Seastream 43 MK1 Deck Saloon Ketch - built 1982 for Seastream Yachts. Hull by Southern Boat Building Co interior by Rival Yachts to an Ian Anderson design. A fully equipped quality blue water cruiser with British pedigree. Accom for 6 in 3 separate cabins, 2 heads + saloon berths. Powered by 80hp Mercedes, Vetus bowthruster, Panda Genset, Mainsail (2010) current and predominantly Raymarine nav gear, full safety equipment. £85,000
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Built for Seastream Yachts, Designed by Ian Anderson
Hull by Southern Boatbuilding Co Ltd, Joinery by Rival Yachts in 1982
White GRP hull
Long Fin Keel with skeg
LOA 43’5” (13.23m)
LWL: 35’5” (10.79m)
Beam: 14’ (4.26m)
Draft: 6’ (1.82m)
Displacement: 14 tons (30,864lbs)
Ballast: 5 tons (11.023lbs)
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Heavy duty, hand laid GRP hull and superstructure mouldings in excess of Lloyds 100-A-1 requirements.
Deck construction features balsa sandwich with additional reinforcements where necessary
The hull has 4” foam stringers running fore and aft, so avoiding large unsupported areas of hull. Kevlar is incorporated in the lay-up to improve impact resistance.
Grey tread-master non-slip deck.
Deep aft cockpit with teak grating on sole
All seacocks replaced with Blake Bronze seacocks in 2008
Keel & Rudder:
Cast iron long fin keel fully encapsulated with GRP. Skeg hung GRP rudder connected to Lewmar “Cobra” steering column (new 2019) with 1.2m diameter wheel
Top Rudder bearing replaced October 2015 by Manoel Island Yacht Yard (Malta) and rudder stock checked for wear, but found to be 100%
Engine & Gearbox:
Mercedes OM314 4-cylinder naturally aspirated diesel engine producing approx 80hp @ 2,600rpm
Fresh water cooling via raw-water inlet and heat exchanger
Borg Warner Velvet Drive fluid gearbox with 2:1 ratio
Engine mounts replaced 2018
Hydraulic shaft brake for prop shaft – installed 2013
Engine starter motor replaced 2014
Alternator replaced and upgraded for 2019 season
Sea water engine cooling pump replaced for 2019 season
Maintenance & Performance:
Engine hours at December 2018: approx 6,000 hours
Engine service/overhaul: April 2009 – full overhaul including servicing of injector and injector pump. Annual services carried out every year, replacing (as necessary) coolant impellers, fuel and oil filters
Cruising speed: 6+ knots @ 1,200rpm
Max speed 7+ knots
Propulsion & Steering:
3-bladed Brunton H6 534 feathering propeller (fitted 2012) with rope cutter driven via stainless steel shaft supported by p-bracket. Original 3 bladed fixed propeller stored on board.
Cutlass bearing replaced in 2009
Lewmar “Cobra” steering pedestal (new 2019) with 1.2m diameter wheel.
Raymarine hydraulic linear drive Autohelm (new 2018)
Additional helm position in deckhouse (currently disconnected)
Vetus 12v DC bowthruster
12vDC domestic system
240v AC ring main from shore power and generator.
7 x 102 Ah 12v batteries (engine, generator start and domestic) all replaced within last 24 months.
Battery Charger: Victron 12v 40Amp battery charger
Generator: Fischer Panda 6000ND 6kVA generator – 2009; Serviced annually by owners. Generator hours at December 2018: approx 300
Alternator: 125 Amp engine mounted alternator, replaced in 2019
Fresh Water & Water Heating System: 12v DC pressurised water pump for supplying fresh water. Hot water supply via engine calorifier and 240vAC immersion heater element in a 12 gallon (55 litres) hot water tank powered by shore power or generator
Bilge Pumps: Automatic 12vDC electric bilge pump. Engine-driven mechanical bilge pump also serving as deck wash pump, new in 2019.
Manual bilge pump operated from cockpit
General: Water & fuel level gauges. Stainless steel deck fillers for fuel and fresh water tanks
Fuel: 3 x fuel tanks totalling 165 gallons (approx 750 litres)
Fresh water: 2 x Stainless steel water tanks - 160 gallons (approx 727 litres)
Black water: 1 x 80 litre TekTank holding tank in forward heads with deck pump-out.
Heavy duty anodised aluminium spars with stainless steel fittings. Both masts removed and completely overhauled in 2010 with all fittings (e.g. sheaves, mast exits, pulleys) checked or replaced and all standing and running rigging replaced (except genoa halyard new in 2008)
Harken Mk IV furling system fitted to genoa - 2010
Mainmast fitted spinnaker track. Spinnaker pole stored on mast
All standing rigging for both masts replaced 2010 by RigMagic of Ipswich comprising:
1/19 Stainless steel stays and shrouds
Harken Mk IV headsail reefing system
Selden rod vang with control lines brought back to cockpit
Detachable storm jib stay with s/s strops for yankee and storm jib with a Dyneema halyard, which doubles as a spinnaker pole uphaul
Dyneema main halyard with 3 slab reefing lines and cruising chute tack line brought back to the Starboard cabin top
Lewmar 30 ST winch - all with Spinlock jammers
Topping lift, outhaul and vang lines brought back to Port cabin top Lewmar 16 winch – all with Spinlock jammers
Harken track fitted to main mast for fully battened mainsail
Spectra Dynema detachable mizzen backstay and all mizzen running rigging
Main spinnaker halyard (new 2016)
New running and turning blocks throughout.
Main boom preventers fitted Port and Starboard.
Full details of works undertaken are available.
Winches: All winches are by Lewmar and include:-
48ST 2-speed self-tailing primary winches
Genoa furling winch - 2010
Main mast mounted winch for genoa, spinnaker and storm halyards; all with Spinlocks
Cabin top winches (Port and Starboard) for halyards and control lines) - 2010
Two mizzen mast winches for mizzen and mizzen staysail halyards
Cruising chute (Kemp 2013) d/p Constant 1.5oz ripstop nylon approx 1000sq ft (111 sq m)
Genoa (Kemp 2012) d/p Spectra reinforced ripstop woven Dacron. Approx 580 sq ft
Fully battened mainsail (Quantum 2010) 9.5 oz Premium Polyester crosscut.
Mizzen (Quantum 2010) 9.5 oz Premium Polyester crosscut.
Mizzen staysail (Hood 1982; very little used. Dacron 304 sq ft approx)
Yankee (Hood 1982; very little used. Dacron 290 sq ft approx)
Storm jib - Orange (Hood 1982; very little used. Dacron 100 sq ft)
Deck saloon layout with three cabins and two heads
Accommodation for up to 7 / 8 crew in all cabins including saloon settee
Teak interior joinery throughout – extensively overhauled and revarnished 2009 and as required every year.
Varnished teak & holly soleboards – replaced 2009
Saloon upholstery - blue velour, replaced 2014
Head linings - replaced 2009
Bespoke chart table with multi-function seat on gas strut (2010)
The forecabin is entered through a door forward of the galley. There is a double berth. More lockers are fitted forward, and drawers where practical, and shelves running fore and aft over the berth and dressing table complete this spacious, yet practical cabin. Large storage lockers for sails and other bulky items are located under the floor and bunks. New Bainbridge hatch fitted in 2014.
A passage with hanging wet and dry lockers and shelf storage above, connects the forecabin to the forward heads and galley. The wet locker contains the isolation valves for the deck shower located in the port side gas locker.
Access to the forward heads, situated just forward of the mainmast, is either from the lateral twin cabin or the forecabin. The toilet is fitted with a shower, handbasin and marine WC fitted with a macerator, holding tank and electric flush installed in 2012. There are lockers to accommodate toilet requisites. All seacocks are easily accessible. In order to eliminate contamination of the bilge, the shower is fitted with a separate overboard discharge pump. New Lewmar hatch fitted in 2014.
The lateral cabin on the starboard side, has two full length over/under single berths with drawer stowage under. There is a spacious hanging locker, a dressing table with 4 drawers and mirror over, and both berths are fitted with lee-cloths. Hatch renewed in 2015.
Special attention has been paid to this area to provide large working surfaces which are safe to use at sea. There is a deep stainless steel sink with trash bin under, and a refrigerator and a large chest freezer (new compressor, external hull-mounted cooler and freezer panels installed 2013). A new gimballed or fixed gas cooker, with three rings and a grill oven, was installed in January 2019. A stainless steel grab bar and safety strap are provided. Plentiful lockers and stowage, including a cutlery drawer, are fitted. There is a self-draining gas bottle locker, with access from the port side deck and gas shut off valves in the galley and side locker. Hot and cold running water is piped to the sink and an emergency hand pump is fitted for the fresh water. The galley surface is in formica laminate, with teak fiddles all around.
A large U-shaped settee to starboard surrounds a fixed table with extension leaf which can be lowered to provide a double berth. There is ample seating for all the crew. To port is a navigation position with bespoke chart table capable of taking a half size Admiralty chart with multi-function seat on gas strut mounted on full height vertical stainless steel post (2010). Beneath is a drawer for chart stowage. To the side of the chart table is space for all navigation instruments and radios; and there is a useful shelf for books.
Access to the owner’s cabin is beside the companionway steps. A large double berth is fitted to port with drawers under. A hanging locker is fitted aft beside which is a dressing table with drawers under and mirror over.
Opposite the berth on the starboard side is a toilet fitted with shower, washbasin, and marine WC (fitted 2011). There are plentiful lockers for all toilet requisites.
3 ring gas stove with oven - new 2019
12vDC refrigeration (replaced 2009) with front opening insulated icebox
Deep freeze with 12vDC compressor with through hull cooling (2014).
Stainless steel sink with pressurised hot & cold water supply
Fresh and salt water manual water supplies
Basins & showers with hot & cold water supply
Deck shower with hot & cold water supply located in the port side gas locker
Heating & Ventilation:
Opening deck hatches by Lewmar and Bainbridge, 7 of which replaced in 2016.
Heating by fan heater using 240v sockets
12v cooling fans in each cabin
Pioneer Stereo radio / cd player with USB input for MP3 players; new 2009 with speakers in saloon
12vDC striplights inset to deckhead with additional reading lights throughout
Night lighting in chart table and galley.
Stainless steel guardrail stanchions with twin stainless steel wire guard wires (replaced 2014)
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit (Pulpit modified in 2013 for ‘Mediterranean’ usage)
Stainless steel bow boarding ladder - 2018
Aft locker for liferaft
Stainless steel boarding / swimming ladder at transom, extended and modified in 2012
Simpson manual stainless steel davits – 2005
Cockpit table - 2013
Passerelle (usable on bow or stern)
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Vetus Maxwell HRC10-10 anchor windlass – 2015. The main anchor is stowed on the stemhead or in the foredeck well, which also houses the windlass. 30kgs Bruce anchor; 60m of 10 mm chain with 40m of 16 mm nylon octoplat rope tail - 2015
CQR secondary anchor with 5m chain and approx 50m warp
Multiple warps and fenders
Mooring cleats on foredeck, midships and aft
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Sunbrella sprayhood with stainless steel frame - 2010
Sunbrella Bimini – 2016
External helm wheel cover - 2013
Raymarine ST6002 Autopilot with controls at both helms – 2006
Raymarine ST60 instruments with wind, speed and depth displays – new 2009
Raymarine C80 radar/chart plotter - 2009
Furuno NX300D Navtex – 2009
AIS (Transmit & Receive) - 2012
Binnacle magnetic steering compass – 2014
Prosser analogue barometer - 2009
Icom M411 VHF with DSC controller – 2009
Standard Horizon DSC hand held RT
Europa Sport Air V 320 – 2018, with Sumbrella cover new in 2018.
Yamaha 5hp outboard engine – 2005 (Serviced annually by owners)
Ocean Safety Charter ISO 9560 Type 1 Liferaft in Canister – New 2012, serviced in 2016
Flat webbing jackstays – 2017
Jackstays also fitted to main boom - 2013
Lifejackets with harnesses, various for boat but some personal and not for sale
2x Horseshoe buoys with lights - 2012
Ocean Safety Danbuoy; throwing line and Lazilas recovery strop – 2012
Bosun’s chair – 2013 and Spinlock Climbing Harness (New 2016)
Navigation lights with LED tri-colour and anchor light
Gas system overhauled 2006 with new pipe work and alarm
The condition or level of safety equipment on board is not to be negotiated on following survey. It is likely to be listed by most surveyors but is not structural or an integral working part of the vessel and is not to be used to further negotiate the price down after survey. We strongly suggest that for your own personal safety that when purchasing a yacht you provide new safety equipment rather than relying on second hand gear.
Should you become the new owner of this yacht then the responsibility to re-register or update official bodies for items such as EPIRB, VHF, MMSI or AIS becomes yours.
Our syndicate is the 4th owner. We understand the previous three owners used her very lightly, cruising the East coast of Ireland and the West coast of Scotland. Since buying in the summer of 2010 we sailed her to Suffolk Yacht Harbour for a major refit as detailed above; and since then we have continued to renew, replace and upgrade many items both above and below decks to maintain her in a fully operational condition. She has been lifted out every winter with all running rigging and sails washed, dried and stored below. Dinghy removed, washed dried and stored below.
We sailed from the UK to Portugal in 2012 and have cruised extensively in Spain, the Balearics, Sardinia, Corsica, Italy, Sicily and her outlying Islands before over wintering in Malta in 2015. In 2016 we sailed to Greece where we have cruised around the Ionian and Aegean Seas for the past 3 years. As a live-aboard cruising yacht she is superb, with great sea-keeping qualities, wide decks, a deep safe cockpit, easy handled sailing set up with control lines to cockpit, good sailing performance and with a strong engine (for when needed!). Extensive inventory of spares and tools for most eventualities.
The Seastream 43 was designed by Ian Anderson MRINA to meet the need for as stable cruising yacht, that is capable of world cruising, without any modification. She has a stiff, sea-kindly hull, based on a traditional underwater configuration, which gives good directional stability and yet allows a responsive ‘feel’ when under sail.
The light, airy deck saloon offers the ultimate in comfort, both at sea and in harbour. With an interior helm position, the owner is encouraged to extend his sailing season and explore further afield, as the fatigue created by exposure is eliminated.
New features abound aboard the Seastream 43. She has many comforts found in the modern home and yet she has a remarkable sea-going ability. The flush foredeck gives excellent all round visibility for the helmsman and crew, either seated or standing, from both the cockpit and the interior steering positions. It provides a safe working area while at sea and becomes a huge sunbathing area in harbour or in calm conditions. Wide, safe side decks enable the most cautious crew to move forward without obstruction. The teak interior is hand finished.
There are berths for at least seven people in three separate cabins and the deck saloon. The galley offers all the facilities found in an up to date kitchen with plentiful stowage for a massive amount of food.
The Mercedes engine was selected as it has more than adequate power for the roughest conditions and, in the unlikely event that spares are needed, they are readily available anywhere in the world. Great care has been taken to ensure that the noise level is kept to an absolute minimum; a special exhaust muffler and lavish acoustic sound deadening materials have been used.
Listed below are the documents/or copies of what we have seen on listing this yacht.
Current British Certificate of Registry - Part 1
Copy Bill of Sale to current owners 2011
Copy Completion Letter from Berthon Yacht Brokers UK 2011 to current owners
Copy Grant of Probate 2009
Copy Bill of Sale 2006
Copy Bill of Sale 1995
Copy of Statement of Account Seastream Yachts 1982
Copy of original Agreement for Construction by Southern Boatbuilders 1981
(the contract states all sums are inclusive of VAT)
Copy of confirmation from Southern Boatbuilders that they received payment and transferred title. 1982
Copies of some key invoices (vendors do not have a full set) showing VAT paid on items.
Exempt of RCD on age
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith, in this case we are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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