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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Sandwich, MA
- Hull Material:
- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 39,500
INTEGRITY (Ex: "EMILY") was built as the showboat for the 1982 boat shows. As such, she has many extras and features not found on other Sea Sprites from a Hall tapered mast to closed cell airex cored decks in lieu of balsa. Her current owner of 18 years has maintained her with pride and has thoughtfully upgraded her. The Luders-designed Sea Sprite 34 is a beautiful, classic design. She is well-built and will be turning heads for years to come. She's just been hauled for winter storage. Come see her before she gets covered for the winter.
Please contact John L. Procter, CPYB for further information.
Please contact John L. Procter, CPYB at 781-749-1645
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: C.E. Ryder
Designer: Bill Luders
LOA: 34 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 3 in
LWL: 24 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 12800 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 49 ft 1 in
Total Power: 25 HP
Engine Brand: Universal three cylinder
Engine Model: 5424
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 25 HP
Cruising Speed: 6 mph
Maximum Speed: 7 mph
Fuel Tanks: (16 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (30 Gallons)
Length Overall: 33' 10.5"
Ballast: 5,000 lbs. lead
Total Power: 25
Fresh Water: 90 gal. (2 tanks)
The forward cabin is beautifully finished in light and dark woods. The forepeak locker, accessible through the forward cabin, has plenty of space for anchor rode storage. A filler cushion converts the V-berth into a substantial double. A door provides privacy and the opening hatch gives plenty of light.
The head compartment is bright, airy and is easy to keep clean. It has a molded shower base with a sump for the hot and cold pressure shower. There is a vanity with a stainless steel sink and plenty of storage.
The main cabin is warm and traditional. The mid cabin hatch lets in loads of light and fresh air. The whole feeling is one of comfort and easy living. A sturdy table folds down from the bulkhead to seat the whole crew for meals. The main cabin, like the rest of the boat, has a tremendous amount of storage. And the 6' headroom is outstanding.
The U-shaped galley is aft. There are two double sinks, a gimballed stove with oven, and a very accessible and well insulated icebox. There are dishracks and food lockers. Even a locker large enough for pots and pans kept out of sight.
To starboard and aft is the chart table with a lift top that provides access to chart stowage and navigation equipment. Outboard of the chart table are electronics, while the electrical circuit panel is within easy reach. The quarter berth extends aft of the nav station.
- Gas Systems 2 burner CNG stove w/oven
- Dual stainless steel sinks
- Hot & cold pressure water
- Adler-Barbour refrigeration (2009 new engine)
- Garmin 2006C chart plotter
- Furuno radar
- Raymarine ST-4000 autopilot
- Raymarine ST60 Tridata depth/knot/log/wind
- 2 6 volt batteries in series (2006)
- 90 amp alternator
- Statpower 20 amp converter
- Professionally rewired
- Lighted breaker panels
- Shore power panel
- Automatic battery charger
- Midship battery box
- Battery monitor w/solar charger
- Windlass power panel
Sails and Rigging
- Tapered Hall Spar mast w/split backstay
- Manual backstay tension adjuster
- Running backstays
- Mainsail w/3 sets reef points (c.1996)
- 150% mylar genoa (c.1996) very light - rarely used
- Spinnaker (c.1996) used once
- Storm jib (2000) used twice
- 110% Jib (2007)
Hull and Deck
Black Awlgrip hull w/clear finish and Airex cored; white boottop; gold cove stripe; green ablative bottom and rudder over multiple epoxy barrier coats; cream decks/coach roof w/Airex core and blond varnished teak trim; light taupe non-skid; 3 blade fixed prop (2004); all thru hull fittings rebedded in 1996; shaft protector (1999); cutlass bearing upgraded (2000); new and upgraded vents (2001); teak over stainless wheel with canvas cover; 2 Lewmar CST #42 2-speed winches (Titanium plated); 2 Lewmar CST #30 winches (Titanium plated); 2 Lewmar #16 titanium plated winches; cockpit cushions (2008).
1996 Additions and Upgrades
Rebedded all thru hull fittings; added deck wash down; added 2 engine room stern vents with hoses; moved CNG storage from above quarterberth to newly constructed compartment at starboard end of stern lazarette - safer, easily accessible, better used of dead space.
1997 Additions and Upgrades
Custom bow rail w/second horizontal rail; new running lights; replaced all top hatch plexi-glass in coach roof with smoked glass, repainted inside of them and replaced gaskets; installed complete new steering mechanism, chain, grease fitted cables along w/new, below deck wheel blocks and fittings.
1998 Additions and Upgrades
Installed new stainless anchor roller along with new 35 pound Bruce anchor and 50' chain and 150 rope rode; replaced cockpit traveller with a Harken one forward of dodger; custom designed pedestal guard with Edson pod for new Garmin GPS Plotter; Raytheon Autohelm ST-4000 and Raytheon depthsounder with new transducers and thru-hulls; transmission replaced; new stainless prop shaft.
1999 Additions and Upgrades
Installed shaft protector to reduce engine friction and vibration; pump in port lazarette installed w/ hose to #1 water tank and Y valve to convert to sea water (this addition could be an extra fire extinguisher if needed or a wash down for swimmers coming aboard); new water heater installed along w/new accumulator tank, hoses, bypass and check valves, and pressure regulator; new fuel tank deck plate and hose; new side bulkheads in lazarettes improving fire wall from engine room; mast rewired; blipper installed; TV antenna installed.
2000 Additions and Upgrades
Cutlass bearing replaced with upgrade; packless stuffing box; automated low profile windlass installed; added aditional 125' smaller gauge chain; larger breaker and heavy gauge wiring; all deck fittings, hardware and stanchions rebedded; changed fuel and waste deck plates from plastic to chrome stainless steel; deck fittings port and starboard for ladder; binnacle control for windlass; new masthead sailing/anchor light installed; lazy jacks installed.
2001 Additions and Upgrades
Moved boot top up 3 inches(+-) to eliminate slime on boot top, while making it narrower increasing perception of a longer boat; Awlgripped hull black with additional clear coat Awlgrip finish; new and upgraded vents installed; additional deck drainage ports; re-caulked on deck and outside edges to protect and eliminate any deck leaks; added mdiship cleats cut into toe rail; all lines and halyards replaced and upgraded including dock, roller furling, fenders & covers, and toe lines; entire top deck area of non-skid Awlgripped in light taupe while retaining original diamond pattern; repainted steering pedestal; new wind indicator installed; lightning preventor installed; replaced masthead flag halyard.
2002 Additions and Upgrades
2 additional heavy gauge electrical fittings on foredeck, one for automated inflatable dinghy pump; deck washdown system; replaced plastic cowl vents with chrome; sent out all 6 winches, cleats, lazarette hinges and brackets, and ports for chroming and titanium application along with attending screw and nuts; new gaskets for the 10 ports and gold tinted glass as well; all winches dissassembled, serviced and greased.
2003 Additions and Upgrades
Custom designed, lighted engine instrument panel and all new instruments along with an engine off and engine hour meter; Sitex wind speed/direction indicator checked out and recalibrated; custom designed strong vinyl type material dodger with opening center window; custom bimini allowing crew to stand when in place and designed with 3 piece windshield w/opening center one (entire unit is totally collapsible as is the hardware for below deck storage); all halyards and lines replaced; port and starboard spreader flag halyards; new running backstay lines; new heavy duty canvas sail cover.
2004 Additions and Upgrades
Installed 3 blade fixed prop for improved motoring speed and reversing control; had cowl vents and associated deck fittings coated with brass titanium application; replaced lifelines with heavier gauge coated ones; new radio remote in cockpit to new VHF at nav. station allowing transmit, receive and intercom operation.
2005 Additions and Upgrades
New running and stern lights upgrade with new wiring; new forestay; new alternator and regulator; new battery charger; rewired.
2006 Additions and Upgrades
Bottom stripped. Re-barrier coated entire under sides including rudder. 2 coats on top of previous coats. Switched to ablative bottom paint from National Paint Co.; bought, varnished and installed teak 2 container drink and accessory holder in front of pedestal; refinished and varnished teak folding table; Garmin color screen GPS plotter; gull/cormorant discourager installed on spreaders; new pedestal.
2007 Additions and Upgrades
Repainted steering pedestal; 5 custom fitted closed cell C-Cushion cockpit cushions in same color as non-skid complete with gold pinstripe and "INTEGRITY" on each (tight fit, don't slide, allow lazarette access, easily stored below if desired); helmsman seat for additional height and comfort; head; fresh water pump system
2009 Additions and Upgrades
New heat exchanger; mainsail sent out for cleaning and servicing November 2009 (sailmaker reports sail in very good condition).
- Fresh or salt water deck washdown
- Emergency tiller
- Solar charger (2009)
- JVC AM/FM CD stereo
- Chelsea tide clock
- Weems & Plath barometer
- Lifesling overboard recovery system
- Horseshoe buoy
- Stainless steel and teak stern ladder
- Custom winter cover (2014)
- Mainsail cover (2015)
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.