This comfortable live aboard cruising yacht has just returned from the Caribbean. Fully equipped and ready to go again with full galley inventory, several sets of linen and bedding and pilot books from Maine to Grenada. Set up for independent cruising with enough solar power to keep the fridge cold, run essentials and the odd laptop too.
During the past 5 years we have been spending on average 6 months a year on the boat, cruising the east coast and the islands whilst caring for, updating and keeping on top of essential maintenance. We are now returning to work to save for the next adventure and would rather pass on Sea Gal to a new loving owner than leave her to deteriorate in storage.
We have just hauled the boat and are giving her a fresh bottom job and top side paint, so she that she will look her best for you in the Bahamas this winter.
Boat Name : Sea Gal
Designer: Charles Morgan
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
LOA: 41 ft 3 in
Beam: 13 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 2 in
Displacement: 27000 lbs
Ballast: 9000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 60 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 4 in
Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine Model: 4-154
Year Built: 1983
Engine Hours: 7100
Total Power: 54 HP
Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Single Lever Engine Control
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
New cutlass bearing 2009
New high power 94 amp alternator 2013
Filters: Regularly changed and logged
Engine room access from hall companionway and aft head.
Fresh Water Tanks (2) Integral 200 Gallons
Holding Tanks: Plastic 20 Gallons
Fuel (2) Integral 100 Gallons
Number of single berths: 2 (Port saloon and walkthrough)
Number of double berths: 3 (Forepeak, aft cabin and convertible saloon table)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
The 13'10" beam makes it very spacious in the interior.
Forward cabin with V-berth, hanging locker, privacy door, and spacious head with shower and sink. Saloon has settee to port and L-shaped seating with fold down dining table to starboard. Galley to starboard, and nav station opposite. Aft cabin is accessible through companionway or walkthrough passageway. Walkthrough has nav station/work area and small berth, electrical panels and doors to large engine compartment. Aft cabin has a large double berth, hanging locker, two shelved cupboards and private head with shower and sink. Teak interior.
14 opening ports
2 transom opening ports
5 deck hatches, aft cabin, galley, two saloon and forecabin.
All interior wood teak oiled, all headlining refurbished with anti-mould paint, teak & holly cabin sole covered with carpet (new 2009)
Anti-fouled Jan 2013, no blisters.
The solid fiberglass hull is hand laid. In no load areas it is cored. There is a full keel that is internally ballasted with a keel attached rudder. An internal hull flange joins the deck to the hull, plus the deck is thru-bolted. After that, a slotted aluminum toe rail is attached.
Solenoid shut off, with two 10lb LPG tanks in locker on aft deck
Adler-Barbour 12V Refrigeration compressor (2008) with water-cooling option.
Oval cooling plate makes small freezer compartment.
Additional insulated cool box under chart desk.
Stainless steel double sink
Hot and cold pressurised water. Surflow Extreme 4.0 (2009)
Carbon filtration system for all the water outlets.
Immersion heater 6 gal heated by engine & shore power.
Rigging and Sails
Two masts with external chainplates, double backstays on main mast, standing rigging replaced with Stalock terminals, Harken mk2 roller furling, lazy Jacks on Mainsail and Mizzen. A double spreading main mast, a keel stepped rig and keel stepped mizzen. This Out Island 416 design incorporated an 8' taller, more powerful rig than her predecessors to better take advantage of light air sailing.
New North Sails battened main 2009
Furling 120% genoa in good working condition
Mizzen in working condition
Spare 150% genoa - fair condition
New sail covers 2011
Genoa and main halyards replaced 2010
2 Lewmar #48 two-speed primary winches
2 Lewmar #8 single speed winches (mizzen and reef)
2 Lewmar #16 two-speed halyard winches
Simpson Lawrence 555 manual windlass
Main anchor 66lb Bruce 140’ 3/8 chain 100’ rope.
Second anchor 40lb Danforth 65’ 3/8 chain 200’ rope.
Third anchor Barnacle with 20’ chain 60’ rope.
Stainless steel destroyer wheel at helm, stitched leather cover.
Hynautics Hydraulic Steering
6 matching fenders.
Many mooring lines including 4 large storm lines.
Cockpit cushions, recovered with Phistex 2010
Bimini cockpit shade (2011)
Integral stack packs, custom made 2011
Horseshoe life buoy
Custom made Jacklines (2010)
Anchor/deck washdown system installed 2010.
Double lifelines w/ bow, midship, and stern gates and teak swim ladder
Ritchie steering compass
Icom 502A VHF with DSC
Command Mic remote on binnacle for VHF
Lowrance 6500c chart plotter on Binnacle with charts for East USA, Carribean, S.America and Med.