During her lifetime, this classic Sparkman & Stephens motorsailer has cruised extensively throughout the Caribbean, the Med, the East and West coasts of the U.S. and as far West as the Galapagos Islands. Her easy to handle ketch rig with centerboard configuration, in combination with her excellent liveaboard characteristics, large covered deckhouse, raised salon, spacious engine room, and lovely owner and guest accommodations make her an exceptionally comfortable, safe and versatile bluewater cruiser. Having had her main rig replaced and a new pocket boom installed in the summer and fall of 2011, SEA ANGEL is pointing higher and sailing faster than ever before!! Now with the ability to remove her inner forestay, the ease of tacking her 130% Genoa is "fantastic"! Owner has priced SEA ANGEL very realistically with the intent of selling her soon. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity!
- Steps lead from the forward starboard side of the deckhouse to the bright and spacious salon below. There are three large windows to port and starboard, three ports across the forward section of the house and two opening overhead hatches which give this area a great deal of light (and fresh air if so desired). The salon is finished in teak paneling with high gloss teak moldings and trim. Across the forward end is a custom built wet bar and storage cabinet for glasses, and table linens. The wet bar has a gold plated sink and faucet. Adjacent to this is an entertainment center which can be hidden from sight by a teak, louvered roll down cover. The entertainment center has a 25" Toshiba flat screen TV with VHS and DVD, a Sony CD changer, CD controller and Alpine CD Shuttle, as well as storage for CD's and videos. On the port side of the salon is a built-in, "L" shaped settee with tan cushions and upholstery (separate set of covers for settee cushions when yacht is in yard mode). There is a varnished hi-lo table here that can be enlarged to accommodate up to eight for dining. The sole is varnished teak and holly. There is a teak grab rail overhead. On the forward starboard side of the salon are two teak cabinets with sliding louvered doors. The forward one is used for china storage, the aft for ship's manuals and files. At the aft starboard corner is a small writing desk/office which can be used as a computer station.
- OWNER AND GUEST ACCOMMODATIONS
- A four-step companionway leads from the centerline aft to the guest and owners' accommodations below. Here the yacht is finished in an off-white linen textured wall covering Moldings and door frames are varnished teak, and all hardware is brass. Doors have painted white louvers which are framed with teak moldings. Starting aft, along the companionway to port and starboard, are identical twin berth staterooms. Both have a handsome, built-in teak bureau, with marble inlaid top, between the berths and a large mirror, teak drawers beneath the berths, and a cedar lined hanging locker (also fitted with louvered doors to allow air to circulate). Door handles and other hardware here are beautiful solid brass. At the aft end of both staterooms are ensuite heads with showers. Each head has a Corian sink and Corian counter top, gold plated Sheryl Wagner fixtures, Vacuflush toilet, and teak and holly sole. Carpeting here and throughout the guest and owners accommodations is very high quality, white wool. All the way aft is the extremely comfortable and spacious master stateroom. It has a queen centerline berth with large drawers underneath, two cedar lined hanging lockers to port and starboard with louvered door panels, a wrap-around vanity with chair to starboard and matching wrap-around desk with chair to port. The desk has an ICOM M710 SSB. Above the desk to port is a teak cabinet with louvered roll away top which houses a Panasonic TV, a Sony DVD/VCR and a Sony CD player. Adjacent is a louvered cabinet that can be locked which extends to the overhead and has shelves for storage. Aft of the desk to port and the vanity to starboard are built-in bureaus each with 4 drawers. At the very aft end of the master stateroom are ensuite his and her heads with a shared tub/shower in between them. Both heads have Corian sinks and counter tops, teak storage cabinets, mirrors, cupboards with louvered doors for linens and handsome, gold plated Sheryl Wagner fixtures. There are two large opening overhead hatches here as well as two opening ports on each side. Adjacent to the port hatch is a foldaway ladder which can be used as an emergency escape egress.
- FORWARD ACCOMMODATIONS
- A curved stairway leads from the forward starboard corner of the main salon to the galley, engine room and crew's quarters below. The engine room is accessed via a door from the aft end of the lower companionway. Located under the main salon, it is extremely spacious for a sailboat of this size and has approximately 5'5" headroom. The main engine is mounted on the centerline. There is a 36 kW Northern Lights generator outboard to starboard and a 20 kW Kilopak outboard to port. At the forward end of the engine room is the main electrical panel (see Engine and Electrical for inventory of equipment). Forward of the engine room entrance and to port is the large, well ventilated galley. On the outboard side are deep double stainless steel sinks. Along the aft bulkhead and below the counter are a holding plate refrigerator with two front loading doors and a freezer (also front loading). The counter is finished in white Corian and has a fiddle which makes it an excellent working space whether at anchor or at sea. Above the counter are large cabinets for storage. Opposite, mounted on the forward bulkhead of the galley, is a Viking 4-burner stove with oven. Above it is a microwave. Adjacent to the stove is a small portable dishwasher on top of a storage cabinet with drawers underneath. Over the stove there is a large opening hatch and over the sink is an opening port. Opposite the galley to starboard is an upper and lower berth stateroom with drawers under the lower berth and a hanging locker. There is an opening overhead hatch here as well as an opening port. This stateroom and all of the crew quarters are finished in oak. Immediately forward of the galley on the port side of the companionway are a Bosch washer and dryer. Adjacent is a crew ladder which leads up to the foredeck. Opposite is a crew dinette with file drawers under the seats. Further along the companionway to port is the captain's cabin with an upper & lower berth. The lower berth here is wider than in the other crew cabins. In addition this cabin has drawers under the lower berth, additional built-in drawers, a hanging locker, opening port, and (2) deck prisms. Just forward to starboard is the crew head with sink and shower. The shower is shared with a second head which is located immediately forward. All the way forward to port is another upper & lower bunk cabin. It has storage underneath the lower berth, two cabinets, a hanging locker, small overhead opening hatch and an opening port. All cabin doors and cabinet doors in the crews' quarters are louvered and there is excellent headroom throughout.
- NAVIGATION STATION
- Dell Dimension 4600C computer with 15" display running Nobletec Visual Nav Suite Robertson AP-45 autopilot with rudder angle indicator Furuno 96-mile ARPA radar Furuno LS-4100 echo sounder (2011) (2) ICOM IC-710 SSB radios with PACTOR3 email interface SEA 156 VHF radio (1) Hand-held VHF radio (1) Northstar 951-X DGPS chart plotter (1) 406 MHz EPIRB (1) 406 GPS EPIRB B&G analog wind speed indicator instruments and (2) B&G FFD units KVH Tracphone Mini M SATCOM with voice, fax and data (2) Flux Gate compasses SEAHAIL loud hailer
- DECKHOUSE / WHEELHOUSE
- SEA ANGEL's large, covered deckhouse has isinglass curtains on three sides, a fixed windshield forward and an opening overhead hatch which makes this an ideal area for relaxing, eating, and navigating in any sort of weather. Across the aft end there is wrap-around seating with two varnished tables (additional varnished custom table top stored under the chart drawers can be fitted easily to provide comfortable dining for up to 8 people). To port and starboard on the outboard sides of the wheelhouse are doors which lead to the sidedecks. The helm station, forward, has a built-in chart table with six drawers (port side), full electronics with wheel steering and a helmsman's chair on the centerline. To starboard of the helm is the companionway to the main salon below. Adjacent and starboard of the companionway is a built-in teak cabinet with Scotsman icemaker and Compact refrigerator. Overhead in the deckhouse are two stainless steel grab rails, (4) Cybernet speakers and (6) Halogen lights.
- ENGINE ROOM
- Single Mercedes diesel, completely rebuilt in summer of 2006, (Work done at Fairhaven Shipyard, Fairhaven, MA.) and engine awlgripped. All injectors pulled and bench tested 2010. Hours as of November 2011 are 8,404. Consumption: 8.5 knots using 6.7 gph=2,182 nm range. Engine headroom is 5'3" New stainless steel main engine exhaust by National Marine Exhaust, 2011 Chilled water reverse cycle AC and heating system Richfield 50 hp bow thruster Marine Gear Twin Disc MG509 Flo-Scan fuel monitoring system interfaced with GPS Halon fire control system Hundested variable pitch model VP5-FROA propeller, 3-blade, 36" diameter (2) Sea Recovery, Aqua Whisper watermakers - total 2400 g.p.d. Fuel filters Engine fuel shut-off valve Engine temperature alarm Emergency engine stop Fume detector Single lever control Manual wheel steering TANKAGE: Forward centerline: 220 US gallons/832 liters Port forward: 310 US gallons/1,173 liters Starboard forward: 310 US gallons/ 1,173 liters Port aft: 440 US gallons/1,665 liters Starboard aft: 440 US gallons/1,665 liters Total: 1,720, US gallons/6,511 liters Water: (4) Aluminum: Port forward tank: 375 Starboard forward tank: 375 Port aft tank: 376 Starboard aft tank: 376 Total Water = 1,502 gallons Holding: (2) Aluminum: (1) Forward - 78 gallons (1) Aft - 100 gallons Sump: (2) Aluminum: (1) Forward - 25 gallons (1) Aft - 25 gallons
- ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
- 24-Volt DC system 110/220-volt AC shore power system with (2) 50-amp inputs (1-50/60 cycle, 1-60 cycle) Main and generator starting batteries, rated 24-volts, 220 AH at 20-hour rate Ship's lighting and power batteries, rated 24-volts, 2200 AH, 20-hour rate: ( 120-amp, belt driven alternator on the main engine for the 24-volt DC system and (1) 50-amp alternator on main engine for 24-volt DC system. (1) Kilopak 20 kW generator - new 2005. Hours to November 2011 are 6,612. Northern Lights 36 kW auxiliary generator, rebuilt 2003. Hours since MOH 3,980 Hours to November 2011 are 18,460. Injectors serviced 2010 2000 Global Power Converter GP2126-CO (180-520V), 2000 (1) Xantrex 4000 watt inverter (new April 2005) Ample power battery monitoring system
- Zodiac 14' RIB with Yamaha 50 hp outboard Guardian Solas A, 8-man life raft 2010 Windlass - dual rope & chain capstans 180 lb. CQR on roller with 610' chain Danforth 120 lb. anchor spare Compact fridge and icemaker in pilothouse (2) Man Overboard modules Side stanchions with lifelines Fenders with lines Personal flotation devices Spreader lights Navigation lights Saltwater wash down system Mast head "up" lights Bow pulpit with rails Isinglass curtains in pilothouse, 2004 (1) Swim ladder (1) Folding alloy passerelle Articulated boarding staircase
- HULL CONSTRUCTION
- SEA ANGEL's hull is of all electric welded aluminum construction, reportedly 5083-H1116. This designation was seen on a few of the plates. She is built on 57 frames. Frame 1 is the furthest frame forward in the bow and 57 is the furthest frame aft in the lazarette. The framing spacings vary from 16-1/4" to 18 1/2" on centerline. The floor frames are 3/8" plate with a 2" flange in the way of the mast step and high load areas. Other floor frames are 5/16" plate. The tank tops are 1/4" plate. Her keel plating and garboard plate are 1/2" plate. The next plate up is 3/8" and then the topsides are 5/16".
- PAINT, DECKS AND CENTERBOARD
- New Awlgrip paint 2011 topsides New SeaHawk bottom paint, including epoxy barrier coat - 2011 Decks re-caulked 2010 Alloy centerboard removed, sandblasted to bare metal, refaired, epoxy barrier coat. (3) coats of Seahawk Mission Bay bottom paint applied
- SAILS AND RIGGING
- Summer and fall of 2011 replaced main rig: New Sparcraft 2-spreader Alloy mast with Harken Switchtrack Custom James Betts Carbon fiber pocket boom New Navtec rod rigging New Harken hydraulic genoa furler New Harken inner forestay tensioner to allow for quick removal of IFS to tack Genoa Navtec hydraulic backstay and main boom vang Rondal mizzen stowaway master serviced 2008. Standing rigging replaced 2008. Mast pulled out in 2010, two halyards replaced and 5 sheaves replaced. SAILS: New Doyle full batten mainsail - 2011 130% Genoa, 2000 MPS Staysail - converted to hank on to enable quick removal for tacking Genoa, 2011 Mizzen, 2000 Mizzen staysail WINCHES: All winches are by Lewmar, some hydraulic. These are designated with an "H" (2) 98H, 3-speed primary winches (2) 65 Running backstays Mizzen mast, 3 X 48, 1 X 43 Foredeck, 3 X 65 Main sheet 1 X 65H Main halyard 1 X 65H Mainmast (2) Lewmar 65ST Rondal mizzen furler and Harken genoa furler driven by Lewmar Commander hydraulic power pack Lewmar back-up system for windlass
- ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
- Charts & tools Cruising guides (2) Medical oxygen tanks (2) 40 lb. propane tanks Internal fish cleaning compartment on aft deck Storm windows for salon Full sun awning for mizzen (4) Teak chairs and (2) tables for aft deck Dinnerware, assorted serving platters and serving bowls, dayware, carafes, glasses, acrylic white wine glasses, flatware BBQ propane grill
- During her lifetime, this classic Sparkman & Stephens motorsailer has cruised extensively throughout the Caribbean, the Med, the East and West coasts of the U.S. and as far West as the Galapagos Islands. Her easy to handle ketch rig with centerboard configuration, in combination with her excellent liveaboard characteristics, large covered deckhouse, raised salon, spacious engine room, and lovely owner and guest accommodations make her an exceptionally comfortable, safe and versatile bluewater cruiser. Having had her main rig replaced and a new pocket boom installed in the summer and fall of 2011, SEA ANGEL is pointing higher and sailing faster than ever before!! Now with the ability to remove her inner forestay, the ease of tacking her 130% Genoa is "fantastic"! Owner has priced SEA ANGEL very realistically with the intent of selling her soon. Don't miss this exceptional opportunity!
- Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed. San Blas Islands Molas in salon and master stateroom Watercolor in main salon Bauer dive compressor
- LLC WORDING
- This yacht is owned by a Limited Liability Corporation (LLC) and any interested party should consult a Maritime Attorney to discuss potential tax saving benefits.
- Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice. .
- For complete details, contact Central Agent Tom Corkett at (949) 642-5735 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org