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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Cotuit, MA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 78,600
SEA HAWK has had only two owners in her 35 years. Her present owner purchased her in 1992 and being an engineer, he has made numerous improvements to her hull and fittings, and therefore her sailing performance (see Hull & Deck description above), bringing home numerous cups and silver under a PHRF handicap rule - Whalers Race, Round The Bay Race, Hurricane Cup & Edgartown Yacht Club Around The Island Race. One never thinks of a 44' Gulfstar Center Cockpit Sloop as being capable of winning PHRF races, but this is a testament to her owner's ability. SEA HAWK is quite obviously, well suited as a comfortable liveaboard as well, with an abundance of storage lockers, in three separate cabins and two heads with showers. For anyone who is looking for a combination of speed and livable space, SEA HAWK is worthy of your highest consideration. She is offered at a very attractive asking price for her size and equipment. Although she has been on the hard, covered, for the past 3 seasons, she has been looked after by her caring owner and can be easily and quickly launched. Please call us for your inspection of this impressive vessel and thank you for your interest.
Please contact Annie Gray at 207-363-7997
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Gulfstar Yachts
Designer: Richard Lazzara
LOA: 44 ft 8 in
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in
Displacement: 26000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 3 in
Total Power: 40 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine Model: 4-108
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 40 HP
HULL & DECK:
• Off-white hull, original gelcoat, green sheer stripe, double green boottop, green bottom.
• Solid fiberglass hull.
• Fiberglass over balsa-cored light gray non skid decks.
• Bristol finish on teak toerails, hand rails and cockpit teak cap.
• Two Dorades with chrome vents forward.
• Two Dorades with plastic vents aft.
• Double vinyl-coated lifelines with port and starboard gates higher than on most boats.
• S/S transom boarding ladder with teak treads.
• 4 large deck hatches and one small hatch over galley with screens.
• Atkins & Hoyle aluminum opening ports. (10)
• 1992 after vessel was damaged in Hurricane Bob (hull flexed but was never holed), owner built up the entire bottom from port waterline across bottom to starboard waterline with 24 oz. biaxial fiberglass and West Epoxy so blisters will never occur.
• Also, inside of hull was glassed with several more layers of biaxial cloth and West epoxy.
• 2013 a new rudder and larger skeg were fabricated by Kingman Marine at over $20,000 cost, using foam, S/S and fiberglass with larger 3/4" bolts (not 3/8's as previously used in “original” configuration).
• Engineer owner added 12" to trailing edge of keel for less weather helm and faster performance.
• 1995 owner removed interior overhead in forward cabin and 3' aft of forward cabin to install core-cell foam and epoxy to strengthen foredeck areas. New headliner was installed.
• Owner enjoyed racing so applied Micron 66 green bottom paint for smooth, racing finish.
• 20 year old oversized dark green cockpit Dodger with three sided enclosure (zippered sides and forward windows roll up when desired; also original small dodger and a full bimini in Kelly Green).
• White cockpit awning for "in harbor" use.
• Edson pedestal wheel steering with 2013 varnished teak and holly cockpit table (60% larger than original one).
Fuel: 80 gallons in new 1992 S/S tank under cabin sole.
Water: 180 gallons in one 120 gallon tank under cabin sole and one 60 gallon tank under starboard settee.
Holding: 35 gallons in fiberglass tank under sole in passageway to aft cabin (both heads have y-valves to go directly overboard); also, macerator pump to discharge holding tank and deck fitting as well.
ENGINE & MECHANICAL:
• 1982 Perkins 4-108, 40 hp, 4 cylinder diesel, FWC, with 2100 hours as estimated by seller.
• Owner uses Mobil 1 synthetic oil for all oil changes.
• Custom Gori 23x13 folding prop with extended blades providing about 10 mpg flat water economy.
• Monel shaft wrapped in thin roving fiberglass cloth and new (plus extra) zincs.
• Racor fuel filter plus engine mounted filter.
• Stuffing box recently repacked with Garflex (teflon infused material).
Cruising speed: 6 knots; Maximum speed: 7-7.5 knots.
• 12V DC & 110V AC electrical systems.
• 2012 12V engine starting battery.
• 2012 four 6V golf cart lead acid "quick charge" batteries - 245 amp hour each.
• Shore power cord.
• 11 gallon hot water heater - 110V and engine driven.
• For six to eight in an attractive all teak interior which has been coated with clear West Epoxy for a gloss varnish appearance, without any further maintenance.
• The voluminous interior in this 44' center cockpit sloop is ideally suited for living aboard for extended periods of time or cruising with a family.
• Anchor locker forward is followed by a vee berth cabin with filler, with shelves, drawers and hanging locker. A hatch is overhead and two side ports, for good ventilation.
• Next aft to port is an enclosed head with sink, W.C. and shower, accessible from forward cabin and main salon..
• The main salon has port and starboard settee berths which extend to form double berths. A double drop leaf dining table with moveable teak fiddles mounts around the mast. Numerous lockers and shelves are outboard and below the settee berths. Two lockers and a counter top are forward of the starboard settee.
• To port is a spacious U-shaped galley with double S/S sinks, a large 12 cu. ft. Waeco 12V refrigerator, and three burner LPG stove and oven. There is an abundance of storage lockers and counter space.
• To starboard is a nav table with seat with a shelf outboard.
• Further aft is the passageway to owner's aft cabin with more hanging lockers.
• Also, access to the engine room is excellent, via a door with glass port in this passageway.
• The owner's stateroom has a large queen athwartships berth with storage under.
• The ensuite head includes a manual W.C., sink and separate stall shower and seat.
• Cabin soles are varnished teak and holly.
• The berth cushions are beige.
• 1995 Rastar Scan Furuno radar - scanner mounted on radar mast on port quarter - screen can be viewed from above or below galley hatch.
• Cobra VHF radio with speker/mic combination.
• Handheld VFH radio.
• Garmin 76 handheld GPS with 12V power supply, at pedestal
• Nexus depth, wind, speed, log & temp instruments.
• Pioneer AM-FM/cassette stereo player.
SAILS & RIGGING:
• Sloop rig with off-white Awlgripped 55' high mast and boom. Double spreader rig.
• 1996 North mainsail with two full battens and three sets of reef points for jiffy reefing.
• 2011 North 152% genoa for Harken roller furler (North Sails fabric is one increment stronger and heavier than standard, same for main).
• 1996 North 152% genoa for Harken roller furler.
• Red spinnaker with 18' spinnaker pole mounted on mast, and spinnaker gear.
• Also, older main and 135% genoa, original sails.
• Rig includes a custom removable inner stay for a hank-on North 110% working jib; also, storm jib.
• Two Barient halyard winches on mast.
• Two Barient #32 S.T. two speed genoa sheet winches.
• Mainsheet winch at aft end of cockpit.
• New genoa sheets.
• Blocks and extra sheets.
• Dutchman furling system and North dark green mainsail cover.
• 2006 Harken roller furler with new headstay.
• S/S standing rigging - original; heavy 3/8” diameter, aluminum spreaders.
• 45 lb CQR plow with 3/8" S/S chain and new 150' rode.
• 22 lb Danforth anchor with chain and 100' rode.
• Airgen 400w wind generator with new "quiet" blades.
• 280w solar panel which tilts as needed; allows lights and refrigerator to run for 2-3 days without running engine (has MPPT controller/regulator).
• Lunch hook anchor with rode.
• Cockpit cushions.
• Lifesling and horseshoe life ring; life jackets.
• 30’ x 50’ winter cover and frame.
• Fenders, docklines.
• Fire extinguishers.
• Approximately 2007 RIB inflatable dinghy with 15 hp Mercury 2 stroke outboard.
• Canvas pocket for companionway boards.
• Plexiglass drop board for companionway – plus separate companionway screen.
• Cold water shower at transom.
• 12' roll-up inflatable.
• Propane locker enlarged aft to store 2-20 lb LPG tanks.
COMMENTS: SEA HAWK has had only two owners in her 35 years. Her present owner purchased her in 1992 and being an engineer, he has made numerous improvements to her hull and fittings, and therefore her sailing performance (see Hull & Deck description above), bringing home numerous cups and silver under a PHRF handicap rule - Whalers Race, Round The Bay Race, Hurricane Cup & Edgartown Yacht Club Around The Island Race. One never thinks of a 44' Gulfstar Center Cockpit Sloop as being capable of winning PHRF races, but this is a testament to her owner's ability. SEA HAWK is quite obviously, well suited as a comfortable liveaboard as well, with an abundance of storage lockers, in three separate cabins and two heads with showers. For anyone who is looking for a combination of speed and livable space, SEA HAWK is worthy of your highest consideration. She is offered at a very attractive asking price for her size and equipment. Although she has been on the hard, covered, for the past 3 seasons, she has been looked after by her caring owner and can be easily and quickly launched. Please call us for your inspection of this impressive vessel and thank you for your interest.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel subject to sale, price and inventory changes, and withdrawal from market without notice.