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2003 Perry 43 Passagemaker


Location Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Year 2003
Price $329,000
Cabins 3
Heads 2


The Perry 43 Passagemaker is an ideal blue water catamaran for a couple or small family. With equal parts comfort and speed, she’s a boat that is fun getting there, and comfortable once you have arrived. She’s an owner’s version with a wonderful yachty interior. Boasting shallow draft and well designed sail plan, she cruises along at 8-9 knots easily. When the wind dies her 55 hp engines and ample fuel allow for safe and fast arrivals.

Here are some of her features:

Protected helm with good visibility
Natural teak decks throughout
Narrow enough beam to fit most conventional travel lifts
AC, Generator, AIS, Watermaker
Raymarine Electronics
200-gallon fuel tanks

Wildhood has been through the Panama Canal and across the equator twice. She is more than ready to go again! Dinghy conveyed as equipment.

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Wildhood is a unique owner’s version 43′ Bluewater capable cruising live aboard. She is located in Mexico which is an interesting place to begin a new adventure. Wildwood has been very well kept, and is a great choice for someone who values sailing and comfort in a solid, safe catamaran.

City: Puerto Vallarta Nayarit
Country: Mexico
Marina: Paradise Village Marina


Manuf. Length:
43′ ( 13.11 m)
Maximum Draft:
4′ 0″ ( 1.22 m)
Minimum Draft:
4′ 0″ ( 1.22 m)
22′ 5″ ( 6.83 m)
43′ ( 13.11 m)
Mast Height Clearance:
67′ 5″ ( 20.55 m)
No of Cabins:
No of Heads:
Fuel Capacity:
2 x 100 gallons
Water Capacity:
2 x 100 gallons
Holding Tank:
2 x 65 gallons


Hull Material: Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic- FRP
Hull Configuration: Catamaran


Engine Manufacturer:
Engine Model:
Engine Year:
Engine Horsepower:
Engine Hours (Port):
Total: 2416 hrs (1265 hrs since overhaul)
Engine Hours (Starboard):
Toal: 2495 hrs (1345 hrs since overhaul)
Engine Type:
Engine Configuration:
Engine Fuel Type:


Generator Model:
Fisher Panda 6.5KW (2021)
Generator Operating Hours:
295 hrs (Nov. 2023)
Generator Horsepower: 6.5 kW


– SeaWater Pro Water maker  12 Volt 17-21 gph (November 2023)
– Salon floors revarnished (December 2022)
– Rigging: Standing rigging (new June 2021)
– AB Dinghy and outboard (2021)
– 615 A/hr AGM house battery bank (May 2021)
– 455 Watt bifacial (+20%) Canadian Solar panel (Oct. 2022)
– Victron 100/50 MPPT Solar Controller w/Bluetooth (Oct. 2022)
– Renogy 700 Watt Inverter (Oct. 2022)
– Fischer Panda 6.5 KW 220 V generator  295 hrs as of Nov. 2023 (new in Jan 2021)
– Life Raft – REVERE 6-person Offshore Commander 2.0 (new in 2021)


Wildhood is a dual voltage boat. She has parallel 50 amp 220 Volt and 30 amp 110 Volt systems, including separate battery chargers. She can be plugged into both of these simultaneously, or one or the other depending on available shore power. With her recently upgraded solar, she can sit at anchor for a week or more without running the generator for charging.

o 615 A/hr AGM house battery bank (May 2021)
o 455 Watt bifacial (+20%) Canadian Solar panel (Oct. 2022)
o Victron 100/50 MPPT Solar Controller w/Bluetooth (Oct. 2022)
o Magnum 2500 Watt 220 V Inverter/Charger
o Renogy 700 Watt Inverter (Oct. 2022)
o Xantrex True Charge 2, 110 V 30 amp charger (Shore power only)
o Fischer Panda 6.5 KW 220 V generator  295 hrs as of Nov. 2023 (new in Jan 2021)
o LED Interior/Exterior lighting
o Interior LED indirect lighting
o Red lighting in cockpit and at nav station
o Aft spot light
o Dinghy boarding lights
o Spreader lights
o Multiple 220 V and 110 V plug ins
o Multiple USB charging outlets throughout


Wildhood has her galley down in the starboard hull. This allows for a great amount of workspace and with the open concept salon, lends to a sense of connection to the others areas of the boat while you are in the galley cooking, and also creates a large space in the salon area.
o 3.5 cubic foot deep freeze
o 2 burner SMEG stovetop and SMEV wall oven
o 4.8 cubic foot fridge
o Large cockpit fridge under settee (separate condenser)
o Large pantry space under the oven and lots of storage
o Double sink (one large/one small)
o Large BBQ (Half grill, half flat top)
o 2 x 11 lb propane tanks in sealed locker and with Solenoid
o Spare 20 lb propane tank for reserve


With Wildhood’s ample freshwater tankage and brand new water maker she can be off grid for months at a time. The huge water tanks can be independently filled from the water maker (as well as a separate water jug fill) and there is also an electric transfer between the two tanks.
o (2x) 100 gallon fresh water tanks (with fool proof sight glasses)
o (2x) 65 gallon black water tanks
o SeaWater Pro Watermaker  (new November 2023)
o (2x) Tecma Quiet flush electric heads (Class 3 MSD with Y-Valves)
o Separate, full-size two-person shower in owner’s hull
o (2x) 220 volt 10 gallon hot water heaters (heat from shore power, generator, engine running)
o Hot and cold outdoor swim shower
o Salt water forward anchor/deck wash


The engines on Wildhood are located in their own spaces, forward of the aft lockers and out of the way of any salt spray. The starboard engine is under the aft berth with great access. The port side engine is accessed behind the full-size separate shower and below the massive mechanical/storage space. This space has full access to the water maker and great access to the steering and auto pilot. Both main engines are also plumbed with Reverso 12-volt oil change systems, making for a zero-mess oil change! Each engine is also equipped with remote mounted Racor fuel filters making it easy to change filters and preclude any possible fuel problem, including bleeding the diesel with the 12 volt filter primer pumps.


o Raymarine gS165 15.4 Touchscreen MFD on swivel pod (viewable from helm and salon)
o Raymarine 24 mile Quantum 2 digital Radar
o Raymarine 650-AIS Receives and transmits
o Raymarine DSC VHF Radio w/remote RAM Mic at helm
o Raymarine i70s Multifunction Instrument Display x 3 (2 x depth transducers)
o Raymarine EV-400 Sail Evolution Autopilot w/control at helm.
o Raymarine RS130 GPS antennae
o All Raymarine controllable and viewable on Tablets via App when set up
o Fusion Stereo with interior and exterior cockpit speakers and amp
o Iridium Go satellite device with exterior aft mounted antennae
o (2x) handheld portable VHF’s
o Wired for Sirius XM Sat Radio
o Wired for Rogue Wave wifi booster
o Wired and cables run for Starlink (Antennae and Modem not included)
o Mast mounted Radar Reflector
o Nav Station dual screen mount for standing desk set up/multiple screens
o Multiple spares and manuals on board for self sufficiency


o Salon table lowers, and slides in/out to create cocktail table
o (5x) Caframo 12 volt 3 speed fans
o Wall mounted tablet holder in master cabin berth
o Full-size retractable screen door or cockpit/salon door
o OceanAir retractable screens and shades for all large overhead hatches (x4)
o (2x) Large forward opening hatches for excellent ventilation
o Seadek flooring at cockpit sailing positions
o Desk with swivel stool in aft double cabin
o Black shade screens for exterior windows
o Eisenglass cockpit half enclosure (New 2023)
o Aft cockpit shade enclosure
o Cockpit cushions
o Reversible helm seat, makes the perfect sun downer perch


o Rocna Vulcan 25 (55 lb) primary anchor with 300′ chain
o 180′ Rode for 2nd anchor or extension
o 45 lb CQR Secondary anchor on bow
o Muir Cheetah 2500 electric windlass with rope gypsy. Controls on fore deck and at helm.
o Mantus M2 Chain Hook
o Mantus catamaran anchor bridle.
o Fortress style 25 lb stern anchor w/25′ chain and 100′ line stored in aft locker
o (10x) oversized dock lines, all 8-plait with spliced eyes and chafe gear.
o (6x) fenders
o (2x) boat hooks


Wildhood has a suite of three sails, accounting for all types of wind and sailing conditions. All sailing controls are led back to the safety of the cockpit, and the electric winch makes easy work of raising the large high-roach main. Most sailing is done with the cockpit overhead hatch open, with fantastic views of the sails and all four corners of the boat. When the weather is less than ideal the hatch can be closed up and the boat is controlled from the covered safety of the cockpit.
o Fully battened Precision Sails main sail, with lazy jacks and Mack Pack sail bag for easy drops and storage (new in 2020)
o Profurl roller reefing head sail with Precision Sails 120% jib (new in 2020)
o (6x) Harken winches, one of which is 2 speed electric
o North Sails symmetrical spinnaker
o Large stainless steel Edson ships wheel
o All running rigging new within last 3 years (Halyards and topping lift are Viper Line)


o Life Raft – REVERE 6-person Offshore Commander 2.0 (new in 2021)
o Ditch kit with USCG Flares
o PFDs
o ACR Global Fix Pro 406 Mhz EPIRB
o (2x) Throw lines
o Lifesling 2, MOB retrieval system mounted on aft rail
o Fire extinguishers (4 x 20 lb CO2, 1 x 5 lb dry chem)
o (2x) Fire Blankets
o (4x) Electric bilge pumps w/float switches. Auto or manual.
o (2x) Smoke/CO detectors
o (2x) separate CO detectors
o 3000 Lumen handheld spotlight, USB chargeable
o Brass ships bell


o 1000’s of dollars worth of spares!
o (2x) BOTE SUPs  both in very good condition (new in 2021)
o Assorted Fishing gear
o Various long term storage areas in dry bilges, which accommodate full size storage bins (parts and stores)
o Multi-function Hp Envy Pro 6455 printer/scanner
o Multiple step-down voltage transformers
o Fishing rod/spear gun racks
o Aft rail mounted fish cleaning table
o (2x) 5 gallon YETI bucketsNot Included:
o Owners personal effects
o Spear guns and personal diving gear
o Starlink
o Yeti Cooler

Perry 43 Passagemaker SPECIFICATIONS

Fuel Capacity:
Hull Material:
Number of Engines:
Engine Make:
Engine Power:
100 gallons x2
Volvo Penta DL55A
110hp total
22' 5"
Manufacturer: Perry
Draft: 4'
Fuel Capacity: 100 gallons x2
Designer: Perry
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Number of Engines: 2
Engine Make: Volvo Penta DL55A
Engine Power: 110hp total
Beam: 22' 5"


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