SOLD !! – 31′ Seafarer Yawl 1973 – $9,750
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SOLD !! – 31′ Seafarer Yawl 1973 – $9,750

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A comfortable interior design and good sailing characteristics are the hallmark of this William Tripp design for Seafarer Yachts.

The 31′ MK-I yawl was first built in 1968 and production continued until 1974.  With accommodations for four adults in the vee berth and convertible salon, the 31′ Seafarer makes a great weekender.

She has a propane cabin heater and two-burner galley stove, ample stowage for your gear and a reliable Volvo MD diesel to get you to back to your moorage after a day on the lake, or out in the Sound.

Her modified full keel and rudder skeg design provides a solid, stable motion when sailing and her sails are easily handled on deck, including a roller furling jib.

There’s a good inventory of engine spares, extra canvas for Bimini, useable gear, galley wares and safety equipment aboard.  She’d make a fine first boat for a novice sailor or a couple wanting to explore the Northwest waters.

Come take a look.   Well priced for a quick sale.  David 206.225.3360

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Specifications and Equipment

Dimensions:

31′ 6″ LOA

8′ 8 Beam

4′ 5″ draft

Sail area 405 sq. ft

Displacement8,750 lbs

Deck and Rigging:

Barient 10 mast winch and mainsheet winch

Barient 16 sheet winches

Reacher pole

CQR plow anchor with chain and line rode

Danforth 10lb spare anchor in lazarette

Edson steering pedestal with Danforth helm compass

Autohelm electric auto pilot

Cockpit helm table and cup holders

Cockpit dodger frame (no canvas, needs replacement)

Stainless bow pulpit and stanchions

Whale gusher cockpit pump

Folding boarding ladder

Propane barbecue for aft cockpit

Two propane tanks

Engine and Electrical:

Volvo MD-11 two cylinder diesel, 1560 hours

2 house, 1 start battery

30 amp shore power cord

Tru-charge 20 amp battery charger

Galley and Salon:

Force 10 propane ‘Cozy Heater’ in salon

Convertible dining settee to double berth

Instant-on propane hot water heater in the head

Kenyon 2 burner propane stove top

Single stainless galley sink with foot pump saltwater rinse

Wilcox manual pump toilet

Refrig. compressor with cold plate

Hanging locker on vee berth

Salon oil lamps

Clock and Barometer

Electronics and Safety:

Apelco XCD 240 depth sounder

Unimetrics VHF

Lifesling on stern rail

Two fire extinguishers

Marinetics propane detection system

Two First Aid kits

Lifejackets

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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