|Make and Model||Seaward 23|
|Length Overall||23.33 feet (7.11 m)|
|Length to Water Line||20 feet (6.10 m)|
|Beam||8.83 feet (2.69 m)|
|Draft||2.25 feet (0.69 m)|
|Engine Power||112 hp|
|Location||Southampton, United Kingdom|
The Seaward 23 is a safe, sea-kindly little boat with accommodation for two, and twin Mermaid diesel engines giving a relaxed and economical 10 knot cruising speed. This particular example has been upgraded over the last 2 years including new upholstery, new helm and cockpit seats and cockpit enclosure She comes with Eberspacher heating, Raymarine chartplotter, autopilot, radar.
This Seaward 23 is in good condition for her age. Engines sevriced with a rpelaced cam belt and ready to go.
LOA: 23'- 4 " (7.11m)
LWL: 20' - 0" (6.10m)
Beam: 8'. - 10" (2.69m)
Draft: 2' - 3"(0.68m)
Displ. Approx: 2.50 tons
Hull No: 23-048
SSR No: 34240
Designer: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, Isle of Wight.
Builder: Seaward Marine Ltd, Guernsey. Year: 1989
Construction: G.R.P. with teak joinery.
Hull gelcoat removed, fresh epoxy applied then finished in 'Copper-coat'
Mechanical and Electricals
Twin 56hp Mermaid diesel engine
Engine hours: 1329 port and 1341 starboard
Two 12v batteries (2019) batteries:
Raymarine Autopilot with wireless remote
Raymarine Dragonfly 5 GPS Chartplotter
Furuno GPS Navigator
ICOM DSC VHF
Rudder angle indicator
Inventory and Deck Gear
Pair of mid ship cleats fitted for springs
Bow and stern cleats
Extended cockpit cover
Teak bathing platform and boarding ladder
Sliding wheelhouse side windows
Fenders and mooring ropes
12V socket fitted at bow
Full cockpit canopy replaced
Stainless steel hand rails/ pilot rails on the bow
Genius 2000 Electric windlass
Anchor and chain
Ebespacher cabin heating
Blue upholstery new 2020
Two single berths that can convert to a doublke berth
Two burner gas hob with grill
Fresh cold water supply
Heads compartment with sea toilet and wash hand basin.
Stereo with four speakers
Two forward facing seats for helmsman and co-pilot, new in 2020
Helm to port with engine controls, instrumentation and navigation equipment
Co-pilot to starboard with chart area in front
Bench seat recovered in 2020 and access to batteries and steering gear.
DisclaimerThe Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.