Boat Details

39 Fast Passage Cutter

$99,500.00

Description

Yacht World Number: 3039773
Located in San Carlos Sonora Mexico, Mexico
Year: 1982
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Designed by William Garden and built by Tollycraft Boatyard in Washington State. The Fast Passage 39 is a practical and proven blue water boat. The cutter rig, rounded cabin top, handsome flared bow and canoe stern give the boat a strong go anywhere look. This Fast Passage 39 is equipped with some nice cruising gear and has been well cared for. This vessel is located in beautiful San Carlos Sonora, Mexico, A short 250 mile drive on a safe 4 lane highway from Nogales, Az. San Carlos is a known boating destination/community, featuring breathtaking scenery, quiet anchorages nearby, great fishing, diving, two marinas, 3 haul out facilities and much more.

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.

San Carlos Yacht Sales
Division of Mazatlan Marine Center
Don Brame
Marina San Carlos Loc-3
San Carlos, Sonora, Mexico 85506

Toll-free (voice/fax) 1-855-846-7245

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Tel 011 52 (622) 226-0037

Specs

Dimensions

  • LOA: 39 ft
  • Lwl:  33 ft 6 inches
  • Draft:  5 ft 6 inches
  • Beam:  11 ft 10 inches
  • Height (bridge clearance):  (Mast) 56 ft
  • Displacement:  21,000 lbs
  • Ballast:  8,000 lbs Lead
  • Headroom:  6 ft 6 inches
  • Keel type:  Cutaway fore foot, skeg rudder

Engine and propulsion

  • Engine make:  Perkins 
  • Engine model:  4-108
  • Engine year: 1982
  • Engine hours:  6250 hrs
  • Horse power:  37 hp 
  • Cruising rpm:  1800-2000
  • Cruising speed:  6 knots
  • Range:  3/4 gallon/hour
  • Propeller type:  Max 18” 3 blade feathering (2 blade spare) 
  • Dinghy outboard:  Yamaha 5 horse Enduro

Tank Capacity

  • Fuel capacity:  53 gallons
  • Fuel tank material:  Aluminum (1 tank)
  • Water capacity:  100 gallons
  • Water tank material:  Stainless steel (3 tanks)
  • Total No. Water tanks: 3
  • Holding capacity:  5-10 gallons
  • Holding tank material:  Plastic

Accommodations

  • Stateroom sleeps:  2
  • V-berth sleeps:  2 
  • Single berths: 2
  • Heads: 1

Galley

  • Refrigeration:  Isotherm 12 V
  • Water heater: Propane on demand Wolter 
  • Stove:  Force 10 3 burner, solenoid fro propane 
  • Water system: pressure and manual
  • Cooking fuel: Propane
  • Sink:  Double stainless

Electronic and Navigation Equipment

  • Isolated backstay:  Yes
  • Radar:  Garmin HD-20 mile
  • VHF:  Standard Horizon Intrepid base
  • VHF #2:  Icom handheld 
  • GPS:  Garmin Map 740
  • GPS #2:  Older Magellan
  • Depth sounder:  B & G
  • Wind speed / direction:  B & G Hornet 4
  • Autopilot:  Alpha 3000 (Raymarine wheel back up)
  • Autopilot remote:  Yes
  • Plotter:  Garmin GPS Map 740
  • Compass:  Ritchie 5”
  • Radar detector: Yes
  • Equipment manuals:  Yes

Electrical Systems

  • House bank 1:  Flooded 6 Volts  (6) 
  • House bank 2:  Heavy 12 Volts (1)
  • Battery monitor:  Link 10
  • Battery switch:  Rotary Switch
  • Smart Charger and Inverter: Magnum MM Series 
  • Alternator: Pro-line high output
  • Solar panel:  100 watt Solbian Zip on flexible panel and controller
  • Solar panel:  130 watt with controller (2)

Sails & Rigging

  • Main: Good condition 2 reefs, lazy jacks
  • Spinnaker:  Nylon hanked on staysail
  • #1 Genoa:  Dacron 130% 110% drifter
  • Staysail:  Dacron hanked on staysail
  • Storm staysail:  Dacron staysail ??
  • Storm trisail:  Dacron trysail, separate trackon mast
  • Drifter:  Above 110%
  • Sail material:  Dacron and Nylon
  • Traveler:  Harken forward of cockpit
  • Backstay adjuster:  Nautec hydraulic adjuster
  • Preventer / boom break: 2 block and tackles lead aft
  • Boom Vang:  Nautec hydraulic adjuster
  • Mast:  Aluminum 56′ tall, keel to head
  • Standing rigging: SS 1 x 19 wire
  • Lines led aft:  Yes and tackle for furling in boom
  • Spinnaker pole:  Yes at mast
  • Winch:  2 primary Lewmar 48 ST
  • Winch:  2 secondary Lewmar 40 ST
  • Winch:  Main/in cockpit Lewmar 40 ST
  • Roller furl:  Profurl

Deck Equipment

  • Anchor:  Bruce 66#
  • Chain length/size:  275 ft 5/16  G4
  • Anchor 2:  CQR 45 ft    
  • Anchor:  Danforth stern    
  • Windlass:  Lofrans   
  • Dinghy:  Aqua Pro 11′ rigid bottom with 15 hp 
  • Spreader lights:  Yes                         
  • Swim step:  Yes             
  • Bow pulpit:  Stern encompasses cockpit             
  • Mast pulpit:  SS rail forwarded traveler     
  • Lifelines:  34” high                   
  • Gates:  2          
  • Bow roller:  Yes    
  • Covers & curtains:  Yes

Mechanical Systems

  • Propeller:  18” 3 blade Max bronze                   
  • Extra propeller:  2 blade bronze    
  • Fire extinguishing:  (3) new in 2012                       
  • Fuel filters:  Dual Racor S3216T with manifold
  • Transmission:  Borg Warne velvet drive
  • Self steering vane:  Mounts for vane           
  • Watermaker: Spectra-Pickle   (owners have never used it, pickled)         
  • Bilge pump:  Electric/ hand              
  • Heater:  Dickensen Newport Diesel portable 120 V   
  • Steering type:  Chain + cable to quadrant         
  • Raw water sea strainer:  Yes
  • House fans:  Yes
  • Fuel shut off:  Yes         
  • Fresh water cooling system:  Yes

Safety Equipment

  • Lifejackets:  6
  • Lifesling: Yes
  • Liferaft:  Switlik 6 man serviced 2008
  • Strobe:  Yes
  • Jacklines:  Yes
  • Harnesses:  Yes
  • Flares:  Yes

Covers & Cushions

All dodger, bimini, solar mounts are stainless steel.

  • Dodger:  Dodger with windows and covers
  • Wheel/tiller cover: Yes
  • Cockpit:  Shade snap & zipper for cockpit
  • Bimini:  Yes
  • Hatches:  Covers and bug screen
  • Full winter covers:  Yes
  • Mainsail:  Cover
  • Bug screens: Yes snap on
  • Outboard cover:  Yes