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    Yacht For Sale

    38' Seawind 2008

    Yacht Details
    38' Seawind 2008
    Location
    Seattle, US
    Engines
    Days on Market
    Inquire
    Last Updated
    April 24, 2022
    Asking Price
    $440,000.00
    Cruising Speed
    Maximum Speed
    Max Draft
    3.75'

    ‘Jollydogs’ is located in Seattle, Washington and ready to cruise today.  Built in Australia prior to the relocation of production to Vietnam, when solid fiberglass was used all the way down from the waterline.

    Very well maintained and a stupendous collection of upgrade to ‘Jollydogs’ places this Seawind 1160 as modernized as a brand new catamaran, while at half the cost.

    During her most recent haul-out in Spring 2022 to repair the starboard hull from damage sustained while her owners were sailing across the Pacific Ocean, the mast was pulled and inspected, all standing rigging replaced. The sail drives were removed and new diaphragms seals have been installed along with new design spin couplers. The rudders were pulled, fully inspected. Fresh bottom paint- ABC3 blue has been done, and the engines and sail drives have been serviced. A new Profurl C350 Jib furler is also installed and much, much more.  Read below as I have included dates and details of all the equiptment aboard.

     

    If you’re interested in securing this exceedingly rare performance cruising catamaran, and winner of Cruising World’s “Catamaran of the Year” twice and turn-key live off the grid, give us a call today. She won’t last long!

    Boat Details

    Year

    2008 

    Type

    Sail 

    Class

    Multi-Hulls, Catamaran 

    Length

    38 ft 

    Hull Material

    Fiberglass 

    Measurements

    LOA

    38 ft 

    Length at Water Line

     

    Beam

    21.33 ft 

    Max Draft

    3.75 ft 

    Dry Weight

    15,400 lb 

    Max Bridge Clearance

     

    Propulsion

    Number of Engines

    Engine #1

     

    Engine Type

    Inboard 

    Make/Model

     

    Fuel

    diesel 

    Power

    29 horsepower 

    Engine #2

     

    Engine Type

    Inboard 

    Make/Model

     

    Fuel

    diesel 

    Power

    29 horsepower 

    Extended Details

    Specifications and Equipment

    SpecsKeel: Mini KeelsHull Shape: Sailing Catamaran

     

    DimensionsLOA: 38 ft 0 inBeam: 21 ft 4 inMaximum Draft: 3 ft 9 inDry Weight: 16000 lbs

     

    TanksFresh Water Tanks: (185 Gallons)Fuel Tanks: (95 Gallons)

     

    Deck

     

     

    • Aluminum Hatches & portholes (9 in total)
    • 4 x Forward Hatches
    • 2 x Mid cabin hatches
    • 1 x Port Bathroom window hatch
    • 1 x Galley window hatch
    • 2 x Aft Cabin window hatch (1 x Port, 1 x Starboard)
    • Snap on bug screen for saloon door
    • Snap on bug screens for helm station windows
    • Snap in bug screens for all overhead hatches
    • Weighted snap on bug screens for forward saloon windows
    • Forward anchor & storage hatches x 5
    • Cockpit storage & hatch starboard for storage
    • Cockpit Cool Blue refrigeration port side insulated helm seat locker & hatch
    • 6 x Docking cleats. Each side: bow, stern & amidships.
    • 1 x Heavy duty mooring cleat on forward walkway.
    • Stainless Steel Drogue chainplates on the transom
    • Ventilation: 2 x forward cabin hatch vents.
    • Mast base turning blocks. All halyards & sail controls to cockpit.
    • 12 x Rope clutches.
    • Electric 2-speed 46ST Winch on Port
    • Manual Sheet winches: 1 x 46ST – 2 speed self tailing to Starboard & 2 x 40ST – 2 speed self tailing, Port and Starboard
    • Stanchions/Rails: High quality stanchions, bow rails and stern rails with 3 Synthetic life-lines. 
    • 2 x transom access gates with pelican hook releases.
    • 2 x side access gates with pelican hook releases.
    • Aft swim ladder: folding stainless aft swim ladder to port
    • Hot and cold shower on the aft deck with a thermal controller.
    • Cookout Stainless Steel LPG BBQ
    • Custom Targa Bar seat cushions

     

     

    Accommodations

     

     

    • Luxury timber finish interior.
    • Sides and cabin top lined with vinyl or moulded gelcoat.
    • Floors: Common area soles simulated timber.
    • Wallas 40Dt diesel furnace w/ remote control panel
    • Cruise RO 30 gallon per hour water maker
      • New water maker membranes in 2019
    • (6) Caframo 757 fans, highly efficient cooling in all cabins and galley

    Saloon:

     

     

    • Timber dining table: Lowers to create coffee table or double bed.
    • Upholstered settee with storage cabinet
    • Cocktail cabinet/storage under day lounge
    • Forward opening windows in 10mm toughened glass in marine anodised aluminium frame on gas struts. Side windows in 6mm toughened glass.
    • Simulated timber flooring.
    • Saloon / cockpit doors: Moulded gelcoat tri-fold doors. Complete with folding mechanism for folding into Targa walkway.
    • Jensen AM/FM/CD/AUX stereo with (2) Bose Saloon speakers

     

     

    Sleeping Cabins:

     

     

    • Timber doors on all private cabins.
    • Port & Starboard fwd cabins : Each queen sized bed
    • Aft Starboard cabin : Double bed
    • Mattresses to be 150mm ( 6” ) quilted foam upholstered.
    • Cabins lined.
    • Recessed 12volt LED lighting.
    • Storage/Cupboards.
    • Cork flooring.

     

     

    Porthead:

     

     

    • Timber lockable door.
    • Jabsco Quiet Flush Head. Discharge via holding tank.
    • Holding tanks built in. Discharge Pump out by shore station or directly overboard.
    • Pipes, skin fittings and sea-cocks are easily accessible and to meet survey requirements.
    • Vanity basin with pressure hot & cold water.
    • Wall mounted shower head & mixer tap.
    • Electric shower bilge pump with direct overboard discharge.
    • Large quantity cupboards / shelves to very high quality.
    • Toilet roll holder, towel rack & mirror mounted.

     

     

    Starboardhead:

     

     

    • Timber lockable door.
    • Manual toilet. Discharge via holding tank.
    • Holding tank built in. Discharge Pump out by shore station or directly overboard.
    • Pipes, skin fittings and seacocks to be easily accessible and to meet survey requirements.
    • Vanity basin with pressure hot & cold water. Shower head and basin mixer tap with electric shower bilge pump.
    • Cupboard/shelves to very high quality.
    • Toilet roll holder, towel rack & mirror mounted.

     

     

    Galley

     

     

    • Spacious galley with co-ordinated Polystone counter surfaces, timber accents.
    • Three (3) burner LPG stovetop and oven. Stainless steel pot holders. Flame failure device to shut off LPG immediately in event of flame going out. New thermocouples in 2019
    • Luna Tec LED light above the stovetop
    • Double bowl stainless steel sink.
    • Pressure hot & cold fresh water system. Single lever mixing tap.
    • Refrigerator : Front opening upright fridge
    • Freezers: Two counter top load Freezers.
      • One additional Fridge is in the cockpit too.
    • Under bench storage with timber door fronts & cutlery drawers.
    • Inboard side of galley: Over-bench cupboard with sliding door fronts.
    • Simulated timber flooring.
    • LPG solenoid control in galley.

     

     

    Engines

     

     

    • Twin Yanmar 29hp saildrive diesel engines. Fresh water cooling, rubber isolation mounts on reinforced fibreglass bed with integral oil drip pan.
      • Starboard and port engine starters removed, dismantled, cleaned, inspected and reinstalled (2022)
      • Starboard engine raw water pump and belt replaced (2022)
      • New port engine fuel lift pump (2022)
      • Port engine fresh water pump replaced (2014
      • 2100 hours on each motor
    • Twin SD20 Saildrives
      • New sail drive diaphragm seals in 2022
      • New design spline couplers to reduce risk of prop strikes damaging transmission components (2022)
    • Mark Grasser 160 amp alternators & serpentine belt pulley systems w/ remote separately cooled rectifiers and remote regulator capability
    • Balmar 614 programmable regulators (2016)
    • Racor 500MA2 fuel filters with fire bowls & drain cocks (2014)
    • Vetus water mufflers and anti-siphon devices on engine exhausts (2014)
    • Gori 3 blade folding propellers
      • Gori flexible hub bushings replaced in 2019
    • Fuel tanks: Total 95 gallons in two survey approved pressure tested aluminum tanks. Fuel gauges fitted.
    • Water intakes for engines protected by external Vetus raw strainer. ( 1 per engine)
    • Twin primary Racor water separator / fuel filters, secondary engine fuel filters. Engine, fuel tank & fuel line.
    • Console mounted engine instruments with electric tachometers, engine monitoring & warning systems, engine hour meters
      • Refurbished with new VDO RPM/Tach gauges in 2019

     

     

    Electrical

     

     

    • High quality DC electrical switch panel with circuit breakers, LED indicator lights and voltage display.
    • Marine grade tinned electrical wiring with extensive use of heat sealed connectors..
    • One engine cranking battery – 700 CCA AGM.
    • 230amp heavy duty isolation switch.
    • BEP Battery Monitor
    • 12 V lighting : Numerous 12V LED interior lamps and courtesy lights throughout including recessed lights in cockpit. Dome lights in cockpit.
    • Luna Tec dual brightness LED deck light installed under radome
    • Luna Tec LED white and red lights installed in galley and  at chart table for improved illumination and night time operations
    • 4 x 12V Outlets.
    • USB charging stations added in saloon, chart table, guest cabin (2019)
    • Survey approved LED navigation lights. Port & Starboard mounted on bow rails.
    • Deck floodlight mounted on spreaders.
    • Mast head anchor / riding light.
    • Sunpower Solar Panels (4) totaling 1440 watts and 40amp regulator. (2019)
    • Victron Smart BMS (2019)
    • 4 Victron Smart solar controllers, 1 for each panel (2019)
    • Xantrex pure sine wave 2000 watt inverter / power switcher w/ remote control panel (2019)
    • Sterling 60 amp battery charger / power supply can plug in to electrical power world-wide
    • 720 a/h CALB LiFeP04 house batteries
    • Custom Stan Honey design battery management system
    • Standard 120 VAC 60 Hz 30 amp service w/ 50’ extension cord
    • Blue Seas Systems 500 amp remote control relays for house power and   engine / house buss tie

     

     

    Navigation Electronics

     

     

    • B&G Zeus3 12” chart plotter at Port helm
    • B&G mast top wind speed / direction NMEA 2k transducer
    • B&G Triton II display mounted at port helm
    • (2) B&G Triton I displays mounted at the SB helm
    • ICOM M506 VHF w/ AIS receiver, NMEA 2k, automatic fog horn, command mic remotely mounted at master helm station
    • Vesper Marine XB-8000 AIS Transponder with WIFI NMEA Gateway
    • Vesper Marine VHF/AIS/FM antenna splitter
    • B&G 4G Broadband Radar
    • Loud hailer horn mounted under radar dome
    • Micro-Tik GrooveA-52HPn 2.4/5GHZ & 6dBi antenna WIFI extender at mast top
    • Luna Tec LED mast top anchor / navigation / flashing beacon light
    • Raymarine wheel autopilot with gyro mod for enhanced steering in heavy seas (available now as a backup autopilot) with display/controller at port helm
    • Simrad/B&G AC42 autopilot computer with full rudder throw hydraulic actuator installed with custom steering linkage attachment
    • B&G Titan I helm station instrument displays (now at starboard helm)
    • B&G autopilot keypad controller at port helm
    • Airmar B740V fish finder sensor
    • Airmar DST800 depth speed temperature transducer
    • Forward scan sonar sensor
    • Sonar hub to integrate both sensors to B&G Zeus chart plotter

    Mast, Boom, Sails

     

     

    Spars

    • Clear anodised aluminium mast and boom. Single Spreader, 7/8 rig.
    • Standard 2-piece bow sprit for screecher or Asymmetrical Spinnaker
    • Standing Rigging –
      • Forestay 3/8 (10mm) 1 x 19 Dieform wire.
      • Sidestays 3/8 (10mm) 1 x 19 Dieform wire ( New in 2022)
      • Diamonds 5/16 (8mm) 1 x 19 Dieform wire.(New, 2022)
      • All fitted with turnbuckles and T-ball end fittings (New,2022)

    Halyards

    • Main halyard:  10 mm Spectra rope : Heavy duty shackle (New,2022)
    • Genoa halyard:  8 mm Spectra rope. Heavy duty shackle.
    • Topping lift:  8 mm rope, Heavy duty shackle. (2016)
    • Spinnaker Halyard:  12 mm rope with snap-shackle spliced to end.
    • Boom outhaul 2to1 purchuse: 10 mm (2016)
    • 2 x mainsail boom single line reefing fitted.
    • All halyards, reefing lines to be lead back to cockpit through turning blocks, rope clutches. (All replaced between 2016 to 2018)

    Sails

    • Zoom Sails main sail and battens (Dimension Polyant Hydra-Net radial 343/393) – Fibreglass sail battens. (2019)
    • Symmetrical Parasail in a sock, used maybe 10 times in total (2019)
    • Barracouta sails jib – Tri radial cut D/P Pro radial Dacron w/ Captain Navy UV cover
    • Cruising mainsail cover with integrated lazy jack system in Navy Blue (New, 2022)
    • Curved headsail traveller track with end stops. Control sheet to cockpit.
    • Mast adjustable ball bearing batten car.
    • Headsail Profurl C350 furler (New, 2022)

    Ground Tackle and Accessories 

     

     

    • Sarca Excel #5 galvanized anchor (2014)
    • Anchor chain – 265’ of 5/16” Acco G40 galvanized (2018)
    • Mantus anchor swivel and claw type anchor chain attachment (2019)
    • New anchor bridle (2022)
    • Mantus hook type anchor chain attachment
    • Sarca Excel #5 alloy secondary anchor w/ removable shank (2014)
    • 200’ chain / rode assembly for secondary anchor (2014)
    • Anchor roller (2019)
    • Dock lines w/ chafe protection (2018)
    • Yamaha 9.9 hp ultra low emission 4-stroke outboard, extremely fuel efficient, will drive Takacat dinghy on plane at 15 knots with 350 pounds passengers and gear (2015)
    • Takacat Explorer 3.4 meter hard bottom hypalon light weight catamaran dingy (2015)
    • Davis echomaster radar reflector

     

     

    Additional Upgrades 

     

     

    • New Seawind design rudders and matched set rudder bushings (2019)
    • Steering cross-tube dual bearing cars (2019)
    • Spinlock alloy sheave deck organizers (2019)
    • Bow cross beam hull attachment point large structural backer plates (2022)
    • Engine RMP now monitored by hall effect transducers rather than alternator output
    • New open weave trampolines (2019)
    • Cockpit helm station clear rain shades (2019)
    • Cockpit aft rain shades (2019)
    • Cockpit sun shades (2014)
    • Capacitive fuel and water level probes for better accuracy (2016)
    • Hammock attachment points (2014)
    • Jordan drogue engineered chain plates (2019)
    • Water tank top cap structure rebuilt (2019)

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