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Old 09-22-2011, 03:04 PM   #1
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I am downsizing to a Corsair trimaran because I have not found the right guy with whom to sail my beloved Seawind 1000. Am thinking of shipping it to Australia where these wonderful catamarans are better known. The numbers seem to work out for selling in Australia even using an expensive yacht transport company. Is this crazy? Am also wondering if any Australians might like to buy her in the US and sail her in the Florida Keys/Bahamas before I ship her to Australia as part of the deal. Are there Australian forums I could contact to let folks know this is a possibility?

Seawind 1000 “Aussie Cat”



[size="2"]Located: Key Largo, Florida, USA (very well protected from storms on a residential canal)

Owner: Aussie Cat Corporation, Karen Giroux, sole shareholder (girouxkj@aol.com -photos upon request or see attached file)

Year built: 1999

Year launched: 2000

Asking $140,000 without brokers, $155,000 with broker involvement.

Length: 33’ 10” / 10 m

Beam: 19'5" / 5.9m

Draft: 3'3" / 1 m

Displacement: 12,100lbs / 5.5 tonnes kgs

Underwing Clearance: 2'5" / 0.75m

Hull headroom: 6'4" / 1.9m

SAILS

Mainsail: 484 sq ft / 45 sq. m

Furling jib: 178 sq.ft / 16.5 sq. m

Furling Genneker (on bowsprit): ~600 sq. ft / 60 sq. m

CAPACITY

Fuel: 26 US gallons / 100 litres

Fresh Water: 105 US gallons / 400 litres

Batteries: 2 banks of 240 amp, one set gel

Engines: 2 x 9.9 hp 4 Stroke Honda Outboards w/hydraulic lift

Berths: 3 x double plus + cockpit double conversion (king size)

Electronics: VHF, Depth, Speed, Radar, Autohelm

Anchors: 2

PORT HULL: Both hulls have 6' 4" head room. Large double amidships, full size head with shower aft.

STARBOARD HULL: Forward, a double vee berth, dinette with fold-away table, galley amidships, aft is a double berth.

BOW: Large surface for working or relaxing, sturdy tramps, built in seating in front of main cabin, swing down swim ladder under center catwalk to accommodate swimming or beaching the boat.

SALON AND COCKPIT: Salon table with seating for eight, makes into a king size bed.

Large windows for excellent light and visibility. Large storage compartments behind seats. Open to large cockpit with seating for at least up to twelve. Gas BBQ with side tables. The skipper can visit with folks in the salon. Drop down heavy canvas to close the salon for cool weather. Galley * stainless steel stove. * Double stainless sink * Pressure fresh water with faucet and stern shower.

* Laminex counter tops. * Refrigerator with attached separate freezer, 12 volt. * Lots of good storage. * Drop down dinette table. * Upholstered dinette seats. * Magic Chef Microwave.

ELECTRONICS:

Raymarine: * ST60 Wind * ST4000 autopilot * ST60 Tridata * SLC CRC Plus Radar Display * SPS 120 * Raymarine Radome * ICOM M402 VHF ELECTRICAL:

* Two Freedom 10 (1000 watt) Combi Invert/Chargers

* Two 120 watt solar panels.

* 4 Batteries.

* Shore power with AC outlets and AC panel.

Deck:

* Port and starboard helm stations with wheels.

* Proful headsail furler.

* Mast and boom by Sempo Spars.

* Double spreader.

* Aft awing extension.

* All necessary lines and sheets replaced 2010.

* Six hatches.

* SS stern arch with built-in seats and bbq.

* Manual anchor winch.

* Two anchors.

* Ignition for both engines at starboard helm station. Sails

* Fully battened mainsail, Dacron.

* Cruising mainsail cover with integrated lazy jack system.

* Headsail, Dacron.

* Removable and articulated bow sprit.

* New bow trampolines 2011
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File Type: pdf Aussie Cat Seawind 1000.pdf (1.82 MB, 119 views)
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Old 01-28-2012, 12:20 AM   #2
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Default Seawind 1000

Checking in to see if your Seawind was still for sale.
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Old 01-29-2012, 11:54 AM   #3
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What a nice looking Cat. Good luck with the sale.
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Old 02-12-2012, 07:15 PM   #4
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We own a Sea Wind 26 and are looking for a larger cat for a n extended Bahamas cruise. Please call to discuss.

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Old 02-12-2012, 07:17 PM   #5
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Pease contact regarding your Sea Wind. We own a SW 26 and are looking for a larger boat.

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Old 02-12-2012, 07:17 PM   #6
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Old 02-14-2012, 12:56 PM   #7
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maybe she found the right guy?
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Old 03-04-2012, 04:57 AM   #8
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I am actively looking for a cat in the size range of your boat. If it is still for sale let me know. I am in Florida.

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Old 05-22-2012, 04:01 AM   #9
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This boat must have been sold. It would have been a super deal on the west coast where used catamarans are hard to come by.
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I am in Miami and interested in seeing your cat. Currently sailing. Beneteau 370 on the hard @ manatee Bay for bottom paint. If you would contact me with details, email bodybeautifulfla@bellsouth.net or 305-255-8335. Thanks Glenn
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Old 06-28-2016, 01:28 PM   #11
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Is the seawind still available? Call me 727-643-4796
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