Stormy Monday is a USCG Documented aft cockpit blue water cutter rigged cruiser. Designed by Stan Huntingford and built by Formosa Boat Building in Taiwan she shares the hull and interior layout with the mid-80’s Passport 42. Stormy Monday has a modified cruising keel (encapsulated) with a skeg hung rudder and is surprising fast with a nice motion when sailed hard.
An amazing amount of recent upgrades include:
New bimini, dodger, full enclosure, cockpit cushions (2013)
Furuno chart plotter, wind, depth, radar, sirius weather (2013)
Ham/SSB Icom IC-7200 and Pactor P4 modem (2013)
Standard Horizon VHF w/AIS receiver integrated to plotter (2013)
Balmar 80A Alternator (2013)
Island Time Wifi Antenea (2013)
New Standing Rigging, Full Battened Mainsail and Furling Jib (2011)
New Furling Staysil (2014)
Mast & Boom Refurbished (2011)
New Central Air Conditioning and Heat (2014)
New Spectra Watermaker Ventura 200T (2013)
420watts Solar panels (2014)
Non-Skid Epoxy Decks (replaced teak decks 2010)
Engine Brand: Lehman
Year Built: 1986
Engine Model: 4D61
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 900
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 61 HP
LOA: 42 feet
Engine Brand: Lehman
Fresh Water: 150 gallons
Number of double berths: 2 w/custom mattresses
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)
Sails & Rigging
New standing rigging (new 2011 )
Marine head – Lavac
Shore power inlet
Exterior Equipment / Extras
Marine grill – Kuuma (new 2013)
Dinghy (not included in sale of boat)
Dinghy 11.5 caribe