1984 Passport 40 Sailboat for sale in Tracys Lndg, MD


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Interior layout

Manitou has the head forward with Pullman berth to port layout. The saloon has an L shape settee to port and straight settee to starboard. A large table covers the engine and folds out to form a very large dining area. To starboard is the navigation area. The efficient galley is aft to port. A private aft stateroom with double berth is aft to starboard. There is copious storage throughout the boat.


The galley is a very efficient U-shape and has a single large sink with pressurized hot and cold water. There is a foot pump for seawater and freshwater. The cold water has an under sink filter. There is a 3 burner propane stove with oven. The fridge/freezer is top and front loading.

Electronic Equipment

Raymarine Evolution autopilot (2014), Autohelm 2S drive unit inspected 2022 (bearings replaced, planetary gear ok).
Garmin 740 GPS chartplotter at helm.
Garmin 740 GPS chartplotter at navigation station.
Garmin GMR18 HD radar interfaced with Garmin chartplotter at helm.
Garmin VHF 300 AIS.
Garmin 600 AIS transponder (transmit and receive).
Garmin GHS 20 wireless VHF remote.
Airmar DST transducer (depth, speed, and water temperature).
All Garmin electronics NEMA 2000 networked.
Simrad Handheld GPS-VHF radio.
ICOM M600 Single Side Band HF radio with AT-120 tuner and insulated backstay.
FM/CD/USB Stereo and speakers.
Iridium external satellite antenna.
Ubiquiti bullet and antenna for WiFi.

Electrical System

Lifeline GPL-4CT AGM batteries (660 A-hr for house bank), 2021
Lifeline GPL-4CT AGM batteries (220 A-hr for engine bank), 2021.
120 A Letricka AAK alternator with external Balmar 614 voltage regulation
Blue Sea voltage and current meters for engine and house battery banks.
Victron Pheonix 12/250W pure sine wave inverter at nav station (2023).
Heart 1800 W inverter/charger with remote control.
Southwest Wind Power Breeze wind generator (2012) with Silent Wind blue blades (2014).
2 Sun Power CMP22200S solar panels (2021) with Victron Smart Solar MPPT 100/30 Charge Controller with Bluetooth (2021) totaling 400W output.
Additional Solar Capacity: 3 Genasun GV-10 MMPT controllers, cables, and wiring (in place, currently abandoned).
30 amp shore power cord.
50 A to 30 A power adapter.

Other Equipment

Sail-O-Mat Windvane Steering System (not currently installed)
Fuel polish and transfer system with Racor 500FG filter and Walbro electric pump.
Pedestal wheel steering with binnacle compass (red LED lit) and canvas cover.
International mast head LED navigation lights with anchor light (2024).
Deck-level inland waters LED running lights (2011 & bow 2022).
Deck downlight/steaming light on mast (2012).
Propane, two 20 lb Al tanks, three-burner stove and oven with 12 volt solenoid.
Adler Barbour 12 V refrigeration.
Engine exhaust temperature alarm.
High-water bilge alarm.
Bilge pumps:
Two Shurflo 2000 centrifugal pumps with individual anti-siphon valves and thru-hulls, 1 Whale Gulper diaphragm pump, 1 manual pump in cockpit.
Enclosed graywater shower sump.
Hot and cold pressure water system (Jabsco variable-speed water pressure pump in 2010).
Fresh and salt water foot-pumps in galley.
Whale twist shower in cockpit.
Docking lines and 3 fenders.
Self-tailing winches.
Dual bow rollers.
Emergency tiller.
PYI PSS dripless shaft seal (2023).
Outboard motor storage pad.
Bruce 35 lb anchor
Sun screens for cockpit.
Wash-down pump (Jabsco Hotshot in 2013).
Bosun's chair
Spare halyard

Major maintenance and upgrades:

Awlgrip on mast and boom (2011)

Standing rigging replaced (2011)

Chainplates replaced (2011)

Running rigging replaced (2011)

Mast wiring replaced (2011)

Enlarged middle knees (gussets for cap and intermediate shrouds) 2011.

JEFA rudder bearing upgrade (2011) to replace steel cage rudder post upper support.

Mast step replaced (2011)

Dodger and bimini canvas (2014)

Pedestal canvas (2014)

Mainsail canvas cover (2012)

Complete new interior cushions (2011)

Groco thru hulls

New hoses throughout (2012)

Raritan head (2013)

Cutlass bearing (2014)

New stainless steel lifelines (2011)


Manitou has been well maintained by her previous and current owners. A recent survey values Manitou at the top end of P 40s at $154,000.
Some of the most recent updates include:
Teak decks removed (2019)
Cockpit Teak removed (2023)
Standing rigging (2022)
660House/220Engine AH AGM batteries (2021)
Solar 400W (2021)
Custom Crane (2019)
New Traveler (2019)
Like/New Max Prop (2023)
Rebuilt knees (2011)
Arch with integrated seats and extended side rails (2014)
Beta Marine 50 1550 hrs (2014)
JEFA Rudder Bearing (2011 no cage)
Mast step replaced (2011)
Groco thru hulls and hoses throughout (2011)
Manitou is currently in the Bahamas and heading to the Chesapeake. Please contact me for the history, a detailed description, and more information. A detailed survey (10/2023) is available.