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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- en route Florida, FL
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- Current Price:
- US$ 1,850,000
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For additional information on this exceptional passagemaking yacht, call Judy Waldman, the trawler and long-range cruiser specialist, at (954) 895-8844 or email at email@example.com. Ask for the detailed exclusive review Judy was asked to write for YachtForums.com on Sea Spirit 60, Hull # 1 after almost 20,000 miles under her keel.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Sea Spirit
Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 63 ft 3 in
Beam: 17 ft 2 in
LWL: 57 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 4 ft 11 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 3 in
Displacement: 108680 lbs
Total Power: 330 HP
Engine Brand: Cummins
Year Built: 2016
Engine Model: QSL
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 330 HP
Cruising Speed: 9 mph
Maximum Speed: 11 mph
Fresh Water Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (2000 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (280 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3
Intro and Walkthrough
Sparkman & Stephens naval architects designed and engineered the Sea Spirit Passagemaker yachts to be stable, efficient, easy handling bluewater cruisers. Aside from being built to ABS standards, the overall safety of the vessel was of primary importance. Ease of maintenance and durability were also guiding principles. Sea Spirit Yachts has CE certified sisterships in Europe and all Sea Spirit Passagemakers are designed to be certifiable.
Entry to the yacht is from the large wraparound swim platform, the starboard side amidships gate, or the forward starboard gate. Each access provides a different height level at which to board the yacht, offering safety and ease for boarding at docks with tidal range. The starboard side wing door or the pantographic transom door each lead to the aft deck with al fresco dining accommodations for at least 9 people. Entry is into the salon; the U-shaped galley forward; optional day head is to starboard. Up 3 stairs to the spacious wheelhouse and seating area with inlaid table. Down curved stairway leads to the companionway and laundry, with VIP staterooom forward with ensuite head which can also service the portside guest cabin; large master stateroom is amidships. Engine room entry is through watertight door from the stateroom or from the aft deck through the lazarette. A large flybridge and boat deck with complete helm and entertainment center is accessed by the pilothouse staircase or from the aft deck.
The ambiance of the yacht is of quality, attention to detail, and fine artistry. The honey colored veneer is used extensively and is all hand picked and grain matched; fine carpentry with extensive curves is exhibited by routed raised panels, crown moldings, and fine satin finish. All soles are teak and holly with excellent edge banding and margin. Numerous, well placed grabrails are throughout and are artistically designed to complement the decor. 110 and 24v lighting gives options for various levels of light in each area.
The full-length keel and the keel shoe, which protect the prop and rudder, were constructed with the intention of creating a vessel with roll dampening properties that would not be stabilizer dependent. Foil shaped FRP rudder constructed with stainless steel stock. SS protection/strakes on starboard hull and bulb.
Emphasis at the bow was placed on the precision of the bulbous bow configuration, one that was eventually designed as an upside-down tear shape, to reduce resistance both underway and upon water re-entry in a seaway. Solid hand laid-up fiberglass laminate is used to approximately 10 inches above the waterline. The topsides, superstructure house sides, and decks are constructed with Corecell™ offering increased strength with reduced weight. The transverse framing and longitudinal stringers have additional fiberglass reinforcements as well as the elimination of all wood products traditionally used in fiberglass yachts. All cored laminates are vacuum bagged. Kevlar is integrated into all of the skeg and hulls lamination up to the waterline, and above the water line from crash bulkhead to the bow.
The hull is further protected with the rubrail integrated structurally into the hull laminate; the rubrail has a stainless steel rubbing strake from bow to stern providing additional strength and protection. The five watertight compartments offer additional integrity created by the 4 collision bulkheads built to ABS standards. Each of the watertight compartments has independent bilge pumps, a total of 10; labeled and lighted bilge alarm layout panels are affixed in the pilothouse, master stateroom, and flybridge.
Interior Finish Standards Throughout
The interior joinery is crafted from selected Makore timber and veneer with a finish consisting of three (3) or more double coats of sanded polyurethane sanding sealer and polyurethane satin top-coat.
Overhead ceilings throughout the vessel consist of removable padded vinyl panels, within a hardwood perimeter crown moldings in the Salon and Wheelhouse and perimeter flat moldings within the Staterooms and Companionways, except as otherwise stated herein.
Teak and holly flooring with margin in all of accommodation areas on main deck and lower deck.
All interior doors have raised panels and are built with a curved top and molding.
In addition, the vessel interior makes extensive use of raised panel in its mill work.
24V DC BCM halogen overhead lighting with selected fixtures on dimmer switches throughout
Concealed cabinetry hinges with polished chrome push-button latches
Quality Chrome finished interior door hardware
Vimar light switches and receptacles (in black) throughout.
Swinging door hold-open hardware on all stateroom and head doors
Except as noted herein, the vessels interior is extensively finished in hardwood lumber or veneer, outlined as follows: all cabinetry, hanging locker faces and berths, salon side and aft bulkhead walls, window mullions and sills, except as noted herein; aft wheelhouse bulkheads and side walls and window mullions, stateroom bulkheads except hull sides which are the owner’s choice between hardwood strakes or white ships planking, doors, jambs and trim.
Dark wooden slatted blinds, on all side windows, except round windows/portlights and the nine (9) windows forward of the side doors to the Portuguese bridge in the wheelhouse
Beam central vacuum system with outlets in lower deck companionway and upper deck beneath stairs to flybridge facilitating all accommodation areas.
Sony, Sharp or Samsung entertainment electronics and speakers are standard unless otherwise noted herein. Polyplanar exterior speakers.
Owner Supplied Furniture: All loose furniture (except Salon portside end table(s)) is Owner supplied and is not included in this specification.
Upon entry from the aft deck, one is struck by the expansive width of the salon due to the single side deck option. A combination of elegance and practicality with a traditional flair greets you. The rich woodwork is used extensively but it is all grain matched; routed raised panels, crown moldings, and fine satin finish demonstrate the artistry of the talented carpenters. The boxed windows have tinted glass but are large, symmetrical and numerous as to allow plenty of natural lighting. The boxed frames make sense for containing the wooden blinds to prevent swaying and they give an interesting look with all interior windows being symmetrical. Large floor hatches are a convenience you hope is never needed but makes for practical engine removal. Teak and Holly flooring with margin.
Portside is the seating area with couch, recliner, 2 end tables, and hi/lo cocktail table. The optional loose furniture seems to be a testament to the sea keeping ability of the yacht. An abundance of storage cabinets is to starboard. There is an extraordinary amount of storage throughout the yacht presenting a noticeable absence of clutter; everything has a place and is well stowed.
Starboardside built-in counter per arrangement plan with integrated TV cabinet including 32” widescreen flat-panel LCD HDTV on automated lift and 120V AC outlet and antenna socket
A desk area utilizes the corner space well and is nicely accessorized with a Wempe built-in clock, barometer, and thermometer. Alternate choice is for a free standing chair. At 150 square feet, there is ample room for entertaining, dining, or lounging. 6 foot 10 inch headroom.
Pioneer Surround Sound System
High low coffee/dining table with adjustable stainless steel pedestal with leaf and slide over varnished wood top.
(2) overhead grab rails made from the interior wood selected.
The galley forward of the salon has a serving/eating counter and 2 owner supplied bar stools. The counters provide good service areas for a galley that is very workable in spite of its compactness. The triangulation and design allow for easy access to all appliances necessary for gourmet prep even in a seaway. Concerns for safety at sea is also evidenced by the substantial fiddles on the stovetop.
GE Profile 27" built-in convection wall oven
GE Profile 30" built-in electric cooktop w/fiddles
GE Profile Countertop convection/microwave
GE Profile 36" refrigerator/freezer upright side by side
Broan Garbage compactor
Kohler SS 2 bowl sinks
Grohe chrome finished faucet c/w built-in sprayer
Entering the pilothouse by way of either port or starboard Dutch doors twith three (3) ‘dog’ down mechanisms. The doors are flush with the wheelhouse side when closed. Central wheel handle, driving interconnected quick-acting perimeter dogs through an internal concealed mechanism. The vastness and number of windows provide good lighting and outstanding visibility. Center line helm station with dedicated instrument console, visual bilge water alarm, storage lockers and drawers. 27” Sea Spirit signature helm wheel made from selected hardwood with ebony inlay. On the portside of the helm is the 24 volt electrical panel, while the 110 panel is on starboardside; the generator and inverter panel is across from the AC panel. Separation of systems makes for greater efficiency and lessens the learning curve for a new hand aboard. As throughout the yacht, generous stowage and nice tuckaway spots. Owner selection of either the "L”-shape observation settee with the pilot berth behind it or the larger “L” shaped settee (no pilot berth). Either one with stowage beneath the seating and with the table built upon a stainless steel pedestal that allows it to swing out for easier seating. Wide chart drawer beneath settee or above stair to flybridge. Stair to Flybridge and boat deck with hardwood treads and hand rail of hardwood and stainless steel
Hanging wet locker
Engine controls, bow and stern thruster controls, and get home engine controls.
Flat-panel control console styling with engine alarm system and illuminated instrumentation including: engine gauges, hour meters and fuel gauges, and navigation light switches.
Lighted alarm panel with indication lights for high bilge water and fire and smoke.
Power-assisted hydraulic steering
Laminated clear safety glass heavy duty windshield (frameless recessed design
Steering console and wheelhouse table have blue overhead lights for night navigation
Windshield defroster system integrated with HVAC system
(3) electric synchronized windshield wipers, washers and controls.
6” Ritchie compass
The curved stairwell leading to the lower deck is gently sloped. The banister parallels the look of the teak and stainless trim grabrails seen throughout. The pigeon holes for International Signal flags (included) add a nice color accent as well as taking advantage of one of the otherwise dead spaces.
Asko combo washer/dryer
Curved hardwood & SS hand rail on starboard stairwell to pilothouse
The amidships full width master stateroom continues providing the warm ambiance through the extensive use of quality woodwork, strake planking, and varied lighting. The 6 foot 8 inch headroom adds to the expansive impression. The four opening stainless steel portholes with deadlights provide symmetry and cross ventilation. The centerline bed is well proportioned for allowing night stands, settee with end tables, drawers, and hanging lockers.Engine room 4’ access door (sound insulated) with viewing porthole.
Island berth w/underneath drawers
Custom 6" foam mattress w/hinges
Additional storage under mattress
Settee w/built-in cabinetry
Chest of drawers starboard side
Built-in night stands w/reading lights
Cedar lined hanging lockers
22" flat screen TV
AM/FM stereo w/DVD and overhead speakers
Smoke & CO detectors & alarm panel
High bilge/fire alarms panel
The ensuite head has all of the required amenities including separate full-size shower with Grohe regular and rainshower head, porthole, large vanity mirror, good stowage, and well defined use of space.
Raritan "Atlantes" fresh water macerating head
Kohler sink w/ Grohe faucet
Toli heavy duty vinyl flooring w/teak margin
Solid surface countertop
Manship 316L stainless steel portlight
Forward VIP Stateroom
The VIP suite is forward. Overhead hatch and 4 opening portholes provide good fresh air ventilation. With the centerline queen bed and sufficient comforts, guests may feel inclined to overstay their welcome. The ensuite full size head also has an entry door from the companionway allowing access for the 3rd stateroom which features twin over/under beds.
Centerline queen bed w/drawers
Cedar lined hanging closet
(4) opening portholes
22” flat screen television with DVD
The guest head is a similar version of the master ensuite head and features all of the same accoutrements. Stainless steel towel holders and accents continue the flow of decorative touch with functionality. The full-size stand-up shower features a port light and plenty of elbow room.
Kohler sink w/ Grohe fixture
Raritan fresh water "Atlantes" macerating head
Solid surface countertop
Toli heavy duty flooring w/teak margin
Frameless shower stall w/seat and removable teak floor
Grohe shower fixture
Manship 316L stainless steel portlight
Upper/lower bunks, each with custom made 4” foam mattress.
Drawers under lower bunk.
Cedar lined hanging locker with door activated auto-lights.
Book shelves above the hanging locker.
Overhead down lights AC and 24V DC.
Reading lamps 24V DC (2).
Teak and Holly sole with margin.
Twin opening Manship 316L stainless steel portholes set in teak planked hull ceiling.
Compact AM/FM mini stereo receiver with DVD player and overhead speakers.
Engine Room & Lazarette Equipment
The watertight door with viewing port leads to the engine room which is well lit with easy service access. The stainless railing around the engine places the emphasis on safety. The oil exchange system not only includes new and used oil tanks, but also a pump out valve at the aft deck makes it extremely convenient providing the ability to load and unload oil from the swim platform. Also appropriately located in the same compartment is the pump-out connection for the 60 gallon bilge water tank which is housed in the lazarette and is filtered for emergency overboard pump out.
A spacious lazerette is accessed either through a watertight door from the engine room or from the watertight hatch on the aft deck. This area houses the optional watermaker, auto-boost isolation transformers, stern thruster tube, and provides for stowage. There is easy access to all critical systems including steering, davit pumps, plumbing, etc.
The CruisAir chilled water reverse cycle air conditioning distributes 81,000 BTUs from 2 compressors and 8 air handlers, each with its own zone control thermostat offering redundancy in event of a parts failure. SmartStart startup surge eliminators have been installed. Engine room air-intake and ventilation with de-watering/demisting system. Emergency air supply damper shut-down system for engine, generators, and engine room.
Main Engine wet exhaust system with FRP muffler
Hydralift –type FRP muffler with water separation and drain for generator.
Engine Room air-intake and ventilation with de-watering/demisting system of FRP construction
Head Hunter Tank Sentry level measurement system for all fuel tanks.
Fire suppression system liquefied compressed gas propellant.
Automatic emergency fuel and electric shutdown to main engine, generator(s), and air supply damper and blowers.
Raw-water strainer for generator(s).
Hydraulic power-assisted steering system with SAE “A” PTO mounted on Main Engine.
Emergency manual steering system with removable tiller to be mounted on aft deck.
Pumps and motors are isolation mounted where practical
Blower and fresh air vents from above in Lazarette for air circulation and heat ventilation.
Engine Room / Lazarette overhead and side and bulkheads are finished in white perforated aluminum.
Propulsion & Controls
Sea Spirit provides fuel efficiency by using a single 330 hp continuous duty Cummins QSL close coupled to a ZF360 marine transmission. The Key Power KP 4500 get-home system is a hydraulic system mounted on the main shaft, driven by a hydraulic pump powered off the main generator with remote engagement from the wheelhouse (the generator hydraulically powers the main shaft in the event of engine failure.) The Key Power PTO system is able to propel the yacht at 4.7 knots. Aside from the alternate power source, the single engine with PTO is a space saving feature allowing for walk-around room without a 2nd engine. With a comfortable cruise speed of 9 - 9.5 knots, the fuel consumption has been measured at 5.5 - 7 gph; at 7 knots in calm seas, consumption has been measured at 2gph; at 7 - 9 knots, the range is calculated at 3,000 - 7,500nm.
Aquadrive anti-vibration flexible coupling with integrated thrust-bearing
Shaft razor line cutter
(2) station ZF 9000 Series electronic controls (Wheelhouse and Flybridge).
Aquamet stainless steel (22 HS) 2 ¾” shafting. Stern tube located inside hull skeg.
Four (4) blade NiBrAl propeller
Foil shaped FRP rudder constructed with stainless steel stock and internal frame
Fuel System & Fuel Tanks
Single freshwater-cooled marine diesel Main Engine (see “Propulsion”).
Engine driven emergency bilge pump with “Y” valve.
(4) Fuel tanks totaling 2,000 US gal with baffles, sump, sight glass, inspection clean out plate, including one (1) 350 US gal Day Tank.
(2) centralized fuel filling systems allowing both fuel tanks on each side to be filled simultaneously
Dual Racor Main Engine and single Racor for each generator fuel/water separators with vacuum gauge and manifold valve assembly to permit filter change while underway
Fuel transfer system allowing fuel to be transferred between tanks.
ESI 180GPH Fuel Polishing System with microbial decontamination
Oil Exchange System including (2) 25 gallon Used Oil Tanks.
Stabilizers, Thrusters, and Hydraulic Sytems
Keypower KPRFS9SF Roll Fin Stabilizer System, with (2) 9 ft² FRP fins.
Bow thruster--Sidepower, 16 HP electric mounted inside bulb tunnel.
Stern thruster--Sidepower, 20 HP electric mounted inside stern tunnel.
Keypower KP 4500 Get-home system mounted on the main shaft, driven by hydraulic pump powered off the primary generator with remote engagement control in the wheelhouse
Raritan™ water-saving fresh water toilet system (“Atlantes” china bowl with quiet centrifugal macerating toilet pump). All toilets discharge directly to the holding tank (with no Y-valve to discharge outboard directly from each head).
Torrid TM 30 US gal (113 L) stainless steel hot water heater
Insulated hot water pipes throughout the vessel.
Bronze through-hulls, intake and discharge ball valves.
Overboard discharge loops on all through-hulls below water line.
Two (2) - FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) sewage holding tanks (Black 150 US GAL; Grey 130 US Gal) including stainless steel inspection hatches and macerators with a “Y” and back-flow preventer for waterline discharge or deck pump-out.
Sealand Tank tender level measuring system for black and grey water tanks.
Fresh water pressure system: 24V DC electric water pump with built in accumulator tank. ShurfloPump with accumulator tank.
Second redundant Shurflopump with accumulator tank added in the Fresh water pressure system.
UV lamp and Charcoal Filter (including spare filters).
Integral fresh water tanks of FRP construction with stainless steel access cleanout plates.
Head Hunter Tank Sentry (Tank level measurement system) for the water tanks.
Pressurized sea water wash-down system for foredeck adjacent chain locker and aft deck/integral swim platform.
Freshwater wash-down connections on foredeck, Flybridge and aft deck.
Watermaker preparation, including platform, through hull, power and piping to main water tank.
DC Bilge Pumps (12) – including six (6)x high/low paired bilge pumps located in bilge compartments and a single pump in the swim platform compartment. All ‘high’ bilge pumps are alarmed with sensors in the four (4) main bilge compartments:
Engine Room bilge, 2 Rule™ 3700 GPH & Rule™ 2000 GPH
Forward cabin bilge, 1 Rule™ 3700 GPH & Rule™ 2000 GPH
Lower deck hallway, 1 Rule™ 3700 GPH & Rule™ 2000 GPH
Lazarette bilge, 1 Rule™ 3700 GPH & Rule™ 2000 GPH
Chain locker, 1 Rule™ 3700 GPH & Rule™ 2000 GPH
Swim platform stowage compartment, 1 Rule™ 2000 GPH
The Engine room and Lazarette DC lower bilge pumps discharge into a Bilge Water Tank (60 US gal capacity), located in the lazarette which is fitted with a pump-out connection and overboard discharge which must pass through an oil/water separating filter.
Main Engine seawater pump fitted with Y-valve on intake, to enable main engine to act as secondary emergency engine room bilge system.
High-water and audible bilge alarms and warning lights in Wheelhouse, Flybridge and Master Stateroom
Bronze through-hulls, intake and discharge ball valves
Overboard discharge loops on all through-hulls below water line.
Bilge air circulation system
Bilge manifold system to minimize through-hulls and optimize efficiency
Engineered acoustic insulation materials - engine room bulkheads and deck head: ¼”damping sheet, Two (2) layers of 1¼” mass composite with powder-coated white perforated sheet aluminum held in place by neoprene air-space strips and edging - forward side of forward engine room bulkhead: two (2) layers of sound dampening composite – salon sole: ¼” sound damping sheet sole extending under cabinetry and carpet underlay.
Engine Room hull side for and aft of wing tanks to be covered with 1¼” mass-composite acoustic barrier partially covered with powder-coated white perforated aluminum.
Additional sound attenuation as enhanced by applying Damping Pad and Wave Bar to the engine rooms hull sides, bulkhead and overhead ceiling, plus an additional layer of Soberflex 50 to the bulkhead and overhead.
Wing Tank E/R facing surfaces to be covered with ⅛” acoustical damping sheet covered by white powder-coated perforated aluminum
All motorized equipment and pumps are isolation mounted to inhibit structure-borne sound transmission where practical.
The main deck floor is also covered with Quadzero 3.5mm foil face flexible noise barrier Wavebar 8kg/m2 on top.
Generator(s) are set upon an isolation mounts above 12mm2 of Sylomer L12 cell structure to further reduce the vibration transmission to the extent practical.
Fire Suppression & Related Alarms
Sea- Fire or Fireboy™ fire protection system. Single Sea-Fire or Fireboy™ system charged with FM200 liquefied compressed gas propellant located in the engine room. System panel with status lights and alarms mounted in the Wheelhouse and Master Stateroom. Manual operation of the system located in the salon.
Emergency shut-down system for Main Engine(s), Generators, Engine Room air supply, fuel supply and Engine room blower
Main Engine(s) Alarm panel in Wheelhouse and Flybridge helm stations: alarms for: high Main Engine cooling water temperature, low Main Engine oil pressure, high Transmission oil temperature, low Transmission oil pressure
Fire and Bilge Alarm panels in Master Stateroom, Wheelhouse and Flybridge.
Each bilge compartment is fitted with a high water level detector. The alarm is triggered when the upper bilge pump is activated
CO and smoke detectors. Salon and each lower deck accommodation space are fitted with a CO detector. The smoke detectors installed in the galley, wheelhouse, engine room and lower deck corridor. At the detection of smoke in any of the accommodation spaces, an alarm panel throughout the vessel is activated
Electrical System & Components
The electrical systems are controlled and monitored from the AC and DC main power distribution and switchboard panels which are built from compact, high quality components. The system includes premium quality circuit breakers for optimal over-current protection of electrical equipment. The main switchboard is equipped with a generator frequency meter, amp and volt meters for the generator and shore power. The main DC distribution has a maximum capacity of 300 amps at 24V DC including 125 amps dedicated to the navigation/communication system
Generators and shore power can be operated from the engine room and wheelhouse. The main switch board override allows manual selection of generators or shore power
The standard electrical system is a 60Hz (120V/240V) AC system and the optional European electrical system is a 50Hz (220V) AC. Either the electrical system is built with a split-bus configuration, which can accept up to two (2) gensets and two (2) 50 amp shore power connections, and one (1) 4000W inverter. Each bus has a manual selector switch. The AC system requires continuous operation of the generator(s) or connection to shore power.
Bilge and service pumps, toilets and marine electronics run off 24V DC power
The house battery bank consists of 6 X 8D 12 volt sealed, deep-cycle batteries (1530 amps) connected in series to provide short term 24V DC power when switching between AC power sources or when the generator is not running
The Inverter supports: Galley refrigerator, Ice Maker (if fitted), Microwave, Entertainment System and Salon TV Lift, Engine Room Fluorescent Lighting, Engine Room Blowers and Fan, Electrical outlets.
Onan 27 kW w/sound shield
Keypower PTO get-home drive
Xantrex/Trace Engineering 4000 Watt inverter/charger
(2) 8D 24V Lifeline AGM batteries for main engine
(1) 120 amp/hr starting battery
(2) GP31 24V cranking batteries for generator
(6) 8D 24V batteries for house & inverter
Engine alarm for temp & oil
DC overhead lighting
Aquasignal running, navigation and anchor lights, 24V DC.
TV cable to salon, master, guest and VIP staterooms.
(5) Pre-wired telephone system jacks in the Main Salon, Wheelhouse and the three Lower Deck Staterooms.
Cable TV and telephone line shore connections located on aft deck.
(1) Glenndinning shore power cable retractor connected to the aft shore power connection, with collecting bin located in the Lazarette.
Jabsco 62040-4006X Xenon search light with control in two stations
Communication & Navigational Electronics
Communications and navigational electronics are not included in the base specification
Pre-fit raceways and conduit for owner’s future installation of communication and navigation electronics are included. Owner supplied electronics may be installed on a custom change order basis.
Basic cabling for the onboard AV system is included in the base price. All AV End Equipment and Components (including interior speakers) as follows; main salon—Sony, Sharp or Samsung 32” LCD HDTV and Pioneer Surround Sound System, VIP stateroom—Sony, Sharp or Samsung 22” LCD HDTV with Sony DVD player with two (2) Polyplanar speakers, master stateroom—Sony, Sharp or Samsung 22” LCD HDTV with Sony DVD player with two (2) Polyplanar speakers, flybridge—Sony CD player with two (2) exterior Polyplanar speakers; aft deck--with two (2) exterior Polyplanar speakers.
The foredeck offers seating for sunning or comfortable viewing underway with storage beneth the seats. The numerous and stylish stainless steel freeing ports have vertical line rollers to prevent line chafing. High bulwarks, 50 inches forward and 47 inches from amidships aft, also contribute to the solid and secure feeling on deck. The Portuguese bridge, with double opening doors, offers greenwater deflection as well as quality stowage accessible from large doors on the aft side or from the deck seating forward. Two centralized fuel filling systems allowing both fuel tanks on each side to be filled simultaneously. Pressurized sea water wash-down system for fore deck adjacent to chain locker & aft deck/integral swim platform. Freshwater wash-down.
Maxwell 3500 hydraulic windlass w/ controls at bow, WH, & FB
136 lb SS pool-style anchor
SS hull anchor pocket w/ ss protection plates
350' of 3/8" high grade galvanized chain, marked
SS anchor hawse & spiraling pipe
4 heavy-duty bollard cleats
Flybridge & Upper Aft Deck
Entry to the flybridge is from stairs on the aft deck or from the wheelhouse through a pneumatic lift stainless steel framed hinged Manship door/hatch with tinted window. The underway visibility from the full beam flybridge station is excellent and the fore/aft placement of the helm is ideal. Seating for family and guests is generous at large dining table; additional double observation seat is to starboard. Portside is a chef prep area with fold-down lid and stainless steel sink. Rigid stainless steel remountable awning with Sunbrella fabric provides shade for this area is optional. Numerous areas of generous stowage.
Aft of the seating area is the "Stack." Although, Sea Spirit Yachts are wet exhaust, the stack provides an appealing profile and gives a great location for housing the optional slide-out BBQ grill and propane tanks on the portside; the starboardside includes a large storage area for fenders, lines, or deck chairs. The navigation mast is hinged and can be easily lowered without the need for "yard assist" giving an air draught to less than 20'.
The aft area of the flybridge, which can also be accessed by stairs from the lower aft deck, is convenient for storing the dinghy.
Flybridge power-assisted hydraulic steering control station comes with electronic clutch, throttle controls, engine gauges, start/stop switches, rudder indicator and bow and stern thruster controls.
Stainless steel "Destroyer" type wheel w/ rear mount helm pump
Sunbrella™ fabric cushions
Table on high/low stainless steel pedestal
Generous stowage in cabinets and under seating
(2) Propane tanks
Fold down barbecue prep table
Aft Deck & Integral Swim Platform
Another of the great features of the Sea Spirit 60 is the aft deck. While this is an additional ideal area for alfresco dining for up to 9 guests, it is well designed to also allow access to the swim platform. Settees with Sunbrella fabric to port and starboard of the door access are built into the bulwarks with storage below and cabinets on the sides. Two varnished teak table tops in stainless steel pedestals serve the two settees. Cleverly designed, there is an optional removable table top leaf and seat insert for extending the seating and dining area when entry to the swim platform is not needed. Fold down table to the starboard side of the salon door Starboard wing door has rectangular upper window. The teak deck is sun and water protected and adds comfort and elegant touch.
The locking centerline pantographic transom door swings out for easy access to the swim platform which includes a large wet storage compartment and retractable pocketed swim ladder. Integrated swim platform perimeter rub rail with 3”x1/2” oval stainless steel rubbing strake; 2 stainless steel pop-up cleats on swim platform. Connection and 15m air hose for blowing deck and etc. Stainless steel towing eye on CL beneath swim step. Forward of the transom door are recessed cabinets, one for the controls for easy dirty oil discharge with fresh and salt water hose connections and the other for hand-held hot/cold shower fixtures.
The canoe stern design not only offers better sea keeping, particularly in aft seas where the Sparkman & Stephens design team have perfected the sailboat based hull form, but it also offers unique aesthetic appeal. Additionally, this design allows for an oversized wrap-around swim platform which provides the ability to board from either port or starboard side from marina docks, as well as the ability to tie up numerous water toys and still have maneuverability for boarding, fishing, and utilizing the extra "real estate" space.
Hull & Superstructure Finish
Blister-resistant gelcoat epoxy barrier primer and International anti-fouling bottom paint below waterline.
Isophthalic gelcoat base primer.
FRP Cap rails with stainless steel 1” oval anti collision cap.
Exterior Gelcoat colors: Hull in medium dark blue and superstructure in off white.
Sparkman & Stephens signature cove stripe in gold paint.
Bilges, Lazarette, some access location and Engine Room finished in white epoxy paint
Boot top striping in acrylic urethane paint in color compatible with hull color.
The vessel will be provided with an owner's operating manual which includes:
General description of the vessel systems and operating procedures;
Maintenance checklists and schedules;
Owner acceptance sign-off lists (fit and finish and systems operation);
Complete Manufacturer Equipment List
Marine engine manufacturer’s technical survey of installation and performance;
System schematics: Electrical schematics (by system); Lighting arrangement plans; AC and DC electrical panel layouts; Fuel system schematic; Head system schematic; Black, Gray and Domestic water system schematic(s); Hull lifting sling locations.
OEM Warrantee Support
In addition to the Sea Spirit standard warrantee, the Vessel will be supplied with a complete set of OEM (original equipment manufacturer’s) operating manuals. The manuals will include contact information and warrantee claims procedures. Sea Spirit’s Customer Service Department will be happy to assist with OEM warranty claims.
Performance statistics, weight, draft displacement, freeboard and height are estimated quantities only and are not warranted. Actual figures may vary according to construction tolerances, equipment, supplies, fuel, water and stores on board and sea conditions. Sea Spirit reserves the right to substitute equivalent equipment and materials stated herein and to make design and dimensional changes to suit requirements and meet design parameters
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.