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Old 16-01-2018, 06:04   #1
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ALLIED SEAWIND 30’ KETCH “FAREWELL”

Allied Yachts Company built 161 Allied Seawind 30' ketches between 1962 and 1982. Farewell is hull number 110 and was constructed in 1969 in Catskill, NY out of ˝" thick hand-laid fiberglass and has a full, encapsulated keel with 4,200 lbs of poured lead for ballast. The ketch rig with semi-full keel is easy to sail and well balanced even in the stiffest breeze. Designed by Thomas Gillmer, the Allied Seawind ketch is the first fiberglass constructed yacht to circumnavigate the world. There have been countless other Seawinds that have also completed multiple circumnavigations. These voyages and longevity on the water have given her a solid reputation as a soundly constructed and proven seaworthy blue water cruising sailboat.

In all honesty, Farewell is in need of extensive cosmetic care. Since acquiring her from my grandfather in 2011, I have been occupied starting a career and a family. I have not had the time to care for her properly or to use her for any cruising opportunities. As such she has been dockside for practically the entire period.

Topsides need sanding, ding repair and painting. Below decks could use similar resurfacing of bulkheads and flooring. Interior cushions were replaced with 5” foam and recovered with sunbrella fabric in 2012. Engine was replaced in 2006 and has very limited usage since that time. Sails are serviceable but in need of replacement in the near future. I am offering her at a reduced and reasonable price hoping there is an enthusiast who appreciates the legacy of this boat and is willing and able to restore her to her rightful sailing heritage. Her hull is sound and the engine practically unused. She is ready to resume her place in the cruising world.

Measurements:

LOA: 30’ 6”
LWL: 24’
Beam: 9’3”
Draft: 4’3”
Displacement: 12,080 lbs
Working Sail Area: 500 sq ft
Fuel Tank Capacity: 20 gals
Water Tank Capacity: 30 gals
Berths: 1 Double V-berth, 1 single settee, 1 convertible double settee
Heads: 1

Equipment and Specifications:

Engine and associated Items:

2006 (350 hrs) Vetus Mitsubishi 3 cylinder 25 hp 4 stroke diesel inline (M3.09) based on L3E-61DM with ZF Hurth transmission (ZF 10M)
1 20 gallon fuel tank
1 Racor fuel filtering/water separator system

Sails/Rigging:

Full battened main (205 sq ft)
Hank on 100% jib (217 sq ft)
Hank on 150% genoa (330 sq ft)
Roller furling 120% genoa (270 sq ft)
Mizzen (78 sq ft)
Sunbrella sail covers for main and mizzen
1 Aluminum main mast with single wood spreaders
1 Aluminum mizzen mast
1 Wood platform bowsprit with ss pulpit and ss bobstay
1 Schaefer System 1100 furler for 120% genoa
SS wire standing rigging
1 Boom vang/preventer

Halyards/Winches:

Main wire/rope halyard on dedicated winch on main mast
Jib/genoa two rope halyards with stopper and dedicated winch on main mast
Mizzen one rope halyard on mizzen mast
2 genoa self tailing two speed Maxwell 23 winches in cockpit

Electronics, Instruments, and Electrical:
1 Garmin handheld GPS map 78
1 house battery (135 Amphrs)
1 engine starting battery
1 Benmar Course Setter 21 autopilot
1 Danforth Coursair III compass
1 Horizon Standard VHF
1 Horizon Standard depth meter
1 Horizon Standard knot meter
30A Shorepower with cable and pigtails
1 AC outlet in galley and V-berth

Ground Tackle:

1 22 lb Bruce anchor with 12’ chain and 225’ rode
1 20 lb Danforth anchor with 10’chain and 120’ rode
Galley and Head:

7.5 cu ft icebox accessed from deck and galley
1 alcohol 2 burner stove
Manual pump salt and fresh water in galley
Head sink with manual pump fresh water
1 Jabsco head
1 holding tank (cracked)

General:

3 DC lights in main, head, and forward cabin
2 opening hatches in main salon and forward cabin
4 opening portlights
4 bunk cushions with sunbrella covers and associated backrests
Life vests
1 8’hard dingy with oars
20” diameter SS wheel
13” diameter 3 blade prop
1 portable boarding ladder
1 fire extinguisher
1 marine stainless propane grill

Associated miscellaneous items (dock lines, fenders, parts, galley equipment, head equipment).
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Old 16-01-2018, 07:20   #2
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Re: ALLIED SEAWIND 30’ KETCH “FAREWELL”

Asking price?
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Oh yeah that would b good to include-duh!!

Asking $8000.
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Oh yeah that would b good to include-duh!!

Asking $8000.
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I can't seem to find the location?
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Old 16-01-2018, 09:39   #6
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That's a great price for a real classic. How are the decks?
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I'm flailing as a newbie lister!!

Farewell is located in Jacksonville Beach, FL. There is a questionable deck/core area starboard side between cockpit and shrouds.
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