The Seaward is a very rare and versatile trailerable boat, offering great sailing performance, and the ability to sail almost anywhere, with its unique retracting keel, only draws 20" of water. Also has a hinged mast for easy lowering to go under any bridge, or load on a trailer, (not included). This Seaward has been well maintained and is ready for its next adventure.
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The Galley is massive for a trailerable 32' sailboat. There is plenty of space for food prep, doing dishes, and food storage.
The forward V-berth is roomy and comfortable and is fully air conditioned. Above the berth is a large opening hatch for natural ventilation. Walking aft, to port is a large private head area. The head features a separate shower stall and plenty of storage. Both forward V-berth and head have teak privacy doors
Moving aft there is a convertible bench settee to starboard and a large dinette to port. The dinette can seat four, and can be converted to a double berth with the included filler cushions. The salon has teak and holly sole and is fully air conditioned. Aft of the dinette, there is a compact nav station with pop-up seating and double quarter berth aft. To starboard is a well-equipped galley with expandable counter space, deep sink, storage and under counter refrigeration. Starboard aft of the galley is huge open storage .
The size of the head is truly remarkable for a trailerable sailboat.
The premise that lead us to build the first 32RK arose from our desire to have a boat that would suit the water geography of south Florida, where we have vast expanses of quietly beautiful, but extremely shallow water. Our premise became more complex when we also wanted our boat to take us comfortably and confidently across sixty or so miles of open ocean, across the Gulfstream to the Bahamas and Abacos. Once to the islands, shallow draft would again be an important plus. That thinking lead us to the 32RK. The 32RK may be the perfect boat for sailors everywhere wanting to get out of the marked channel and into quieter and less traveled waters, but at the same time, don't want to give up the stability and confidence that a deep keeled boat offers when venturing offshore.She's a wonderful fast cruiser even more compelling when you consider the possibilities offered by the variable retracting keel and rudder. Draft range is between 20" and 6' 6", making it possible to walk to shore from your boat without getting your shorts wet. And with the keel down (there's a lead ballasted torpedo-style bulb at the keel's lower tip), you can go almost anywhere. The possibilities are endless. Aside from its obvious versatility, the 32RK is a fine sailboat. She's sized perfectly for two couples, or for a family with small children. Her cockpit is large and comfortable, side decks are wide and secure and she's designed to be easily handled and sailed by one. Below decks, accommodations are comfortable and intelligently planned , whether for sleeping, sitting and reading, cooking or showering. There's room for four adults and their gear for vacation cruising. The cabin is bright and well ventilated, with eight opening ports and two deck hatches.Like all true thoroughbreds, the 32RK always has performance potential in reserve, but is never demanding. It's a performance/cruiser at its best: total exhilaration when you want it, calm and steady when you don't. Just lower the foils a bit to dial in more stability, and more upwind performance, and draw them up when you want to get off the boat and stretch your legs on a deserted beach.