Seawind 1000 XL - “Mariah II ”

Seawind 1000 XL - “Mariah II ”

This beautiful Seawind 1000XL is better than any painted wagon for exploring the West. Mariah has explored from the tip of the Baja Peninsula to the tip of the Kenai Peninsula and is ready to do it again. She has all of the gear for extended cruisng. I was with her on the 2009 Baja Haha and loved sailing her. She dealt with big swells and some pretty good winds with aplomb. You'll see how well behaved she is in the videos. She has plenty of reserve buoyancy and a great turn of speed (even with 5 big guys aboard). Her twin helms are protected yet provide great visibility. She lives big with her combined salon cockpit (that converted king-size dinette is the best bunk on a beautiful evening at anchor) providing great social space. Her aft centered BBQ on the targa is great for cooking and entertaining. And she has a wonderful interface with the water from both transoms as well as the forward ladder when warm waters invite.

These Seawind 1000 XLs have a quasi-owner's layout with the port hull having an owner's double bunk amidships and an additional bow bunk. The head is aft to port and is one of the biggest you'll ever see on a relatively small cat. Starboard is the galley amidships, a forward bow bunk, and an aft cabin. You'll be surprised by how much room there is aboard - even when you're below. You'll also be surprised at her capabilities. She's upstream and upcurrent of the entire Pacific and waiting for another voyage South.

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LOA: 35'
TYPE: Seawind
MODEL: 1000 XL
YEAR: 2008
USD: $235,000
LYING: Alaska
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Managing Broker
Matthew Dunning

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Keel: Other
Hull Shape: Catamaran

LOA: 35 ft 5 in
Beam: 19 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Dry Weight: 10000 lbs

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: 9.9 High Thrust
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Engine(s) Total Power: 9 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yamaha
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: 9.9 High Thrust
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Engine/Fuel Type: Gas/Petrol
Location: Port
Engine(s) Total Power: 9 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (105 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (13 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (25 Gallons)

Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 1

Equipment & Specifications

LOA: 35 ft 5 in
Beam: 19 ft 5 in
LWL: 34 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 3 in
Displacement: 12100 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 2 ft 5 in

Engine Brand: Yamaha
Engine(s) Total Power: 20 HP
Engine Model: 9.9
Engine Type: Outboard 4S
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Year Built: 2008

Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (55 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (13 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 (23 Gallons)
Number of twin berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of heads: 1

Wind speed and direction
Navigation center
GPS2nd Stand-alone GPS plotter remote depth finder

Radar Detector
TV set
DVD player
CD player
Cockpit speakers

Fully battened mainsail
Furling genoa
Furling gennaker on sprit
Asymmetric spinnaker

Steering wheel
Electric winch

Inside Equipment
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger
Hot water heater (currently uninstalled)
Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V all on breakers & renewed fuses to US standards

4 Cabin Fans

Outside Equipment/Extras
Solar panel

400 Watt Wind Generator

Voltage monitor at Nav Center
Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Electric windlass
RIB Dinghy
Dinghy Outboard 20 hp Mercury
All Spares on-board at time of inspection

Window Covers and Screens

Bimini Top
Genoa cover
Lazy bag

Manufacturer Provided Description

In 1994, Seawind Catamarans launched the first Seawind 1000. A 35 foot cruising catamaran with a unique design and modern lines. In that same year, the Seawind 1000 won the 'Australian Cruising Boat of the Year', the first time such an award had been bestowed on a Catamaran. Since then over 100 boats have travelled down the Seawind 1000 production line and into the hands of their new owners, anxious to begin cruising on their new dream boat. Designed to cope with the rugged and variable conditions of Australia?s coastline, the Seawind 1000 is widely considered a great ocean going yacht due to design features such as flared hulls for additional buoyancy, triple point reefed mainsail to easily de-power, and foam core construction for additional strength, just to name a few. However the Seawind 1000 is also one of the best designs for entertaining guests or taking the family sailing as a result of the uniquely designed cockpit and saloon.

Additional Description
  • Dining table: F/G in centre cockpit. Folds down to create double bed.

Additional Description

Interior Finish

  • American Oak used for interiors.
  • Slides and cabin top lined with frontrunner carpet and vinyl.
  • Common area - soles timber - teak with holly inlay. Finished in high gloss two pack polyurethane (Estapol) finish ? four coats..
  • Cabin soles carpet.
  • Cockpit cushion seats and backrests in Saloon

Sleeping Cabins

  • Solid doors on all private cabins
  • Mattresses to be 4" foam upholstered
  • Cabins lined
  • Storage/Cupboards
  • Port cabin has Dickenson Propane Heater


  • Solid lockable door.Oak/Ash/Cedar exterior finish with waterproof laminex interior finish
  • Electric head.
  • 25 Gallon Holding Tank w/overboard discharge and deck pumpout
  • Pipes, skin fittings and seacocks to be easily accessible and to meet MSB survey requirements
  • Vanity basin with pressure fresh water
  • Fresh water shower with flexible hand-held hose
  • Watersaver Cruiser's Shower stowed aft of the head
  • Electric shower bilge pump with direct overboard discharge
  • Cupboard/shelves to very high quality

Additional Description
  • Custom made electrical switch panel with circuit breakers. Very high quality throughout.
  • Tinned wire used throughout.
  • 2 x heavy duty batteries.
  • 230amp heavy duty isolation switch.
  • Solar Panels: 2 x 75 watt solar panels.
  • All cabins with individual lighting.
  • Galley/saloon area - 2 x lights.
  • Diffused lights over aft deck - 2 lights.
  • Centre cockpit lighting.

Additional Description
  • Maxie 2 burner LPG stainless steel stove with griller. Flame failure device fitted to shut off LPG immediately in event of flame going out.
  • 2 bowl stainless steel double sink. Pressure fresh water system. Whale single tap.  Saltwater faucet at galley sink.
  • Laminex galley tops, cupboards with perspex sliding front.
  • Refrigerator with attached separate freezer. 12volt Eutectic system by ICEER.
  • Good storage/cupboards.
  • Drop-down dinette table finished in matching laminex and decorative timber.
  • Dinette upholstered. Seats 4 foam with backs 2.

Additional Description
  • Twin Yamaha 9.9 hp high-thrust engines. Mounted under each helm seat at each steering station. Engines are fitted with custom propeller rims/guards for additional thrust.
  • Remote electric key start.
  • Dual engine controls at starboard helm station.

Additional Description
  • Hatches (6 in total)
  • x Forward Hatches Aluminium frame 500 x 500 (Gebo)
  • 2 x Mid cabin hatches. (Gebo)
  • 2 x Aft cabin hatches (Gebo).
  • 4 x Mooring cleats.
  • 1 x Anchor cleats.
  • Forward catwalk swim ladder - hinges under hinged catwalk.
  • Ventilation: 2 x Dorade vents (PVC ? Seabird?).
  • Mast base turning blocks RF 1350.
  • Saddle at base of mast for halyard attachment.
  • 8 x Rope clutches - Spinlock brand..
  • Stanchions/Rails: High quality stanchions, bow rails and stern rails with 3 life-lines. 600mm high to meet Australian survey requirements..
  • 4 x access gates with pelican hook releases.
  • 1 x manual bilge pump stored aft of head.

Mast / Boom / Sails
  • Tabernacling Mast to fit under 30' bridge.
  • Double Spreader, 7/8 rig
  • Forestay 3/8 (10mm) 1 x 19 wire
  • Sidestays 3/8 (10mm) 1 x 19 wire
  • Diamonds 5/16 (8mm) 1 x 19 wire
  • Hinged mast base to allow for lowering on boat.
  • Halyards - Main halyard: 10 mm Spectra rope : Heavy duty shackle.
  • Genoa halyard: 10 mm Spectra rope.
  • Heavy duty shackle.
  • Topping lift: 8 mm Spectra, Heavy duty shackle.
  • Spinnaker Halyard: 10mm rope with snapshackle spliced to end.
  • Boom outhaul.
  • 2 x mainsail reefing lines fitted.
  • All halyards, reefing lines to be lead back to cockpit through turning blocks, rope clutches (Spinlock).
  • Sheet Winches: 2 x Harken ST40's.
  • Fully battened mainsail - Horizontal cut Dacron cloth. Luff adjustable batten end caps. Fibreglass sail battens.
  • Cruising mainsail cover with integrated lazy jack system.
  • Headsail  Horizontal cut Dacron cloth.
  • UV Sail Cover Heavy duty with battens.
  • Headsail traveller track with end stops
  • Tempo mainsail batten sliders

Anchoring / Mooring
  • Primary anchor system consisting of 35lb CQR type Plough anchor with 30 metres x 8mm short link galvanised chain plus 50 metres x 16mm anchor rope.
  • Fresh and Saltwater washdown forward.
  • Electric Windlass
  • 6 x PVC Inflatable Fenders
  • 4 x Mooring lines (each 15 metres x 14mm).
  • Spare 30' chain and 30 Meter poly line on spare anchor.

  • Mainsail 484 sq ft / 45 sq. m
  • Furling jib 178 sq. ft / 16.5 sq. m
  • Gennaker
  • Asymetrical Spinnaker 654 sq. ft / 60 sq. m

Disclaimer: The Multihull Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Managing Broker

Matthew Dunning

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Fax: 206-347-4091
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