1978 Gulfstar 44MC
We have sold SEASEA to a great couple. Her new name is Glorious Dei. If you see them, tell them hello from us.
Extremely “Liveable” boat. Perfect for long range cruising and living aboard.
Twin Perkins 200 TI engines. Repowered in 1998. 3000 Hours - Injectors rebuilt at 2900 hrs.
Velvet drive transmissions, PSS dripless shaft seals and spare props
Very efficient full displacement hull (Avg 2.73 mpg over 1200 mile trip). After injector rebuild, we are now getting 3 mpg.
Full length keel for running gear protection
Bottom Paint 11/10 - 2 Coats Micron Extra
2005 Survey available (no blisters – Epoxy Barrier coated hull)
500 Gallon Fuel, 250 Gallon Fresh Water & 100 Gallon Holding in centerline fiberglass tanks
15kw Onan generator in sound shield
Large aft sundeck with custom hard enclosure. Go from salon to flybridge out of the weather.
U-Line combo icemaker/refrigerator on aft deck
Full size household refrigerator/freezer in galley
Beautiful all teak interior
Large V berth forward with hanging locker and plenty of storage
Large forward head with separate stall shower
Full width Master Stateroom aft with centerline walk around queen bed
In-suite aft head with separate tub/shower
Curved staircase to aft stateroom provides visual privacy
Washer/Dryer (Household stack unit)
Spacious engine room with standing head room
Automatic Halon fire suppression system in engine room and generator room
Two 16k BTU Reverse cycle Air Conditioning/Heating systems
Upper & Lower helm stations with Furuno radar, Twin VHF radios with wireless remote mics, twin depth sounders, Benmar autopilot, Glendinning Synchronizer
2.5kw Inverter/Charger, Xantrex truecharge 40 battery charger
11’ Avon Dinghy with 15hp Evinrude stores on sundeck roof with electric winch on davit.
Wide side decks for comfort and safety with underdeck storage.
Ideal anchor windlass with 45# CQR and 200 ft 3/8 BBB all chain rode.
New (2008) top and zippers on flybridge enclosure (stitched with Goretex Tenara thread)
SEASEA at anchor in St. John's River
At anchor in Georgian Bay Canada
Large foredeck for lounging
or just riding. Note deckboxes for storage or seating.
Full keel and displacement hull = running gear protection and efficiency.
Survey says.... No moisture in deck. Surveyer using moisture meter.
Full hull and mechanical surveys performed.
Standing head room engine room. I don't have a good shot of the engine room but I am standing here between the engines.
Large enclosed aft sundeck. This was the gathering place during our loop trip whether at anchor or while in marinas.
Comfortable flying bridge seating space.
Wide side decks offer comfort and safety at anchor or under way. Inside salon there is storage on both sides under these decks.
Forward "V" berth. Note hanging locker and private doorway to forward head.
Forward head with separate "stall" shower. Unusual on this size boat. Head has two doors, one from galley and the other from "V" berth for privacy for guests.
Comfortable salon. View is from companionway to aft deck looking forward. Lower helm is on right and galley is down.
Stack household washer/dryer. We did, and do, use it on our trips.
Aft "Master" stateroom. This room is as large as the sundeck above. Curved staircase from salon affords privacy for aft stateroom.
Storage space on both sides of queen bed as well as storage under bed. There are additional hanging lockers in the aft stateroom. One double door hanging locker in suite and one single door hanging locker opposite the washer/dryer in companionway.
Aft head with tub.
Line Drawing of interior spaceYou can see our trip on the Great Loop on our blog at http://www.mvseasea.blogspot.com/ and other information at http://www.mvseasea.com/.
SEASEA is currently for sale for $135,000 and is berthed at Lamb's Yacht Center in Jacksonville, FL
For further information please contact us at 706-543-1191 or by email at email@example.com
Paul & Stacy Brannon