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  1. 1972 Seaglass Yachts Ketch Rig L.Frances Herreshoff design

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Starting at the foremost you will find a triple bunk berth, followed on the port side by a twin bunk berth with vanity and starboard a Sealand fresh water head seperate stall shower and plenty of cabinent space. Then you will find yourself in the main salon and dining area. With beautiful stained glass sliders and mirrored walls that adds space to an already spacious room. Next comes the galley on the port side and navagation station on the starboard. Behind this you step up to the interior helm and seating or you go back further and there is a double deep locker or closet followed by the master berth and private haed and shower. The master berth is island walk around stlye with plenty of drawers and cubbies for personal belongings. More pictures and specs available upon request.
    This is a large beautiful ship that has been meticulously maintained. It was featured in the December 2005 article of Latitudes and Attitudes and is in the same pristine condition.

    Equipment on Board:

    1com 1c-m700 ssb-Belcom VHF
    EMI apparent wind indicator-EMI apparent wind speed
    EMI electra magnetic log-2 Danforth compass
    Paloma on demand water heater
    Avon Redcrest dinghy 9’3″
    Yamaha 4SG outboard
    (2)Sealand fresh water heads
    Ward sails, new main & mizzen
    1com AT-120 antenna coupler
    Kohler 8cco AC generator 8kw
    Lewco 80 amp battery charger
    Raycor #500 fuel water separator system
    40 circuit electrical panel
    Raytheon Raynar 580 Loran
    Standard comm DS 45 depthsounder
    Sea Recovery SRC AM400 watermaker
    Lifesling man overboard system
    Furuno FAX208AN weather fax w/Navtex
    Admiral micrologic GPS
    Lo-Kata 406 EPIRB
    Furuno marine radar #1831
    Vikning UK liferaft


  2. 1972 Seaglass Yachts Ketch Rig L.Frances Herreshoff design

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Starting at the foremost you will find a triple bunk berth, followed on the port side by a twin bunk berth with vanity and starboard a Sealand fresh water head seperate stall shower and plenty of cabinent space. Then you will find yourself in the main salon and dining area. With beautiful stained glass sliders and mirrored walls that adds space to an already spacious room. Next comes the galley on the port side and navagation station on the starboard. Behind this you step up to the interior helm and seating or you go back further and there is a double deep locker or closet followed by the master berth and private haed and shower. The master berth is island walk around stlye with plenty of drawers and cubbies for personal belongings. More pictures and specs available upon request.
    This is a large beautiful ship that has been meticulously maintained. It was featured in the December 2005 article of Latitudes and Attitudes and is in the same pristine condition.

    Equipment on Board:

    1com 1c-m700 ssb-Belcom VHF
    EMI apparent wind indicator-EMI apparent wind speed
    EMI electra magnetic log-2 Danforth compass
    Paloma on demand water heater
    Avon Redcrest dinghy 9’3″
    Yamaha 4SG outboard
    (2)Sealand fresh water heads
    Ward sails, new main & mizzen
    1com AT-120 antenna coupler
    Kohler 8cco AC generator 8kw
    Lewco 80 amp battery charger
    Raycor #500 fuel water separator system
    40 circuit electrical panel
    Raytheon Raynar 580 Loran
    Standard comm DS 45 depthsounder
    Sea Recovery SRC AM400 watermaker
    Lifesling man overboard system
    Furuno FAX208AN weather fax w/Navtex
    Admiral micrologic GPS
    Lo-Kata 406 EPIRB
    Furuno marine radar #1831
    Vikning UK liferaft