1988 Kanter 46 Custom Atlantic Seafarer
Designed by legendary Ted Brewer and built by the renowned Kanter yard, Seafarer is a sturdily-built offshore pilothouse vessel that wants you to take her to places that she’s never been – and she has been around a bit. There are many features on this vessel that make her a top candidate if you’re looking for a comfortable and manageable boat that has the ability to go almost anywhere that is your whim’s desire to be. There aren’t many vessels available on the market today that can match this.
From the bow, the chain locker access is forward of a large V-berth. There is storage below the berth as well as overhead outboard shelves. There is a hanging locker with a shelf to port and drawer and cabinet storage to starboard. The salon/dining area is next aft and has opposing outboard settees with storage below and a table with fold-out leaves. To port there is a sea berth above the settee and to starboard there is cabinet storage above the settee. Again aft is the galley to port. It features a three-burner electric stove with oven, double stainless sink, freezer and separate front-loading refrigerator and abundant counter, cabinet and drawer storage. Opposite to starboard is the head with vanity and separate stand-up stall shower.
Up three steps are the pilothouse area with steering and engine controls to starboard, the navigation station and electrical panel. There are also cabinet, drawers and a wet locker. Opposite to port is a settee and overhead sea berth.
Down two steps is the master stateroom. The master berth is to port. This area also features cabinet and drawer storage as well as an en suite head.
Hull area of galvanic corrosion is starboard of bow area with less than 25% of original thickness excised and a steel insert welded to repair this defect. In 2004, midship and halfway between the keel and water line, an area with less than 25% of original thickness was also excised and a steel insert was welded to repair this defect. In July 2012, two small localized areas, about the size of a pencil eraser, were reinforced with epoxy. Work was done by Marine Group in Chula Vista, CA. An ultrasound inspection was performed on the same date.
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