Alibi II is a true turn key cruising boat with solar panels, wind generator, low hours on rebuilt engine, excellent refrigeration and two new sails.
She is a well outfitted comfortable sailing ketch which underwent a major refit from 2004 to 2007. She spent the last 13 years cruising from the mid-Altantic to the Bahamas and has been continuously upgraded and well cared for.
Alibi II has a 24 hp Universal diesel which underwent a rebuild in 2015, 1700 hours ago.
She has a bright painted interior. Exterior oil based paint with Valspar enamel hardener was used to provide a durable, easy to clean surfaces.
Alibi II features storage far in excess of much larger boats with very easy access.
Settees have been upholstered with Revolution Performance fabric, which is near indestructable yet comfortable. Cushion covers were designed to be easily removed for washing.
Original floor has been replaced with Driftwood Plank.
The very spacious cockpit features comfortable cushions made from Dry Fast foam and Phifertex fabric, both of which allow water to flow through and dry quickly.
In 2014, the owners had a custom davits/stern rail fabricated from 1 1/8” aluminum to provide a secure way to carry the tender and an large secure platform for solar panels.
Equipment: SPECS Keel: Full
DIMENSIONS LOA: 32 ft 0 in Beam: 10 ft 5 in Maximum Draft: 4 ft 6 in Displacement: 14900 lbs Ballast: 5800 lbs Bridge Clearance: 43 ft 0 in Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
ENGINE Engine Brand: Universal 5424 Year Built: 1979 Engine Type: Inboard Fuel Type: Diesel Engine Hours: 1700 since rebuild Propeller: 3 blade propeller Engine Power: 24 HP
TANKS Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (60 Gallons) Fuel Tanks: Corten steel(40 Gallons) Holding Tanks: Plastic (17 gallons)
ELECTRONICS Garmin 440 GPS/Chartplotter Raymarine Depthsounder Raymarine 6001S1G Autopilot
SAILS 120% Furling genoa (new - used 10 times) Fully battened mainsail (very good condition) Fully battened mizzen (new) Genneker Storm jib
RIGGING Lewmar 42 Self Tailing Winches Standing Rigging and Chain Plates New 12 Years Ago - Excellent Running Rigging is Good Forespar Whisker Pole Harken Roller Furling
SOLAR/POWER 530 Watts of Solar Air-X 400 Watt Wind Generator
ELECTRICAL (6) 6V Trojan T105 Golf Cart Batteries (House)- 2018 Battery bank moved inside to under chart table for easy maintainence (1) 12v Engine/starting Battery
HULL 2004 Completely Peeled and Stripped - 5 Coats of Barrier Paint Fresh bottom paint June 2019
MECHANICAL Edson Rack and Pinion Steering Balmar High Output Alternator 2 Racor Fuel Filters Stainless Steel Prop Shaft 3 Blade Bronze Prop New cutlass bearing
OUTSIDE EQUIPMENT/EXTRAS Custom aluminuim dinghy davits/solar platform with integrated stern rail Stainless steel swimming ladder Lofrens Tigress Electric windlass Rocna 44 lb anchor Danforth FX23 anchor Spade aluminum 100 anchor Spade aluminun 80 anchor Sunbrella Hemlock Tweed Bimini, connector and dodger with Strata Glass Carbon Fiber Shade Tree Cabin Awning Spacious cockpit with new Dry Fast foam cushions and Phifertex fabric
INTERIOR Forward Cabin w V-Berth 10” thick mattress new 2018 (5) 12v fans - 2 in V-berth, 3 in salon Fold Up salon table Settees To Both Port and Starboard Revolution Performance fabric on settees Voluminous storage below, behind and above settees as weel as a hanging locker and storage bin forward. Additional storage under v-berth and in cockpit lockers. Enclosed Head Compartment shower Lavac manual toilet
GALLEY EQUIPENT Ship Mate 3 Burner Stove Oven Technautics Cool Blue Refrigerator
EXCERPT FROM JOHN VIGOR REVIEW IN GOOD OLD BOATS The Allied Seawind II is the sort of world cruiser that will appeal to those who can’t stand crawl-only headroom. She’s one of the roomiest 32-footers around, one of the heaviest, and one of the fittest for sea work. She’s ready for the ocean without any beefing up or modification.
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Originally designed for Kaiser Gale Force Yachts which sold the molds to Allied Boat Co. After changing the cabin top and port arrangement, the first boat appeared in 1962.
Early builders under contract were Lunn Laminates of Port Washington, NY and F.L. Tripp & Sons, Westport, MA.
(Allied eventually had it’s own large plant in the Catskills, NY.)
The SEAWIND was the first, as well as one of the last, boats built by Allied Boat Company. In 1978 it was brought back into production and actually built simultaneously with the newer SEAWIND II.
Also offered with a sloop rig. (with mast stepped farther aft.)
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