1990 Hunter 42' (12.80 m) Passage 42
Greenport, New York, United States
Paranon is a very roomy and comfortable center cockpit and feels like a much larger boat.
- Center Cockpit
- Fiberglass Hull
- HIN/IMO: HUNP0013L990
Paranon is a very roomy and comfortable center cockpit and feels like a much larger boat. Interior volume and enhanced accommodations are the idea behind the Passage 42 and Hunter makes full use of the center-cockpit theme by keeping the deck elevated from the mast all the way aft to provide up to 6'6" headroom below; with 14 feet of beam, the plan is opened up even further. Included are a double stateroom in the bow with its own head and shower, and another one - the master suite - in the stern quarters with a private head and shower. The main saloon is comprised of a large oval settee and a U-shaped galley on the starboard side that features refrigeration, hot and cold pressure water and a microwave oven. In lieu of ports is a large, "wraparound" windshield. In the passageway between the main and after cabins is the navigation station. The deck consists of a large center cockpit and a spacious upholstered "sun lounge" over the after cabin. Spanning the cockpit is a stainless steel structural arch that supports the traveler just over the helmsman's head. Sail controls and primary winches are within easy reach.
Official Number: NY 9172 UC
LOA: 42' 6'' (12.95 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Draft Max: 4' 11''
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Fuel Tank: 70 Gallons (264.98 Liters)
Fresh Water: 150 Gallons (567.81 Liters)
Ballast Weight: 7600 lbs
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- Engine Make: Yanmar
- Engine Model: 4JH-TE
- Engine Year: 1990
- Engine Type: Inboard
- Drive Type: Direct
- Power HP: 55.00
- Fuel Type: Diesel
- Hours: 414.00
- Serial Number: 12667
- Engine Location: Middle
- Generator Make: Kohler
- Generator KW: 8.00
The main cabin is large with 6'6" headroom. There is a U-Shaped dinette to port with an oval dining table which collapses to form an extra double berth. A settee is to starboard. All cushions are in excellent condition. There are many cabinets and lockers for storage throughout the entire boat. Forward double berth with ample storage space and private door leading to forward head/shower. There is a seat with vanity table as well. The master stateroom with its centerline queen walk around bunk, a curved settee, private bath and full shower and tub, wide hanging locker and lots of drawers. The galley is very well laid out with Corian countertops, 3-burner stove, microwave, double stainless steel sink, refrigerator and separate freezer, many drawers and cabinets.
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 110V
Onan 8.0 Genset
Central Air Conditioning
Depth and wind indcators
Main Salon features a convertible dinette to port
Table drops to allow sleeping in a double berth
Curved settee to starboard
U-Shaped galley to starboard
Refrigeration, top and front loading
Stove, SS 3-burner with oven
Sink, Double SS
Water System, Pressure H-C
Master Stateroom and Head
Master stateroom is aft and features a centerline queen berth
Curved settee to port
Generous hanging locker on starboard side
Additional storage below berth
En-Suite head is to starboard and features a separate tub/shower
Guest Stateroom and Head
Guest stateroom is full forward
Queen berth, vanity and generous storage spaces in hanging locker and drawers.
En-Suite head with a separate shower is accessed through the stateroom and also through the main salon through a separate door
SS Lifelines and Stanchions
Port and starboard and (2) stern gates
Sails and Rigging
SS wire standing rigging
Mainsheet traveler on cockpit arch
Lines Led Aft with rope clutches
Barient 2-speed self-tailing winches
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Bruce McDonald, CPYB
Bruce McDonald joined Brewer Yacht Sales in 2011 and is headquartered at Safe Harbor Stirling and services Safe Harbor Stirling, Safe Harbor Greenport, and the east end of Long Island.
Bruce started his marine industry experience three days after his high school graduation when he reported to Massachusetts Maritime Academy. Upon graduation, he served as an engineer aboard various merchant ships and traveled the world in addition to spending fourteen years in the United States Naval Reserve. When he came “ashore” he spent his career with Fortune 100 companies while obtaining his MBA. Previously to joining Brewer Yacht Sales he sold new and pre-enjoyed boats on the North Fork for six seasons.
Although a New England native, he summered on the North Fork of Long Island since childhood and moved to Southold over twenty-five years ago. He and his wife, Karen, have a blended family of seven children and eleven grandchildren. They reside in Aquebogue.
He is ready to assist you in your search for that perfect boat or to facilitate the sale of your existing boat.