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1987 PASSPORT 51
This classic Stan Huntingford double ender design will take you anywhere in the world with comfort and safety, turning heads everywhere she goes. She has one circumnavigation under her keel and is ready and willing to go for another. Hull number eight of only eight built, she represents a rare opportunity to purchase a cruising dream that is ready to go.
Her dual cockpit design offers the master stateroom a veranda of it's own with a panoramic view of any anchorage she's in. She is easily cruised by a couple and offers great space for guests and entertaining. Her enclosed center cockpit will keep you high and dry during inclement weather and creates a very spacious interior. Her abundant teak joinery is second to none.
BAREFOOT II is in route to Rhode Island and will be minutes from the Providence airport. Ground transport provided for interested buyers.
Please take a look at her full specifications and call or email with any questions you may have or to arrange a showing. There are more photos available upon request.
Passport Wagner Stevens
Passport interiors of this vintage were spectacular solid teak staving throughout with a teak and holly cabin sole. The boat is well ventilated with multiple opening hatches, ports and dorade vents. The interior is well lighted with LED lights throughout and additional strip accent lighting.
The guest cabin is located in the forepeak with a large double V-Berth, single overhead hatch, cabin fan and access to the rode locker. There are two hanging lockers, drawers and cubbies as well as bulk storage beneath the V berth itself.
Just aft of the guest cabin to port is a head with electric flush toilet, vanity and sink. This head can be accessed from the guest cabin or from the main salon. To starboard in it's own enclosure, is the separate shower stall which is currently used for storage.
To starboard in the main salon is the U shaped settee and dining table. To port is a beautiful teak sideboard with abundant, convenient food storage eliminating the need to dig through compartments looking for stored food.
The main cockpit is accessed via a companionway ladder in the main salon. There are brass handrails to make this easy and comfortable in a seaway.
To starboard and somewhat aft of the main companionway is a huge galley offering a comfortable safe place to cook while underway or in port. Corian counter tops make clean up a breeze. The fridge and freeze are separate compartments. The four burner stove will delight any chef and the double sinks create a well thought out work environment. Storage is plentiful throughout the galley will lots of room for pots, pans and supplies.
Port side opposite the galley is the outboard facing nav station with a convenient swing out seat. The boats electronics are primarily here as is the electrical panel, both AC and DC.
Aft of the nav station on the port side is the walkthrough to the Masters Cabin. The walkthrough has full head room and on the outboard side contains a work bench and tool area as well as the gen set. Inboard and centerline is a single pilot berth 6' 6" long. The pilot berth and inboard galley counter top are easily removed for full 360 degree engine access.
The aft "Master" cabin is a spectacular space. It is well removed from the main salon and guest cabin for privacy. To starboard is a large double berth with a custom mattress while to port there are 4 hanging lockers and an additional cupboard. The cabin is served by two opening hatches and it's own companionway to a private aft cockpit complete with it's own shower. It also encompasses an en suite head with electric flushing toilet, vanity, sink, separate shower stall and full length mirror.
BAREFOOT II carries a deck conceived for comfortable long distance cruising and living aboard. The coach roof is molded in non-skid while the deck is teak. The teak deck was replaced while abroad in 1999 with 3/4" thick teak. It has been well maintained and is in very good condition. Replacement is not required.
The bow is equipped with a rugger anchor roller, a Maxwell windlass with reversing gear an a deck/chain wash down. There is a deck hatch over the V berth. All hatches have canvas covers.
There are safety bars at the mast with teak storage boxes.
The comfortable center cockpit with high back seats, cushions, dodger and bimini enclosure creates a great social space as well as a high and dry duty station while underway.
Aft of the center cockpit are the boom gallows, teak dive tank rack and life raft storage.
Further aft is the owners cockpit with its lazerette storage compartments and shower. This is a very cozy intimate space for the owners, isolated from the center cockpit area and a great place to wash down after a swim.
At the stern there is a custom arch with davits, wind generator, solar panels and outboard motor hoist. The dinghy will store on deck during passages to enable the use of the Sayes Rig wind steering system.
BAREFOOT II is a sloop cutter rig equipped with a removable inner forestay, a keel stepped double spreader rig. She has Barient 32CST and 23CST winches with an hydraulic boom vang and backstay adjuster.
There is also a mast mounted/stored spinnaker pole for down wind sailing. Her double ended design sends her down in with speed, comfort and minimal roll.
She is also equipped with a Sayes Wind Steering system that can be deployed when the dinghy is on deck.
Fully battened main with external track and cars, North Sails 2010
110% Genoa, 2003 on Reckman furler
Staysail, Smith 2003
Storm tri sail with separate mast track
Standing rigging replaced 2002
The main engine was replaced in 2011 with a new Yanmar 4JH4THE, 110 HP. Estimated hours are reported to be 900 or less since time of installation.
Fuel is stored in two 85 gallon tanks with a 30 gallon auxiliary tank. The fuel is managed with a manifold and is filtered with a dual, switchable racor filter assembly with vacuum gauge. There is also a second racor containing a 2 micron filter between the dual assembly and main engine for easy access.
Propulsion is provided via direct shaft with an Aqua Drive thrust bearing assembly and a dripless shaft seal. The prop is an Autoprop folding three blade with a three blade fixed prop available. The cutlass bearing and dripless seal was replaced in 2016.
The main engine is equipped with and electric crankcase oil change pump for ease of maintenance and a fuel priming pump for use during filter changes if required.
BOWTHRUSTER was installed 2016. At the same time, three coats of Interlux CSC Micron bottom paint were applied.
Raymarine ST60 Wind
Raymarine ST60 Tri Data
Raypilot 650 hydraulic auto pilot
Garmin 1040 10" chart plotter
RAM mic for VHF
Standard Horizon VHF GX1600 with ram mic
Icom M710 SSB (2003)
SCS PTC-IIex Pactor Modem (2009)
Raymarine ST 60 Tridata
Furuno GPS31 (interfaced to USB cable for computer navigation (2003)
Furuno 1832 radar (2003)
AIS Black Box interfaced to USB cable (2010)
Linksys Router coupled with Bullet WIFI antenna for on board wireless network
Dual CD Player/Radio with auxillary in for iPod (internal and external Bose speakers)
AIS transceiver (2016)
6 golf cart batteries totaling 660 amps @ 12 volts (2016)
1 12 volt starting battery
Victron energy monitor (2016)
Freedom 100 amp charger/inverter (2014)
Xantrex True Charger 20A 22v/110v battery charger (2012)
Blue Seas battery combiner on charging system (2012)
Sterling Pro Pulse Battery Desulphation system (2012)
220v Step Down transformer for international travel (2003)
31" Samsung flat screen TV on articulated mount in main salon
All interior lighting has been upgraded to LED
Spreader lights and running lights have been upgraded to LED
Northern Lights Lugger Genset w/2774 hours
The freshwater system was completely re-plumbed with Shark Bite fittings and new piping in 2011. The Specra 380C 12gal/hr water maker was installed in 1999. The Clark Pump was factory rebuilt in 2010 and membrane was replaced in 2011.
The two heads are Jabsco electric.
The boat is equipped with AC supplied hot water. All showers and sinks are served by pressurized hot and cold freshwater. The starboard shower enclosure is used as storage.
Sea Frost refrigeration systems, 12 volt system with stainless cold plates (2011)
Dual compressors for individual control
Regal II four burner stove
Xintex gas solenoid
Microwave oven (2014)
Zodiac four person life raft (2007)
ACR Global Fix EPIRB with integral GPS (2011)
Jordan Series Drogue
Dan Buoy and Life belt
Emergency tiller with easy access
110v crash pump
Twin 12v bilge pumps on separate circuits
Whale manual bilge pump
Center cockpit bimini (2007)
Center cockpit dodger (2010)
Clear sides for the center cockpit enclosure (2012)
Clear aft curtain for the center cockpit enclosure (2015)
Aft cockpit sun shade and rain catcher (2012)
Cockpit cushions (2012)
Stack Pack (2012)
Canvas covers for bright work
Bose cockpit speakers
Large spares inventory