TE ARAWA is Hull #5 of the Much Sought After Passport 41 Series - Some Highlights Include:
Two Air Conditioning Units: 12,000 BTU & 16,000 BTU w/2 Thermostats
NEW Engine Driven Refrigeration (Sept. 2016)
Engine Re-Built to "Zero" Hours - Like Having New Engine (July 2016)
NEW Gel Coat & Non-Skid To Be Completed Mid Oct. 2016
1 inch Solid Burmese Teak Stave Interior
Updated Electronics: Integrated Furuno Radar and D12 chart plotter, New wheel pedestal, AIS, Sirius Satellite Radio & Weather, External Mike in Cockpit, New ICOM VHF radio, New Stereo, New Cockpit Speakers
(4) 4-D series AGM Batteries Plus (2013)
(1) Starting Battery ( 2015)
New North Sails 139% Genoa (2008)
Never Used Spinnaker in North Sails Sock (2012)
New Head and Up-Graded Plumbing
Stix-N-Rigging Inspection in September 2014 : New Lazy Jacks, Main & Jib Halyards, Furling Line, Main & Jib Sheets, Starboard Shroud, Backstay & Frontstay, Fittings
New VHF Antenna & Tricolor ( 2015)
Several Maintenance Updates
The Passport 41 combines the warmth and comfort of a traditional yacht with the performance cruising standards of a Perry design. TE ARAWA is a beautiful classic with good speed, comfortable motion in a seaway, nice interior, fiberglass decks and a sugar scoop stern with a swim ladder.
This boat was originally located at the Royal Yacht Club of Toronto and spent the first 15 years mostly “on the hard” in the winter. This is the main reason why the current owner purchased her.
This Passport 41 is a boat with a nice selection of electronics and many updates. Overall, TE ARAWA is a nicely equipped, performance cruising yacht.
See the full specifications for more details and call today. She is at our docks and ready for your inspection.
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Josh Johnson CPYB
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800 Mariners Dr. Kemah TX
P.O. Box 259 Kemah, TX 77565
The Passport 41 is one of Robert Perry's outstanding designs. The layout is very functional and the interior has a luxurious feeling as a result of the one inch solid, Burmese teak with staving throughout the boat as well as the very nice, all “golden”, hand-rubbed teak. Passport Yachts and other top builders today all use veneers due to the shortage and price of Burmese teak, so you will not find this classic carpentry in yachts built today. Classic, decorative touches such as a brass hanging lamp and brass bell to announce cocktails and dinner, contribute to the overall traditional feel of the main cabin.
Starting forward is the spacious owners’ cabin with lots of storage space and access to the portside head with separate shower stall. The double V-berth has a custom made innerspring mattress.
Next aft is the very pleasant main salon with a U-shaped settee and large table to port and shelves and lockers outboard. The table seats four or six people in comfort. In addition, the table can be removed and replaced by board and upholstery and converts into a very spacious double/queen size bed. Opposite to starboard is a single settee with an end table and hanging locker forward and 2 lockers and shelf outboard. Lee cloths on the settee make it a safe and secure sea berth.
Aft of the starboard settee is a navigation station/ship’s office with a full-size chart table and an upholstered seat that is comfortable on any tack. The navigation station is well equipped for cruising with communication and navigation equipment including computer, Icom VHF, Sirius radio and weather, electrical panels, stereo and CD players (one build into stereo, another 6-disc changer) and custom iPOD connections (in the starboard stateroom).
Aft of the nav station is a guest cabin with a double berth. This stateroom is large enough to walk in with a large hanging locker and drawers, sink, separate A/C and a secret, hidden steel vault.
The spacious, U-shaped galley is to port as you come down the companionway ladder.
The galley on the Passport 41 is a cook’s delight. It's large, U-shaped and loaded with storage. The refrigerator/freezer with top and front loading is both engine driven compressor and 110 volt when at the dock.
Designed as a 12v boat with Balmar alternator, ample battery banks with proper battery monitoring and thoughtful electrical requirements. Factory bonding system.
12 Volt System
110 v Shore Power System
The Listing Brokerage 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 regardless of information provided. 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. PLEASE NOTE: All electronics are listed for verification purposes but not warranted in the selling price of the boat.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, any warranties expressed or implied and/or any engine service as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
All the yacht brokerage agents at the listing company are Independent Contractors.
800 Mariners Drive Pier 6/7
Waterford Harbor Marina
Kemah, TX 77565