About this Sailboat:
The Seidelmann 37S is a quick, light displacement sailboat. In addition to being exciting to sail it is a large, roomy live aboard with plenty of storage space and a 6′ 6″ headroom in the main cabin.
This boat is a U.S. Coast Guard Documented Vessel.
I’ve owned the boat for 15 years and have found it very easy to maintain. Almost all of the equipment is easily accessible and dependable. I’ve always kept a dehumidifier on board so there is no mildew, rust or humidity problems. All the external corners on the boat are curved so wash down is easy. After living aboard for 7 years the boat was moved to Indiantown for dry storage and 5 years later returned to the water and docked in Vero Beach where it is now. The sailboat in general is in above average condition with new main sail and jib. Great boat at a good price.
Equipment on Board:
Universal (Kubota) Diesel 25HP 3 cylinder engine –
2 polyethylene fuel tanks, 26 gal and 18 gal –
2 fresh water tanks, 75 gal and 25 gal –
Hot and cold pressure water system –
Hot water heater, electric and engine heated –
Electric head with 14 gallon holding tank with Y valve –
2 GEL batteries –
Statpower battery charger –
Statpower 1500 watt inverter –
2 solar powered ventilation fans –
110 volt refrigeration with 3 dual circuit holding plates, 1 refrigeration and 2 freezer –
Marine air conditioning, 9.000 BTU –
Autohelm 3000 autopilot –
Fortress FX-16 anchor and rode –
2 new sails, 1 main with 2 reef points and 1 roller furling 130% jib –
Profurl NC-42 roller furling