Sold - Searunner 40 - “Seafire ”

Searunner 40 - “Seafire ”

This Searunner 40 is a true bluewater boat. She's in excellent condition and pride of ownership is evident throughout. Everything aboard has been set up and maintained with safe, seakindly, bluewater sailing in mind. This is a one-family boat. She was constructed with care from a custom run of marine plywood. In each sheet the outer half of the plys are mahogany hardwood and inner plys are fir. West Systems Epoxy was used to encapsulate all materials and then finished on the exterior with Interlux Perfection 2-part Polyurethane. Decks are coated with a durable, easily-renewed non-skid and interior spaces and bilges are painted, clean, dry, and attractive. The cockpit is set up with extra-large winches, many dedicated winches, and clever leads to make handling safe and easy. She has a baker's dozen sails allowing her cutter rig to meet wide ranging conditions, a very accessible and well-maintained 30 hp diesel engine, and a wonderful complement of bluewater equipment, spares, and gear that make her a truly ready-to-go bluewater cruiser.

Her owners took her on a tour of the Pacific 2001-2005 with their family. She cruised from Seattle to San Diego, Mexico, then off to the Marquesas, Tahiti, Pago Pago, and then up to Christmas and Fanning atolls and back to Seattle. When she returned she was given a complete refit and is ready to go again. If you're looking for a well-cared-for cruising multihull that is easy on the pocketbook, easy to care for, and very capable at sea and capable of being easily handed by a cruising couple or family, spend some time getting to know Seafire.

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LOA: 40'
TYPE: Searunner
YEAR: 1979
USD: $59,000
LYING: Seattle
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This multihull is sold.

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.

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