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Old 31-01-2018, 20:19   #1
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2002 Seawind 1000 Catamaran

"Jumanji" is a 2002 Seawind 1000 catamaran that has been meticulously- maintained, has updated electronics, replaced standing and running rigging, and newer outboard motors.* She sails well with upsized sail controls, cruise laminate jib and main, two spinnakers, and numerous bay and offshore race trophies as proof of her competitiveness.* In 2016, her owners took her on a four-month trip from Texas to Bahamas and as far south as Georgetown, and her systems supported comfortable cruising even in the remote Exuma cays.

Current owners have a deposit on a Seawind 1160 Lite contingent upon a test sail scheduled for the boat show">Miami Boat Show.* Jumanji is located in Port Aransas, Texas and offered at $179,000.* Here is a link to the listing:

The Finish Line (Stuart, FL)

For inquiries regarding Jumanji, please contact Steve Marsh at*(772) 285-0733*or*steve@finishlineotc.com.


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Old 05-02-2018, 10:32   #2
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Here are detailed specifications for the vessel. Note the upgrades and replacements of equipment, lights, and electronics. The owner has a passion for improvements, clean installations, and systems that work flawlessly. Some things are readily apparent - B&G Zeus 2 chartplotter and 4G radar, Vesper AIS, Icom VHF - all equipment that the owner considered "best in class" when it was installed two years ago. Yamaha High-Thrust outboards (2012) with dual tachs in custom nacelle; Stecktronics masthead LED NAV/anchor light and the original bow and stern mounted NAV lights replaced with sealed LED (use masthead offshore, and lower-mounted lights inshore and ICW); Alpenglow LED lights in salon (dual power, night vision) and berths. Other improvements more hidden: Blue Sky MPPT solar controller; upsizing the mainsheet blocks, traveler track and car, and controls; removing all inline fuses and installing proper, labeled fuse panels; a Vectran main halyard with Tylaska titanium shackle, and a same-size Vectran topping lift that can be used as main halyard backup; upsizing all of the wiring from the solar panels to remove voltage drop; installing a main halyard winch and clutch on mast to make mainsail raising and reefing easy; motor flush line extensions to make that job easier (and motors are fresh water flushed after each use, when possible), etc.

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“JUMANJI” – 2002 SEAWIND 1000
VESSEL & SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL INFORMATION

LOA 10.06 m 33’ 0”
LWL 9.85 m 32’ 4”
BEAM OA 5.91 m 19’ 5”
BEAM CL-CL 4.62 m 15’ 2”
BEAM DWL 1.08 m 3’ 6”
DISPLACEMENT 4,770 kg 10,495 lb
DRAFT 0.97 m 3’ 2”
UNDERWIND CLEARANCE 0.675 m 2’ 3”
HEADROOM IN HULLS 1.93 m 6’ 4”
MAST HEIGHT ABOVE WATER 16.00 m 52’ 6”
BRIDGE CLEARANCE (MIN FROM WL) 54’ 0”
WATER TANK CAPACITY 400 litres (UK) 106 gal US
FUEL TANK CAPACITY (2 TANKS) 120 litres (UK) 31.7 gal US
SULLAGE TANK CAPACITY 130 litres (UK) 34.3 gal US

BEAM/LENGTH OA 59%
BEAM/LENGTH DWL 1:9.2

SYSTEMS

Electrical System- DC
• Three (3) Deka 12-volt, Group 31 AGM batteries (installed Sept 2015)
• Two (2) 120 watt Kyocera solar panels (original). In Sept 2015, upsized wiring from each panel to 8 gauge, to maximize charge efficiency.
• Blue Sky Solar Boost 2512 i(X) 25 amp maximum power point tracking (MPPT) photovoltaic charge controller (Jan 2009)
• Blue Sky IPN-ProRemote network charge controller and battery system monitor (Jan 2009)
• Custom 12-volt DC circuit break panel
Battery selector switch (1-2-Both)

Electrical System – AC
• Shorepower system installed in November 2009
• Marinco 30 amp, 125 volt stainless steel power inlet
• Blue Sea Systems AC main power distribution panel with double-pole 30 amp main circuit breaker+ six (6) 15-amp branch circuit breakers
• Guest 4531001 30-amp galvanic isolator
• Three-stage, 30-amp battery charger
• Four (4) GFCI receptacles (15 amp, 125 volt) – two per hull

Refrigeration
• ICEER 105 electric eutectic refrigerator/freezer two-compartment unit

Engines
• Two (2) 9.9 hp Yamaha T9.9 XEHA four-stroke outboard gasoline engines (installed June 2012)
• As of Feb 2018, each motor has 620 hours. Hour meters replaced when motors replaced, although starboard meter had to be replaced again later when stopped working. (Currently shows less hours)
• Complete water pump kits installed and gear oil replaced in June 2016
• Flexible fuel lines replaced with Yamaha equipment in June 2012
• Two Sierra Amega tachometers installed topside in custom nacelle when repowered in 2012
• Two (2) Delphi fuel filters with water separator bowls – one at each motor

Standing and Running Rigging
• In August 2015, mast removed from boat and inspected, and all standing rigging, turnbuckles and fittings – including dolphin striker and gull striker – replaced by Stix-n-Rig’n Inc. All mast lighting, instruments, and internal wiring replaced.
Aluminum radar platform fabricated and installed, internal conduit installed, radar wiring run, and B&G 4G Broadband Radar unit installed (August 2015)
• In June 2016 – after trip from Texas to Bahamas and back - Stix-n-Rig’n personnel returned to inspect and tune rig. Some minor adjustments only.
• Main halyard, jib sheets, traveler sheet, mainsheet, and both reefing lines replaced by owner in September 2015. Splicing performed by Stix-n-Rig’n.
• All lifelines and hardware replaced January 2010

Sail Control System Upgrades
• Stock system is pair of Harken ST40’s with all halyards led to cockpit
• Upgrade: Harken ST32 with Selden mast winch base and Spinlock XTS clutches installed on mast by Stix-n-Rig’n. Allows for easier hoist of mainsail and reefing
• Upgrade: Traveler track and car, end control cleats, and mainsheet blocks upsized to Harken mid-range system (installed April 2008)
Spinnaker handling blocks and clutches added in 2008

Sails
• Barracouta Sails CX Pentex Radial, 500 ft2 mainsail with seven (7) RBS tapered battens, January 2009. Additional Ronstan mast car added vs stock six-batten sail, for better sail shape at top of sail
• Barracouta Sails CX Pentex Radial, 200 ft2 roller furling jib with two (2) battens, January 2009. (Put in service in 2015, as used original jib prior.)
• Barracouta Sails 1.25 oz, 650 ft2 asymmetric spinnaker with ChuteScoop sock, March 2010. (90-120 deg apparent wind) New condition.
• UK Sails 0.75 oz, 811 ft2 symmetric spinnaker with ChuteScoop sock, unknown age. (Downwind sail)
• Original dacron roller furling jib.

Anchoring
• Primary ground tackle is 15 kg (33 lb) Rocna anchor (May 2009), 150 ft of 8 mm chain (2007) and 60 ft of 9/16 in rode (2016).
Anchor bridle to front crossbeam eyebolts with Mantus chain hook (2016)
• Muir VR-1250 electric windlass (2008) with “up” foot control switch near windlass, and up/down switch at starboard helm station.
• Aqua Jet 5 gpm washdown pump located in the port-side forward compartment next to the mast.

Air Conditioning and Ventilation
• AC system components installed new in November 2009
• Dometic/Marine Air Vector Turbo VTD-8K-HV reverse cycle unit located under the V-berth in the port hull.
• Passport I/O keypad/display
• March LC-3CP-MD sea water pump
• Mermaid Manufacturing Condensator AC pan drainage system
• Six (6) Caframo 12-volt fans – three in each hull
• Eight (8) Gebo hatches. Three in each hull, and two above salon

LPG and Equipment
• Bosch on-demand LPG gas hot water system installed behind panel in port bathroom
• Maxia Industries Tudor two-burner stove with grill, located in galley
• Aussie-style stainless steel barbeque grill (griddle) located between targa seating
• LPG tank, aluminum, vertical, 10 lb with regulator located outside under starboard side targa seating (March 2013)
• Spare 10 lb steel, vertical tank under port-side targa seating
• BEP gas monitor with display in galley, and sensors at stove and hot water heater
• Fan in hot water system compartment to provide positive pressure and improve flueing of combustion gasses
• Two (2) fire extinguishers, replaced in 2015

Electronics
• B&G Zeus2 T9M (9 inch) multi-function device (March 2015)
• B&G 4G Broadband radar (March 2015)
• Vesper XB8000 Class B AIS transponder with external GPS antenna (March 2015)
• Vesper SP160 AIS antenna splitter (March 2015)
• Vesper VA159 VHF-AIS antenna SS 1 M (March 2015)
ICOM M-506 NMEA2K FM VHF (March 2015)
• B&G ZG100 GPS antenna and high refresh-rate heading compass (March 2015)
Raymarine SeaTalk to SeaTalk NG converter (March 2015). To convert ST60 instrument data to NMEA 2K.
NMEA 2K network installed to share data from all electronics (March 2015)
Raymarine ST60+ masthead wind transducer, base and mast wiring (E22078) – August 2015
• Madman wireless autopilot remote with two FOB’s (July 2015)
• Fusion MS-IP600G marine I-pod docking stereo and Fusion speakers (January 2012)
• Fusion Sirius XM satellite radio module added (2015)
• Raymarine i50 Tridata display (April 2017) installed to replace faulty ST60 Multi Depth/Speed (original/2002)
• Raymarine S1 Smartpilot (ST4000+ autopilot) with rudder sensor (2007). Drive belt replaced October 2015.
• Raymarine wind display upgrade to ST60+ (2010).

Canvas
• Sunbrella dropdown and isinglass windows to fully enclose salon (original, 2002)
• Quantum heavy-duty stack pack (May 2008). Guide lines replaced August 2015
• Bimini/hard top canvas extension (July 2008)
• Black mesh (70%) window covers for salon windows (May 2009)
• Sunbrella covers for wood slats on seating area under targa arch, throttle cover, and Sunbrella insulated hatch covers (May 2009)
• Black mesh sheet bags (2011)
• Black mesh (70%) window/bug screens – above steering stations - to alternate with isinglass windows (February 2016)
• Sunbrella snap-on covers (black out) for front windows (February 2016)

LED Lighting Upgrades
• Stecktronics STM-400 LED Tri-color/Anchor Light and MarineBeam NI-225-CMB combo deck steaming light (August 2015)
• Three (3) Alpenglow Marine Mediterranean berth lights with chrome finish (September 2015)
• Alpenglow Marine Tuscany overhead light with dual power and night vision (October 2015)
• Bow nav lights, stern light, and light above bbq pit replaced with Coast Guard-approved LED fixtures (2017). Set up for choice of using lower nav lights in ICW, and mast-head tri-color offshore.
• Salon settee side lights replaced with LED (2008)

Hull and Topsides
Lexan front windows in salon replaced October 2015
• Pettit Trinidad bottom paint applied by OJ Marine Services June 2016
• Topsides buff and wax by OJ Marine Services June 2016. Previously performed by The Yacht Service Company in September 2015.
• Boat is washed frequently with boat soap, and waxed 2-3x per year.
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Old 05-02-2018, 12:36   #3
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The owners came from a background of eleven years of Corsair trimaran racing, and purchased Jumanji wanting a change of pace into a boat more comfortable for weekend trips, but also still have good sailing characteristics. Adjustable jib cars, full-width main traveler, upsized mainsheet blocks, Cunningham, dual steering wheels – all of the controls are there to effectively trim and steer on all point of sail. Albeit Jumanji is not as fast as her Corsair tri predecessor, she does sail extremely well. She has won numerous bay race cruising class trophies. In 2010, Jumanji took first place Multihull Division C in the Harvest Moon regatta – a 150 nm long offshore race in the Gulf of Mexico. That started as an upwind race in moderate winds, and finished double-reefed beating in 32 knots true wind. The first cruise multihull boat to cross the finish line was a Bahia 46, followed only 15 minutes behind by the 33-ft long Jumanji. Several times the smaller boat punched into large waves, which washed over the hard top and drained quickly from the back – while the crew watched from the dry safety of the salon and canvas extension. A Maine Cat 30 with oversized sails started very fast, but turned into disaster when the conditions worsened and waves washed out the eisenglass windows, leaving her crew wet and exposed. Over one-third of the fleet abandoned the race. Jumanji showed her Aussie build – stiff boat, large mast, hard top salon surround – could stand up to the Gulf of Mexico as well.

Here are some pictures of the sail inventory. The main and jib are made of Pentex laminate by the Barracouta loft in Austrailia – a loft chosen for their experience building competitive Seawind catamaran sails. The jib was only recently put in service, having used the original Dacron jib prior. A Barracouta asymmetric spin is in new condition, and effective for 90-120 deg apparent wind. A large UK symmetric spinnaker is used for deep, downwind sailing. Both spinnakers have ChuteScoops for single-handed hoist and dousing.

The main and jib pictures were taken a couple of weeks ago, the asymmetric spin (blue and white) pic taken while cruising the Bahamas in 2016, and the symmetric (red) spin pic in 2008.
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Old 05-02-2018, 12:58   #4
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Although Jumanji has won her share of racing trophies, she really is set up for cruising. (Forget what people say about their boat not needing to sail fast, because they “are just cruisers”. A boat that sails fast enough to make it to the next landfall before dark, is a better cruising boat!)

In 2016, her owners – who had previously never spent more than two weeks aboard – took Jumanji on a 4+ month cruise from Texas to the Bahamas, crossing over into Bimini and working as far south as Georgetown before heading back to Texas (wanting to be back home before hurricane season!) Most of the time was spent in remote anchorages, and the Kyocera solar panels and three-stage MPPT controller and monitor, and AGM batteries provided all of the power needed. (A Honda 2000 generator was carried but only used once – to run the air conditioning at anchor for a night.)

Refrigeration (deep counter refrig and separate freezer) is very efficient ICEER brand, and all but a few of the interior lights have been changed over to LED. Battery amp-hr drain from overnight usage was typically fully-replaced by noontime. Hot water is provided by Bosch on-demand unit (propane), and the topside bbq pit (an Aussie griddle) is a dream to use in the open air, covered by the salon top canvas extensions.

Jumanji is equally-equipped for marina stopovers, with shore power system, three-stage battery charger, and 110V outlets. A Dometic 8k BTU air conditioner in the owner’s hull provides for cool sleeping quarters and some overflow to the salon. Insulated Sunbrella hatch covers, salon window snap-on sunscreens, and rollup Sunbrella extensions provide shade at anchorage.

Here are some pics at anchor in the Bahamas (2016), and of the topsides (several weeks ago). Sorry about the one turned sideways!
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Old 05-02-2018, 13:20   #5
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Here are some other exterior pictures, and of the instruments. The Icom VHF is within reach in the companionway. The tachs are in a custom nacelle, and are very handy for assuring the motor speeds are synchronized when motoring long distances. Both motors were replaced in 2012, have both electric and pull start (backup), have 620 hours, and are well-maintained with complete service and fuel/hour records. Cumulative lifetime fuel burn is 0.81 gal/hr, and cruise at approx. 5.5 knots at 3500 RPM, and maximum 7+ knots at 5,200 RPM. Water pumps were replaced in 2016. Here is a pic of the motor being flushed, and motor box (closed). There are two outboards - one on each side - that make the boat a dream to maneuver in tight spots, as it will almost turn a circle in its length.
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Old 05-02-2018, 14:14   #6
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What really sets the Seawind apart from other cruising cats its size – aside from sailing ability – is the large salon, aft deck and targa seating area. (Jumanji had as many as 14 people onboard at anchor, while serving fajitas and refreshments, and it didn’t seem crowded. The drop down stairs on the front, and the ladder and stern shower on the rear are a real hit with swimmers – especially the kids!) There are canvas panels that extend from the targa to the solar panels and provide shade for the entire aft section. There are also two hatches in the salon hardtop, and Jumanji has snap-on shade screens for all salon windows, as well as black-out Sunbrella covers for the front windows. (And in the winter, there are eisenglass windows that snap in the openings above the steering station, and a canvas drop-down to completely enclose the salon.) The targa seating is popular at both anchor and while sailing, as it provides a view both left and right, as well as a clear view forward thru the salon windows.

Down below, Jumanji has the four-berth layout (plus the table dropdown that makes into a berth - especially nice on overnight, two-crew passages). The port hull has a spacious head for a yacht this size. Showers are virtually unlimited with Bosch hot water on-demand. Owner’s double berth has a large amount of storage in cabinets underneath. There is a hanging locker (left), and two more cabinets (right), as well as a v-berth forward. The cabin is well-lit and ventilated (with two hatches and two fans), and as mentioned before is air conditioned.

The starboard hull houses two additional berths, and the galley. The aft cabin has a closet, ventilation hatch, window, two fans and a door. The forward v-berth has a large hatch overhead, window, fan and lighting, seating, closet, and a privacy curtain. There is a huge storage volume under each berth, especially handy for storing extra paper and canned goods, beer and soda, spare parts, etc., when extended cruising. The galley has a combination stove and broiler, a deep refrigerator and separate deep freezer in the counter. There is ample storage in both upper and lower cabinets. Full-length windows and large overhead hatch make the galley feel much larger. There is a Fusion stereo with XM satellite and speakers both topsides – in the salon – and in the starboard hull, to enjoy music while preparing meals, etc.

Note there is also a small, fold-out table forward of the galley, with seating. This could be used for eating, or a navigation table. However, what we found during cruising is the joy of eating in the salon topsides, with a 360 deg view. Also, while cruising we spread the charts and guides on the salon table, all within easy reach for navigation.
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