SEASTREAM 43

110,000 Tax Paid | Port Solent Marina United Kingdom
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Summary

  • Make SEASTREAM
  • Model 43
  • Year 1994
  • LOA 43ft/13m
  • Class Sailing Cruiser
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Keel Long Keel
  • Rig Sloop
  • Engine Single Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Aft Cockpit
  • Berths 6
  • Cabins 3
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 30026
  • Name Cerulean of Penryn

Overview

Seastream 43 deck saloon blue water cruiser, designed by Ian Anderson for long distance sailing in comfort and built by Cygnus Marine in 1994. Various upgrades including flexi teak to decks, Raymarine instruments, Inmarsat sat phone and SSB radio. In her second ownership after many miles of cruising and exploring. Lying ashore outside Ancasta's Port Solent office and available for viewing by appointment. Please contact the team on 02392 373 300 or email portsolent@ancasta.com

Owner comment "Cerulean of Penryn is a true bluewater cruiser capable of going anywhere. We purchased Cerulean to fulfill my childhood dream of skippering my own yacht across the Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean and back home again. We completed this trip in 12 months 2018-2019 sailing most of it double-handed covering 12,500nm visiting 56 islands and 26 different countries/dependant states. We felt safe and comfortable throughout our year living aboard whatever the weather threw at us. We spent over £40,000 on improvements and new kit before setting off including Hydrovane wind vane self steering, Echotec watermaker and new Raymarine navionics plus man, new hatches and more bits and pieces."

Build

SEASTREAM 43 MK3

Designed by Ian Anderson and built by Cygnus Marine, Penryn, in 1994

LOA 13.25m (43'5")
LWL 10.80m (32'5")
Beam 4.32m (14'2")
Draft 1.80m (5'10")
Displacement 14 tonnes
Keel Ballast 5 tons

Currently ashore, antifouled, hull polish, prob burnish March 2020
Old antifouling removed and 4 coats of gel shield 2000 (in the heated shed) and 2 coats of International Antifouling in 2017

CONSTRUCTION
White GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Flexi-teak side decks
Teak cockpit and toerail
Wheel steering
Skeg-hung rudder
Semi-long encapsulated fin keel

NEW SEACOCKS AND THROUGH HULL FITTINGS (2020):
- Holding Tank Waste
- Heads Inlet
- Deck Drain
- Inlet Manifold
- Fwd Heads Waste
- Stbd Deck Drain
- 3 Outlets

Rig

CUTTER RIGGED SLOOP
Keel stepped mast
Standing rigging (replaced 2016)
Running backstays
Additional detachable forestay (to allow use of twin headsails)
Whisker pole

SAILS
Fully battened main 37.12 sqm
Genoa 63.73sqm
Staysail 23.7sqm
Cruising chute
Mainsail cars are have torlon ball bearings, these were replaced by SailTek April 2017
Mainsail stackpack was new 2017

WINCHES
2 x Anderson 58 self tailing genoa sheet; 2 x Anderson 40 self tailing Staysail / spinnaker
1 x Anderson 40 self tailing main halyard/reefing
1 x Anderson 40 self tailing mainsheet / reefing
1 x Anderson 40 on mast staysail halyard
1 x Anderson 40 on mast spinnaker/genoa halyard

Accommodation

SLEEPS SIX IN TWO DOUBLE CABINS & ONE TWIN CABIN
Towards the bow is a 'V' berth cabin with plenty of storage, just aft of this is the forward heads, with a manual marine toilet, shower and handbasin.
Opposite the heads is the twin cabin which has bunk bed style berths, each with a reading light and ample storage in lockers and drawers.

The galley has twin stainless steel sinks, with mixer tap and a seawater hand pump tap, a four-burner Snev hob with oven and grill, Panasonic microwave, 24v fridge/ freezer, 24v icebox with lots of workspace and stowage.

Up some steps is the deck level saloon, to starboard is a large 'U' shaped seating area around a fixed teak table, and the navigation station to port with a fixed seat aft of the table and a swivel chair forward, allowing one to also helm from inside, using the remote autopilot and duplicate engine controls..
To aft is the owner's cabin and heads. The cabin has a large, comfortable double berth with stowage in lockers and drawers. The heads have a Jabsco marine toilet, hand basin and shower.

The upholstery is blue with teak joinery, there is a max headroom of 6'8"

Machinery

PERKINS M90 DIESEL ENGINE 1994
4 cylinder, 90 hp
Freshwater cooled
Hurth gearbox
Last serviced April 2018
Tidesmarine SureSeal lip seal in 2017
Engine hours 3660 (March 2020)
Additional engine controls at inner helm position
3 bladed folding - Maxiprop
Cruising speed 7kts
Max speed 8kts
Vetus 5.7Kw/7.6hp bow thruster
Engine spares

ELECTRICS
24v system
Four 230ah service batteries (Replaced 2018)
Two 110ah engine batteries (Replaced 2018)
Separate 80ah Generator start battery;
Separate battery for bow thruster and windlass
All Charged by engine alternator and generator
HFL 6 KVA Generator 1231 hours (March 2020)
240v shore power
150W inverter
Victron BMV700 battery monitor
2 x 50w solar panels
Rutland 1200 wind turbine - MPPT charge controller

TANKAGE
Fuel - 100 gallons (454 litres)
Freshwater - 100 gallons (454 litres)
Holding tank grey - 50 gallons (227 litres)
Holding tank black - 50 gallons (227 litres)
all stainless steel

WATER SYSTEM
Ecotech 260-DML-1 50Ltrs/hr water maker (currently pickled)
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
Water heated by engine calorifier and immersion heater

Inventory

NAVIGATION AIDS
Raymarine Quantum Radar (2016)
Raymarine 170 log (2013)
Raymarine 160 wind (2013)
Raymarine i50 depth (2013)
Raymarine es97 plotter at inner helm (2016)
Raymarine a65 plotter in cockpit
Raymarine 650 Class B Transceiver
ICOM 411 VHF (2013)
Navtex (2010)
Raymarine P70 autopilot (intermittent fault) with S100 remote at inner helm position
Tridata 150 (2013)
EPIRB
Immarsat Satellite phone
SSB HF radio iCOM M710 & Pactor modem P4 dragon DR7400

GROUND TACKLE
Bruce 30 kg anchor
60 m chain
Loftans Project X2 electric windlass (2016)
Kedge anchor

GENERAL EQUIPMENT
Sprayhood and bimini
Automatic and manual bilge pumps
Navigation lights
Echomax Active XS dual-band radar reflector
Guardwires, pulpit and pushpit
Boathook
Clock and barometer
CD/ radio

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