1985 Passport 51 Sailboat

$177,000.00

Owner financing available, 10% down, 10 years amortization and 10% interest. Must submit credit application to seller’s bank.

If you are looking for a serious Blue Water Offshore Cruiser Take a serious look at CASAMAR she is a fully equipped 1985 Passport 51 that has been completely gone through with many upgrades in the last couple of years.

CASAMAR is currently located in Mazatlan, MX and is a true turn key offshore cruiser. The Owners currently live aboard the yacht and are looking at moving in a new direction in life making this a very attractive buy for someone who is looking to jump on and enjoy and reap the benefits of years of hard work and thousands of dollars invested to get her where she is today.

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Description

Boat Name
CASAMARSpecs
Builder: Miracle Marine Co. Ltd., Tai Ching Taiwan
Designer: Stanley Huntingford.
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Displacement

Dimensions
LOA: 51 ft 1 in
Beam: 14 ft 5 in
LWL: 43 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 2 in
Displacement: 38000 lbs
Ballast: 13000 lbs

Engines
Total Power: 85 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Northern Lights
Engine Model: NL643 5kw
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1985
Engine Model: 4-236
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Engine Hours: 1701
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 85 HP

Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (100 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (100 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (15 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2

Latest Equipment upgrades in 2016 / 2017
8-3-17Bowthrusters Lewmar 185TT 6.0kw 12v

Solar panels 2- Kyocera KC130TM 130 watt each

Generator Northern Lights NL 643 diesel  5kw

Hydraulic Steering Cilpano 1275VS

Electroguard 208-1 Corrosion controller

Compass Globemaster self correcting

Marine Warning System ASM12-S (bilge, exhaust, fire, low oil, eng. Temp, cooling water flow)

Energy Monitor – Ample Power EL512

 

 

8-30-16

SSB  ICOM MF/HF Marine Transceiver Side Band radio model IC-M710

Sirrius satellite radio/entertainment center

Dinghy 11’ Achilles HB340 Rigid Inflatable Boat 

26” smart t.v. with 1,200 movies

4 sails including main, fore, stay & spinnaker

2- 100 gal fiber glass water tanks molded into the hull

2-100 gal stainless diesel tanks

2-15 gal holding tanks

Spectra water maker operates on house batteries 10 gph

VHF radio, Standard Horizon Matrix GX2150

ditch bag

Survival raft self deploying with supplies

Stern anchor with 200’ rode

Solar panels w/ Blue Sky Solar Boost 3024iL

2 scuba tanks and equipment

Kyak

Spare deck mountable air conditioner

Sailor 250 Fleet Boadband and WebXaccelerator

Handheld VHF85 WestMarine

Blue Sea VSM 422 four meters in one

Auto Pilot Raytheon ST7000 (2008 model)

Sayles wind assist steering

Wifi enhancement Rogue Wave

Ubiquiti  land to marine network system for internet

Xantrex 30 Inverter/Charger

Dripless Shaft seal

Shaft Shark cutter on prop shaft

Fusion Marine Stereo System

Accommodations
AccommodationsPassport 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 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.

What makes a Passport a Passport
Wherever your dreams may lead, your Passport will take you there in safety, speed, comfort and head turning style.Modern materials and time-proven products from around the world are used to construct all Passports.

Although modern in their specification, Passport Yachts are still built by talented craftsmen skilled in the art of fine yacht building.

From the safety features of the custom-fabricated stainless steel deck fittings to individually customized interiors, every detail large and small is taken into consideration.

Our interiors are not modular in construction but hand build, piece-by-piece, to create an interior that flows flawlessly from stem to stern.

Although each Passport is custom designed around the lifestyle specific needs of each owner, the impressive list of standard equipment eliminates unforeseen expenditures prior to commissioning.

Designed by Stan Huntingford, the Passport 51 offers comfortable living accommodation and room for 6 to sleep comfortably in 3 staterooms.  Fine Taiwanese teak finishing is found throughout the entire interior, and other premium finishings

The fin keel and skeg hung rudder allows the vessel to perform well both offshore and during coastal cruising. Fine craftsmanship is immediately evident upon entering the teak finished cabin.  

Arrangements Topside:
Beginning at the bow is a double stainless steel anchor roller followed by the vertical windlass over a below-deckanchor locker. Aft of the windlass is a heavy-duty deck fitting for the staysail followed by a large opening hatch over

the forward stateroom. A welded stainless steel bow pulpit extends aft of the windlass, mounted on the raised teak

cap rail. The pulpit provides anchoring points for the double lifelines that continue to the stern pulpit with boarding

gates on both sides. Continuing aft, the cabin’s front edge slopes sharply to the cabin top, which contains hatches

over the forward head, shower, and salon. There are teak handholds along both sides of the cabin top, which has

non-skid texture. A solar vent fan is located over the shower compartment. Two Dorades provide ventilation for the

main cabin. A dodger and bimini cover the large center cockpit, which has a binnacle, drop-leaf table,

instrumentation, and helm. The companionway is offset to port. The cockpit sole is teak planking over cored FRP.

Continuing aft is the raised cabin top over the aft stateroom. Several opening hatches provide ventilation for the

stateroom, shower stall, and head. The life raft and a storage box are fixed to the cabin top. There is a small aft

cockpit with companionway access to the aft stateroom, custom pole mount for electronics, and aft lazarette. The

welded steel stern pulpit incorporates a swim ladder at the stern and serves as mounting points for the outboard

mount and other gear. A large stainless steel arch and davit combination also serves as the mounting platform for the

solar panels.

Arrangements Below:
Beginning at the bow is a below-deck anchor locker accessed from the forward stateroom. The stateroom contains adouble berth with V-shaped insert, drawers, lockers and hanging lockers. The forward head is accessible both from

the forward stateroom and the salon. The forward shower compartment is accessible only from the forward

stateroom. Continuing aft to port is a settee and built-in liquor cabinet. To starboard is a U-shape dinette Aft of the

dinette is a deep U-shape galley with double sink, stove/oven, microwave, top-loading refrigerator and top-loading

 

freezer. Access to the generator and starboard side of the main engine is beneath a removable countertop directly

below the cockpit. To port is the navigation station with electrical panel, instrumentation, radios, and computer

monitor. At either side of the companionway are additional instrumentation and control systems. Continuing aft on

port is a passageway, which converts to a stateroom with two single berths. The main engine is located beneath the

inboard berth, accessible by removing the mattress and panels. The passageway stateroom is open to the galley,

with no bulkhead or separation. Continuing aft on port is the aft stateroom, which contains a long entry hall with

drawers and hanging lockers. The double berth is to starboard and extends aft into the lazarette area along side of

the aft cockpit. An ensuite head and shower compartment are accessible from the aft stateroom. A companionway

leads to the aft cockpit.

Communications and Navigation:
VHFs: Reported stolen. Antenna: Whip mounted on custom post in aft cockpit. GPS: GPS head, mounted oncustom post, is not communicating with chart plotter. Chart plotter: Raymarine C80 with chart chip.

Radar: Raymarine 4kw. Range: 48nm. Single Side Band/Ham: ICOM M-710 at navigation station. Tuner:

ICOM AT=130 (reported.) Antenna: Insulated backstay. Licenses: WBC4527 (expired 2006, see Recommendations.)

Auto Pilot: Raymarine ST7000+. System powers up but will not engage (see Recommendations.) Compass-

Mechanical: 5’ Ritchie at binnacle. Depth Sounder, Knot Meter and Log, rudder angle indicator and Wind

Instruments: Raymarine ST60. JRC Plot 500F (non-operational.) Weather Fax: None. Barometer: Yes.

Stereo: Reported stolen. DVD: DVD deck and monitor at navigation station. Clock: Yes. Satellite

communication/navigation: Thrane & Thrane “Sailor” satellite dome on custom pole mounted in aft cockpit—no

control box sighted. Ships Bell: Yes. Instrument Circuit Protection: Appropriate circuit breakers and

fuses appear to protect all electronics.

**See the latest updates **

Deck Hardware and Ground Tackle:
Windless: Maxwell 2200 vertical electric with capstan. Windless Controls: Power foot switches (up/down) andhandheld wired remote from helm. Primary Anchor: 75# CQR on anchor roller. Clevis pins not wired (see

Recommendations.) Primary Anchor Rode: 250’ (reported) of 3/8” galvanized chain with light rust on one end.

Secondary Anchor: None sighted. Secondary Anchor Rode: None sighted. Stern Anchor: None sighted.

Stern Anchor Rode: None sighted. Deck Wash Down System: Yes. Cleats: Heavy-duty stainless steel

with open chocks at bow, amidships, and stern. Sampson Posts: No. Ground Tackle is Adequate for

Intended Use. Dinghy: Reported stolen. Outboard Engine: Reported stolen. Outboard storage mount on

port stern rail. Dinghy Storage: Davit on stern arch. Lines and tackle for hoisting dinghy reported stolen.

Other: Dinghy oars reported stolen. Dock Lines: Four dock lines sighted. Boat Hooks: None sighted.

Fenders: Three. One large fender reported stolen. Two-fender stainless steel holder at port deck. Other: Four

fishing rod holders. Fresh water shower in aft cockpit. Fold-down cockpit table forward of binnacle.

Other Equipment and Systems:
Pressure Fresh Water System: Yes, with large accumulator tank. Water Heater: Force 10 120-volt and engineheat exchanger. Stove/Oven: Marine Stainless Products (NZ) 3-burner with oven. Food Cold Storage:

Top-loading refrigerator and freezer compartments with Frigoboat compressor/condenser units. Water Maker:

Spectra Newport 400. Microwave: Seaward. Fans: One 12-volt fan in forward

stateroom. Several bare wires where fans were stolen. Air Conditioner/Cabin Heater: Cruiseair air conditioner (16,000 Btu, estimated.) Webasto HL60 diesel heater (not tested.) Other: Double stainless steel galley sink.

Ships Steering
Steering Gear: Edson binnacle-mounted hydraulic with wood/stainless steel destroyer wheel. SteeringQuadrant: Keyed arm (see Advisory Comments.) Autopilot Ram: Raymarine hydraulic pump and ram.
Safety Equipment and Systems:
Fire Extinguishers: One 10# Type B-II dry chemical with gauge (discharged) in amidships stateroom and one 3#Type B-I in loose in galley. (See Recommendations.) USCG Approved PFDs: Two Type I PFDs with boat

name. Nine Type II and one Type V inflatable (see Recommendations.) EPIRB: Reported Stolen. Safety

tethers: None sighted. Lifesling: Collar only, no container or painter. An additional Lifesling was reported

stolen. Life ring: Horseshoe without painter (see Recommendations.) Horn: Reported stolen. Jack

Lines: None sighted. Ditch Bag: Reported stolen. Bilge Pumps: Two automatic pumps plus a manually

operated pump with operator in galley. Flares: Reported stolen. Stanchions: 1” stainless steel. Life

Lines: Twin coated stainless steel. Bow Pulpit: 1” welded stainless steel. Stern Pulpit: 1” welded

stainless steel with gate and boarding ladder at transom. First Aid Kit: Reported stolen. Navigation

Lights: International. Stern light inoperable (see Recommendations.) Life Raft: Avon 6-man in hard canister

on cradle on cabin top aft of cockpit. S/N J02B698. Last serviced prior to 2009 (see Advisory Comments.)

Radar Reflector: Mounted on mast above radome. Portable lights: Yes. Whistle: Reported stolen.

Signal Mirror: Reported stolen. Carbon Monoxide Detector: None sighted. Smoke Detector: None sighted.

Tanks
Fuel: 2 – 100 gallon tanks S/SWater: 2 – 100 gallon tanks Fiberglass

Holding Tanks: Two FRP tanks with estimated capacity of 15 gallons each. Holding Tank

Discharge: Deck pump out and macerator. Approved Y-valves. Monitoring Systems: Tank tender.

Propane Tanks: Two 20# painted steel in vented locker inside of aft lazarette (see Advisory Comments.) Tank

Valves: Electric solenoid operated from galley (see Recommendations.) Pressure Gauge: Yes.

Ships Electrical Systems:
Shore Power: 125-volt 50A inlet with adaptor and 30A 50’ shore power cord. Selector Switch: None.Protection: 50A main breaker at panel. Polarity Protection: Indicator light at main panel. Starting

Battery: One 8D Lifeline AGM. House Batteries: Four 8D Lifeline AGM. Battery Isolator: Yes.

Battery monitor: Ample Power Energy Monitor II and Xantrex inverter/charger remote panel.

Inverters/Chargers: Xantrex Freedom 30 with remote monitor. Other Electrical:

Two Kyocera 210-watt solar panels mounted on stern arch with solar controller. Ships Exterior Lighting: Deck, aft cockpit, and spreader lights.

Ships Interior lighting: 12-volt incandescent and fluorescent.

A.C. Outlets: Non-GFCI

Machinery and Fittings:
Main Engine: Perkins 4-236. Size: 85 HP. Age: 1985 (reported.) S/N: LD15017U894515KN (reported, data platepainted over.) Hours: 1664.5 on Hobbs meter  Engine Beds: Encapsulated.

Engine Cooling: Fresh water through raw water heat exchanger. Exhaust: Wet exhaust through lift muffler.

Fuel Filters: One Racor 500FG and two S3209S water separating filters. Oil Filter: OEM. Engine

Alternator: 180A (reported) with Next Step smart regulator. Engine Alarms: Yes, plus gauges. Engine

Controls: Single lever Teleflex-type. Sea Trial Observation: None. Transmission: Borg Warner 2.1:1

(reduction ratio reported, data plate painted over) marine reduction gear. Age: 1985 (reported.) S/N: Not sighted.

Propeller Shaft: 1 ó” stainless steel with dripless shaft packing (see Recommendations.) Cutlass Bearing:

Not sighed or inspected. Propeller: 3-blade bronze Max-Prop (reported, not sighted.)

Thru-Hulls: Bronze, inspected from interior only, which appear to be bonded. Anodes: Not sighted. Electro-Guard monitoring system installed, but may not be functional.

Ventilation: Blower.

Generator: Northern Lights 5kW (capacity reported.) S/N: 6L7457 (reported, data plate painted over.) Hours: 1652.3.

Bow Thruster: Lewmar 185TT.

Oil Change Pump: Yes. Oil Discharge Placard: Yes.

Ships Rigging:
Mast and Boom: Painted aluminum with Forespar Leisure-Furl (see Advisory Comments.) StandingRigging: 1×19 stainless steel wire with swaged fittings and open turnbuckles, which appears to be in good condition

from deck level. See separate rigging survey of stolen items (Exhibit F.) Boom Attachment Points: Good

condition. Spreaders: Double aluminum. Furling Gear: Harken. Sails: Roller furled (in boom)

mainsail and Genoa. Other sails reported, but not sighted. Sheets and Halyards: Good condition, where

visible. Winches: All are Lewmar, except as noted. One 46ST 2-speed for mainsheet, two 66ST 2-speed

primaries at aft cockpit coaming, two 43ST 2-speed at cockpit coaming, two 40ST 2-speed at mast, and one 43ST 2-

speed at mast. One Harken 48ST electric under dodger on cabin top. Other sail and rigging details: Navtec

hydraulic backstay adjuster and Navtec hydraulic boomvang (boomvang damaged during attempted theft, see

Recommendations.) 4” spinnaker pole mounted on mast track. Running backstays (see Advisory Comments.)

Canvas Covers: Tan Sunbrella dodger, bimini, cockpit instruments, binnacle/wheel, companionway covers, life raft,

and handholds. Green Sunbrella winch covers.

Disclaimer
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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