Seaward 35 ‘Peel Truant” £149,500 VAT Paid
‘Peel Truant’ is the vessel featured in the now famous boat test photographs of the Seaward 35 ploughing through overfalls off St Martins Point (Guernsey). With the central companionway layout , this Seaward 35 can provide six comfortable berths and plenty of sociable seating. In the wheelhouse with its purposeful KAB suspensions seats is the well laid out helm station with a comprehensive selection of navigation equipment. Forward of this is the galley and dinette area along with the heads compartment and owners cabin with plenty of stowage lockers. All interior joinery is in traditional teak along with ivory Alcantara head and side linings and luxurious interior upholstery. This tough, semi-displacement craft is well equipped for long distance cruising in comfort and safety.
After testing the Seaward 35 in the overfalls off Guernsey, the Motor Boats Monthly boat test confirmed the sea-keeping qualities when they wrote: ‘The sea conditions through which we pushed the Seaward 35 would have forced most other boats of a similar size, and indeed many larger craft, down to a crawl. Worse, their occupants would have been turning green with seasickness or white with fright. For us these are perfect test conditions. Perfect that is if you are in a boat built for the job’.
LOA: 10.62 mtrs
Beam: 3.5 mtrs
Draft: 1.1 mtrs
Displacement Approx: 10.00 tonnes
Hull No: 35-001
Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, Isle of Wight.
Builder: Seaward Marine Ltd, Guernsey
Construction: G.R.P. with teak joinery
Mechanical Data: 2 x 350 hp Yanmar 6LY 6 cylinder series diesel engines fitted with IRM 220A 2.04:1 reduction hydraulic gearboxes driving 2 x 4 blade contra- rotating propellers on 1 3/4″ diameter stainless steelshafts giving maximum speed of 28 knots. Twin cast bronze airfoil rudders and trim tabs. Engine running hours: approx 750 hrs.
Location: Peel, Isle of Man,
Price: £149,500 (VAT paid)
The Seaward Nelson 35 has a proper engine room that is self contained below the wheelhouse floor. Easy access for routine checks and service is through a hinged hatch in the floor. The whole of the compartment is well insulated including under the engines. This compartment also contains the vessel’s batteries and seawater filters.Ventilation is by a series of large GRP shell type vents fitted to the sides of the superstructure. Three engine room lights are provided; these are switched on/off from the helm switch.
Fuel tank No.1 holds 143 gallons (650 litres).
Fuel tank No.2 holds 121 gallons (550 litres).
Each engine has its own primary and secondary fuel filter.
The fuel supply lines are fitted with an emergency cross connection valve. This valve is for use in the unlikely event one of the engines should break down and thus enable all the fuel on board to be available to the remaining engine.
There are inspection lids for tank cleaning.
Extras: Apart from the equipment provided with the standard Seaward 35, the craft includes the following:-
- Raytheon 6000 plus auto pilot with course computer and hydraulic drive
- Raytheon ST60 electronic compass display (uses sensor from auto pilot)
- St60 Tridata (Depth, Speed & Log)
- FLS II forward looking echo sounder
- Raytheon ST60 wind system
- 10″ LCD colour radar/chartplotter with 4kW Pathfinder Radome and Ray 112LP GPS sensor
- ICOM AIS transponder
- Icom M501 DSC VHF radio telephone
- Icom DS-100 controller for GMDSS operation of above radio telephone
- Electric directable spotlight
- Cyclops radar reflector
- ‘Bruce’ type anchor and chain
- Holding tank system with pump out to sea
- Sea Toilet (with changeover valve to pump out to sea or to holding tank)
- ‘Stripper’ type rope cutters
- Teak / stainless bathing platform with built-in swim ladder & extended boarding ladder
- Eberspacher ‘Airtronic’ 4kW hot air heating system with outlets in cabin, dinette, wheelhouse and shower
- 240 volt shore power supply
- 40 amp battery charging system
- GRP keel shoe for grounding
- Telescopic yacht grounding legs
- Weaver snap davits with extension arms to take dinghy
- Four burner gas hob
- Gas detector with automatic shut off valve
- Pair of KAB suspension seats for helm & navigator
- Trim tabs with L.E.D and digital indicators
- Liferaft and custom stowage bracket
- Stowage bracket for outoard motor
- Full cockpit canopy in navy canvas
- Inflatable tender (4 persons)
- Blue interior upholstery
Lying: Peel, Isle of Man
Viewing: By appointment via The Boat Development Co Ltd
Asking price: £149,500 (VAT Paid)
Selling Agents: The Boat Development Co Ltd, Prospect Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight PO31 7AD
Tel 01983-280333 EMAIL: email@example.com
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 contract or 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.