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 airs, stable, and surprisingly stiff
Handmade by American craftsmen, 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"
Displacement: 14,900 pounds
Ballast: 5,800 pounds Lead
Keel style: modified full
Sail area: ketch: 555 s.f.
Fuel: 40 gallons
Water: 60 gallons
Bridge clearance: 43ft.
Ripple comes with a Cape Horn wind vane, new main and mizzen sail, Ideal manual windless with new pads, two anchors with chain and rode, Heart 2500 inverter charger, Westerbeke A30 diesel engine with 2600 hrs and new starter and alternator, Hillrange two burner propane stove with oven and two new deep cycle marine batteries. She has just completed a 5 day single-handed offshore passage from Moorhead City, NC to Jacksonville, FL. She needs some TLC, mainly re-bedding of all deck hardware, completion of some non-structural cabinetwork below as well as deck repainting.
Just a short note to tell you that Allied Seawind 32 #100 has sold and to thank you for all you do. My prayers are with you during your struggles with cancer.
Fair Winds and Following Seas