Price: £5,900 GBP
Location: Heybridge Basin, Nr Maldon, Essex GB
Condition: Very good
Class: Antique and Classics
Keel Type: Lifting Keel
Bermudan cutter, sail number 71, built in 1982, Sea Pie is a lovely example of these very characterful pleasure yachts. Sea Pie was comissioned and built for her only and present owners. She has been meticulously maintained and is a real credit to them. Provides 3 berths in 2 cabins.
Nominal Length: 6.40m
Length Overall: 6.40m
Length At Water Line: 5.56m
Beam: 2.29 m
Draft: 1.83 m
Max Draft: 1.83 m
Keel Up: 0.76 m
Keel Down: 1.83 m
Fuel Tank Capacity: 5 : gallons
Water Tank Capacity: 2 : gallons
Displacement: 1623.86 kilograms
Engine Power: 7.5hp
Number of Engines: 1
Passenger Capacity: 3
Builder: Alan Platt
Boat Name: Sea Pie
Engine Description: Yanmar 1GM original, 1982. Diesel- fuel, sea water cooled.
Stainless steel fuel tank, 1 heavy duty battery
Twin bladed propeller
the engine is located under the cockpit sole.
It can be electric or manually started.
Annually serviced by French Marine, Date of last service October 2016.
Built in 1982. Clinker wooden construction (Iroko) with long keel galvanised centre plate, aft cockpit with tiller steering and Bermudan cutter rig, 3 birth internal layout with around 4’3″ headroom. Hull is snow white and decks are cream. The hard wood coach roof is naturally varnished. Centreboard, transom hung rudder.
Accommodation: She has 3 berths including a single berth in the fore peak. All soft furnishings are removed for the winter, in dry store. Cabin sole raised to allow the cabin to fully air. Curtaining between two cabin areas. Starboard single berth port side shelving/stowage. Head compartment port side. Bulkhead under mast deck comprising two opposite settee berths centreboard box down the centre line and doubles as the dining table. The cooker is to starboard of the companion way. Port there is a cupboard and a fold down chart table.
Solar air vents with a spirit cooker with 2 burners, foot pumped water supply from Jerry can. Marine toilet (new toilet intake seacock fitted 2014). Beige upholstery with curtains.
Sails & Rig:
Varnished wooden Bowsprit, mast and boom are aluminium made by sail spar. Whisker pole. Her original suit of sails, if required. Mainsail 2002 by Jeckells, Blue taylors sail cover. Staysail and no:1 Jib, new in 2004 made by James Lawrence. Storm jib made by Jeckells. Slab reefing main sail, stored for the winter.
Sestrel grid compass, Plastimo Compass, Knotmaster log and speed. Simrad RD68 VHF radio, Autohelm 600, radar reflector, barometer, nav light, steaming light and tri colour masthead light, oil anchor light.
Jackstay lifelines on coach roof, Danbuoy, 1 lifebuoy, 2 life jackets, 2 safety harnesses, distress flares, 2 fire extinguishers, 2 manual bilge pumps, life loop.