BIG PRICE REDUCTION!
I am excited to have the listing of the 1st Seguin 44. After many years of happy cruising aboard Hob Nob, the owners have retired to their home in California and can no longer conveniently use her. They would like to see Hob Nob go to new owners who will enjoy her as much as they have. They don't want to see her sit unused and neglected in the yard after the many years of careful maintenance and use. The current owners have made continuous upgrades and complete major overhauls when needed, like the most recent replacement of all standing rigging and mast, boom painting. She just had a bottom survey(10/17) and found to be safe and sound vessel.
Hob Nob is now hauled in Camden, Maine at the Lyman-Morse at Wayfarer facility and is available for showing to anyone interested in boarding her.
Please contact Scott F. Layton for addition information and to schedule a showing.
Mobile: (207) 701-1235
Aft quarter cabin with closing door has three large drawers below bunk, drawer and two lockers in bureau and large seat with storage under. Ample storage under berth.
Pilot berth on Starboard side above settee stbd side.
Liquor locker forward of Stbd Settee with wine storage racks one side and 6 custom carafes and glass storage on the other side.
V berth has 4 drawers and 4 lockers for storage. 15 Gallon approx holding tank with deck pump-out pump under V berth, Y valve in head locker.
Espar heater vents in Aft Cabin, Salon, Head and V Berth.
Head: All Bronze Wilcox –Critenden Skipper II (2006)
The galley is very functional and practical. The U shape is secure at sea. It is not necessary to use a belt to cook at the stove since you can brace against the counters on either tack. At anchor there is a lot of counter space because of the large counter above the engine compartment. Two people can work there, one on each side of the peninsula. There are three drawers for utensil storage.
Espar heater and refrigeration compressor accessible through large sail locker in cockpit.
Do not be scared of the teak deck.
Deck regrooved and recaulked 2013 with teak deck systems caulk, see photos.
( aft deck and cockpit sole not done yet ) The deck is still about 7/16 inch thick ( see photo) and is 35 yrs old. It will last at least 50 years, since it was ½ inch thick when new. The deck does not leak. The planking is set in 5200 and is screwed to the top layer of the deck sandwich and the screws do not penetrate through to the interior of the yacht. The deck is trouble-free and in excellent shape.
All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only. Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase. Subject to prior sale, price and inventory change, or withdrawal from market without notice.