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1977 ALLIED Seawind II

13 February, 2013 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

1977 Allied/Wright Seawind II “MIST”

Live the dream in a respected World Cruiser. These boats are well built and will safely transport you to the keys or across the Oceans.

The Seawind II, with its long keel and medium displacement, provides maximum directional stability and superior performance on all points of sail, especially to windward. She’s fast even in light air and stable in ruff seas. These boats made history when one of them hit a whale in the Indian Ocean and survived the experience. The Seawind II is built to exceed Lloyds AAA specifications

Standard features include:

solid fiberglass construction with end-grain balsa-cored deck and cabin top
all fittings through-deck bolted with back-up plates and S.S. washers
solid bronze seacocks
Edson rack-and-pinion steering system
extra heavy-duty extruded aluminum rub rail
head-shower with separate vanity
full engine instrumentation

Designer: Thomas Gillmer
Overall length: 31’7″
Waterline length: 25’6″
Beam: 10’5″
Draft: 4’6″
Displacement: 14,900 pounds
Ballast: 5,800 pounds Lead
Keel style: modified full
Sail area: ketch: 555 s.f.
Headroom: 6’2″
Fuel: 40 gallons, with electric gauge.
Water: 60 gallons
Bridge clearance: 43ft.

Equipment on Board:

Mist comes equipped with :
Original owners manual, original engine owners and maint. manuals. various other documentation and receipts.
This is a Documented Vessel #584426
Cape Horn Self Steer Wind Vane
NEW Main and Mizzen Sails, plus more sails in usable condition per sail-loft.
Roller furling jib.
Manual windless with new pads.
Two Anchors with chain and rode, One CQR on Nylon and One Delta Type w/150 of 3/8 chain.
West Marine Battery Charger.
12 volt Solar panel.
Westerbeke A30 diesel engine with 2700 hrs with recent (2010) starter and alternator.
New Beckson Opening Portlights 2010 (see Mist Homepage for details)
Hillrange two burner Stainless propane stove with oven ,With Remote Solenoid Shut off.
Two Ships batteries.
Garmin GPS. with memory card included. has eastern gulf of mexico installed.
NavMan Vhf and Antenna replaced 2 yrs ago along with coax to mast.
NavMan Depth/fishfinder.
Alpine Am/Fm /Cd player . Antenna on Mizzen masthead.
Spare engine belts and extra hoses in v-berth storage area.
6 life vests port cockpit locker
Horseshoe life ring on port stern rail , with 50ft line.
LifeSling 1 ,on starboard stern rail, with line. (has new bag for lifesling 2)
5 step folding boarding ladder with portside mounts.
Ritchie Constallation compass.
Raritan PHII with Lectrosan MSD Head.
Adler Barbour 12 reefer
Racor 500 on cabin heater with 12v pump (fuel line not connected)
Dual Racor 500 with gauge with 12v pump on main engine fuel supply
Nikon 10X50 binoculars in mount in cabin
2 Brass Oil Lanterns in mounts in cabin and fwd v-berth area.
Newport Diesel fuel cabin heater (port bulkhead fwd)
FloJet Pressure water pump 50#
Tusnami 1000gph 12v bilge pump with float switch.
Whale manual bilge pump in Cockpit.
Hurth #10 spare transmission included.
Flare Gun and hand held flares (up to date 2012)
First Aid kit behind Mirror fwd Sink area.
Windsock for foward hatch.
2 Awning 10 x 11 and a 6 x6 awning.
Bimini in cockpit 8 X 8
50FT Shore power cable.
Triatic Stay has been modified to be adjustable from cockpit (no need to climb mast).
Also Main Mast has climbing steps to 8′ above spreaders.

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