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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- ME, United States
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 35,000
SEA POPPY has been well-maintained by an excellent boatyard. This is hull #1 of the Sea Sprite 34's, designed by Luders and built by C.E. Ryder.
Please contact W Cannell at 207-236-2383
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 34 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 31 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 10000 lbs
Total Power: 15 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1979
Engine Model: 2QM15
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 15 HP
GPS - Garmin 740S
Deck and Hull Construction
Airex cored fiberglass hull with new Flag Blue awlgrip in 2004, cranberry bootstripe and gold cove stripe, black bottom.
Airex cored fiberglass deck, awlgripped 1994, with beige non-skid.
Varnished teak trim, toerails & coamings and teak cockpit seats.
Bottom stripped and barrier coated in 1994 with Micron CRC.
Bronze deck hardware.
Teak anchor pulpit with two rollers.
Full keel with cutout for skeg-mounted rudder; prop is protected in aperture.
28” Edson pedestal wheel steering with brake, binnacle and stand for chart plotter.
Elkhide covered wheel.
3-bladed 15 x 13 LH prop.
Sleeps five in two cabins. Owner's stateroom forward with V-berths for two with filler, storage underneath, and 3 in main salon. The berth cushions are blue. Excellent light and ventilation is provided in forward berth by three opening ports and one deck hatch. Next aft is an athwartships head with marine toilet with Y-valve and holding tank to port (new in 20002 with all new hosing), hanging locker outboard, and opposite is a vanity and sink with storage outboard. The main cabin has a single settee/berth to starboard with bookshelves. The port settee pulls out to sleep one/two children and there is a pilot berth above. Under the settees are 6 large drawers and the settee backs open for additional storage. The dining table is bulkhead mounted to port and a Shipmate kerosene heater is on the starboard bulkhead. Galley is aft with storage outboard and below. Galley includes an Origo 4000 non-pressurized alcohol two-burner stove with cutting board, S/S sink with new faucet cold pressure water, new water pump 013 and icebox. The galley countertops are butcher block mica. Navigation table is over icebox. Interior finish is white bulkheads with varnished mahogany trim and raised panel doors. Varnished ash ceiling on hull, 6’3” headroom throughout. Teak and holly sole. Main cabin has two opening ports, two deck hatchs, and custom screens for companionway.
2-12V DC batteries with parallel switch.
Battery condition indicator.
Bonded and grounded.
Sails and Rigging
White awlgrip (1999) tapered aluminum mast and boom by Hall Spars.
S/S wire standing rigging, 1992.
Internal halyards, new in 2005.
Profurl roller furling, 1992.
Harken mainsheet traveler aft of cockpit.
Bronze Barlow #23 two speed sheet winches.
Two Lewmar halyard winches.
North full batten mainsail with jiffy reefing and lazy jacks.
110% genoa, 1992.
Maroon mainsail cover, 1996.
All lines lead to cockpit to sheet stoppers.
Adjustable inner forestay for either cutter rig or storm jib.
#20 Danforth anchor with 10´ chain and 300´ rode.
Automatic bilge pump.
New water separator.
New cold water strainer.
Double lifelines, 1997.
2 dorade vents.
Maroon Dodger, 2001; maroon binnacle cover; maroon cockpit cushions.
75' throw line.
Horseshoe life ring.
Flare kit, new 2013.
Outboard motor bracket.
Two large sail lockers.
Backstay antenna bonded w/copper throughout.
Hand held VHF.
Deck lights from mast.
Reading lights for all berths.
New cockpit cushions.
Aft swim ladder.
Deep cockpit with teak grate and outboard storage.
Screens for overhead hatches.
Stained glass insert for companionway dropboard.
Teak bowsprit with 2 S/S rollers.
7' fiberglass dinghy with 3 hp engine.
Single 1979 Yanmar 2QM15 diesel, 15 hp
Overhauled in 1994; Cruising speed: 5 knots; Max: 6 knots.
Fuel: 20 gal. in fiberglass tank
Water: 50 gal. in 2 fiberglass tank
The 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.