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  • Sold
  • Sail / Cruisers
  • Hake / Seaward / 32RK
  • 2005 / Used
  • 34'7" / 10'6"
  • Yanmar 3YM30
  • Diesel

Cruisers 2005 Hake / Seaward 32rk

Off Market since Nov 24th 2022

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.

Just listed is this very rare and versatile sailboat that offers performance, and beauty as well the ability to trailer anywhere. The Seaward 32RK is 34'7" long with a 10'6" beam. The draft ranges from 20 inches to 6.5 feet when lowered. It has a Yanmar 29 hp diesel, in mast mainsail furling as well as jib furling. A very comfortable pocket cruiser for up to two couples or a small family.

Overview

Manufacturer Provided Description

The premise that lead us to build the first 32RK arose from our desire to have a boat that would suit the water geography of south Florida, where we have vast expanses of quietly beautiful, but extremely shallow water. Our premise became more complex when we also wanted our boat to take us comfortably and confidently across sixty or so miles of open ocean, across the Gulfstream to the Bahamas and Abacos. Once to the islands, shallow draft would again be an important plus. That thinking lead us to the 32RK. The 32RK may be the perfect boat for sailors everywhere wanting to get out of the marked channel and into quieter and less traveled waters, but at the same time, don't want to give up the stability and confidence that a deep keeled boat offers when venturing offshore She's a wonderful fast cruiser even more compelling when you consider the possibilities offered by the variable retracting keel and rudder. Draft range is between 20? and 6' 6", making it possible to walk to shore from your boat without getting your shorts wet. And with the keel down (there's a lead ballasted torpedo-style bulb at the keel's lower tip), you can go almost anywhere. The possibilities are endless. For details on how the keel system functions, see our keel system? page on this website. Aside from its obvious versatility, the 32RK is a fine sailboat. She's sized perfectly for two couples, or for a family with small children. Her cockpit is large and comfortable, side decks are wide and secure and she's designed to be easily handled and sailed by one. Below decks, accommodations are comfortable and intelligently planned, whether for sleeping, sitting and reading, cooking or showering. There's room for four adults and their gear for vacation cruising. The cabin is bright and well ventilated, with eight opening ports and two deck hatches. Like all true thoroughbreds, the 32RK always has performance potential in reserve, but is never demanding. It's a performance/cruiser at its best: total exhilaration when you want it, calm and steady when you don't. Just lower the foils a bit to dial in more stability, and more upwind performance, and draw them up when you want to get off the boat and stretch your legs on a deserted beach.

Additional Description

  – Trailer, triple axle, aluminum construction, with surge brakes
  – Dodger
  – Dodger side curtains
  – Bimini Top
  – Plow anchor, galvanized with chain and rode
  – Plow anchor, stainless with chain and rode
  – Anchor windlass, electric, with cockpit and foredeck controls
  – Lazy jacks
  – Mainsail cover
  – Saturn compass
  – Ritchie compass
  – Depth sounder with alarm, bulkhead mounted
  – Propane cooktop
  – Propane oven
  – Mast raising system
  – Mast crutch
  – Steering wheel cover
  – Cruising spinnaker with sheets
  – GenSet, 4kw
  – Cockpit cushions, closed-cell foam
  – Air conditioning, 12,000 btu, requires genset or shore power
  – Air conditioning, 5,000 btu, dockside or at anchor, includes battery pack, H.O. alternator, inverter.
  – Cockpit table, synthetic material, mounts at helm
  – Antifouling bottom paint
  – Custom hull color, topsides only (from waterline to gunnel)
  – Custom sheer stripe color (standard is dark blue)
  – Strong Track system for Main Sail
  – Custom interior fabric
  – Storm Sail - spectra luff, below deck load transfer, deck blocks, 2:1 purchase halyard, sheets

Standard Equipment

  – Yanmar diesel, 3YM30, 29hp, heat exchanger cooled
  – Layup is handlaid unidirectional fiberglass
  – Critical fiberglass parts are infused FRP
  – Wheel steering, with 36? stainless wheel
  – Fully battened, full-roached mainsail with reef points
  – Custom mainsheet system with coachroof traveler
  – Roller furled 135 genoa with suncover
  – Genoa tracks and ball bearing blocks/ lead cars
  – Internal halyards and outhauls lead aft
  – Self tailing winches, two #40 two-speed sheet winches, two #16 halyard winches
  – Electric refrigeration/freezer 12 volt
  – Stainless opening ports with screens (8)
  – Vertically retracting high aspect keel with ballasted torpedo electrically operated
  – Vertically retracting high aspect rudder
  – Interior cushions
  – Deluxe hatches 1/2? thick lens
  – Stainless cowl vents w/dorades (2)
  – Dinette table/ converts to double berth
  – Sinks: 9gal. + 3gal. bowl in galley, single in head
  – 65 Gallon freshwater supply
  – Main breaker panel, 100% tinned boat cable throughout
  – Odyssey AGM batteries/ 3 year full replacement 12 yr life.
  – Fully molded structural headliner
  – Hardwood and holly sole in salon
  – 2 Teak privacy ship doors
  – Private head with separate shower
  – Four stainless four bolt yacht cleats
  – Bowsprit with rollers for two anchors
  – Bow pulpit with double lifelines
  – Stern rail with stern rail seats
  – Swim ladder and swim hot cold shower at transom
  – Running lights
  – Heavy stainless strike rail
  – Anodized slotted toe rail
  – Dual stainless hawse [pipes for mooring lines
  – Anchor storage with stainless deck pipe
  – Molded gelcoat sheer stripe. 2-part polyurethane boot stripe
  – Iso-NPG gelcoat on all surfaces
  – Mast light, steaming, anchor combination
  – 5/8" towing bow eye
  – 5 Year limited hull warranty

Disclaimer

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.

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