2006 model Seaward 29
The Seaward range of boats really does set the benchmark for sea keeping and overall build quality in semi-displacement cruising.
This example is powered by twin Yanmar 240hp diesel engines offering mid-20 knots maximum speed when needed.
With a nod toward her work boat heritage, this Seaward 29 has benefited being professionally maintained during her lifetime.
In February 2019, both engines underwent a full injector strip down and overhaul plus complete fuel and tank clean.
Now ashore here on the Hamble River, this Seaward 29 is available to view at short notice 7 days a week.
Please call Chris on 023 8045 8524 for further information and to arrange your viewing.
On buying this Seward 29 through TBS Boats Hamble, first year berthing deals are available (T&C's apply)
2006 model Seaward 29 built by Seaward Marine, Isle of Wight
Designed by Arthur Mursell of TT Boat Designs
Design Category B
Semi-displacement hull form with 3/4 length keel
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Blue topsides with rubber fender style rubbing strake
LOA - 29'04" - (8.94m)
Beam - 10'02" (3.09m)
Draft - 2'09" (0.84m)
Displacement approx. 6 tons
Above figures from manufacturers specifications
Sleeps two via 2 x single berths in wheelhouse
Forepeak below has V-shaped seating This could perhaps double as a child's berth
Galley to starboard with microvave, stainless steel sink and cold water tap
Heads to port with sea toilet and wash basin
Double steps lead up to wheelhouse
Adjustable helm and navigators seats with arm rests
Passenger bench seating located on port and starboard which can double as single berths
Upholstery in Florentine blue
Bulkhead and interior panels in teak veneer with teak hardwood trim.
Eberspacher D2 Airtronic heating
Twin Yanmar 4LH 4-cylinder 240hp diesel engines
Approx. 627 hours run to date
Morse lever engine controls
Shaft drive to 4-blade counter rotating propellers
Maximum speed approx. 24 knots
Crusing speed approx 15 knots
Twin cast bronze rudders
Bennett trim tabs with LED indicators
Rudder reference indicator
2 Dedicated engine batteries and 2 domestic batteries
Victron 1200W/50A Multi-plus inverter/charger
Fuel capacity 845 litres (186 gallons)
Fresh water capacity 155 litres (34 gallons)
Holding tank with electric pump out
Raymarine ST60 Tri data
Raymarine C80 chart plotter
Raymarine 2KW mast mounted digital radome
Raymarine 54E DSC VHF radio
Bruce anchor with 27.5m of chain & 55m warp
Twin window wipers and screen washers
Two automatic engine bay fire extinguishers
Full blue cockpit canopies
Vinyl cockpit cushions in cream
Electric bilge pump in both engine compartments
Manual bilge pump
Large folding leaf cockpit table
General purpose 12v socket
Sony CD radio
Manual focus search light
Warps and fenders
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 on our part.