The Boat

Crossing the Gulf Stream 2013

Crossing the Gulf Stream 2013

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Well found blue water cruiser for sale $150k.  Currently located in Melbourne, FL.

Stormy Monday has been part of the family since 2001.

Her pedigree is interesting. She is a Slocum 42 but was built by Formosa Boat Building in Taiwan as a 1986 model. She is slightly different from the Slocum 43. She also shares the hull and interior layout with the mid-80’s Passport 42. The design is by Stan Huntingford. So I always say the she has the same dad as the other boats but different moms.

Stormy Monday has a modified cruising keel (encapsulated) with a skeg hung rudder.  She draws 6 feet 4 inches when not loaded up.  She is surprising fast and has a nice motion when sailed hard.

The boat’s layout is great for a couple.  It has a forward cabin with a double berth.  Then aft of that is a head with a shower tub/enclosure.  Then a nice salon and table follows.  The galley and nav station is next.  The galley is well laid out for actual use.  And the well insulated icebox has a top opening icebox and a front opening fridge.  Then aft of this are the owner’s cabin on the port side and a quarter berth on the starboard side.

The aft cockpit is built for ocean cruising, deep and workable.  The stern of the boat now has an arch holding the solar panels and wind generator.  The arch incorporates a lifting davit for the outboard motors and other accumulated stuff.

Stormy Monday has come a long way since I first stepped onto her.  The teak decks have been removed, along with the resulting leaks. And the decks and cabin all repainted.  This was done by my buddy Toad. Rebuilt mast, boom, new standing rigging, new main, jib and staysail, along with the little bits that went into them.  All of this was done by Mack Sails in Stuart. Upgraded solar and electrical stuff, installed by me.  A Sprectra watermaker was installed last year and is a very neat addition.  And a lot of the general cruising upgrades have been done with the help of my brother Ed (Ladybug).

This is the spec sheet that came with the boat.

 

Slocum Specs

Slocum Specs

 

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Dimensions
LOA: 42 ft
Beam: 12 ft 10 in
LWL: 34 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Displacement: 25500 lbs
Ballast: 9,500 lbs

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Lehman
Year Built: 1986
Engine Model: 4D61
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade fixed
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 61 HP
Engine Hours: <900

Cruising Speed: 6 knots
Maximum Speed: 8.5 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Stainless steel (total capacity 150 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Black Iron tanks (total capacity 120 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Built in Fiberglass (20 Gallons)

Accommodations
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2 (custom mattresses)
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1

  • Headroom is 6’4″or more throughout the boat with incredible storage capacity. Beautiful Burmese teak joinery runs throughout; solid teak staving, all doors are beveled and hand fitted, lockers are teak lined and the glossy varnished cabin sole is teak with holly plank The interior is finished with a satin varnish and high gloss accents on the trim. The teak doors are louvered
  • There is room for up to 6 people to sleep – in the forward cabin, main salon, quarter berth and the master cabin.
  • Forward cabin – large offset double berth to port with a seat located to starboard. Row of lockers and bookshelf. Large overhead ventilation hatch that supplies plenty of light and ventilation. Insect netting for berth.
  • Quarter berth – this berth is located at the base of the companionway to starboard and is perfect for sleeping underway when sailing shorthanded. In port it makes a great storage place for cockpit seat cushions and similar gear
  • Master cabin- across from the quarter berth, adjacent to the companionway to port, is the master cabin. It has a spacious double berth with reading lights, storage drawers below the berth, shelves beside the berth, and a full hanging locker. There are large opening ports and an overhead hatch for light and air. Insect netting for berth
  • Head / WC – a spacious head with a full sized stall shower with a tub enclosure as its base. There is pressure hot and cold water for both sink and shower. There is a teak vanity and a ventilated storage locker for all your necessities plus 2 opening ports for ventilation.
  • Main Salon – The main salon consists of a settee to starboard and a spacious squared shaped dinette to port. Hullside bookshelves are flanked by 2 storage lockers. There is generous storage under both seating areas and behind the settee.
  • Dinette – The beautiful dinette table has a storage locker built into the center. More bookshelves and lockers line the hullside with even more under seat storage
  • Navigation station – a classically styled spacious navigation station consisting of a chart table with seat, storage within desk and the ship’s electrical system with the AC and DC control panels and gauges. The electrical panel is hinged and opens for access to breakers and buss bars. Further storage under the navigator’s seat. Aft of the chart table is a hanging wet locker.

Electronics & Navigation
Wind speed and direction – Furuno (new 2014)
Knot & Depth meter – Furuno (new 2014)
Autopilot – Navman
Compass – Ritchie
Chart Plotter – Furuno Navnet 3d (new 2013) integrated to nav station to work with MaxSea software & compass heading sensor
Radar – Furuno integrated to Chart Plotter (new 2013)
Integrated Sirius Weather Radar (new 2013)
GPS
Ham/SSB radio ICOM IC-7200 & Pactor P4 modem (new 2013)
AM/FM Radio/CD player (new 2012)
TV set
VHF with AIS receiver – Standard Horizon (new 2013)
Alternator (Balmar) – 80A (new 2013)
Island Time Wifi Antenna (bullet) (new 2013)
Xantrex LinkLITE Battery Monitor & Xantrex Battery Status & Inverter (new 2013)

Sails & Rigging (Mack Sails)
New standing rigging (new 2011 )
Full battened mainsail and furling Jib (new 2011)
Mast & Boom (refurbed 2011)
Furling staysail (new 2014)
Self-tailing winch on mast (new 2011)
Winches – Barlow, (rebuilt 2011)

Inside Equipment
Marine head – Lavac
Central Air conditioning & Heat (new 2014)
Oven – 3 burner
Fresh water maker – Spectra Ventura 200T (new 2013)
Refrigerator & freezer – Adler Barbour Cold Machine
Icebox rebuilt 2010 using vacuum panel insulation with a spillover freezer
Electric bilge pump
Battery charger – Freedom 20 charger inverter
Hot water heater (10 gallons) (new 2014 )

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Inverter – Freedom 20 Charger inverter
Electrical Circuit: 12V – numerous 12v sockets
Batteries – 6 ea Trojan T105 golf cart batteries

Outside Equipment/Extras
Marine grill – Kuuma (new 2013)
All new Bimini, Dodger and full enclosures for cockpit (new 2013)
Cockpit cushions (new 2013)
Mainsail cover – stack pack (new 2013)
Cockpit cushions (new 2013)
Arch on back stern
Monitor Wind Vane (Scanmar)
Anchor Wash down on foredeck (new 2013)
Lifelines (new 2013)
Non-skid epoxy decks (replaced Teak decks 2010)
Solar panels (420 watts) (new 2014)
Refurbished Pedestal and added Instrument Pods (2013)
Wind generator – Air X Marine with Silentwind Silent Air blades
Cockpit table
Teak cockpit
Cockpit shower (new 2013)
Outboard engine brackets
Electric windlass
Lifesling
Emergency Tiller

Anchors
Delta 55
Fortress 27
Bruce
CQR type
Anchorman Power 1200 Windlass /Lewmar
200 feet 3/8” chain

Tender (not included in sale of boat)
Dinghy 11.5 caribe
15 hp Johnson 2 cycle
3.5 hp Tohatsu 4 c

All personal property not included (i.e. tools, etc.) Spares available for purchase.

 

3 thoughts on “The Boat

  1. Bruce

    I have a passport 42 and need to rewire the mast. Do you know anything about the mast wiring? I can’t pull wires. Is there a harness or junction boxes. Any comments before Tuesday June 1 would be very useful. BTW my e-mail is goodtoknow@att.net I’m not a member of this network.
    Bruce

     
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    1. Susan

      Sorry it took so long to reply, but we had Mack Sails in Stuart FL pull mast and do all of the rewiring. The wiring came out of the bottom of the mast to a terminal strip underneath that floor board. Hope that helps!

       
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