Number of single berths: 5
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 1
Displacement: 20 tons
Total Power: 750 hp Max Speed: 19 knots @ 2,350 rpm
Lee Wilbur’s fine joinery matched with the Newman 46’s sea-kindly hull and United States Coast Guard Inspected building process make Sea State an exceptionally handsome and capable cruiser. Her second owner, a marina owner, applied his many years of experience to make her a capable marine research vessel, treasure and tuna hunter. Voyaging from Maine to the Keys in fair weather and foul has proven her capabilities. Sea State’s interior reflects special attention to the details of creature comfort and ease of maintenance. Oil-finished southern cypress paneling make her bright and airy below. Passage doors and bulkheads are sound insulated. Her salon windows are quarter-inch tempered glass and her many opening ports and hatches are heavy Lexan by Bomar. All hardware below is brass or bronze, which together with a western fir cabin sole caulked with 3-M caulking give her a traditional “shippy” appearance. Her amidships galley with two-burner stove and oven (220v) is a cook’s delight. An upright refrigerator-freezer plus racked dish service for eight complete her well-appointed galley. Sea State provides sleeping comfort for four in a large forward stateroom. In addition there’s a large single watch berth, port side aft in the pilot house. As rugged as she is handsome, she will appeal strongly to those who admire traditional Down East craftsmanship and classic style.
New Single Detroit Diesel 8V92 was installed in 2000 with Twin Turbo w/trolling valve, 750 hp, 2.5:1 Twin Disc reduction gear, 5-blade High Tensel bronze propeller, Groco seawater strainer, dual Racor fuel filters, Northern Lights 20 KW genset. Two helm stations—flybridge, salon, with Hynautic/Morse controls and rebuilt Wagner steering.
Cruises 16 knots. Max speed 19 knots at 2,350 rpm.
Two stainless USCG approved 350 gallon fuel tanks with fuel return switches.
The jade-green awlgripped hull is solid fire retardant resin hand-laid fiberglass with alternate layers of matt and woven fiberglass. The white with nonskid superstructure is made up of hand-laid fiberglass and utilizes an end grain balsa core for structural rigidity and weight reduction. Exterior trim is teak with Cetol finish. Bimini top, Sunbrella.
12V DC/110V AC system, 20 kW Northern Lights generator, Promatic Elite 50-3 battery charger, four 8D and two 2D batteries, heavy duty shore power cord.
Sleeps total of five in two cabins. One head with shower to starboard. Interior joiner work southern cypress with Watco oil finish, cabin sole is edge grain western fir with 3M caulking and satin Zipguard finish. Forward cabin: 35” x 6’6” vee-berths with foam filler—drawers, lockers, plus hanging lockers and bureaus; escape hatch. Amidships to starboard: sink, shower with seat, auto sump pump, Wilcox Crittenden Skipper (manual) with Y valve. Solid teak dinette table. Main salon has Captains and navigator’s seat built-in. Aft of navigator’s seat is the navigator’s stateroom with a large chart table and full sleeping quarters for off duty first mate or two children. This stateroom has ample storage for miscellaneous equipment under bed and numerous sliding drawers. Hatches to port and aft make this off duty captain’s cabin a delight. Galley: Amidships to port, rectangle shaped (modified “U”), dishes in custom dish racks (dishes included), two-burner stove (110v) with oven (220v) with sea rails, upright refrigerator (50” x 25”) AC/DC with freezer, hot and cold pressurized water system; white formica and stainless counter with teak trim and large sink.
2 new VHFs with letdown antenna, Robertson autopilot, rudder angle indicator, dual unit Raytheon radar units, Sitex bottom and GPS unit depth sounders and Raytheon Loran C, Raytheon chart plotter.
1 Marine Air A/C unit, head blower, CQR 30 lb. anchor with 30 feet 3/8 Hi Test chain, Danforth 35 lb. anchor; Yachtsman 65 lb. anchor with a 300’+ rode plus 500’ of spare rode; windlass, custom anchor rollers, rope locker water pump, two bilge blowers in engine room, three electric Groco and Rule heavy duty bilge pumps—main engine intake manifold valve in bilge, one long boat hook, canvas awning and bimini, b, 6” Ritchie Globemaster compass (main steering), 4” Galaxy compass (flybridge), six dock lines, four fenders, automatic Fireboy fire system (engine room), three fire extinguishers, flagstaff and ensign, fume detector, auto control horn, interior and exterior handrails. Bomar opening ports, six opening windows, three large Lexan hatches all with screens. Heavy duty rub rails all around (black), one Lifesling, six life jackets, 2 closed cell flybridge chairs, masthead strobe, Avon inflatable raft with hydro-release, 401 EPIRB.
New stainless steel rudder with a 2” post; new anchor windlass; new Espar heater; 2 new hatches on cabin trunk; 2 new handrails; new Soundown in forward and main cabins; new refrigerator/ freezer; 2 new removable davits.
Down East hull designs are known for their soft, dry ride. They ride at relatively flat angles at all speed ranges. Moreover, like many private airplanes, their single engine design cuts fuel and maintenance costs in half while also providing a keel that gives the best protection to the propeller possible.
At the Dock
Last Revised: Nov 27, 2013
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