Hull No. 018, Sailcat, 33 feet extended to 37 feet.
Length: 37 ft
width:19 ft 05 in
depth: 3 ft 3 in
weight: 8,600 lbs
From the builder/dealer website:
"Designed to cope with the rugged and variable conditions of Australia's coastline, the Seawind 1000 is widely considered a great ocean going yacht due to design features such as flared hulls for additional buoyancy, triple (note: double in our case) point reefed mainsail to easily de-power, and foam core construction for additional strength, just to name a few."
We've loved the experiences and time we've spent on this boat in the last year, but reluctantly we have to sell due to personal reasons. The Seawind 1000 is an excellent liveaboard catamaran for the tropics and an excellent entertainment platform. For the daytime party, a large open foredeck with bench seating and two trampolines allow for great relaxation and unique views under sail. When you need to cool down, a drop down swim ladder mounted between the trampolines allows for easy access to the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas, the San Blas Islands of Panama, or the Australian Gold Coast. The approximately 13 ft x 13 ft bimini provides plenty of protection from the tropical sun, but if you still want to be in the water, grab a pool noodle and spend some time hiding between the hulls under the bridgedeck. For the traditional sundowner gatherings, the open cockpit and salon area allow half the anchorage to enjoy the rum punch or chilled beers with plenty of seating for everyone to view the green flash.
Valued at $141,000 during last year's pre-purchase survey, we're offering Sundog at $124,900 without a broker. As our phone isn't always turned on, please contact us via email if you have any questions or want to schedule a viewing.
The majority of the details listed below are believed to be accurate but are being confirmed and will be corrected as required.
ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT
Standing Headroom: Minimum 6'2" in the hulls and cockpit/salon.
Starboard Side: Double berth forward followed by a double bench with flip-up table.
Galley is midships with "Captain's Quarters" (double) aft.
Aft berth is currently set up as a "Garage", but can easily be converted back to a berth.
Port Side: Double berth forward followed by clothing closet.
The master berth is midships with head/shower aft.
The head is equipped with a Nature's Head composting unit.
Fans: Five 12 volt Hella fans, one in each berth and galley.
Refrigeration: SeaFrost holding plate system in approximately 6 cubic foot enclosure.
Stove: Tudor 2 burner propane stove with broiler, with emergency shut off valve/sensor.
Water: Pressurized system, GE SmartWater dual stage drinking water filtration system, from a 100 gallon tank.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Radar: Autohelm ST50 Plus.
VHF: New (July 2014) Standard Horizon with integrated GPS, which can be used as a backup unit.
Chartplotter: Garmin 198C, Standard Horizon CP170C.
Autopilot: Autohelm 6000 wheel pilot, spare Autohelm 4000 unit system.
Compass: One 4" compass at each steering station.
Stereo: Sony CD player, auxiliary input, four speakers.
Satellite Radio: Delphi XM receiver.
Model: Two Yamaha 9.9 HP, 323 cc, high thrust, long shaft, with in-line Racor 110A filters.
Fuel Tankage: One dedicated 12 gallon fuel tank for each engine.
Batteries: Lead acid, four x 110 Ah.
Solar Panels: Two 135 Watt Kyocera panels, Blue Sky Energy Solar Boost 2512iX MPPT controller with IPN ProRemote.
Inverter: Xantrex Freedom Marine 10 (1000 watt).
Shore Power Cord: 25 ft.
Lighting: Fluorescent cabin lighting, new replacement LED rail lights in storage when the fluorescent bulbs burn out. LED reading lights in master berth. Incandescent reading lights in forward double berths. LED (white and red) strip light above salon table. New (July 2014) LED bow navigation lights.
HULL & DECK EQUIPMENT
Hull: Fiberglass and foam composite, new (July 2014) bottom paint.
Anchors: (1) Mantus 45 lb on 300 ft of chain rode. (2) Delta 35 lb on chain and rope rode. (3) Fortress type anchor on rope rode.
Windlass: Simpson Lawrence Horizon 600.
Safety: Bow pulpits with rails and lifelines across the bow, side stanchions with lifelines.
Bimini/Enclosure: Sunbrella soft top from mast to arch, and full vinyl window enclosure from mast to steering stations.
Aft Deck: Stainless steel arch with integrated bench seating, BBQ, solar panels and dinghy davits.
Dinghy Davits: Manual with 3:1 purchase.
Dinghy: 2005 Caribe 10 ft MVP with 2005 9.8 HP four stroke Nissan.
Foredeck: Bench seating, retracting swim stair mounted between two trampolines.
RIGGING & SAILS
Mast: Tempo Spars Aluminum spar stepped on deck, double spreaders.
Standing Rigging: Majority 3/8" SS wire, new (Sep. 2014) mast diamonds (i.e., spreader wires).
Main Sail: Composite, square top, two reef points, new (Nov. 2013) Mack Pack and jack lines.
Jib: Dacron, Self-tacking, roller furling, UV protection. Extra jib.
Screecher: Asymmetrical on 5 ft bowsprit, Facnor roller furling, UV protection.
Spinnaker: Symmetrical, in snuffing chute.
Winches: Two Lewmar ST40's.
Running Rigging: All running rigging led back to the cockpit for safe sail handling.
OTHER EQUIPMENT & FITTINGS
Air Conditioning: Window/Hatch mounted, for use with shore power.
Fire Extinguishers: Three, mounted in cockpit & midships in each hull.