We've loved the experiences we've had while living full time on this boat in the last year, but reluctantly we have to sell due to personal reasons. Valued at $141,000 during last year?s pre-purchase survey, we?re offering Sundog at $134,000 without a broker. We?re located in Stuart, Florida, which has easy access off the I-95 and Turnpike. Please contact us via email if you have any questions or want to view ?Sundog?.
From the builder/dealer website:
"Designed to cope with the rugged and variable conditions of Australia?s coastline, the Seawind 1000 is widely considered a great ocean going yacht due to design features such as flared hulls for additional buoyancy, triple (note: double in our case) point reefed mainsail to easily de-power, and foam core construction for additional strength, just to name a few."
The Seawind 1000 is an excellent live aboard catamaran for the tropics and an excellent entertainment platform! For the daytime party, a large open foredeck with bench seating and two trampolines allow for great relaxation and unique views under sail. When you need to cool down, a drop down swim stair allows easy access to the crystal clear waters of the Bahamas, the San Blas Islands of Panama, or the Australian Gold Coast. The large bimini and vinyl enclosure provides plenty of protection from the tropical sun, but if you want some shade in the water grab a pool noodle and spend some time hiding between the hulls under the bridgedeck. If you feel like inviting half the anchorage over for sundowners, rum punch and chilled beers are enjoyed with plenty of seating to view the green flash.
This boat also sails well. An owner that regularly races a sister boat in Miami said that he regularly sails at, or near, wind speed in 10 to 15 knots. If you know how to sail it, this boat will fly!
1996 Seawind 1000 sailboat for sale in Florida
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