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One of Robert H. "Bob" Perry's most enduring and popular designs, his Passport 40 has been on the short list for long range passage makers and coastal cruises since her introduction in 1980. With moderate displacement, deeper forefoot transitioning into a cruising fin keel, and skeg hung rudder, sailing the Passport is a comfortable, well balanced, sea kindly experience. The interior layout is a smooth flowing and sensible three cabin configuration with a large U-shaped galley, fore and aft cabins with ample hanging locker and storage space, along with comfortably sized berths. Her main salon is spacious with a port-oriented L-shaped settee framing a large salon table with forward extending leaves.
"Artemus" has undergone an extensive refit over the past three years. Upgrades include new standing and running rigging, refinished mast and boom, new prop shaft, refinished top decks, new electronics, refit propane system and new Force 10 range/oven.
Moored in Seattle on our docks and shown by appointment.