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SeaStream Motor Sailor

  • Type of Boat: Sail Boat
  • Model: SeaStream 34
  • Make: Motor Sailor
  • Year: 1980
  • Length: 34
  • Beam: 10'-6"
  • Draft: 2 meters
  • Hull Type: Fibreglass
  • Number of Engines: --
  • Horsepower: --
  • Estimated Running Hours: unknown
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Capacity: 250 L
  • Total Passenger Capacity: 4
  • Number Of Berths / Sleeps: 4
  • Condidtion: Good

Ad Description

EdiAnne is a SeaStream 34, She’s a well-built classic motor sailor built in the UK with hand laid fiberglass construction. She should be able to sail just about anywhere and would be excellent for coastal Thailand as a live aboard or weekend sailor.

I bought EdiAnne for myself knowing that I had work to do on her. As a retired carpenter, I got to work refurbishing her because I was going to keep her. I was living on board and working on the outside while I thought about what I wanted to do with the inside. I replaced the teak toe rails and grab rails, I re-bedded all the deck fittings and hatches, and painted the deck. Last spring my dream boat came along at a price I couldn’t pass up and it didn’t need much work. Having another place to live allowed me to pull EdiAnne out of the water so I could do the maintenance needed on the hull and underside.
The engine is a 55hp Volvo Penta it runs good and smooth and starts right up. I replaced all 4 batteries with 2 gel cell deep cycle and 2 lead acid. I needed to rebuild the seawater pump, but that’s about all the engine needed.
I could paint everything inside white like the other boats in the ads, or keep the original natural wood. I could keep going and refurbish the inside to my style, but because I’m going to sell her I realize that the work should be done by the person that buys her so they can make the decisions about what they want their boat to be like. Things like where to put wood paneling, the vinyl bulkhead and overhead covering color, upholstery fabric, and laminate color.
There is definitely work that should be done, but I believe she could be put in the water and sailed away with minimal work. In the time I have been here I have found very competent workers that live locally and work at a reasonable price and suppliers for much of what will be needed. I’d be happy to show the next owner what I have found and give advice about how to save money on labor and materials.
The dry storage and berth rental is reasonable here, The area is beautiful and a nice place to be. I’ve already paid for the relaunch
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