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|Aangeboden door||Wellington Yacht Partners, LLC|
SEA ROSE is an exceptional treasure. She’s not only a magnificent shoal-draft, center-cockpit offshore sailing vessel, she’s one that has been kept in top condition since the day she was first launched. To date, she’s had just two ownerships, and in recent years she’s had what amounts to a major refit. You name it - engine, rod rigging, teak decks and more have been replaced with new. Her spars, deck and topsides were all Awlgripped in 2019. Even her on-deck brightwork was stripped and re-varnished in 2019.
SEA ROSE is one of those very few gems that everyone hopes to find when looking for that special boat.
SEA ROSE sleeps six in three private cabins, each with a private head and shower. The interior is all satin-finished teak with solid trim and cabin doors, and solid teak raised-panel cabinetry in main salon and galley. Soles are varnished teak and holly (with floorboard runners throughout), hull ceilings are solid teak, and Ultrasuede overhead panels are all removable and secured by varnished teak battens.
A large forepeak at the bow is well suited for storing gear such as sails, fenders, dock lines, and running rigging with a divided chain locker for twin rodes. This area can be accessed from a large deck hatch.
Aft to starboard is one of two guest cabins, each with double berths, fitted sheets and bedspreads, a hanging locker, numerous drawers, bureau, drop-down lockers above each berth, fans, two deck hatches and an opening porthole. Forward is an en-suite head with fresh water toilet, marble vanity with flush sink and mirror, shower faucet, deck hatch and varnished teak floor grate.
To port is the second guest cabin with a double berth, hanging locker, numerous drawers including several below berth, a bureau, two deck hatches and opening porthole. The port guest head is fitted out with details similar to the starboard side.
The main salon on SEA ROSE is spacious, bright and well ventilated thanks to her 16’ beam, unique hull ports and numerous hatches and stainless steel Hood opening ports. There is a U-shaped dining area to port and varnished teak dining table with marble inlay. To starboard is a settee, and coffee table with stool seating for bar or for sitting at galley counter. The same stools are transferable to the portside dining table for additional seating. Flat screen TV, leather cover for mast. Indirect strip lighting with dimmers.
Aft to starboard of the main salon and conveniently located close to the companionway is the galley. Features include:
The nav station is to port aft of the main salon. There is a dedicated seat with backrest, lift-up chart table with generous workspace and built-in navigation electronics. Inboard are large custom switch panels to control and monitor all ship functions.
A passageway leads aft to the owner’s cabin. Outboard there are two lockers housing the washing machine and dryer. Inboard are large access doors to engine and generator space.
Owner’s cabin is aft with centerline queen berth with fitted sheets and bedspread and settees on both sides. There are twin hanging lockers, numerous drawers, TV, a safe, bookshelves and a vanity to port. Great light and ventilation with two hatches, four opening portholes, two hull ports and a fan. The en-suite head and separate shower stall are forward to starboard, featuring marble sink vanity, electric freshwater toilet, several storage lockers, two opening portholes and varnished teak sole grates.
The deck is constructed of FRP with Divinycell H-80 foam core for strength and stiffness. In areas where deck equipment is installed, core is replaced with Divinycell H-200 high-density foam. Cockpit sides and coaming are solid fiberglass. Deck flange is solid glass, approximately 3/8" thickness. The deck is bonded and bolted down with epoxy putty to the inboard angled hull flange with 5/16" bolts on 8" centers. Additional fastenings are provided with teak toe rail thru-bolted on 8" centers. All deck hatch landings are molded in FRP. The hull and all topside structures were painted Awlgrip Off White in 2019.
DECK/CUSTOM STAINLESS WORK
New Teak Decking System’s teak decks (2015). Deck, cockpit and cabin trunk Awlgripped (2019). Toe rails are solid teak, flared and tapered to follow hull topsides. Dorade boxes are solid teak with dovetailed joints and Lexan tops. Teak eyebrow moldings run along cabin side and wrap seamlessly around front and back of cabin trunks. SEA ROSE’s handrails, along with her unique and beautifully cockpit coamings/backrests and so much more, were again finely crafted in solid teak. Toe rails and eyebrow moldings stripped to bare wood and refinished with ten coats of varnish (2019).
Hand-laid fiberglass hull with 3/4" Airex foam core for added strength and sound/thermal insulation. Molded-in fiberglass fuel and water tanks, and centerboard trunk. Hand-laid fiberglass deck with Divinylcell core construction with teak decks (2015) Varnished teak exterior trim with highest quality stainless steel portlights, hatches and cowl ventilators. Vinylester resin is used on the exterior skins for the highest possible resistance to water osmosis, plus epoxy bottom coating with lnterlux 2000 system. Topside Awlgripped Oyster White (2019) with blue boot top. Coach roof is non-skid, with white deckhouse, Awlgripped 2019. There is a molded fiberglass rubrail along the hull, with stainless steel striker.
The centerboard is molded FRP with bronze protective shoe in leading edge and solid FRP around pin area. The centerboard has a highly efficient foil shape for enhanced upwind performance. The centerboard is raised hydraulically via the Navtec panel in the cockpit. The centerboard trunk is molded FRP. Centerboard provides for SEA ROSE’s unusually shoal draft of 5’-2” with board up and 11’-6" when the board is in its fully down position.
The balanced spade rudder is molded FRP with 5" stainless steel rudderstock. Rudder blade molded around stainless steel frame welded to rudderstock. Rudderstock supported by upper bearing (Harken, new 2013) and lower Duromax bearing. A bronze stuffing box is provided with Teflon-impregnated packing. A retractable rudder blade carries a 5'-2" draft when up and 7'-6" draft when down. This rudder blade pivots up and down to provide excellent steering while maintaining SEA ROSE’s unusually shoal draft when both the centerboard and rudder blade are in their up positions.
All ballast is lead cast in place and fully encapsulated by the fiberglass hull and keel. The top of the lead is covered with approximately 1/2" solid FRP.
All structural bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck with FRP and Airex foam spacers. Floor beams are mahogany, interlocked and bonded to hull for rigid and durable support of cabin sole. FRP fuel and water tanks integral to the hull, for additional stiffness to hull laminate and to use the maximum amount of volume available. All tanks fully baffled with ample inspection ports. Water tanks are coated with clear Gelcoat. Chainplates are 316 stainless flat bar weldments thru-bolted to reinforced FRP attached to hull. Stainless mast step ¼” thickness, with limber holes and provision for 3" of fore and aft adjustment. FRP engine bed with steel reinforcement, bonded directly to hull.
All exposed hull surfaces are lined with solid teak ceiling strips and installed with spacers to ensure proper ventilation. The overhead is divided into removable sections covered with off-white Formica.
Hanging lockers and lockers under berths are lined with aromatic western red cedar. All other lockers above seat level are meticulously lined with teak. All wiring and plumbing is completely hidden from view in these lockers by removable panels.
Head countertops are granite and galley are white Corian. All other countertops in the boat are teak with a holly inlay. Berth and seat tops are Formica-lined with access to storage below through multiple lift-up openings.
All water and fuel tanks are below cabin sole level, providing extensive storage under seats and furniture throughout the interior. Plywood lee boards are installed for all berths. Berth mattresses are 5" thick, using laminated variable density foam for added comfort. Ample shelving, bookshelves and handholds are provided throughout the interior. The bilges are faired and finished with gray Gelcoat.
12V Ship’s system with (10) 200-amp gel cell batteries on separate engine, generator and house banks. Batteries charged by one or both of the engine-driven alternators.
Rigged and laid out for singlehanded operation with all aspects of sail handling done by the helmsman with minimal effort.
The Little Harbor 58 is one of the most versatile cruising sailboats available. Her shoal-draft “whale bottom” allows her access to the shallowest harbors, yet she is extremely fast and comfortable on a passage.
SEA ROSE is laid out for luxury liveaboard cruising. She has three staterooms, each with a private head, and a bright, spacious main salon capable of entertaining large groups comfortably. She is beautifully finished and has had the best of maintenance since new.
The owner's personal effects are excluded from the sale.
|Drinkwatertank||1987.34 l ()|
|Brandstoftank||1608.8 l ()|