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Azura Kai
Passport 40
$149,000 USD
40ft 0in

The Robert Perry designed Passport 40 has a reputation as a proven blue water cruising vessel with a good turn of speed, quality construction and a comfortable interior crafted in beautiful solid teak. Azura Kai is a very well maintained and upgraded example of this model and is well outfitted for long distance cruising, featuring a large solar array, recent Beta diesel engine, renewed chainplates and new standing rigging in 2015, dinghy davits, safety gear, watermaker, recent electronics and Iridium satellite phone.  



Name of vessel Azura Kai
Model Passport 40
Year 1984
Builder Passport Yachts
Designer Robert Perry
Price $149,000 USD
Location Seattle, WA
Length (feet) 40
Beam (feet) 12.7
Draft (feet) 5.75
Displacement (pounds) 22771
Ballast (pounds)
Engine model Beta Marine V-2203-M-EU32
Engine horsepower 50
Engine hours 1372
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 110
Water tank capacity (gallons) 130
Holding tank capacity (gallons) -

Interior Accommodations 

Azura Kai’s interior is beautifully constructed in teak, with gorgeous teak and holly cabin sole. Solid wood is used throughout with gorgeous louvered locker doors. Characteristic of Robert Perry’s successful cruising designs, her interior layout is comfortable and well proportioned, with a spacious U-shaped galley with ample counter space, large navigation station, great salon space and two nice staterooms.  

The galley is located at the base of the companionway. The counter is U-shaped with white laminate countertops and teak fiddles. There is a deep two bin stainless sink forward with hot and cold pressure water and wand. Inboard is a bank of three drawers. Outboard of the sink is a deep dry storage locker beneath the counter. There is a four burner stove/oven with storage for pots and pans below. There is additional storage in lockers above the counter. Two drawers, a locker and cutting board are also located aft of the stove beneath the counter. The large top and front loading refrigerator is located beneath the aft end of the counter with another sliding door locker above the counter. Two bronze opening ports provide ventilation.  

Beneath the companionway stairs is a large mechanical space that extends below the cockpit, with access to batteries, solar charge controllers and other systems. Engine access is excellent via the box beneath the table in the salon. The furniture is removable to allow very good access all around the engine.  

The guest stateroom is adjacent to the companionway to starboard. There is a quarterberth with shelf along the hull side. There is a bureau with two drawers and a locker and a seat forward with manual toilet hidden below. There is a hanging locker forward.  

The navigation station has an aft facing table. The table top lifts to reveal storage space for charts and tools beneath and there are drawers and lockers beneath the forward end. The master electrical panel is set into the bulkhead outboard.  

The salon is configured with a straight settee to starboard and deep L-shaped settee to port surrounding a table. Settees are upholstered in blue fabric. Outboard of the settees to port and starboard are mirrored bookshelf/locker configurations. There is storage outboard of the settee seatbacks. A large folding table is at the center. 

The master stateroom features the classic Pullman berth arrangement with head forward, a great seagoing layout that provides an impressive amount of storage space. The berth is located to port, with a shelf outboard along the hull side and drawers and lockers beneath. Opposite the berth along the starboard side of the passageway forward is a vanity with drawers beneath, flanked by large hanging lockers.  

The head located in the forepeak is a spacious compartment with the toilet located at the forward end. To starboard, there are storage lockers. To port, there is a counter with sink and assorted lockers. Finished in white laminate with teak trim, the space is easy to maintain. A teak grate in the sole allows the space to drain if used as a shower. Access to the chain locker is via a door in the bulkhead forward.  

Force 10 propane four burner stove/oven 

Marinetics propane solenoid control panel 

Xintex fume detector 

(2) Viking fiberglass propane tanks 

12v DC refrigeration 

Raritan manual toilet in aft cabin 

Jabsco electric head in forward stateroom 

Gobius holding tank level monitor 

(3) fans in cabin 


Electronics & Navigation 


Raymarine C95 chartplotter 

Raymarine P70 autopilot control 

(2) Raymarine i70 displays 

Ritchie compass 

Standard Horizon CMP30 RAM mic 

Fusion cockpit speakers 

Raymarine Quantum 24 radar antenna 

At cabin:  

Raymarine i70 display 

Iridium Go satellite phone 

Standard Horizon Matrix GX2000 VHF radio  

Kenwood KMR M332BT AM/FM/CD stereo receiver 

(2) Paradigm stereo speakers 

Si Tex AIS receiver/transceiver with AIS silent switch 

Brass clock 

Weems and Plath brass barometer 

West Marine handheld VHF 


Electrical Systems 

120v AC and 12v DC electrical systems 

30 amp shore power inlet 

50’ 30 amp shore power cord 

Newmar AC/DC distribution panel with AC ammeter and voltmeter and DC ammeter 

(3) Renogy 100w solar panels on davits and (4) 110w flexible solar panels on bimini for 740 total watts 

Victron Bluesolar 100/30 solar charge controller 

Link 2000R battery monitor 

Xantrex Freedom 20 battery charger 

(6) Trojan 6v house batteries (8/2022) 

Interstate 4D engine start battery (8/2022)  


Mechanical Systems 

Beta Marine V-2203-M-EU32 50hp diesel engine with tachometer, temperature, oil pressure and voltmeter gauges (2015) 

Twin Disc TMC60P direct drive transmission 

1 ¼ stainless propeller shaft 

PSS dripless shaft seal 

Max Prop 3 blade feathering propeller 

120 amp high output alternator 

Racor 500 primary fuel filter 

Whale Gusher Titan 25gpm manual bilge pump (operable at cockpit) 

Rule 3700 gph electric bilge pump 

Bilge pump cycle counter and alarm 

Tank Tender tank monitor 

Espar diesel cabin heater 

Jabsco Par Max 2.9 fresh water pump with accumulator tank 

Isotemp Spa 8 gallon water heater 

30 gallon per hour AC watermaker 

Whale Gulper shower pump 


Sails & Rigging 

Two spreader aluminum mast and aluminum boom 

1×19 wire standing rigging (2015) 

All chainplates removed in 2015 and replaced with the exception of the backstay chainplate which was inspected and reinstalled 

Headsail furler 

Spinnaker pole mounted on mast 

Rigid boom vang 

Precision Sails stack pack mainsail cover 

(2) Lewmar 48ST primary winches 

(2) Lewmar 40ST winches on cabin top 

Garhauer deck organizers 


Precision Sails mainsail (2015) 

Rolly Tasker 135% genoa (2019) 

Rolly Tasker 115% genoa 

Rolly Tasker storm jib 

North Sails asymmetric spinnaker (2012) 


Deck & Hull  

Azura Kai’s underbody features a long fin keel and a deep rudder protected by a full length skeg. Her hull is solid fiberglass and deck is cored with teak plywood surrounded and encapsulated in resin. Her teak decks are in good condition. The hull and deck have been painted with two part LPU paint and show good gloss. In addition, the oft problematic teak eyebrow trim was removed in this refit, eliminating an extra varnished surface to maintain and a potential leak point.  

Rocna 25 55lb anchor with 300’ 3/8 chain 

Horizontal windlass with up/down foot controls and cover 

Danforth 20 lb stern anchor with 50’ 5/16 chain and 250’ rode 

Stainless stanchions with double lifelines and boarding gates port/starboard 

Solid stainless handrails from boarding gates to stern 

Ladder at boarding gate 

Dodger with stainless handrails on sides and aft, covers for dodger windows 

Hot/cold cockpit shower 

Cockpit table 

Binnacle cover 

Cockpit cushions 

Teak washboards and clear washboard 


Miscellaneous & Safety 

Stainless dinghy davits 

Outboard motor lift and mount 

9’ Great Pacific RIB dinghy (2022) 

9.8hp Tohatsu 4 stroke outboard engine (2018) 

Survitec 4 person liferaft (new 11/2020, certification expires 5/2024) 

ACR Globalfix V4 EPIRB (battery expires 10/2027) 

Sea Brake drogue 

Lifesling MOB recovery device 

ACR ditch bag 


Fire extinguishers 

Flagstaff and ensign 

Fenders and dock lines 


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