Seaward 35 Alchemy – SOLD

Seaward 35 Alchemy – SOLD


With one owner from new, this cherished and very well equipped Seaward 35 has cruised extensively around the Channel Islands, Brittany and the Highlands and Islands of Scotland, in the experienced hands of a serial Seaward Owner (his fourth Seaward boat). With his next Seaward boat (the new model Seaward 39) currently building, ‘Alchemy’ is now available.  She was built in 2005 and is powered by a pair of the popular and reliable Yanmar 370hp engines.  Designed for comfortable cruising, the custom layout includes an owners cabin with V-berths, a double berth conversion in the wheelhouse and a separate shower cubicle in the heads compartment.  Complete with an extensive list of navigation equipment and extras, ‘Alchemy’ is an ideal boat for cross-Channel cruising and extended stays on board.

LOA (Hull): 37′- 6″ (11.43m) LWL: 30′- 10″(9.40m)

Beam: 11′-3″ (3.44m) Draft: 3′-10″ (1.07m)

Displ. Approx: 9.82 tons Hull No: 35-004

Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, Isle of Wight.

Builder: Seaward Marine Ltd, Isle of Wight Year: 2005

Construction: G.R.P. with teak joinery.

Mechanical Data: 2 x 6 cylinder 6LY  370hp Yanmar marine diesel engines fitted with 2:1 Twin Disc hydraulic gearboxes driving 2 x 4 blade contra rotating propellers on 1 3/4″ diameter Aqualoy 30 stainless shafts giving maximum speed of 28 knots. (Speeds given are indicative and were achieved when new). Twin cast nickel aluminium bronze rudders are fitted. Typical fuel consumption at 16 knots 1.125 sea miles per gallon = range of approx. 273 sea miles. Engine hours 950 approx.

Optional Extras

In addition to the equipment included with the standard Seaward 35 specification, this craft has the following optional extras fitted:-

Twin Yanmar 6LYA-STP 370 bhp engines, full service history available
4 x 12 Volt deep cycle batteries
Trim Tabs with LED indicators,
Stripper type rope cutters
Teak/stainless bathing platform
Pilot type inboard handrails with extended pulpit
Smooth Treadmaster on cockpit seat lockers
Smooth Treadmaster on cockpit sole
Treadmaster on side decks and foredeck instead of deck paint
Rubber spray rails instead of teak
KAB seats trimmed in blue leather
Eberspacher “Hydronic 5” hot water and central heating
system with 3 x fan matrix heaters – each with own
thermostat control, including twin-coil calorifier
Secco Super Thermo Dehumidifier mounted in fore-cabin draining into sink
Bow thruster
Halyard exhaust guard alarms
Seafire FD 200M Auto extinguisher in engine room with manual override in wheelhouse
2 x Titan 1KG and 1 2KG dry powder extinguishers
Cruise Command electronic engine controls ( instead of Morse cable controls )
Full cockpit canopy/awning instead of standard tonneau cover
Electric fresh water flush toilet instead of manual seawater type
Victron 2000W/80-30A continuous rated inverter/charger. Provides mains voltage on board when shore-
power is not available. Acts as a powerful battery charger when plugged into shore-power. Installed with
remote control panel
240v shore power with 4 x13 amp sockets
Holding tank system with electric pump-out to sea.
Includes monitor with tank contents level gauge. Electronic change over valve enables toilet to be pumped to tank or direct to sea
Raymarine 240E DSC VHF Radiotelephone with remote speaker
Raymarine C120 ‘Multifunction’ button control chart-plotter with built-in GPS
RD218D 2kW digital radar Radome connected to chartplotter
Raymarine p70 SPX30 autopilot with type 2 hydraulicdrive
Raymarine i50 Tridata display system (depth speed and log)
AIS transceiver with folding antenna & GPS receiver McMurdo G5 GPS Epirb
Sony radio built-in with four speakers and splitter connection to VHF antenna
Digital Yacht WL500 high power Wi-Fi system with aerial
Offshore System NMEA2000 digital tank measuring system with Multi-tank gauge at helm position, digital
gauges for water and holding tank in galley and twin repeater fuel gauge outside by fuel filler caps.
Yacht Legs telescopic grounding legs stowed under cockpit side lockers
Zodiac 6 man lift raft in quick release cradle
Set of six fender baskets mounted on pulpit
Sun shade cover to extend over cockpit
Wrap around screen cover
Quality curtains with black-out linings


Asking Price: £159,950 (EX VAT) SOLD

Remarks: The Seaward 35s have proven seakeeping qualities, admired by professional operators. They are probably the most sea kindly vessels in this size range.

Lying: Cowes, Isle Of Wight

Viewing: Strictly by appointment through The Boat Development Co Ltd

Selling Agents: The Boat Development Co Ltd, Prospect Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight PO31 7AD

Tel: 01983-280333 Fax: 01983-295095 EMAIL:

Contact: Mike Burnham / Angus Belcher

The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not a part of any contractor offer and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through The Boat Development Co Ltd, who are acting as brokers only. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars and where appropriate at his/her own expense,to employ qualified agents to carry out surveys, structural and or mechanical and electrical.


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