Please welcome Jerry Hok as the new owner of DAYBREAK. Judy and I would like to express our appreciation of the support and comaraderie we have enjoyed during our brief association with this superb group.

After over thirty years as cruising sailors, twenty of those years living aboard in the Caribbean, we have made a major change in our life style. Can you believe, we have bought a house. An immovable, landbound structure. Of course, we are already looking at other boats as we can not imagine life without a boat, but it will be a much more modest vessel and we have agreed that there will be no more major ocean passages, unless you count the New Jersey coast as a major ocean passage.

Of the three Caribbean boats we have owned, (Bristol 35.5, 1983-1989 (destroyed in Hugo); Crealock 37, 1990-2001; Allied Seawind II, 2001-2005, the DAYBREAK has been a delight. We have always espoused the belief that one should go to sea in the smallest boat that one is comfortable with, and DAYBREAK certainly met that criterion. It doesn't detract from one's pride of ownership to have folks from the Connecticut River to Trinidad express their admiration of the lines our fine little ketch.

Jerry is delighted with his purchase and we have no doubt that he will be a welcome member of the group.

Fair winds and following seas,

Gil and Judy Steinfort, ex-DAYBREAK

 

Daybreak is a ketch rigged, full keel, skeg-mounted rudder and deck-stepped mast sailing vessel, that has traveled extensively throughout the world. Her hull is hand-laid up, her deck and cabin trunk is balsa cored. She has a 30-hp Westerbeke, diesel engine (only 2975 hours), and she’s ready to set sail again! She offers a beautiful teak and holly sole, a very generous amount of rare teakwood’s throughout her interior, 6’2" headroom, berths 5 and has lots of storage throughout her spacious interior. This vessel is loaded with lots of extra equipment, so please give us a call for more details or an appointment to view her.

For more information about this listing please call Ben Parrish in our Jacksonville office @ 904-334-3765

Builder/Designer

 

 

Builder: Allied

Designer: Tom Gillmer

Dimensions

 

LOA: 32'

LWL: 25'6"

Beam: 10'5"

Displacement: 14900

Draft: 4'6"

Bridge Clearance: 47'8"

Ballast: 5800

 

 

Engines

 

Engine(s): Single, Westerbeke

Engine(s) HP: 30

Hours: 2975

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tankage

 

Fuel: 40

Water: 65

Holding: 20

 

 

 

Accommodations
The interior of this vessel has beautifully varnished teakwoods.

  • V-Berth Forward w/Drawers Under & Large Hanging Locker to Port
  • Bulkhead Mounted, Fold-Down Dining Table
  • Marine Head w/Shower & Seperate Vanity (To Starboard, Aft of the Forecabin)
  • Weems & Plath, Brass Clock & Barometer
  • Window Coverings
  • Overhead Chart Locker
  • Port & Starboard Settees(Main Salon)
  • Starboard Settee Converts to Double, or Upper & Lower Single Berths
  • 5" Foam Cushions w/Bolsters & Back Rests
  • 12 Volt Cabin Fans (2)

  • Galley
    The galley is L-Shaped and located aft, to portside.

    • Manual Pumps for Fresh & Salt Water
    • 10 Gallon Propane Tanks (2)- Molded in Cockpit Lockers
    • Connector & Regulator for Dockside Fresh Water
  • Single, Deep Stainless Steel Sink
  • Hillerange, Gimballed Propane, 3-Burner Stove w/Oven
  • Pressure Water System
  • 12 Volt Refrigerator/Freezer

  • Electronics & Electrical

    • Raytheon LCD Radar (New in 2001)
    • Datamarine Speed Log, Wind & Depth Sounder
    • Simrad Autopilot
    • Standard Deck-Level Running Lights
    • Masthead Tri-Color w/Anchor Light
    • 30 Amp Shorepower & Shorepower Cord
    • 120 Amp Balmer Alternator w/Smart Regulator
    • Air Marine Wind Generator (Mounted on Mizzen)
  • Garmin GPS
  • Icom 706 Ham/SSB
  • Icom Automatic Tuner
  • SCS PTC II & Controller
  • Ritchie Compass (Mizzen Mounted)
  • Icom VHF Marine Radio
  • AM/FM Radio w/Cassette
  • 20 AMP Automatic Battery Charger
  • Group 31 Gel Batteries (4)
  • Battery Selector Switch

  • Deck & Sails

    • Cape Horn Wind Vane Steering System
    • Bow Hawse Pipes & Large Cleats (2)
    • Dorade Vents (2)
    • Companionway Traveller for Main
    • Hood Mainsail w/Two Reef Points
    • Hood Mizzen w/One Reef
    • Roller Furling/Reefing Genoa (North 120%) - New in 2001
    • Profurl (New in 2002)
    • Standing Rigging & Lifelines (New in 2002)
  • CQR 25# Anchor w/30' Chain; 250' of Nylon Rode
  • Danforth 22# Anchor w/10' Chain; 250' of Nylon Rode
  • 24" Bowmar Reversible Hatches (2)
  • Hood 150% Genoa
  • Hood Cruising Spinnaker
  • Hood Mizzen Staysail
  • Barient Winches (6) - Two Self-Tailing for Genoa Sheets

  • Additional Equipment

    • Solid Bronze Seacocks
    • Heavy Duty Aluminum Rubrail
    • First Aid Kit
    • White Dodger
    • Bronze Opening Ports (8)
    • Boarding Ladder
  • Edson Rack & Pinion Steering System
  • Lifesling System
  • Full Set of Cockpit Cushions
  • Full Awnings
  • Full Set of Docklines & Fenders w/Covers
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    Aboard S/V DAYBREAK
    Hollywood, Florida
    7 December 2001

    Dear Mr. Hering,

    I got your name and address from the website - we are the new owners of DAYBREAK, Allied Seawind II, hull #122. (We did not change the name.)

    DAYBREAK's documented home port is St. Croix, U. S. Virgin Islands, where we have lived on a boat since 1984. We sailed our previous boat from the Virgin Islands to Annapolis in April and sold it. We bought DAYBREAK in May and will spend the winter here in Florida, a big change for us, before sailing back to the Virgin Islands in the spring.

    We have logged over 2200 miles, mostly under power due to light air in the Chesapeake and restricted navigation in the ICW. We did encounter some brisk sailing of the coasts of New Jersey and Florida and were pleased with DAYBREAK's performance. We are also very pleased with the interior accommodations.

    We would like to have a line drawing and/or sail plan drawing if one is available. We would also like to know if there are any tips on disassembly and re-bedding of the bronze ports and if anyone has found a swim/boarding ladder that can be mounted on the transom without interfering with the mizzen sheet.

    Yours truly,

    Gil and Judy Steinfort