Hull Material: Fiberglass
Engine Type: Single Inboard/Outboard
Primary Fuel Type: Diesel
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It’s a legendary Sea Runner 40. Built by a ship Wright. Learn about these cruising trimarans on the builder and designers web page. You could contact him there directly if you like. http://outrigmedia.com/outrig/ Based on the build blueprints that stay with the vessel, it’s well documented that this vessel is design #109 from the designer. Jim Brown kept detailed records of his builds using the USCG # on the hull. Official number is: USCG #597139I’m the 3rd owner. It’s One of the few flagship largest models built. I encourage you to read about the sea runner 40s and their safety record. They are legends in their own rights being able to travel 200+ nautical miles a day comfortably. She spent many years as a charter in santa cruz as well as cruising in the south pacific. It comes Well appointed and outfitted for single handed voyaging to remote places. The yacht has been quite a few places, hawaii multiple times, Japan, panama, florida. Jim Brown designed, and helped during the build process to ensure safety ratings. I have the build blueprints, as well as all the manuals and publications for all the equipment on the vessel. She was built for cruising.The engine was replaced about a year ago and it’s been great ever since. It’s a fresh Yanmar 3hm35f 3cyl diesel that puts out 80 psi oil pressure. Fresh water cooled with new exhaust elbow and spares. It Runs and sails great!80 gal fuel capacity Baldor 150amp alternator60 gal fresh water. The vessel has pressurized Running water. Quantum mainsail and jib are newer, also has working spares that come with. Spinakers Drouges,Sea anchors, 4person safety equipment, 4 person life raft and Epirb. 4 off shore automatic inflation life jackets. Center cockpit design with all lines led there for easy sailing. As well as a retractable center board located there for easy up wind sailing. While still being able to retract the centerboard and flip up rudder make this vessel able to be pulled onto the beach without incident. Less than 3 ft draft with the centerboard up and almost 7 ft draft with it down. Inside the stern castle the marble counters have raised corners and to starboard the Shipmate propane oven and stove in the galley.To port just below the nav station is the cozy cabin propane heater. 60lbs of propane in the propane locker. In 3 20 lb bottles for easy refills. 2 sets of scuba gear, bcd, wet suits weights, regulators, and 2 full bottles one is in date and the other I’m not sure of. 3 nice Penn rod and reels for ocean fishing underway. 8x rod holders on the stern rails. Aka rocket launchers. Raymarine radarRaymarine axiom chartplotter Icom m710 mssb ham radio with Icom automatic tuner.Pactor modem with Navionics installed in a Viao laptop with built in GPS to also use with the included pactor modem to send and receive emails anywhere in the world. At the helm Garmin’s color chart plotter for an easy read. To port under the Dodger you will see Garmin’s fish finder and depth sounder, as well as the raymarine autopilot controls. The vessel is self sufficient with Ampair wind generator MPPT solar charging. A year old 300ah battery bank.2000w inverter to power whatever. Stainless steel microwave and built in coffeemaker. It has built in 12v Frigioboat marine refrigeration in the galley. As well as a complete spare refrigeration system in brand new condition for any spares needed. Also has a 12v drink chiller,12v tv dvd combo. One years worth of dehydrated food. Watermakers both brand new.Envirolet composting toilet.Propane grill for the rail, Plenty of docklines, halyards, jib sheets, anchor rode, as well as multiple anchors. A skiff is included that’s fairly new has an aluminum floor and comes with a 2007 model mercury 4hp four stroke outboard they were purchased brand new. The prior owner cruised her for 20 years. The vessel underwent a refit in 2004- 2009 and seems to be very solid. It got new rigging then as well and comes with plenty of spares via Norse fittings and cups ect.It’s been sailed in bluewater extensively and everything works as it should. The glass work and fairing work looks very solid and should provide many more years of cruising. Pretty Clean bilges.Automatic bilge pumps with float switches. It now has a 3m vinyl wrap that looks great and supposed to last 7 years in the marine environment. As is. The vessel deserves to cruise the pacific again. She has already been to hawaii multiple times as well as japan.