This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • $29,900  originally $42,500
  • Sail / Ketch
  • Allied / 32 Seawind MKII
  • 1979 / Used
  • 32' / 10'
  • Beta Marine Beta 28
  • 28 hp
  • 350 hrs
  • Diesel

Ketch 1979 Allied 32 Seawind Mkii listed by Pier One Yacht Sales (Off Market)

  • Last advertised price $29,900
  • Powered by single Beta Marine Beta 28 / 28 hp / 350 hrs
  • Off Market / since Jan 24th 2018

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If you are looking for a true classic beauty, then you must see this 32 Allied Seawind MK II. She is a proven Bluewater Sailing Vessel that has had many updates, including the installation of a new 28 HP Beta Marine Diesel Engine in 2009. This vessel is in very nice condition and ready to sail today! Take a look and you will want to be her proud new owner!

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Sea Hound

Keel: Full

LOA: 32 ft 0 in
Beam: 10 ft 5 in
LWL: 25 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in
Displacement: 14900 lbs
Ballast: 5800 lbs

Total Power: 28 HP

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Beta Marine
Engine Model: Beta 28
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 350
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 28 HP

Fresh Water Tanks: (60 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (40 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: (24 Gallons)


Matster stateroom is forward with V-berth that sleeps two, head and shower is to starboard with double entry from the companionway and the forward stateroom. Salon has a settee to port which sleeps one guest, a second settee across which slides out to sleep two guests and a drop-down teak folding dinette table. Nav station to starboard and L-shaped galley to port. Cabin has all new cushions and decorator pillows. There are (10) opening ports with new screens and (2) opening hatches with new screens. Cockpit is spacious and has cockpit cushions. Wide side-decks with fresh non-skid finish provide easy access to the bow.


  – Technautics Cool Blue Refrigerator/Freezer
  – Force 10 Propane Two Burner Range and Oven
  – Stainless Steel Sink
  – New Water Heater
  – Storage Cabinets


  – Ritchie Compass
  – Hawkeye Depth Sounder
  – New Standard Eclipse VHF Radio
  – Garmin 4000 Series Combination GPS/Chart Plotter/Depth Sounder

Electrical System

  – 4-8D House Batteries
  – 1-Engine Starting Battery
  – Battery Parallel Switch
  – 30 Amp Dock Cable
  – Galvanic Isolator

Deck Equipment

  – 1-Delta Anchor
  – 1-Danforth Anchor
  – 30 Chain and 270 Rode
  – New Bimini Top and Dodger
  – Bow Pulpit and Rails
  – Side Stanchions and New Life Lines
  – Fiberglass Deck With New Non-Skid Finish
  – Fenders and Lines
  – Navigation Lights
  – Spreader Lights
  – Stainless Steel Swim ladder
  – Lewmar Y2/3 Electric Windlass
  – Cockpit Shower (Freshwater)
  – Canvas Covers For Hatches and Hand Rails

Mechanical Equipment and Engine Details

  – Turbin Series Fuel Polishing System
  – Fuel Shut-Off Valve
  – Tides Marine Shaft Seal With Spare
  – 4 Blade Feathering Prop
  – Mermaid Air Conditioning/Heat System
  – Engine Alarms
  – Freshwater Cooled 28 hp Beta Marine Diesel Engine (New 2009)
  – PRM Marine PR-80 Transmission
  – 100 Amp Alternator
  – Racor Fuel Filter
  – Electric Head With Macerator Pump and Y-Valve
  – Raw Water Sea Strainer
  – Edson Rack and Pinion Wheel Steering
  – Edson Friction Wheel Lock
  – Spare Filters, Belts, Impellers and Zincs


Owners Personal Items and Belongings

Sails and Rigging

  – Cruise Equipped
  – Stainless Steel Wire Standing Rigging
  – Aluminum Spars
  – Stepped On Deck Mast
  – UK Mainsail Fully Battened W/ Battcars
  – UK Mizzen Fully Battened With Sunbrella Canvas Cover
  – UK 110% Genoa With Sunbrella Canvas Cover
  – Spinnaker
  – Roller Furling Designed To Fly 2 Headsails
  – Spinakker Pole Mounted on Main Mast
  – 2-Barient #23 ST Winches In Cockpit
  – 2-Lewmar #8 Winches On Main Mast
  – 1-Barient #9 Winch On Mizzen Mast
  – 1-Lewmar Cockpit Winch On Cabin Roof
  – Winch Handles
  – Running Rigging/Lines New-2014

Manufacturer's Comment

The original Allied Seawind-a 30 footer-was the first fiberglass sailboat to circumnavigate and since then, other Seawind skippers have circled the globe as well. The Seawind MK-II, at 32 feet, is a logical extention of the original Seawind designed by naval ar Tom Gillmer, well-known for his ability to combine beauty and brawn with superb sailing ability and generous creature comforts. The Seawind II, with its long keel and medium displacement, provides maximum directional stability and superior performance on all points of sail, especially to windward. Shes fast, even in light airs, stable and surprisingly stiff. Handmade by American craftsmen on the shores of the Hudson River, the Seawind II was built to exceed Lloyds AAA spefications.


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.