This Seastorm 10.5 motor cruiser was built by Blackwater Motoryachts in 2011 to UK Coding standards, but not commissioned until 2012. It has a very good sea performance benefiting from a solid build structure and good stability. The Seastorm 10.5 has wide side decks, high side rails and well positioned grab rails which provides good security to walk around the boat in even the roughest weather. The Seastorm has good accommodation with four berths, galley and heads and could be used either by a family for weekend cruising or as a fast patrol or dive boat as it has a maximum speed of 36Knots and lots of storage space. This vessel was commissioned on 17th May 2012 and launched to participate in the Queens Diamond Jubilee flotilla. It has approx. 75 hours on the engines. This vessel ony requires saftey equipment to be added to get her to UK Coding Standards for charter work. Viewing by appointment through our Gillingham Office on +44 (0)1634 571605
This 35ft motor cruiser has a large aft and forward cockpit with a number storage lockers. Access to the twin engines is via the aft cockpit. The wide side walkways give access to the starboard wheelhouse door which leads into a good size wheel house with a large L shaped settee and helm position. The wheelhouse has large windows giving an around view. It has a small galley with single sink with hot & cold water, twin burner gas hob, 12 V fridge and storage space.
The Seastorm has 4 berths, a double berth under the wheelhouse which has a teak floor, a single in the forward cabin and a single berth on the port settee. Behind the helm position is a reasonable sized heads with single sink, marine toilet and shower with hot and cold water. There is a lot of storage space throughout the boat.
The large windows in the wheelhouse, forward cabin and heads give the boat a really light and airy feel.
Located in the centre of the aft cockpit are 2 x six cylinder Yamaha ME422 turbo diesel engines each 245HP (circa 2010) which are in immaculate condition. The engines have approximately 70 hours and were last serviced in 2012 and have been hardly used since. The engines are coupled by TRP hydradrives. Sea water cooled. Dual lever controls with electric start. Sterndrives to 3 bladed bronze props. Twin fuel tanks holding a total of 800 litres. The vessel will cruise at 25 knots and has a maximum speed of 36 knots. The boat is also fitted with a Vetus through hull bowthruster.
4 x 12v batteries (new 2011) charging from alternator and battery charger via 240V shore power system.
1 x Bruce anchor with 5m chain and 30m warp
4 x Mooring warps
6 x Fenders
Subject to negotiation the owners will add some basic navigation equipment to the buyers specification.
VHF - Icom M421 DSC
3 x Fire Extinguishers
First Aid Kit
2 x Lifebuoy
1 x Manual bilge pump
3 x Electric bilge pumps
Fast V shape semi displacement hull
This Seastorm 10.5 was built by Blackwater Motoryachts in 2011. It has a blue GRP deep V shape hull with white GRP superstructure. This vessel was commissioned on 17th May 2012 and launched to participate in the Queens Diamond Jubilee flotilla.
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