Seaward 29 ‘Alacrity’ £229,950.00


Seaward 29 ‘Alacrity’ £229,950 (VAT Paid)

This Seaward 29 ‘Alacrity’ is fastidiously maintained by the owner and is genuinely in ‘as new’ condition, benefiting from a full service and maintenance history, this really is a very nice example.

‘Alacrity’ was launched in 2017 and has the desirable ‘galley-up’ configuration and  boasts a very high specification of navigational and domestic equipment, and other owner enhancements, making this Seaward 29 great boat for both fun days out with family and friends and long-distance cruising

The Seaward 29 is probably the most sea kindly vessel in its size range. Designed and built to be enjoyable to drive, even when the going gets a little rough, she is safe, practical and easy to handle. The 29 is well suited for offshore cruising and complies with the requirements of the European Recreational Craft Directive for wind speeds up to force 8 and wave height up to 4 meters.

Length Overall Mtrs.   8.96 ex platform
Beam Mtrs.   3.04  
Draft Mtrs.   0.86  
Air Draft Mtrs. (excl. Mast) 2.24  
Approx Displacement   7.75  
Cruising Speed 21  
Top Speed 28  
Fuel tanks (litres)   700  
Water Tanks   155  
Range (Normal cruising speed) 262 Nm
Design Category            B  

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

Builder: The Boat Development Co Ltd, Cowes, Isle of Wight.

Year: 2017

Construction: GRP with light oak joinery


Twin Yanmar 6BY3 260 hp Engines. 191 kw @4000 rpm.

Maximum speed 28 knots.   Cruising speed 15 to 20knots.

Exhaust alarms.

1.5-inch Shaft drive 20 x 25 4-blade propellers including stripper rope cutters.

Vetus BP550 Bow thruster with joystick control.

Zipwake Interceptor system in place of trim tabs.


Stainless steel bow protection plate.

Flexiteek / stainless bathing platform complete with boarding ladder and dinghy ‘snap davits’ system.

Full pulpit rail.

Fenders and mooring warps.

Four man Plastimo canister liferaft.


Anchor with galvanised chain.

Electric windlass


Fuel capacity 700 litre in two Stainless steel tanks.

Inspection lids for tank cleaning.

Freshwater capacity 155 litre in aluminium tank.

Hot water calorifier 22 litre.

Holding Tank 110 litre with electric pump out and shore side outlet.

Vetus NSF No-smell Filter.


Two banks of twin 12 volt batteries with isolating selector switches. Voltmeters.

230V Shore power intake.

Victron 2000W independent inverter with separate dual bank battery charger when plugged into shore power.

Immersion heater in hot water tank.

3 x 240 volt sockets, one with usb outlets.

2 x Flexi reading lights at helm and navigation positions. (Red and white).

Eberspacher D2 heater.

Fresh water screen washers

Two electric demisters

LED cockpit light.


Plastimo 130 Compass with light

Navigation pack includes Raymarine 9 inch Es98 HybridTouch display, this  technology offers a choice of intuitive touch screen interaction with pinch-to-zoom or full keypad control with GPS, Evolution autopilot system, 18 inch Quantum Radar, 2x  depth, speed, log & wind via i70s colour displays, AIS Class B Transceiver & Ray60 VHF

Radar reflector.


Light oak joinery with satin finish

Grammer Avento Premium sport line suspension seats for helm and co-pilot

Tilt steering wheel and hydraulic adjustable foot rest at helm

Fire extinguisher, 2kg powder in wheelhouse and two automatic in engine bays. Fire blanket in galley

Heads with electric Jabsco WC, hand basin and shower.

The galley is located up in the wheelhouse:

Wallas diesel hob with cover

Built in fridge with light oak décor panel

Large drawers for galley stowage plus plate rack

Avonite work top

Stainless steel sink with draining basket, washing up bowl, maple chopping board and Avonite cover.

Pioneer MP3/CD/FM radio

Cockpit cushions and folding cockpit canopy in blue

Cockpit and some interior floors are Flexiteek. Carpet over sound-proofing in the wheelhouse

Three opening Lewmar Hatches with internal blinds and fly screens, two in the wheelhouse and one in the forward cabin

Seven opening round portlights in the heads and the forward cabin

Mattress in the forward cabin is a recent addition. Made by Ship Shape Bedding, it is very comfortable.

Drawers and cupboards fitted out for cutlery.

Forward cabin hatch with blind and fly screen. Access to chain locker.

Sony MP3/CD radio.

Cockpit cushions.

Cockpit canopy in blue.

Flexiteek to cockpit and interior floors.


  1. Boat hook
  2. Shore cable and cover
  3. 4 x scatter cushions in ship’s fabric
  4. Quilt and pillow cases in ship’s fabric
  5. Port light covers in ship’s fabric
  6. 6 x scatter cushions in cream with blue trim for saloon and cockpit
  7. Breton plotter
  8. Bags for storing cockpit removeable panels
  9. Cover for when the cockpit cover is lowered
  10. Bungs for keeping water out of the horn in winter
  11. Internal window covers for both the front and aft saloon windows. These have bags for stowage.
  12. Seaward melamine plates, mugs and bowls
  13. 6 blue cylindrical fenders and 1 matching spherical fender
  14. 2 sets of mooring warps. Liros 12mm warps for summer and 3-ply heavy warps for winter
  15. Life raft and stainless-steel life raft holder, not currently fitted to the transom.
  16. Rack for 4 cylindrical fenders, not currently fitted to the transom.
  17. Box of spares
  18. Ensign bracket fitted to transom steps. It is removable and adjustable and has a SS hex key.
  19. Brown non-slip protective mats in cockpit and forward cabin


Asking Price: £229,950 (VAT Paid)

Lying: Bucklers Hard Marina, Beaulieu, Hampshire

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


Contact: Nick Ward

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.