinks with salt and fresh foot pumps.
The nav-station is the heart of the systems of the boat with the 12 and 110 volt panels located here.  The inside chartplotter is located here along with VHF, stereo, battery switches, windlass breakers and all of the back bone for the data devices like wind and depth.
Moving forward is the main salon with a large dining table with a folding leaf for entertaining all of the boats in the anchorage.  There storage cabinets behind with under seat storage.  On the starboard side you have a lineal seat with the same storage behind and under.
Forward of the salon you have the large head to the port side with separate shower.  The vberth is all the way forward with a filler piece for a large comfortable berth.  There is rich teak cabinetry on both sides overhead in the vberth.  There is access to the chain locker a the head of the vberth.

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.