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09-19-2008, 09:37 PM
1996 Hunter Passage 42
For Sale by Owner
$165,000 US
s/v Dakota Sailing up Raccoon Strait in San Francisco Bay

Features Contact Information
Make: Hunter
Length: 42' 6"
Draft: 4' 11"
Mast Hght AWL: 60'
Displacement: 24,000 Lbs
Engine Type: Diesel (Turbo)
Cruising Speed: 6.5 Knots
Fuel: 70 Gallons
Holding: 35 Gallons Model: 1996 Passage 42
LWL: 38' 0"
Beam: 14' 0"

Ballast: 7,600 Lbs
Horsepower: 62
Max Speed: 8 Knots
Water: 150 Gallons
Ed Johnson
Please, no calls between
9:00 pm & 9:00 am Pacific.
ed@svdakota.com (ed@svdakota.com)

A DSC residential type alarm system with motion detectors in all three cabins as well as the cockpit. A combination smoke alarm and CO2 detector. A Doyle Marine QuickStep boarding ladder, Dynaplate grounding system for SSB radio, Racor 500 series fuel filter with pressure gauge and quick drain, propane pressure gauge, second spare all aluminum propane tank and Arrow Pneumatics dehumidifier. Holding tank is emptied via deck pumpout or Y-valve overboard discharge through an electric macerator pump.

Sails and Rigging:
Masthead rig with aluminum mast and boom, all stainless standing rigging, full batten main, roller furling 135 jib, self-tailing Lewmar 50 primary winches, Lewmar 44 & Lewmar 30 secondary winches, traveler on stainless steel arch, all halyards led aft, boom vang, Dutchman mainsail flaking system, Dutchman boom brake, and two line jiffy reefing system.
This well cared for Passage 42 has nice upgrades and shows like a much newer boat! The Hunter Passage 42 model was somewhat unique when it was first introduced, in that it was designed from the start to be a live-aboard/cruiser. From the factory it came standard with a built-in TV/VCR, built-in microwave oven and a stereo system with individually controlled speakers in the forward cabin, main salon, aft cabin and cockpit. Additionally, the electrical panel was pre-wired for forward and aft air conditioners, a generator and a washer/dryer combo. The electrical and plumbing for the washer/dryer was already in place from the factory as well as the air conditioning ducting for two air conditioners (aft stateroom & main salon).
The web site and URL name http://www.svdakota.com/ (http://www.svdakota.com/)are included with the sale of Dakota, which also provides custom e-mail addresses such as yourname@svdakota.com. Web hosting for the site is paid for the current year and can be renewed by the buyer at $100.00 per year. Some software features of the web site are not yet fully implemented.
The details of this vessel are offered in good faith as of the date of this ad, and we do not guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. Items that are excluded from the sale include but are not limited to Owner's personal effects, tools, artwork and any items not specifically mentioned in this listing. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered as is and is subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Accommodations:
Privacy is paramount for extended cruising, and the Hunter 42 with its 2 stateroom, 2 head (both with electric macerator pumps) design keeps it that way. The sumptuous master stateroom offers a queen size walk around berth with a custom mattress, incredible storage and hanging lockers, plus a full head with a shower/tub. The aft shower has a thermostatic-pressure valve which maintains a constant water temperature automatically; a great water saver.

Your family or friends will not feel slighted in the forward guest quarters. The full size berth, desk vanity and adjoining head will be a comfortable refuge after a great day at sea. When the gang is all here, Dakota can sleep 6 with the salon table lowered and cushions rearranged. All interior seating cushions are soft, comfortable leather, and there are accordion blinds on all ports for privacy.
The galley comes configured with hot/cold pressure water system, gimbaled LPG three burner stove with oven, galley exhaust fan, Corian countertops, top and front loading fridge, and top loading freezer, microwave oven, double stainless steel sinks with single control mixer faucet/sprayer, generous dry storage and dockside pressure water inlet.
Raymarine SL72RC 2KW radar, integrated with Raymarine GPS chartplotter. Garmin GPSMap 220 color chartplotter.
Autohelm wind speed and wind direction, Autohelm knotmeter. Autohelm depth sounder, and Autohelm 7000 autopilot. Apelco 5160 marine VHF, handheld VHF, and Weems & Plath electronic recording barometer.
Various readings from the Autohelm instruments and the chartplotters above can be displayed on the Raymarine radar and GPS screens as well as a laptop computer located down below at the nav station. The laptop is interconnected to the various electronics via a USB four port RS-232 hub. Included with the sale of Dakota is The Cap'n navigation software, Weatherfax 2000 and Airmail 2000 (pending approval/authorization of each of the software manufacturers). The laptop itself is not included in the sale.
Dakota is also equipped with an Icom IC-706MKIIG, a multi-mode (AM, FM, SSB, RTTY,& CW) and multi-band (HF, VHF and UHF) amateur radio, and is interfaced to a Pactor PTC-IIIPro modem for weatherfax and SSB HF e-mail.

This particular Icom radio has been modified to transmit on just about any frequency within its operating range. It is illegal to use the Icom to transmit on any frequency other than those in the amateur radio bands, however during an emergency anything goes and the Icom could be used to transmit on the Marine SSB frequencies, the Marine VHF frequencies (as a backup to the ships VHF radio), and even the aircraft VHF frequencies (in order to contact a commercial jetliner flying overhead on the 121.5 MHz aviation emergency frequency). The HF antenna is the insulated backstay of Dakota, while the combination VHF/UHF antenna is mounted on the aft quarter rail. This provides some redundancy in the event of a mast failure, etc.
AM/FM stereo with a 6 CD changer and 4 pair of individually controlled speakers (forward cabin, main salon, aft cabin & cockpit), TV with integral VHS record/play deck, external DVD, Sony cordless answering machine/phone with Marinco shore telephone connector and external cable TV connector.
Two 8D AGM house batteries, One group 31 AGM starting battery, Two 30 Amp 110 volt shorepower connections, with two 40 ft. 30 Amp cords, Heart 2000 watt inverter/charger, AirMarine-X wind generator. Link 2000 battery monitor/controller. Balmar 90 Amp alternator and ARS-4 multi-stage regulator.
Ritchie binnacle compass, removable Edson wheel, dodger, bimini, aft deck cushions, windlass, cockpit table, emergency tiller, two complete sets of dock lines, dual bow anchor rollers with 60 lb. Bruce anchor, 45 lb. Bruce anchor, and an aluminum Danforth Fortress anchor on the aft quarter rail. Two sets of life preservers, 25 mm flares & gun (current set and an expired set), horseshoe buoy, dinghy davits, outboard motor hoist, Lifesling MOB recovery system and a man overboard pole (not installed).
ACR 406 MHz EPIRB with hydrostatic release mount and hydrostatic activation, PSS dripless shaft seal, AquaPro 9 RIB dinghy with 8 HP Honda 4-stroke outboard motor, Magma barbeque, 4 fire extinguishers, one of which is located in the engine compartment and is automatically activated, and an ATN TopClimber bosun chair.
A reinforced equipment shelf located above the engine is ideal for installing a generator and/or water maker.

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