Seaward 29 ‘Cool Blue III’ (£189,000 VAT Paid) – Price Reduced!
This is a great example of the very capable Seaward 29. Built in 2015 and lovingly maintained by her owner she is presented in excellent condition. Cool Blue III was reviewed by Nick Burnham for Motor Boat and Yachting in 2016. You can see the video here.
Blue GRP hull. Red International Ultra 2 antifouling.
L.O.A: 8.96 m (29’ 4”)
Beam: 3.04 m (10’ 0”)
Draft: 0.86 m (2’ 10”)
Air Draft: 3.08 m (12’ 6”) o/a Aerials
Weight: 6000 lbs Dry load
Internal headroom: 6’ 2” (Fore cabin floor lowered).
BRITISH REGISTERED Reg. No. SSR 162211 (Expires 20/12/2021)
Hull ID No. GBSBD29037F515
Hull No: 29-037
Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, Isle of Wight.
Builder: The Boat Development Co Ltd, Cowes, Isle of Wight.
Construction: G.R.P. with oak joinery.
Twin Yanmar 6BY3 260 hp Engines. 191 kw @4000 rpm.
Maximum speed 28 knots. Cruising speed 15 to 20knots.
1.5-inch Shaft drive with PSS seals to 20 x 25 4-blade propellers including stripper rope cutters.
Serviced and winterised annually. Tubular heaters fitted in engine bays.
Vent fans fitted to engine bays.
Low Engine Hours – 300 at Sept. 2020.
Vetus BP550 Bow thruster with joystick control.
Bennett trim tabs.
Double glazed wind screens.
Stainless steel bow protection plate.
Treadmaster to side and foredeck.
Teak / stainless bathing platform complete with boarding ladder, 4 fender baskets, stainless framing for and including Plastimo Cruiser 4-man life raft. (Serviced 2018). Alternative system to snap davits designed for carrying dinghy together with teak block fixed to ladder rail for storing outboard within dinghy.
Additional stainless grab rails to cockpit.
Fenders and mooring warps.
Telescopic boat hook.
Horseshoe Lifebuoy roof mounted with Apollo Lifebuoy Light.
2 x Orange Ring Lifebuoys roof mounted.
Vetus NSF No-smell Filter.
Wavestream Bilge Water Filter.
Anchor with galvanised chain. (Not used by current owner).
Lewmar electric windlass
Fuel capacity 700 litre in two Stainless steel tanks.
Vetus Splash Stop fuel overflow prevention.
Freshwater capacity 155 litre in aluminium tank.
Seagull 1V X-1F General Ecology Drinking Water Purification System for heads.
Hot water calorifier 22 litre.
Holding Tank 40 litre in fibreglass with electric pump out.
Vetus NSF No-smell Filter.
Wavestream Bilge Water 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.
Sterling Galvanic Isolator.
Five 12-volt power take off sockets.
13 x 240 volt sockets. (3-pin mains).
Shaver socket and Vetus Extractor in heads.
2 x Flexi reading lights at helm and navigation positions. (Red and white).
Heavy Duty 12 Volt Socket in cockpit for dinghy inflation.
Eberspacher D2 heater.
Fresh water screen washers
External Tannoy including Automatic Fog Horn.
LED cockpit lights and blue mood lights.
Ray 70 DSC VHF radiotelephone built in with folding antenna, hailer and speaker and AIS linked to plotter.
Raymarine a95 Hybrid Touch updated to A127 with P319 transducer screen chart plotter with built in GPS and Radar. Addition of RD418D 4kW digital radar radome connected to chart plotter.
Raymarine Evolution p70R autopilot system with type 1 hydraulic drive.
Raymarine i50 Tridata display system (Depth, Speed and Log).
Raymarine to Yanmar interface boards (ECI 100)
Cyclops radar reflector.
Raymarine rear view camera.
Sleeps maximum 6. Vee berths forward. Double bunk in saloon. Short berth in saloon. 7-foot settee berth in cockpit.
Blue upholstery. Fitted window covers in wheel house popper type blue canvas. Blue porthole covers for forward cabin.
Carpet with acoustic to saloon. Teak floor to fore cabin.
KAB suspension seats in cream to helm and navigator’s positions.
Tilt steering wheel and hydraulic adjustable foot rest.
Man Overboard Rescue Sling roof mounted.
Ensign staff and red ensign.
3 Fire extinguishers plus two automatic to engine bays. Fire blanket for galley.
Quality light oak hardwood interior construction including pedestal table for saloon and cockpit plus two spare tables. Numerous extra wooden grab rails, hardwood fittings to galley, heads and wheelhouse including mug holders and special holder for glass decanter and 2 glasses.
Numerous hooks and net storage pockets.
Heads with electric Jabsco WC, hand basin and shower. Purified water (See above).
Diesel hob with Wallas hob cover.
Electrolux microwave / grill.
Stainless steel sink. Corian type worktops with hinged extension.
Isotherm Fridge with icebox.
Drawers and cupboards fitted out for cutlery.
Hanging locker with fitted chart container.
Forward cabin hatch with blind and fly screen. Access to chain locker.
Wheelhouse Hatches with blinds above helm and crew’s positions.
Finlux TV and DVD suspended above navigator position.
Sony MP3/CD radio with Pioneer speakers and controls to fore cabin and wheelhouse. VHF antenna. Cockpit speakers and Sony sub-woofer disconnected.
Cream cockpit cushions.
Cockpit canopy in blue designed for easier access both sides.
Cockpit rails and blue dodgers.
Teak to cockpit sole, locker lid and engine bay covers.
Regularly serviced and checked. She has always been marina berthed and stored ashore from November until March. Lifted annually for 5 days mid season for jet wash, stern gear cleaning and anode renewal.
Asking Price: £189,000 (VAT Paid)
Lying: Mercury Yacht Harbour, Hamble.
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: 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.